Friday, December 30, 2011

The Morning World News Report of the Thirtieth of December 2011

PressTV: Jordanian hold mass rally in Amman #worldnews

HuffPost #Worldnews: Thousands march in Bahrain demanding government resignation
Daily Telegraph News: Blast near mosque in northeast Nigeria kills four

AJEnglish: Vietnam jails at least half a dozen bloggers, typically under the auspices of other crimes such as tax fraud

AlArabiya_Eng: 38 people have been killed by the fire of security forces on Friday: Local Coordination Committees #alarabiya #Syria #Assad

WSJ: Ten-year U.S. Treasurys returned nearly 10% this year, their strongest performance since 2008

WSJ World News: Russian Protesters Plan No Let-Up

Reuters Top News: Iran blocks former president's website ahead of vote

PressTV: Portuguese firefighters go on strike

Wall Street Journal: Average fixed mortgage rates in the U.S. are finishing the year below 4%, near all-time lows

AJEnglish: Oped: Protesters in #China allowed to critique local officials, not the #Communist Party super structure

PressTV: Bahraini protesters torch #US flag

PressTV: K Saudi Arabia forces open fire on Qatif protesters  #SaudiArabia

BBC #Worldnews: Troubled Barratts cuts 1,610 jobs

Post #WorldNews: Bomb explodes outside market in northwestern Pakistan, killing 2

cnni: Official: Sudan military aircraft crashes

PressTV: Taliban say they downed #US-led copter #NATO

BreakingNews: India's BSE Sensex posts 1st annual loss in 3 years by closing about 25 percent down from beginning of January - Reuters

BreakingNews: 6 killed as Sudanese military helicopter catches fire, crashes during mission - state-run SUNA via CNN

guardian #worldnews: Police sacked for Facebook posts

AlArabiya_Eng: Free Syrian Army stops operations and demands to see monitors as protests continue #Syria

AP: In Somalia, wounded Doctors Without Borders worker dies; Kenya reports deaths of 5 al-Shabab: -CJ

wsj #worldnews: Hungary Passes Controversial Bank Bill

Breaking #worldNews: Syrian security forces shoot dead at least 5 protesters in Hama, rights group says - Reuters

PressTV: US-led soldier killed in #Afghanistan

PressTV: Over 4,500 register for Majlis election

BreakingNews: Cyclone Thane kills 19 and damages at least 5,000 homes after slamming coast of India's Tamil Nadu state
PressTV: Roadside bomb kills 4 Afghan civilians

BBC #Worldnews: VIDEO: Battling to be heard in Benghazi

BBCWorld: UN deploys battalion of combat troops to town of Pibor in #SouthSudan to prevent clash between 2 rival tribes

BreakingNewsUK: London's FTSE 100 closes down 5.65% for 2011; £90.5 billion wiped off share prices this year - SkyNews #worldnews

cnnbrk: #Turkey PM says he regrets deaths of 35 civilians in airstrike.

AP: Cheers and fireworks erupt as Samoa and Tokelau cross international date line and jump forward a day -MM #worldnews

Reuters: RT ReutersIndia: Cyclone Thane kills six, weakens rapidly

PressTV: Dozens of OWS protesters nabbed in #US

BreakingNews: Syria update: Pro-Assad forces clash with protesters in Douma; tens of thousands are attending demonstration- AFP via Sky News

BBC #Worldnews: #Euro dips beneath 100 yen for first time in ten years.

CBS #worldNews: Russian nuke sub fire put out; No radiation leak

Daily Telegraph News: Criminals spared jail commit more than 18,000 violent and sexual attacks within year of sentence

Breaking News: Jamaica's opposition People's National Party wins election in landslide - AP

PressTV: 'Diseases kill 200 Somali kids in 24 hrs'

Reuters Top News: Verizon says fixed third December service outage

BBC #Worldnews: VIDEO: Syria activists plan more protests

CNN International: Two aid workers killed in Mogadishu

PressTV: Gunmen kill #Pakistani 'whistleblower'

Rewind to the worst drought in 60 years | Track #AJE's project to collate voices from #Somalia

AlArabiya_Eng: Israeli air strike kills one, injures one in #Gaza: #Palestinian medics

The Associated Press: Asian stocks rise on the last trading day of a year that saw sharp losses for many investors. - MM

Post World News: Jamaican opposition led by ex-Prime Minister Simpson Miller easily wins elections

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