News Headlines - 17 September 2011

▽Liberal Democrats vow to fight rightwing policies of 'ruthless' Tories - The Guardian
Nick Clegg's Liberal Democrats have vowed to face down "ruthless" and "extreme" forces in the Tory party to protect the British people from right-wing policies that would widen inequality and benefit the rich.

▽Welsh mining disaster: grieving families want mine 'sealed for good' - Telegraph.co.uk
Holding on to each other in their grief, the family of one of the four Welsh miners killed in the Gleision pit disaster laid cards and flowers at the spot where the men last saw the light of day.

▽Death toll rises to 9 in Nevada air race crash; close to 60 injured - CNN
The number of people killed when a pilot lost control of his vintage plane and crashed into spectators during an air race over Reno, Nevada, rose to nine Saturday.
Seven people died on the tarmac, including the pilot, and two more died in hospitals, Reno police said. Officials had previously put the death toll at three. Close to 60 were injured in the incident, which occurred Friday.

▽US links militant group to Pakistan government - ABC Online
The United States says there is evidence linking the Pakistani government to the militant group that carried out last week's attack on the US embassy in Kabul.

▽Berlusconi boasts of sleeping with eight women in one night - Telegraph.co.uk
Silvio Berlusconi was at the centre of further sordid revelations about his sex life on Saturday after the Italian leader was caught boasting of having sex with eight women in one night.







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