News Headlines - 13 October 2013

BBC News - Four arrested in London terror raids

Four men have been arrested in London in a counter-terrorism operation, the Metropolitan Police have said. Scotland Yard said they were held under the Terrorism Act 2000 on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism.

BBC News - Madeleine McCann: Crimewatch to show 'fresh version of events'

The timeline and "accepted version of events" surrounding Madeleine McCann's disappearance have significantly changed, British police say. The Metropolitan Police said a BBC Crimewatch appeal to be aired on Monday would feature "the most detailed reconstruction" of the case yet. It will also broadcast e-fits of a number of men police want to find.

Italy to triple Mediterranean naval and air units to address migrant safety | theguardian.com

Italy is to triple its air and sea presence in the Mediterranean between north Africa and Sicily in a bid to make it "as safe as possible" for migrants making the perilous journey in overcrowded rickety boats, the prime minister, Enrico Letta, has said.

‘Death to America’ Chants in Iran Show Split Over Nuclear Talks - Businessweek

Iran’s establishment has split into rival camps in the run-up to tomorrow’s resumption of nuclear talks, and no one has a better view of the divide than the Islamic republic’s chief negotiator.

2013 Japanese GP: Sebastian Vettel does it again - but Webber, Grosjean make him work | Sky Sports Formula 1

Sebastian Vettel moved to the brink of his fourth successive world title with yet another victory at the Japanese GP - however his route to a fifth straight win was far removed from recent races as he won a gripping three-way battle at the front.








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