News Headlines - 23 July 2012

Spanish bailout fears knock euro, world stocks lower | Reuters

The euro hit its lowest level in more than two years and world equity markets fell sharply on Monday after reports that Spain's indebted regions need help fueled fears that the country will become the fourth euro-zone member to ask for a major bailout.

Colorado Shooting Suspect James Holmes To Appear in Court | Fox News Latino

James Holmes, the suspect in the horror that turned what would have been an ordinary evening at the movies into a nightmare that gripped the world, is to make an appearance in court Monday to hear pending charges against him.

More than 100 killed in Iraq in deadliest day for two years - Telegraph

An attack by gunmen on an army post at Dhuluiya, 45 miles north of Baghdad, in which 16 soldiers were shot dead or killed by grenades, heralded a series of bombings across the country.

BBC News - SIr Chris Hoy 'blown away' by Olympic flag honour

Sir Chris Hoy has been chosen to carry the flag for Great Britain at the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games on Friday. The four-time Olympic gold medal winner polled the most number of votes among the 542 members of the British team.

Taylor Swift risque dress at Teen Choice Awards | The Sun

TAYLOR Swift poses in a daring white dress as she sweeps up at the Teen Choice Awards.








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