Monday, January 9, 2012

The Nightly World News of the Ninth of January 2012

PressTV: Bahrain court drops two death verdicts 
The Associated Press: #Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi confirms she will run for parliament. -MM
N Korean state media announces 1 Feb amnesty for convicts. Not clear on numbers, details, or whether it includes political prisoners. - BBC
MarketWatch: China's December exports rise 13.4% from year earlier, well above forecast
NYTimes World: Israelis and Palestinians Discuss Peace Talks in Jordan
nytimes #worldnews: World Briefing | Asia: Pakistan: Militants Kill 10 Soldiers
BBC News (World): VIDEO: Blaze sweeps through Peru town
MarketWatch: Hong Kong stocks tick higher, with real-estate shares rising; Hang Seng Index up 0.2%
nytimes #worldnews: 3 Monks' Deaths Show Rise of Self-Immolation Among Tibetans
MarketWatch: Japanese stocks open higher, with financials broadly stronger; Nikkei Average up 0.4% 
Breaking News: Mudslides kill at least 8 in Rio de Janeiro; year's toll from heavy rains is now 23 - AP
The Associated Press: U.S. Department of Agriculture says it will close 259 domestic offices to help save $150 million per year: -RJJ
Reuters: U.S. November consumer credit surges by most since 2001

AJEnglish: Video: Kenya's TB campaign proves a success

MarketWatch: U.S. stocks close higher in light volume on hopes for solid U.S. corporate earnings
BreakingNews: US consumers boosted borrowing by $20.4 billion in November, biggest monthly gain in a decade - AP

 Top News: White House Chief of Staff Daley stepping down
Breaking News: Police kill 2 protesters in Nigeria, wound more than 2 dozen as thousands demonstrate fuel subsidy cut - @Reuters
MarketWatch: Feb. gold down $8.70, or 0.5%, to end at $1,608.10
Al Jazeera English: #Yemen Cabinet approves immunity law for Saleh

TIMEWorld: EXCLUSIVE: World music celebrity turned Senegal presidential candidate Youssou N'dour speaks to @TIMEWorld |
Al Arabiya English: In cyber vengeance, #Israeli hackers say they obtained #Saudi credit card details…
.Telegraph World News: Picasso and Mondrian paintings stolen from Greece's biggest state art museum
BBC News (World): Bahrain: Protest policeman jailed
BBC Breaking News: Sixty La Senza lingerie shops bought out of administration by Kuwaiti firm, saving 1,100 UK jobs. Details soon:
NYTimes World: Afghan Soldier Kills American and Wounds 3 Others
Al Arabiya English: #Iran arrests opposition figure Mehdi #Khazali
BBC News (World): Strike shuts down Malawi courts
Al Arabiya English: #BreakingNews: Three car bomb blasts rock the Iraqi capital Baghdad: Al Arabiya correspondent
Sky News Newsdesk: Reuters: UN nuclear watchdog confirms Iran has started uranium enrichment at new underground site.
PressTV: S Sudan ethnic clashes leave 24 dead

Al Jazeera English: Bahrain court overturns two death sentences
HuffPostWorld: New wave of bombs kills at least 14 in Baghdad

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