News Headlines - 04 December 2015

FBI probing California attack as terror - FT.com

The FBI said it was investigating the shooting that killed 14 people in southern California on Wednesday as an act of terrorism.
The announcement came as law enforcement officials said on Friday that the woman suspected in the killings had pledged allegiance to the militant group Isis before the attack.

Maoist cult leader found GUILTY of sex assaults and child abuse | Daily Mail Online

A Maoist cult leader who kept his secret daughter imprisoned for 30 years while repeatedly raping two of his 'disciples' faces the prospect of dying in jail after being found guilty of a string of offences.

Paris Cafe Hit in Terrorist Attack Reopens - WSJ

A bistro in the east side of this city where five people were killed during last month’s terror attacks reopened for business on Friday, as the neighborhood tries to slowly get back to normal.

Japan bans French foie gras imports over bird flu virus - Telegraph

French foie gras producers could be facing a lean Christmas after eight countries including Japan, the largest importer of the controversial delicacy, banned imports following a bird flu outbreak in the Dordogne.

Samsung agrees to pay Apple $548m in patent dispute | News | Lifestyle | The Independent

Samsung has finally agreed to pay Apple $548 million (£352 million), partly settling a dispute over the alleged unauthorised copying of patented technology relating to how the companies' phones look and work.








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