News Headlines - 07 September 2010

▽French strike brings trains and planes to halt - Telegraph.co.uk
Schools, trains, planes and public services suffered widespread disruption in France as demonstrations unfurled across the country to protest against President Nicolas Sarkozy's plan to increase the retirement age from 60 to 62.

▽Fears US church Koran burning will stoke backlash - AFP
Plans by a Florida church to burn the Koran on the anniversary of 9/11 fueled fears Tuesday of a backlash which could endanger troops in Afghanistan, as US officials also sought to stem a wave of anti-Islam sentiment.

▽Vladimir Putin considers Russia presidency bid - BBC
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin says he has not ruled out standing for president again at the 2012 elections.

▽Google TV to launch this year - The Guardian
The new Google service will bring the web to TV screens – the announcement comes a week after a new version of Apple TV was unveiled

▽Orange and T-Mobile merge networks so users can switch between them - MailOnline
Customers of T-Mobile and Orange will now be able to use either network in the wake of the two firms’ recent merger, it has been announced.







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