News Headlines - 19 August 2013

Egypt's ex-president Mubarak may be freed soon

Former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, who ruled Egypt for three decades before his ouster in 2011, could be released from prison this week, according to his lawyer and judicial sources.

Labour voters unsure if Ed Miliband is best leader, poll finds | The Guardian

Survey shows 34% of party's supporters think he should quit, against 46% who back him to lead them into 2015 election

Prince William interview: Future king talks fatherhood, baby George - CNN.com

"He's a little bit of a rascal, I'll put it that way," William told CNN's Max Foster. "He either reminds me of my brother or me when I was younger, I'm not sure, but he's doing very well at the moment." "He's growing quite quickly actually. But he's a little fighter -- he wriggles around quite a lot and he doesn't want to go to sleep that much."

Google argues UK privacy laws do not apply to it - Telegraph

Google is trying to avoid a potentially costly bill in the UK for allegedly breaching the privacy of iPhone users by arguing it is not subject to British laws.

Japan's tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant to become tourist attraction - Telegraph

A group of authors, scholars, academics and architects has banded together to put forward a proposal for a new community - possibly named Fukushima Gate Village - on the edge of the exclusion zone and around 25 miles from the site of the second-worst nuclear accident in history.








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