Wednesday, January 18, 2012

The Morning World News of the 18th of January 2012

AJELive: Splits remain within #Syria opposition over armed resistance - Michel Kilo warns of "chaos without end"
AP: Agriculture secretary announces $308 million in aid for disaster-stricken states: -VW

cnni: Gunmen kill local Iraqi leader and 3 sons

BBCWorld: Video: Burmese pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi registers to run in April parliamentary by-election
AlArabiya_Eng: Security forces' gunfire kills at five in #Syria: revolution council

AP: U.S. wholesale prices fell in December because of lower costs, evidence that inflation remains tame: -EF 
A Canadian journalist was imprisoned by Japanese officials after his name appeared on a immigration watch list
SkyNewsBreak: Reports: At least two people have died after seven-seater plane hit a mountain on the England-Wales border 
guardian #worldnews: That didn't last long... Syria troops break Zabadani ceasefire
MarketWatch: Goldman Sachs' quarterly profit lower as investment-banking revenue falls 43%; shares gain

MarketWatch: European shares open mostly lower; ASML up 2.8%

BreakingNews: Search suspended at the Costa Concordia site after ship moves slightly, rescue officials say - Reuters

BBCWorld: Human head found in plastic bag on hiking trail near #Hollywood sign in Los Angeles, police say.

BBCWorld: UK unemployment rose by 118,000 to bring total to 2.68m in the three months to November.
SkyNewsBreak: Unemployment rate is 8.4%, up from 8.3%, number rises to 2.685m, up by 118,0003

AJELive: Watch our latest report on the situation in #Zabadani as a ceasefire is reported:

PressTV: UK troops jailed for abuse of Afghan kids

PressTV: 'Smoke bomb' locks White House down

AlArabiya: An Israeli strike kills two Palestinians close to the border fence in the Gaza Strip, Hamas police say

BBC #Worldnews: Striking images of life in Horn of #Africa as families struggle to survive amid drought

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