News Headlines - 19 April 2013

BBC News - Boston bomb: Shots fired in manhunt for second suspect

Gunfire has been reported in Boston suburb of Watertown as police hunt for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, who they say was the second suspect in Monday's Marathon bombing.

Suspected Boston bombers were refugees from brutal conflict - The Washington Post

Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, was a southpaw heavyweight boxer who represented New England in the National Golden Gloves and talked about competing on behalf of the United States. His tangle-haired, 19-year-old brother, Dzhokhar, was a skateboarder who listened to rap and seemed easygoing to other kids in his Cambridge, Mass. neighborhood. Tamerlan is now dead, killed in a shootout with police. Dzhokhar is on the run, the subject of a massive manhunt.

Britain launches legal challenge to Financial Transaction Tax - Telegraph

Britain has threatened to provoke a fresh row with Brussels by launching legal proceedings against a €35bn tax on financial transactions agreed by 11 European Union members earlier this year.

Miliband will consider pledge to ditch austerity and outspend Tories - Telegraph

Ed Miliband is to consider a radical promise to outspend the Conservatives at the next election and reverse George Osborne’s austerity measures.

Quarter of a million children let down by 'substandard' nurseries - Telegraph

A quarter of a million children are being let down by substandard nurseries and pre-schools, which will face being closed under new Ofsted guidelines.








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