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USA UK and Malta News
15/11/2009 - 19:39

UK & USA Today Editoweb 15 november 2009

Low-key switch-on after crowd surge - Brothers among boys killed in crash - PM in crackdown on bankers' bonuses.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 15 november 2009
Low-key switch-on after crowd surge

A city centre turned its Christmas lights on after a high-profile event turned sour when scores of people were injured in a crowd surge on Saturday.

Brothers among boys killed in crash

Two brothers were among four teenagers who died when the car they were in crashed into a wall, police have said.

PM in crackdown on bankers' bonuses

City regulators are to be given new powers to tear up bankers' contracts if they include excessive pay and bonus deals which might threaten the stability of the financial system.

BNP leader set to stand at election

Nick Griffin, the leader of the British National Party, has confirmed he will stand in Barking at the next General Election.

Commons Speaker John Bercow in expenses row

Commons Speaker John Bercow has denied accusations made in the Daily Telegraph that he ordered a £45,000 revamp of his apartment.

In Asia, Obama, Medvedev see nuke pact progress

President Barack Obama said Sunday the United States and Russia would have a replacement treaty on reducing nuclear arms ready for approval by year's end, an announcement designed as an upbeat ending to a summit with Asia-Pacific leaders.

Geeky 'tweeters' to report on space shuttle launch

Fingers will be flying when space shuttle Atlantis blasts off Monday: About 100 of NASA's geekiest fans will be on hand, pecking away at iPhones, BlackBerrys, laptops and other Twittering gadgets.

Source: Illinois prison eyed for Gitmo inmates

The Obama administration may buy a near-empty prison in rural northwestern Illinois to house detainees from Guantanamo Bay along with federal inmates, a White House official said Saturday.

Dobbs says his departure from CNN was 'amicable'

Lou Dobbs says he doesn't feel like he was pushed out of CNN, the news organization where he worked for all but two years of its existence until last Wednesday.

Mourners grieve for soldiers killed at Fort Hood

Hundreds of people lining the main street of an Indiana town on Saturday fell solemnly silent as the white hearse passed. Mourners waited for hours outside a Wisconsin gymnasium to say goodbye to a soldier who once promised to take down Osama bin Laden.

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