News Headlines from Around the World November 13th 2011

(UK) BBC News: Italy crisis: President holds talks to find new

(Europe) Euronews: Celebrations in Italy as Berlusconi resigns

(USA) CNN: Italy seeks leader to replace Berlusconi

(Ireland) RTE: Talks begin to form new Italian government

(German) Spiegel: Berlin Prepares for Possible Greek Exit from Euro Zone

(German) Die Welt: Berlusconi hopes to return to the Government

(France) Le Monde: The police occupied the most iconic of Rio favela

France 24: The twilight of Berlusconi’s long reign

(UK) The Guardian: Silvio Berlusconi bows out after Italian MPs vote for savage cuts

(Italy) La Repubblica: Silvio Berlusconi has resigned shouts in celebration of the square: “Buffoon”

(Peru) LaRepublica: Giorgio Napolitano, Italy’s president, accepted the resignation of Berlusconi. Italy: Celebrations in Rome by the resignation of Silvio Berlusconi

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

(International) Huffington Post: Republican Debate: Candidates Call For Military Strikes On Iran, Return Of Waterboarding

The New York Times: Berlusconi Steps Down, and Italy Pulses With Change

The International Herald Tribune: Berlusconi Steps Down, and Italy Pulses With Change

(USA) Democracy Now: Naomi Klein on Environmental Victory: Obama Delays Keystone XL Oil Pipeline Decision Until 2013

The Irish Times: Italy starts process of building new government

(Australia) The Age: Mexican minister dies in helicopter crash

(Australia) Sydney Morning Herald: (1) Boy genius of the art world   (2) Berlusconi the ‘buffoon’ resigns Scandal-prone Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi steps down.

The Times of India: Firing near White House raises alarm

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Greece, Italy show perils of dragging heels on debt

(Mexico) The News: Police capture most-wanted

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: UN Security Council urges “maximum restraint” from Liberian  statekeholders

Global times (China): Italian PM Berlusconi formally resigns

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: Gemba, Clinton in tune on Futenma relocation

The Moscow Times: Iran Lobbies for Russian Support

(International) Reuters: APEC leaders seek firewall against Europe crisis

(International) Associated Press Mobile:  Syrians protest Arab vote; embassies attacked

The Wall Street Journal: Berlusconi Bows Out; Austerity Lies Ahead

(Argentina) Clarin: Death of a key minister and suspect drug traffickers

New Zealand Herald: End of an era: Berlusconi resigns

(Libya) The Tripoli Post: Libya Oil Production on Schedule, but Economic Recovery Still Slow

The Copenhagen Post: FM warns against attacks on Iran

(Iceland) Morgunbladid: Body of Missing Tourist Found on Glacier

(Norway) Aftenposten: Japan Fukushima opens to the outside world. Journalists visited the destroyed nuclear power plant in Fukuishima for the first time since the disaster.

(Turkey)Dunya: Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has resigned

The Balkan Chronicle: Detroit prayer event puts American Muslim community on edge

(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): Leaders eye final Trans-Pacific deal in 2012

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Occupation unknown. The Wall Street movement and the Egyptian revolution have a lot in  common

The Jerusalem Post:  Recognizing the Jewish State and Sarkozy’s stupidity

Jerusalem World News: Britain expects Israel to attack Iran by Christmas

The Palestine Telegraph: Israeli soldiers open fire on southern Gaza Strip

(Palestine) Amlalommah: Suspend the membership of the League of Arab Syria, and asks its members to withdraw their ambassadors

(Syria) Champress: Ambassador Ahmad: Decision to suspend Syria’s membership illegal and violates Arab League’s convention and internal charter

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

Translation by Google Translate.

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Syrian rprotesters during a demonstration against the Arab League decision to suspend Syria.Damascus Sunday Nov. 13, 2011.(AP Photo/Muzaffar Salman)

Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi resigned November 12th 2011 Photo: AFP

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