News Headlines - 18 June 2012

Greeks make early attempts to form new government - The Independent

Greek conservative leader Antonis Samaras is starting coalition talks after winning elections that follow weeks of uncertainty over the debt-crippled country's future in the eurozone.

Sigh of relief at G20 summit over Greek election | CTV News

World leaders expressed relief on the eve of a G20 summit that Greek voters had stepped back from the edge and elected a government that supports painful reforms in exchange for a European Union bailout of the country's troubled economy.

The Associated Press: Iran-6 power nuke meeting begins

Iran and six world powers sought elusive common ground Monday in talks meant to reduce tensions over Tehran's nuclear activities that both sides see as crucial to their interests but which are stalled by reluctance to commit to each other's demands.

Queen Sports Badly Bloodshot Eye As She Watches Polo Match In Windsor Great Park | Sky News

Buckingham Palace has declined to say how the Queen came to suffer an extremely bloodshot eye. Her red left eye is clearly visible in photographs taken as she watched polo players take to the field at the Cartier Queen's Cup Final in Surrey.

BBC News - US's IBM supercomputer overtakes Japan's Fujitsu as world's fastest

The newly installed system trumped Japan's K Computer made by Fujitsu which fell to second place. It is the first time the US can claim pole position since it was beaten by China two years ago.








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