News Headlines - 22 June 2013

U.S. seeks Snowden's extradition, urges Hong Kong to act quickly | Reuters

The United States said on Saturday it wants Hong Kong to extradite Edward Snowden and urged it to act quickly, paving the way for what could be a lengthy legal battle to prosecute the former National Security Agency contractor on espionage charges.

William Hague: Scottish independence would 'diminish' Britain on world stage - Telegraph

William Hague has warned that both Scotland and the remainder of the UK would be “diminished” on the world stage if Alex Salmond wins next year’s independence referendum.

Cupid in talks to sell casual dating sites | Herald Scotland

Cupid, the Edinburgh-based online dating business, has introduced "clearer guidelines for staff interaction with customers" following allegations three months ago that sparked a 57% crash in the share price.

BBC News - 'Bigger and brighter supermoon' lights up night sky

The night sky has been illuminated by what appears to be a much bigger and brighter Moon. The so-called "supermoon" occurs when the Moon reaches its closest point to earth, known as a perigee full moon.

Mount Fuji given UNESCO title | euronews, world news

Japan’s Mount Fuji has been announced as a World Cultural Heritage Site by the UNESCO World Heritage committee. The 3776 metre high mountain is climbed by around 300,000 people every year in the months of July and August. Many Japanese see it as a spiritual place.








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