Telecom Italia faces shareholder unease; Nokia has mixed Q1

> Nokia's sales slumped in the first quarter but its is prepping a new Lumia smartphone for the U.S. market. Article

> Qatar's Ooredoo secures $12 billion (€9.2 billion) loan to support bid for Maroc Telecom stake. Article

> Telecom Italia encountered shareholder unease at its annual meeting. Article

> OTE reportedly received at least two bids for Bulgarian unit Globul. Article

> Nortel Networks' European creditors appealed a court decision that sent to trial a fight over $7.3 billion sitting in the bankrupt vendor's accounts. Article

And finally… UK's TalkTalk finds that silence is not golden. Article

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