News Headlines - 26 January 2013

Egypt deploys troops to Suez to quell 'out of control' clashes - CNN.com

Egypt deployed troops Saturday to the coastal city of Suez after a security chief declared the area "out of control" following deadly clashes on the second anniversary of the uprising that toppled Hosni Mubarak.

US may give $32M to train African troops in Mali - Businessweek

The Obama administration is seeking an additional $32 million to train African troops to fight Islamic extremists in Mali.

Referendum on Europe will cost taxpayer £100m - Daily Record

TAXPAYERS will have to stump up £100million to hold David Cameron’s ­referendum on the ­European Union. It covers the price of running the poll but would not include the wider cost to the UK economy, which could run into billions. The cost is based on the £75million cost of the 2011 referendum that rejected the AV voting system.

Ireland: Independent Scotland faces lengthy wait for EU membership - Telegraph

Scotland would face a lengthy wait to join the European Union after independence, an Irish minister closely involved with the arrangements for admitting new countries has said.

Star Wars Episode VII: New Director Revealed

Star Trek director JJ Abrams is to direct the latest Star Wars film, Episode VII, which begins production in the coming months... The film will be produced by Kathleen Kennedy through Disney Lucasfilm, after the Walt Disney Company brokered a deal to acquire Lucasfilm Ltd in October 2012.








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