News Headlines - 27 August 2011

▽Libyan rebels claim victory south of Tripoli - The Associated Press
Libyan rebels claimed victory over a suburb near Tripoli's airport Saturday after an overnight battle as the opposition moves to solidify its hold on the capital while fighting Moammar Gadhafi loyalists in other parts of the country.

▽New evidence in WPC Yvonne Fletcher's Libya embassy shooting - Metro
Scotland Yard has been given a boost in the case of WPC Yvonne Fletcher, who was shot dead outside the Libyan embassy in London in 1984, after the publication of a new eyewitness account.

▽Ben Bernanke adopts wait-and-see approach - Mail & Guardian Online
The Federal Reserve on Friday dashed Wall Street's hopes of an immediate boost to the flagging United States economy when its chairperson Ben Bernanke said the central bank was adopting a wait-and-see approach to fresh stimulus measures.

▽New Apple chief Tim Cook handed 1m shares - Telegraph.co.uk
Tim Cook, the new Apple chief executive who replaced Steve Jobs, has been awarded 1m shares in the company in a bid to keep him at the helm until at least 2021.

▽UK's atomic clock 'is world's most accurate' - BBC
An atomic clock at the UK's National Physical Laboratory (NPL) has the best long-term accuracy of any in the world, research has found.







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