Friday, April 13, 2012

The Nightly World News Report of the 13th of April 2012

guardiannews: Pakistan gunmen kill eight Shia Muslims

AJEnglish: Video: Libya's NTC investigates rebel 'corruption'

Breaking News: TSA inspector at Dallas-Fort Worth airport accused of stealing iPads - @NBCDFW

Reuters: Mexican drug cartel leader sent to prison in Colorado

PostWorldNews: US agents seize large cocaine shipment off Puerto Rico's north coast

PressTV: 4 bombs rock Colombia ahead of summit

Breaking News: US Secret Service agents sent home from Cartagena, Colombia; involvement with prostitutes alleged - @WaPo

Breaking News: 2 small blasts go off in Bogota, Colombia, as President Obama visits country - Reuters

Press TV: Bahraini forces attack funeral

New York Times World: News Analysis: China’s Party May Be Long-Term Loser in Bo Xilai Case

The Associated Press: "He died trying to make our community safe": NH town holds vigil for police chief killed days before retirement: -RJJ

HuffPostWorld: Mysterious disease sweeps Uganda

Reuters Top News: Slight rise in U.S. military sex assault cases

Breaking News: Update: Thousands of customers without power in Oklahoma; tornado causes damage in Norman - @NewsOK

Post World News: India arrests professor over political cartoon

Reuters: Julian Assange, @Wikileaks founder debuts his TV show on April 17th, guest kept secret

Press TV: US okays non-lethal aid to Syrian rebels

Post World News: Former UN secretary-general Annan back on front line trying to end Syria conflict

CBS News: Get ready for the nastiest election ever via @CBSNewsHotSheet

AJELive: United Nations Security Council fails to agree on #Syria observers resolution, delays vote to Saturday.

Laura Mandaro: Now, here's some real Friday the 13th trading action: Mexico's IPC plunges 2% in final minutes. $eww

Guardian news: Mortgage rates edge upwards

Reuters Top News: Scaled-back Pakistan drone strikes reflect success: U.S. official

CNN Weather Center: #Tornado on the ground NOW in Norman, OK! Take cover immediately! LIVE with @chadmyerscnn NOW on @CNN

Al Jazeera English: 'Al-Qaeda fighters forced out' of Yemen town

Al Arabiya English: #BreakingNews: Security forces heavily shell Al-Atheri market in Homs: coordination committees

CNNMoney: Stocks close out the worst week of the year. Dow loses 1.5% for the week; S&P 1.9%, and Nasdaq slides 2.2%.

Al Arabiya English: #Qaeda claims #Iraq prison breakout

MarketWatch: Dow finishes down 137 points Friday, capping worst week of the year

Reuters Top News: Witnesses named in former Senator Edwards' finance trial

Reuters Top News: Google falls as ad rates fall for second straight quarter

MWCanada: Canadian stock market failed to extend its rally and retreated today, dropped 129.36 points

BBC Breaking News: Tanker drivers' union and distribution firms reach possible deal in dispute which led to strikes threat. Details soon

Reuters Top News: Hungary government loyalist Ader set to be new president

MarketWatch: Gold ends 1.2% lower at $1,660.20 an ounce as China worries hit markets

Reuters Top News: Ocampo to withdraw from World Bank race: sources

PressTV: 18 Italian workers commit suicide

Post World News: UN Security Council deplores North Korea rocket launch, which violates 2 council resolutions

PressTV: Spain government's bond yields jump

BreakingNews: 1 person killed after grenade explodes at apartment in Paris, France - @Le_Figaro, @LePoint

MarketWatch: Google is down 3%, sliding back into the red year-to-date. The stock has fallen 2% since Jan. 1 $GOOG

Reuters: Nasdaq falls more than 1 percent

Al Arabiya English: #BreakingNews: Security Council after 24 hours will vote on sending observers to Syria: correspondent

AlArabiya_Eng: #BreakingNews: Coordination committees report 67 ceasefire violations by the Syrian security forces

Reuters Top News: Wall Street drops on euro-zone woes and banks' slide

BBCWorld: Poor rainfall forecast for #Somalia threatens recovery from last year's famine, aid agencies say

PressTV: Several rockets hit Herat Airport

Reuters: Six killed in south Yemen clashes: sources

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