News Headlines - 14 March 2013

Pope Francis: boy of few words now speaks for all Catholics - Telegraph

Buenos Aires was gripped by a palpable buzz that one of their own had reached the highest office in the Vatican.

Huhne And Pryce: MP Wants Longer Sentences

A Tory MP has asked the Attorney General to refer the jail terms handed to Chris Huhne and Vicky Pryce, claiming they are not long enough.

BBC News - MP Eric Joyce arrested after reports of Parliament bar fight

MP Eric Joyce has been arrested after reports of a fight in a bar at the Houses of Parliament.

BoE's King: sterling seen properly valued | Reuters

Bank of England Governor Mervyn King said on Thursday that the central bank was not seeking any further fall in the level of sterling which now appeared to be fairly valued.

European Leaders, Committed to Budget Cuts, Meet in Brussels - NYTimes.com

Jeered by angry protesters demanding an end to austerity and shaken by a resounding rejection of their economic strategy from Italian voters, European leaders gathered for an economic summit meeting Thursday amid few signs that the bloc’s policies were healing the twin blights of rising unemployment and recession.








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