News Headlines - 16 March 2011

▽Japan earthquake: Emperor Akihito 'deeply worried' - BBC
Japan's Emperor Akihito has said he is "deeply worried" about the crisis his country is facing following last Friday's earthquake and tsunami.
In an extremely rare appearance, the emperor went on live TV to make his first public comments on the disaster, and urged an all-out rescue effort.

▽Rupert Murdoch's the Daily to launch in UK soon - The Guardian
iPad newspaper to be available via iTunes once Apple subscription model is agreed, as Daily begins to charge in US

▽OECD cuts UK growth forecast - Reuters
The OECD cut its growth forecast for the UK on Wednesday, saying the economy still faced significant risks at home and abroad, but praised the government's "ambitious" deficit-cutting plans.

▽Scotland's universities look to European students to plug funding gap - The Guardian
European students could be charged up to £22m a year to come to Scottish universities under proposals to keep higher education free for all nationals wishing to pursue further education.

▽Libyan Forces Pound Rebel Areas, UN Security Council Meets - Voice of America
Forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi pounded rebel strongholds Wednesday, as the U.N. Security Council began discussing a resolution to set up a "no-fly" zone over the country.







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