News Headlines - 07 October 2013

U.S. terror raids: Two operations. Two outcomes. Many questions - CNN.com

U.S. forces launched dual raids on the northern and eastern coasts of Africa over the weekend in the hunt for two alleged terrorists: Abu Anas al Libi, a suspected al Qaeda operative wanted for the deadly 1998 bombings of two U.S. embassies in Africa, and an Al-Shabaab foreign fighter commander named Ikrima. American forces snatched al Libi in the Libyan capital Saturday morning. But 3,000 miles away, the plan to catch Ikrima didn't go as planned. Navy SEALs came under heavy fire during their raid and had to retreat -- not knowing whether Ikrima was dead or alive.

15 years on... How America finally ended a terrorist's life of freedom - Telegraph

The lengthy operation to capture Abu Anas al-Libi ended as he returned to his home in the Libyan capital Tripoli from morning prayers

National Crime Agency: 'No-one will be beyond the reach' - Channel 4 News

A new agency to focus on fighting organised crime, child protection, border policing and cybercrime has warned that it will relentlessly pursue criminals.

BBC News - Airbus and Japan Airlines agree landmark $9.5bn deal

Aircraft manufacturing giant Airbus has announced its first deal with Japanese carrier Japan Airlines (JAL). It has won an order from JAL for 31 of its A350 planes, in a deal worth nearly $9.5bn (£5.9bn) at list prices.

Scientist who mapped human genome says we will be able to 'print' alien life from Mars - The Independent

Scientists will soon be able to design and print simple organisms using biological 3D printers says J. Craig Venter, the scientist who led the private-sector’s mapping of the human genome.








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