News Headlines From Around The World September 9, 2012

Top three headlines for September 9, 2012 on audio


(Europe) Euronews: Dozens killed as Iraq hit by wave of deadly attacks

The Irish Times: Alps relatives to be interviewed

(UK) The Guardian:Syria crisis: Aleppo water supply hit

(France) Le Monde: Syria: dozens of dead and wounded after an air raid in Aleppo

(Brussels) Le Soir: Putin quipped about his flight with cranes replica

The Copenhagen Post: When the street is your living room

(Iceland) Visir: The Dispute Between the United States and Russia still exists

(Norway) Aftenposten: 30 dead after the great flood in Nigeria

(Germany) Spiegel:Russia To Produce Electricity with Former Nukes   

(International) Huffington Post: APEC Summit 2012: U.S. Looks To Calm Rising Tensions In Asia

The Balkan Chronicle: New telephone country code for Kosovo to be 385

(Turkey) Dunya: Who will remove gücensin dersaneciliği?

North America

The Wall Street Journal: A Woman’s Drug-Resistant TB Echoes Around the World

Washington Post:In Egypt, a backlash against harassment

The New York Times: Potential for a Mining Boom Splits Factions in Afghanistan

(International) Associated Press: Wave of attacks kill at least 44 in Iraq

(International) Reuters: Explosions kill 58 in Iraq, French consulate hit

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Nothing Iran does in wake of severed ties would surprise him: Harper

South America

(Peru) LaRepublica: Iraq condemned to death on terrorism charges Vice-president

(Argentina) Clarin: The mafia used the global crisis to expand their businesses

(Mexico) The News: Strikers reject Lonmin deal.

(Brazil) The Rio Tiimes: Brazil Expected to Cut Energy Prices

(Chile) Clarin: 38 journalists killed in Latin America in 2012

(Bolivia) Journada: The ceasefire separates the government and the FARC in Colombia

(Ecuador) La Hora Nacional:Santos leaves the dialogues in the hands of the negotiators

(South American News) Merco Press:Brazilians take to the streets on Independence Day to protest against corruption.

(Guyana) Stabroek News: Obama widens lead over Romney despite jobs data

(Paraguay) Ultima Hora: Iraq: More than 60 dead in a series of attacks

(Venezuala) El Nacional:Santos left hand of negotiators dialogues and follow their agenda

(Uruguay) El Obervador: The FARC reveal their representatives in roundtable. Ivan Marquez and ‘José santris’ are peace negotiators with the Colombian government


(Australia) The Age: APEC leaders sign off green measures

New Zealand Herald: Survivors of China quakes await supplies


(China, Communist) People’s Daily: SW China earthquakes claim 80 lives; premier visits quake zone

Global times (China): Tornado sweeps out beachfront neighborhood in New York City

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: Taiwan leader proposes talks over Senkakus

The Moscow Times: Soaring Putin Leads a Flock of Cranes

Russia Today: Dramatic helicopter release for Pakistani girl accused of blasphemy

The Times of India: Explosions kill 58 in Iraq, French consulate hit

Jerusalem World News: German FM: Nuclear Iran would pose threat to entire region

The Palestine Telegraph (Not updated weekly): America’s insanity cannot last forever

(Pakistan) The News International: Pakistanis release Christian child from prison


(Libya) The Tripoli Post: Injured Revolutionaries Feel Neglected by Libyan Embassy in London

Aljazeera: Wave of deadly bomb blasts hits Iraq

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Uganda: Fresh Troops Sent to Somalia

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer (Links to other websites): Tornadoes strike outer edges of NYC

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: High total funds frozen
Switzerland for $ 700 million. Diplomatic source confirmed that 31 people in Egypt were affected by the decision to freeze their funds and property in Switzerland.

(Syria) The News: Iranian official: Lakhdar Brahimi to visit Tehran soon

Syrian Arab News Agency: Gatilov Reiterates Russia’s Stance Calling for Political Dialogue in Syria to Solve Crisis

(Uganda) New Vision: Kenya’s October rains could ease inflation

Iraqi security personnel inspect the site of a car bomb attack outside a French consular building in Nassiriya, 300 km (185 miles) south of Baghdad,September 9, 2012.
Credit: REUTERS/Stringer Photo via Reuters 9/9/2012

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

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