News Headlines - 16 July 2011

▽Jude Law claims he was victim of News of the World phone hacking in US - Telegraph.co.uk
The News of the World allegedly hacked into the mobile phones of Jude Law and his personal assistant while they were in New York, opening the way for News International to be prosecuted in the United States.

▽Met chiefs on drinking terms with former NoW deputy editor - The Guardian
Sir Paul Stephenson, the Metropolitan Police commissioner, had social drinks on up to five occasions over the past two years with the former News of the World deputy editor who was arrested and then bailed last week.

▽Obama, Dalai Lama meeting damages relations: China - Reuters
China said a meeting between U.S. President Barack Obama and exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Saturday had damaged relations with the United States, Xinhua news agency reported on Sunday.

▽Libyan rebels win official recognition as their forces close in on Brega - The Guardian
Libyan fighters said on Saturday they were close to surrounding the key government-held oil town of Brega, the day after the US and other nations in the Libya contact group officially recognised the rebel administration.

▽Police widen probe into poisoned saline drips at Stockport hospital - The Guardian
'We cannot be sure that this was the only incident of its kind'







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