News Headlines - 23 March 2011

▽The budget: Small change - The Guardian
George Osborne's budget is less a plan for growth than a plan that hopes for growth

▽Portugal PM Jose Socrates resigns after budget rejected - BBC
Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates has resigned after parliament rejected an austerity budget.
The defeat is likely to trigger a bailout similar to the rescue packages Greece and the Republic of Ireland had to accept last year.

▽Jerusalem bomb: Benjamin Netanyahu in security pledge - BBC
One person was killed and more than 30 others were injured after the blast at a crowded bus stop in Jerusalem.
The city suffered a spate of bus bombings by Palestinian militants between 2000 and 2004 but attacks had stopped in recent years.

▽Japan nuclear crisis still a serious concern - Reuters
Tokyo residents were warned not to give babies tap water because of radiation leaking from a nuclear plant crippled in the earthquake and tsunami that devastated northeast Japan in the world's costliest natural disaster.

▽'Iranian' attackers forge Google's Gmail credentials -
The March 15 intrusion came from IP addresses belonging to an Iranian internet service provider, and one of the purloined certificates was tested from the same country, said Melih Abdulhayoglu, whose company is the certificate authority used to validate the bogus web credentials. Other web addresses that were targeted included www.google.com, login.yahoo.com, login.skype.com, addons.mozilla.com, and Microsoft's login.live.com.







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