News Headlines From Around The World October 16th 2011

(UK) BBC News: Gilad Shalit swap: Israel names Palestinian prisoners

(Europe) Euronews: French voters turn out in Socialist run-off

(USA) CNN: Obama orders U.S. troops to help chase down African ‘army’ leader

(Ireland) RTE: Silvio Berlusconi condemns Rome violence

(German) Spiegel:  A Geek Role in the Arab Spring : European Group Helps Tackle Regime Censorship

(German) Die Welt: EU wants to pay more for organic farmers subsidies

(France) Le Monde:Kenyan military operation against the Shebab in Somalia

France 24: French left votes for presidential candidate

(UK) The Guardian: ‘Occupy’ anti-capitalism protests spread around the world: Thousands march in Rome, Sydney and Madrid as Occupy Wall Street protests go global

(Italy) La Repubblica: Saturday of madness, the first estimate of the damage vandalism for about two million

(Peru) LaRepublica: One of the 33 de Atacama was arrested for alleged domestic violence

Washington Post: Amid population boom, India hopes for ‘demographic dividend’ but fears disaster

(International) Huffington Post: Occupy Times Square: Occupy Wall Street Protesters Swarm Midtown

The New York Times: To Isolate Iran, U.S. Presses Inspectors on Nuclear Data

The International Herald Tribune: To Isolate Iran, U.S. Presses Inspectors on Nuclear Data

(USA) Democracy Now: NYC Withdraws Cleaning Evacuation Order in Face of Defiant Occupy Wall Street Protesters

The Irish Times: Wall Street protests go global

(Australia) The Age: Gaddafi forces under siege

(Australia) Sydney Morning Herald: I may be a chauvinist pig but I’m no rapist

The Times of India:  Thousands of protesters fill NYC’s Times Square

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: U.S. abandons plans to keep troops in Iraq past year-end deadline

(Mexico) The News: Uprising becoming militarized: Protesters increase use of arms

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: G20 financial leaders expect bigger European bailout fund for debt crisis

Global times (China): Yemeni defected army condemns killing protesters, calls for UN interference

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: Defense industry body target of cyber-attack

The Moscow Times: Students Want Medvedev to See Dorms

(International) Reuters: Global “Day of Rage” peaceful for most

(International) Associated Press Mobile: Algerian writer Sansal wins Frankfurt peace prize

The Wall Street Journal: Protests Turn Violent in Rome

(Argentina) Clarin: The “outraged” globize and there were clashes in Rome

New Zealand Herald: Flood barriers will determine Thai capital’s fate

(Libya) Ya Libnan: Israel names prisoners to be freed in swap deal

The Copenhagen Post: ‘Fez Fez’ expelled from country: Supreme Court rules to deport immigrant drug dealer

The Iceland Review: Early Modern Nordic Art Celebrated in New York

(Norway) Aftenposten: Today is World Food Day: While Norwegians arguing about carbohydrates suffer 195 million children are undernourished.

(Turkey) Aygazete: Collecting for the Syrian Arab League Arab League foreign ministers gather in Syria to discuss the situation today with an extraordinary item on the agenda.

The Balkan Chronicle: Ongoing Revolution: ‘Indignant’ protests to sweep across world

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Rawlings urges Somali political leaders to implement transition roadmap

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer (Links to other online papers for world news): Thousands gather as MLK memorial dedication opens

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: The test of bloody Sunday

The Jerusalem Post: Saudi Arabia takes Iran to UN over alleged plot

The Palestine Telegraph: Oliver Letwin dumps documents in park bins

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

Translation by Google Translate.

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