News Headlines - 08 June 2012

Eurozone crisis: Spain to seek financial bailout on Saturday | Business | guardian.co.uk

Spain is on Saturday expected to become the fourth eurozone country to seek international help for its debt crisis when Europe's policy leaders agree a package to bail out its crippled banking sector.

Japanese PM calls for nuclear restart | News | DW.DE | 08.06.2012

The Japanese prime minister has reiterated his call for two nuclear reactors to be restarted. The decision is likely to be unpopular with some Japanese voters.

Oil price losing streak continues | Business | guardian.co.uk

Longest period of decline in crude prices since 1998 as markets expect reduced demand for fuel from the US and China, the world's biggest consumers of crude

BBC News - Syria massacre: UN team reaches Qubair village

UN monitors have reached the village of Qubair in western Syria where a massacre took place on Wednesday, says a BBC reporter travelling with them.

Uefa confirms racist abuse of Holland players at pre-Euro 2012 training in Krakow, Poland | Metro.co.uk

The tournament in Poland and Ukraine looks set to begin under a cloud after Bert van Marwijk's side were subjected to monkey chants. After reports from various media outlets, Uefa have now acknowledged there were 'isolated incidents of racist chanting', although they say they will only take action if there is a repeat of the scenes.








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