News Headlines - 04 August 2011

▽Debt crisis: Global markets plunge as eurozone contagion speads - Telegraph.co.uk
Eurozone countries are failing to stop the “contagion” of the debt crisis, the President of the European Commission warned yesterday.

▽Alex Salmond's 'seduction' of Rupert Murdoch - Telegraph.co.uk
In a series of letters to Mr Murdoch, with whom he is on first-name terms, the First Minister asked him to be his special guest at events including the Ryder Cup golf tournament.

▽Civilian Toll Is Mounting in Assault on Syrian City - New York Times
Syrian human rights activists said Thursday that Syrian government forces had killed more than 100 people in the rebellious city of Hama in the first 24 hours since seizing control of its central square with armored columns and snipers.

▽Clinton urges Somali militants to allow in food aid - AFP
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab militants Thursday to stop blocking aid to famine-hit areas of Somalia and allow it to reach masses of starving people.

▽Mubarak Trial - Plain Justice or Sweet Revenge? - Voice of America
Barely a few months ago it seemed unthinkable that Hosni Mubarak, the president who ruled Egypt unchallenged for 30 years, would ever have to answer for crimes he allegedly committed. Yesterday, the Egyptian revolutionaries who toppled the autocratic ruler earlier this year got their day in court.







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