Thursday, September 20, 2012



The inquest into the death of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko will take place early next year - @BBCNews 

Hundreds of Pakistanis angry at an anti-Islam film that denigrates the religion's prophet clash with police in the Pakistani capital - @AP

Shares in BSkyB rise as UK regular clears the company of links to phone hacking scandal - @Reuters

Europe struggles to meet pledge to cut its representation on IMF board - @Reuters

Sudan's armed forces clash with rebels, seize an area close to the disputed border with South Sudan - @Reuters

Man arrested in connection with offensive Facebook page set up following deaths of 2 police officers - @SkyNewsBreak

Syrian regime forces shelling city of Homs with barrels of explosives, activist source says - @AlArabiya_Eng

Paris police ban a protest planned for Saturday in front of the city's Grand Mosque over an anti-Islam film - @AFP

Thailand police find 1kg bomb hidden in fruit basket - @BPbreakingnews

All US diplomatic missions in Indonesia will be closed Friday amid fears of significant protests - @AFP

Porsche CEO says 2013 car sales to beat 2012 levels - @Reuters 

Lonmin staff return to work at South Africa mine as their strike ends, unrest spreads to other mines - @Reuters


Former London gangster Charlie Richardson, rival to Kray Brothers, dies at the age of 78. Details soon

South Korean software millionaire running for country's presidency receives poll bounce - @Reuters

Proportion of 11-year-olds in England reaching the standard expected of them in reading and maths has risen by 3% and 4% respectively - PA 

Protest of about 300 Afghans in Kabul chants 'death to France, death to America' in response to anti-Islam film - @AFP

Tropical Storm Nadine drifting eastward in the Atlantic with maximum sustained winds of 50mph - @NHC_Atlantic

30-year-old journalist arrested in south-east London by officers investigating alleged criminal breaches of privacy - @SkyNewsBreak

Coloradoan wins $7 million in popcorn lung suit, claimed artificial butter smell scarred his airways - @9NEWS

Update; Schools, shops and government offices shuttered in some Indian states as part of day-long nationwide strike - @Reuters

More: State TV report says the helicopter went down southeast of Douma, a Damascus suburb. There were no further details - @AP

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