News Headlines From Around the World October 2nd 2011

(UK) BBC News: Libya conflict: Hundreds of residents flee Sirte

(Europe) Euronews: Protests go coast to coast in the USA

(USA) CNN: U.S. officials warn of possible retaliation after al Qaeda cleric is killed

(Ireland) RTE: German politician suggests Greek eurozone exit

(German) Spiegel:  The Death of Jihad’s English-Language Mouthpiece

(German) Die Welt: More Influence for Latin America? Not this way

(France) Le Monde:More than 10 000 lost ground to air missiles to Libya, according to NATO

France 24: Red Cross says situation ‘dire’ in siege town Sirte

(UK) The Guardian: Yemen warplane strikes own troops by mistake

(Italy) La Repubblica: Alarm Red Cross: “To die Sirte Insufficient supplies in hospitals ”

(Peru) LaRepublica: China: Where have hepatitis B can be costly

Washington Post: Al-Qaeda in Yemen still poses a threat

(International) Huffington Post: Occupy Wall Street Protests Continue In Manhattan, Begin Elsewhere

The New York Times: Strike Reflects U.S. Shift to Drones in Terror Fight

(USA) Democracy Now: With Death of Anwar al-Awlaki, Has U.S. Launched New Era of Killing U.S. Citizens Without Charge?

The Irish Times: Hundreds arrested at demonstration in New York

(Australia) The Age: Hundreds arrested in protests

(Australia) Sydney Morning Herald: Hundreds arrested in protests

The Times of India: More than 700 arrested in Wall Street protest

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: British government warns citizens to avoid Kenya-Somalia border

(Mexico) The News: Court dispenses harsh sentences

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: China urges consultation over suspended joint hydropower project in Myanmar

Global times (China): Battles drag on in Gaddafi hometown, villagers continue to flee

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: Tests show all 143 reactors  in EU safe

The Moscow Times: Georgian Entrepreneur Turns Vineyard Into Hydropower Plant

(International) Reuters: Shortages “killing patients” in Libya siege hospital

(International) Associated Press Mobile: Yemeni jet mistakenly bombs army post, kills 30

The Wall Street Journal: Killings Pose Legal and Moral Quandary

(Argentina) Clarin: The doubts about the health of Chavez shakeVenezuelan politics

New Zealand Herald: Olympic swimmer admits lying about ‘hit and run’

(Libya) Ya Libnan: Makari: Hezbollah is trying to invent excuses  to keep its weapons

The Copenhagen Post: Life sentence upheld for Danish rights activist in Bahrain

The Reykjavik Grapevine: Protesters Confront Arriving MPs

(Norway) Aftenposten: Hospitals in the crossfire patients die

(Turkey) Aygazete: PKK raided the Guardian newspaper

The Balkan Chronicle: Bulgarian muslims pressured ahead of elections

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Somali fishermen complain of AMISOM in Mogadishu coastline (2nd story Selling out Somalia’s territorial waters is at conclusion)

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer: US drone strike may have killed Saudi bomber

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Revolution, radicalised

Iran Daily: Plan to Split Palestine Unacceptable Muslim States Urged to Sever Israel Ties (2nd Story  Occupy Wall Street)

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

Translation by Google Translate.

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