Monday, January 2, 2012

Nightly World News of the Second day of 2012

nytimes #worldnews: Boycott by Reformers Could Undermine Elections in Iran
nytimes #worldnews: China Set to Punish Another Human Rights Activist

Al Arabiya English: #Egyptians set to vote in final round of landmark post-revolution election that has pushed Islamist movements into politics #AlArabiya
guardian #worldnews: Man dressed as 'Father Frost' stabbed to death in Tajikistan
2 Arrested in Torture of Afghan Girl
nytimes #worldnews: Global Update: New H.I.V. Cases and AIDS Deaths Plummet in British Columbia
HuffPost #Worldnews: 6 women fined since April for violating France's Islamic veil ban
PressTV: US Rose Parade gets 'Occupied'
Post World News: Cuban prisoner angry he was not part of pardon dies of heart attack during hunger strike
BBC #Worldnews: Singapore's economic growth slows
wsj #worldnews: China's New Leaders Get in Line
BBC News (World): VIDEO: Nigeria protests at fuel price rise
CNN International: 4,000-plus Iraqi civilians killed in 2011
Al Jazeera English: Video: Islamists lead as #Egypt votes in third round
 AJELive: #Kashmir power cut protest turns deadly
guardian #worldnews: Weak manufacturing output signals eurozone's slide to recession
The Associated Press: APNewsBreak: One-third of states may miss truck driver rules deadline, risk losing road money -CJ
PressTV: Bahraini troops attack anti-regime rally

BBCWorld: Mount Rainer gunman 'found dead'
Reuters: Tens of thousands protest against Hungary government

Post World News: Chile battles 3 huge wildfires; 1 killed, tourists evacuated, losses in millions
Daily Telegraph News: Nigeria: al-Qaeda-linked group gives Christians 3-day deadline
Breaking News: European stocks rally in thin trading during first session of 2012 - MarketWatch
Guardian news: Police forces confess 944 officers have a criminal record
The Associated Press: Police: Rainier gunman may have fled to park to hide following earlier shooting that left 4 wounded: -CJ
guardian #worldnews: Iran currency plunges in value as US strengthens sanctions
BBC News (World): Meet the Republican presidential candidates making their final pitches to voters ahead of Tuesday's Iowa caucuses
The Associated Press: Police: "We do have a very hot and dangerous situation." All visitors evacuated from Rainier; gunman sought: -CJ

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