News Headlines - 13 May 2012

▽Top Afghan peace negotiator shot dead in Kabul - AFP
A senior Afghan peace negotiator and close ally of President Hamid Karzai was shot dead in Kabul Sunday, dealing a major blow to Kabul's efforts to broker peace with Taliban insurgents.

▽Two British servicemen killed in Afghanistan - Channel 4 News
Afghan police shot dead two British servicemen and gunmen killed a peace negotiator in separate attacks that undermine the country's attempt to negotiate a peace deal with Taliban insurgents.

▽Greek president to hold last-ditch government talks - CNN
Greek President Karolos Papoulias will hold last-ditch talks with political party leaders Sunday, a week after elections where angry voters punished mainstream parties by backing a range of fringe groups.

▽Bid accepted for Rangers - The Press Association
A consortium headed by former Sheffield United chief executive Charles Green have had an offer accepted for Rangers.
Rangers administrators Duff and Phelps confirmed on Sunday morning, on the eve of Rangers' final game of the season, that the group fronted by Green had been given the nod.

▽Hitachi President Prods Turnaround - Wall Street Journal
When Hiroaki Nakanishi became Hitachi Ltd.'s president in April 2010, the Japanese electronics behemoth was in the darkest period of its 102-year history, with four years of losses totaling nearly \1 trillion ($12.5 billion).
Hitachi is now undergoing one of the most remarkable turnarounds in Japanese corporate history.







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