Your headquarter has sent an encrypted message to your phone:
It didn't take you long to figure out the letters, but the numbers were a bit tricky. You worked on them and got some clue, but you could have bet that you needed some word. Later on, you knew what to do. You followed your instructions and your counterpart answered:
"I'm sorry Sir, I guess you won't find this here.", pointing around you. "May I offer you today's newspaper?"
You felt somewhat snubbed, but agreed to take the newspaper. You found a seat and started reading. Suddenly, you noticed small, nearly invisible dots under some of the letters in four lines of a text. You noted them:
It looked somehow familiar and you had to think twice. You got stuck for a while and consulted your watch. But you knew that your upline literally counts on you. Finally, you left the place the right way.
What were your initial instructions?
What did the newspaper reveal?
Hints are included in the text. Answers can be found independently.
Constructive suggestions for improvement are welcome.
You decrypted the missing word by initially regrouping the numbers. The only evidence you could make use of was the time they told you.
As there were no 8s or 9s in the numbers, you combined that it could be some 3 bit encoding.
Of course, you knew the first few decimals of pi by heart.
You correctly assumed, that the newspaper's letters had to be transformed into numbers for further processing.
Compairing the two number blocks helped you deciphering.
With many credits to LeppyR64 who gave the right answer to the second question and f'' for visualizing the first number block, I'm accepting Khale_Kitha's answer, due to the fact, that I can only accept one answer. In my oppinion Khale_Kitha contributed a lot to get both answers. Good job!