News Headlines - 29 January 2015

Kenji Goto: Wife of Japanese ISIS hostage breaks silence to beg for her husband's life - Mirror Online

The wife of Islamic State hostage Kenji Goto has broken her silence for the first time since her husband was captured... Ms Goto gave her first statement to the Rory Peck Trust, an international NGO that supports freelance journalists and their families through crisis.

Sony drops music service in favour of Spotify deal - FT.com

Sony has beaten a retreat in music streaming, closing its Music Unlimited service in favour of a distribution deal with Spotify, which will be made available to users of its PlayStation Network.

Hong Kong: Occupy Central - Al Jazeera English

The three-part report goes behind the scenes with a pro-democracy campaign trying to ensure free elections in Hong Kong.

'Zombie cat' presumed dead found alive five days after burial - CNN.com

A Tampa, Florida, cat found seemingly dead after he was hit by a car showed up alive in a neighbor's yard five days after he was buried.

Box Office: ‘American Sniper’ to Dominate Super Bowl Weekend with $35 Million | Variety

Clint Eastwood’s “American Sniper” is set to leave the competition in the dust during Super Bowl weekend, eyeing at least $35 million in North American theaters in its third weekend in wide release.








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