News Headlines - 06 April 2012

▽Four NI Police Suspended Over 'Racist Texts' - Sky News
Four police officers in Northern Ireland have been suspended after the discovery of racist and sectarian text messages.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland's professional standards department has launched an internal probe after the allegedly offensive messages were discovered during the course of a separate internal inquiry.

▽Mali's Tuareg rebels declare independence - USA TODAY
Mali's Tuareg rebels, who have seized control of the country's distant north in the chaotic aftermath of a military coup in the capital, declared independence Friday of the Azawad nation.

▽Coast Guard sinks Japanese ghost ship adrift since tsunami - Fox News
A U.S. Coast Guard cutter poured cannon fire into a Japanese ghost ship that had been drifting since the last year's tsunami, sinking the vessel in the Gulf of Alaska and eliminating the hazard it posed to shipping and the coastline.

▽Jaguar to launch sports car after 40 years - Financial Times
Jaguar is taking on German premium carmakers such as Porsche by producing the F-Type, its first sports car in four decades.
The UK car brand, owned by India’s Tata Motors, said at the New York auto show that it planned to unveil a production version of a two-seat convertible later this year. Jaguar previewed its plans for a sports car last September in Frankfurt as a concept vehicle, the C-X16.

▽Half a million Mac computers 'infected with malware' - BBC
More than half a million Apple computers have been infected with the Flashback Trojan, according to a Russian anti-virus firm.







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