News Headlines - 11 November 2010

▽Riot rabble who targeted Tory HQ: Unmasked, the hardcore leaders of the student mob - Daily Mail
A large number of middle-class students who travelled to Central London to take part peacefully in their first demonstration had found themselves inadvertently propelled into the frontline.
But it also became clear that the violence, which left 14 injured and caused thousands of pounds of damage, was orchestrated and inflamed by a number of far-Left groups.

▽Qianlong-dynasty Chinese porcelain vase sold for £43m - BBC
A vase found in a house-clearance in London has been sold for £43m, thought to be a record for any Chinese artwork.

▽Paper plane launched into space captures Earth images - BBC
The glider was carried into space by a helium balloon and released at 90,000ft (27,400m), before the balloon exploded and parachuted down to Earth.
On its way down cameras took images of the Earth in what is thought to be the first project of its kind.

▽Genetically altered mosquitoes thwart dengue spreaders-  New Scientist
A outdoor trial of mosquitoes genetically engineered to sabotage Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, which spread dengue fever, has been declared a success by scientists in the field.

▽Merkel airs concerns to Obama on Fed moves-sources - Reuters
German Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed her concerns to U.S. President Barack Obama about the recent moves by the Federal Reserve to inject liquidity into the U.S. economy, German G20 sources said on Thursday.







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