News Headlines - 25 September 2011

▽IMF urges ECB to play bigger crisis-fighting role -
A top IMF official on Sunday said the European Central Bank was the only player powerful enough to "scare" financial markets and keep the euro zone's debt crisis from further damaging the global economy.

▽Saudi king gives women right to vote - AFP
Saudi King Abdullah on Sunday granted women the right to vote and run in municipal elections, in a historic first for the ultra-conservative country where women are subjected to many restrictions.

▽Tuition fees: Labour pledges maximum cap of £6,000 - BBC
The maximum university fee for students in England would be cut by a third under Labour, Ed Miliband has said.
If the party was in power now it would reduce the cap from £9,000 to £6,000 to ease the debt burden on students, the Labour leader told Andrew Marr.

▽Microsoft explains Windows 8 boot to quell Linux fears - ZDNet UK
Microsoft has become locked in a dispute over whether the boot process in Windows 8 will block Linux from running on hardware designed for the next version of its flagship platform.

▽Amazon's next Kindle aimed at iPad - Victoria Times Colonist
Amazon has announced plans for a press conference Wednesday in New York, raising speculation that the company will provide its first glimpse of the new Kindle. The latest iteration of the e-book reader will have an improved interface and double as a tablet computer, with a touch screen in full colour, said Anupam Palit, an analyst at GreenCrest Capital Management.







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