News Headlines From Around The World October 23rd 2011

(UK) BBC News: Tunisia voters go to polls in historic free election

(Europe) Euronews: Leaders land in Brussels for debt-tackling summit

(USA) CNN: Libya’s new leaders set to declare liberation

(Ireland) RTE: Enda Kenny in Brussels for crucial EU talks

(German) Spiegel: German Intelligence Service Knew Gadhafi’s Location

(German) Die Welt: Major earthquake shakes Turkey

(France) Le Monde: Three aid workers abducted in western Europe from Algeria

France 24: All Blacks beat France 8-7 to win Rugby World Cup final

(UK) The Guardian: Libya prepares for life after Gaddafi

(Italy) La Repubblica: Berlusconi: “Maybe I convinced Merkel Confederation of criticism? They are boys ”

(Peru) LaRepublica: Gaddafi’s body attracts hundreds of onlookers

Washington Post: Prisoners in Libya languish without charge

(International) Huffington Post: Tunisia Elections 2011: First Free And Multiparty Polls

The New York Times: In His Last Days, Qaddafi Wearied of Fugitive’s Life

The International Herald Tribune: In His Last Days, Qaddafi Wearied of Fugitive’s Life

(USA) Democracy Now: Gaddafi’s Death Sparks Celebrations, Probe Calls, as Libyans Begin New Era Free of Regime

The Irish Times: Pressure heaped on Italy over reforms at EU summit

(Australia) The Age: NASA considers ‘fuel stops’ in space

(Australia) Sydney Morning Herald: NASA considers ‘fuel stops’ in space

The Times of India: Libya’s new leaders to declare liberation today

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Libya’s new leaders to declare liberation, as Gadhafi’s body put on display

(Mexico) The News: Protest reaches La Paz

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: Washington urged not to provoke trade war with China

Global times (China): Floodwaters spill into northern Bangkok

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: Fillon to back global growth plan

HE3ABNCNMAR Russia The Last Supper in Frankfurt: Eurocisis account goes on trillions

International) Reuters: Earthquake hits southeastern Turkey with many reported dead

(International) Associated Press Mobile: 7.2 quake causes damage, casualties in Turkey

The Wall Street Journal: Libya’s Future on the Line

(Argentina) Clarin: They did an autopsy on the body of Gaddafi and his family

New Zealand Herald: US police use pepper spray to break up haka

(Libya) Ya Libnan: Tunisia’s election through the eyes of women

The Copenhagen Post:  Foreign minister criticises China on Tibet

The Iceland Review: Universal Signs Icelandic Band Of Monsters and Men

(Norway) Aftenposten: In the afternoon declared Libya freed

(Turkey) Aygazete: “Blood drinkers,” Americans are leaving Iraq

The Balkan Chronicle: Syrian opposition seeks closer ties to Turkey in Ankara meeting

(Somalia) The Shabelle News:  Fighting, artillery barrages in Mogadishu’s Daynile district

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer (Links to other online papers for world news): Libya’s former strongman Muammar Gaddafi has been Killed

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Half-baked Nobel recipe: Perhaps the Nobel Committee seeks to redefine feminist values, a bold gesture, but one which could go further

The Jerusalem Post: Top German politicians welcome Schalit’s release

The Palestine Telegraph: An African Perspective: “Brother GADAFI, Gone too soon!”

RT News: ‘We continue our resistance to full revenge. I am in Libya, alive and free’ – Gaddafi’s son

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

Translation by Google Translate.

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English Prime Minister Gordon Brown and Muammar Gadaffi

US President Barack Obama and Gadaffi

French President Nicholas Sarcozi and Gadaffi


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