The Euro Crisis viewed from Germany May 14, 2010 — Leaders of the countries that share the euro agreed on Sunday to a 750-billion euro emergency package to defend the currency against attacks from speculators. Officials say the move became necessary after the euro's value started to collapse amid growing concern about debt crises in several eurozone countries.Angela Merkel blamed attacks by speculators. Some finance ministers even compared speculators to packs of wolves. But can the billions save the euro?
Thailand, Live Rounds & Tear Gas Fired On Protesters (14/May/10)
AssociatedPress — May 14, 2010 — Thai troops fired bullets at anti-government protesters and explosions thundered in the heart of Bangkok on Friday as an army push to clear the streets and end a two-month political standoff. (May 14)
May 14, 2010 — As the financial problems in Europe continue to spread across the world, there have been growing protests and riots, all symbolizing a global crisis. The austerity measure that governments have taken to offset the financial crisis could damage short term growth and cause the world to double dip into a recession. Gregory White says that banks that operate within the European Union that have sovereign debt from countries in their books will be doubted by other banks that are potential lenders.
Ottawa Hills police officer Thomas White entered a not guilty plea Wednesday in Lucas County Common Pleas Court in allegedly shooting Michael McCloskey in back back in May.
Officer White plead not guilty to a felony assault charge stemming from a May 23 incident on Indian Road near Central Avenue where he and another officer chased and shot at two motorcyclists. This is the News story that is edited showing the video.
May 14, 2010 — Violence grips Thai capital as troops fire bullets at anti-government protesters. Police push to end a two-month political standoff and clear the Bangkok streets of Red Shirts sparks clashes that kill 2 and wound 45.