News Headlines - 23 September 2013

BBC News - Angela Merkel celebrates after German election win

Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative party has won Germany's election, but finished just short of an absolute majority, official results show. Mrs Merkel urged her party to celebrate "a super result" as she looked set for a historic third term.

Scores Are Killed by Suicide Bomb Attack at Historic Church in Pakistan - NYTimes.com

A suicide attack on a historic church in northwestern Pakistan killed at least 78 people on Sunday in one of the deadliest attacks on the Christian minority in Pakistan in years.

BBC News - Nairobi Westgate attack: 'Assault begins' to break siege

Kenyan security forces appear to have launched an assault on the Westgate shopping complex in the capital Nairobi in an attempt to break the siege there.

BlackBerry aims to go private in $4.7bn deal with Fairfax Financial group | theguardian.com

BlackBerry, the once-dominant maker of smartphones that fell on hard times in recent years, has found a suitor willing to pay $4.7bn for the troubled company. Fairfax Financial, a Canadian firm that already owns 10% of BlackBerry, has agreed to join forced with an unnamed consortium of other buyers to acquire the company for $9 a share.

iPhone 5s fingerprint sensor 'hacked' within days of launch - Telegraph

A group of German hackers has found a way to bypass Apple's TouchID, and claims that fingerprint biometrics is an unsuitable method of access control.








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