News Headlines from Around The World June 3, 2012

Europe

(Europe) Euronews: Syria: Assad blames foreign powers for creating divisions of Islamic state

The Irish Times: Assad condemns Houla massacre

(UK) The Guardian: I saw massacre of children, says defecting Syrian air force officer. As UN envoy warns of all-out war, a major has provided crucial evidence on the Houla killings

(German) Die Welt: The Secret Plan for a New Europe. On behalf of the Government of the tips of the European institutions to develop a plan behind the scenes for a new, more stable Europe. The price could be split in the EU

(France) Le Monde: Mubarak’s trial: the prosecution will appeal the verdicts

(Brussels) Le Soir: Elizabeth celebrated the jubilee of land and water

(Italy) La Repubblica:  Fioroni against school reform “Scent chooses the wrong path”

The Copenhagen Post:  Economy inches out of recession

(Iceland) Visir: Assad blames the terrorist massacre

(Norway) Aftenposten: Google wondering censorship in China. Names like “Liu Xiaobo” and messages from Tibet are blocked frequently on Chinese websites. Now, Google has found a way to sneak around the firewall.

(International) Huffington Post: Florida Voter Purge Will Continue, Defying Federal Warning

The Balkan Chronicle: The new Muslim cemetery in the city of Vorarlberg in Austria opened yesterday

(Turkey) Dunya: 19.2 years, our oil, natural gas to nine years remained

North America

The Wall Street Journal: Verdicts Spark Anger in Egypt. Former President Mubarak Gets Life Sentence in Killings, But Others Are Acquitted

Washington Post: Hosni Mubarak sentenced to life for complicity in killing of protesters

The New York Times: New Turmoil in Egypt Greets Mixed Verdict for Mubarak

(International) Associated Press: Assad: Syria massacre carried out by ‘monsters’

(International) Reuters: Egyptians threaten more protests after Mubarak verdict

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Mubarak’s ‘sham’ acquittal has Egyptians up in arms in Tahrir Square

South America

(Peru) LaRepublica: Denies alleged statement FARC peace

(Argentina) Clarin: With great pomp and solemnity, the UK celebrates 60 years of reign of Elizabeth II

(Mexico) The News: Ireland votes on austerity treaty

(Brazil) The Rio Tiimes: Brazil Forestry Code Part-Vetoed

(Chile) Clarin: Court sentenced former Egyptian President Mubarak to life imprisonment

(Bolivia) Journada: Alleged peace proposal by the FARC is not convincing and creates a stir in Colombia

(Ecuador) La Hora Nacional: Hosni Mubarak, the man who ruled Egypt for 30 years, sentenced to life imprisonment

(South American News) Merco Press: Falklands’ new generation will attend the C24 meeting in New York

(Guyana) Stabroek News: Marijuana initiative could make or break Obama in Colorado

(Paraguay) Ultima Hora: Deployment of troops in the Lebanese town of Tripoli after clashes with 14 dead

(Venezuala) El Nacional: Tens of thousands in Tahrir Square to protest Mubarak’s ruling

(Uruguay) El Obervador: Life for Mubarak. The ruling was hailed but there is disappointment on the public because the Interior Minister acquitted for the same cause.

Australasia

(Australia) The Age: Drug accused hospitalised in Indonesia               

New Zealand Herald: Protests in Egypt after Mubarak’s life sentence

Asia

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: UN chief urges Somalia to end transitional period

Global times (China): Cargo plane crashes in Ghana’s capital Accra, killing at least 10

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: High school students may get 2-yr graduation option

The Moscow Times: Magnitsky Bill to Get Vote Thursday

Russia Today: Cargo plane crashes in Ghana capital, hits bus

The Times of India: UN chief calls for broad global talks on Syria crisis

Jerusalem World News: Iran: Western military action against Syria will bury Israel

The Palestine Telegraph: No New Headlines since May 17

(Pakistan) The News International: Pakistan court acquits men over involvement in Times Square bombing

Africa

(Libya) The Tripoli Post: Egypt’s Mubarak Gets Life Imprisonment in Historic Trial

Aljazeera: Lebanon sends troops to quell deadly clashes. Extra forces deployed to port city of Tripoli after Syria-linked sectarian clashes claim at least 12 lives.

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Kenyan troops integrated into AU Somalia mission

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer (Links to other websites): Pomp, pageantry and pouring rain for Diamond Jubilee

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Tantawi, in his testimony to the Court: the army did not instruct him use a gun against the people

(Syria) The News: President Bashar al-Assad said on Sunday that Syria is facing a real war from the outside and deal with the war is different from dealing with domestic issues.

1.“encourage the rebels to lay down arms and to do so immediately and the state does not take revenge. ” 2.”There are unemployed  who get the money to participate in demonstrations and are paid 2000 pounds to kill someone.”

Syrian Arab News Agency: Al-Hamwi: Way of Committing al-Houla Massacre Indicates That Terrorists Are Resposnible

(Uganda) New Vision: 4 foreign aid groups expelled from east Sudan

Top three headlines for June 3, 2012 on audio here.

Demonstrators protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in Habeet, near Idlib, on Friday. Photograph: Shaam News Network/Reuters

Demonstrators protest against Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad in Habeet, near Idlib, on Friday. Photograph: Shaam News Network/Reuters Picture Via Irish Times June 3, 2012

Ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and his former interior minister were sentenced to life in prison Saturday after being convicted of complicity in the killing of protesters during the 2011 revolt

Mubarak Bedridden in Jail and Sentenced to Life. Ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and his former interior minister were sentenced to life in prison Saturday after being convicted of complicity in the killing of protesters during the 2011 revolt. Picture via Washington Post June 3, 2012

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