News Headlines from Around the World March 11 2012

(UK) BBC News: US soldier kills Afghan civilians in Kandahar

(Europe) Euronews: Congo: Tsunami survivors remember lost loved ones

(USA) CNN: Annan to meet again with Syrian president in hopes of agreement

(Ireland) RTE: Japan marks earthquake anniversary

(German) Spiegel: South Korea’s Unification Plan ‘No One Wants to Just Swallow Up the North’

(German) Die Welt: Major obstacles to Germany’s ‘Silver Workers’  Highly qualified do not think much of retirement, and German companies are desperately seeking skilled workers.

(France) Le Monde:  Transferred to the Bagram prison in Afghanistan in six months

France 24: Sarkozy is fading places bets Villepinte rally. As the clock ticks down election, French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s ruling UMP party are Mobilizing resources around a massive campaign rally in the northern Paris suburb of Villepinte.

(UK) The Guardian: Japan disaster one year on: Earthquake and Tsunami Victims Remembered

(Italy) La Repubblica: Alfano: “The judgment Dell’Utri Comments violent party of magistrates. ” “The Secretary of the PDL takes issue with interviews from togas on the process involving the senator, a former managing director of Publitalia

(Peru) LaRepublica: Millions in compensation for victims ask the Costa Concordia

Washington Post: Japanese pray, hold moment of silence to mark 1 year since quake and tsunami

(International) Huffington Post: U.S. Soldier Opens Fire On Civilians In Afghanistan

The New York Times: American Is Held After Shooting of Civilians in Afghanistan

(NYT International) Herald Tribune: American Is Held After Shooting of Civilians in Afghanistan

(USA) Democracy Now: U.S. Faces Challenge to “Drug War” as Latin American Countries Mull Decriminalization, Legalization

The Irish Times: Japan marks one year since quake, tsunami disaster

(Australia) The Age: EastEnders actress’ brother charged.   The brother of a former EastEnders actress whose headless body was  found dumped in a canal has been charged with her murder.

(Australia) Sydney Morning Herald: EastEnders actress’ brother charged.   The brother of a former EastEnders actress whose headless body was  found dumped in a canal has been charged with her murder.

The Times of India: ‘Kony 2012’ director answers critics of video on dictator

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: One year later: Japan remembers deadly earthquake, tsunami

(Mexico) The News: Powers prefer diplomatic way. Pressuring Iran to open its Parchin military site

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: China probes 7 ministerial-level Officials for corruption in 2011

Global times (China): US eyes stronger military presence in Asia-Pacific, boosting naval fleet

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: ONE YEAR AFTER THE DISASTER / Recovery continues, step by step / Graduation ceremony Held in tsunami-damaged school, bus removed from building

The Moscow Times: Gay Activist Sues Lawmaker for Calling Him ‘a Girl’

Russia Today: Official: US govt already seized hundreds of foreign domains

(International) Reuters:  Japan mourns tsunami dead; grapples with aftermath 2nd story: Syria’s Assad meets peace envoy Annan again

(International) Associated Press Mobile: Links to other sites: Rogue US Soldier ‘Kills, Wounds Up To 16′ Afghans After Going Berzerk

The Wall Street Journal: One Year After Disaster, Japan Reflects, Clamors

(Argentina) Clarin: A year after the nuclear accident, Fukushima still emits radiation

New Zealand Herald: Japan tsunami: A look back at the devastating disaster

(Libya) The Tripoli Post: Former Libyan Regime Used Embassies to Conceal Weapons

Aljazeera: US soldier kills Afghans in shooting spree

The Copenhagen Post: Syrian refugees receive Danish support 2nd Story: Viral Kony 2012 campaign finds both supporters and detractors in Denmark

The Iceland Review: Reykjavík Calls on Boston

(Norway) Aftenposten: Japan quake-triggered 80 other earthquakes

(Turkey) Dunya: 4 +4 +4 proposal passed the commission  Which offers 12 years of compulsory education laws, the Parliament of Education, Culture, Youth and Sports Committee, was adopted.

The Balkan Chronicle: Erdogan lashes out at cancer report, says only God can determine lifespan

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Ethiopia dismisses reports of major Somali losses

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer (Links to other websites): Egyptian military tribunal acquits doctor on charge arising from virginity tests on detainees

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Innocence of the accused physician recruiter in the issue of virginity detection. Bringing to the military court today the curtain on the case known in the media to “detect virginity”

Jerusalem World News: Panetta: US attack on Iran would be more effective

The Palestine Telegraph: Obama, the “Denier” of Israel’s Crimes

(Pakistan) The News International: Rogue US soldier kills, wounds up to 16 Afghans

(Syria) The News: The Security Council held a meeting Monday to discuss a number of issues most notably the situation in Syria

(Brussels) Le Soir: Slovakia legislation: the left has an absolute majority

Syrian Arab News Agency: Lavrov: A Common Approach to Solve the Syrian  Crisis without Funding or Arming Opposition Should Be Agreed on

(France) Le Figaro: A year after the tsunami, Japan collects

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

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Ahmad Nadeem/Reuters A man sat next to the bodies of civilians killed in an attack on Sunday. Photo from NY Times


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