News Headlines from Around the World December 25th 2011

Seasons Greetings to all newspaper junkies this December 25th, 2011

(UK) BBC News: Nigeria churches hit by blasts during Christmas prayers

(Europe) Euronews: Boko Haram claims Nigerian church bombings

(USA) CNN:Two Nigeria churches bombed on Christmas Day

(Ireland) RTE: Bomb explodes at church in Nigeria

(German) Spiegel: North Korea’s Mysterious New Leader

(German) Die Welt: Schäuble holds for the euro crisis “manageable”

(France) Le Monde: Hacking the site of the UMP MP behind the text on the Armenian Genocide

France 24: Christmas Day explosions rock Nigerian churches

(UK) The Guardian: Nigerian churches targeted by Christmas Day bombs

(Italy) La Repubblica: Bombs during the Christmas mass 27 dead in Nigeria’s capital

(Peru) LaRepublica: Argentina: A hundred injured by fireworks in Buenos Aires

Washington Post: Oil interests push China into Sudanese mire

(International) Huffington Post: Ali Abdullah Saleh, Yemen Outgoing President, Will Travel To United States

The New York Times: Vast Rally in Moscow Is a Challenge to Putin’s Power

(NYT International) Hearld Tribune: Vast Rally in Moscow Is a Challenge to Putin’s Power

(USA) Democracy Now: U.S. Troops Charged After Fellow GI, Hazing Victim Danny Chen Found Dead in Afghanistan

The Irish Times: Pope calls for end to violence in Syria

(Australia) The Age: Funeral invitations sort near from dear for North Korean leader

(Australia) Sydney Morning Herald:  Christmas blast at Nigerian church

The Times of India: Govt will complete 5-year term: Gilani

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Forecasters cut U.S. growth outlook

(Mexico) The News: Army: Manning aided enemies

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: Unavailable

Global times (China): Yemen’s Saleh says to go to US for medical check

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: REGIME CHANGE IN PYONGYANG / Hopes rise for end to abductions impasse

The Moscow Times: Saturday Rally Suggests Protest Mood Is Growing

(International) Reuters: Islamist militants explode five bombs in Nigeria

(International) Associated Press Mobile: Muslim sect claims Nigeria church attacks; 25 dead

The Wall Street Journal: Campaign Seeks to Bolster North Korea’s New Leader

(Argentina) Clarin: Cuba lifts restrictions on movement into and out of the island

New Zealand Herald: Prince Philip in ‘good spirits’ after surgery

(Libya) The Tripoli Post: Intellectuals Discuss Civil Democratic Libya at Three-Day Symposium

The Copenhagen Post:  “Confession” indicates soldiers abetted torture

The Reykjavik Grapevine: Santa had to get Help from Rescue Squad

(Norway) Aftenposten: From resort to war in less than a week. Lieutenant Colonel Bard Solheim got a gut feeling that the job was going to call when the UN resolution against Muammar Gadafi went through.

(Turkey) Dunya: Aydin Menderes, was buried in funeral Topkapı’daki Mezar’da Monument.

The Balkan Chronicle: Turkish PM cites French ‘genocide’ in Algeria

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Somalia’s future president arrives in Mogadishu

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer: Ethiopia’s Mortality Caused by HIV/AIDS Decreased by 70% but PMTCT Program Failed (Unchanged headline)

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Egypt on the edge

The Jerusalem Post: Unavailable

Jerusalem World News: Report: Israeli firm sold Internet surveillance equipment to Iran

The Palestine Telegraph: Political Tyranny of the Few and Mankind

(Pakistan) The News International: 27 dead in church blast near Nigerian capital

(Syria) The News:  Deaths of dozens of victims in the bombing of Damascus .. And the arrest of 2 of the perpetrators of the attack

(Brussels) Le Soir: Deadly explosions shake Nigeria

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

Translation by Google Translate.

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Sun Dec 25, 2011 10:10am EST(Reuters) - Islamist militant group Boko Haram said it planted bombs that exploded on Christmas Day at churches in Nigeria, one of which killed at least 27 people on the outskirts of the capital.


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