News Headlines - 25 June 2013

Inside Anglo: the secret recordings - Independent.ie

TAPE RECORDINGS from inside doomed Anglo Irish Bank reveal for the first time how the bank's top executives lied to the Government about the true extent of losses at the institution.

Police 'smear' campaign targeted Stephen Lawrence's friends and family | 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.

Nelson Mandela remains in critical condition; crowds outside hospital - CNN.com

Former South African President Nelson Mandela remained hospitalized in critical condition Tuesday, a government spokesman said.

Departing Bank of England chief lashes out at banks | Fox News

Bank of England governor Mervyn King, who steps down this week, on Tuesday attacked commercial banks for their intense political lobbying against new rules on capital reserves.

BBC News - Star is crowded by super-Earths

Scientists have identified three new planets around a star they already suspected of hosting a trio of worlds. It means this relatively nearby star, Gliese 667C, now has three so-called super-Earths orbiting in its "habitable zone".








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