News Headlines - 01 August 2011

▽House passes debt ceiling agreement - CNN
The U.S. House on Monday passed the debt-ceiling deal worked out by President Barack Obama and congressional leaders, sending it to the Senate for consideration a day before the deadline for the government to face possible default.

▽Murdoch UK publisher asked about email deletion: IT firm - AFP
Rupert Murdoch's British paper publisher, which is at the centre of the phone-hacking scandal, asked the Indian company managing its IT systems about deleting emails nine times in 15 months, the group said Monday.

▽Norway PM Jens Stoltenberg warns against 'witch hunt' - BBC
Norway's Prime Minister, Jens Stoltenberg, has warned his compatriots not to launch a "witch hunt" following the deadly attacks of 22 July.

▽Stepping Hill nurse Rebecca Leighton set to face four-week 'saline' trial - Mirror.co.uk
The nurse accused of contaminating saline supplies at a hospital where police are investigating the deaths of four patients has been told she faces trial next year.

▽UK LulzSec and Anonymous hacking suspect had 750,000 passwords - NEWS.com.au
A British teenager suspected of being a spokesman for the notorious international hacking rings LulzSec and Anonymous, held the personal details of 750,000 people, a court heard yesterday.
Jake Davis, 18, is alleged to have had the web login details of hundreds of thousands of people stored on a network of 16 machines, The Daily Telegraph reported.







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