News Headlines - 25 April 2012

▽Britain in double-dip recession as growth falls 0.2pc - Telegraph.co.uk
Britain is officially back in recession after the economy shrank unexpectedly by 0.2pc in the first three months of the year.

▽Nicolas Sarkozy says ‘non’ to deal with far right in French election - National Post
An opinion poll showed two-thirds of Sarkozy supporters want him to break with past policy and strike an alliance with the Front after Le Pen’s 17.9 percent score on Sunday made her 6.4 million backers key to a May 6 presidential runoff.

▽Israel army chief says Iran unlikely to make bomb - Reuters
Israel's military chief said he does not believe Iran will decide to produce an atomic bomb, describing its leadership as "very rational" in an interview published on Wednesday.

▽Smartphones finally outsell featurephones ... in Japan - Register
Japan proved that its domestic mobile market is one of the most mature on the planet with new stats showing smartphone sales passed feature phone sales for the first time ever in February.

▽London 2012 Olympics: electric fence installed around Wimbledon's Centre Court to protect grass - Telegraph.co.uk
All England Lawn Tennis Club ground staff have installed an electrified fence around the Centre Court to protect the grass surface in preparation for a gruelling summer tennis campaign which includes Wimbledon and the London 2012 tennis event.







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