News Headlines - 21 December 2015

Spain’s ruling conservatives win election but lose grip on majority - Telegraph

Spain faces weeks of talks to form a coalition government after the ruling conservatives won the country's general election on Sunday without a clear majority... Both of Spain’s traditional parties lost ground to their newer rivals, the anti-austerity Podemos and the centrist Ciudadanos (Citizens), both of which have promised to clean up Spanish politics of endemic corruption.

Oil at 11-year low, election impasse hits Spanish assets | Reuters

Brent crude oil extended a slide on Monday to its lowest level in more than 11 years while investors dumped Spanish bonds and stocks after an inconclusive general election set the scene for potentially weeks of political stalemate.

London's most wanted burglary suspects revealed | The Guardian

Detectives have launched a fresh attempt to capture London’s most wanted burglary suspects, including a man who is believed to have stolen £10,000 worth of gold.

Parents warned as Hello Kitty data breach leaks details of 3.3m user accounts | The Guardian

A data breach at SanrioTown.com, the online community for Hello Kitty fans, has leaked details of more than 3 million user accounts online.

Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini handed eight-year bans from all football-related activities - ITV News

Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini have been banned from all football-related activities around the world for eight years and fined almost £90,000 between them, Fifa has announced.








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