News Headlines - 07 April 2011

▽Kussa in Lockerbie meeting with police: Scottish govt - AFP
Scottish officials investigating the Lockerbie plane bombing interviewed Libyan ex-foreign minister Mussa Kussa, who recently defected, the Scottish government confirmed.
Scottish police met the former "right-hand man" of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi to establish the extent of his knowledge of the 1988 bombing, the country's public prosecutor's office said.

▽OIL FUTURES: Crude Extends Rally; Nymex Hits Fresh 2 1/2-Year High - Wall Street Journal
Crude-oil futures maintained upward momentum in early Asian trade Friday, with the U.S. oil benchmark rising to its highest level in more than two and a half years as market participants continued to fret over supply problems in Libya and other oil-producing states near it.

▽Nokia’s Microsoft tie-up still under scrutiny - Financial Times
Two months after Nokia leapt from its “burning platform” into an alliance with Microsoft, debate is still raging over whether the move was suicidal or savvy.

▽Euro zone ministers to discuss Portugal's call for aid - Reuters
Euro zone finance ministers will discuss Portugal's bailout plea on Friday, including how much it needs and what reforms it could do in return, but no firm decisions are likely yet, euro zone sources said.

▽60 girls groomed for sex at takeaway shops in Blackpool - Telegraph.co.uk
Officers investigating the unsolved disappearance of Charlene Downes in Blackpool in 2003 discovered that dozens more 13 to 15 year old girls from the area had fallen victim to grooming or sexual abuse, it was claimed.







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