Top three headlines for September 23, 2012 on audio
The Top three news headlines for today, September 23rd, 2012 are;
Pakistani minister offers reward to kill film-maker. The minister has offered $100,000 reward to anyone who kills the maker of an online video “Innocence of Muslims” which insults Islam.
Egypt’s New Leader Mohamed Morsi spells Out Terms for U.S.-Arab Ties. In an interview with the New York Times Morsi said the United States must fundamentally change its approach to the Arab world.
3 killed, 30 injured during protests in Libya’s Benghazi. The incident occurred when militias tried to disperse protesters in Benghazi. Protesters demanded that the government demobilize militias and form a national army and police.
(Europe) Euronews: Polls open in Belarus as opposition stays away
The Irish Times: Pakistani minister offers reward to kill film-maker
(UK) The Guardian:Bodies of six militiamen found in Benghazi after attacks on bases
(France) Le Monde: In September, Palestine comes to the UN
(Brussels) Le Soir: A Pakistani minister promises $ 100,000 to those who participate in “a noble action” killing the director of the film “The innocence of Muslims
The Copenhagen Post: Seven of eight arrestees in PKK case held on remand
(Iceland) Visir: Romney collected millions of dollars
(Norway) Aftenposten: Suicide bomber attacks church in Nigeria
(Germany) Spiegel:Salman Rushdie on Life Under a Fatwa ‘I Insist on the Right to Freedom of Expression’
(International) Huffington Post: Pakistan Drones Do More Than Kill
The Balkan Chronicle: This is your brain on … nothing. Scientists are working out why the brain is so incredibly active when you are not thinking of anything
(Turkey) Dunya: Everyone has to do his job: Parliament Speaker Cemil Cicek.
The Wall Street Journal: Protests Against Militias Underscore Security Gap in Libya
Washington Post:Desperate Syrians cross a hazardous border to Turkey
The New York Times: Egypt’s New Leader Spells Out Terms for U.S.-Arab Ties
(International) Associated Press: Report: Morsi wants ‘real’ friendship with US
(International) Reuters: Obama thanks Egypt’s president over embassy protection
(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Egypt’s coptic community fears backlash from anti-muslim film
(Peru) La Republica: Belgium: assessing construct a floating prison inmates excess
(Argentina) Clarin: Henrique Capriles: “The policy of the petro-checkbook will end
(Mexico) The News: Activists: Syria airstrike kills 54
(Brazil) The Rio Tiimes: Valério Implicates Lula in the Mensalao
(Chile) Clarin: The wave of protests against the West does not cease in the Arab world
(Bolivia) Journada: Peaceful protest marches in the Muslim world, except in Pakistan
(Ecuador) La Hora Nacional:Cartoons enliven Venezuelan campaign.The attacks and the controversy are part of the fair election
(South American News) Merco Press: Cristina Fernandez off to the UN General Assembly to claim Malvinas sovereignty
(Guyana) Stabroek News: Libyan Islamist militia swept out of Benghazi base
(Paraguay) Ultima Hora: UN defends Rajoy in Spain’s candidacy to the Security Council
(Venezuala) El Nacional:Correa confirms ban on media interviews to give ministers “indecent”
(Uruguay) El Obervador: Followers of Franco and Lugo faced in several scenarios. Controversy over elections, nepotism and allegations of purges
(Australia) The Age: Bombs seized as nine Islamic militants arrested
New Zealand Herald:Obama slams Romney’s ‘top-down’ approach
(China, Communist) People’s Daily: 3 killed, 30 injured During protests in Libya’s Benghazi
Global times (China): “Rescuing Syria” conference postponed due to opposition’s division
(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri:China canceled Sunday a large ceremony scheduled for this week to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the normalization of Japan-China diplomatic relations.
The Moscow Times: Mosque Construction Halted After Protest
Russia Today: Bangladesh on nationwide strike over anti-Muslim film
The Times of India: China cancels events to mark 40 years of Japan ties
Jerusalem World News: Libya protest ousts Islamist militia from Benghazi
The Palestine Chronicle: Ex-prisoner Explains Self-immolation Attempt
(Pakistan) The News International: Al-Qaeda, not India, preparing to destroy Pakistan: Editorial
(Libya) The Tripoli Post: Al Qaeda’s Plan For Libya Highlighted In Congressional Report
Aljazeera: Libya moves to dissolve rogue militas. Two groups in eastern city of Derna announce They will lay down arms, as Tripoli bans all non-state-sanctioned Militias.
(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Somali rebels claim killing of MP, threaten more assassinations
(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer : (Links to other websites): Libyan army: Militias have 48 hours to withdraw from Tripoli
(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Nigeria suicide blast kills at least two worshippers
(Syria) The News: Conference “National Salvation” is the document “National Pact” adopted at the Cairo conference documents
Syrian Arab News Agency: Unknown Groups Purchase Weapons from Iraq to be Smuggled to Syria
(Uganda) New Vision: Libyan Islamist militia swept out of bases
The above headlines are from the online World/International sections of the news media listed.Translation by Google Translate.
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