Thursday, April 5, 2012

The Morning World News Report of the 5th of April 2012

PressTV: 2 Taliban leaders seized in#Afghanistan

Guardian World: Umberto Bossi resigns as head of Italy's Northern League. More details soon...

guardian: The international criminal court has asked Libya to surrender Saif al-Islam Gaddafi for trial in The Hague

SkyNewsBreak: 30,000 North London households without power after fire in Canning Town, in east of city

BBCWorld: Nicolas #Sarkozy promises to commit #France to balanced budgets, if he is re-elected as president

wsj #worldnews: Italy Unveils Labor-Reform Bill

BBC #WorldNews: Nigerian gets World Bank support

AlArabiya_Eng: Annan expects total Syria ceasefire 48 hours from April 10: spokesman

TelegraphWorld: Violent protests erupt in Athens over debt suicide

Reuters Top News: Malawi President rushed to hospital - sources

AJEnglish: Witness investigates the impact of PTSD, military sexual trauma&brain injuries on #America's female veterans

AlArabiya: 21 people killed by Syrian forces across the country: Local Committees

cnni: Suu Kyi profile #worldnews

BBCWorld: Student guilty of riots burglary

PressTV: Canada police arrest 80 students

PressTV: Berlin shooting kills one, injures 2

Reuters: Voter ID laws spark heated debate before U.S. election

AlArabiya_Eng: Kofi Annan says wants #Syria cessation of hostilities by April 12

BBCWorld: Pakistan suicide bomb kills four

AP: #BREAKINGNEWS: Weekly US unemployment benefit applications fall to 357,000, lowest in 4 years. -EF

guardian #worldnews: News of the World closure cost Rupert Murdoch nearly £250m

AJEnglish: Video: Argentine mothers fight human trafficking

AlArabiya_Eng: #BreakingNews: Islamists occupy the Algerian consulate north of Mali, AFP reports citing witnesses

Reuters: BoE leaves policy intact as UK stumbles towards growth

HuffPostWorld: Cease-fire declared by rebels in #Mali

AJELive: Syrian authorities report withdrawing of troops from three areas, a spokesman for Kofi Annan says

PressTV: Israel soldiers, tanks enter Gaza Strip

BBC exclusive: Babar Ahmad, a British terror suspect held for 7 years without trial, appeals to be tried in the UK.

Between 800 and 900 Syrian refugees have crossed into Turkey in last 24 hours fleeing violence in Syria, Turkish official says - @Reuters

BreakingNews: 7 killed by suspected members of Nigerian militant group Boko Haram at a market in Maiduguri, police say - Reuters

AlArabiya: Fierce clashes near Damascus as Syrian forces assault rebellious towns before truce

Al Jazeera English: Video: Charity to release another Kony video

Al Jazeera English: Video: Thousands of Syrians flood into Jordan

AJELive: 'Google goggles' offer vision of future: #Google #projectglass #AJE

Al Arabiya English: Blast on Iraq Kirkuk-Ceyhan pipeline shuts oil flows

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