News Headlines - 30 July 2012

Olympics 2012: more tickets on sale after officials return their allocation | guardian.co.uk

Organisers put 3,000 tickets from accredited groups on sale to public after criticism over empty seats at Olympic venues Open thread: where should the tickets go?

Italian Embassy Guard Abducted in Yemen - NYTimes.com

A guard at the Italian Embassy in Yemen was kidnapped on Sunday in broad daylight in the capital, Sana, an official from Italy’s Foreign Ministry said.

Phuket NEWS: At least 78 killed in western Myanmar clashes - UN

Clashes between Buddhist and Muslim communities in western Myanmar have reportedly killed at least 78 people and displaced thousands last month, the United Nations (UN) said on Friday. UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay expressed serious concern about reports of human rights violations committed by security forces in Myanmar's Rakhine state...

Lending data fuel housing fears - FT.com

Lenders in the UK last month approved the fewest mortgages for 18 months while secured net lending fell sharply, raising concerns about the already weak housing market.

Samsung, Apple head for courtroom confrontation - CNET News

Monday marks the start of the U.S. trial between Apple and Samsung, two companies that have spent the past 17 months attempting to disembowel one another with legal filings -- all while quietly doing business together that helps keep them afloat.








この記事へのトラックバック一覧です: News Headlines - 30 July 2012:

« 2012年07月30日のニュース・クリップ | トップページ | 2012年07月31日のニュース・クリップ »