News Headlines From Around The World June 10, 2012

Top three headlines for June 10, 2012 on audio


(Europe) Euronews: Parliamentary poll in France, a month after the presidential race

The Irish Times: Rajoy says bank bailout will provide ‘cushion’ for Spain

(UK) The Guardian:Spain to get bank bailout that may run up to €100b. Country joins Greece, Ireland and Portugal in bowing to need for aid to survive European debt crisis

(German) Die Welt: “The men in black are still to Madrid”  Before he can cheer on the Spanish footballer, Rajoy Premier must explain yet why his country slips under the parachute. His government is trying to sell the bankrupt as a victory.

(France) Le Monde: Euro 2012: “Kiev has managed the feat of annoying everyone”

(Brussels) Le Soir: The Syrian regime is nearing its end

(Italy) La Repubblica: Nigeria, anti-Christian attacks. five dead and several injured

The Copenhagen Post: Hu to make ‘historic’ visit

(Iceland) Visir: Shooting deaths of Students. Casualties in the shooting of Student anecdotal sources tell that the three died and several injured in a shooting that occurred at the Student in the city Auburn in Alabama, USA.

(Norway) Aftenposten: Ecological crisis on the way to the U.S.

(International) Huffington Post: Afghanistan’s U.S.-Funded Counter-Narcotics Tribunal Convicts Nearly All Defendants, Records Show

The Balkan Chronicle: Serbian Foreign Minister Jeremic is new UN General Assembly president

(Turkey) Dunya: 6.1-magnitude earthquake in the Mediterranean

North America

The Wall Street Journal: Rajoy Upbeat on Aid Plan

Washington Post: Syria rebels gaining ground, strength

The New York Times: Assad’s Response to Syria Unrest Leaves His Own Sect Divided

(International) Associated Press: As army grows, a unit highlights the challenges

(International) Reuters: Analysis: Al Qaeda down, but not out in Pakistan

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak in critical condition, official says

South America

(Peru) LaRepublica: Mariano Rajoy: Not as easy to get a credit of 100 billion euros

(Argentina) Clarin: Announce a giant bailout of the eurozone for Spain: EUR 100 billion

(Mexico) The News: Argentina would ID ‘unknown’ soldiers. Families of the Falkland Islands War’s fallen divided on proposal.

(Brazil) The Rio Tiimes: Spain and Brazil Look to Strengthen Ties

(Chile) Clarin: Enforcement in Canada: arrest of the daughter of Deputy Amir Khadir

(Bolivia) Journada: The “blue helmets” are signs of heavy weapons attack in Al Qubeir

(Ecuador) La Hora Nacional:Indian company leaves large mining project in Bolivia

(South American News) Merco Press: Middle class Argentines protest with pots and pans against corruption, crime, inflation and the dollar clamp

(Guyana) Stabroek News: U.S. judge gives Dudus 23 years in prison

(Paraguay) Ultima Hora: Mubarak remains in critical condition at a prison hospital in Cairo

(Venezuala) El Nacional: Shabiha, militia accused of committing massacres in Syria

(Uruguay) El Obervador: 23 years in prison for one of the most dangerous drug traffickers The Jamaican Christopher Coke was sentenced Friday in New York


(Australia) The Age: Britons want Prince Charles as next king      

New Zealand Herald: Montreal mass protest over Formula One


(China, Communist) People’s Daily: China to launch Shenzhou-IX spacecraft in mid June

Global times (China): Assad names new PM to form govt

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: Mainali ‘so happy’ to see family again

The Moscow Times: United Russia to Sue Navalny en Masse

Russia Today: Damascus sees worst violence since start of Syrian uprising

The Times of India: Syria opposition elects Kurd activist as leader

Jerusalem World News: Tensions high in middle east as Iran bangs war drum

The Palestine Telegraph: Turning The ‘Naksa’ Around (News)

(Pakistan) The News International: Militant tag rankles Pakistan


(Libya) The Tripoli Post: Libya Holds ICC Four-Member Delegation After Visiting Seif

Aljazeera: Kenya minister among helicopter crash Victims. Helicopter carrying internal security minister George Saitoti, His deputy and four Others crashes near Nairobi.

(Somalia) The Shabelle News:Kenyan minister George Saitoti killed in helicopter crash

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer (Links to other websites): Daniels: Obama ‘does not understand’ jobs

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Continued from Al-Azhar and the Church Sawiris Jabali and on women in the Constituent Constitution Parliament will discuss at its meeting tomorrow the report of the Committee on Constitutional and Legislative Affairs on the draft criteria for election of members of the Constituent Assembly to prepare a constitution.

(Syria) The News: President al-Assad cost Riad veil to form a new government

Syrian Arab News Agency: Lavrov: We Won’t Pass any UNSC Resolution on Military Intervention in Syria

(Uganda) New Vision: Al Qaeda group says Obama, Clinton worth only chickens, camels

Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy. The conservative government of prime minister Mariano Rajoy is determined to save face and not use the word 'bailout'. Photograph: Fred Dufour/AFP Picture Via UK's The Guardian June 10, 2012

Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy. The conservative government of prime minister Mariano Rajoy is determined to save face and not use the word ‘bailout’. Photograph: Fred Dufour/AFP Picture Via UK’s The Guardian June 10, 2012

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

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