News Headlines - 15 April 2012

▽Kim Jong Un Speaks Publicly for First Time - TIME
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has spoken publicly for the first time at a massive celebration marking the 100th birthday of national founder Kim Il Sung.

▽Hundreds of Israeli police deploy for fly-in of pro-Palestinian activists, 27 denied entry - Washington Post
Israel deployed hundreds of police Sunday at its main airport to detain activists flying in to protest the country’s occupation of Palestinian areas in defiance of vigorous Israeli government efforts to block their arrival.

▽Afghan capital rocked by explosions - The Press Association
Militants have launched a series of co-ordinated attacks in Kabul, with blasts and gunfire rocking three areas that are home to Afghan government buildings, Western embassies and Nato bases.

▽Ed Miliband offers to cap union donations to Labour Party at £5,000 - Metro
Labour leader Ed Miliband has pledged to 'grasp the nettle' on party funding reform by limiting all donations to £5,000, including those from unions in an interview with Andrew Marr.

▽Doctors turn on No 10 over failure to curb obesity surge - The Guardian
The body that represents every doctor in the country has launched an unprecedented attack on the coalition government's failed strategy to tackle an obesity epidemic in the UK.







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