Newspaper headlines From Around the World, January 29th 2012

(UK) BBC News: Afghan President Hamid Karzai ‘plans talks with Taliban’

(Europe) Euronews: Egyptians vote in upper house polls

(USA) CNN: Top U.N. nuclear team lands in Iran, state media reports

(Ireland) RTE: Hamas chief in historic Jordan visit

(German) Spiegel: Hitler’s ‘Battle of the Colors’Doubt Cast on Olympic Friendship between Owens and Long

(German) Die Welt: The Germans pay for Greece’s bankruptcy
In order to save Greece, ranging from a debt of the banks do not. The states must do their part – and therefore the taxpayer.

(France) Le Monde: The White clown of Kingston

France 24: Deadly clashes break out in Damascus suburbs

(UK) The Guardian: Syrian troops battle to retake Damascus suburbs

(Italy) La Repubblica: Dead ex-President Oscar Luigi Scalfaro by the Constituent Assembly not to Berlusconi

(Peru) LaRepublica: “Relations between Spain and Peru deserve closer and better”

Washington Post: New bridge in Mexico loaded with big dreams

(International) Huffington Post: As Newt Gingrich Fades In Florida, February Once Again Looks Like Tough Sledding

The New York Times: In Cradle of Games, a New Olympic Trial: Debt

(NYT International) Herald Tribune: In Cradle of Games, a New Olympic Trial: Debt

(USA) Democracy Now: Despite Salary Caps, Treasury Approved Lucrative Exec Payouts at Dozens of Bailed-Out Firms

The Irish Times: Greece rejects ‘budget control’

(Australia) The Age: Arab League to withdraw observer mission as violence mounts in Syria

(Australia) Sydney Morning Herald: ‘How much are the kids I never had worth?’ – forced sterilisation victim

The Times of India: 5.7 quake strikes remote Pacific area: geologists

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Herman Cain backs Newt Gingrich’s presidential bid

(Mexico) The News: Troops conduct  raids in suburbs  Syria gov’t will continue with the ‘security solution’

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: US Probe on Chinese Wind Power Products Hurts Both Sides

Global times (China): Egypt Islamists seek more gains in polls

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: Changing World 2012: Japan and East Asia/ The focus of Russia’s Resources Dipolmacy May Shift To Far East

The Moscow Times: Protests’ Ogre Churov Insists He Is Apolitical

(International) Reuters: Iran upbeat on nuclear visit, delays EU bill

(International) Associated Press Mobile:  Gingrich bemoans Romney’s Florida “carpet-bombing”   

The Wall Street Journal: Emboldened Taliban Try to Sell Softer Image

(Argentina) Clarin: The Asian giant: The Year of the Dragon unleashes a “baby boom” among Chinese

New Zealand Herald: Peru: Devastating fire sweeps through rehab centre

(Libya) The Tripoli Post: Bani Waleed: The Calm before the Storm

The Copenhagen Post:  Denmark signs contentious anti-piracy agreement

The Reykjavik Grapevine: Icelander Plays Soldier in Spielberg’s War Horse

(Norway) Aftenposten: Iran exposes the proposed oil stoppage to the EU. Iranian parliament has postponed consideration of a proposal which means that oil supplies to EU countries will be stopped with immediate effect

(Turkey) Dunya: This train also slipped, will go bankrupt: Greek Prime Minister Papadimos, bond swap plan negotiations and the agreement on the new aid package, if not completed until Wednesday said the country will go bankrupt.

The Balkan Chronicle: EU signs ACTA, global internet censorship treaty

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Top Shabelle Officials speak about Fantastic’s death. ”

Shabelle Media Network has lost one of its best resource persons, a valuable friend, a man who was well-known for his journalistic professionalism and commitment, the director of Shabelle Media Network in Mogadishu Mr Hassan Osman Abdi ‘Fantastic’ who was murdered on Saturday evening around 6:30pm at his home in Wadajir district of Mogadishu. ” Funeral held for Shabelle Media Network director killed in Mogadishu

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer (Links to other websites): Hamas leader visits Jordan for first time in 13 years

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Between stone-throwing protesters and the people of District Bulaq to Maspero .. And the flight of ambulances

Jerusalem World News: US: Sanctions, diplomacy working against Iran

The Palestine Telegraph: International media complicit in legitimization of Israeli settlements

(Pakistan) The News International: Britain calls for NATO to stick to 2014 Afghan pullout

(Syria) The News: Missed in a scene for decades .. Snow covering the city of Aleppo

(Brussels) Le Soir: The IPO is accurate to Facebook: The IPO of the website Facebook, the most awaited event of the year on the stock exchange markets, seems to identify with rumors of an imminent filing of record relayed by the Wall Street Journal.

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

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A Free Syrian Army fighter waves an independence flag in Saqba. Photograph: Ahmed Jadallah/Reuters Picture From UK's The Guardian


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