News Headlines - 11 June 2012

Left poised for victory that would clear François Hollande to pursue growth - The Independent

The moderate left was on course for a comfortable victory in French parliamentary elections last night, strengthening President François Hollande's grip on power.

Video: Gordon Brown at the Leveson Inquiry: 'I never gave permission for Sun story about my son' - Telegraph

The former Labour Prime Minister denies he or his wife Sarah ever gave permission for The Sun to publish a story about their son's diagnosis with cystic fibrosis.

BBC News - Bank account application fraud rising

It says in the first three months of this year, about 0.44% of all attempts to open an account were fraudulent. This was 23% more than in the last three months of 2011 and the highest rate in the past three years.

Tensions may rise over islands |chinadaily.com.cn

Tensions may erupt again as a group of conservative Japanese politicians and political activists held a fishing campaign on Sunday in waters near the Diaoyu Islands to demonstrate "Japan's sovereignty", according to Japan's Asia News Agency.

What to expect from WWDC 2012 - CNET

There's a poignant note to this year's proceedings, as it's the first WWDC since the passing of Steve Jobs. His successor, Tim Cook, is expected on stage instead, along with the usual Apple presenters, such as marketing chief Phil Schiller and Scott Forstall, Apple's senior vice-president for iOS.








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