News Headlines - 04 May 2011

▽Osama bin Laden dead: Barack Obama says US will not release picture of corpse - Telegraph.co.uk
President Barack Obama will not release “trophy” pictures of Osama bin Laden’s body, he said last night, insisting: “You will not see bin Laden walking on this Earth again.”

▽Inside Pakistan's Hill Town Where Bin Laden Died - The Associated Press
Islamabad Bureau Chief Chris Brummitt reports on the state of the compound where Osama bin Laden was killed. Brummitt talked to neighbors of the compound and reports there's a mixed reaction from the Pakistani people on bin Laden's death.

▽EU open borders scaled back after influx of migrants - The Guardian
France and Italy appeared to have won the right to reintroduce border controls in emergency situations, after the European commission called for new rules to govern EU frontiers.

▽Sony blames vigilante group Anonymous for data theft - BBC
Sony has blamed the online vigilante group Anonymous for indirectly allowing the security breach that allowed a hacker to gain access to the personal data of more than 100m online game users.

▽Spotify launches free service on Apple, Android devices - Total Telecom
Anglo-Swedish digital music service Spotify AB has launched a service that enables its non-paying customers to connect iPods and other devices to their Spotify accounts, founder and chief executive Daniel Ek said in a post on the company's website Wednesday, in a potential challenge to Apple Inc.'s iTunes.







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