News Headlines - 23 June 2013

Offering Snowden Aid, WikiLeaks Gets Back in the Game - NYTimes.com

WikiLeaks once again seized the global spotlight on Sunday by assisting Edward J. Snowden in his daring flight from Hong Kong, mounting a bold defense of the culture of national security disclosures that it has championed and that has bedeviled the United States and other governments.

Stephen Lawrence family and friends targeted by police 'smear' campaign | The Guardian

A police officer who spent four years living undercover in protest groups has revealed how he participated in an operation to spy on and attempt to "smear" the family of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence, the friend who witnessed his fatal stabbing and campaigners angry at the failure to bring his killers to justice.

Huawei: 'Apple is now slipping. We want to be higher than them' - Telegraph

The chairman of China’s Huawei tells Matt Warman how the company plans to rule the smartphone market and that it can overcome political ‘spying’ fears in the US.

Economists say referendum could drive investors away | Herald Scotland

AN influential economic forecaster has cut its growth predictions for the Scottish economy in 2014 with the outcome of the independence referendum cited as a risk factor it has considered.

AFP: Shinzo Abe's LDP wins Tokyo elections

Tokyo voters appeared to give their support to the economic policies of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday, with his party winning a landslide victory in local elections in the capital.








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