News Headlines - 31 January 2013

Chinese Hackers Infiltrate New York Times Computers - NYTimes.com

For the last four months, Chinese hackers have persistently attacked The New York Times, infiltrating its computer systems and getting passwords for its reporters and other employees.

Israel ‘strike’ on Syria unacceptable, says Russia - Scotsman.com

RUSSIA has condemned reports of an air strike on Syrian territory by Israel as “unacceptable”. As Syrian military officials said that a scientific research facility in Damascus had been struck, Moscow said the attack was a “violation of the UN Charter.”

FSA reveals extent of swaps mis-selling - Channel 4 News

There's no doubt every one of them will breathe a sigh of relief this morning after the Financial Services Authority said it had concluded its review of a pilot scheme into 173 complex interest rate hedging products and found that 90 per cent of them were mis-sold by the banks

New 'poll tax' blow for UK's poorest - The Independent

Millions of low-income households face a rise in their council tax bills costing them up to £600 a year from April under a "poll tax bombshell", according to new study.

BBC Sport - Japanese women's judo head coach to resign

Japan's national women's judo head coach intends to resign after allegations emerged that he had beaten his athletes with wooden swords.








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