News Headlines - 30 June 2012

The Press Association: Nations start formal talks on Syria

The talks, hosted by the United Nations at its European headquarters in Geneva, are seen as a last-ditch attempt to salvage the peace plan brokered by UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan, a former UN chief, who was joined by his successor, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

BBC News - Brotherhood's Mursi sworn in as Egyptian president

Mohammed Mursi has been sworn in as the country's first civilian, democratically elected president at a historic ceremony in Cairo.

I wish I had been offered presidency of EU, Tony Blair admits - Telegraph

"I sometime wish now that when the presidency came up, I would have taken that position - and actually gone out on a more public campaign about what I thought about Europe," he said in an interview with the Financial Times Weekend magazine.

Ministers order Libor inquiry following bank rate scandal - Telegraph

The review, led by an independent expert, is expected to begin next week and last all summer, reporting back in the early autumn with recommendations on how to change the process over setting the interbank lending rate.

BBC News - London 2012: East London residents march over missiles

East London residents opposed to plans to site surface-to-air missiles on roofs for security during the Olympics, are marching through Bow.








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