News Headlines From Around The world October 9th 2011

(UK) BBC News: Libyan fighters make Sirte gains after bitter fighting

(Europe) Euronews: Poland votes in parliamentary elections

(USA) CNN:  Libya fighters in ‘final stages’ to take Gadhafi hometown, they say

(Ireland) RTE: German-Franco talks on eurozone crisis

(German) Spiegel: Ten Years in Afghanistan: German General Says NATO Mission Has ‘Failed’

(German) Die Welt: More Influence for Latin America? Not this wayBrazil and other large Latin American countries are showing a lack of leadership on the question of statehood for Palestine.

(France) Le Monde: Damascus threatened countries that recognize the Syrian National Council

France 24: French Socialists vote in presidential primary

(UK) The Guardian: Syria’s protesters turn to Facebook to expose ‘citizen spies’

(Italy) La Repubblica: Government, Alfano closes the Third Pole “Can not dismiss Berlusconi”

(Peru) LaRepublica: Camila Vallejo: We can not go on strike for three years

Washington Post: Iraq, siding with Iran, aids Syria’s Assad

(International) Huffington Post: The secret memo behind the Al-Awlaki Killing

The New York Times: Secret U.S. Memo Made Legal Case to Kill a Citizen

The International Herald Tribune: Secret U.S. Memo Made Legal Case to Kill a Citizen

(USA) Democracy Now: Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to Trio of Women for Championing Gender Equality, Peace-Building

The Irish Times: Sarkozy to meet Merkel over ongoing euro zone crisis

(Australia) The Age: Juror persuaded by Knox’s honest face

(Australia) Sydney Morning Herald: Juror persuaded by Knox’s honest face

The Times of India: Pakistan to repatriate Osama family

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Protesters clash with police at U.S. National Air and Space Museum

(Mexico) The News: Rally to demand pullout: Afghans want NATO to leave

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: Rich, poor divide at heart of Wall Street protests

Global times (China): NZ navy called in for oil clean up

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: Czechs not ready to join eurozone before ’15

The Moscow Times: Putin Offers Liberal Rules and Kudrin

(International) Reuters: Yemenis shrug off Saleh’s talk of stepping down

(International) Associated Press Mobile: Syria warns countries not to recognize opposition

The Wall Street Journal: Discord Riddles Libyan Factions

(Argentina) Clarin: Sarkozy under pressure to save public money to banks

New Zealand Herald: Behind every oligarch…is a mean-looking bodyguard

(Libya) Ya Libnan: Syrian FM minister warns of reprisals

The Copenhagen Post: Government backtracks on CIA flight investigation

Iceland Reviw Online: Snowdrift in Reykjavík Mountain Still Prevails

(Norway) Aftenposten: Syria warns against supporting the opposition

(Turkey) Aygazete: PKK raided the building of Britain TV

The Balkan Chronicle: No end in sight to the absurdity

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Connection unavailable

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer: Cain, Bachmann avoid flap over Romney’s faith (Uses links to other papers for world news)

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Transition causes a stir: In the face of schedules and counter-schedules confusion abounds

The Palestine Telegraph: Three Women’s Rights Activists share Nobel Peace Prize.

The Jerusalem Post: Romney would up defense aid to Israel.

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

Translation by Google Translate.

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