News Headlines - 28 May 2012

▽Tony Blair - The godfather - BBC
The former prime minister confessed that he had decided to "manage... not confront" the power of the press. In other words, he'd decided to form a relationship with the media which he described as "unhealthy" - a word he said he preferred to "cozy".

▽Egypt to announce election results today - AFP
Unofficial results announced by state media and candidates showed the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Mursi in first place and ex-prime minister Ahmed Shafiq in close second after the May 23-24 vote.

▽British woman in Bali could face death penalty after drugs arrest - Metro
Lindsay Sandiford, a 56-year-old British woman, has been arrested on suspicion of trafficking cocaine worth around £1.6m into Bali, where the death penalty still exists for this type of crime.

▽Two Tibetans burn themselves as fiery protest spreads to Lhasa - The Hindu
Two Tibetans set themselves on fire near an important Tibetan Buddhist monastery at the heart of Lhasa on Sunday, in the first self-immolation protests reported in the capital city of the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR).

▽Shot Naked Man 'Was Chewing Victim's Face Off' - Sky News
US police have fatally shot a naked man who was chewing on the face of another naked man in the middle of a busy road.







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