News Headlines - 04 November 2011

▽Greek PM: Will Start Talks With All Parties To Form Coalition Government - Wall Street Journal
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou said Friday that he will start talks with all parties for the formation of a coalition government that will ratify a bailout package by Greece's creditors.

▽Head of UK border force Brodie Clark suspended - BBC
The head of the UK border force has been suspended by the Home Office following allegations staff were told to relax some identity checks.

▽Markets fall as G20 indecision revives doubts over eurozone rescue plan - Telegraph.co.uk
Traders sold Italian, German, French and Spanish equities as world leaders left Cannes without delivering concrete resolutions for the eurozone - just hours before Greek prime minister George Papandreou won a crucial a vote of confidence in parliament. The PM won by 153 votes to 145, clearing the way for a new coalition government and the next tranche of EU bail-out money to be paid..

▽Japan auto output still slowed from Thai flood - Atlanta Journal Constitution
The manufacturing disruptions from the flooding in Thailand are continuing to take their toll on Japanese automakers.

▽David Beckham wants English manager to replace Capello - BBC
David Beckham says he wants an Englishman to lead the national team after Fabio Capello steps down following Euro 2012.







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