News Headlines - 22 July 2012

Battles Continue in Aleppo and Damascus - NYTimes.com

Violent clashes continued on Sunday in certain quarters of Aleppo and Damascus, Syria’s two main cities, as Syrian government forces fought to regain control over areas that rebels claimed to have seized in recent days.

Colorado Movie Shooting: Who Is James Holmes? - ABC News

Investigators spent a day and a half working to gain access to the booby-trapped Aurora, Colo., apartment of James Holmes, hoping to discover there clues to what would make a young man recognized as one of the nation's "outstanding neuroscientists and academicians" unleash a storm of terror in a packed movie theater.

Norway mass killer 'did not win,' PM insists on massacre anniversary - CNN.com

The man who killed 77 people in a bomb and gun rampage in Norway one year ago Sunday did not win, Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg insisted on the anniversary of the massacre. Noway did, he said.

10 dead, 30,000 evacuated in Beijing downpour - Xinhua

The heaviest rain in six decades in the Chinese capital has left 10 people dead, Beijing authorities said Sunday. As of 4 a.m. Sunday, more than 30,000 residents in districts of Fangshan, Huairou, Mentougou and Pinggu as well as Miyun and Yanqing counties were relocated, the city's floods control headquarters said at 9 a.m.

BBC News - Tube map used to plot Londoners' life expectancy

A version of the Tube map has been produced to show how life expectancy varies from station to station. The contrast it depicts between Tube stops is stark, with the variation in life expectancies of children born near stations only minutes apart being years different.








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