News Headlines - 21 April 2012

▽Bahrain Grand Prix to go ahead despite protester's death - The Guardian
Bahrain's Formula One grand prix will go ahead despite a growing international outcry about the staging of the race in the Gulf state that intensified on Saturdayfollowing the discovery of the body of a protester allegedly abducted from a village by security forces.

▽'Absolute chaos': Fergie fury at Rooney's GB Olympic call-up - Daily Mail
The Mail on Sunday can reveal that England's key striker is one of 10 Manchester United players on Pearce's latest list for London - which has infuriated United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
Ferguson claims that with many Premier League players expected to be involved in the Games, clubs' preparations for the new season - which starts only seven days after the Olympic final in London on August 11 - will be reduced to 'absolute chaos'.

▽Radcliffe's world record is under threat but she clings to dream of golden glory - Daily Mail
Paula Redcliffe's world record - one of athletics' greatest performances - will be under threat as never before in Sunday's London Marathon as the decision to allow the race to become a final trial for the Kenyan Olympic team ensures the capital will witness the strongest field ever assembled.

▽Britain to discover if it is in a double-dip recession - Telegraph.co.uk
The Chancellor will enter Tuesday morning’s Cabinet meeting armed with the knowledge of whether or not the economy shrank in the first quarter of the year. The rest of the world will have to wait a further 24 hours until 9.30am on Wednesday to find out.

▽Japan to write off $3.7bn Burma debt - BBC
Japan has agreed to write off more than $3.7bn (£2.29bn) of debt owed by Burma and to resume development aid.







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