News Headlines from Around the World September 18th 2011

(UK) BBC News: Libya conflict: Gaddafi troops attack at Bani Walid

(Europe) Euronews: Libyan forces renew fight for Gaddafi’s last bastions

(USA) CNN: Israeli PM: Palestinian bid for U.N. membership will fail

(Ireland) RTE: Obama to propose millionaire tax to Congress

(German) Spiegel: ‘Lip Service Is No Longer Sufficient for the Palestinians’

(German) Die Welt:The Horn of Africa’s Last Famine?

(France) Le Monde:Palestinian state: Netanyahu will travel to the United Nations to express its “truth”

(UK) The Guardian:Gaddafi loyalists stage desperate defence in stronghold of Sirte

(Italy) La Repubblica:Somalia, rains and the river is in full. And the dirty water as drought kills

(Peru) LaRepublica:Japan: Home of household robots

Washington Post:In South China Sea, a dispute over energy

(International) Huffington Post: Libya: Rebels Advance In Sirte, Pull Back From Bani Walid

The New York Times: Tumult of Arab Spring Prompts Worries in Washington

(USA) Democracy Now: Obama Admin Faces Controversy over Rushed $535 Million Backing of Failed Solar Power Firm, Solyndra

The Irish Times: 9 dead in Reno air crash

(Australia) The Age: Same-sex marriage bid, London, Britain

(Australia) Sydney Morning Herald: Same-sex marriage bid, London, Britain

The Times of India: Pakistan government linked to militants: US

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Libyan forces struggle to make gains against Gadhafi strongholds

(Mexico) The News: Argentines are pointing fingers

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: German City Forges Closer Ties with China

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

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: Beijing moving to promote unionization

The Moscow Times: Rebuking the Kremlin, Prokhorov Quits Right Cause

(International) Reuters: Libyan forces renew battle for Gaddafi towns

(International) Associated Press Mobile: Report: UBS CEO not resigning in trading scandal

The Wall Street Journal: Euro Zone Presses Greece on Cutbacks

(Argentina) Clarin: Seek to prevent Palestinian ask UN to be a state

New Zealand Herald:Irish Squatters told to hit the road.

(Libya) Ya Libnan:Israeli PM predicts Palestinian statehood bid will fail

The Copenhagen Post:Social Dems ‘did it’ Thorning-Schmidt to become first female PM (International news hedline unchanged sine 9.9)

The Reykjavik Grapevine: Twenty Percent Would Vote Best Party To Alþingi

(Norway) Aftenposten:Can be used bribery to create chaos (Egyptian demonstrators may have been paid thousands of pounds to wreak havoc on the Israeli embassy in Cairo.)

(Turkey) Aygazete: UN moves to Palestine’s membership

The Balkan Chronicle: North Kosovo Smuggling Safe-Haven “People who are “protecting” the northern part of Kosovo today, are in reality “protecting” the criminals in their midst, people who smuggle merchandise, people, drugs, and other lucrative goods. ”

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Some Somali farmers complain of Al shabaab

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer: President Obama recieves Lebanese Prime Minister- Vowed to push for the stability of Lebanon

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: New realities, new approach

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

Translation by Google Translate.

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