News Headlines - 30 January 2016

Facebook Moves to Ban Private Gun Sales on Its Site and Instagram - The New York Times

Facebook already prohibits people from offering marijuana, pharmaceuticals and illegal drugs for sale, and the company said on Friday that it was updating its policy to include guns. The ban applies to private, person-to-person sales of guns. Licensed gun dealers and gun clubs can still maintain Facebook pages and post on Instagram.

State Department declares 22 Clinton emails 'top secret' - U.S. - Stripes

The Obama administration has confirmed for the first time that Hillary Clinton's home server contained closely guarded government secrets, censoring 22 emails that contained material requiring one of the highest levels of classification. The revelation came three days before Clinton competes in the Iowa presidential caucuses.

Zika virus likely to spread throughout the Americas, says WHO | The Guardian

Two of the world’s biggest drug companies are evaluating whether existing vaccine technology could be used against the Zika virus, as the World Health Organisation warned the mosquito-borne virus was likely to spread to all countries in the Americas except for Canada and Chile.

Rock star David Bowie leaves $100m in will - BBC News

Rock star David Bowie left an estate valued at about $100m (£70m), according to his will which has been filed in New York.

Unpublished photos of Sex Pistols in new exhibition - BBC News

In the spring of 1978, a few months after the break-up of the Sex Pistols, French photographer, Pierre Benain, was asked to write a portrait of singer Johnny Rotten for the French magazine, Actuel.








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