News Headlines - 08 October 2010

▽China lashes out at Nobel prize 'obscenity' - ABC Online
China has reacted angrily to news that one of its dissidents has won this year's Nobel Peace Prize, labelling it obscene and saying the prize has gone to a criminal.

▽Warnings over long-term effects of Danube slick - Independent
The River Danube may have avoided immediate environmental disaster, but Hungary's massive spill of red sludge could cause more long-term damage than previously thought, it was claimed yesterday.

▽Rise in producer prices fuels fears of persistent inflation - Independent
Higher wheat prices were blamed for an unexpectedly sharp increase in producer inflation last month as the Office for National Statistics (ONS) revealed that the costs of raw materials were up by more than twice City expectations.

▽Thomas Cook and Co-op merge travel businesses - FT.com
Thomas Cook and The Co-operative Group have joined forces to create the market leader in high street travel shops with a non-cash merger.

▽Harry Potter 3D release cancelled, says Warner Bros - BBC
The studio said it could not complete the 3D conversion of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 in time for its 19 November UK and US release date.







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