News Headlines - 11 September 2010

▽Obama vows U.S. will 'never' be at war with Islam - Calgary Herald
U.S. President Barack Obama, marking the ninth anniversary of the September 11 attacks at a time of bitter religious tensions, pledged Saturday the United States will "never" be at war with Islam.

▽Turkey on the eve of the referendum - Aljazeera.net
While the AKP claims that the reforms are necessary to bring Turkey closer in line with the EU, the opposition parties assert that the prime objective of the reform package is to establish Erdogan’s control over top judicial appointments and therefore it will undermine Turkey's secular democracy.

▽Pope visit to UK set to spark protests - Metro
One of the main issues that protesters are trying to confront the Pope about is the history of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.

▽OECD says UK will be fastest growing G7 country in Q3 - Telegraph.co.uk
The OECD upgraded its UK forecast to 0.7pc growth in the third quarter, compared with the second, from an earlier forecast in May of 0.5pc.

▽HMRC chief forced to apologise over tax bills - telegraph.co.uk
Dave Hartnett, permanent secretary at HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), said he was "deeply sorry" that taxpayers were being asked to pay back an average £1,428







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