News Headlines - 28 April 2012

▽Tear gas fired as 25,000 rally for Malaysia reforms - Globe and Mail
Police unleashed tear gas and chemical-laced water Saturday at thousands of demonstrators who staged one of Malaysia's largest street rallies in years, demanding fair rules for national elections expected soon.

▽Manhunt Widens For Double Murder Suspect - Sky News
Police have widened the search for double murder suspect James Allen, who they believe may be trying to grow his hair as a disguise.
Allen is being hunted by police following the separate murders of Julie Davison, 50, in Whitby, North Yorkshire, and 81-year-old Colin Dunford in Middlesbrough.

▽David Cameron opens way for inquiry into Jeremy Hunt over BSkyB bid - Telegraph.co.uk
Downing Street has distanced itself for the first time from Jeremy Hunt, the Culture Secretary, as questions mount over his dealings with the Murdoch empire.

▽Spanish unemployment hits record 5.64 million - BBC
Spanish unemployment has hit a new record high, official figures have shown.
The number of unemployed people reached 5,639,500 at the end of March, with the unemployment rate hitting 24.4%, the national statistics agency said.

▽UK industry to build Solar Orbiter satellite - BBC
British industry will lead the production of Solar Orbiter (SolO), a spacecraft that will travel closer to the Sun than any satellite to date.







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