News Headlines From Around The World November 18, 2012

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The Top three news headlines for today, November 18th, 2012 are;

Crisis continues in Israel, but a truce may be in the works: A senior Palestinian official in Gaza says, “there are serious discussions to reach a truce.” Binyamin Netanyahu Israeli prime minister says Israel is prepared for ‘significant’ widening of Gaza operation as bombardment enters fifth day.

Xi Jinping, the 59-year-old “princeling” son of a former Politburo member and Vice Premier, was on Thursday unveiled as the new General Secretary of the Communist Party of China. Mr Xi and six other top leaders who will constitute the Party’s highest body,  the Politburo Standing Committee, were presented as the faces of the party’s new generation of leaders, marking an end to a once in ten year transition process.

Former CIA Director General David Petraeus told the US Congress behind closed doors Friday that secret intelligence quickly indicated that the September 11 assault on the US consulate in Libya that killed the American ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans was a terrorist attack. Petraeus is currently embroiled in a CIA Investigation: CIA Looking Into Conduct Of the CIA’s ex-Chief’s affair with his biographer and girlfriend Paula Broadwell.

Europe

(Europe) Euronews: The crisis continues in Israel

The Irish Times: Israel shoots down two rockets fired at Tel Aviv

(UK) The Guardian:Israel ready to expand Gaza offensive, says Binyamin Netanyahu

(France) Le Monde: Israel-Hamas: The new equation

(Brussels) Le Soir: A truce in Gaza is possible today or tomorrow

The Copenhagen Post: Rail link spat could see Denmark burn its bridges with neighbour

(Iceland) Visir: More than half of Britain will join the EU

(Norway) Aftenposten: This rocket will go to Tel Aviv

(Germany) Spiegel:Prison of Debt Paralyzes West

(International) Huffington Post: Israel Widens Airstrike Assault In Gaza

The Balkan Chronicle: In response to Israeli attacks on Gaza Palestinians strike Tel Aviv vicinity with rockets

(Turkey) Dunya:  Netanyahu: Make a good account

North America

The Wall Street Journal: New Arab Leaders Scramble to Contain Gaza Conflict

Washington Post: Israel strikes media buildings in Gaza, expanding its range of targets

The New York Times: Israel Warns of ‘Expansion’ as Attack Widens to Media Sites

(International) Associated Press: Rocket fired at Tel Aviv, more strikes in Gaza

(International) Reuters: Israel, Gaza fighting rages on as Egypt seeks truce

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Coast Guard: Body found near burned oil rig

South America

(Peru) La Republica: Death toll rises after Israeli offensive in Gaza Strip

(Argentina) Clarin: Israel multiplica con cientos de ataques el bombardeo a Gaza

(Mexico) The News: Hamas, Israel on brink of war

(Brazil) The Rio Tiimes: Death Toll Rises in São Paulo Crime Wave

(Chile) Clarin: The most censored news 23: Obama’s Afghan slaughter conceals “the butchers of the White House”

(Bolivia) Journada: At least 28 Palestinians killed in Gaza, which awaits a ground invasion

(Ecuador) La Hora Nacional: Israel prepares invasion

(South American News) Merco Press: UK tells Spain any solution to fishing dispute must include Gibraltar government

(Guyana) Stabroek News: Roots of Gaza crisis in crossed red lines

(Paraguay) Ultima Hora: The Arab countries agree to review its position on the conflict with Israel

(Venezuala) El Nacional: 80 activists accused of causing “unrest” in the protests in Jordan

(Uruguay) El Obervador: Israeli Government approved the mobilization of 75,000 reservists

Australasia

(Australia) The Age: Obama support for Thai leadership

New Zealand Herald: Israel bombards Gaza Strip

Asia

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: World leaders congratulate Xi on election as CPC chief

Global times (China): Israeli army prepared to widen Gaza operation: Netanyahu

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: Singh’s visit postponed

The Moscow Times: Jackson-Vanik Repeal, Combined With Magnitsky Act, Passed by U.S. House

Russia Today: Israel PM says ready to expand Gaza operation after Hamas resumed fire

The Times of India: Musharraf calls for India and Pak to ‘bury the hatchet’

Jerusalem World News: Hague’s criminal court celebrates 10th anniversary

(Palestine) Al-Ayyam: Continued raids, bringing the total number of martyrs to 48 and 450 injured

(Pakistan) The News International: Ex-Pak player Sarfaraz questions ex-coach Waqar’s commitment to national cricket

Africa

(Libya) The Tripoli Post: Former CIA Chief Says Attack on US Benghazi Consulate Was Terrorist strike

Aljazeera: Israel pounds Gaza Strip from air and sea

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Puntland forces seize alcohol stash in northern Galka’yo

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer : (Links to other websites): GOP: Don’t fall for the liberals’ pitch

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: China names conservative, older leadership

(Syria) The News: Tehran announces a summit in Pakistan including Turkey, Egypt and Iran on Syria

Syrian Arab News Agency: Syria opposition seeks British recognition, arms

(Uganda) New Vision: China unveils new leader

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News Headlines From Around The World November 11th, 2012

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BBC director general George Entwistle resigns.

The BBC, reeling from revelations that Jimmy Savile was a paedophile, brought further problems on its head when news program, Newsnight, aired a mistaken allegation that a former senior politician sexually abused children. Entwistle admitted he had not known in advance about the Newsnight report, this just weeks after being accused of being too hands-off over a previous scandal involving the same program.

Israel fires warning shots into Syria.

The internal struggle within Syria’s borders spilled out into Israel today, causing several rounds to hit an Israeli military outpost. In response, the Israeli Defense Forces fired one strategically placed tank shell, as a warning shot, to let Syria know to keep their in-fighting within their own borders. It’s the first time Israel has fired into Syrian borders since 1973, during the Yom Kippur War.

Europe

(Europe) Euronews: First deaths reported in Myanmar earthquake

The Irish Times: BBC director quits in Newsnight row

(UK) The Guardian: Israel fires missile into Syria

(France) Le Monde: Vote frenzied New York

(Brussels) Le Soir: Burma hit by two earthquakes thirteen dead

The Copenhagen Post: Nordic countries to share warplanes

(Iceland) Visir: Would have liked more decisive support

(Norway) Aftenposten: Greek legislators vote on 2013 budget

(Germany) Spiegel: Explaining Germany’s Infantile Crush on Obama

(International) Huffington Post: India’s Tuberculosis Problem: Country Wages Hi-Tech War On Ancient TB Scourge

The Balkan Chronicle: “Greece can easily slide into Civil War”

(Turkey) Dunya: farewell to the martyrs

North America

The Wall Street Journal: Kabul’s Sex Workers Get Organized

Washington Post: For China’s next first lady, a lowered profile

The New York Times: Amid Calls to Open China’s Politics, Party Digs In

(International) Associated Press: Israel drawn into Syria fighting for first time

(International) Reuters: Israel says may escalate as Hamas joins Gaza clashes

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: BBC Director general resigns over error in pedophilia scandal report

South America

(Peru) La Republica: Nun left her Convent and becomes a Kamasutra expert

(Argentina) Clarin: San Pablo at war: the richest city in Brazil, in the sights of the narcos

(Mexico) The News: Assad ‘will live and die in Syria’

(Brazil) The Rio Tiimes: ENEM Exam Highlights Education in Brazil

(Chile) Clarin: The most censored news 18: Palestinian Prisoners chained stop

(Bolivia) Journada: Obama invites dialogue on debt but requires rich pay more taxes

(Ecuador) La Hora Nacional: 2 million Haitians suffer ravages of ‘Sandy’

(South American News) Merco Press: Thanksgiving service at the Liberation Monument in Stanley

(Guyana) Stabroek News: BBC director general resigns over ‘shoddy journalism’

(Paraguay) Ultima Hora: Israel makes warning shots after a shell falling in the occupied Syrian

(Venezuala) El Nacional: The BBC seeks to restore its credibility after the fall of CEO

(Uruguay) El Obervador: Obama has much “work to do”

Australasia

(Australia) The Age: He Di wants Chinese people to live in a world of liberty, democracy and free  markets

New Zealand Herald: BBC boss quits over false claim

Asia

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: Securities regulator dismisses near-future launch of int’l board

Global times (China): Four killed, 26 wounded in Israeli tanks shelling on eastern Gaza: medics

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri:Hirono becomes 1st Japanese-American female senator

The Moscow Times: First of ‘Bolotnaya 17’ Protesters Jailed for 4 1/2 Years

Russia Today: Israel fires ‘warning shots’ at Syria over Golan Heights mortar strike

The Times of India: Iran parliament to probe blogger’s death

Jerusalem World News: IDF fires warning shot into Syria after shell hits Golan

The Palestine Chronicle: UnChanged headline since october 23

(Pakistan) The News International: Pak could serve as example for tolerance between different linguistic groups, says scholar

Africa

(Libya) The Tripoli Post: EU Support to Libyan National General Congress

Aljazeera: Syria opposition agrees to united coalition

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Heavy Fighting erupts in Bay region, south Somalia

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer : (Links to other websites): Reaction to Entwistle resignation

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Israel fires warning shots into Syria: Army

(Syria) The News: Syria shell fell on the Golan … Israeli forces fired warning shots on Syrian territory

(Uganda) New Vision: BBC editor-in-chief George Entwistle resigns

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Electricity restored after six days

Hurricane Sandy, a category one hurricane, has left over 40,000 people with housing problems in the New Jersey, New York and Connecticut area.

No Sundays news from around the world today, sorry folks. We had no power from 5:30pm Monday until 4:15pm Sunday.

A seperate blog post with pictures of my area will follow. Here’s hoping that everyone in the path of this hurricane will recover their normal lives soon.

News Headlines from Around the world October 28, 2012

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US braced for massive storm as Hurricane Sandy nears.

More than 50 million people from the mid-Atlantic to New England braced for a potentially massive storm, as Hurricane Sandy churned northward on a collision course with another storm system that is sweeping in from the west.

British pop star Gary Glitter arrested.

Police investigating the sex abuse scandal surrounding late BBC children’s television host Jimmy Savile have arrested pop star Gary Glitter in connection with the case, British media said Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012. Metropolitan Police said they arrested a man in his 60s early Sunday morning at his London home, on suspicion of sexual offenses, and that he remains in custody in a London police station.

7.7 Earthquake strikes western coast of Canada.

An earthquake of 7.7 degrees on the Richter scale struck the west coast of Canada and Alaska. Strong quake led to generate a tsunami in North Columbia and Alaska.
According to the USGS, the quake struck just 19 kilometers deep in the Queen Charlotte Islands. A tsunami warning initially issued for Hawaii has been withdrawn.

Europe

(Europe) Euronews: Suicide bombers attack Nigerian church

The Irish Times: WEather warnings issued as hurricane heads for US

(UK) The Guardian: Hurricane Sandy crawls towards US as fears mount of a ‘super storm’

(France) Le Monde: Brazil, Chile municipal elections, national impact

(Brussels) Le Soir: Conflict of islands: China in Brussels proof against Japan

The Copenhagen Post: Thorning-Schmidt threatens to veto EU budget

(Iceland) Visir: Tsunami warnings withdrawn

(Norway) Aftenposten: Could be the biggest storm ever

(Germany) Spiegel: China at a Crossroads in Shift from World’s Factory to Industrial Power

(International) Huffington Post:  Afghanistan War: No Decisive End In Sight

The Balkan Chronicle: World Muslims Celebrates Eid al-Adha with Huge Joy

(Turkey) Dunya: Sandy took 58 lives

North America

The Wall Street Journal: In Beirut Blast, U.S. Loses a Top Ally

Washington Post: A declining Japan loses its once-hopeful champions

The New York Times: A Village Rape Shatters a Family, and India’s Traditional Silence

(International) Associated Press: Reports: UK police arrest Gary Glitter

(International) Reuters: Israel kills Hamas gunman, Gaza salvo hits Israeli city

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: The Limits of Freedom for Educated Girls in Malala’s Pakistan

South America

(Peru) La Republica: Earthquake of 7.7 degrees shakes the west coast of Canada

(Argentina) Clarin: Among unemployed evictions and the drama of the Spanish

(Mexico) The News: Syria in turmoil ahead of truce 

(Brazil) The Rio Tiimes: Guilty Verdicts for Forming the Mensalão

(Chile) Clarin: Spain rebels

(Bolivia) Journada: Obama appeals to youth vote and Romney is presented as the only solution to U.S.

(Ecuador) La Hora Nacional: U.S. Mega torment approaches

(South American News) Merco Press: Argentina rejects bonds’ discrimination ruling and will go to US Supreme Court

(Guyana) Stabroek News: Massive Hurricane Sandy takes aim at US East Coast

(Paraguay) Ultima Hora: Three Palestinians killed by collapsing a tunnel between Gaza and Egypt

(Venezuala) El Nacional: Benedict XVI calls for help hurricane victims “Sandy”

(Uruguay) El Obervador: World Headline Unchanged since last week

Australasia

(Australia) The Age: Sir David names the top 10 endangered species for his ark

New Zealand Herald: Savile scandal: Ex-rock star Gary Glitter arrested

Asia

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: World’s highest national park opens in Tibet

Global times (China):

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri:Govt likely to hold off on energy plan

The Moscow Times:

Russia Today:

The Times of India:

Jerusalem World News:

The Palestine Chronicle:

(Pakistan) The News International:

Africa

(Libya) The Tripoli Post:

Aljazeera:

(Somalia) The Shabelle News:

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer : (Links to other websites):

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly:

(Syria) The News:

Syrian Arab News Agency:

(Uganda) New Vision:

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News Headlines From Around the World October 7, 2012

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The Top three news headlines for today, Sunday,October 7, 2012 are,

Turkey retaliates at Syria for a fifth day.

It is reported areas of Homs and the Houla region came under heavy shelling as Syrian troops tried to retake them from rebel forces.

Turkey’s government said “aggressive action” against its territory by Syria’s military had become a serious threat to its national security and sought parliamentary approval for the deployment of Turkish troops beyond its borders.

Venezuela election set to be closest since Hugo Chávez took power.

Opinion polls suggest president will be re-elected with reduced majority, but challenger Henrique Capriles has genuine chance.

S.African strikers say police kill another miner.

South African police shot and killed a striking miner when they used tear gas and rubber bullets to break up a crowd of demonstrators gathered overnight on a hill near a Rustenburg area platinum mine, miners said on Friday.

Europe

(Europe) Euronews: Syrian rebels make gains near Turkish border

The Irish Times: Venezuelan voters go to the polls

(UK) The Guardian: Venezuela election set to be closest since Hugo Chávez took power

(France) Le Monde: Election day in Venezuela

(Brussels) Le Soir: Ryanair: “Welcome to Bari, the city of mafia”

The Copenhagen Post: Another year at NATO helm for Rasmussen

(Iceland) Visir: Voting in Venezuela

(Norway) Aftenposten: Turkey and Syria are shooting at each other again

(Germany) Spiegel:Congestion in the Death Zone The Story Behind another Deadly Year on Everest

(International) Huffington Post: Military Sexual Assault Epidemic Continues To Claim Victims As Defense Department Fails Females

The Balkan Chronicle: Turkey renews shelling Syrian forces

(Turkey) Dunya: Akçakale shells fell again

North America

The Wall Street Journal: Chávez’s Stamp Most Keenly Felt on Farms

Washington Post: Salafists urge ultraconservative Islam on    post-Arab Spring governments

The New York Times: Citing U.S. Fears, Arab Allies Limit Syrian Rebel Aid

(International) Associated Press: Venezuela vote a critical test for divided nation

(International) Reuters: Chavez’s socialist rule at risk as Venezuelans vote

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: With Election nigh, Chavez evasive on plans for the future

South America

(Peru) La Republica: Yoani Sanchez: “They tried to undress me, I resisted and paid the consequences”

(Argentina) Clarin: The former butler of the Pope was sentenced to 18 months in prison

(Mexico) The News: Turkey approves strikes on Syria

(Brazil) The Rio Tiimes: Brazil Gears Up for Municipal Elections

(Chile) Clarin: The newspaper El Pais in Spain announced the dismissal of a third of its workforce

(Bolivia) Journada: Capriles and Chavez in search of Venezuelans vote

(Ecuador) La Hora Nacional: Venezuela decides today

(South American News) Merco Press:Falkland Islands: High catches lower prices

(Guyana) Stabroek News: Israeli Air Force shoots down drone aircraft

(Paraguay) Ultima Hora: Venezuelans living in Paraguay can not vote for suspension of diplomatic relations

(Venezuala) El Nacional:Obama got the largest donation in September in his reelection campaign

(Uruguay) El Obervador: The “Sex and the City” of Cristina Fernández

Australasia

(Australia) The Age: Britain told to stop aid to Rwanda

New Zealand Herald: Bali bombings: All plotters meet their fate

Asia

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: Premier Wen Urges guard against landslide disasters in Yunnan Following

Global times (China): U.S. unemployment rate drops to 44-month low

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: Noda vows support for Egypt’s Reforms

The Moscow Times: Bryansk Governor Removed From Oct. 14 Vote   

Russia Today: Turkey retaliates at Syria for a fifth day

The Times of India: Sudan military plane crash kills 13

Jerusalem World News: ‘Do you still want us Jews?’

The Palestine Chronicle: Israeli Police Enter al-Aqsa Compound

(Pakistan) The News International: Rehman Malik tells U.S. to stop cross-border infiltration from Afghanistan

Africa

(Libya) The Tripoli Post: 5+5 Dialogue Forum Declares Support for Strengthening Process of Integration
Between Maghreb Countries, Condemns Crimes by Syrian Govt Agisnt its People

Aljazeera: Venezuelans vote in presidential race

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Somali New PM promises to fight corruption

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer : (Links to other websites): Jon Stewart vs. Bill O’Reilly: Cable TV Heavyweights Spar in ‘Rumble in the Air-Conditioned Auditorium’

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Turkey strikes back at Syria after Erdogan warning

(Syria) The News: U.S. Defense Secretary: worried about the breadth of the Syrian crisis and moving to neighboring countries

Syrian Arab News Agency: Unavailable

(Uganda) New Vision: S.African police kill strikers say another miner

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News Headlines From Around The World September 30, 2012

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US military death toll in Afghanistan hits 2,000. Latest ‘insider attack’ at checkpoint kills two Americans and two Afghan soldiers, marking 2,000th US troop death of conflict.

Ancient market burns as fighting rages in Syria’s Aleppo.  Hundreds of shops were burnt on Saturday as fighting between rebels and state forces in Syria’s largest city threatened to destroy a UNESCO world heritage site.

Ahmadinejad slams ‘nuclear intimidation.’ Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Wednesday accused some “hegemonic powers” of intimidating his country, citing military threats from Israel.

Europe

(Europe) Euronews: Heritage site destroyed in battle-torn Aleppo

The Irish Times: Wave of Iraqi car bombs kills 17

(UK) The Guardian:US military death toll in Afghanistan hits 2,000

(France) Le Monde: In Georgia, “is expected to trouble” in parliamentary elections

(Brussels) Le Soir: Homer Simpson vote Mitt Romney

The Copenhagen Post: Copenhagen doesn’t have the best reputation

(Iceland) Visir: Two thousand U.S. soldiers have fallen in Afghanistan

(Norway) Aftenposten: 2000 Americans have died in Afghanistan

(Germany) Spiegel: A Battle between Dictators and Dreamers

(International) Huffington Post: Omar Khadr, Last Western Detainee At Gitmo, Returns To Canada

The Balkan Chronicle: Athens’ Muslim community plays waiting game for official mosque

(Turkey) Dunya:  Erdogan: This is not a farewell, a stop

North America

The Wall Street Journal: Top China Leader Faces Trial

Washington Post: In Libya, security was lax before attack that killed U.S. ambassador, officials say

The New York Times: Elite and Deft, Xi Aimed High Early in China

(International) Associated Press: Bangladesh: Muslims torch Buddhist temples, homes

(International) Reuters: Ancient market burns as fighting rages in Syria’s Aleppo

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Ancient market, burns, heritage sites at risk as continuous type Syrian violence

South America

(Peru) La Republica: Venezuela: Two killed in armed attack on convoy of opposition candidate

(Argentina) Clarin: Chavez-criticism bet to seduce the votes of disillusioned

(Mexico) The News: Israel PM urges action on Iran 

(Brazil) The Rio Tiimes: Rousseff Speaks to Protectionism at UN

(Chile) Clarin: Historic resolution on the safety of journalists in the world

(Bolivia) Journada: Capriles Chavez tightened over the end of the campaign in sight

(Ecuador) La Hora Nacional:The wrath of Allah

(South American News) Merco Press: Falklands’ lawmaker anticipates cracks in Argentina’s blockade of the Islands

(Guyana) Stabroek News: Somalia’s al Shabaab rebels pull out of Kismayu bastion

(Paraguay) Ultima Hora: At least five civilians were killed in the Somali city of Kismayo

(Venezuala) El Nacional:At least 8 killed by tornado and flooding affect Spain

(Uruguay) El Obervador: Stuck in the UN

Australasia

(Australia) The Age: Best of the world: October 1

New Zealand Herald: Alan Jones says sorry after Gillard slur

Asia

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: Hainan to crack down on illegal behaviors in tourist market

Global times (China): Ahmadinejad slams ‘nuclear intimidation’

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri: Noda vows support for Egypt’s reforms

The Moscow Times: 236 Traffic Police Detain Drunk Drivers in 24 Hours

Russia Today: At least 26 killed in Iraq in wave of car bomb attacks

The Times of India: String of car bomb blasts kill at least 17 in Iraq

Jerusalem World News: US’ ‘Cool it’ message to Israel will go up in flames

The Palestine Chronicle:  Gaza Tunnel-traders Say Network at 10 Percent Capacity

(Pakistan) The News International: Pak driver who returned to Saudi national Dh36k Merely rewarded with DH10

Africa

(Libya) The Tripoli Post: Libyans Hand Over Weapons to Army

Aljazeera: Several killed in Afghan ‘insider’ attack

(Somalia) The Shabelle News: Warships continue to shell Somali Port City

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer : (Links to other websites): Obama within reach of electoral votes for 2nd term; Romney could still win but path narrower

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Child killed in Kenya church grenade attack

(Syria) The News: Deaths and injuries due to the explosion of car bombs in several areas of Baghdad

Syrian Arab News Agency: Teacher Ebrahimi and Feltman: the success of UN envoy’s mission depends on putting an end to the sheltering and training and arming terrorists .. Lifting the sanctions on the Syrian people much better than seeking to treat their effects

(Uganda) New Vision: Somalia’s al Shabaab rebels pull out of Kismayu bastion

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News Headlines From Around The World September 23, 2012

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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

(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.

North America

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

South America

(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

Australasia

(Australia) The Age: Bombs seized as nine Islamic militants arrested

New Zealand Herald:Obama slams Romney’s ‘top-down’ approach

Asia

(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

Africa

(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

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News Headlines From Around The World September 16, 2012

Top three headlines for September 16, 2012 on audio

Europe

(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

North America

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?

South America

(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.

Australasia

(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

Asia

(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

Africa

(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

Tony Karumba/AFP/Getty Images – Infantry men from the 1st platoon, Delta coy. attend a briefing prior to embarking on a night patrol from Lindsey foward operating base on September 15, 2012 in Kandahar province, Afghanistan Photo Via Washington Post Sept 16, 2012

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News Headlines From Around The World September 9, 2012

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Europe

(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

Australasia

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

New Zealand Herald: Survivors of China quakes await supplies

Asia

(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

Africa

(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

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News Headlines From Around The World September 2, 2012

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Europe

(Europe) Euronews: Tributes paid to Ethiopia’s late prime minister

The Irish Times: Blair, Bush should face trial – Tutu

(UK) The Guardian:Tony Blair should face trial over Iraq war, says Desmond Tutu

(France) Le Monde: Pakistan: Imam jailed for alleged plot against the young Christian Rimsha

(Brussels) Le Soir: A girl tells her night in Vegas with Harry

(Italy) La Repubblica: Collapses the number of young people employed in five years 1.5 million less (-20%)

The Copenhagen Post: Campaign builds to stop deportation of trans-woman raped at Sandholm

(Iceland) Visir: Relaxing Bush and Blair before the International Crime Court

(Norway) Aftenposten: Bullfighting to  favor.Conservative government ensures the bloody sport of getting a long-awaited victory.

(Germany) Spiegel:The Thin Line Between Guilt and Innocence   

(International) Huffington Post: Guatemala-U.S. Drug Operation Riles Rights Groups

The Balkan Chronicle: Turkey Top Five Investor in Bosnia

(Turkey) Dunya: Target of $ 100 billion in China

North America

The Wall Street Journal: Isle Spats Backdrop for Clinton’s Asia Trip

Washington Post:Training suspended for new Afghan recruits

The New York Times: Airstrikes Push Waves of Syrians to Jordanian Camps

(International) Associated Press: Syria: Double blast hits army post in Damascus

(International) Reuters: Syrian rebels hit back at Assad’s air power

(Canada) The Globe and Mail: Obama lampoons GOP as throwback to last century, no new ideas

South America

(Peru) LaRepublica: War? If EE. UU. attacks Syria, Iran will act, threatening officer

(Argentina) Clarin: They claim that the Church “has been left behind 200 years”

(Mexico) The News: Morsi slams Syrian regime. Damascus delegates walk out of Egypt pres.’ speech

(Brazil) The Rio Tiimes: Strikes End Except for Federal Police

(Chile) Clarin: Mitt Romney: Obama just leaves us disappointed and division

(Bolivia) Journada: The economy, the greatest enemy of Obama in his campaign for reelection

(Ecuador) La Hora Nacional:Protests in Spain close of Health

(South American News) Merco Press: Peña Nieto confirmed as president-elect; takes office December first

(Guyana) Stabroek News: In final interview, Cardinal says Church ‘200 years out of date’

(Paraguay) Ultima Hora: Iran calls for delivery of testing before agreeing cooperation with IAEA

(Venezuala) El Nacional: Haiti cholera still fight while removing NGOs

(Uruguay) El Obervador: Paraguayan President Federico Franco, talked of impeaching his predecessor and regretted the reaction of the Mercosur countries

Australasia

(Australia) The Age: Back to school, with a new face

New Zealand Herald:Why Kiwi insider believes Armstrong is a drug cheat

Asia

(China, Communist) People’s Daily: China-ROK 20-year friendship to continue

Global times (China): Tokyo gov’t survey group starts illegal survey at waters near Diaoyu

(Japan) The Daily Yomiuri:Chinese media hail isle activists / Senkaku landing given wide coverage; Japanese law derided as ‘worthless’

The Moscow Times: Former Defense Minister Sokolov Dies at 102   

Russia Today: Disabled Pakistani girl framed in Koran-burning case? Imam arrested for falsifying evidence

The Times of India: Blast in Damascus suburb kills 15

Jerusalem World News: Romney: Obama threw Israel under the bus

The Palestine Telegraph:Pentagon acknowledges no photographic evidence of Bin Laden death

(Pakistan) The News International: Pakistan Taliban in gruesome mass murder

Africa

(Libya) The Tripoli Post: Five Libyans could Face Imminent Execution in Iraq

Aljazeera: Brahimi says change ‘unavoidable’ in Syria. New UN Syria envoy says change is “necessary, indispensable, unavoidable” but hints he will not call for Assad to quit.

(Somalia) The Shabelle News:Heavy Fighting Resumes inSomalia’s Afmadow

(Ethiopia) The Sub Saharan Informer (Links to other websites): JERUSALEM – Israel’s prime minister urges the international community to get tougher with Iran, saying that without a “clear red line” Tehran will not halt its nuclear program.

(Egypt) Al-Ahram Weekly: Spokesman Presidency: to Amajaov return mating between power and business

(Syria) The News: Palestinian food aid to Syria. Second aid convoy left the city of the West Bank city of Ramallah carrying food aid for Palestinian refugees affected by the crisis in Syria.

Syrian Arab News Agency: Four People Injured in the Terrorist Bombing Hit al-Mahdi Street in Abu Rommaneh in Damascus

(Uganda) New Vision: Thousands attend Meles Zenawi’s funeral

Archbishop Desmond Tutu: called today for Tony Blair and George Bush to be taken to the International Criminal Court in The Hague for their role in the Iraq war. Photograph: Zak Hussein/PA Wire Photo from The Irish Times 9.2.2012

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