News Headlines - 07 October 2012

Turkey strikes back at Syria - FT.com

Turkey returned fire after a mortar bomb shot from Syria landed in a field in southern Turkey on Saturday, the day after Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan warned Damascus Turkey would not shy away from war if provoked.

David Cameron: Jimmy Savile sex abuse allegations need to be fully investigated - Mirror Online

Prime Minister David Cameron today called for allegations of sexual abuse against former DJ Sir Jimmy Savile to be fully investigated. Mr Cameron said that the claims from a number of women which have emerged over recent weeks that they were abused by Savile as teenagers were "truly shocking".

Toyota September China car sales fall 40 percent on year: source - Chicago Tribune

Toyota Motor Corp's sales in China fell about 40 percent in September from a year earlier to about 50,000 cars, and the decline will likely force the company to miss its goal of selling 1 millions cars there this year, a source with knowledge of the sales said on Friday.

PlayStation Mobile’s Potential – Missed Opportunity or Mass Appeal? | TheSixthAxis - PlayStation PS3, PS Vita, Xbox 360 And Nintendo News, Reviews, Previews And Opinion

This past Wednesday, as previously announced and completely separate to the usual PS Store update, Sony’s new games-and-app service PlayStation Mobile rolled out onto a select number of PlayStation Certified mobile devices, and more importantly perhaps, the PlayStation Vita.

Yoda worm brings Star Wars to the deep sea | guardian.co.uk

The Jedi acorn worm joins a horse fly named after Beyoncé and a trio of slime mold beetles named after Republicans









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