News Headlines - 27 November 2014

Opec refuses to cut oil production, prices slump to five-year low - Telegraph

A landmark Opec meeting has ended in anger after the cartel's members agreed to leave oil production quotas unchanged, sending crude prices plummeting.

Hong Kong police arrested for alleged protester assault - CNN.com

Seven Hong Kong police officers have been arrested for assault over an alleged case of police brutality at pro-democracy protests last month which shocked residents of the Chinese territory.

BBC News - Stagecoach and Virgin win East Coast mainline rail franchise

A consortium made up of Stagecoach and Virgin has won the franchise to run the East Coast mainline rail route.
The firms promised to invest £140m in the route over eight years, and will pay the government £3.3bn for the contract.

Finally, an end to the problem of tangled headphones - Telegraph

Two British designers have solved the problem of tangled headphone cables with an iPhone case which has reached its crowdfunding target in under two weeks

Jurassic World trailer: It's Godzilla meets Hunger Games

In what will scarcely go down as one of the greatest moments in parenting history, the trailer for the new Jurassic Park instalment opens with Judy Greer packing the kids off for a few days at Jurassic World.








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