News Headlines - 15 December 2012

Shooting Suspect's Motive Remains a Mystery | NBC New York

The suspect in the Connecticut school shootings is Adam Lanza, 20, the son of a teacher at the school where the shootings occurred, a law enforcement official said Friday. His mother, Nancy Lanza, is presumed dead.

Children in Connecticut rampage, all six and seven, shot repeatedly | Reuters

Twelve girls and eight boys. One had celebrated her seventh birthday just four days before her death. They were Charlotte and Jack, Noah and Grace.

Hillary Clinton gets concussion after fainting - The Washington Post

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton sustained a concussion after fainting from dehydration at her home, her office said Saturday. Clinton, 65, has been suffering from a stomach virus and had to cancel a trip to Morocco and the Persian Gulf on Monday.

BBC News - Egypt constitution: First round of referendum ends

Voting has closed in Egypt in the first leg of a referendum on a controversial new constitution, after a high turnout. President Mohammed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood have endorsed the document, but critics say it is poorly drafted and overly favours Islamists.

UBS to admit Japan criminal wrongdoing in Libor case - sources | Reuters

UBS will admit to criminal wrongdoing by its Japanese arm, where one of the Swiss bank's traders manipulated yen Libor and euro yen contracts, to secure a $1-billion (618.5 million pounds)-plus settlement with regulators, people familiar with the matter said on Friday.








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