News Headlines - 30 March 2013

BBC News - Teachers stage ‘no confidence’ votes

A motion of no-confidence in Education Secretary Michael Gove is to be debated by members of the National Union of Teachers (NUT) later.

David Cameron hails 'exciting time' for Christians in Easter message - Telegraph

The Prime Minister said his government gave its full support to the work of Christian churches and charities in their fight against poverty and efforts to provide support to those in need.

Egypt top prosecutor orders arrest of political satirist Bassem Youssef - Ahram Online

Bassem Youssef confirmed receiving an arrest warrant on his official Twitter account, mockingly saying he will head to the prosecution office Sunday "unless they [prosecution] send me a police car today and save me transportation trouble."

For 27th time, laborer leads Cutud crucifixion | The Philippine Star

Every Good Friday for the past 27 years, house painter Ruben Enaje has offered himself to be crucified as an act of penitential thanksgiving.

Eiffel Tower Evacuated After Bomb Threat

French police evacuated about 1,400 people from the Eiffel Tower for about two hours Saturday after an anonymous caller phoned in a bomb threat.








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