News Headlines - 23 September 2010

▽Ireland’s CDS jump to record levels - FT.com
Fears over the Irish economy and the health of its banks triggered a sharp sell-off in the country’s bond markets that sent interest rate premiums over German debt to a record high.

▽Ahmadinejad's UN Speech Triggers US Walkout - Voice of America
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad triggered a walkout of U.S. and other delegates when he suggested in a U.N. General Assembly speech Thursday that the United States government staged the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks.

▽Blitz tour offers glimpse of Aldwych tube station as bomb shelter - The Guardian
Guided trip will allow people to see station, closed for last 16 years, where thousands took shelter from German bombs

▽MINI and Smart unveil Paris scooter concepts - Independent
Rival German automakers BMW and Mercedes-Benz have released details on the electric scooter concepts they plan to unveil at the Paris Motor Show next week.

▽Pottermania begins! Excitement builds as new Harry Potter movie trailer is released - MailOnline
The trailer for part one of the final Harry Potter film has been released, and it looks like this might be the best Potter film yet.







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