News Headlines - 27 July 2013

At least 120 Morsi supporters reported killed in Egypt clashes | guardian.co.uk

At least 120 supporters of Egypt's ousted president, Mohamed Morsi, have been shot dead by security officials in what is the worst state-led massacre in the country since the fall of Hosni Mubarak, according to figures released by Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood. Earlier reports on Saturday said the death toll had exceeded 136.

Korean War veterans 'deserve better', says Obama on armistice anniversary | guardian.co.uk

President Barack Obama on Saturday urged Americans to take time from their "hurried lives" to listen to the heroic stories of Korean War veterans who returned to a country weary of war and deserved a better homecoming.

Black Boxes Found and Driver Arrested in Spanish Train Crash - NYTimes.com

A veteran train driver with a zest for speed was arrested in his hospital room in northwest Spain where investigators are trying to determine whether reckless behavior caused a train wreck that left dozens of passengers dead, the authorities said Friday.

Why Blackpool is the most unhealthy place in England | The Guardian

Life expectancy in the seaside town is the worst in England. Patrick Collinson examines the reasons

Video - Smartphone Success Buoys Samsung in the Second Quarter - WSJ.com

Samsung Electronics Co. said its second-quarter net profit rose 50% from a year earlier to another record on solid smartphone sales, but earnings momentum showed signs of slowing with margins squeezed by high marketing costs.









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