News Headlines - 29 November 2014

Bundestag approves 2015 budget with no new debt | DW.DE | 28.11.2014

For the first time since 1969, Germany has balanced its budget. Lawmakers in parliament approved the historic budget, despite repeated outcry from the opposition investment was more important than a "black zero."

The long Black Friday: Bargain hunting turns violent as American phenomenon comes to UK - The Independent

Chaos was reported in many UK stores as several major supermarkets, clothing and electrical retailers offered reduced prices both online and on the high street.
As a result, retail analysts have warned that the surge in online shopping could create delivery problems ahead of the Christmas season.

Home Office: 13,000 could be working as slaves in the UK - ITV News

New analysis from the Home Office on the scale of human trafficking in the UK suggests as many as 13,000 people may be living in a state of slavery.
The most commonly reported form of modern slavery in the UK is sexual exploitation, with women making up the vast majority of victims.

BBC News - Hosni Mubarak: Egypt court drops murder charges over 2011 killings

A court in Egypt has dropped the case against former President Hosni Mubarak of conspiring to kill protesters during the 2011 uprising against him.

Russian warships pass through English Channel, anchor off the coast of France - The Washington Post

Four Russian military ships sailed through the English Channel on Friday and dropped anchor alongside the coast of France, an occurrence that NATO called routine but still had resonance at a time of Cold War-level tensions between Russia and the West.








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