News Headlines - 18 November 2011

▽Natalie Wood case reopened after new evidence emerges - The Guardian
Witness says Wood fought with husband Robert Wagner on fatal night but sheriff's department denies he is suspect

▽Occupy London protesters take over empty UBS bank offices - The Guardian
Activists from the Occupy London movement have abruptly changed tactics, following a month of open-air tent protests, by seizing a vacant office complex owned by a major global bank.

▽Egyptian writers on the 'unfinished revolution' - The Guardian
The pollution in Cairo is legendary, but these days, the air is also heavy with frustration. The euphoria prompted by the successful overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak in February has subsided and there are now warning signs that the freedoms won in those early days of the revolution are in danger of being lost.

▽Iran nuclear: UN voices 'deep concern' over plans - BBC
The UN's nuclear watchdog has passed a resolution expressing "deep and increasing concern" about Iran's nuclear programme.

▽Billions Lost by Olympus May Be Tied to Criminals - New York Times
Japanese officials say that at least $4.9 billion is unaccounted for in a financial scandal at Olympus and are investigating whether much of that money went to companies with links to organized crime.







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