Saturday, January 7, 2012

The Nightly World News of the 7th of January 2012

CNN International: Pakistan releases Indian fishermen
BreakingNews: Mexican journalist shot to death in Monterrey, becoming 1st reporter to be killed in Mexico in 2012 - AFP
cnni: Iran to ramp up another nuclear plant

cnni: Curfew in Nigeria after Christians killed

CNN International: New Venezuelan official on U.S. drug list
Breaking News: Package explodes at home, seriously injuring two in Lafayette, Colo. - The Denver Post
Reuters: U.S. taxpayers owe $385 billion in 2006 taxes: IRS

Reuters Top News: Five severed heads found in northern Mexican city
The Associated Press: Argentine leader's thyroid, surgically removed, wasn't cancerous after all; now she faces lifetime hormone therapy:
NYTimes World: Boko Haram Attacks in Nigeria Kill at Least 13
Al Arabiya English: At least 26 killed in #Syria; regime holds funerals of Damascus bombing
Reuters Top News: Syrian military official defects with soldiers: report…
PressTV: Yemeni protesters demand Saleh trial

 Press TV: #Egyptian #protesters set a #US #flag on fire during a #demonstration against US #policy
CNN Breaking News: 17 Haitian men who say they were sexually abused by convicted U.S. aid worker sue for millions in damages.
BBC #Worldnews: Unusually heavy snow hits Austria
Al Arabiya English: At least 19 people have been killed by Syrian forces today, the revolution commission says

BBC News (World): Nigerians flee sectarian violence

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