News Headlines - 09 January 2012

▽Scots offered vote on breakaway next year - The Independent
David Cameron is to take the high-risk gamble of offering to hold a referendum on Scottish independence next year.

▽Anthony Worrall Thompson 'arrested for shoplifting cheese and wine' - Mirror.co.uk
TV chef Anthony Worrall Thompson has been cautioned by police after he was caught shoplifting cheese and wine from Tesco.
The Ready Steady Cook star was arrested at the supermarket in Henley on Thames after reportedly failing to pay for items at the self-service checkouts five times in 16 days.
Some goods were scanned and paid for while others, including cheese from the deli and bottles of wine, were bagged without being put through the till.
Suspicious staff are believed to have set up a hidden camera in the self-checkout area to catch the 60-year-old and ensure he had not simply forgotten to pay.

▽Iran Imposes Death Sentence on Alleged U.S. Spy - New York Times
Iran’s Revolutionary Court has sentenced to death a former United States Marine of Iranian descent for spying for the Central Intelligence Agency, the semiofficial Fars news agency reported on Monday.

▽Anwar acquittal boosts Malaysia's opposition - BBC
To the great surprise of many of his followers, Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim was found not guilty of the sodomy charge brought against him by a former aide.

▽CES 2012: Technology show offers sneak preview at 'CES Unveiled' - Telegraph.co.uk
The Consumer Electronics Show holds its annual 'CES Unveiled' preview show as hundreds of journalists look for the next big thing in Las Vegas







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