News Headlines - 06 October 2012

BBC News - Manchester Airport suspend worker for missing fake bomb

An airline security worker has been suspended after failing to spot a fake bomb as it passed through the X ray machine. Manchester Airport said it had launched an investigation into the incident.

Pope's former butler sentenced to 18 months' jail | guardian.co.uk

Pope Benedict's former butler, Paolo Gabriele, has been sentenced to 18 months' jail for stealing his employer's private correspondence. Gabriele made a last-minute plea before the Vatican court that he acted out of love for the pope and did not "feel like a thief".

Student visa row damages image of UK higher education, warns LSE chief | The Guardian

The row over student visas at London Metropolitan university has done "huge damage to the image of British higher education", according to the new head of the London School of Economics.

Amazon to Buy Headquarter Buildings From Paul Allen's Firm for $1.2 Billion - WSJ.com

Amazon.com Inc. has agreed to buy a large chunk of its Seattle headquarters for $1.2 billion from an investment firm owned by Microsoft Corp. co-founder Paul Allen, the firm said Friday.

Bond auction brings double-o heaven for bidders - Telegraph

A charity auction of James Bond memorabilia to mark 50 years of the movies has attracted furious bidding from wealthy fans.









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