News Headlines - 26 March 2013

BBC News - Pope Francis shuns grand apartment for two rooms

Pope Francis has decided to shun a grand papal apartment on the top floor of the Vatican's Apostolic Palace in favour of a modest two-room residence.

China’s first lady ignites fashion frenzy - FT.com

New Chinese First Lady Peng Liyuan’s choice of attire has sparked a flurry of excitement over an independent homegrown label, an unusual phenomenon in a country where political figures are more frumpy than fashionable and wives usually shy away from the spotlight.

Labour's David Miliband to step down as MP to move to New York to work for charity - The Independent

The former Foreign Secretary’s move will bring down the curtain on what he has called the “daily soap opera” and “psychodrama” starring himself and his younger brother Ed, who narrowly pipped him to the Labour leadership in 2010.

Apple's Two-Step Throws Up Password Problem

Apple attempted to bolster users' security, but unwittingly opened a back door to hackers with someone's email and date of birth.

The Telegraph: subscribe to Britain's finest journalism - Telegraph

Telegraph Media Group, the publisher of Telegraph.co.uk, is extending its successful international web subscription model to UK readers.








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