Thursday, December 29, 2011

The Evening World News of the 29th of December 2011

Al Jazeera English: North Korea declares no policy change 

Al Arabiya English: #U.S. says #Arab monitors helpful in #Syria despite their inability to halt crackdown against protesters #Alarabiya

AJEnglish: Video: Anger at slow pace of cash flow in Libya

PressTV: Five killed in Ukraine bank robbery

PressTV: India's anti-graft bill fails to pass

nytimes: #Worldnews Briefing | Asia: China: 12 People Executed in 1 Day

Breaking News:  Citizen journalist who chronicled Syrian uprising is killed by security forces - NPR

Post #WorldNews: Jamaica's youngest prime minister faces tight national elections against former PM

Reuters: Sears lists 79 closings, gets Fitch downgrade 

Reuters: U.S. mulls transfer of Taliban prisoner in perilous peace bid 

AJEnglish: Two aid workers shot dead in Somalia

HuffPost #Worldnews: Second education minister steps down in Chile following protests

Breaking #worldNews: South Pole records warmest temperature on record. 9.9 Fahrenheit - Wunderground

Post #WorldNews: Fire sparked by tanker truck crash in Venezuela kills at least 13

HuffPost #Worldnews: Autopsy confirms former Chilean president committed suicide

Reuters: U.S. economy gaining momentum, housing shows a pulse 

WSJ: Closing bell: the Dow rose 136 points, or 1.1%, taking back almost all of yesterday's decline

Reuters: Wall Street ends up; S&P 500 positive for year

PressTV: Govt. troops retake south #Somalia town 

Reuters: Low volume rally on Wall Street sets tone for next year

Post World News: Russian billionaire Prokhorov running for president calls for common currency with the EU
PressTV: More protests erupt around Manama

PressTV: Somali hospital hit by funding crisis

HuffPost #Worldnews: Argentine dictator found guilty of setting up secret hospital torture center

HuffPostWorld: Neck and neck race in Congo elections

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