News Headlines - 28 April 2013

Breaking: Two police officers shot near Italian prime minister's office as new government is sworn in - The Independent

Two Italian paramilitary police officers were shot and wounded near the Italian prime minister's office today as the new government was sworn in around half a mile away at the president's palace.

BBC News - Optimism greets Italy's grand coalition

Enrico Letta's new "grand coalition" government - a hybrid mixture of party bigwigs, technical experts, and an unusually high number of women ministers - has been sworn in at Rome's presidential palace and is expected to get an early confidence vote in parliament.

Iceland set for coalition talks after government ousted | Reuters

Iceland's center-right parties prepared for coalition talks on Sunday after defeating the ruling Social Democrats in elections with promises of ending austerity measures five years after a financial collapse.

Lost city of Heracleion gives up its secrets - Telegraph

A lost ancient Egyptian city submerged beneath the sea 1,200 years ago is starting to reveal what life was like in the legendary port of Thonis-Heracleion.

Axed Russian Winter Olympics official 'poisoned' | The Guardian

A former Olympic official who fled Russia after President Vladimir Putin criticised him for delays and cost overruns before the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi claims he has been poisoned.








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