Thursday, April 5, 2012

The Nightly World News Report of the 5th of April 2012

HuffPostWorld: Reports: Drug-resistant malaria spreads along Thai-Myanmar border

PressTV: NATO tanker fire kills 7 in#Afghanistan

AlArabiya_Eng: #BreakingNews: Tuareg rebels declare the independence of Azawad, north of Mali: AFP

nytimes #world: World Briefing | Africa: Malawi: President Suffers Heart Attack

Al Jazeera English: Video: Siberian village struggles with nuclear past

Post World News: ‘Kony 2012’ releases new video: ‘ Your voice changes everything’

Guardian news: US court jails Mexican drug gangster blamed for 1,500 hits

WSJ World News: New Leak at Japan Reactor Threatens Ocean

BBC News (World): Peru rebels 'over in key region'

BBC News (World): Samsung expects profits to double

wsj #worldnews: Zimbabwe Official Claims Control of Mines

MarketWatch: Japan stocks open lower, with metals, retailers among soft spots; Nikkei Average down 0.6%

WSJ World News: Ex-Taliban Police Commander Killed

AJEnglish: Russian arms dealer gets 25 years in prison

PressTV: Saudis hold anti-regime demos in Qatif

Al Jazeera English: In Features: Profile: Viktor Bout

Post #WorldNews: Report: Iran stops selling oil to 2 Greek companies over lack of payment

Reuters: U.S. not backing off as Iran sanctions bite

wsj #worldnews: Italian Opposition Leader Resigns

Reuters: Federal judge approves $25 billion mortgage pact

Reuters Top News: Ugandan opposition activists defiant in face of ban

WSJ: Microsoft's Windows Phone has a 3.9% share of U.S. smartphones, compared w 50% for Androids and 30.2% for iPhones

nytimes #worldnews: Death of Rape Victim in Morocco Sparks Calls for Legal Reform

Post #WorldNews: Yemen's interior ministry: 100 al-Qaida militants killed in 2 days of fighting in south

Post #WorldNews: Strong storm batters Argentina's capital, killing at least 13 and injuring more than 20

HuffPostWorld: Chile's senate blocks bills lifting #abortion ban

AlArabiya_Eng: Seif al-Islam Qaddafi 'attacked' in #Libya detention: ICC lawyer

MarketWatch: U.S. stocks end mostly lower, with Dow, S&P off 1% in shortened week

Post #WorldNews: Exxon Mobil dispute deepens Arab-Kurd split in Iraq.

AlArabiya_Eng: Two Tunisian men sentenced to seven years in prison for blasphemy

The Associated Press: Newt Gingrich's think tank files for bankruptcy; had raised millions to support his health care ideas: -EF

Telegraph World News: Islamist commander cuts off vandal's hand in Timbuktu

BreakingNews: Live video: President Obama signs the Jumpstart our Business Startups Act at the White House - msnbc

MarketWatch: Facebook to go with IPO on the Nasdaq: report

PressTV: Six Maoist rebels slain in east#India

MarketWatch: Gold ends 1% higher at $1,630.10 an ounce

Al Jazeera English: Video: Russian villagers live in nuclear danger zone

PressTV: Fires shut down French Nuke reactor

Telegraph World News: Barack Obama accused of bullying' US Supreme Court over controversial healthcare reforms

Sky News Newsdesk: Reuters: Turkish official says 2,350 Syrians have fled across border into Turkey in past 24 hours

Post World News: Bailed-out Portugal’s recovery program is on track but big risks remain, IMF says

BBC News (World): Gaddafi son 'attacked in custody'

Al Arabiya English: UPDATE: At least 38 killed across #Syria as fierce clashes rage on in rebel towns

BBCWorld: Brotherhood candidate registers

Breaking News: Algeria says their consul in northern Mali, 6 others from consulate taken by unknown gunmen - @AP

PressTV: Afghan militants torch 6 NATO tankers

PressTV: Pakistani volunteers carry the dead body of a policeman to a hospital following an attack by gunmen in Karachi

Guardian news: YouTube signs deal with Paramount Pictures

Reuters Top News: Mississippi bill may force state's only abortion clinic to close

Wall Street Journal: As AT&T braces for a possible strike of 40,000+ union workers, managers learn how to climb phone poles, decode acronyms

WSJ World News: Borrowing Costs Soar for Spain

Reuters Top News:  Over 30 reported dead in Syria despite truce talk

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