Newspaper headlines from around the World January 1st 2012

Happy New Year to you all on this January 1st 2012

(UK) BBC News: Europe leaders warn of difficult 2012

(Europe) Euronews: Strike halts Portugal’s trains

(USA) CNN: Syrian opposition group: More than 5,800 died in 2011

(Ireland) RTE: Dozens killed in Nigeria land dispute clashes

(German) Spiegel: Delusions of the Euro Zone:The Lies that Europe’s Politicians Tell Themselves

(German) Die Welt:  The debt crisis hasn’t weighed heavily on the German taxpayers , says Finance Minister Schäuble; Euro is a success story.

(France) Le Monde: Iran claims to have tested nuclear fuel rods

France 24: The rise and fall of the euro, ten years on

(UK) The Guardian: Iran reports successful medium-range missile test. Ground-to-air naval test firing follows previous day’s claim of nuclear fuel breakthrough

(Italy) La Repubblica: From CGIL, CISL and UIL warning Mountains “Social conflict depends on the government”

(Peru) LaRepublica: Rupert Murdoch already have an account at Twitter

Washington Post: Militants create haven in southern Yemen

(International) Huffington Post: Obama Signs Defense Bill Despite ‘Serious Reservations’

The New York Times: China TV Grows Racy, and Gets a Chaperon

(NYT International) Herald Tribune: China TV Grows Racy, and Gets a Chaperon

(USA) Democracy Now: Scott Olsen, U.S. Vet Wounded at Occupy Oakland, on Recovery, Protests, Iraq and Bradley Manning

The Irish Times: Pope urges action to tackle growing global challenges

(Australia) The Age: From the sodden seaside of Britain to the quietly glittering jewel of Burma

(Australia) Sydney Morning Herald: From the sodden seaside of Britain to the quietly glittering jewel of Burma

The Times of India: 52 killed in ethnic clashes in Nigeria

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Revolutions: Long in coming, they require disciplined preparation

(Mexico) The News: Bell recordings give feel of past

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: Magnitude 7.0 quake hits northeatern Japan: JMA

Global times (China): Subverting the state is not freedom of speech

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: Govt, DPJ OK tax hike draft

The Moscow Times: Dissenters Dissed, Noted in New Year’s Speeches

(International) Reuters: Arab body says monitors should quit Syria promptly

(International) Associated Press Mobile: Bright spots, dark clouds Obama seeks right tone

The Wall Street Journal: China Pins Hopes on Public Housing

(Argentina) Clarin: Rajoy raises taxes and imposes a historic spending cuts

New Zealand Herald: Stoner wrinklies giving Germans a headache

(Libya) Ya Libnan: No Injuries Reported in Magnitude 7 Japan Earthquake

The Copenhagen Post:  Danish company implicated in banned Israel-Iran trade

The Reykjavik Grapevine: Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson Will not Run Again for President of Iceland

(Norway) Aftenposten: To educate young people in peace, this year’s theme

(Turkey) Dunya: The greatest risk reduction in sources of financing the current account deficit in 2012

The Balkan Chronicle: If American political establishment is afraid of Ron Paul, You should know of him!

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Fresh fighting flares up in central Somalia

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer (Links to other websites): Five Festive Facts About New Year’s Day

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Egypt’s longest yearThe Jerusalem Post: PM: Security fence to be build along border with Jordan

Jerusalem World News: Israel warns: Next Hamas kidnapping will bring war

The Palestine Telegraph: Political Tyranny of the Few and Mankind …….Unchanged Headline

(Pakistan) The News International: World rings in New Year in blaze of fireworks

(Syria) The News: Student in the School of Biomedical Engineering in Damascus shoots 5 of his colleagues, killing one of them

(Brussels) Le Soir: They throw themselves into the water to the New Year

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

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Iram says it has conducted nuclear testing. Picture from La Monde


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