News Headlines from around the world Septmber 11th 2011

(UK) BBC News: 9/11 anniversary: US silence remembers attacks

(Europe) Euronews: Remembering New York’s 9/11 firefighters

(USA) CNN: Deadline for Libyan towns’ surrender passes

(Ireland) RTE:US President Barack Obama has arrived in New York to take part in ceremonies marking the 10th anniversary of 11 September attacks on the US

(German) Spiegel: Celebrated dishonored forget

(German) Die Welt:The trail of terror leads to Saudi Arabia

(France) Le Monde: L’Amérique commémore le 11-Septembre

(UK) The Guardian: Israel faces worst crisis with Egypt for 30 years as diplomats flee

(Italy) La Repubblica: Twin towers, ten years later Obama and Bush at Ground Zero

(Peru) LaRepublica: It begins the tenth anniversary of the 11-S with a minute of silence

Washington Post: U.S. considers mounting drone base in Turkey

(International) Huffington Post: Sweden Terrorist Threat: Four Suspects Arrested In Goteborg

The New York Times: Beyond Cairo, Israel Sensing a Wider Siege

(USA) Democracy Now: Obama Jobs Plan Bolder than Expected, But Is It Enough?

The Irish Times: US commemorates 10th anniversary of 9/11 attacks

(Australia) The Age: Blair denies he knew of rendition

(Australia) Sydney Morning Herald: Blair denies he knew of rendition

The Times of India:  No role in 9/11 attacks: Taliban

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: New York ceremony marks 10th anniversary of Sept. 11 attacks

(Mexico) The News:  Hope for release of US citizen

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: Interview: Benefits, risks  poised in Palestinian bid to UN for membership

Global times (China): Weiner seeks treatment ( Unchanged headline)

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: A MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT OBAMA / The partnerships we need

The Moscow Times: Medvedev Orders Airline Overhaul After Lokomotiv Tragedy

(International) Reuters: Decade after 9/11, Afghans languish in Pakistan

(International) Associated Press Mobile:Kenya diplomat: Briton killed, wife kidnapped

The Wall Street Journal: Japan’s Way Back

(Argentina) Clarin: Obama ordered more vigilance: “They will try to strike again”

New Zealand Herald: Massive TV crowd for World Cup opener

(Libya) Ya Libnan: Mikati: Hezbollah is a Tumor

The Copenhagen Post: Danish and Libyan spy agencies cooperated, letters reveal

The Reykjavik Grapevine: Large-Scale Moonshine Factory Raided

(Norway) Aftenposten: We will take him welcomed with open arms. The hunted Saddam Muammar Gadafi are more than welcome in the West African Guinea-Bissau.

(Turkey) Aygazete:NATO base attack: 102 injured

The Balkan Chronicle: The Unwritten Codes Muslims Live by After 9/11

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: 14 killed as Al shabaab re-takes over southern Somalia town

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer: Mitch Albom: 9/11 attack victims honored with NYC memorial, moments of silence

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: A week of key testimonie

The above headlines are from the online World/International  sections of the news media listed.

Translation by Google Translate.

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