Friday, March 30, 2012

The Nightly World News of the 30th of March 2012

Al Jazeera English: Malians back coup as rebels gain ground

BBC #worldnews: Sino-Forest in bankruptcy filing

#BreakingNews: Agency: Citrus disease that killed millions of trees across Florida, Brazil detected in California - AP

BBC #worldnews: China arrests over coup rumours

AP: 2 killed, 11 wounded in Chicago shootings; NBA star Dwyane Wade's nephew among injured: -CC

Telegraph #worldnews: Sudan accuses South Sudan of backing armed rebel groups

PressTV: Cairo protesters tear down junta's wall

Post World News: Venezuelan authorities shut down 4 radio stations accused of operating without licenses

Press TV: 18-year-old protester killed in#Bahrain

cnni: 3 killed as human sacrifices in Mexico

BBC #worldnews: Argentina's Menem in bomb trial

nytimes #worldnews: World Briefing | Middle East: Bahrain: Call for Activist's Release

CBSNews: 2 feared dead in Bellingham, Wash., marina fire

Post #WorldNews: UNESCO chief appeals for safeguarding rich cultural heritage in violence-marred Syria

Telegraph #worldnews: Pipeline attacked after Yemen drone strike

AlArabiya_Eng: Syrian President Assad is touring Baba Amr, the former rebel stronghold cleared by state forces last month.

Post #WorldNews: Belgian man, convicted of art smuggling, dies in Beijing while under house arrest

AJELive: Medical sources say at least 130 people wounded across the West Bank in clashes during Land Day protests

BBC #worldnews: Rebels in #Mali seize northern town of Kidal, a week after the military seized power

WSJ: Groupon's revisions reduced revenue for Q4 by $14.3 mln and reduced net income by $22.6 mln, or 4 cents a share.

AlArabiya_Eng: South Sudan backs rebel attack in S. Kordofan: Sudan army

BBC #Worldnews: VIDEO: Aung San Suu Kyi campaigns for votes

Wall Street Journal: Breaking: Groupon said it was revising lower the financial results it reported for its fourth quarter.

WSJ: BREAKING: Groupon is revising its results for its fourth quarter and year ended Dec. 31. ...

Wall Street Journal: ... Groupon also issued a statement of a material weakness in its internal controls over its financial statement close process for 2011.

MarketWatch: Groupon shares dive 10% late after revising results and company's auditor tacks on warning

Al Arabiya English: Clashes between militants and the Yemeni naval forces in Aden #AlArabiya #Yemen

Breaking Politics: Federal court strikes down parts of Wisconsin's collective bargaining law - @WiStateJournal

Reuters Top News: U.S., EU blast Argentina's trade restrictions at WTO

Wall Street Journal: Breaking: Dow industrials record best first quarter since 1998. Nasdaq posts best gain since 1991.

CNN Breaking News: Dow and S&P post biggest first-quarter gains since 1998

BBC News (World): Ford to invest $1.3bn in Mexico

Al Arabiya English: Huge blast targets the security headquarters in Der al-Zor: Local Coordination Committees #AlArabiya #Syria #Assad

AJEnglish: Protester dies as Palestinians mark Land Day

Telegraph #Worldnews: Hungarian president defiant over plagiarism row

PostWorldNews: 1 wounded as gunman opens fire at office building, school in Finland

Reuters Top News: Mexico central bank rate cut camp gets vocal

Reuters Top News: Yahoo layoffs to begin next week: report

Breaking News: Alaska governor confirms settlement that makes way for progress on major natural gas pipeline - @AP

BBC #Worldnews: France 'set to extradite Rwandan'

Guardian news: Working tax credit changes are ticking timebomb, says campaigners

cnnbrk: U.N. refugee agency says KONY's army attacks on the rise.

BBC #Worldnews: Race to Mexico's presidential palace begins

#BreakingNews: RT breakingpol: California Democratic campaign treasurer pleads guilty to looting $7 million from candidates, committees - AP

MarketWatch: Crude-oil futures close quarter with 4.2% gain

Al Arabiya English: 55 people have been killed by Syrian forces: Syrian activists

nytimes. #worldnews: Militia Member Drugs and Kills Afghan Colleagues

MarketWatch: Gold ends 1% higher at $1,671.90 an ounce

AJEnglish: Opposition boycotts Gambia parliamentary poll

Al Arabiya English: Moroccan rapper arrested for anti-police song

PressTV: Six #Palestinians have been wounded after #Israeli forces opened fire on Land Day #prote

Reuters: U.S. drone kills 5 Qaeda militants in S.Yemen: officials

BreakingNews: AP source: US President Obama determines global oil supply sufficient to proceed with Iranian oil sanctions - AP

Post World News: 6 in Haiti die in early rainy season mudslide

PressTV: China becomes top victim of cyber attacks
BBC News (World): Former KGB chief 'kills himself'

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