News Headlines - 27 January 2013

Deadly protest over Egyptian death sentences - FT.com

Some 30 people have been killed in clashes with police in Port Said, northern Egypt, after the court sentenced to death 21 locals for their part in deadly football violence last year.

BBC News - Mali conflict: French and Malian troops move on Timbuktu

French-led forces in Mali are advancing on the key northern city of Timbuktu, as they press on with their offensive against Islamist rebels.

Saudi Gazette - Algerian terror suspect wins right to stay in Britain

An Algerian terror suspect accused of actively supporting Al-Qaeda in North Africa won his appeal on Friday to stay in Britain after a judge ruled he would likely commit suicide if he was deported.

New Bank of England boss warns there is no quick fix - The Independent

The man the Government has pinned its hopes on to steer the UK out of the financial crisis has warned that he cannot single-handedly get rid of risks to the economy.

Rake to step down as easyJet chairman - FT.com

Sir Mike Rake is to step down as chairman of easyJet. EasyJet said Sir Mike, who has repeatedly clashed with Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, the airline’s founder and largest shareholder, was departing at a time of his choosing after concluding his work was done at Europe’s second largest low-cost carrier by revenue.








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