News Headlines - 27 November 2015

Jeremy Corbyn facing resignations as shadow cabinet back David Cameron air strikes - Telegraph

Jeremy Corbyn was last night facing mass resignations as his shadow cabinet publicly turned on him and pledged to back David Cameron over Syrian air strikes.

Saudi Arabia executions: Kingdom to behead 50 men convicted of terrorism offences despite Shia revolt threat | Middle East | The Independent

Saudi authorities appear set in the next few days to carry out a series of beheadings across the country of more than 50 men convicted of terrorism offences. Among those facing execution are three young men who were juveniles when they were arrested.

Man arrested in Germany on suspicion of illegal arm dealing in terror crackdown - Telegraph

A man has been arrested in Germany on suspicion of illegal arm dealing as Germany carries out more raids to avoid a Paris-style attack... But officials played down the reports of a link to the attacks, saying the arrested man was being investigated on other suspicions of arms trading.

Japan unemployment falls to 20-year low - FT.com

Japan’s unemployment rate hit its lowest level in 20 years but the central bank’s favourite measure of inflation fell in another mixed month of economic data.
The numbers are unlikely to prompt an immediate reaction from the Bank of Japan but they add to an uneasy pattern of sluggish growth in demand.

Facebook employees now get 4 months parental leave thanks to Mark Zuckerberg | Metro News

Facebook is now going to offer four months parental leave for all full-time employees – regardless of gender, location, or position within the company.
According to the company’s head of human resources, Lori Matloff Goler, the new allowance will mainly affect ‘new fathers and people in same-sex relationships outside the US’.








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