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Mauna Kea Technologies (EURONEXT PARIS: MKEA), leader in the optical biopsy market and developer of Cellvizio®, the fastest way to see cancer, today announced that it has entered into a research agreement through a collaboration negotiated by Edinburgh BioQuarter and the University of Edinburgh to develop a novel molecular imaging device for use in conjunction with Cellvizio

Rupert Murdoch 'lied under oath to media ethic's inquiry': Brown
Former British prime minister Gordon Brown has accused Rupert Murdoch of lying under oath at a media ethic's inquiry, and claimed that a tabloid belonging to the media tycoon had undermined the war effort in Afghanistan.

Ex-Sun editor claims Brown threatened Murdoch of 'destroying' News International
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown threatened to "destroy" News International during a furious phone call to Rupert Murdoch after a UK tabloid, The Sun, switched its allegiance from Labour to the Tories, the newspaper's former editor has claimed.

Hackers may have accessed Gordon Brown's emails during his time as UK Chancellor
E-mails sent and received by former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown during his time as Chancellor might have been illegally accessed, it has emerged.

Gordon Brown's wife subjected to 'body search' in UK Parliament
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown's wife Sarah Brown was subjected to a body search in the country's Parliament after security was raised ahead of yesterday's House of Commons debate on the ongoing riots.

Ex-News of the World editor Brooks could be headed for Australia
News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks, who was editor of News of the World from 2000 to 2003, is expected to quit next week following questioning over her role in the phone hacking scandal by a Commons committee, and could be headed to Australia.

Gordon Brown condemns 'disgusting work, criminal links' of News International
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has claimed Rupert Murdoch's media group has 'links with the criminal underworld' and accused it of using 'disgusting' methods to gain access to personal information.

Britain backs French Finance Minister Lagarde as new IMF head
Britain has backed French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde as the new head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Pregnant woman told to give up her seat so Gordon Brown could fly Club Class
A heavily pregnant woman was left furious after she was told to give up her British Airways seat so former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown could fly Club Class.

Sarah Brown reveals embarrassing royal faux pas in memoir
Sarah Brown, the wife of former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, has revealed details of her life in the spotlight, including an embarrassing royal faux pas, in her memoir.

Ex-PM Brown's adviser told former NATO commander to play down Afghan failures
A senior adviser to former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is reported to have put pressure on a NATO commander to play down troop-related failures in Afghanistan.

Gordon Brown 'ordered' Zardari to "take Osama bin Laden out": WikiLeaks
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown had ordered Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari to have al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden killed, a diplomatic cable unveiled by the whistle-blower website WikiLeaks has revealed.

England's bid to host 2018 Football World Cup 'ruined' by Brown: Report
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown ruined England's 2018 Football World Cup bid by rushing to reveal it, according to a report.

Karzai told Brown that Pak "actually a more violent country than Afghanistan": Leaks
Given an increase in al Qaeda training activity in Pakistan, it is a more violent country than Afghanistan, Afghan President Hamid Karzai told the then British Prime Minister Gordon Brown in an August 2008 meeting, a diplomatic cable unveiled by the whistle-blower website WikiLeaks has revealed.

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