News Headlines - 18 September 2011

▽Libya: Tony Blair and Col Gaddafi's secret meetings - Telegraph.co.uk
The letters and emails, found by The Sunday Telegraph, show Mr Blair held secret talks with Gaddafi in the months before Abdelbaset al-Megrahi was freed from a British jail.
He was flown to Libya twice at Gaddafi's expense on one of the former dictator's private jets - visiting the him in June 2008 and April 2009, when Libya was threatening to cut all business links if Megrahi stayed in a British jail.

▽UBS did not notice Adoboli's £1.3bn loss - BBC
I have learned that UBS's internal controls did not pick up the massive loss allegedly generated by its trader Kweku Adoboli.

▽Lib Dem conference: Minister to signal tax crackdown - BBC
More than 2,000 tax inspectors will be recruited to crack down on tax evasion among the wealthiest people in the UK, a Liberal Democrat minister has said.

▽BlackBerry profits collapse - The Guardian
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion is under intense pressure from Wall Street to change its leadership as a worse than expected profit collapse wiped £3bn off the company's value during morning trading in New York.

▽Nasa's Kepler telescope finds planet orbiting two suns - BBC
A planet orbiting two suns - the first confirmed alien world of its kind - has been found by Nasa's Kepler telescope, the US space agency announced.







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