News Headlines - 14 May 2011

▽Pakistan's parliament condemns U.S. raid, threatens sanctions - CNN International
Pakistan's parliament threatened Saturday to cut off access to a facility used by NATO forces to ferry troops into Afghanistan, signaling a growing rift that began when U.S. commandos killed Osama bin Laden during a raid on a Pakistani compound.

▽Four killed in Syrian crackdown - Los Angeles Times
As hundreds flee to Lebanon, Syrian activists say three people were killed by snipers and one died after crossing the border into the neighboring country. President Bashar Assad is reportedly arranging talks with the opposition.

▽Woman beheaded in Tenerife had sought aid before attack - The Guardian
The British woman beheaded in a supermarket on the Spanish island of Tenerife was named as it emerged that she had complained of being harassed moments before she was attacked. Jennifer Mills-Westley, 60, from Norwich, was killed on Friday in a frenzied and unprovoked knife attack in the town of Arona, part of the Los Cristianos beach resort.

▽First injunction specifically bans Facebook and Twitter - Telegraph.co.uk
The first injunction specifically banning the publication of information on Facebook and Twitter was issued yesterday amid growing fears about the culture of secrecy in courts.

▽Manchester United confirm they will hold a victory parade to celebrate Premier League title triumph - Goal.com
Chief executive David Gill confirms that the newly-crowned Premier League champions will show off their new silverware around Manchester two days after the Champions League final







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