News Headlines - 24 December 2015

Jeremy Corbyn 'cancels Christmas' and refuses to issue festive message - Telegraph

Jeremy Corbyn has been accused of "cancelling Christmas" by refusing to issue a Christmas message.
The Labour leader has decided to break with recent tradition and not issue a message tomorrow on Christmas Eve.
Instead he will make his thoughts known ahead of New Year's Day.

Lippmann, Trader Portrayed in ‘Big Short’, Said to Plan New Fund - Bloomberg Business

The hedge-fund firm run by Greg Lippmann, a mortgage trader whose bets against the U.S. housing market were depicted in Michael Lewis’s “The Big Short,” plans to launch a new fund early next year, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.

African migrant saved from sinking boat wins big in Spanish lottery - The Local

A 35-year Senegalese man who was saved by the Spanish coastguard after making a perilous journey from Africa is celebrating his win of €400,000 in the Christmas lottery.
Eight years ago he arrived in Spain with nothing. But on Tuesday, Ngagne cried with joy as he realized all his dreams had come true with the purchase of lottery ticket.

Amnesty says Russian bombing of Syria may be a war crime | Reuters

Russia's bombing of Syria has killed many civilians and may amount to a war crime, Amnesty International said on Wednesday, presenting what it said was evidence that Moscow's actions had violated humanitarian law.

U.S., China, ‘Lucy,’ France, U.K. Drive Europe’s Movies Exports | Variety

Driven by U.S. revenues, China, Luc Besson’s “Lucy” and the best result on record books in Europe, European movies grossed €3.092 billion ($3.373 billion) worldwide in 2014, very possibly an all-time high, according to a new report, from the European Audiovisual Observatory Report, “The Theatrical Market For European Films Outside Europe.”








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