News Headlines - 17 September 2010

▽Global debt fears hit London shares - The Press Association
Traders in London booked profits after disappointing US consumer confidence figures knocked confidence on both sides of the Atlantic.

▽Immigrant cap hits economy, says Cable - FT.com
Immigration limits are costing the UK thousands of jobs and hurting the country’s fragile economic recovery, Vince Cable said, in scathing comments that lay bare tensions on the issue within the coalition.

▽Big step completed in Chile miners' escape route - The Associated Press
Drilling equipment pounded its way into one of the caverns where 33 miners have been trapped for a month and a half, completing a bore hole ahead of schedule Friday and raising hopes that the men can be pulled out earlier than expected.

▼Obama To Meet With Japan's Kan In NY Thursday-Kyodo
U.S. President Barack Obama will meet with Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan Thursday on the sidelines of U.N. meetings in New York and discuss the nuclear standoff with North Korea, the White House said Friday.

▼Sega schedules four-day webcast for Tokyo Game Show titles - Independent
Sega's online broadcast coverage of their Tokyo Game Show presentations includes nearly every new title set to grace their main stage events







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