News headlines from Around the World August 14th 2011

(UK) BBC News: Syria unrest: ‘Deadly military attack’ on Latakia port

(Europe) Euronews: Hotel bomb kills 11 in Pakistan

(USA) CNN: 2 men face murder charges in British riots

(Ireland) RTE:  Doubts over aid convoy protection force

(German) Spiegel: Academy prepares new elite generation

(German) Die Welt: CDU’s lead candidate from the front of Boetticher (Allegations of indecent relations between Christian democrat leader Boetticher, 40, with a 16 year old girl he met on Facebook prompts speculation of his  resignation from Christian Democrats.)

(France) Le Monde: Thirty wounded after a suicide bombing in Kabylia

(UK) The Guardian: Rick Perry targets Bible belt to ignite Republican race for the White House

(Italy) La Repubblica: Somalia, two million without school, But there are meetings and announcements

(Peru) LaRepublica: What came before and after the riots in London?

Washington Post: In Iraq two US mothers with a mission

(International) Huffington Post: Tim Pawlenty Quits: Former Governor Drops Out Of Presidential Race

The New York Times: After British Riots, Conflicting Answers as to ‘Why’

(USA) Democracy Now: AIDS-Afflicted U.S. Citizen Urges Obama Admin to Reverse Deportation of Australian Husband (Mon-Fri news)

The Irish Times: Man charged over riot robbery (A man has been charged with robbing a Malaysian student whose ordeal was caught on camera.)

(Australia) The Age: Abuses in West Papua put peace effort at risk

(Australia) Sydney Morning Herald: Used, abused but still no peace for Ken

The Times of India:  Imran Khan is the most popular Pakistani politician: Survey

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Suicide bombers attack Afghan governor’s compound, 22 dead

(Mexico) The News: Invader released to defend Delta biomass

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: Chinese-American ambassador to China key to boosting ties

Global times (China):  Libyan rebel forces enter Zawiyah: rebel sources

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: Energy bill to pass lower house next Friday ( This is the national headline. World section headline unchanged since last week)

The Moscow Times: Western Observers Out, Sports Fans In

(International) Reuters:  Libya rebels enter strategic town near Tripoli

(International) Associated Press Mobile: Ex-Minn. Gov. Tim Pawlenty ends White House bid

(USA) The Nation: Europe’s Turn to the Right

The Wall Street Journal: US Shows off its carrier amid tensions

(Argentina) Clarin:The “outraged” by Israel are calling for more social justice 13/08/11 was last night, during marches that were played in twelve cities. For the fourth consecutive weekend, the Israelis protested against rising rental prices, health and education. The government appointed a special commission.

New Zealand Herald: Oil giant battles sea spill

(Libya) Ya Libnan: Jumblatt opposes changes in electoral law

The above headlines are from the online World sections of the news media listed. Translation by Google Translate.


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