Sunday, April 29, 2012

The Morning World News Report of the 29th of April 2012

Al Arabiya English: #BreakingNews: Libya's current government to stay on: NTC chief

PostWorldNews: Bangladesh opposition enforces another nationwide shutdown to protest disappearance of leader

guardiannews: UK faces floods and 60mph winds as wet weather continues

The Economist: Republican policies on illegal immigration are annoying Latinos and becoming a serious handicap in the US election

BBCBreaking: Police say at least six people killed in attacks on university in northern Nigerian city of Kano

TheEconomist: Belgium continues to have the highest tax wedge in the OECD while Chile has the lowest

cnni: Gunman hurls grenade at Kenya church

camanpour: Israeli War of Words continues:

CBSNews: Multiples charges expected in London bomb hoax incident; Suspect due in court Monday

AJEnglish: Bolivian sex workers on hunger strike #worldnews

AlArabiya_Eng: #BreakingNews: The Egyptian parliament suspends its sessions in protest against the military-appointed government. #Egypt

Guardian news: Sudan arrests British man for 'military activity'

cnni: UK Red Cross worker killed in Pakistan

NBCNews: Update: At least 6 suspected militants killed in US drone strike on abandoned school building in North Waziristan, Pakistan

TelegraphWorld: Benjamin Netanyahu prepares for early elections

AJELive: #Hungary government spokesman says 2 Hungarians kidnapped in #Syria are alive

PressTV: Spaniards protest health, education cuts

PressTV: At least 20 people have been killed after a powerful explosion and gunfire rocked the Bayero University campus

Reuters: Attack on Christians in Nigeria kills at least 15: witness

BreakingNews: More: Drone attack is first since Pakistan demanded complete halt to them; likely to strain relations further - NBCNews

cnni: Sudan: State of emergency in south

guardiannews: Writer who fled China says his friend has been detained for seven months

PostWorldNews: Al-Qaida in Yemen says it frees 73 soldiers captured in fighting in south of the country

BBC News (World): Police in #Bahrain "continuing to beat and torture detainees", campaigners say

Reuters Top News: One killed in grenade attack in Kenyan church: police

Breaking News UK: Police find what they believe to be the body of kidnapped British-Yemeni aid worker Dr Khalil Rasjed Dale near Quetta, Pakistan - @NBCNews

AlArabiya_Eng: #British food retailer boycotts products from #Israel's 'illegal' settlements

Guardian news: As sickness benefit cuts take effect, thousands face hard times

AJELive: At least six people dead and 16 injured in #Karachi police operation against criminal elements in #Lyari area

Breaking News: Grenade wounds 10 people at a church in a working class area of the Kenyan capital, police say - @Reuters

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