News Headlines - 11 October 2010

▽UK aid worker may have been killed by rescuers' grenade - BBC
British aid worker Linda Norgrove may have been accidentally killed by US forces during a rescue mission in Afghanistan, David Cameron has said.

▽Report: 'British Society Divided And Unfair' - Sky News
Britain remains a divided country where racial prejudice is on the rise and efforts to tackle the pay gap between men and women have stalled, a report has suggested.

▽'Baby Aston Martin’ gets green light - Telegraph.co.uk
Claimed to be an "Aston Martin tailor-fit solution for the city, offering luxury and individuality", the Cygnet is based on Toyota's iQ, which costs from £10,228, and was first revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in March.

▽Mario Wii and DS consoles hit UK - Computerandvideogames.com
After announcing Super Mario All-Stars last week, Nintendo has announced that the special 25th anniversary red Wii and DSi XL consoles will also be available in Europe this month.

▽Record labels fail to get 'three strikes' rule enforced in Ireland - The Guardian
Judge says illegal filesharing is damaging music industry, but Irish law does not allow ISPs to cut off offenders' internet







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