News Headlines - 22 September 2012

Daily Times - Leading News Resource of Pakistan - KP minister offers $0.1m bounty for filmmaker

Railways Minister Ghulam Ahmad Bilour on Saturday announced a $100,000 reward for the person who kills the maker of anti-Islam film. Talking to reporters, the minister said that there was no other way to lodge a protest and infuse fear among the blasphemers other than the murder of the filmmaker.

Nick Clegg is facing a leadership challenge as problems continue to mount | Mail Online

Nick Clegg faced a new leadership threat last night amid claims that a plot is being hatched against him by allies of Liberal Democrat Cabinet Minister Ed Davey. As the Lib Dem conference opened in Brighton yesterday, sources said the Energy Secretary was preparing his own challenge in the event of Clegg being brought down before the next Election.

BBC News - Thousands at Scottish independence rally in Edinburgh

Thousands of people have taken part in an event in Edinburgh aimed at demonstrating support for independence. Crowds waving saltires and lion rampant flags gathered in the Meadows before heading to Princes Street Gardens.

Big Japan firms team up to save Renesas, hinder US bid: report - The China Post

Major Japanese companies have teamed up with a government-backed turnaround fund to rescue troubled chip-maker Renesas, in a move designed to block a purchase by a U.S. investment firm, a report said Saturday.

Video: Space shuttle Endeavour touches down in LA - Telegraph

The space shuttle Endeavour arrives in Los Angeles on the back of a jumbo jet, greeted by cheering crowds as it ended a celebratory final flight en route to its retirement home at a southern California science museum.








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