News Headlines - 24 June 2011

▽Eurozone debt crisis 'most serious and immediate' threat to UK - Telegraph.co.uk
The debt crisis enveloping the eurozone is "the most serious and immediate" threat to the British economy, according to the first report from the UK's Financial Policy Committee.

▽No interviews, Twitter, travel for Chinese artist Ai - Reuters
No talking, no tweeting and no travel for a year -- these are some of the conditions of Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei's release from more than two months in detention, underscoring Beijing's efforts to muzzle dissent.

▽Iran is target of new U.S. sanctions - Washington Post
The Obama administration on Thursday imposed new sanctions against Iran’s largest air carrier, accusing it of aiding government organizations that support international terrorism and nuclear proliferation.

▽Conrad Black faces possible return to prison in fraud case - The Guardian
Former press baron Conrad Black is bracing himself for a possible return to prison on Friday as a Chicago judge weighs up whether he must serve out the rest of his six and a half year sentence.

▽Peter Falk - Telegraph.co.uk
Peter Falk, the American actor who died on June 23 aged 83, is best remembered for his portrayal of the shambling, cigar-smoking detective Columbo in the television series of the same name.







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