News Headlines - 13 December 2012

Japan scrambles jets as Chinese plane flies over disputed isles | Reuters

Japan scrambled fighter jets on Thursday after a Chinese government plane entered for the first time what Japan considers its airspace over disputed islets in the East China Sea, escalating tension between Asia's two biggest economies.

UN Security Council Condemns N. Korea's Missile Launch - Arirang News

The UN Security Council on Wednesday strongly condemned North Korea's missile launch, calling it a clear violation of UN resolutions.

Syria fires Scud missiles on its own people - Telegraph

Syria's regime has fired Scud missiles on its own people for the first time in a sign of its increasing “desperation” to crush the rebellion.

Alexander Litvinenko murder: British evidence 'shows Russia involved' | guardian.co.uk

British government evidence relating to the death of the former KGB officer Alexander Litvinenko amounts to a "prima facie case" that he was murdered by the Russian government, the coroner investigating his death has been told.

Cardboard cops help cut crimes in South Yorkshire - The Star

SOUTH Yorkshire Police have spent £7,000 on a batch of new recruits – 280 cardboard coppers. The paper PCs are being used to deter thieves across the county and force chiefs say they are having the desired effect.








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