News Headlines - 11 November 2011

▽Hacking police find 'bombshell' emails: Now detectives may want to question James Murdoch - Daily Mail
Police investigating phone-hacking at the News of the World have recovered a series of ‘bombshell’ emails which they believe takes the inquiry to ‘a new level’.
The emails were among tens of thousands held by the newspaper at a data storage facility in India.
Police are believed to want to question News International chief James Murdoch and former Sun and News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks about their contents.

▽BSkyB chairman James Murdoch under fire from investor group - This is Money
BSKYB has come under fire from Britain’s leading investor body over the role of chairman James Murdoch.
The Association of British Insurers, which represents big City investors, has issued an ‘amber-top’ alert to its members over the broadcaster’s corporate governance.

▽Eurozone crisis will hit UK hard, warns Cameron - The Guardian
Britain's economy will be hit hard by further turmoil in the eurozone, David Cameron has warned, despite widespread relief on world financial markets as a new leader was installed in Greece and Italian politicians backed harsh austerity measures.

▽London wins bid to host 2017 World Athletics Championships - The Guardian
London has beaten Doha to the 2017 world athletics championships, leading Lord Coe and the bid team to claim their victory would have far-reaching benefits for the sport and the Olympics legacy.

▽Japan to Join Talks on Pacific Trade Pact - New York Times
In a contentious move that could make or break his government, Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda said Friday that Japan would join talks toward an ambitious pan-Pacific free trade pact. The accord would potentially open up new markets for Japanese exporters but enrage the nation’s powerful farmers, who say their livelihoods would be wiped out.







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