News Headlines - 06 October 2013

US commandos capture al-Qa’ida leader in Libya raid - The Independent

US military forces have launched morning anti-terror raids across Africa, moving to capture prominent leaders from both the al-Qa’ida and al-Shabaab movements. Troops described by witnesses as “commandos” seized al-Qa’ida’s Nazih Abdul-Hamed al-Ruqai, known by his alias Anas al-Libi, outside his home in Tripoli, Libya.

Official confirms 4 suspects’ names in Kenya mall attack

A military spokesman on Saturday confirmed the names of four men implicated in the attack on an upscale mall in Kenya's capital last month, an assault that turned into a four-day-long siege and killed at least 67 people.

Iraq Suicide Blasts Kill 27, Many of Them Children - ABC News

Suicide car bombers attacked an elementary school and a police station in a small northern Iraqi village on Sunday while another on foot detonated his payload among Shiite pilgrims in Baghdad, killing at least 27 people including children, officials said.

Inspectors begin destroying Syrian chemical weapons stockpile - The Globe and Mail

International inspectors began destroying Syria’s stockpile of chemical weapons and the machinery used to create it, a United Nations official said Sunday, racing under a tight deadline aiming to eliminate President Bashar Assad’s chemical weapons program within nine months.

BBC News - Cadbury loses legal fight over use of colour purple

Nestle has won a court battle with confectionery rival Cadbury, over Cadbury's attempt to trademark the purple colour of its Dairy Milk bars. Last year Cadbury won a legal case to stop other chocolate firms using the colour - known as Pantone 2865c.








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