News Headlines - 30 November 2010

▽Hitachi 'patient' despite delay on new trains decision - BBC
A senior Hitachi manager said it would be patient after a decision on replacing trains, which could bring jobs to County Durham, was delayed.

▽Google Faces European Union Anti-Trust Probe - Sky News
European Union anti-trust regulators have launched a formal investigation into Google after complaints from rivals that the company had abused its dominant position.

▽Hundreds of students take part in second Leeds protest march - The Guardian
Hundreds of students marched from the University of Leeds to the art gallery and back in protest against rising tuition fees and education cuts.
Between 300-400 vociferous students braved the cold to take part in the protest - which came less than a week after a similar march drew about 3,000 students to the streets of Leeds.

▽Vince Cable: I may abstain on tuition fees vote - Telegraph.co.uk
Vince Cable, the Business Secretary, would be prepared to take the unprecedented step of abstaining on the vote to raise tuition fees despite being responsible for drawing up the policy.

▽US: China 'Obligated' to Press North Korea to End 'Belligerence' - Voice of America
A White House spokesman is calling on China to press North Korea to end what he calls that state's "belligerent behavior."
Robert Gibbs said Tuesday Beijing has an "obligation" to send such a message to Pyongyang. China is the main diplomatic and economic supporter of its impoverished neighbor.







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