News Headlines - 02 December 2011

▽Merkel urges euro fiscal union to tackle debt crisis - BBC
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said Europe is working towards setting up a "fiscal union", in a bid to resolve the eurozone's debt crisis.

▽Attack on UK embassy in Iran 'had support of the state' - BBC
The ruling regime in Iran are likely to have supported an attack on the UK's embassy in Tehran, the British ambassador to the country has said.

▽Jeremy Clarkson's One Show rant: complaints hit 21,000 - The Guardian
Jeremy Clarkson may have apologised, but the outrage over his comments on public sector strikers being shot continues – with more than 21,000 complaints to the BBC by early Friday morning.

▽Woodford vs Olympus execs / Battle moves into proxy fight at extra shareholders meeting - The Daily Yomiuri
Former Olympus Corp. President Michael Woodford's battle to streamline the management of the scandal-hit major optical maker has moved to the next stage: a proxy fight between him and current President Shuichi Takayama and other board members.

▽Fastest Trains in the World - Siliconindia.com
1. China CRH2
2. JR-Maglev MLX01 – Japan
3. Taiwan THSR 700T
4. Shinkansen of Japan
5. AVE Spain







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