News Headlines - 13 February 2011

▽Japan's young fight for work at home and abroad - BBC
With its population shrinking, Japan needs to look overseas for growth to avoid being left further behind, but there is concern that instead, the young are becoming more inward looking.

▽Thousands of Tunisians Arrive on Italy’s Shores - New York Times
Italy’s Interior Minister said Sunday that Italy hoped to send its armed forces to Tunisia to help stem the tide of illegal immigrants, after more than 3,000 Tunisians arrived by boat on an Italian island in recent days.

▽Nokia moves to reassure investors - Financial Times
Investors reacted badly on Friday when Nokia unveiled its plan to try and strike back at Apple and Google in the smartphone market by using Microsoft’s operating system...
Analysts also expressed concern at how Nokia might suffer further significant smartphone market share loss if it took a long time to produce devices featuring Microsoft’s operating system.

▽John Terry no longer guaranteed Chelsea place, warns Carlo Ancelotti - The Guardian
The Chelsea manager, Carlo Ancelotti, has warned John Terry that he should no longer expect to play in every match. Ancelotti will use Monday night's Premier League derby at Fulham to hand a first start to the £21m January recruit David Luiz and confirmed that the Brazilian's arrival signals a shift to an era in which all of the defenders at Stamford Bridge must get accustomed to stints on the sidelines.

▽Baftas glory for King's Speech - The Press Association
Colin Firth was crowned the country's Leading Actor as The King's Speech swept the board at the Orange British Academy Film Awards (Baftas).
The tale of stuttering monarch King George VI scooped seven awards on the night at the Royal Opera House in London.







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