News Headlines - 20 January 2013

David Cameron: fight against terrorism in north Africa may last decades | guardian.co.uk

David Cameron said the fight against terrorism in north Africa would go on for years or "even decades" as he announced that a total of six Britons are thought to have died in the Algerian hostage crisis.

Bulgaria Gun Attack: Turkish Politician Escapes

A man jumped on stage and pointed a gas pistol at the leader of Bulgaria's ethnic Turkish party before security guards wrestled him to the ground during a live televised conference.

Japan seeks joint effort to boost economy - FT.com

A revolution in monetary policy is under way in Japan. The two-day meeting of the central bank’s policy board, which ends on Tuesday, is expected to produce a further expansion of its asset-purchasing programme, along with some adjustments to its terms, to help lift the sluggish economy out of its third recession of the past five years.

Batmobile Sold: Original Batman Car Auctioned

The Batmobile was created by George Barris in the 1960s when he turned a car he bought for $1 into a sleek crime-fighting machine.

Prayers for four climbers killed in Glencoe avalanche | Metro News

Prayers will be held in the Scottish Highlands today for four climbers who were killed in an avalanche on a mountain near Glencoe yesterday. The climbers were among a party of six on Bidean Nam Bian, a mountain with a height in excess of 3,000ft








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