News Headlines - 24 June 2012

Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Morsi declared president of Egypt | guardian.co.uk

The Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Morsi has been declared Egypt's first post-revolutionary president, bringing an end to days of feverish speculation amid increased divisions and polarisation.

BBC News - Turkey seeks diplomacy not war

Turkey's decision to call a Nato meeting to discuss the downing of one of its warplanes by Syrian air defences is a measure of the seriousness of the current situation but it also sends a signal that, for now at least, Ankara is looking for a concerted diplomatic response rather than taking military action of its own.

The Associated Press: Greek PM cannot attend EU summit due to surgery

Antonis Samaras, 61, underwent surgery for a detached retina for nearly four hours Saturday, just three days after being sworn in at the head of a three-party coalition government formed after two inconclusive general elections.

Natwest: Problems Mounting For Customer Unable To Access The Bank's Website | Sky News

The IT fiasco affacting Natwest, RBS and Ulster Bank that has brought financial chaos to millions dragged into a sixth day with customers facing further frustration. Customers who had previously been able to view their balances - albeit out of date - earlier told Sky News that they could not access the website at all for a period.

Archbishop of Canterbury renews attack on David Cameron's Big Society - Telegraph

The concept is seen by the public as an attempt to hide a “deeply damaging withdrawal of the state from its responsibilities to the most vulnerable”, Dr Rowan Williams said. The Archbishop’s criticism of the Coalition comes months before he is due to step down from his post and is contained in an as yet unpublished book.








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