News Headlines - 30 October 2012

New York Storm: Sandy Heads West

Superstorm Sandy is heading inland after battering parts of the east coast of the United States and Canada and killing at least 17.

Bob Diamond should explain Libor role in court, says judge | The Guardian

Former Barclays chief executive Bob Diamond and other bosses there could be hauled before the high court to explain what they knew about the Libor interest rate fixing scandal.

Tony Blair calls for directly elected EU president - The Information Daily.com

Tony Blair has called for a directly elected President of Europe, whilst warning of deep political rifts between member states which could lead to the break up of the EU.

BBC News - North Korean leader's wife reappears in public

The wife of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has made public appearances, state-run media report, after being absent from the public eye for 50 days.

Japan's Hitachi buys UK's Horizon nuclear project | Reuters

Japanese industrial electronics maker Hitachi is taking over Britain's Horizon nuclear project to build four to six new nuclear power stations, the UK's Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) said on Tuesday.








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