Sunday, April 15, 2012

The Nightly World News Report of the 15th of April 2012

Guardian news: El Salvador marks murder-free day

Al Arabiya English: Fighting with insurgents has ended after 18 hours of fierce fighting across the capital that began Sunday: Afghan govt & police #AlArabiya

Press TV: Spaniards protest against austerity cuts

BBC News (World): Australia eases Burma sanctions

AJEnglish: East Timor votes for new president

BBC News (World): Kabul wakes up to more fighting

Telegraph World News: British Peer Lord Ahmed suspended after 'offering £10m bounty on Barack Obama and George Bush'

ReutersTaylor: Kabul police chief contradicts interior ministry, saying fighting still goes on at Afghan parliament. Says one insurgent left

Reuters: Arrested Gaddafi spy chief is sick: Mauritania

WSJ World News: Sudan, South Move Troops to Border

Breaking News: Afghan military operation to flush out remaining attackers in central Kabul has apparently ended - @ajelive

BBC News (World): Temasek to buy $2.3bn ICBC shares

CBS News: Taliban in Afghanistan strike near the city center in Kabul in 2nd day of "spring offensive" -

AJELive: Police in #Kabul, the Afghan capital, seen carrying bodies away from site of assault on Taliban attackers.

 WSJ World News: Temasek to Buy ICBC Stake From Goldman

Reuters Top News: Heavy fighting continues on Kabul streets

MarketWatch: Hong Kong stocks fall, with resources, banks among loss-leaders; Hang Seng Index down 0.7%

Al Jazeera English: Argentina storms out of Americas summit

Reuters Top News: Three girls among Oklahoma tornado dead; clean-up underway

WSJ World News: Downgrades Loom for Banks

Al Jazeera English: Guinea-Bissau junta wins deal on interim plan
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Breaking News: 250 feared trapped under debris of collapsed factory in Punjab, India - @timesofindia

Press TV: 100s of#Egyptian protesters to face trial

AJEnglish: Summit of Americas ends without consensus

PostWorldNews: Obama 'hopeful' about transition in Cuba, says he is willing to look at problem in fresh way

cnni: Three in Brazil held over cannibalism

MarketWatch: Japan stocks open sharply lower, weighed by weak U.S. lead; Nikkei Average down 1.2%

Reuters Top News: Latin America rebels against Obama over Cuba

AP: French Cabinet approves new anti-terrorism measures in wake of deadly March shooting spree: -CJ

Press TV: Anti-Taliban battle continues in Kabul

BBCWorld: Drought may last until Christmas

Reuters: Swiss woman taken by gunmen in Mali's Timbuktu

Press TV: About 1,600 Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails will go on an open-ended hunger strike on April 17 to...

AlArabiya_Eng: #BreakingNews: First UN monitors are in Damascus: UN spokesman. #Syria

Breaking News: Human Rights Watch activists allegedly arrested in Bahrain - @AJELive

The Associated Press: PHOTO BLOG: San Pedro Sula's violence mirrors Honduras' pain, has the world's highest homicide rate: GRAPHIC CONTENT:

PressTV: Bomb explosions kill 6 in south#Somalia

Breaking News: The US-Colombia free trade agreement will enter into force next month, reducing duties on American exports entering Colombia - @Reuters_Biz

AJELive: 19 people #killed, most of them in Syrian army shelling at #Homs I

Al Arabiya English: Afghan president under lockdown after Taliban blitz Kabul in ‘spring offensive’

BBCWorld: Asian glaciers 'putting on mass'

PressTV: Pakistani fugitives return to prison

PressTV: Jordan to release 19 jailed activists

The Associated Press: Islamist militants kill 2 Egyptian policemen in attack on checkpoint in Sinai: -BW

AlArabiya_Eng: #Jordan's king orders release of jailed activists
Breaking News: US official: Colombia completes labor reforms, clearing way for trade deal to be implemented - AP

Al Arabiya English: #Iraq frees last #Saddam WMD scientist: minister

Guardian news: Karakoram glaciers have grown over last decade, new research shows

AJELive: 15 police officers & 9 civilians wounded in #Afghanistan attacks

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