Sunday, January 22, 2012

The Morning World News Report of the 22nd of January 2012

I leave for China tomorrow, so this may be one of the final entries for months.

AlArabiya_Eng:  Arabia decides to withdraw its monitors from Syria, Al Arabiya correspondent reports

Press TV: A view showing the #Occupy #DC encampment in McPherson Square on a cold morning in Washington, DC January 22, 2012

Al Arabiya English: #UAE central bank thwarts website hacking attempt
Al Jazeera English: Hollande looks to cement lead over Sarkozy
cnni: Bosnian Serb war criminal recaptured

PressTV: About 100,000 Hungarian protesters rally on the in #Budapest on January 21, in support of #Hungary's Prime M
BBC #Worldnews: Eight cruise ship dead identified
Breaking #worldNews: The Arab League has agreed to extend Syria observer mission for another month - AP
BBC #Worldnews: At least 11 killed in attacks in Bauchi state in northern #Nigeria, officials say
BBCBreaking: US football coach Joe Paterno dies aged 85. Details soon: 
AlArabiya_Eng: Update: NTC's deputy resigns as premier warns that #Libya could fall into 'bottomless pit' 
Update: Death toll from attacks in Kano, Nigeria reaches 178, 'real figure likely to be higher' doctor tells reporter - @Reuters
BreakingNews: Update: Iran news agency IRNA reports that 17 people have died after storm capsized passenger boat off the southern coast - AP
BBC: British martyr who Al-Shabab claimed was killed by drone strike in Somalia is not British, UK Foreign Office says
BBCWorld: Al-Shabab says a "British martyr" was killed in drone strike near #Somalia capital Mogadishu on Saturday.
AJELive: Activists documented the death of 976 people in Syria since the 1st Arab League team arrived into the country.
martinplautBBC: #Nigeria: Gunmen overnight raided the northern town of Tafawa Balewa in Bauchi state. Attack blamed on Muslim Hausa-Fulanis.
AlArabiya_Eng: 10s of thousands of Yemenis demand President Ali Abdullah Saleh's execution in protests against his immunity from prosecution
cnni: Arab League decision due on Syria

BBC News (World): #China reports second bird flu death in a month, following deaths last week in #Indonesia, #Vietnam and #Cambodia
TheEconomist: w/ European bank demand 4 sovereign debt about 2 dry up, Europe is a long way from being out of the woods
BreakingNews: China-bound cargo ship full of iron ore lists, possibly sinks; crew rescued after abandoning ship - AP
cnni: Congolese protesters rally in U.S. capital

Breaking News: Somali insurgents claim US drone strike kills al-Qaida official fighting with them - AP
WSJ World News: Madagascar Bars Ex-Leader's Return
The Economist: Thanks to a booming mining industry, Mongolia is likely to grow faster than any other country in the next decade

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