News Headlines - 05 October 2010

▽Japan murder suspect issues apology
The Times reported that the letter reads: "I was evil.
"There is no one to blame but me. I will take the responsibility. I will never forget about her and what I did to her and you. And I will carry my cross until the moment of my death."

▽Saudi prince killed servant, London court told - Globe and Mail
Closed-circuit TV cameras had caught Abdulaziz being hit by the defendant in the hotel lift on Jan. 22 and Feb. 5 and outside a restaurant on the night leading up to his death, Laidlaw said.

▽French police arrest 11 Islamic terrorist suspects - The Guardian
French security forces arrested 11 suspected Islamic extremists in raids across southern France today, reinforcing fears of a renewed wave of terror attacks in Europe after warnings at the weekend from the US and British governments.

▽'Rogue trader' jailed and ordered to repay ?4.9bn to SocGen - Scotsman
FORMER Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel was sentenced to three years in jail by a Paris court yesterday for his role in a trading scandal and ordered to pay the French bank ?4.9 billion (about £4.2bn).

▽Tesco banking on developing markets to continue growth - Scotsman
TESCO continued its raid on the UK banking market as it revealed its financial arm has picked up 200,000 customer accounts in the last six months bringing total numbers to 6.5 million.







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