News Headlines - 31 March 2013

BBC News - Pope Francis celebrates Easter Mass

Pope Francis celebrates his first Easter - the most important religious festival in the Christian calendar - at an open-air Mass in Saint Peter's Square on Sunday.

Printer refuses to publish gay magazine | The Guardian

An editor is seeking legal advice after a printing firm refused to publish his magazine as it is aimed at the gay market.

Women suffer under Egypt's radical rule – in pictures | guardian.co.uk

Photographer Gary Calton and reporter Tracy McVeigh travelled with Plan Egypt to cover the story of the women taking to the streets, opposing a new constitution that sweeps away their rights and opens the way for girls of 13 to be married. Their protests bring them into violent confrontation with government supporters

Apple reportedly pushing hard for iRadio launch as soon as June | TechRadar

Apple could launch its long-rumored iRadio service as soon as this summer, finally giving iTunes a streaming music app to take on Pandora and Spotify.

English club Arsenal to play football friendly in Nagoya this summer - The Japan Daily Press

English Premier League football club Arsenal is making Japan part of the club’s pre-season Asian Tour, where they will play a friendly match against J-League side Nagoya Grampus. The club’s first team has not played in Japan since May 1968 when they played four matches against different Japanese teams.








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