News Headlines - 18 February 2015

Greece to request bailout extension - FT.com

Greece is to request an extension of its international bailout on Wednesday along the lines of a compromise deal proposed by EU officials but spurned by eurozone finance ministers this week.

BBC News - France PM Valls pushes key economic reforms through

The French prime minister has resorted to a rarely used emergency procedure to push through labour market reforms without a parliamentary vote... The Socialists have a majority, but now face a confidence vote on Thursday. The reforms will be adopted automatically if the government wins the vote.

Swiss prosecutor raids HSBC office, opens criminal inquiry | Reuters

Geneva's public prosecutor searched HSBC's lakeside Swiss office on Wednesday after opening a criminal inquiry into allegations of aggravated money laundering, the second probeto hit the bank this week.

Islamist Faction in Libya Now Strikes From the Sky - NYTimes.com

The Islamist-backed faction in Libya’s civil conflict said Tuesday that it had carried out its first airstrike, targeting opponents in the town of Zintan in an escalation of the violence tearing the country apart.

BBC News - Chelsea fans' racist abuse in Paris captured on film

Video has emerged showing Chelsea football fans pushing a black man off a Paris train.
A group of people can be heard singing: "We're racist, we're racist and that's the way we like it."








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