News Headlines - 13 November 2011

▽Japan's Free-Trade Move Criticized - Wall Street Journal
Japan's prime minister hoped for praise at the weekend summit of Asia-Pacific leaders here for his bold pledge to join a U.S.-led free-trade pact—but the move drew instant skepticism abroad and at home, showing just how difficult the process will be for Tokyo.

▽Obama Puts Pressure on China as U.S. Asserts Influence in Asia - Bloomberg
President Barack Obama used his role as host of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit to pressure China on currency and intellectual property rights while telling voters that nations in the region are counting on U.S. leadership.

▽Queen to lead remembrance tribute - BBC
The Queen will lay a wreath at the Cenotaph in London later as part of Remembrance Sunday events around the UK to honour the country's war dead.

▽Argentina slams 'provocative' Prince William military posting - Metro
Britain has been branded 'provocative' after it was revealed that Prince William will be posted to the Falkland Islands.

▽Heathrow passenger numbers decline - The Guardian
Heathrow Airport has suffered its first decline in passengers since last year as airlines cut domestic flights.
Britain's largest airport carried just over 6 million people in October, a fall of 1.3% on the same period last year and bringing to an end nine consecutive months of growth.







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