News Headlines - 03 April 2011

▽Omagh murder fuels fears that terror groups have new weapons - The Guardian
Republican dissidents have perfected a new generation of weapons with which to launch a fresh terrorist offensive, senior security sources have told the Guardian.

▽Foreigners flee Ivory Coast - ABC Online
The French military has taken control of Abidjan airport in Ivory Coast and flown in additional troops as fighting for control of the country continues.

▽Global PMI robust despite tsunami - Financial Times
The Japanese earthquake and tsunami have barely dented the rapid global growth in manufacturing, a cluster of sector surveys from across the world demonstrated on Friday.

▽Tesco starts secondhand car business - The Guardian
Tesco, which has recently branched out into areas as diverse as banking and pet insurance, has taken yet another step to widen its already dizzying range of products with the launch of a website selling secondhand cars.

▽FA expected to hand Manchester United's Wayne Rooney a severe reprimand following F-word controversy - Telegraph.co.uk
The Football Association has come under pressure to charge Wayne Rooney with improper conductfollowing his foul-mouthed rant into a television camera during Manchester United’s 4-2 win over West Ham on Saturday.







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