News Headlines - 25 February 2011

▽Libya crisis: UN's Ban Ki-moon seeks 'decisive' action - BBC
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has urged the global body's Security Council to take "decisive action" over the Libya crisis.

▽Turnout in Ireland general election estimated at 70% - BBC
The ballot was called a few months after the ruling coalition negotiated an 85bn-euro (£72bn) EU/IMF loan package. Divisions had emerged in the ruling coalition between Fianna Fail and the Green Party.
The first results are expected early on Saturday afternoon.

▽Economic slowdown worse than thought - This is Money
Gross domestic product shrank by 0.6% in the last quarter of 2010, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics - an even sharper reversal than the inital estimate of 0.5%.

▽Students could earn university degrees without studying there - Telegraph.co.uk
Students should be able to obtain degrees from top universities without studying at the institution under radical government plans to be unveiled in the next few weeks.

▽George W. Bush cancels Global Leadership Summit appearance after invitation to WikiLeaks founder - Dallas Morning News
Former President George W. Bush has canceled a scheduled appearance Saturday, saying through a spokesman that he doesn’t want to share a stage with the founder of WikiLeaks.







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