News Headlines - 12 September 2012

U.S. Ambassador to Libya Is Killed - WSJ.com

The U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens, and three other American diplomats were killed when suspected Libyan religious extremists stormed the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi late Tuesday, according to Libyan Deputy Prime Minister Mustafa Abushagour.

AFP: Profile: Chris Stevens, US envoy who hailed Libya revolt

US ambassador Chris Stevens had supported the Libyan revolt that overthrew Moamer Kadhafi, but now has now been struck down in an attack by forces unleashed after the strongman's fall.

The Associated Press: Romney criticizes Obama in wake of embassy attacks

Republican Mitt Romney slammed the Obama administration's handling of foreign affairs in the wake of attacks on U.S. diplomatic missions in Egypt and Libya, as the presidential campaign lurched back to negative mode after a one-day pause for reflection over the Sept. 11 terror attacks.

Hillsborough disaster: David Cameron apologises for 'double injustice' | Football | guardian.co.uk

David Cameron said he was "profoundly sorry" for the failures that caused the Hillsborough disaster and the subsequent attempts to shift blame for the tragedy on to supporters after the publication of a damning report on the events 23 years ago that left 96 dead.

UK employment rises to four-year high - Telegraph

UK employment hit the highest level in more than four years in August and jobless claims fell by the largest amount in over two years, suggesting an Olympics boost and raising hopes that the jobs market is improving.








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