News Headlines - 07 November 2011

▽Doctor guilty of killing Jackson - The Press Association
Michael Jackson's personal physician Dr Conrad Murray has been convicted of the involuntary manslaughter of the star.
Murray gave the King of Pop a fatal overdose of the dangerous anaesthetic propofol, jurors ruled.

▽News of the World hired investigators to spy on hacking victims' lawyers - The Guardian
The News of the World hired a specialist private investigator to run covert surveillance on two of the lawyers representing phone-hacking victims as part of an operation to put pressure on them to stop their work.

▽Greek leaders fail to appoint PM - Financial Times
Greek leaders failed to meet a self-imposed deadline for appointing a new prime minister on Monday after talks stalled with Lucas Papademos, a former vice-president of the European Central Bank, according to officials.

▽Iran ready and able to build a nuclear bomb, UN watchdog warns the world - Telegraph.co.uk
Iran has acquired the know-how and material to build its first nuclear weapon with assistance from a former Soviet scientist, the UN's nuclear safety watchdog will disclose on Tuesday.
A landmark report from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will detail how specialists from Pakistan and North Korea have also helped to take the Islamic regime to the threshold of full nuclear capability.

▽Eurozone debt crisis 'could wipe 10pc off house prices' says Taylor Wimpey - Telegraph.co.uk
House prices in the UK could plunge 10pc as a result of the eurozone debt crisis, the chief executive of Taylor Wimpey has warned.







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