News Headlines - 19 December 2010

▽Residents of South Korean island fleeing ahead of military drills - CNN
Amid South Korean plans to hold live-fire military drills this week and North Korean threats of retaliation, many residents of Yeonpyeong Island are evacuating, afraid of being caught in the middle.

▽Protesters try to storm Belarus government building - Telegraph.co.uk
Thousands of opposition protesters in Belarus tried to storm the main government building following the country’s presidential election.

▽Abu Dhabi warn on London Stock Exchange takeover bid - Daily Mail
Speculation is mounting that the London Stock Exchange may face another takeover bid.
It follows reports the Middle Eastern emirate of Abu Dhabi is in talks to buy a 20 per cent stake in the LSE from Borse Dubai.

▽Snowy weather hits John Lewis sales - The Press Association
The amount of money the retailer took on Saturday was down by about 10% after Arctic weather conditions closed two of its 32 stores and deterred countless shoppers from trekking to the shops.

▽Royal Mail tries to beat snow with 2m evening deliveries - The Guardian
The Royal Mail is putting unprecedented resources into last-minute postal deliveries as it tries to limit the damage inflicted on Christmas by the freezing weather.







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