News Headlines - 03 November 2011

▽Greece may leave euro, leaders admit - The Guardian
The G20 is planning to increase the crisis-fighting firepower of the International Monetary Fund after the first day of its summit was dominated by the first open admission from EU leaders that it might be necessary for Greece to leave the eurozone if the single currency is to survive.

▽A Greek Euro-Zone Exit Would Be Messy - Wall Street Journal
The chances of Greece leaving the euro may have fallen on Thursday as the likelihood of a referendum receded. But the open airing of that possibility has broken the single most important rule governing the issue: If you're going to do it, don't advertise it beforehand.

▽Japan’s nuclear conundrum The $64 billion question - The Economist
Once the Fukushima nuclear plant is stable, the government should temporarily nationalise its operator

▽Phone-hacking: Police revise up number of potential victims - BBC
A total of 5,795 people may have had their phones hacked by the News of the World (NoW) newspaper, police now say.

▽James Bond: Skyfall opens new chapter for 007 - BBC
The title was, as the James Bond producers admitted, "the worst-kept secret in London".
The name Skyfall had been heavily rumoured after it was registered as an internet domain earlier this year.







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