News Headlines - 10 November 2011

▽Lucas Papademos to lead Greece's interim coalition government - The Guardian
Greece's party leaders agreed to give Papademos the mandate to form an interim coalition government to replace that of George Papandreou. He will be sworn in as prime minister at noon on Friday, the presidential palace announced.

▽James Murdoch 'knows nothing' - BBC
If James Murdoch's reputation took a further battering today, it was because he was forced to apologise for and deny knowledge of yet more wrong doing - including the covert surveillance of members of the select committee and of lawyers who represent victims of phone hacking by the News of the World.

▽Prince William to go to the Falklands for six-week posting during 30th anniversary of conflict - Daily Mail
Prince William will undertake a six-week tour of duty in the Falkland Islands early next year, the 30th anniversary of the conflict.
The future king, an RAF Search and Rescue pilot, will fly to the South Atlantic in February for the posting without his new wife.

▽Poppy-Burning Extremist Group Banned In UK - Sky News
A poppy-burning Muslim group which has now been banned in the UK has exclusively told Sky News it has cancelled an Armistice Day demonstration.
Speaking to Sky's security editor Sam Kiley, Muslims Against Crusades (MAC) spokesman Anjem Choudary said the "Hell for Heroes" protest would not go ahead.

▽Recovering Japan automakers now fight Thai floods - Boston.com
Among Japan's automakers, Honda Motor Co. has been the worst hit by the Thai flooding -- a disaster that arrived just as automakers were recovering from the production slide caused by the March 11 tsunami in northeastern Japan that wiped out parts suppliers. Others such as Toyota Motor Corp. and Mitsubishi Motors Corp. have also suffered.







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