News Headlines - 23 November 2011

▽German bond sale fails to attract buyers - Financial Times
Germany saw one of its poorest debt sales on Wednesday in what was seen as a failed auction by many market participants amid fears the eurozone’s debt crisis is spreading all the way to Berlin.

▽Egyptian police, protesters clash for 5th day in central Cairo as UN condemns violence - Washington Post
Egyptian police clashed with anti-government protesters for a fifth day in central Cairo Wednesday as a rights group raised the overall death toll from the ongoing unrest to at least 38. The United Nations strongly condemned what it called the use of excessive force by security forces.

▽Hacking 'much more widespread' - The Press Association
A lawyer for phone-hacking victims has claimed that the illegal interception of voicemails was "much more widespread" than just the News of the World.

▽DMGT profits fall as regional ads slump - The Guardian
Daily Mail & General Trust has reported a 15% fall in pre-tax profit to £125m in the year to 2 October, as profits plunged 37% at its ailing Northcliffe Media regional newspaper business.

▽F.C.C. Seeks Review of AT&T Merger With T-Mobile - New York Times
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission took steps Tuesday to block the proposed $39 billion merger of the mobile phone companies AT&T and T-Mobile USA.







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