Saturday, January 14, 2012

The Morning World News of the 14th of January 2012

cnni: Nigeria unions to restart protest talks

AlArabiya_Eng: 500,000 Muslim devotees gather in Bangladesh to call for peace

Breaking #worldNews: 17 killed as bus plunges into a deep gorge during heavy fog in southeastern Bangladesh - ABC News
Telegraph #worldNews: Royal Navy captures 13 Somali pirates
 BBC #Worldnews: Tibetan immolation triggers clash
PressTV: Zimbabwe reduces HIV transmission

PressTV: One #US-led soldier killed in Afghan war

PressTV: Pakistan police station attack kills 9

PressTV: Hundreds of Tunisians turn out to demand jobs and dignity as the North African country marks a year since...
PressTV: Tens of thousands of protesters stage an anti-government #demonstration in #Manama, capital of #Bahrain.
BBCWorld: Mohamed ElBaradei, #Egypt's opposition leader, drops out of presidential race in protest of military leaders
AP: #Iraq official: Death toll now 53 from bomb attack on Shiite pilgrims in south: -JM

AlArabiya: Egypt military ruler to Libya on first state visit abroad; rival Libyan militias' clashes kill one, wound 14
BBCWorld: As many as 50 Costa Concordia passengers are still unaccounted for, say authorities in Santo Stafano, #Italy
BBCWorld: Party of #Taiwan's incumbent president, Ma Ying-jeou, claims victory in country's presidential election
BBCBreaking: Emir of Qatar becomes first Arab leader to call for troops to be sent to stop bloodshed in #Syria.

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