News Headlines - 17 May 2012

▽Bond markets attack Spain as contagion fears spread - Evening Standard
Deeply indebted Spain was forced to pay through the nose for much-needed funds today amid growing doubts over its banks.

▽Facebook set for monster floatation - The Independent
Facebook is heading for one of the biggest ever US stock flotations when it sells hundreds of millions of shares to the public.

▽New twist in solar tariff cuts saga - The Press Association
The Government is considering "tweaking" the start date for the next reduction in solar tariffs, Energy and Climate Change Secretary Edward Davey has said, insisting there would be no "massive change".

▽Trial of the 'Butcher of Bosnia' suspended indefinitely because of 'prosecution errors' - Daily Mail
The trial of the 'Butcher of Bosnia' has been delayed indefinitely - because of 'errors' by prosecutors in disclosing evidence to his defence lawyers.
Ratko Mladic's second day in court descended into farce when presiding judge Alphons Orie suspended the hearing. His lawyers have asked for a six-month delay.

▽Tributes to war reporter Colvin at London service - AFP
War reporter Marie Colvin was described as the "bravest of the brave" at a memorial service in London on Wednesday for the Sunday Times journalist who was killed while covering the conflict in Syria.







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