News Headlines - 15 June 2012

Banks shares jump on Osborne's £140bn stimulus plan - Telegraph

Shares in Britain’s largest banks were among the biggest risers this morning as the market gave a cautious thumbs up to the government’s plans to provide £140bn of emergency funding to support the economy.

Shock as second man dies of Legionnaires’ disease - Scotsman.com

It is reported that he was in his 40s and from Gorgie, and was one of the first people to be admitted to the hospital after the outbreak started. NHS Lothian said he had significant pre-existing health conditions.

Argentina's president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner demands talks over Falkland Islands | Metro.co.uk

Argentina's president has demanded Britain enters into talks over the sovereignty of the Falklands, as the 30th anniversary of the island's liberation is marked.

Dalai Lama dismisses Chinese protest over UK tour | guardian.co.uk

The Dalai Lama has dismissed a protest by China's Communist rulers as "quite routine" at the start of a 10-day trip to the UK – while the comedian Russell Brand, who will appear with him on Saturday at Manchester Arena, promised he would behave.

Japan arrests last Aum fugitive - FT.com

Japanese police have arrested the final fugitive from the Aum religious cult which traumatised Japan with a deadly sarin gas attack in Tokyo in 1995.








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