News Headlines - 12 October 2012

Why did nobody stop Savile? - The Independent

The Jimmy Savile child sex abuse inquiry was expanding last night into a wider scandal enveloping the public sector as new witnesses came forward to claim that the late presenter molested children at hospitals with the apparent knowledge of staff.

Seven Royal Marines arrested for Afghan ‘murder’ - News - Scotsman.com

SEVEN Royal Marines have been arrested on suspicion of murder in relation to an incident in Afghanistan, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) announced last night. In a statement, it said that the Royal Military Police made the arrests in connection with an incident which occurred in 2011 after “an engagement with an insurgent”.

Video - Damascus Accuses Turkey of Air Piracy - WSJ.com

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday said a Syrian passenger plane forced to land in Ankara the day before was carrying military materials from Russia's state-owned arms manufacturer, charges that angered Syria and Russia amid a deepening diplomatic row.

Biden and Ryan Quarrel Aggressively in Debate, Offering Contrasts - NYTimes.com

Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Representative Paul D. Ryan fiercely quarreled at the vice-presidential debate here on Thursday night, with Mr. Biden using the cutting attack lines against the Republican ticket that Mr. Obama did not and Mr. Ryan delivering a spirited case for conservative policies that Mr. Romney had soft-pedaled.

EU awarded Nobel Peace Prize - Telegraph

The European Union has won the Nobel Peace Prize, despite a year marked by riots on streets of many capitals and the looming prospect of an acrimonious break up amid an economic crisis caused by the euro.









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