Thursday, March 22, 2012

The Nightly #WorldNews Report of the 22nd of March 2012

BBC #Worldnews: Police in Ecuador's capital Quito use tear gas in clashes with protesters
Reuters: Hong Kong property tycoons muscle in on leadership poll

nytimes #worldnews: World Briefing | Asia: China: Vietnamese Fishermen Detained

BBC News (World): Seven people die of swine flu in #India's Maharashtra state, doctors say

nytimes #worldnews: World Briefing | The Americas: Brazil: Computer Chips Track Students

BBC Breaking News: #Japan activates missile defence system as #NorthKorea prepares rocket launch

Breaking News: At least 2 people injured in chemical explosion at Portland, Oregon, factory - @Oregonian

nytimes #worldnews: In Self-Immolations by Tibetans, Signs of New Turmoil

nytimes #worldnews: World Briefing | Middle East: Yemen: Militants Face Attack From Sea

Breaking #worldNews: Air Canada ground crews walk off the job in Toronto; several flights delayed - CTVToronto

PressTV: Kashmir bomb blast kills four

MarketWatch: Hong Kong stocks track Asian peers lower, with Hang Seng Index down 1%

Reuters Markets: Nike posts higher profit, sees strong demand

Reuters World News: France to resume election race after gunman's death

MarketWatch: Japan stocks open sharply lower as yen rises; Nikkei Average down 1.1%

Breaking News: Florida man agrees to plead guilty for celeb hacking - AP

BBC News (World): US will resume military aid to #Egypt, by waiving requirement for Cairo to show "progress towards democracy"

Press TV: Police attack Portuguese demonstrators

BBC News (World): World Bank and African Development Bank suspend aid to #Mali

BBC Breaking News: Afghan massacre suspect Staff Sgt Robert Bales to be charged with 17 counts of murder, US officials say 

Al Jazeera English: US soldier to be charged in 17 Afghan deaths

Post World News: 5 London police officers injured in dog attack during raid; 4 seriously hurt

PostWorldNews: Yemeni officials say navy shelling has killed 29 Qaeda militants in southern coastal region 

Post World News: Ugandan police restrict opposition leader’s movements after deadly clash kills policeman

Al Arabiya English: 83 people have been killed by the fire of Syrian forces acrioss the counrty: activists 

Joanna chung: ‏Tenn. Senate OKs Bill To Allow Anti-Evolution Talk In Classrooms

Al Jazeera English: UN peace push fails to halt #Syria violence

BBC News (World):‏ Opposition groups in #Syria say at least 10 civilians on a bus trying to flee to #Turkey have been killed

MarketWatch: U.S. stocks end lower, with S&P down for third session, on dim data from China and Europe

BBC News (World): "It sounded like a thunder storm" - massive boulder crushes a house and two cars in #Ohio, #SA

CBS News: BREAKING NEWS: Sanford, FL police chief temporarily steps aside amid investigation into shooting of Trayvon Martin

Reuters: Gunmen "execute" Yemeni officer, three killed in clash

Reuters Top News: U.S. House votes to abolish Medicare cost panel

Reuters: Angry British police to seek right to strike 

Reuters Top News: American Airlines parent may reject union pacts

Al Arabiya English: Clinton to certify that #Egypt meeting its obligations under peace treaty with Israel, to allow US aid to go forward: Senator Leahy’s aide

Al Jazeera English: Feature: #Senegal is 94 per cent #Muslim, and it selected a #Christian as its first president

Press TV: Harry Potter star jailed for 2 years

Press TV: Saudi forces shoot activist in Awamiyah

BBC Breaking News: ‏Two more bodies found next to the wreck of the Costa Concordia cruise ship, bringing to 5 the number discovered today

Reuters Top News: JOBS ACT, bill to boost startups, wins Senate approval

Press TV:Yemenis demand Saleh execution

Al Arabiya English: 70 people have been killed by the fire of Syrian forces: Local Coordination Committees 

CNN International: ‏ On World Water Day, billions are still without clean water. waterforpeople are one group trying to change that

 CBS News: Congress passes scaled back STOCK Act (via CBSNewsHotsheet)

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