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BY JIM FLINK

 

This is Newsy Now, here are the headlines you need to know.

Great Britain is expelling Iranian diplomats from the UK, one day after Iranian students attacked the British embassy in Tehran.


The Telegraph has the words of British foreign minister William Hague, who believes, Iran did more than turn a blind eye to the attacks.

“We publicly differ with Iran over their nuclear program, and on human rights, and we make no secret of our views.  The idea that the Iranian authorities could not have protected our embassy, or that this assault could have taken place without some degree of regime consent is fanciful.”

Ten days from the Brink of economic disaster? Or the bottoming out of a terrible economy?

 

Both those thoughts are circling -- after central banks across the globe stepped up to intervene in the world economic crisis.
 

Bloomberg talks with an analyst who says, finally -- folks are coming to their senses.


“Adults may be re-entering the room. We’ve been kind of without adults in leadership since 2008-09.  People have been looking particularly in Europe, for some intelligent things to happen.  They haven’t been occurring.  This may be the first step.”

The FCC blasts AT&T over its merger deal with T-Mobile. In an unusual step -- regulators suggested the deal would result in less competition and job losses.


The Wall Street Journal notes...

“The problem they’re running into is that regulators just aren’t buying this deal. … You know they don’t normally put this kind of stuff out, unless they’re kind of miffed about something.  And they really felt like they needed to get this out there, because they really want to include this in the justice department trial that’s coming up in February against the deal.”

Occupy protesters arrested in Los Angeles. More than 200 in all. CNN has a view from the scene.

“As long as there is no active resistance, we will just facilitate a peaceful arrest.”

In Sports, BeanTown is singing the tune -- My Funny Valentine. Bobby Valentine appears set to become the BoSox new manager.


ESPN talks about his first order of business.

“To me he instantly changes the narrative about this team. … The narrative now shifts from the beer and chicken collapse in September, to what impact Bobby Valentine will have on a team that may have gotten too comfortable under Terry Francona.”

Stay with Newsy for more analysis on news throughout the day.  For Newsy Now, I’m Lauren Gores, highlighting the top headlines making you smarter faster.

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Newsy Now: November 30 (GMT 1900)

(Image source: BBC)

 

BY JIM FLINK

 

This is Newsy Now, here are the headlines you need to know.

Great Britain is expelling Iranian diplomats from the UK, one day after Iranian students attacked the British embassy in Tehran.


The Telegraph has the words of British foreign minister William Hague, who believes, Iran did more than turn a blind eye to the attacks.

“We publicly differ with Iran over their nuclear program, and on human rights, and we make no secret of our views.  The idea that the Iranian authorities could not have protected our embassy, or that this assault could have taken place without some degree of regime consent is fanciful.”

Ten days from the Brink of economic disaster? Or the bottoming out of a terrible economy?

 

Both those thoughts are circling -- after central banks across the globe stepped up to intervene in the world economic crisis.
 

Bloomberg talks with an analyst who says, finally -- folks are coming to their senses.


“Adults may be re-entering the room. We’ve been kind of without adults in leadership since 2008-09.  People have been looking particularly in Europe, for some intelligent things to happen.  They haven’t been occurring.  This may be the first step.”

The FCC blasts AT&T over its merger deal with T-Mobile. In an unusual step -- regulators suggested the deal would result in less competition and job losses.


The Wall Street Journal notes...

“The problem they’re running into is that regulators just aren’t buying this deal. … You know they don’t normally put this kind of stuff out, unless they’re kind of miffed about something.  And they really felt like they needed to get this out there, because they really want to include this in the justice department trial that’s coming up in February against the deal.”

Occupy protesters arrested in Los Angeles. More than 200 in all. CNN has a view from the scene.

“As long as there is no active resistance, we will just facilitate a peaceful arrest.”

In Sports, BeanTown is singing the tune -- My Funny Valentine. Bobby Valentine appears set to become the BoSox new manager.


ESPN talks about his first order of business.

“To me he instantly changes the narrative about this team. … The narrative now shifts from the beer and chicken collapse in September, to what impact Bobby Valentine will have on a team that may have gotten too comfortable under Terry Francona.”

Stay with Newsy for more analysis on news throughout the day.  For Newsy Now, I’m Lauren Gores, highlighting the top headlines making you smarter faster.

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