News Headlines - 13 September 2012

AFP: Obama says terror will not dim light of US values

President Barack Obama says no act of terror would dim the values America offers the world, following assaults on US diplomatic posts in Libya and Egypt.

What They Said, Before and After the Attack in Libya - NYTimes.com

Statements made by President Obama, Mitt Romney, the Republican presidential candidate, and American officials preceding and following the attack on an American post in Benghazi, Libya.

BBC News - Hillsborough papers: Calls for 'essential prosecutions'

A criminal investigation into the police handling of the 1989 Hillsborough football disaster must happen, an ex-chief constable has said.

Bernanke takes a plunge with QE3 - FT.com

The US Federal Reserve has launched an open-ended effort to spark the recovery by injecting an additional $40bn into the economy each month through purchases of mortgage-backed securities.

BBC News - Robots and humans could 'talk' via new software

Software that will allow robots to "talk" with people is being developed at the University of Aberdeen.








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