News Headlines - 30 January 2017

Benoit Hamon to be Socialist candidate in French election - BBC News

Benoit Hamon will be the French Socialist Party's candidate in the presidential elections in April, after winning a run-off vote on Sunday.

Anti-Donald Trump petition to stop UK state visit passes 1m signatures | The Guardian

An online petition calling for Donald Trump to be prevented from making an official state visit to the UK has reached 1m signatures.

Trump gives Stephen Bannon National Security Council role

In one of three executive actions Saturday, President Trump reshuffled the National Security Council to include his chief strategist, Stephen Bannon, and limited the roles of the director of national intelligence and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Man who pushed Polish man on to tube tracks jailed for 10 years | The Guardian

An English football hooligan has been jailed for 10 years, after pushing a Polish builder on to live tube tracks half a minute before a train arrived.

'Father of Pac-Man' dead: Masaya Nakamura, founder of Namco, dies aged 91 - Mirror Online

Namco's first original video game was Gee Bee, in 1978. It was followed by Galaxian in 1979 - which revolutionised the industry as the first video game to use RGB colour graphics.
However, it was Pac-Man, released in 1980, that came to define Namco's legacy, going on to become a fixture in popular culture.








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