News Headlines - 08 December 2012

Hoax call: 'Foolish, premeditated, tragic beyond words' - Channel 4 News

The Australian station that approved an 'appalling' prank call to Kate Middleton's hospital humiliated nurses in tragic incident that should never be repeated, UK hospital warns in letter.

Italy PM Monti says he will resign when budget passed | Reuters

Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti announced on Saturday that he intended to resign once next year's budget is approved in parliament after Silvio Berlusconi's party withdrew its support for his technocrat government this week.

Berlusconi Returns to Italian Politics as Monti Charts Exit - WSJ.com

Silvio Berlusconi said Saturday he would run again to be Italy's prime minister, ending weeks of ambiguity about his role as the country heads toward general elections. Those elections could be held a few weeks earlier than expected after Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti said Saturday that he planned to resign after parliament approves Italy's budget law, according to a statement from Italy's president.

Meet the craziest football team in Japan - Yahoo! Eurosport UK

Now the trend has spread to the Far East where Japanese side Sanfrecce Hiroshima have been delighting their fans with innovative celebrations. They started out with the 'fishing' celebration that helped make Stjarnan so famous but have added some new concoctions such as 'bowling' and 'cycling' which have provided much amusement.

Japan earthquake and tsunami triggers Fukushima fears | The Guardian

Japan escaped largely unscathed on Friday after a magnitude 7.3 earthquake shook the north-east coast. It was, however, a chilling reminder of the 9.0 quake that struck the area in March 2011, triggering a tsunami that killed almost 20,000 people and a triple meltdown at the nearby Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.








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