News Headlines - 18 April 2012

▽European banks could trigger fresh credit crunch, warns IMF - The Guardian
Europe's banks risk triggering a major credit crunch if they all take drastic action to repair their balance sheets at the same time, the International Monetary Fund said on Wednesday.

▽Rise in public anger found on Twitter before riots - Telegraph.co.uk
Scientists from Bristol University found evidence of public anger in the days before widespread violence and looting on the streets by studying millions of tweets.
After examining the mood of the messages of 140 characters or less, they found an increase in anger and fear levels in the summer of 2011.

▽Phone hacking: journalist files sent to prosecutors - BBC
Four files relating to alleged offences committed by journalists have been sent to the Crown Prosecution Service to consider if charges can be brought.

▽Neil Heywood death: China commits to full investigation into Bo Xilai scandal - Telegraph.co.uk
China's ruling Communist Party said on Wednesday that it is committed to investigating a political scandal that includes the suspected murder of a British businessman, following new appeals by David Cameron.

▽China rejects call to settle sea dispute in int'l court - Philippine Star
China has rejected the Philippines' appeal to take the dispute over Scarborough (Panatag) Shoal to an international court.







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