News Headlines from Around The World September 25th 2011

(UK) BBC News:Libya’s NTC troops renew assault on pro-Gaddafi Sirte

(Europe) Euronews:IMF offers reassurance but no extra money

(USA) CNN: Many facets to Abbas’ U.N. move, analysts say

(Ireland) RTE: Portugal working to reform economy

(German) Spiegel: Abbas Appeals to the World’s Conscience

(German) Die Welt:Palestine’s State of Mind

(France) Le Monde:The Gaddafi oppose resistance to the assaults of the CNT

(UK) The Guardian:EU given six weeks to protect itself against ‘inevitable Greek default’

(Italy) La Repubblica:Resources for social services halved “A drain on elderly, sick and disabled”

(Peru) LaRepublica: International unavailable. Local: Alianza Lima fans clashed at the Monumental

Washington Post:Medvedev confirms he will step aside for Putin to return to Russia’s presidency

(International) Huffington Post: Libya: Revolutionary Forces Push Into Gaddafi Hometown Sirte

The New York Times: Putin Once More Moves to Assume Top Job in Russia

(USA) Democracy Now: Debate: Does U.N. Statehood Bid Advance or Undermine Palestinian Struggle?

The Irish Times:Nepal tourists die in plane crash

(Australia) The Age: 19 killed in Nepal plane crash       2nd Story Ex-editor sues News over legal fees dispute Andy Coulson sues News International for Legal Fees

(Australia) Sydney Morning Herald:19 killed in Nepal plane crash

The Times of India: NTC forces assault Gaddafi city

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Abbas rejects peace blueprint proposed by international mediators

(Mexico) The News: More violence leaves 15 dead

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: China, Peru pledge to boost relations

Global times (China): NTC troops enter Gaddafi’s hometown, protesters killed in Yemen

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

The Moscow Times: Putin Will Run for President

(International) Reuters: Pakistan army top brass meets amid U.S. tensions

(International) Associated Press Mobile: Makau breaks world record in Berlin Marathon

The Wall Street Journal: Small Factories Take Root in Africa

(Argentina) Clarin:They take hostage the foreign minister of Bolivia’s indigenous protest

New Zealand Herald: Yemeni government troops kill 40

(Libya) Ya Libnan: NNA: 2 Injured Syrian protesters hospitalized in Lebanon

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

The Reykjavik Grapevine: Government To Put 10 Billion Into Mass Transit

(Norway) Aftenposten: Bomb Explosion in Indonesia

(Turkey) Aygazete: Putin and Medvedev task exchange

The Balkan Chronicle: Russians upset over the second НЕТ in Belgrade

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Blast at UN building in Mogadishu leaves one person dead

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer: President Obama recieves Lebanese Prime Minister- Vowed to push for the stability of Lebanon (Unchanged World News Headline Local Ethiopian News: Meles receives British Foreign Secretary

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly:  Abbas’s choice The decision to take Palestine to the United Nations Security Council may be the start of a new Palestinian strategy

Iran Daily: Ahmadinejad: Resistance the Only Option

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

Translation by Google Translate.

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