News Headlines From Around the World November 20th 2011

(UK) BBC News: Arab League rejects Syrian demand to change peace plan

(Europe) Euronews: Spanish voters set to swing to the right over euro crisis

(USA) CNN: Al-Assad: Syria ‘will not bow down’

(Ireland) RTE: Voting begins in Spanish general election

(German) Spiegel:  (1st story) Chinese Dissident Exposes Prison Brutality (2nd story) Facts and Myths about Germany’s Far-Right Extremists

(German) Die Welt: Ten reasons why the euro was a mistake

(France) Le Monde: Israeli journalists denounce the threats to press freedom in their country

France 24: Arab League rejects Syrian peace plan amendments

(UK) The Guardian: Egyptian protesters clash with police for second day

(Italy) La Repubblica: Monti economy opens the file ICI, VAT and lower taxes on labor

(Peru) LaRepublica: Students Chilean government refused to negotiate with opposition

Washington Post: Around the Fukushima plant, a world left behind

(International) Huffington Post: Lobbying Firm Memo To Advise Wall Street Clients On Occupy Movement

The New York Times: Violent Clashes in Cairo Continue Into a Second Day

The International Herald Tribune: Violent Clashes in Cairo Continue Into a Second Day

(USA) Democracy Now: Occupy Wall Street Draws Massive Turnout in NYC and Across the Nation to Mark 2-Month Milestone

The Irish Times: Spanish voters go to polls

(Australia) The Age: Stars take tabloids on at hacking inquiry

(Australia) Sydney Morning Herald:  Stars take tabloids on at hacking inquiry

The Times of India: 2 dead, 800 injured as protests spread to more Egyptian cities

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Greece rules out fresh austerity (2) Toyota’s rough ride forcing strategic rethink (3) Irish angered with Berlin over budget leak

(Mexico) The News: Rockets fired at elder council

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: EU urges Libya to “deliver Saif to justice safely”

Global times (China): Netizens post photos of school bus overcrowding across country

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: Thai workers at Japanese firms get visas

The Moscow Times: No Road Map on EU Visa Deal

(International) Reuters: Gaddafi son held as Libyans wrangle on government

(International) Associated Press MobileTop Story: Syrian FM attacks Arab League after it rejects proposed amendments to observers mission

The Wall Street Journal: A Marine’s Death by Friendly Fire Haunts Afghanistan Outpost

(Argentina) Clarin: Punishment vote for the PSOE. Spain, surrounded by the crisis now passes control to the right

New Zealand Herald:  Egypt: Riot police clash with Cairo protesters

(Libya) The Tripoli Post: Libyan Rulers Promise Fair Trial for Captured Seif al-Islam

The Copenhagen Post: Thorning-Schmidt ‘a bridge’ between Denmark and Germany

(Iceland) Morgunbladid: Björk “Digital Genius” at the MTV O Music Awards

(Norway) Aftenposten: Record Digestion for Montis government

(Turkey)Dunya: Gümüşdağ released. Deputy Chairman of the statement was within the scope of the Celestial Gümüşdağ’ın League match-fixing investigation.

The Balkan Chronicle: Turkey, Jordan to set up safe zones in Syria

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Somali PM tours Mogadishu’s main market of Bakaro

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer (Links to other online papers for world news): Spaniards vote to find way out of crisis – Reuters

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Reading global tea leaves. Monti in the making, tips on TPP, what’s the world coming to?

The Jerusalem Post:  Syria: Arab mission compromises our sovereignty

Jerusalem World News: Israel: Abbas choosing Hamas over peace

The Palestine Telegraph: Occupy UK converges on London

(Palestine) Amlalommah:(Heading 6)  Zahar, Hamas’s refusal to confirm an election before agreeing on my government and security. Story of Interest: Mohammed Sudan writes: The prosecutor asks!! Why do Americans support Israel and the West?

(Syria) Champress: Seif al-Islam Gaddafi arrested, ICC seeks confirmation

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

Translation by Google Translate.

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Violent Clases in Cairo Day 2 and 2 dead, 800 injured. Picture NYTImes Nov. 20th 2011


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