News Headlines - 27 August 2013

BBC News - US ready to launch Syria strike, says Chuck Hagel

American forces are "ready" to launch strikes on Syria if President Barack Obama chooses to order an attack, US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel says.

TV chef Oliver sparks poverty row after he attacks families for eating junk food and buying expensive TV sets - Telegraph

Jamie Oliver has sparked a row after saying he found it hard to talk about modern day poverty when he came across British families living on junk food while spending money on expensive TV sets.

BBC News - China rules out top-level talks with Japan at G20

China has ruled out a top-level meeting with Japan to discuss a territorial dispute in the East China Sea, accusing Tokyo of "empty talk".

Japan's newest rocket fails to lift off | Reuters

Japan's first new rocket in 12 years failed to lift off on Tuesday, dealing a potential blow to hopes that Japan may be able to take a larger share of the growing, multi-billion dollar satellite launch industry.

BBC News - Kobo flattens Aura e-reader to help challenge Kindle

Kobo has updated its e-reader line-up, including its first e-ink device to have a "totally flat" front. The new Aura's edge-to-edge display is designed to help it stand out from rivals which typically feature a recessed screen within a frame.








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