News Headlines - 03 April 2012

▽Police: Shooter in California college attack killed victims execution-style - CNN
The man who went on a shooting spree at a small religious college in Oakland was upset at the school for dismissing him -- and killed his seven victims execution-style, the city police chief said Tuesday.

▽Top JP Morgan banker Ian Hannam resigns over £450,000 fine for market abuse - Telegraph.co.uk
Ian Hannam, one of JP Morgan's most senior bankers, resigned abruptly on Tuesday after being fined by Britain's financial watchdog for market abuse related to insider information on Heritage Oil emailed to a prospective client.

▽Japan’s Strongest Storm Since 1959 Forecast to Slam Tokyo - BusinessWeek
Airlines canceled hundreds of flights, some train services were halted and thousands of workers went home early as Japan’s weather agency forecast the strongest winds in more than 50 years will hit Tokyo today.

▽A Tale of Two Britains: South is bathed in sunshine while Scotland freezes - Daily Mail
Britain was today facing a stark north south weather divide – with parts of Scotland shivering under a blanket of snow and sub-zero temperatures while most of England basked in yet more sun.
After a week of record highs north of the border, where temperatures were hotter than Athens, Bermuda, Cairo, Lisbon and Rome, the country was plunged back to winter.
And the icy conditions look set to track south, putting an end to the unseasonably warm weather for all of the UK.

▽Premier League - Ferguson: Still a long way to go - Yahoo! Eurosport UK
Manchester United took a big step to retaining their Premier League title with a 2-0 win over Blackburn Rovers but manager Sir Alex Ferguson refused to get carried away with the significance of the victory.







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