News Headlines - 06 June 2012

Legionnaires' disease toll spirals as new cases investigated - Telegraph

One man has died and 15 other people are in a critical condition in hospital following the outbreak in Edinburgh, with a further 15 suspected cases being investigated. The Scottish Health Secretary Nicola Sturgeon said it is a significant outbreak of considerable concern.

Eyes turn skyward to witness transit of Venus across the sun - Science - News - The Independent

From the US to South Korea, people around the world turned their attention to the daytime sky on last night and early this morning in Asia to make sure they caught the rare sight of the transit of Venus. The next one won't be for another 105 years.

Now Moody's downgrades seven GERMAN banks as Spain begs for help | Mail Online

Seven German banks have been downgraded by one of the most reputable rating agencies amid fears that eurozone debt will hit the country. Moody's said it would be cutting the rating of Germany's second biggest bank, Commerzbank AG, from A2 to A3 for the long term with a negative outlook.

Queen's diamond jubilee: BBC takes TV ratings crown | Media | guardian.co.uk

BBC1's ratings highlights over the bank holiday included average audiences of 14.7 million viewers for Monday night's Diamond Jubilee Concert and 10.3 million for the much-maligned Diamond Jubilee Thames Pageant on Sunday afternoon.

Kagawa's Japan team-mates react to transfer: It's like something from a comic book - Goal.com

Kagawa will become the fifth Japanese to play in the Premier League following Junichi Inamoto (Arsenal and Fulham), Kazuyuki Toda (Tottenham), Hidetoshi Nakata (Bolton), and Ryo Miyaichi (Arsenal and Bolton).








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