News Headlines - 17 August 2011

▽Police asked to reinvestigate Chris Huhne - Telegraph.co.uk
The Crown Prosecution Service has requested further evidence from Essex police as it examines allegations that Mr Huhne asked Vicky Pryce, his estranged wife, to accept his points so he could keep his licence.

▽London riots: More than 1,000 people charged - BBC
Acting commissioner for the force Tim Godwin hailed a "significant milestone" as he said a total of 1,010 suspects had been charged after 1,744 arrests.

▽UK unemployment total on the rise - BBC
The number of people unemployed in the UK rose by 38,000 to 2.49 million in the three months to June.

▽Pressure mounts on Rupert Murdoch - Telegraph.co.uk
Pressure is mounting on News Corporation to oust Rupert Murdoch as chairman and strengthen the media company’s board, following the publication of a damning letter by Clive Goodman, the News of the World’s former Royal correspondent.

▽India: Mass Support For 'Fast To The Death' - Sky News
http://news.sky.com/home/world-news/article/16051888The Indian government is under increasing pressure as tens of thousands of protesters take to the streets to support the anti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare who has started a "fast to the death" in jail.







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