News Headlines - 03 September 2012

Russia to demand explanations over reports about UK's Magnitsky list

Russian Ambassador to the United Kingdom Alexander Yakovenko is going to ask the British Foreign Office to give a formal explanation over media reports about tighter control of entry to the UK for Russian officials from the Magnitsky list.

Unification Church Founder Dies at 92

Unification Church founder Sun Myung Moon has died at the age of 92. Moon succumbed to complications from pneumonia early Monday in a church-run hospital east of the South Korean capital, Seoul.

Hon Hai chairman demands management role at Japan's Sharp | Reuters

Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd's chairman is demanding a management role at Sharp Corp as part of an equity tie-up, stepping up the pressure on the Japanese TV maker to give him greater influence in the company in return for badly needed cash.

BBC News - Fans resurrect Half-Life video game

After eight years of work, fans are about to release an updated and expanded version of classic video game Half-Life. Called Black Mesa, the resurrected game will be made available as a free download on 14 September.

BBC News - Free school numbers to rise by 55, government reveals

Fifty-five new free schools are opening this autumn, tripling the number in place across England, ministers say.








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