Sunday, April 29, 2012

The Nightly World News Report of the 29th of April 2012

BBC Breaking News: Bahrain appeal court orders retrial in civil court for hunger-striker Abdulhadi al-Khawaja

AFP: China shuts #CocaCola plant over chlorine contamination #China #food

Press TV: Bahraini activist ‘drugged, force-fed’

PressTV: #Iran repels cyber attack on Science Min.

AlArabiya_Eng: #BreakingNews: Scores killed and injured in two terrorist bombings in Idlib: Syrian TV

Al Arabiya English: Update: Two bombs detonate in Idlib as top U.N. truce monitor takes over in Syria

Press TV: Mexico police nab 200 student protesters

BBCBreaking: Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb offers to free British hostage if UK sends Abu Qatada to an Arab country

Breaking News: Myanmar oath dispute resolved; Aung San Suu Kyi to attend parliament - @ap

AJEnglish: UN chief meets Myanmar president

PressTV: China launches two navigation satellites

Press TV: Terrorists attack Syrian bank, police

Reuters Top News: Israel court puts 60-day hold on settlement razings

The Economist: The shock fall of the Dutch government sends reverberations across Europe

The Associated Press: South Alabama campus lockdown lifted after armed robbery; suspect arrested: - VW

Reuters Top News: No end in sight to global jobs crisis, ILO says

HuffPostWorld: Massive North Korean parade visible from space

AJELive: Deadly attacks in two #Nigerian cities, 21 dead

Press TV: ‘Palestinian mass strike case to go to UN’

Post World News: Russian opposition activist detained while trying to pray against Vladimir Putin

Agence France-Presse: National Australia Bank to restructure struggling British business, slashing more than 1,400 jobs by 2015 #Britain #AFP

Reuters Top News: U.N. chief visits "new" Myanmar to push more reforms

CBS News: Once-captive British Red Cross worker murdered in Pakistan because "ransom not paid" -

Al Jazeera English: Thousands protest austerity cuts in Spain

CNN International: Activist held Vietnam on terror charge

MarketWatch: Hong Kong stocks rally at open, as earnings boost shares; Hang Seng Index up 1%

Post World News: Thai court set to give verdict on webmaster accused of allowing anti-royal comments on site

Post World News: Brief firefight at Thai border wounds Cambodian soldier; Thailand says loggers to blame

Reuters Top News: Militants fire on Syrian Central Bank: state TV

Reuters Top News: Mexico regulators to vote on $1 billion fine vs tycoon Carlos Slim

BreakingNews: Grenades fired at Syrian Central Bank in Damascus, state TV reports - reuters

CBSNews: Type 2 diabetes epidemic among U.S. kids worsens (via CBSEveningNews) -

The Associated Press: University of South Alabama issues alert after armed person reported on campus; no shots fired: -RJJ

The Associated Press: Deep in jungle, US special forces team up with African troops in hunt for most-wanted warlord Joseph Kony: -RJJ

Al Jazeera English: Colombia security forces killed in FARC raid

Reuters Top News: Bahrain hunger striker force-fed, drugged: wife

Press TV: US drone crashes in central#Afghanistan

AlArabiya_Eng: Former Libyan oil minister's body was found in Danube: Austrian police #worldnews

Al Arabiya English: #BreakingNews: Death toll in Syria today rises to 23: Revolution Council

The Associated Press: More on Bronx crash: Seven people dead, including 3 children, after van plunges off a New York City roadway: -EF

Post World News: Official: Grenade attack wounds 5 in Somalia’s capital, 2 seriously hurt

PressTV: Major German union begins strike

AJEnglish: As #Putin begins his third term as #Russian president, Empire examines Putin's #Russia |

Post World News: Philippine troops, communist rebels clash in 2 provinces; 10 killed

Al Arabiya English: West African force to start deploying in #Bissau Sunday: security source

AlArabiya_Eng: #BreakingNews: Egypt cabinet reshuffle expected within hours: reports

AP: AP VIDEO: Today in history - 20 years ago: Los Angeles riots after Rodney King beating, 55 killed: -EF View video

BBC News (World): Nine-year drought in large parts of #Australia is officially over

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