News Headlines - 13 September 2013

BBC News - India gang rape: Four men sentenced to death

An Indian court has sentenced four men to death for the gang rape and murder of a student in the capital Delhi, a case which led to violent protests across India and new laws against rape.

BBC News - Japan anger over French Fukushima cartoon

Japan will formally protest about a cartoon in a French satirical weekly of sumo wrestlers with extra limbs at the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant.

The Beatles to release new album of rarities 'On Air – Live at the BBC Volume 2' - News - Music - The Independent

A new Beatles album, featuring unreleased recordings and studio banter from the Fab Four’s sessions for a variety of BBC radio programmes, will be released in November.

Darwin the ‘IKEA monkey’ to remain in animal sanctuary, judge rules - The Globe and Mail

Ontario Superior Court Judge Mary Vallee dismissed a bid by Yasmin Nakhuda, who was caring for the monkey until last December, to try to get the monkey back. In her decision, Justice Vallee concluded that Darwin qualifies as a “wild animal” and not a pet, and that Ms. Nakhuda lost ownership of him as soon as he escaped from her car in December.

What do we know about the world's ugliest animal? - Telegraph

The blobfish has been voted the world's ugliest animal but has it been unfairly targeted?








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