News Headlines From Around The World June 17, 2012

Top three headlines for June 17, 2012 on audio


(Europe) Euronews: France votes in final round of parliamentary elections

The Irish Times: Europe watches as Greek voters go back to the polls

(UK) The Guardian:Greek elections: Greece returns to the polls – live coverage

(German) Die Welt: Hollande planned 120-billion package for EU

(France) Le Monde: Kapisa between hope and fear at the approach of the French withdrawal

(Brussels) Le Soir: Recovery of the vote for the second round of presidential Egyptian

(Italy) La Repubblica: Nigeria, yet More attacks on Christians explosions in 5 churches: it is murder

The Copenhagen Post: Speak softly and forget the stick, China experts warn ahead of Hu visit

(Iceland) Visir: Vote in Egypt

(Norway) Aftenposten: Woman dead after wolf attacks in Sweden

(International) Huffington Post: Egypt Elections: First Hours Of Presidential Vote See Smaller Lines And Dampened Enthusiasm

The Balkan Chronicle: Less knowledge, more power as study finds uninformed can be vital to democracy

(Turkey) Dunya: The flames rising Heybeliada. The growing influence of wind, fire, trying to prevent  spread.

North America

The Wall Street Journal: Euro zone ties to be decided as Greece votes for second time

Washington Post: Egyptians vote in second day of elections; turnout low

The New York Times: A Critical Vote in Greece on Its Standing in the Euro Zone

(International) Associated Press: Greeks vote in critical election

(International) Reuters: Greek voters set to decide euro future

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Syria peace plan suffers another blow as UN suspends mission

South America

(Peru) LaRepublica: Greece decides your future today in parliamentary elections

(Argentina) Clarin: The Greeks voted today with the future of the euro in their hands

(Mexico) The News: Egypt dissolves  its parliament

(Brazil) The Rio Tiimes: Rio+20 Conference Gets Underway

(Chile) Clarin: Another murder of a journalist in Veracruz, Mexico: Ten crimes so far this year

(Bolivia) Journada: Argentina calls “smarter” to the UK for dialogue over the Falklands

(Ecuador) La Hora Nacional:Japan puts an end to nuclear blackout

(South American News) Merco Press: US foreign military sales already a record 50 billion dollars, up 70% from 2011

(Guyana) Stabroek News: Greek vote could unleash seismic shocks for euro

(Paraguay) Ultima Hora: Saudi Arabia bids farewell today to the late Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdelaziz

(Venezuala) El Nacional: Lugo dismiss the interior minister after slaughter farm northeast

(Uruguay) El Obervador: Obama stopped by decree the deportation of undocumented youth It is for people with five years of residence. “It’s unfair to deport young people who are American at heart,” said


(Australia) The Age: China’s first female astronaut watching down on the motherland

New Zealand Herald:UN observers suspend Syrian patrols


(China, Communist) People’s Daily: Graphics: Shenzhou-9 spacecraft blasts off

Global times (China): Cameron denies deals with Murdoch

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: 5 Injured as Osprey crashes in Florida

The Moscow Times: Russia Falters as Greece Overtakes in Euro 2012  

Russia Today: Not ‘if’ but ‘when’: US intervention in Syria on countdown

The Times of India: 42 Taliban killed in Afghanistan

Jerusalem World News: US blasts Russia for supplying attack helicopters to Syria

The Palestine Telegraph: War on Iran, a matter of time?

(Pakistan) The News International: People die from bomb blast in Pakistan market


(Libya) The Tripoli Post: Libyan Government Sends Troops to Quell Fighting in West of Country,

Aljazeera: Greeks go to polls on euro’s day of destiny

(Somalia) The Shabelle News:WHO reopens health clinic in Somalia after Al Shabaab retreat

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer (Links to other websites): Egyptians vote in second day of elections; turnout low

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Fierce competition between the Mursi and Shafiq .. The preliminary results of this evening … adjust the magic pens flying Ahbarha and the appearance of the card roller in Alexandria

(Syria) The News: Egyptian security source: Arrest of 22 people, including Syrians planned to carry out terrorist operations in Egypt

Syrian Arab News Agency: Iran’s Ambassador to Lebanon Stresses Tehran’s Support to Syria and Its Reform Program

(Uganda) New Vision: Anxiety as Egypt’s presidency vote nears end

Agence France-Presse/Getty Images
A woman casts her vote at a polling station in Athens on Sunday.
Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Picture Via The Wall Street Journal, June 17, 2012

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

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