Friday, January 20, 2012

The Nightly World News Report of the 20th of January 2012

Paul Danahar: #Egypt 's High Judicial Election Commission will announce final results of the parliamentary elections at 11GMT today
HuffPost #Worldnews: Thousands join mass protests against Syrian regime
PressTV: Militants blow up school in NW #Pakistan

AJEnglish: Feature: Brazil will spend $ 14bn building the world's third biggest dam, writes @elizondogabriel

PressTV: Second Palestinian MP arrested

CBS News: Meet 84-year-old Virgil Harms, who has been mayor of Paoli, Colo. for 50 years
The Associated Press: First big storm to hit Chicago this winter snarls rush-hour traffic, forces more than 700 flight cancellations: -RJJ
nytimes #worldnews: Somali and African Union Forces Strike Rebels in Mogadishu
Telegraph #Worldnews: Protests over corporate campaign spending outside Supreme Court
BBC Breaking News: British embassy in Baghdad has received body of hostage Alan McMenemy, who was kidnapped in 2007, UK PM says. More soon
MarketWatch: U.S. stocks close higher, capping third week of gains; Dow up 97, Google a drag on Nasdaq
HuffPost #Worldnews: Gunmen kidnap American in Nigeria
Reuters: GE revenue lower than expected

Al Arabiya English: At 8 least dead in Nigerian attacks, including bomber: witnesses, source #AlArabiya
PressTV: Zimbabwe teachers walk off in protest

HuffPostWorld: Costa Concordia search resumes above water after ship shifts
#AlArabiya: Suicide attack on Nigerian police post kills 2 officers: police source

AJELive: Multiple explosions and gunfire have rocked the Nigerian city of Kano, targeting several police stations
AlArabiyaEng: 19 people have been killed by the fire of Syrian security forces across the country: Syrian activists

PressTV: 100,000 flee homes in DR Congo: UN

 cnni: Cuba dissident freed after activist dies

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