Thursday, April 26, 2012

The Nightly World News of the 26th of April 2012

HuffPostWorld: North Korea's newest rockets are fake, say experts

Post World News: Georgian president says he’s willing to resign if Russia pulls out from separatist regions

BBCWorld: People's Daily site shares up 70%

Guardian news: Chinese activist flees house arrest

nytimesworld: United States to Cut Number of Marines on Okinawa

PostWorldNews: Gypsy families evicted from settlement in Serbia's capital, despite protests by rights groups

cnnbrk: Pentagon: U.S. to transfer about 9,000 Marines from Okinawa

PressTV: Air crash kills#US-Bulgaria war games

AJELive: #ECOWAS to send troops to #Mali and G. Bissau I

MarketWatch: Hong Kong stocks rise, with PetroChina boosted by earnings; Hang Seng Index up 0.4%

PressTV: 85 arrested in Montreal student rally

AJEnglish: #Libya bans religious parties from politics

BBCWorld: Jamaica struggles toward a sound economic future

PostWorldNews: 2 nephews of leader of powerful Sinaloa cartel arrested on drug possession charges in Mexico

MarketWatch: Japan stocks seesaw in early moves, with retailers weak; Nikkei Average flat

BBCWorld: Samsung profits up 81% on phones

BBCWorld: Colombia army on call to fight flooding

Post World News: 5 dead after Ukrainian helicopter crashes in eastern Romania

Pedro da Costa: S&P downgrades Spain two notches.

breakingpol: Violence Against Women Act re-authorization bill passed by Senate - washingtonpost

AJEnglish: Video: Afghan schools hit by Taliban bike campaign

Reuters Top News: Islamist militants blow up Yemen gas pipeline

Al Arabiya English: Plane carrying bin Laden family leaves Pakistan for Saudi Arabia: ministry

Reuters: Insight: Falling home prices drag new buyers under water

Al Jazeera English: Video: Claims of fraud in Russian elections continue

Agence France-Presse: #Mali's Timbuktu falls under control of a new armed group of Arabs, who claim to be neither rebels nor Islamists #AFP

BBC News (World): VIDEO: High winds shake Spain planes

Post World News: UN report says unexploded cluster munitions found in Sri Lanka, appearing to confirm war use

Reuters Top News: Secret Service expands misconduct probe to El Salvador via @kiro7seattle

MarketWatch: Amazon shares rally 9% after earnings blow past estimates

Reuters: Zynga reports $85 million quarterly loss

Reuters Top News: Amazon reports first-quarter EPS of $0.28 on revenue of $13.18 billion, watch for full story $AMZN

Reuters: Tibetan quake victims fight China government land grab

wsjworld: Turkey Begins Cyprus Drilling

Reuters: MetLife exits reverse mortgage business

BreakingNews: Boko Haram has claimed responsibility for today's attacks on ThisDay offices in Abuja and Kaduna, Nigeria - jongambrellAP

wsjworld: Syria, Rebels Trade Blame for Violence in Hama

PostWorldNews: Officials: Libya's ruling council fires Cabinet, citing incompetence, 2 months before election

Reuters Top News: Starbucks profit up, but Europe shows weakness

MarketWatch: Dow extends winning streak to third day; S&P reclaims 1,400

guardiannews: Top story: Rupert Murdoch apologises, and says there was a 'cover-up' at the NoW

MarketWatch: Zynga reports a loss, but beats estimates; revenue rises 32%

MarketWatch: Expedia shares jump 13% late in wake of quarterly report

BBC News (World): #Dutch party leaders agree tough budget cuts days after government collapsed over the measures #Netherlands

The Associated Press: Osama bin Laden's three widows, children head to Pakistan airport to be deported to Saudi Arabia: -CC

wsjworld: IMF Says Hungary Must Fix Central Bank Issues

Post World News: Taliban closes dozens of Afghan schools

wsjworld: Ireland Passes Latest Bailout Review

Breaking News: Osama bin Laden's family heading for airport to depart Pakistan for Saudi Arabia, family lawyer says - @Reuters

WSJ World News: Gulf Countries Splurge at Home

AlArabiya_Eng: Calls to use force under UN Syria mandate counterproductive: Moscow #AlArabiya #Syria

Al Arabiya English: Arab League condemns South Sudan's 'aggression' against Heglig, says oil-rich area is Sudan's #AlArabiya #Sudan

Breaking News: Arab League condemns South Sudan's 'aggression' against Heglig, says oil-rich area is Sudan's - @AP

Reuters Top News: After Apple, Amazon, too, may be in for wild ride

Al Arabiya English: Fourteen people killed and 39 injured in bombings across Iraq

PostWorldNews: Campaign begins for runoff for Iran parliament seats; conservatives assured of majority

BBCWorld: Minibus backs into Bin Laden house - follow BBC's AleemMaqbool & TulipMazumdar for more on journey from #Pakistan to #Saudi Arabia

CNN International: Afghan 'soldier' kills ISAF member

MarketWatch: Dow industrials expand Thursday advance to triple digits

PressTV: US drone kills 3 in south#Yemen

Press TV: Obama escalates drone war in#Yemen

CNN Breaking News: Multiple bomb blasts kill at least 7 in #Nigeria.

Al Arabiya English: 10 killed and 15 injured in Iraq's Diala #AlArabiya #Iraq

ReutersTV: Brazil's biggest IPO has raised $1.96 billion, but will it spark growth? A BreakingViews columnists discuss

PressTV: #Yemeni women holding up a banner showing Yemen's former #ruler Ali Abdullah #Saleh and

MarketWatch: Treasury Department sold $29 billion in 7-year debt at a record-low yield of 1.347%

AlArabiya_Eng: U.N. plans aid for 1 million Syrians struggling amid conflict

wsjworld: Pakistan Premier Gets 30-Second Sentence

WSJ World News: Dutch Budget Talks Continue

AlArabiya_Eng: 22 people killed by the gunfire of Syrian forces across the country: activists

Reuters: Lufthansa to cut 3,000 admin jobs: report

Post World News: NATO: Man dressed in Afghan army uniform fires on coalition forces, killing 1 service member

Reuters: How Russia, Iran keep fuel flowing to Syria

Wall Street Journal: Health insurers are expected to rebate $1+ bil to consumers and employers this year under health overhaul

Guardian World: Cambodian police shoot dead leading anti-logging campaigner Chut Wutty

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