News Headlines - 10 August 2011

▽All police leave is cancelled - Sky News
All police leave has been cancelled as the Prime Minister pledged to give officers whatever was needed to combat rioting and looting.

▽Britons use social networking sites to expose rioters - AFP
London's Metropolitan Police made a tentative attempt to use social media to track down suspects, putting up 25 photos of youths breaking into shops and lobbing missiles on photo-sharing site flickr.
But the official effort paled in comparison to the surge of activity by amateur web investigators.

▽New arrest in phone-hacking inquiry - BBC
A 61-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of phone hacking, Scotland Yard has said.
The BBC understands he is former News of the World news editor, Greg Miskiw.

▽Secret peace talks between US and Taliban collapse over leaks - Telegraph.co.uk
Secret exploratory peace talks between the United States and the Taliban leadership have broken down after details of the negotiations were leaked, Western diplomats have told The Daily Telegraph.

▽Obama to toughen stance on Syria with call for Assad's departure - The Guardian
The United States is poised to shift its position on Syria by calling on President Bashar al-Assad to step down because of the violence he has inflicted on his own people and his failure to implement meaningful reforms for the last five months.







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