News Headlines - 01 May 2012

▽Le Pen Aide: French Will Be Disappointed Whatever Outcome Of Elections - Wall Street Journal
"If (Socialist candidate Francois) Hollande is elected, very well, but in six months the French people will be disappointed. If (President Nicolas) Sarkozy is re-elected they'll be disappointed in two months, because they know him already," Florian Philippot said in a television interview Tuesday.

▽One year on after raid, Pakistan keeps its Osama secrets - Hindustan Times
One year since US commandos flew into this Pakistani army town of Abbottabad and killed Osama bin Laden, Islamabad has failed to answer tough questions over whether its security forces were protecting the world's most wanted terrorist.

▽James Murdoch to be criticised by phone-hacking report - The Guardian
James Murdoch will be formally criticised by MPs investigating the phone-hacking scandal on Tuesday, but their assessment of his conduct is expected to fall just short of accusing the former chairman of News International of misleading parliament about the extent of his knowledge of the affair.

▽Oil giant BP sees fall in profits to £2.95bn - The Independent
Oil giant BP revealed a dip in profits today as its commitment to sell off billions of pounds of assets in the wake of the Gulf of Mexico disaster hit production.

▽Derby win sends City to summit - The Press Association
Victory at Newcastle on Sunday, followed by another at home to QPR on the final day will, barring a mathematical miracle, be enough to secure the Blues their first title since 1968.







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