News Headlines - 23 December 2010

▽Parcel bombs in Rome injure embassy staff - FT.com
Two embassy workers handling Christmas mail were wounded in separate explosions caused by parcel bombs sent to the Swiss and Chilean missions in Rome on Thursday.

▽Sex details leaked by media- Sweden vs Assange pitiful law so far - DigitalJournal.com
Sweden's reputation as a socially advanced nation is looking shakier by the minute. In what can only be described as a primitive breach of basic justice, the details of allegations against Assange are being broadcast around the world.

▽National Express comes in from the political cold as top-rated rail operator wins C2C extension - Telegraph.co.uk
In a further sign of the transport group's political rehabilitation since the coalition Government came to power, National Express will now run the London, Tilbury and Southend services until May 2013. That puts it in charge of a high-profile route to the 2012 Olympics. The franchise was due to expire in May 2011.

▽Christmas jobs misery for public sector workers - BBC
Thousands of public sector workers have begun receiving grim news about their jobs in the run up to Christmas.

▽FTAs with Malaysia, Japan, EU in 1st half of 2011: Sharma - Economic Times
India will open its trade in goods and services with Malaysia, Japan and its largest trading bloc European Union in the first half of 2011, Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma said today.







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