News Headlines - 10 September 2012

London 2012: your highlights from Britain's 'golden summer' | guardian.co.uk

During almost six weeks of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in London, our readers have shared their experiences and views of the sporting spectacle and of its impact on communities in London and beyond. We've heard from volunteers and those watching the events, to torchbearers and international viewers following the action from afar.

BBC News - Union members back co-ordinated strikes over public sector pay

The TUC has voted at its annual Congress to support co-ordinated strike action over a public sector pay freeze.

BBC News - Alps shootings: Bomb squad visits Saad al-Hilli home

Army bomb disposal experts have visited the Surrey home of a British man, shot dead with his wife, mother-in-law and a cyclist in the French Alps last week.

Body found dead on path could have fallen from Heathrow-bound plane - London 24

A man who was found dead on a pavement could have fallen from the undercarriage of a plane on its way to Heathrow airport.

Emma Watson 'most dangerous' celebrity to search for online - Telegraph

Emma Watson has been named as the favourite bait for cyber criminals attempting to lure internet users to malicious sites








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