News Headlines - 22 February 2011

▽Christchurch earthquake: hunt for survivors begins - The Guardian
Dozens dead and many feared trapped, as rescuers in New Zealand work through the night with dogs and earth movers

▽Gaddafi urges violent showdown and tells Libya 'I'll die a martyr' - The Guardian
"I am not going to leave this land," Gaddafi vowed in a live broadcast on state TV. "I will die as a martyr at the end ... I shall remain, defiant. Muammar is leader of the revolution until the end of time."

▽GLOBAL MARKETS-Oil gains, stocks fall on rising Libya fears - Reuters
World stocks tumbled on Tuesday as the revolt in Libya drove crude oil prices to 30-month highs and sparked fears of slower global growth if the unrest spreads to other oil-exporting countries in the region.

▽Tax revenue pushes budget surplus to 2-year high - Reuters
Stronger tax revenues helped Britain to a bigger-than-expected budget surplus last month, raising the possibility the government might borrow less than planned in the 2010/11 fiscal year.

▽Apple will reportedly hold iPad 2 event on March 2 - Apple Insider
Apple is reportedly set to hold a media event to unveil its next-generation iPad on Wednesday, March 2, in San Francisco, Calif.







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