News Headlines - 23 July 2011

▽Norway attacks: police investigate fears main suspect was part of a larger terror group - Telegraph.co.uk
Norwegian police were urgently trying to piece together the movements of Anders Behring Breivik, the far-right activist responsible for the murders of almost 100 people, amid fears he may have been part of a wider terror network.

▽Norway attacks: Utøya gunman boasted of links to UK far right - The Guardian
Anders Brehing Breivik, the man accused of the murder of at least 91 Norwegians in a bomb and gun massacre, boasted online about his discussions with the far-right English Defence League and other anti-Islamic European organisations.

▽At least 16 killed in China bullet train crash - Financial Times
Two high-speed passenger trains have crashed in eastern China, killing at least 16 people after two carriages fell off a bridge, state media reported.
More than 100 people were taken to hospital, the official Xinhua news agency said on Saturday. Pictures on the internet showed one carriage on the ground below the bridge, one suspended in mid-air, twisted metal and rescue workers on the scene.

▽Vodafone Quarterly Service Growth Beats Estimates on Data Revenue Surge - Bloomberg
Vodafone Group Plc (VOD), the world’s largest mobile-phone company, reported better-than-expected service revenue growth for the fiscal first quarter as demand for phones that can surf the Web bolstered data sales.

▽Nokia`s spectacular fall greatly affecting Finnish economy - THE DONG-A ILBO
The share of Nokia in Finland`s GDP fell from 4 percent to 1.6 percent. The company used to account for a fourth of Finnish exports. Thus, the Finnish economy is sputtering as a result.
Many experts blame Nokia’s collapse to arrogance over its No. 1 position.







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