Top three headlines for September 16, 2012 on audio
(Europe) Euronews: PKK suspected in deadly attack on Turkish police
The Irish Times: Protests in China over disputed islands
(UK) The Guardian:Six Nato troops killed in Afghanistan
(France) Le Monde: Argentines pots stand against Cristina
(Brussels) Le Soir: 230 arrested after protest against the anti-Islamic film in Borgerhout
The Copenhagen Post: Expert says Facebook audience targeting illegal
(Iceland) Visir: Planned to collect money for the gang leader
(Norway) Aftenposten: More women killed in NATO attack in Afghanistan
(Germany) Spiegel:Protesters Set Fire to German Embassy in Sudan
(International) Huffington Post: Afghanistan Insider Attack: Two NATO Soldiers Killed
The Balkan Chronicle: Why Are Muslims So Concerned with Muhammad?
(Turkey) Dunya: Bingöl attacked police: 8 killed
The Wall Street Journal: Egypt Clears Protesters After Deadly Mideast Clashes
Washington Post:In Egypt, a backlash against harassment
The New York Times: U.S. Is Preparing for a Long Siege of Arab Unrest
(International) Associated Press: Egypt: Sinai militants clash with army, police
(International) Reuters: Six troops die in weekend “insider” attacks in Afghanistan
(Canada) The Globe and Mail: GOP Activiists to Romney: Why aren’t you winning?
(Peru) La Republica: Iranian military Jefe: “If Israel attacks, will be no Israel
(Argentina) Clarin: Massive march in Madrid: The Spanish call a referendum on setting
(Mexico) The News: Yemenis storm US Embassy
(Brazil) The Rio Tiimes: Ficha Limpa Bans 317 Candidates in 2012
(Chile) Clarin: Occupy Wall Street on Monday celebrates its first year
(Bolivia) Journada: Government and opposition protests minimizes Fernandez greets setback
(Ecuador) La Hora Nacional:Those who do not believe Obama
(South American News) Merco Press: Argentine government says protestors are more interested about what happens in Miami
(Guyana) Stabroek News: California man linked to anti-Islam film taken in for questioning
(Paraguay) Ultima Hora: Eight policemen killed by a mine explosion in southeastern Turkey
(Venezuala) El Nacional:Spanish referendum require government policies
(Uruguay) El Obervador: The race after the conventions in the U.S.
(Australia) The Age: Taliban set sights on Prince Harry in base attack that killed two
New Zealand Herald:Terrorist network calls for more embassy attacks
(China, Communist) People’s Daily: Chinese surveillance ships patrol around Diaoyu Islands
Global times (China): Islamists storm German embassy
(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri:Taiwan leader proposes talks over Senkakus
The Moscow Times: Duma Votes to Remove Gudkov From Parliament
Russia Today: French police break up anti-Muslim film demonstration, briefly detaining over 100
The Times of India: Nato air strike kills 8 Afghan women: local official
Jerusalem World News: Israel eyes the Islamic Republic
The primary threat is not a nuclear Iran; it is the brand of Islam that brought the regime to power in the first place.
The Palestine Telegraph:The Deterioration of the
political infrastructures of Palestinian society
(Pakistan) The News International: Imran Khan likens Muslim sentiment for blasphemy to Jews’ for holocaust
(Libya) The Tripoli Post: Libya Lost a Friend in the Death of Ambassador Stevens
Aljazeera: Foreign troops killed in southern Afghanistan. Latest “insider” attack leaves four dead in Zabul, while several civilians are killed in NATO strike in Laghman.
(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Inauguration for Somalia’s new president held in Mogadishu
(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer : (Links to other websites): Pope urges Arab leaders to work for peace in raging Middle East
(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: An armed attack on the North Sinai security directorate mortar “RPG” and violent clashes with police
(Syria) The News: Washington: Violence in Syria is not an excuse because Syria refuses to cooperate with the International Atomic Energy Agency Aldhirbh on achievable
Syrian Arab News Agency: Pope Benedict XVI Hopes Peace to Prevail in the Region, Particularly in Syria
(Uganda) New Vision: One protester killed in clashes near US Embassy in Cairo
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