News Headlines - 22 January 2013

Obama's second inauguration: 'We are made for this moment' | The Guardian

・ President vows to reclaim the spirit of founding fathers ・ Gay rights, climate change and immigration mentioned ・ Crowd of about half a million watches Washington swearing-in

Early Super Bowl preview: The Harbaugh brothers are not the only storyline - Yahoo! Sports

Super Bowl XLVII San Francisco 49ers vs. Baltimore Ravens Feb. 3, 6:30 p.m. ET Mercedez-Benz Superdome, New Orleans

Prince Harry: I Killed Taliban In Afghanistan

Prince Harry has confirmed he killed Taliban insurgents during his latest tour of Afghanistan, saying: "We fire when we have to - take a life to save a life."

BBC News - Royal succession: MPs debating changes

Proposed changes which would end centuries-old discrimination against women in the line of royal succession are being debated by MPs.

Global shares hit 20-month high as Japan promises open-ended easing | Reuters

World shares hit a new 20-month high on Tuesday after Japan launched it boldest attempt yet to lift its stagnant economy, though the gains were cropped by a flare-up of concerns about Germany's banks.








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