News Headlines - 04 April 2012

▽Staff shortages could lead to airport queues as holidaymakers fly home - Evening Standard
Passengers returning to London from Easter trips abroad have been warned they could face queues of up to three hours at passport control.

▽Easter tree sprouts 10,000 eggs - The Press Association
If you thought Easter eggs did not grow on trees, German Volker Kraft would like you to think again.
Mr Kraft's apple sapling sported just 18 eggs when he first decorated it for Easter in 1965. The number increased year by year; and by last year, it was festooned with 9,800 eggs, artfully decorated with everything from sequins to sea shells.

▽When dinosaurs roamed . . . the sea bed - Cambridge News
Dinosaurs are still causing waves in the scientific pond 65 million years after they were wiped out.
Prof Brian J Ford, a research biologist from Gonville and Caius College, says dinosaurs – specifically those with big tails like T-Rex – spent most, if not all of their lives, under water.

▽Japan and Britain 'set to agree arms deal' - Telegraph.co.uk
Japan and Britain are set to agree to begin joint development of arms following Tokyo's easing of its ban on exports of military equipment late last year, the Mainichi daily reported on Wednesday.

▽Prominent French academic found dead in New York hotel room - Telegraph.co.uk
New York City Police said that the body of Descoings, 53, director of the prestigious Institute of Political Studies or "Sciences Po" in Paris and a member of France's Council of State, a government advisory body, was found in his room at the Michelangelo Hotel on 51st Street in Midtown Manhattan.







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