News Headlines - 30 May 2012

▽Victim of Cannibal Attack Recovering in Hospital - Courthouse News Service
A homeless man whose face was eaten off by a naked and crazed man in broad daylight on Saturday is in stable condition in the Intensive Care Unit, a worker in the Emergency Room of Jackson Memorial Hospital in downtown Miami told Courthouse News Tuesday.

▽Russia, China Oppose Syria Intervention - Wall Street Journal
Russia and China reiterated their opposition Wednesday to military intervention in Syria after an attack last week on more than 100 civilians provoked global outrage.

▽Poles outraged over Obama's words on death camps - Fox News
Poles are expressing outrage at President Barack Obama for referring to "Polish death camps" during a ceremony honoring a World War II hero but some say they hope the blunder will help clarify the sensitive issue to the world.

▽Supreme Court dismisses WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's extradition appeal - Telegraph.co.uk
Julian Assange's appeal against extradition to Sweden over sex crime allegations has been dismissed by the Supreme Court on a majority verdict.

▽Japan unveils first new mobile phone with inbuilt radiation detector - Telegraph.co.uk
The new smartphone, developed by Softbank Corp, is believed to be the first of its kind to contain inbuilt radiation sensor chips designed to measure radiation exposure by the hour.







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