News Headlines - 09 September 2012

France shooting: was Saad Al-Hilli assassinated over secret defence contract? - Telegraph

Detectives investigating the shooting in the alps massacre are looking into whether Saad Al-Hilli could have been targeted over links to the defence industry... There is growing speculation over the motives for the killings. French detectives are reportedly keen to question work colleagues of Saad after discovering that he was killed while working on a secret contract for one of Britain's biggest defence companies.

Dozens Killed In Wave of Bomb Attacks In Iraq

A string of car bombings and shootings sees at least 44 people killed as Iraq continues to struggle against Islamist militants.

Thousands protest in Japan against US plan to deploy Osprey aircraft | Fox News

Pacific Rim leaders pledged Sunday to fend off the deepening damage from the European crisis and revive flagging growth in the region by supporting open trade, reforming their economies and strengthening public finances.

Hong Kong voters flock to polls after protests and government climbdowns | guardian.co.uk

Hong Kong voters have gone to the polls in greater numbers than ever, after days of political drama in which students on hunger strike forced the government to drop an unpopular education policy extolling the merits of mainland China.

Kindle Fire HD ad opt-outs will cost $15 | TechRadar

Amazon has announced that new Kindle Fire HD owners will be able to kill the lock screen advertisements, but for a fee. Owners will need to fork out $15 (around £10) to rid their new tablets of the 'special offers' that appear each time they lock the screen.








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