News Headlines - 26 January 2011

▽Met police reopen investigation into phone hacking at News of the World - The Guardian
Scotland Yard reopened its investigation into phone hacking today – four years after the only convictions in the case – after the News of the World passed on "significant new information" alleged to implicate one of the paper's top executives in the practice.

▽Tunisia: Arrest warrant issued for ex-president Ben Ali - BBC
Tunisia has issued an international arrest warrant for ousted President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali and his family, the nation's justice minister has said.

▽The Arab world’s sleeping giant wakes up - Tehran Times
Over the years, dictator Hosni Mubarak has traded on their fear, using some of the foulest methods of intimidation imaginable.
But like their counterparts in Tunisia, the Egyptian people are losing their fear and tearing away the chains of oppression.

▽Airport bomb may aggravate Russian ethnic tensions - Reuters
Russia's millions of Muslim migrant workers fear Monday's suicide bombing can only worsen a rising tide of nationalist and ethnic violence against them.

▽US welcomes opening of Afghan parliament - AFP
The United States welcomed the opening of the Afghan parliament Wednesday, calling it a "significant milestone," and urged the start of a dialogue on election reform.







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