News Headlines - 20 May 2012

▽As NATO summit opens, world leaders set to tackle Afghanistan’s future - Washington Post
World leaders weary of war will tackle Afghanistan’s post-conflict future — from funding for security forces to upcoming elections — when the NATO summit opens Sunday.

▽Four killed in northern Italy earthquake - BBC
An earthquake in northern Italy has killed at least four people and caused serious damage to buildings in several towns, officials say.

▽No claim in Italy school bombing - The Press Association
Investigators say there has been no claim of responsibility or any firm clues as yet after a bomb blast outside a high school in southern Italy that killed a 16-year-old student.
The crude device made up of gas cylinders exploded outside a mainly all-girls vocational school in the Adriatic port town of Brindisi.

▽China dissident Chen Guangcheng arrives in the US - BBC
Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng has arrived in New York with his wife and children to begin a new life in the United States.

▽Facebook founder Zuckerberg updates status to 'married' - The Independent
Zuckerberg and 27-year-old Priscilla Chan tied the knot at a small ceremony at his Palo Alto, California, home, capping a busy week for the couple.







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