News Headlines - 21 November 2015

Britain set to join air strikes against Isil in Syria before Christmas - Telegraph

David Cameron will set out his “comprehensive strategy” to defeat Islamic State as he accelerates efforts to win cross-party backing for British air strikes in Syria

Mali Shows Jihadist Threat to Africa's ‘Soft Targets', U.S. Says - Bloomberg Business

African nations will remain vulnerable to high-profile militant attacks like Friday’s deadly siege of a Mali hotel and it will be difficult for them to prevent similar violence in the future, said General David Rodriguez, the head of U.S. Africa Command.

PlayStation 2 Emulation Coming to PS4, Sony Confirms | WIRED

SONY IS WORKING on bringing PlayStation 2 titles to the PlayStation 4, the company confirmed to WIRED Thursday evening.
“We are working on utilizing PS2 emulation technology to bring PS2 games forward to the current generation,” a Sony representative told WIRED via email. “We have nothing further to comment at this point in time.”

Stark images of Shackleton's struggle - BBC News

A century ago a ship sank beneath the ice of the Weddell Sea off Antarctica. Sir Ernest Shackleton had been counting on Endurance to help him make it ashore, ahead of a trek across the continent past the South Pole.
Now, newly digitised images capturing the last days of Endurance, and the crew's subsequent struggle to stay alive, are on show at the Royal Geographical Society in London.

'Blue Dragon' Sea Slug Washes Up On Australian Shore, Video Goes Viral (VIDEOS, PHOTOS) : World : Headlines & Global News

A Glaucus atlanticus washed ashore in Queensland, Australia recently and the video has gone viral. The "Blue Dragon" is a sight to behold - breathtakingly blue, comically cartoonish and one bad ass nudibranch.








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