News Headlines - 28 June 2012

BBC News - Julian Assange sent extradition notice by Met Police

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been served with an extradition notice by the Metropolitan Police. Officers from the extradition unit delivered a note to Mr Assange at Ecuador's London embassy.

Libor Process Under Review - WSJ.com

The process for setting one of the world's most important interest rates veered toward a shake-up when the U.K. banking group responsible for the rate asked government officials to intervene.

CNN, Fox botch Supreme Court health-care decision in latest media misstep - The Washington Post

Those reports quickly made their way to other news outlets and were spread far and wide via Twitter. Except the information was wrong. Within minutes, the full story emerged.

News Corp announces plans to split - WSJ.com

Calling it the next logical step in an evolution over nearly six decades, Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. said Thursday that it will split into two publicly traded companies. As part of the split, one company will operate as a newspaper and book publisher, and the other will be an entertainment company that will include the 20th Century Fox movie studio, the Fox broadcast TV network and the Fox News cable channel.

Match Report: Germany 1-2 Italy - Goal.com

The enigmatic striker has come through on the big stage, with two well-taken first half goals leading the Azzurri into the Euro final for the first time since 2000








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