News Headlines - 29 July 2011

▽Phone hacking: MPs ready to recall James Murdoch - Telegraph.co.uk
James Murdoch faces being recalled to give evidence to MPs after a third former News International executive formally questioned his evidence.

▽Moody's: No immediate downgrade if debt deal misses deadline - USA Today
Moody's today indicated it would not immediately downgrade the United States' triple-A credit rating if a debt-ceiling deal is not reached by Tuesday, saying it expects the government to continue to meet its Treasuries obligations "for a number of days," Reuters reports.

▽Gaddafi Regime: Al Qaeda Killed Rebel Chief - Sky News
Al Qaeda was behind the killing of the Libyan rebels' military chief Abdel Fatah Younes, according to Colonel Gaddafi's regime.

▽Neanderthals overrun by early humans - Telegraph.co.uk
Neanderthals in Europe died out because they were overrun by hordes of modern humans from Africa who flooded into the region 40,000 years ago, scientists have claimed.

▽World Population Predicted to Hit 7 Billion This Year - TIME
A new study shows that the earth's population will hit 7 billion in 2011, which is double what it was in the 1960s, according to Discovery News. What's more, researchers predict that another 2.3 billion people will be added to our planet over the next 39 years. In case you were wondering, that's a lot of people in not a lot of time.







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