Sunday, January 1, 2012

The Morning World News of the first of January 2012

PressTV: 'Israel killed 180 Palestinians in 2011'

Press TV: Bahrain intensifies crackdown on protestors

2 teens charged with aggravated arson as firefighters battle blaze at former clock factory in Illinois - NewsTrib

AP: Crash in California casino area leaves 14 injured, two critically. -MM

cnni: Syrian opposition group: More than 5,800 died in 2011 

cnni: Hundreds hurt in Philippines festivities

AP: Official says a bomb killed am anti-Taliban militiaman in Pakistani tribal area. -MM 

AP: Yemenis rally in major cities, demand President Saleh face trial for killings during uprising: -CJ

AP: Huge fire erupts, burns for hours in a former clock factory in Peru, Ill., nearby residents evacuated: -CJ

Carlos Soria, governor of Rio Negro state, Argentina, dies from gunshot to head during New Year's celebrations - AP

guardiannews: Congo prisoners killed by grenade blunder

cnni: Four killed in Pakistan explosions

Reuters: Libyan militia chief claims 2stop plot by Gaddafi supporters2 blow up Tripoli's power grid on New Year's eve.

Reuters: Two dead, 561 injured at New Year celebrations in Italy - Interior Ministry

Reuters: Nigeria regulator announces end to fuel subsidies

Post #WorldNews: Israeli, Palestinian negotiators to meet for first time in more than a year

AlArabiya_Eng: Child sacrificed, liver offered to gods: Indian police

AP: Clashes erupt between opposition supporters and police after teen's funeral in #Bahrain: -CJ

Exxon awarded $908 million over Venezuela's 2007 nationalization of assets; less than 10% what it sought - @Reuters

AJELive: #ArabLeague observers face calls4their immediate withdrawal, while divisions re-emerge among #Syria opposition

AlArabiya_Eng: Iraqi civilian deaths in Dec lowest level in 2011

PressTV: Nigeria ethnic clashes leave 50 dead

The Associated Press: #Iran claims another feat in nuclear program, says it's produced nuclear fuel rod for first time. -MM

AJELive: Police raided New York's Zuccotti Park, clearing Occupy Wall St protesters and making several arrests:

alexnhicken: Happy New Year!

CNN Breaking News: A magnitude 7.0 #earthquake hits #Japan, 302 miles south-southwest of #Tokyo, according to US Geological Survey. No #tsunami warning issued

The Associated Press: A magnitude 7.0 earthquake hits eastern Japan, no danger of a tsunami. No reports of damage or injuries. -MM

BBC News (World): Nigerian ethnic clashes kill 50

Breaking News: Update: Another Hollywood car fire, this time at big garage near New Year's Eve revelers

NYTimes World: Euro Has 10-Year Anniversary, but Few Are Celebrating

Breaking News: Update: Occupy Wall Street protesters surge back into New York's Zuccotti Park

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