News Headlines - 02 May 2012

▽The New York Times Announces Strong Circulation Gains - MarketWatch
For the ABC reporting period, total average digital circulation for Monday-Friday was 807,026 and for Sunday it was 737,408. This category of circulation includes all paid and verified digital subscription copies as well as paid subscriptions to replica editions and e-readers including Amazon's Kindle and the Barnes & Noble NOOK.

▽Osama bin Laden death anniversary: seven killed in Taliban attack after Barack Obama visits Afghanistan - Telegraph.co.uk
A Taliban suicide attack on a fortified housing compound for foreign workers killed at least seven people just hours after Barack Obama had visited the Afghan capital on the anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death

▽Death of MI6 spy Gareth Williams 'may never be explained' says coroner - Telegraph.co.uk
Dr Wilcox has already said there is insufficient evidence to draw a conclusion of 'unlawful killing.'
Instead she is delivering a narrative verdict, a statement of the facts that allows her to make findings and recommendations but will not deliver a definitive verdict on the circumstances surrounding his death.

▽Euro area unemployment at new high - The Press Association
Record unemployment figures for the 17 countries that use the euro are set to increase the pressure on Europe's leaders to switch from a focus on harsh austerity measures to push for a pro-growth strategy.

▽'Supermoon' Alert: Biggest Full Moon of 2012 Occurs This Week - Space.com
The moon will officially become full Saturday (May 5) at 11:35 p.m. EDT. And because this month's full moon coincides with the moon's perigee — its closest approach to Earth — it will also be the year's biggest.







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