News Headlines - 23 April 2012

▽Are markets afraid France will elect a Socialist? - The Associated Press
France's stock market opened deep in the red Monday and the euro tumbled after the Socialist candidate came out on top in the first round of the country's presidential election, raising questions about whether the markets are nervous about a Francois Hollande victory.

▽Le Pen's strong result shocks French rivals - Sydney Morning Herald
THE shock strong showing of far-right candidate Marine Le Pen in the first round of the French presidential elections presents problems for the two main candidates and is expected to force the rhetoric of President Nicolas Sarkozy even further to the right.

▽Dutch political collapse reignites eurozone crisis - FT Adviser
Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte (pictured) is today expected to resign and call a general election after he lost his political majority.

▽Sky News faces Ofcom probe over canoe man email hacking - Evening Standard
Sky News is to be investigated by a media watchdog after it admitted unlawfully hacking into emails.
The broadcaster, which is 39 per cent owned by Rupert Murdoch, faces an Ofcom probe after it emerged one of its reporters hacked emails between “canoe man” John Darwin and his wife Anne.

▽Japanese teen's ball lost in tsunami found in Alaska - CTV.ca
A teenager who lost his home in Japan's devastating tsunami now knows that one prized possession survived: a football that drifted all the way to Alaska.







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