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24/06/2009 - 18:29

UK & USA Today Editoweb 24 June 2009

UK 'monitoring' relations with Iran - £1m asylum scheme helped one family - EU bank agrees loan for 2012 Olympic legacy.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 24 June 2009
UK 'monitoring' relations with Iran

Britain has reacted cautiously to a warning by Iran that it was considering downgrading diplomatic ties in the wake of continuing unrest over disputed presidential elections.

£1m asylum scheme helped one family

A £1 million Government scheme to help failed asylum seekers return home was "mismanaged from start to finish" and resulted in just one family leaving the UK.

EU bank agrees loan for 2012 Olympic legacy

The European Investment Bank confirmed a 95 million pound loan on Wednesday to help fund the purchase of athletes' flats in the London 2012 Olympics village, which will be converted into social housing after the Games.

Bank's King comments on banking regs to parliament

Bank of England Governor Mervyn King gave evidence to parliament's Treasury Committee on banking regulation and supervision.

Search For Missing Swimmers Called Off

The pair, named locally as Dave Ellams, a chef, and Lee Tompkins, a receptionist, are feared drowned after a huge search failed for find them.

Mousavi wife compares Iran state to martial law

Iran's supreme leader said Wednesday that the government would not yield to demonstrators who want a disputed presidential election annulled, effectively closing the door to compromise with the opposition.

Iowa football coach fatally shot in high school

A gunman shot and killed a prominent Iowa high school football coach in the school's weight room early Wednesday and was taken into custody shortly afterward, authorities said.

SF vigil planned for reporters jailed in NKorea

A vigil is being planned in San Francisco for the two American reporters sentenced to 12 years of hard labor in North Korea.

Boston Globe, union reach tentative agreement

The Boston Globe and its largest union have reached a tentative agreement that will save the newspaper $10 million through salary and benefit cuts.

Andres weakens to depression, back out to sea

Andres weakened from a tropical storm to a depression Wednesday as it headed out to sea after flooding homes and killing at least one person on Mexico's southwestern coast.

At age 88, Mich. man forced to deal with war past

An 88-year-old man living in Michigan who is now the subject of a criminal investigation in Poland into allegations he shot Jews while working in a Nazi-controlled police unit during World War II insists he did nothing wrong.

Minn. teen says he's angry about continuing chemo

A 13-year-old boy with cancer who fled Minnesota to avoid chemotherapy said Tuesday he is angry a judge has ordered him to continue the treatment because doctors say it has significantly shrunk the size of his tumor.

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