News Headlines - 23 December 2011

▽Syria says twin suicide bombings in Damascus kill 40 - BBC
At least 40 people have been killed in two suicide car bombings outside security service facilities in Syria's capital, Damascus, officials say.
State TV earlier said suspected al-Qaeda militants had targeted bases of the General Security Directorate and another agency in the Kafr Sousa area.

▽Turkey accuses France of genocide after Armenian bill - Reuters
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan accused France of genocide in Algeria in the 1940s and 50s, in his latest response to a French parliament vote to make it a crime to deny that the mass killings of Armenians in Ottoman Turkey was genocide.

▽UK plans to ban "excessive" credit card surcharges - Reuters
Britain said on Friday it plans to ban companies from making their customers pay excessive credit and debit card surcharges when buying flights and other services.

▽Volkswagen turns off Blackberry email after work hours - BBC
Volkswagen has agreed to stop its Blackberry servers sending emails to some of its employees when they are off-shift.
The carmaker confirmed it made the move earlier this year following complaints that staff's work and home lives were becoming blurred.

▽iPhone 4S Too Pricey For Europeans, Android With 61% German Market - ITProPortal
Apple's latest iPhone which broke all sales records following its release over two months ago, is apparently failing to win over the hearts of Europeans, as customers flock to its 'better value' arch-rival Android.







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