News Headlines - 10 December 2011

▽Clegg 'fury over Cameron EU veto' - The Press Association
Cabinet tensions over David Cameron's decision to veto a European Union treaty have burst into the open as it emerged that Nick Clegg was privately furious with the Prime Minister.Despite publicly backing Mr Cameron, the Liberal Democrat Deputy Prime Minister feels his actions were not in Britain's best interests and leaves the country isolated in Europe.

▽Russian election: Biggest protests since fall of USSR - BBC
Thousands of people have attended the biggest anti-government rally in the Russian capital Moscow since the fall of the Soviet Union.

▽Durban climate change: Talks descend into farce - Telegraph.co.uk
United Nations climate change talks were set ran into a second unscheduled day of negotiations as the latest attempt to force all countries to cut carbon emissions descended into farce.

▽FIFA dismisses Japan radiation in Club World Cup - DAWN.com
FIFA president Sepp Blatter said Saturday that the football organisation had dismissed fears about radiation when choosing quake-striken Japan as the host of this year’s Club World Cup.

▽Skywatchers enjoy lunar eclipse - BBC
Skywatchers have been enjoying the last total lunar eclipse until 2014... Skywatchers have been enjoying the last total lunar eclipse until 2014.







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