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Egypt bomb kills new year churchgoers | World news At least 21 people have been killed and more than 70 injured in Egypt in a suspected suicide bombing outside a church in Alexandria as worshippers left a new year service. It was initially thought a car bomb had caused the explosion just after midnight at the Coptic orthodox al-Qidiseen church. But the interior ministry suggested a foreign-backed suicide bomber may have been responsible.
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UK firm buys Warsaw-listed Cinema City International for £272m to expand operation in Israel and seven European countries Cineworld will become Europe's second largest cinema chain after Odeon UCI, as it unveiled plans to buy a major central European equivalent. Cineworld, which already earns the biggest box-office revenues in the UK, announced on Friday that it will buy Cinema City International, a Warsaw-listed company operating in seven countries in central and eastern Europe and Israel. Cineworld said it would pay £272m in cash for Cinema City in a deal that allows CCI to keep 24.9% of the shares. Shares in Cineworld rose almost 5% in early trading to 409.5 pence valuing the company at almost £620m. Sigalon's News Select Soup
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Sigalon's News Blogs Soup WASHINGTON — President Obama’s anticipated reform of the National Security Agency’s practices needs to go beyond ending the mass surveillance of innocent Americans’ phone calls. He should force the agency to think less about the quantity of information it gathers and more about the quality. Obama should ignore the choir of apologists singing in lamentation over the beastly way the NSA is being treated. I refer to voices such as that of Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., who on Monday accused Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky. — and, by extension, all the agency’s critics — of “trying to create this paranoia among Americans that the NSA is spying on everyone.”
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Sigalon's News Soup Watch Video We want to introduce you to a Target employee Bay Area police are calling a hero. This is Roxanna Ramirez, and authorities say she helped them find a man they believe kidnapped a 7-year-old girl from her home in Antioch, California. (Via KGO) “Acting really weird, like abnormal. It was..
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Gulf Oil Spill BP agreed to plead guilty today to charges of manslaughter, environmental crimes, and lying to Congress in connection with the 2010 Deepwater Horizon drilling rig explosion, which killed 11 workers and sent as much as 200 million gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico. As part of a settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice, the company will pay $4.5 billion in what is the largest fine ever levied on a corporation in the United States.