News Headlines - 10 June 2011

▽Leaked memos recall Blair and Brown's power battle - BBC
Memos belonging to shadow chancellor Ed Balls detailing plans to have Gordon Brown succeed Tony Blair as prime minister from 2005, have been published by the Telegraph newspaper.
The newspaper has obtained more than 30 documents belonging to Mr Balls, including communications between Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.

▽Peter Oborne: a plot too far for the red peril? - Telegraph.co.uk
But now he is suddenly Miliband’s biggest problem. Following the exposure of his private papers in The Daily Telegraph yesterday, Mr Balls must fend off charges that he is nothing more than a political bruiser, a thoroughly nasty piece of work who played a leading role in a conspiracy to destroy the premiership of Tony Blair, the most electorally successful leader in the history of the Labour Party.

▽Alaska poised to release Palin emails - eTaiwan News
The state of Alaska on Friday will release thousands of Sarah Palin's emails from her first two years as governor, a disclosure that has taken on national prominence as she flirts with a run for the presidency.
The emails were first requested during the 2008 White House race by citizens and news organizations, including The Associated Press, as they vetted a vice presidential nominee whose political experience included less than one term as governor of Alaska and a term as mayor of the small town of Wasilla. The nearly three-year delay has been attributed largely to the sheer volume of the release and the flood of requests.

▽Syria unrest: Renewed clashes 'leave 28 dead' - BBC
At least 28 people have been killed in fresh clashes in Syria between security forces and protesters, activists say.
They say tanks and helicopter gunships opened fire on crowds in the northern town of Maarat al-Numan, leaving several protesters dead.

▽Gaddafi received 'guarantee' from Turkey to leave Libya - The Guardian
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday his country had offered a "guarantee" to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi if he left Libya, but said Ankara had received no answer.







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