News Headlines - 14 June 2013

BBC News - Edward Snowden: UK warning aims to keep away US leaker

The UK government has warned airlines not to allow an ex-CIA worker who leaked secret US surveillance details to fly to the UK.

Nations Set to Clash Over Syria at Summit - WSJ.com

President Barack Obama travels to Northern Ireland for an eight-nation summit that begins Monday and is certain to be dominated by Western efforts to persuade Russia to abandon Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad, after Moscow criticized the U.S. decision to arm rebel forces.

Merkel Calls For Cutting Subsidies For Green Energy - WSJ.com

Germany urgently needs to scale back its financial support for the development of renewable energy to contain the spiralling costs of its move to a low-carbon economy, Chancellor Angela Merkel said Wednesday.

DNA tests show future British monarch Prince William has clear genetic line to India from Diana's side | Mail Online

DNA testing has revealed that Prince William will become the first British monarch of Indian ancestry. A clear genetic line has been drawn between the Duke of Cambridge and a half-Indian woman, potentially marking him as the first King whose bloodline is descended from the country.

Eyeball-licking: the fetish that is making Japanese teenagers sick | The Guardian

The popularity of the bizarre practice, sometimes called 'worming', has been blamed for a rise in cases of conjunctivitis. And it freaks us out just to think about it








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