News Headlines - 29 June 2012

Assange's fate in Ecuador's hands as he defies police request to surrender - The Independent

A representative for the WikiLeaks founder said today that his legal team had advised him to “decline to comply” with an order which requested that the Australian-born campaigner visited a police station in Belgravia this morning. Doing so would have meant imminent arrest because Mr Assange has broken his bail conditions.

Casino and retail banking 'need to be separated' says BoE boss King | This is Money

Sir Mervyn King yesterday launched a scathing attack on ‘deceitful’ and ‘shoddy’ bankers and called for a radical shake-up with the 'casino' investment banks split from the traditional high street operations.

South Korea and Japan put intelligence pact on hold | guardian.co.uk

A political outcry in Seoul has forced South Korea and Japan to put an intelligence sharing pact on hold less than an hour before it was due to be formally signed, in a major embarrassment for both countries.

Apple scores second legal win vs Samsung in a week | Reuters

A U.S. judge on Friday granted Apple Inc's request for a pre-trial injunction against the sale of Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's Galaxy Nexus phone, handing the iPhone maker its second legal victory against Samsung in a week.

BBC News - Two Eta suspects remanded by UK court

Two alleged members of the Basque separatist group Eta have been remanded in custody by a London court over alleged terrorist offences in Spain.








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