News Headlines - 24 November 2010

▽Obama sends U.S. warship to Yellow Sea in show of strength as two Koreas teeter on the brink of all-out war - Daily Mail
President Obama has ordered a U.S. warship to Korea in a show of strength to prevent an escalation of one of the most serious confrontations in the region for decades.

▽€12bn cash injection mooted for Irish banks - FT.com
Ireland’s three largest banks could receive an immediate cash injection of about €12bn (£10bn) from the government and be given access to a much larger pool of rescue funds, as they grapple to meet the tough new capital requirements that are expected to form part of Ireland’s bail-out package.

▽Protests in Scotland over education cuts plan - BBC
Scottish students have not paid tuition fees for a decade but there is still concern and anger north of the border about the future of higher education.

▽Apple's first computer fetches £133,250 at auction - Which?
Built by Apple co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, and one of only 100 produced, the Apple I went under the hammer at Christie's auction house with Wozniak looking on. It was snapped up by computer fan Francesco Boglione.
As well as the device itself, Boglione received the product's box, instructions and a personal letter from Steve Jobs.

▽New Shakespeare stage puts audience "in the thick of it" - BBC
The Royal Shakespeare Theatre has undergone a transformation as part of a £112.8m scheme and reopened "on time and on budget". The BBC was one of the first to take a look at the changes.







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