News Headlines - 29 July 2013

BBC News - Italy coach crash: At least 38 dead near Avellino

At least 38 people have been killed in southern Italy when a coach plunged 30m (98ft) down a steep slope, rescue services have said. The coach hit several vehicles before coming off a flyover near the town of Avellino, in the Campania region.

BBC News - Spain train crash: Mass in Santiago de Compostela

A Mass has been held in north-western Spain for the 79 people who died in a train crash. The service was held in the Galician city of Santiago de Compostela, a Catholic pilgrimage site where the train derailed last week.

BBC News - Ryanair profit hit by rising fuel costs

No-frills airline Ryanair has seen profits drop sharply due to the timing of Easter and rising fuel costs. Profits after tax fell 21% to 78m euros ($103.5m; £67.3m) in the first quarter of the financial year, despite a 5% rise in revenues.

Baby-Milk Demand Helps to Lift Danone - WSJ.com

Strong demand for baby milk in China helped Danone SA stem falling sales in Europe in the second quarter, as the company tried to reassure investors about future growth in the lucrative Chinese market after it cut prices on infant formula.

Poundland case reaches supreme court | guardian.co.uk

The government will attempt to overturn the judgment of a multimillion-pound case affecting almost a quarter of a million unemployed people on Monday. In what has come to be known as the Poundland case, the Department for Work and Pensions will argue that the supreme court should overturn the unanimous verdict of three appeal court judges this year that almost all of the coalition government's employment schemes were operating unlawfully.









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