News Headlines - 01 January 2016

Al-Shabab terror group uses Donald Trump soundbite in purported propaganda video - CBS News

Terror group al-Shabab, al-Qaeda's Somalia-based affiliate, is using a clip from Donald Trump in a purported Islamist propaganda video -- and it's gaining traction among Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) online channels.

More than 1,000 Iraq veterans 'may face war crimes prosecutions' - ITV News

More than 1,000 British soldiers who served in Iraq may face prosecution for crimes including murder following a probe into allegations of torture and unlawful killing, the head an MoD investigations unit has said.

Call for England to have its own national anthem - BBC News

The UK anthem, God Save the Queen, is currently used during some sporting events but Chesterfield MP Toby Perkins believes England should have its own.
He intends to bring his English National Anthem Bill to Parliament on 13 January.

Pope: Now's the Time to End Indifference,' False Neutrality' - The New York Times

Wishing for a year better than 2015, Pope Francis on Friday called for an end to the "arrogance of the powerful" that relegates the weak to the outskirts of society, and to the "false neutrality" toward conflicts, hunger and persecution that triggers exoduses of refugees.

#BBCdown: The memes and jokes circulating as BBC websites go offline - BBC News

The entire BBC website experienced major technical issues on Thursday morning. Users said they were unable to access BBC websites including BBC News and iPlayer catch-up services... #BBCDown was the top UK trend on Thursday morning, competing with #HappyNewYear.








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