News Headlines - 30 October 2010

▽Landmark UN Nagoya biodiversity deal agreed to save natural world - Telegraph.co.uk
Delegates from more than 190 countries meeting in Nagoya, Japan, agreed a programme to conserve global biodiversity and the natural habitats that support the most threatened animals and plants.

▽Cargo plane terror alert: bombs 'designed to harm US synagogues' - Telegraph.co.uk
The plot – described as a “credible threat” originating in Yemen - was uncovered by MI6 after a tip-off to one of its officers based in the Middle East.

▽Berlusconi denies links to Moroccan teenager - euronews
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has branded alleged links with a 17-year-old Moroccan girl as “media trash.”
The teenager, known only as Ruby, said she attended parties at the billionaire tycoon’s villa in northern Italy.

▽Teacher off sick on full pay for six years 'lied' - Yorkshire Post
TAXPAYERS are footing a bill running into hundreds of thousands of pounds after a South Yorkshire teacher was off sick for six years on full pay when she claimed a colleague fell on her at work.

▽Star photos blackmailer gets seven years - Mirror.co.uk
A blackmailer who demanded cash from a female pop superstar for "very sensitive" photos stolen from home was jailed for seven years yesterday.







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