News Headlines - 19 September 2012

BBC News - Japan-China row: Media worried about economic impact

As the tension between China and Japan over the disputed Diaoyu or Senkaku islands continues, concern is growing in the media on both sides about the possible economic impact of anti-Japanese protests in China.

France ramps up embassy security after magazine caricatures Prophet Muhammad amid new protests - The Washington Post

A French magazine published vulgar caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad on Wednesday, inflaming global tensions over a movie insulting to Islam and prompting France to step up security at its embassies. The move by the provocative weekly Charlie Hebdo followed days of violent protests from Asia to Africa against the U.S.-produced film “Innocence of Muslims” and turned France into a potential target of Muslim rage. Up to now, American government sites have drawn the most ire.

Danish magazine announces it will publish topless Kate photos | guardian.co.uk

A celebrity magazine in Denmark has said it will publish the controversial topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge less than 24 hours after her lawyers won an injunction preventing a French publisher using or selling the pictures. The editor of Se og Hør (See and Hear), said on the magazine's website that it was "incredibly proud that we have rights to the pictures of Britain's future queen" which will feature in a 16-page supplement due to be published on Thursday.

Bo Xilai 'may be charged' in Neil Heywood case - Telegraph

China appears set to prosecute Bo Xilai, the disgraced former top Communist party leader, on criminal charges over Neil Heywood's murder after publishing the fullest account yet of the days after the killing.

U.K. FSA Warned Barclays Over Diamond in 2010 - WSJ.com

The U.K's financial watchdog had doubts back in 2010 about former Barclays PLC Chief Executive Bob Diamond's "openness and transparency" and warned that any escalation of the then ongoing investigation into the manipulation of key interbank lending rates could affect its view of him as a suitable executive.








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