News Headlines - 10 June 2013

Is Snowden a traitor or a public servant?

Hero? Traitor? Or someone in between? How you view Edward Snowden, who exposed two sweeping U.S. online surveillance programs, probably has a lot to do with which you fear more — terrorist bombers or government snoopers.

Militants Attack Kabul Airport and Afghan Capital - NYTimes.com

The Afghan insurgency sent 13 suicide bombers to assault two high-profile government targets on Monday, one in the capital and the other in a southern province, in a striking signal of its willingness to expend followers on missions that have relatively little military impact but command headlines.

BBC News - Japan growth data revision adds to recovery hopes

Japan has revised up its growth numbers for the first three months of the year, adding to hopes of a recovery in the world's third-largest economy.

Apple's WWDC 2013: Is the new iOS just style over substance? Maybe so but with this much style, who cares? - The Independent

Apple needed to show it could innovate, have fresh and appealing ideas – and lots of them. The key to the show was the iOS reveal, the new, flatter design of iPhone and iPad software created by Jony Ive. Sir Jonathan Ive is the Brit behind the iconic designs for the iPhone, iPod and more. But could he change the existing software into something classier?

BBC Sport - Jose Mourinho: John Terry to remain as Chelsea captain

Jose Mourinho says John Terry will stay as Chelsea club captain but has refused to be drawn on whether he wants to sign Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney.








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