News Headlines - 22 March 2012

▽Budget 2012: Osborne says pensioners better off despite 'granny tax' - The Guardian
The chancellor, George Osborne, has claimed pensioners are better off under the coalition government despite his refusal in the budget to increase the tax allowance for the over-65s.

▽Soldiers stage coup in Mali - The Independent
Mutinous soldiers in Mali have taken over state television and announced that they have seized control of the government.
The soldiers said the coup was necessary because of the mishandling of an insurgency in the north.

▽Tulisa Contostavlos sex tape: X Factor judge opens up over intimate video - Metro
Tulisa Contostavlos has said she is 'devastated and heartbroken' after a video of her sharing an 'intimate moment' with ex-boyfriend Justin Edwards was leaked online.

▽Japan returns to surplus on US demand - Financial Times
Japan’s trade balance unexpectedly returned to surplus in February as strong US demand offset weakness in China and a big increase in fuel imports from the Middle East.
Thursday’s data showed a small trade surplus of Y33bn ($400m), the first positive reading since July.

▽Simultaneous release on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android devices, PC and Mac. - Videogamer.com
Angry Birds Space is now available to download on iTunes, for Android devices, PC and Mac, Rovio Entertainment has announced. Retail copies on PC and Mac will follow.
Angry Birds Space marks the first integrated entertainment launch for Rovio, with merchandise, animation and books available in retail at the same time as the game.







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