Sunday, March 25, 2012

The Morning World News of the 25th of March 2012

AlArabiya_Eng: Wanted former Iraqi VP Tariq al-Hashimi requests neutral investigations over the killing of one of his aides in a Baghdad pri

cnnbrk: Student fatally shot in dorm room at Mississippi State University

Post #WorldNews: Iraq's top Sunni official says his bodyguard was tortured, killed during terror investigation

AlArabiya_Eng: Hijabi Iraqi mother's death after severe beating sends shockwaves across the U.S. #RIPShaima

Post #WorldNews: SKorea says that NKorea has moved a long-range rocket to a northwestern launch site

Post World News: WHITE HOUSE NOTEBOOK: Obama press corps blocked out - temporarily - in South Korea

Post #WorldNews: Sarkozy, seeking re-election, wants border-free Europe to fight illegal immigration harder

guardianworld: Iraqi woman dies after San Diego attack. Killer left not: "Go back to your country, you terrorist"

PressTV: Another Palestinian inmate refuses to eat

HuffPost #Worldnews: Activists: Syrian troops storm northern town

BBCWorld: Opposition's candidates unite against incumbent Abdoulaye Wade in 2nd round of Senegal presidential elections

Al Jazeera English: Video: Guatemala out-gunned by drug gangs

Al Arabiya English: #BreakingNews: Syrian security forces kill at least 24 people across the country: revolution council

AJEnglish: 'No charges' over Pakistan border strike

AlArabiya_Eng: #Jordan arrests 10 alleged #Syrian defectors

Post #WorldNews: Maoist rebels release 1 of 2 Italians abducted 11 days ago in eastern India

Al Jazeera English: Video: UK co-operative prospers in recession

CBSNews: On doorstep of N.Korea Obama warns Pyongyang against its planned long-range rocket launch

AP: Taliban threaten Pakistani lawmakers who support resumption of NATO supplies to Afghanistan: -CJ

PostWorldNews: Israeli ministers preparing for Friday border marches by pro-Palestinian activists

PressTV: Violence leaves 16 dead in#Pakistan

BBC Breaking News: Afghan families affected by #Kandahar massacre receive $46,000 (£29,000) compensation payments for death of relatives

The Economist: The government of Mario Monti is pressing ahead with labour reforms over union objections and threats of strikes

Post World News: North Koreans observe end of 100-day mourning period following death of leader Kim Jong Il

TelegraphNews: Burma turns to Aung San Suu Kyi and dares to dream as the prospect of her election nears

AJEnglish: Guatemala proposes legalisation of drugs

Al Arabiya English: Nine killed in southern #Afghanistan bombing: district chief #Alarabiya

AJELive: Graft-tainted former Irish PM quits party #Ahern #Ireland #AJE

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