News Headlines - 10 April 2012

▽Norway's mass killer Breivik declared sane - BBC
A second psychiatric evaluation of Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik has found him sane enough to face trial and a jail term.

▽Death toll in Yemeni clashes rises to 127 - USA TODAY
Yemeni army officials say heavy clashes overnight between the military and al-Qaeda-linked militants in the south have killed 63 people, bringing the two-day death toll in the fighting to 127.

▽Hate preacher Abu Hamza facing up to 50 years behind bars in the U.S. after losing extradition appeal - Daily Mail
Hook-handed hate preacher Abu Hamza and four other Muslim fanatics will be sent to the U.S. to face trial after they today lost their appeals against extradition.
Judges in Strasbourg dramatically ruled this morning that Hamza must be extradited to the U.S. where he could face the rest of his life behind bars...
The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg rejected the men's claims that their human rights would be breached by leaving the UK.

▽Instagram 'tremendous investment' for Facebook - BBC
Facebook has announced it is to buy Instagram, the popular photo-sharing smartphone app, at a cost of $1bn.
Instagram allows smartphone users to take and share photos with one another and apply special effects to their pictures give them a vintage look.

▽Space station snaps photo of robotic cargo craft - CNET
Photo taken from the International Space Station shows the approach of European Space Agency's cargo spacecraft approaching for an automated docking and delivery of vital supplies.







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