News Headlines - 10 October 2012

Diplomatic deadlock kills BAE-EADS deal - FT.com

EADS and BAE Systems have given up their €34bn quest to create the world’s biggest defence and aerospace company after objections from Germany scuppered the deal... Diplomatic efforts to secure the deal of the decade broke down under the weight of political opposition from Berlin and Paris, people close to the discussions said.

Pakistan Erupts in Anger Over Taliban’s Shooting of Malala Yousafzai - NYTimes.com

Doctors on Wednesday removed a bullet from a Pakistani schoolgirl shot by the Taliban, as Pakistanis from across the political and religious spectrum united in revulsion at the attack on the 14-year-old education rights campaigner.

SpaceX cargo ship reaches International Space Station - The Independent

Astronauts plucked a commercial cargo ship from orbit and attached it to the International Space Station, marking the reopening of a US supply line to the orbital outpost following the space shuttles' retirement last year.

China 'snubs' Japan at IMF and World Bank meeting - Telegraph

China's delegation to the annual meetings of the IMF and the World Bank in Tokyo will not be led by its most senior finance officials, in what looked like a deliberate snub of Japan.

AFP: Japan's Toyota to recall 7.43 mn vehicles globally

Toyota on Wednesday announced a global recall of 7.43 million vehicles, including its popular Camry and Corolla models, over a possible fire risk, in a fresh blow to the firm's reputation for safety.









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