Sunday, April 22, 2012

The Nightly World News Report of the 22nd of April 2012

PressTV: Fifth of Britons below poverty line

PostWorldNews: Police in Bangladesh clash with protesters enforcing strike over politician's disappearance

AJEnglish: Video: Battered Syrian town still defiant against Assad

BBCWorld: AUDIO: Journalist deported from Bahrain

MarketWatch: Hong Kong stocks weaker ahead of manufacturing data; Hang Seng Index down 0.3%

Al Arabiya English: #Qatar sovereign fund exceeds $100 billion: top official

BBC News (World): Colombia seizes 'rebel cocaine'

Press TV: Opiates kill#US soldiers in#Afghanistan

Al Jazeera English: Reports of Sudan's new attacks in South Sudan

MarketWatch: Japanese stocks open higher, as most exporters advance; Nikkei Average up 0.4%

AJEnglish: On the Blog: Political disappearances plague Bangladesh

The Associated Press: 2 brothers accused of beating black teen while patrolling Orthodox Jewish neighborhood face trial in Md.: -EF

SkyNewsBreak: Francois Hollande 27.9%, Sarkozy 26.7%, Marine Le Pen 19.3% with 75% of votes counted in French election

AP: Iowa newspaper devotes entire front page to anti-bullying editorial after gay teen's suicide: -EF

CBS News: Photo gallery: Mexico's Popocatepetl volcano erupts

PostWorldNews: Pakistani militant Hafiz Mohammad Saeed seeks protection from bounty hunters

Post World News: Egypt company terminates Israel natural gas supply deal, Israel objects strongly

PressTV: Egypt terminates gas deal with#Israel

guardiannews: Aung San Suu Kyi party to boycott Burma parliament opening

MarketWatch: Syrian forces attack in 2 cities

Reuters: Sudan says repulses rebel attack in border state

CBS News confirms a 12th secret service agent under investigation was staying at president's hotel @facethenation

Reuters: Argentina's YPF cuts computer links with Repsol. (Argentina plans to take control of the energy company)

CBS News: Socialist Hollande edges past conservative incumbent Sarkozy in 1st round French presidential vote, advance to runoff

AJELive: First official projections in round one of #France elections: Hollande 28.4% leads over Sarkozy's 25.5%

PressTV: #Iranians to demand Khawaja release

PressTV: 'Armed gangs make Syria truce fragile'

AJELive: Reports that a #British news team has been arrested in #Bahrain

HuffPostWorld: French election results: Sarkozy upset by Socialist challenger

PostWorldNews: Czech coalition collapses, but government survives for now

Reuters: Analysis: Political divisions slow Islamic finance in Egypt

Reuters Top News: News from #India: Infosys staff documents under U.S. scrutiny

Reuters Top News: U.S. Supreme Court immigration case weighs states' powers

Guardian news: Walmart investigates claims of a cover-up over $24m in Mexican bribes

Reuters Top News: Israel cabinet OKs breakup of big conglomerates

Post World News: Afghan president’s office: Afghan and US officials have finalized long-awaited strategic pact

The Economist: The euro crisis is back. More growth, new banking rules and a path to joint Eurobonds are the keys to overcoming it

Reuters Top News: Taylor verdict takes aim at Africa Big Man impunity #sierraleone -- Warning: graphic content.

Al Arabiya English: #Muslim mob destroys #Sudan #church compound: #pastor

Press TV: Twin-explosion hits plant in#Japan

BBC News (World): ‏Sri Lanka orders mosque removal

AJELive: #France’s interior ministry announces 70.59 per cent voter turnout by 5pm in first round of presidential elections |

AJELive: Footage of female protesters inside #Bahrain's Grand Prix circuit |

Al Jazeera English: UN team tours Syria amid reports of violence

Reuters Top News: Earnings, Fed to prove skeptics wrong

Post World News: Large-scale US, Jordan military exercises in May to tackle threats, terrorism

Press TV: Pakistan says Jundullah blacklisted

BBC News (World): Second man dies at Spanish resort

Al Arabiya English: At least 29 people have been killed in #Syria today: Coordination Committees

Press TV: Bahrain police attack demo in Manama

The Associated Press: Red Cross says French staffer abducted in Yemen, identity of kidnappers unclear: -CJ

guardiannews: France election: voter turnout close to record levels - video

Al Arabiya English: #BreakingNews: Three civilians killed in Homs despite U.N. presence: NGO

BBCWorld: Mugger blinds diplomat in one eye

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