News Headlines - 27 November 2010

▽Heightened Diplomacy Before US-South Korean War Exercises - Voice of America
The United States and South Korea are continuing to prepare for military exercises in the Yellow Sea, despite warnings from North Korea. Chinese diplomats are trying to ease tensions in the region after North Korea shelled a South Korean island. 

▽Ireland bailout protest draws 100,000 to Dublin streets - The Guardian
One of the largest demonstrations in the Irish Republic's history brought more than 100,000 people on to Dublin's streets in protest over the international bailout and four years of austerity ahead.

▽First Greece, then Ireland - Europe's debt problem has gone from bad to worse - Telegraph.co.uk
Another week, another crisis for the euro. In April, the single currency wobbled as Greece was rescued. This week and last, Ireland sparked the panic. Next week, if the markets are to be believed, it'll be Portugal. Then Belgium. And, finally and fatally, Spain. On current trends, the euro is in for another roller-coaster month before it splinters, having crashed into the safety barrier.

▽Police seek powers to shut websites - BBC
The police are seeking powers to shut down websites deemed to be engaged in "criminal" activity.

▽Questions asked of rail option - The Northern Echo
CHOOSING an alternative to Hitachi for the Intercity Express Programme (IEP) would have serious consequences for the region, the Government has been warned.







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