News Headlines - 11 April 2012

▽Rioter who burned historic furniture store jailed for 11 years - Telegraph.co.uk
A family whose 140-year-old business was burned to the ground during last summer’s riots in London have accepted an apology from Gordon Thompson, the arsonist who destroyed their lives.

▽7-Shooter of black Florida teenager charged with murder - Reuters
A special prosecutor in Florida charged neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman with second-degree murder on Wednesday in the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin, a move protesters had demanded for weeks in a racially charged case that has riveted the United States.

▽British Airways plans to cut jobs at Gatwick Airport - BBC
Almost 600 British Airways (BA) employees at Gatwick Airport could lose their jobs or be transferred to another company as part of plans by the airline to cut costs.

▽Ryanair to announce further cuts at Edinburgh Airport - BBC
The budget airline said in February it would reduce its number of aircraft based at the airport from seven to six and cut five routes.
The move followed the breakdown in talks with operator BAA over a reduction in charges for using the airport.

▽The rise and fall of China's golden couple - Telegraph.co.uk
Bo Xilai, 62, believed he could one day become China’s paramount ruler. His second wife, Gu Kailai, a beautiful and driven 54-year-old lawyer, had her own nickname: Lady Macbeth. Today, both are under house arrest. If history is any guide to how the Communist party treats former leaders, Mr Bo is unlikely ever to be seen in public again. Their 24-year-old son Bo Guagua, a Harvard student, has gone into hiding. Once a playboy who cavorted around Beijing in a red Ferrari, he may now need protection from the United States.







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