News Headlines - 22 September 2010

▽Facebook blunder sees 21,000 guests agree to turn up to schoolgirl's birthday party - MailOnline
The girl, a pupil at Sir John Lawes School, had meant to invite 15 friends to her 15th birthday celebrations.
But, within hours of appearing online, the event escalated out of control and at one point 21,000 Facebook users had clicked the RSVP button.

▽Samaritans issue warning over 'death pact forums' - BBC
A charity has warned of the dangers of internet forums after police said they believed two strangers found dead had formed a suicide pact online.

▽Nokia Well Ahead Of Apple On Mobile Ads Says Survey - ITProPortal
Nokia phones account for nearly 50 per cent of the global mobile advertising market according to InMobi, the world's largest mobile advertising network.

▽Family's Titanic secret revealed- BBC
Confusion about steering orders was responsible for the Titanic sinking, according to a relative one of the ship's officers.

▽Snatch Land Rover Replacement Unveiled By MoD - Sky News
The vehicle that will replace the Snatch Land Rover, which has been heavily criticised for a lack of protection against roadside bombs, has been unveiled by the MoD.







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