Saturday, January 21, 2012

The Nightly World News Report of the 21st of January 2012

BBCWorld: Colombia rebels hit radar station 
CNNPolitics: BREAKING: Exit polls show Gingrich leads Romney 38% to 29% among SC voters. 
AJEnglish: Video: Chile's Mapuche fear wildfire backlash

Reuters: Gingrich wins gloves-off South Carolina Republican race

nytimes #worldnews: Muslim Brotherhood Wins 47% of Egypt Assembly Seats
Breaking News: South Carolina primary polls close at 7 pm ET; Follow updates, results on
Breaking News: Heavy clashes between army and opposition fighters reported in Damascus, Syria, suburb - @AJELive
Reuters Top News: Syrian rebels seize parts of Damascus suburb: sources
he Associated Press: Swiss police detain more than 100 people at a protest in advance of the annual meeting of global elites at Davos:
Telegraph #worldNews: Ministry of Defence faces £2 billion more cuts
Reuters Top News: Darfur peacekeeper killed, three wounded: U.N.
Breaking News: Update: 6.2 quake hits off coast of southern Mexico; no initial reports of damage - @AP
The Associated Press: 16-year-old sailor from the Netherlands ends her yearlong solo journey around the world in St. Maarten: -EF
BBC News (World): South Carolina voting under way
CNN Breaking News: Nevada fire 100% contained; 29 homes destroyed.
Al Arabiya English: Death toll in #Syria today rises to 94, including 60 in Idlib hospital morgue: Revolution commission
Huffington Post #Worldnews: Thailand makes largest drug bust in years
Post World News: 4 Iraqi troops killed in attack in Fallujah
AJELive: Head of #Egypt's SCAF orders release of 1,959 detainees convicted by military courts.
Press TV: The United States has sent some 12,000 soldiers to Libya, in the first phase of deployments to the oil-rich North...
HuffPostWorld: Islamists secure 75 percent of Egypt's parliament
PressTV: #Afghan rescue workers walk in a line into a #snowbound village in the mountainous nort
Al Arabiya English: 58 people have been killed in #Syria today, including 30 in a 'massacre' in #Idlib, the Revolution's General Commission reports

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