News Headlines from Around the World November 6th 2011

(UK) BBC News: Greece opposition chief demands PM quits over debt crisis

(Europe) Euronews:  Bomb blast – Terrorism Baghdad blasts kill eight

(USA) CNN: Greek PM to resign after coalition government formed

(Ireland) RTE: Greece needs ‘message of stability’

(German) Spiegel: Decision Brings More Complications than Clarity

(German) Die Welt: Sunfire can soon be replaced with nuclear power? For 20 years, researchers are working on nuclear fusion inspired by the sun.

(France) Le Monde: Many died during demonstrations against the regime of Bashar al-Assad, Syria

France 24: Greek PM struggles to form emergency coalition

(UK) The Guardian: Chaos in Greece amid battle to form a ‘government of national salvation’

(Italy) La Repubblica: Storm, a dead man in Arco Felice; Napoli-Juventus game postponed

(Peru) LaRepublica: Colombia: FARC say they will continue their struggle despite the death of Alfonso Cano

Washington Post: U.S. troops leave border base to Afghans

(International) Huffington Post: FBI Says The End Is Near For Investigations Into Civil Rights-era Cold Cases

The New York Times: Leaving Iraq, U.S. Fears New Surge of Qaeda Terror

The International Herald Tribune: Leaving Iraq, U.S. Fears New Surge of Qaeda Terror

(USA) Democracy Now: Exclusive: Video from Gaza Flotilla as Israeli Navy Prepares to Intercept Boats

The Irish Times: Talks on Greek government start, without the opposition

(Australia) The Age: Arab League chief warns

(Australia) Sydney Morning Herald: Arab League chief warns; DAMASCUS. Syrian forces killed 27 people across the country

The Times of India: Syrian forces kill 4 at start of Eid: Activists

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Coalition government needed to prove euro zone commitment: Greek PM

(Mexico) The News: Cuba legalizes private property

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: Chinese Premier discusses trade relations with U.S. business delegation

Global times (China): Marchers protest against high jobless rate in London

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: Japan seeks to repay Turkey / Okayama-based NGO sending medical staff to quake-struck area

The Moscow Times: Errors, Drugs Crashed Lokomotiv Jet

(International) Reuters: Greek parties bicker as Europe demands clarity

(International) Associated Press Mobile: Candidates change, but not their campaign stops

The Wall Street Journal:  Greek Leader May Step Down

(Argentina) Clarin: The worst of FARC: top leader gunned down

New Zealand Herald: Billionaire mayor grapples with Wall St protest

(Libya) The Tripoli Post: El-Keeb: Engineer Presiding over Construction of Democratic Libyan Government

The Copenhagen Post: 50 wounded Libyans to receive treatment in Denmark

(Iceland) Morgunbladid:  New Photo Books on Iceland Published

(Norway) Aftenposten: Eight killed in bomb attack on the market in Iraq

Turkishpress.com Dozens feared dead in clashes across Syria

The Balkan Chronicle: U.S. pettiness

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Somali pilgrims pray their people, country to be out of the problems

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

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Opening campaigns; Egypt’s first post-Mubarak parliamentary election opened yesterday.

The Jerusalem Post:  (1)Netanyahu calls on Histadrut to cancel scheduled strike (2) ‘Flotilla activists still being detained in Israel’

The Palestine Telegraph: UN agitated over Israeli decision to build more Settlements

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

Translation by Google Translate.

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

Translation by Google Translate.

Hundreds more newspapers from around the world are just a click away. Click here

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