News Headlines - 17 September 2013

Clegg leaves door open to coalition with Miliband | The Times

Nick Clegg will today insist he can “get on” with Ed Miliband as he holds open the prospect of working in a Labour-led coalition after the next election.

BBC News - Costa Concordia: Stricken ship set upright in Italy

Engineers in Italy have succeeded in setting the cruise ship Costa Concordia upright, 20 months after it ran aground off the island of Giglio.

GM Floats Plan for Vehicle that Rivals Tesla - WSJ.com

General Motors Co. GM is developing an electric car that can go 200 miles on a charge for around $30,000, officials at the largest U.S. auto maker said, offering a challenge to luxury electric-car startup Tesla Motors Inc. TSLA

Suspect in Shooting Had Problems With the Law - NYTimes.com

Aaron Alexis, 34, the man killed by police officers and identified as the gunman in the deadly rampage at the Washington Navy Yard on Monday, served his country as a Navy reservist, had an abiding interest in Buddhism and Thai culture, and had problems with the law, records and interviews show.

BBC News - Briton jailed for 27 years in US cannibal case

A Briton living in the US has been jailed for almost 27 years for plotting to kidnap, rape, kill and eat a child.








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