News Headlines - 10 December 2015

Trump UK ban petition passes 370,000 signatures - BBC News

A petition calling for Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump to be barred from entering the UK has gathered more than 370,000 names, so MPs will have to consider debating it.

Paris Climate Talks Highlights: Near the End, but No Deal Yet

A near-final draft of the accord was released Wednesday, exposing persistent rifts between industrialized countries and developing nations. The draft calls for cuts in carbon emissions from 186 countries, but fails to say how those commitments will be monitored and verified.

Stagecoach shares slide as travellers avoid cities amid terrorism fears | The Guardian

Stagecoach’s shares have plunged after the bus and rail operator said its business is being hit because people have been fewer trips to big cities in the UK and Europe since the Paris attacks.

Wi-fi Barbie doll raises privacy, hacking concerns in U.S. - The Mainichi

An artificial intelligence (AI) controlled Barbie doll sold by major American toy company Mattel Inc. has become the center of controversy over the doll's alleged collection of personal information and vulnerability to hacking.

Manchester United crash out after Naldo double for Wolfsburg | The Guardian

For Manchester United it was a sobering night and a bleak reminder of how far they are away from competing on a level footing with the elite teams of Europe. They are out of the Champions League, paying the ultimate price for some chaotic and even absurd defending, and for a club of their size and ambitions it will be a dreary existence switching to the Thursday night and Sunday afternoon churn that the Europa League entails.








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