News Headlines - 30 April 2013

U.S. working hard to find political resolution to Syrian conflict - The Washington Post

The Obama administration worked Monday to preserve thinning hopes for a political deal that could end the Syrian civil war and to hold off rising pressure from lawmakers and Syria’s Arab neighbors for more direct U.S. involvement.

Privileged prisoners will lose automatic right to perks in jail | UK Daily Express

PRISONERS are to be stripped of automatic entitlements such as watching television or wearing their own clothes under a shake up of the prison regime to be announced today.

'Wrong type of water' will see Jubilee line to shut for over a month - London Evening Standard

The Jubilee line is to be shut for more than 30 days over the next two years in central London because acidic water is eating into the cast iron linings of the tunnel walls.

NASA to Pay $70 Million a Seat to Fly Astronauts on Russian Spacecraft | Space.com

NASA has signed a new deal that will keep American astronauts flying on Russian spacecraft through early 2017 at a cost of $70.7 million per seat — about $8 million more per astronaut than the previous going rate.

Facebook loses 1.4million UK visitors in a MONTH | Mail Online

Numbers plummet in UK, US, Canada and Japan as experts say Facebook could 'go the way of Myspace'








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