Wednesday, March 17, 2010

360 News Briefs

Clinton Affirms US Israel Support
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton denies US-Israel relations are in crisis amid a row over Jerusalem settlements.

Mexico Seeks US Drug Support
Mexican President Felipe Calderon has called for the US to share responsibility in the battle against drug traffickers.

'Arrogance' Undid Climate Talks
The "disappointing" outcome of the UN climate summit was largely down to rich nations not listening, says a top economist.

Turkey 'Trusts Iran Nuclear Aims'
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he believes Iran has no intention of developing nuclear weapons.

EU Urges Faster Cut of UK Deficit
Government plans to cut the UK's budget deficit are not ambitious enough, a European Commission report will warn this week.

Honda Recalls 410,000 Cars in US
Japanese car manufacturer Honda has announced it is recalling 410,000 cars in the US because of complaints about their brakes.

Chavez 'Held Secret Farc talks'
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez says he once held secret talks with a top leader of the Colombian rebel group Farc.

Africa 'Lacks Climate Vocabulary'
Many Africans blame themselves for climate change and lack the knowledge to discuss the issue, a new BBC report suggests.

Twitter Embeds Itself In The Web
Twitter announces its @anywhere technology that will allow websites to embed its services into their web pages.

Call For Olympics Tickets Clarity
London 2012 organizers are urged to be up front about how many tickets will be available and how much they will cost.

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