News Headlines - 11 September 2011

▽Americans mark 10th anniversary of September 11 attacks - Reuters
Americans on Sunday remembered the horror of September 11, 2001, and the nearly 3,000 people who died in the hijacked plane attacks as authorities worked to ensure the emotional 10th anniversary was peaceful.

▽4 Suspects Arrested in Swedish Terror Plot - New York Times
Police in Goteborg arrested four people suspected of planning acts of terrorism there Saturday night, police said. Authorities also evacuated an art center there.

▽Russia's embassy in UK says hackers hit website - Reuters
Russia's embassy in London said on Sunday its website crashed in a suspected hacking attack just before Prime Minister David Cameron begins the first visit by a British leader to Moscow since the 2006 killing in London of a Kremlin critic.

▽In Russia, UK's Cameron seeks trade and new ties - The Associated Press
British Prime Minister David Cameron arrives in Moscow on Sunday trying to secure crucial new trade and warmer ties with an often difficult ally, some five years after the poisoning death of a Kremlin critic in London revealed bitter differences.

▽'The British government must confront Russia over human rights abuses' - Telegraph.co.uk
An influential British businessmen has accused David Cameron of going soft on Russia and of naively treating the Kremlin with kid gloves out of a misplaced fear of Moscow.







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