News Headlines - 10 December 2010

▽Royal couple put in danger after police radio failure - Telegraph.co.uk
Officers guarding the royal couple were using radios on a different channel from those patrolling Thursday’s student riots, meaning they received no warning that protesters were blocking their route.

▽Student protests: Met launches criminal investigation - BBC
The Metropolitan Police has launched a "major criminal investigation" into the disorder during student protests in London in recent weeks.

▽No New Charges in British Phone-Hacking Case - New York Times
British prosecutors said Friday that there was not enough evidence to bring charges against Andy Coulson, the communications adviser to Prime Minister David Cameron, stemming from allegations that he had approved a scheme to break into the voice mail boxes of celebrities and Prince William during his time as editor of the British tabloid News of the World.

▽After 12 days of WikiLeaks cables, the world looks on US with new eyes - The Guardian
Reaction across the globe to the leaked US embassy cables has ranged from anger and bitterness to extreme indifference

▽Former Croation PM arrested in Austria - FT.com
Mr Sanader, wanted in connection with an anti-corruption investigation, left Croatia on Thursday just ahead of the parliamentary session that unanimously lifted his immunity. The centre-right government, which he formerly headed, now aims to use his prosecution to show progress in fighting corruption, essential for the ex-Yugoslav country of 4.5m people to join the European Union.







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