News Headlines - 01 February 2011

▽Still no decision on trains project - The Northern Echo
NO date has been set for a decision on Hitachi's £7.5bn plans to bring train building back to the region, a transport minister said last night.
But Teresa Villiers did reveal that David Cameron has been lobbied personally on the issue by his Japanese counterpart, as pressure grows for an end to the uncertainty.

▽Call for decision on County Durham trains deal - BBC
A delegation of politicians, business and union leaders from County Durham is to press the government for a decision about replacing trains.

▽Street-level crime maps launched online - BBC
New online crime maps for England and Wales have been launched, allowing users to see which offences have been reported in their local streets.

▽July 7 bomb factory revealed at inquest - The Guardian
Police images of the chaos inside the council flat turned bomb factory discovered after the 7/7 terrorist attacks were shown to the inquests into the 52 victims who died in the explosions.

▽Obama Tells Mubarak that Transition 'Must Begin Now' - Voice of America
President Barack Obama has told Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak that the status quo is not sustainable, and that an orderly and peaceful transition must begin immediately. Mr. Obama described events in Egypt as the beginning of a new chapter in the history of a great country, and a longtime partner of the United States.







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