News Headlines - 28 September 2013

BBC News - Berlusconi ministerial resignations spark Italy crisis

The party of Italy's former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi says all five of its ministers are resigning from the shaky coalition government. The development follows weeks of worsening relations between his party and Prime Minister Enrico Letta's centre-left grouping.

David Cameron: My mortgage plan for struggling families - Telegraph

The Prime Minister launches what he calls a “mission” to win over hard-pressed families, with immediate help to get on the housing ladder and tax cuts before the election.

Day of emotion as Margaret Thatcher's ashes laid to rest - Telegraph

Baroness Thatcher’s ashes were laid to rest by her family in the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea on Saturday, alongside those of her husband Denis.

BBC News - US and Iranian presidents tweet 'same language'

Suddenly a world which worries about an unpredictable nuclear state has been taken aback by a new kind of power. Now it's Iran's "charm offensive" that's causing a stir.

Kenya Intelligence Warned of Mall Attack - WSJ.com

A year before militants attacked the upscale Westgate mall here, killing 67 people, a Kenyan government intelligence report warned of a potential attack at the same place. A leaked report that compiled intelligence briefings over the past year painted the picture of a mounting terrorist threat in Kenya. One briefing in September 2012, a year before the mall attack took place, said that Somali militants from the group al-Shabaab were planning to target the Westgate, but didn't provide any supporting evidence of that claim.








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