News Headlines - 09 July 2011

▽Father of teacher murdered in Japan pleads with judge to show 'no mercy' - Daily Mail
The father of a British teacher who was raped and murdered in Japan has pleaded to the judge in her killer's trial to pas the maximum sentence available.

▽South Sudan: World leaders welcome new nation - BBC
Leaders across the globe have been sending their congratulations to South Sudan on the day it became the world's newest nation.

▽Thousands protest against Malaysia government - Financial Times
Malaysian police fired tear gas and water cannon at thousands of demonstrators to prevent them from assembling to rally for electoral reform on Saturday. Some 1,600 people were arrested for defying the government ban in a street protest against Prime Minister Najib Razak’s government.

▽Church blocks funeral costs rise - Telegraph.co.uk
The Church of England has thrown out plans to increase the cost of weddings and funerals by nearly 50 per cent after hearing of widespread opposition among the clergy.

▽Prince William, Kate charm California - London Free Press
With transatlantic humor and effortless glamour, Britain’s Prince William and his new wife Kate charmed the deep-pocketed polo set Saturday to raise funds for charity on their three-day visit to California.







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