News Headlines - 18 March 2012

▽Muamba facing critical 24 hours after he collapses on pitch - The Northern Echo
Bolton manager Owen Coyle admitted this morning that his player Fabrice Muamba is fighting for his life after collapsing during the match with Tottenham.

▽This American Life retracts report criticising Apple factory - Telegraph.co.uk
The programme aired on January 6, 2012, and became the most popular podcast in the history of the series.
Yesterday, Ira Glass, the host of the show, issued a statement saying that Daisey lied to him and to factcheckers before the show was broadcast.

▽Julian Assange to run for Australian senate - The Guardian
The WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange plans to run for a seat in Australia's senate next year despite being under virtual house arrest in the UK and facing sex crime allegations in Sweden.

▽Mystery over Labour office break-in - The Press Association
Mystery still surrounds a break-in at the parliamentary offices of the Labour leadership as party sources indicated that it was "deeply concerned" about the security breach.

▽Syrian opposition to protest on one-year anniversary of uprising’s first big rallies - Washington Post
Syrian opposition groups are calling for protests Sunday in the capital Damascus and elsewhere to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the first nationwide demonstrations of the country’s uprising.







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