Saturday, December 24, 2011

The World News Report of Tonight, the 24 of December 2011

Breaking #worldNews: Cyclone winds lash Cobourg Peninsula in Australia's Northern Territory

PressTV: Afghan soldier kills two #US troops

Breaking News: Update: Plane with wheel jam makes safe landing at Karachi airport -

Breaking News: Russian plane with 72 aboard to make emergency landing at Karachi, Pakistan, airport; landing gear malfunctioning - NBC News

The Associated Press: Virginia police say man killed two people, then stole SUV with 2-year-old in back seat: -CC

Al Arabiya English: Rebel leader from Darfur region, Khalil Ibrahim, killed by Sudan forces in North Kordofan: AFP - World: At least 38 dead in Haitian shipwreck off Cuba 

PressTV: Coal mine collapse kills 11 in #Afghanistan

cnni: 3 Americans 'among Mexico victims'

CNN International: Iraqi PM promises security after attacks

AP INTERACTIVE: From Steve Jobs to Kim Jong Il, a look at the famous and infamous who died in 2011: -EC

BBC #Worldnews: Man shot in East Dunbartonshire

cnni: Kim now N.Korea 'supreme commander'

nytimes #worldnews: Royalists Step Up Efforts to Defend Thai Monarchy

The Associated Press: Is the Occupy movement history in the making? Time will tell. Just in case, artifacts are being kept: -EC

Al Arabiya English: Death toll rises to 38 protesters and dissents killed across #Syria, the coordination committees say

Al Arabiya English: #Yemeni president says he will travel to the U.S. not for treatment but "to create favorable conditions for the presidential election”

Al Arabiya English: The last Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev calls on Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to quit politics

CNN Breaking News: 10,000 doctors strike for better pay in #India.

Al Arabiya English: #Yemen's embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh intends to head to the U.S. for a medical treatment

Sky News Newsdesk: Reuters: Medical source says 9 people have been killed and 90 injured after security forces fire on protesters in Yemeni capital, Sanaa

Post #WorldNews: Libyan economy minister resigns after protesters discover he accepted same post from Gadhafi

Reuters Top News: Christmas pilgrims pray for peace in Bethlehem

Al Arabiya English: Death toll from attacks in northern Nigeria attributed to the Islamist Boko Haram sect could reach 100, police & a local rights group say

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