Sunday, April 8, 2012

The Nightly World News Report of the 8th of April 2012

Al Arabiya English: #BreakingNews: Clashes between al-Qaeda operatives and the Yemeni army in Louder

AJELive: #NorthKorea shows off a long-range rocket it plans to launch amid international controversy (Video)

BBC News (World): HTC shares fall as profits tumble

BBCWorld: India rebel negotiations stalled

AP: Unidentified gunmen attack commercial plane in Indonesia, killing journalist on board: -CJ

PressTV: 'Inhumane#Israeli blockade must end'

Post #WorldNews: Iran nuclear talks set for this week

PressTV: Egypt-Israel gas pipeline hit 14th time

The Economist: Peru is enjoying an economic boom, but has one of Latin America's worst education systems

WSJ World News: Japan Trade Surplus Beats Forecast

The Associated Press: Peru's government appeals for help to free nine miners trapped for four days in an informal copper mine: -CJ

BreakingNews: North Korea expected to begin fueling long-range rocket soon, South Korean official says - YonhapNews

MarketWatch: China consumer price inflation rises 3.6% in March from year-ago period

Reuters Top News: New blast hits Egypt gas pipeline serving Jordan, Israel

Reuters: Dollar hits 1-month low vs yen after weak jobs data #worldnews

AJEnglish: In a special show, Al Jazeera investigates a hidden war in the remote state of Southern Kordofan in #Sudan:

Reuters: Ex-KGB man wins presidency in South Ossetia

TheEconomist: Brazil has probably never mattered more to America,but America has probably never mattered less to Brazil

BBCWorld: Soldier hurt in Afghanistan dies

Reuters: Explosion hits Nigeria's central town of Jos, hours after deadly car bomb in Kaduna, emergency agency says.

Post #WorldNews: 75 passengers rescued from Swiss cable car stuck halfway up mountain

PressTV: Bahraini forces attack mourners

Reuters: Anonymous says hacks Tunisia prime minister's emails

wsj #worldnews: Russian Opposition Activists Rally

TheEconomist: Under Miguel de la Madrid's six years in office, Mexico's political and economic foundations were rocking

Reuters: Nikkei set to fall sharply after poor U.S. jobs data

Reuters: The national average of a gallon of gasoline rose to $3.9 on April 6 according to a national survey

PostWorldNews: Iraqi military official says members of terrorist group arrested in Baghdad

AJELive: Woman in front of #Syria Parliament holds banner that reads: "Stop the Killing". Bystanders seen clapping in admiration

Sky News Newsdesk: 60-year-old man has died while trying to rescue his son from the sea in Cornwall

AJEnglish: Saudi Arabia puts al-Qaeda suspects on trial

PressTV: '26 militants killed in#Afghanistan'

PressTV: Palestinian wins appeal against UK govt.

PressTV: 'N. Korea preparing for third nuclear test'

Al Arabiya English: Egypt's electoral commission says the number of presidential candidates is 23:

Reuters: Mali junta sees civilian government "in days"

Post World News: Explosive device kills Kosovo man in volatile area of Serb-run north

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