Monday, January 23, 2012

The Morning World News Report of the 23rd of January 2012

This will probably be my last report for months. I don't know if twitter nor blogspot works in China. Take Care.

BBCWorld: Police in #India arrest 2people in connection with a deadly triple bombing which killed27in #Mumbai last July
MarketWatch: Euro reaches its highest level of 2012, climbs above $1.30
CBSNews: West Bank police free Palestinian woman, held captive9years by her dad, who refused contact w/ divorced mother
More than 100 people have been injured in central Alabama by storms, at least 2 killed: -EF
Reuters: Storms leave 3 dead in Alabama 
BBCWorld: Four killed in clash between pro-Gaddafi fighters and government militia in Bani Walid, Libya, officials say.
Press TV: A recent report shows that minor Palestinian detainees are physically and verbally abused by Israeli guards in...
HuffPostWorld: Syria rejects new Arab League plan
BreakingNews: First post-Mubarak parliament holds inaugural session, seeks to elect speaker and 2 deputies - AP
AJEnglish: Video: Bolivian president marks six years in power

AP: BREAKING: South Sudan official: Country will shut down oil production in response to oil thefts by Sudan. -EF
BBC #Worldnews: Two more bodies found on #Costa #Concordia #cruise ship, officials say.
BreakingNews: China police fire on Tibetan protesters, killing at least 1 and injuring others, rights group says - AFP
BBCKarenAllen: Landmark moment for Kenya - two presidential hopefuls, & former head of the civil service among those to face full ICC trial
TheEconomist: State capitalism is not all the same. Russia, China & Brazil among others use different models
HuffPost #Worldnews: EU adopts 'unprecedented' sanctions against Iran
cnni: Kenyan leaders face human rights trial

BBCBreaking: EU agrees to suspend visa bans on #Burma's leading politicians, including the president & cabinet members.
SkyNewsBreak: Sky Sources: A number of prisoners have escaped from prison van on way to HMP Hewell prison 

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