News Headlines - 27 March 2013

BBC News - Cyprus banks to reopen on Thursday after bailout closure

Banks in Cyprus are to reopen on Thursday at 10:00 GMT, 10 days after they closed to prevent a bank run as a controversial bailout was negotiated.

Italy center-right says Bersani has closed door on government deal | Reuters

There will be no scope for a deal to form a government in Italy unless center-left leader Pier Luigi Bersani changes his negotiating position, the national secretary of Silvio Berlusconi's People of Freedom (PDL) party said on Wednesday.

Japan’s IT Badboy ‘Horiemon’ Released on Parole - WSJ

After spending 21-months behind bars, Takafumi Horie, Japan’s controversial one-time maverick entrepreneur, was released on parole Wednesday.

Cyber-attack on Spamhaus slows down the internet | The Guardian

Hundreds of thousands of Britons are unsuspecting participants in one of the internet's biggest cyber-attacks ever – because their broadband router has been subverted. Spamhaus, which operates a filtering service used to weed out spam emails, has been under attack since 18 March after adding a Dutch hosting organisation called Cyberbunker to its list of unwelcome internet sites. The service has "made plenty of enemies", said one expert, and the cyber-attack appeared to be retaliation.

Range Rover Sport unveiled in New York by James Bond Daniel Craig - Indian Express

Land Rover has unveiled its new 2014 Range Rover Sport at a media event in New York. It was complete with an unveil from James Bond actor Daniel Craig, showing off the exterior's super-sleek design and some sweet changes inside.








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