News Headlines - 25 December 2015

Royal Family attend Sandringham Christmas church service - BBC News

Members of the Royal Family have attended the Christmas Day service at church on the Sandringham estate.
Led by the Queen, who arrived in a Bentley, the royals made their way from Sandringham House to St Mary Magdalene Church for the traditional service.

Pope calls in Christmas message for unity against militant atrocities | Reuters

Pope Francis urged the world in his Christmas message on Friday to unite to end atrocities by Islamist militants that he said were causing immense suffering in many countries.
Security was tight at the Vatican as Francis, marking the third Christmas since his election in 2013, read his traditional Christmas Day "Urbi et Orbi" (to the city and the world) address from the central balcony of St. Peter's Basilica.

Taiwan’s Next President Must Protect its Sovereignty | The Diplomat

If elected, the Kuomintang’s (KMT) candidate in the January 16 presidential election, Eric Chu Li-luan, will continue peaceful development policies while maintaining the ROC’s sovereignty claims.

Chinese scientists discover new family of barnacles during expedition to Okinawa | South China Morning Post

Chinese scientists discovered a new family of barnacles in the East China Sea, and their existence suggests there might be a “Noah’s Ark” of such creatures in the deeper seabed.

Radiohead reveal rejected theme for James Bond film Spectre - BBC News

The band have revealed they were asked to write a signature tune for the movie, but it "didn't work out" and the song was not used... Radiohead have now made their brooding, orchestral song, titled Spectre, available as a free download on Soundcloud.








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