News Headlines - 26 May 2012

▽Teenage gunman kills two, injures seven in Finland - Telegraph.co.uk
An 18-year-old gunman killed two people and wounded seven others in what appeared to be a random shooting in a southern Finnish town, police said.

▽Syrian forces 'kill at least 100' people - Channel 4 News
More than 100 people including 13 children, die after Syrian forces attack the town of Houla in Homs province on Friday, according to Syrian anti-government activists.

▽Ex-intelligence chief 'holds key' - Belfast Telegraph
Libya's former head of intelligence holds the key to solving the murder of policewoman Yvonne Fletcher, the Libyan prime minister has claimed.

▽Iran has enough uranium for five nuclear weapons, claims US thinktank - The Guardian
Iran has significantly increased its output of low-enriched uranium and if it was further refined could make at at least five nuclear weapons, according to a US thinktank.

▽Space station astronauts enter SpaceX supply ship - CTV.ca
The space station astronauts have entered the Dragon, the world's first commercial supply ship.
Early Saturday, crew of the International Space Station slid open the hatch of its new addition, the SpaceX capsule named Dragon, which made history with its arrival Friday.







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