News Headlines - 20 February 2012

▽Murdoch resumes Sunday service as a new Sun rises - Sydney Morning Herald
The successor to Rupert Murdoch's scandal-shuttered News of the World newspaper will begin publication in a week's time, a senior News Corp executive says.

▽UN Nuclear Inspectors in Iran to Investigate Atomic Program - Voice of America
A team of United Nations nuclear inspectors is in Iran for a visit aimed at resolving the dispute about Iran's nuclear program.
The delegation from the International Atomic Energy Agency arrived in Tehran Monday.  It is led by IAEA chief nuclear inspector Herman Nackaerts, who said his top priority is analyzing the "possible military dimensions of Iran's nuclear program." 

▽Greece Expects Eurogroup To End Uncertainty Over Loan - Wall Street Journal
Greek Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos said he expects the country's European partners to reach a final decision on a new EUR130 billion loan deal for the country at a meeting of euro-zone finance ministers set for later Monday in Brussels.

▽Japan trade deficit rises to record level - Financial Times
Last year Japan’s trade balance fell into an annual deficit for the first time since 1980, driven by subdued global demand and soaring fossil fuel imports in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear power crisis.

▽Lloyds takes back £2m of bonuses paid to executives - BBC
Lloyds Banking Group is taking back bonuses worth £2m from 10 executives, including the former chief executive Eric Daniels, the BBC has learned.







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