News Headlines - 06 October 2010

▽Taliban in talks with Karzai government - Washington Post
Taliban representatives and the government of Afghan President Hamid Karzai have begun secret, high-level talks over a negotiated end to the war, according to Afghan and Arab sources.

▽US apologises to Pakistan for helicopter attack on soldiers - Telegraph.co.uk
The United States' ambassador to Pakistan apologised for a helicopter attack that killed two Pakistani soldiers close to the Afghan border and sent relations between the two countries into crisis.

▽Terrorist on FBI most wanted list 'killed by drone' - Telegraph.co.uk
One of the FBI's most wanted terrorists was killed alongside a Briton by a drone attack in Pakistan last month targeting al-Qaeda operatives planning a Mumbai-style attack in Europe, according to reports.

▽Toxic Sludge Turns Hungary Town Into Red Ocean - ABC News
The thick, red torrent of sludge, which burst from a reservoir at a metals plant 100 miles south of Budapest Monday, has left yards covered in toxic waste, piled up in streets and poured into fields.

▽Liverpool takeover Q&A - The Sun
The board, led by independent chairman Martin Broughton, have accepted a £300m offer for the club from New England Sports Venture. Kop owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett oppose the offer.







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