News Headlines From Around The World October 31st 2011

Unable to complete due to a loss of power. Read Developed Country or Heart of Darkness for more information.

Copying and pasting newspaper links on an iPhone would be next to impossible. Apologies to anyone who reads this section regularly.

The Guardian is reporting the snowstorm as it’s top story today.

We lost electricity at 12:05 pm, Saturday, and as of 10:06 am Sunday, we still remain without power. In the eighteen years I have lived in America, it has never snowed so early. The last early snow fall was in the mid ’90’s the day before Thanksgiving, which is typically the second to last Thursday in November.
Here is a video taken two hours into the storm:

Monday, October 31st News 

(UK) BBC News: Cain denies report of sexual harassment allegations

(Europe) Euronews: Floods fail to deter dedicated Thai postman

(USA) CNN: 7 billion people and beyond

(Ireland) RTE: Greek deal must be a one off: Trichet

(German) Spiegel: Racism Concerns Raised by German Man’s Mysterious Death

(German) Die Welt: Made in Japan – the first city in the world ready

(France) Le Monde: Tunisia: international arrest warrant against the widow of Yasser Arafat

France 24: UN culture agency grants Palestinians full membership

(UK) The Guardian: Libya after Gaddafi: freed journalist tracks down his jailer

(Italy) La Repubblica: Unipol-Bnl, Fazio and sentenced Consort Caltagirone For three years in prison

(Peru) LaRepublica: Puts an end to NATO operations in Libya

Washington Post: U.S. had advance warning of abuse at Afghan prisons, officials say

(International) Huffington Post: Herman Cain Sexual Harassment Accusations: GOP Presidential Candidate Denies Politico Report

The New York Times: U.S. Seeks Aid From Pakistan in Peace Effort

The International Herald Tribune: U.S. Seeks Aid From Pakistan in Peace Effort

(USA) Democracy Now: Condition of Injured Occupy Oakland Protester Upgraded to Fair

The Irish Times: Growth rate ‘clarion call to action’

(Australia) The Age: Imran Khan rises again in Pakistan

(Australia) Sydney Morning Herald: Imran Khan rises again in Pakistan

The Times of India: Pak ambassador joins Diwali revelry in Beijing

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: NATO winds down 7-month Libya campaign

(Mexico) The News: Honduras now new cocaine hub

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: Shanghai confirms housing regs working

Global times (China): Rare early snow storm pounds US Northeast

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: NGO doctors arrive to help in Turkey

The Moscow Times: Business Bored With Politics

(International) Reuters: UNESCO gives Palestinians full membership

(International) Associated Press Mobile: Power restoration in snowy East could take days

The Wall Street Journal: Taliban Hit Challenges Gains

(Argentina) Clarin: Violence returns between Israelis and Palestinians: At least 11 dead

New Zealand Herald: Qantas planes set to take off this afternoon

(Libya) The Tripoli Post: Libya Leaves International Organisations to Deal with Weapons Find

The Copenhagen Post: Human rights court: OK to extradite Rwandan

The Iceland Review: Stereotyping America

(Norway) Aftenposten: Pizza top dog Cain surprising leaders in the recent measurement

(Turkey) Aygazete: ‘The biggest betrayal to sell the nation’

The Balkan Chronicle: New security rhetoric for the Balkans

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Three killed in Mogadishu house collapse

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer (Links to other online papers for world news):

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Parliamentary mix and match

The Jerusalem Post: The Price Gets Higher West Bank settler vandalism against Palestinians has crossed over into Israel proper.

The Palestine Telegraph: Norman Finkelstein to tour the UK, Book your Tickets

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

Translation by Google Translate.

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