News Headlines - 14 August 2011

▽Norway killer reconstructs shootings on island - USA Today
The chilling images of Anders Behring Breivik simulating shots into the water at the island where he killed 69 people at a youth camp were broadcast around the world Sunday after police brought him back there.

▽England riots: coalition row grows over 'kneejerk' response - The Guardian
Coalition efforts to present a united front over the riots have come under strain as senior Liberal Democrats call for an end to "kneejerk" reactions by politicians and warn that stripping those involved of their benefits could worsen crime on the streets.

▽Birmingham disorder: Thousands attend peace rally - BBC
Thousands of people have attended a peace rally which followed the looting and violence in Birmingham.

▽House prices show first annual fall since 2009 - Reuters
Asking prices for residential property in England and Wales showed their first year-on-year fall since September 2009, property marketing company Rightmove said on Monday.

▽Tesco cuts petrol prices as supermarkets battle it out - The Guardian
Following recent price cuts from Asda and Morrisons, Tesco has announced it will also be cutting prices at its forecourts







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