News Headlines - 29 December 2012

Attackers in India Rape Case Charged With Murder - NYTimes.com

As protests grew in India on Saturday over the death of a young woman who was raped in New Delhi this month by several men in a moving bus, the police said six men accused of attacking her had been charged with murder.

Top French court overturns 75 percent tax rate for rich - FRANCE 24

France’s highest legal body, the Constitutional Council, announced on Saturday it was overturning the Socialist government’s flagship 75 percent income tax rate for high earners, marking an embarassing setback for President François Hollande.

Silvio Berlusconi agrees £80,000-a-day divorce deal - Telegraph

Silvio Berlusconi must pay 3 million euros a month (£2.45 million) to his ex-wife Veronica Lario as alimony but gets to keep all his properties, according to a legal separation approved on Christmas Day.

Without negotiations, Syria will be the new Somalia, UN envoy says | The Observer

A diplomatic solution to the conflict in Syria seemed as far away as ever on Saturday, as the UN-Arab League envoy to Damascus, Lakhdar Brahimi, said the country risked slithering into "hell".

BBC News - Japan PM Abe praises Fukushima nuclear work during visit

Japan's newly elected Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has visited the Fukushima nuclear plant, which was damaged by an earthquake and tsunami last year.








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