News Headlines - 05 September 2013

Pressure mounts on Obama over Syria at G-20 summit

UNITED States (U.S.) President Barack Obama was Thursday assailed by growing pressure from world leaders not to launch military strikes in Syria at a summit on the global economy that was eclipsed by the conflict.

Obama, Japan's Abe discuss Syria crisis at G20 | Reuters

U.S. President Barack Obama said on Thursday he and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe shared the view that chemical weapons use in Syria was a violation of international law that must be addressed.

Syria crisis: al-Qaeda seizes village that still speaks the ancient language of Christ - Telegraph

A branch of al-Qaeda fighting in the Syrian civil war has seized one of the few remaining villages where the original language of Christ is still spoken, residents say.

BBC News - Egypt's Minister Mohammed Ibrahim survives bomb attack

Egypt's Interior Minister Mohammed Ibrahim has survived a bomb attack that targeted his convoy in Cairo. Hours later, he appeared on state TV unharmed to denounce the attack as a "cowardly assassination bid".

Japan's Kirobo robot takes 'one small step' - Telegraph

Japan's Kirobo has become the first robot to speak in outer space, showcasing the country's drive to combine technology with cuteness.








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