Monday, May 21, 2012

The Morning World News Report of the 21st of May 2012

Al Arabiya English: Dubai's Princess Tower sets record as tallest residential building

PressTV: 300 arrested in Canada student protests 

The Straits Times: Japan govt to control 76% of Tepco's voting rights after massive injection of public funds

CNN Breaking News: Four tons of marijuana pulled from ocean off California.

Telegraph World News: 1,000 protest in Burma over power cuts

RT: Russian government approved, only quarter of ministers stay

CNN International: New quake in Italy after 7 die

Press TV: China's oil imports from #Iran up 53.2 pct

The Moscow Times: 79 Arrested in Ethnically Charged Mass Street Fight

Video: #Earthquake destroys buildings in #Italy

AP: Aung San Suu Kyi to give Nobel acceptance speech in Norway 2 decades after winning peace prize: -CJ

CBC World News: Yemen suicide bombing kills scores at army parade

timesofindia: Rupee hits all-time low of 55.03 against dollar, RBI may intervene

BreakingNews: University of Notre Dame sues over Obama administration's birth control mandate - AP

AP: Supreme Court won't consider reducing $675,000 verdict against student who downloaded music: -CJ

WSJ: 368%: The jump since 2007 in student loans held by government, outpacing credit cards, auto loans.

HuffPostWorld: Syrian crisis spills across Lebanese border

AP: United Nations field worker killed by gunmen in eastern Congo: -CJ

PressTV: Egyptians on hunger strike for prisoners

CNNMoney: Facebook's stock opens below $36 per share, while broader U.S. market starts higher. Dow gains 29 points.

AP: US Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Gregory Jaczko says he will step down: -CJ 

AP: Tropical Storm Alberto expected to stay offshore; tropical depression forecast to strengthen: -CJ

Reuters: Man armed with grenades arrested at Nigeria state radio

cnnbrk: Mexican troops capture top suspect in slayings of 49.

IndyWorld: Two killed in overnight clashes in Beirut

PostWorldNews: Officials: Gunmen kill 3 policemen at checkpoint north of Baghdad

WSJbreakingnews: Eaton Corp. to buy Cooper Industries for $11.8 billion

WSJ: Breaking: Supreme Court denies benefits for children born through artificial insemination after father's death.

Reuters: Houghton Mifflin files Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Reuters: Vladimir Putin dominates new Russian government 

globeandmail: Hundreds told to evacuate homes, cottages as forest fire rages in northeastern Ontario 

PostWorldNews: Pakistani schools targeted by militants 

dawn_com: Pakistani stocks make slight gains; rupee, o/n rates down | Business | http://DAWN.COM

ZeeNews: Suicide bomber held in Nigeria: The bomber was caught at the Abuja Radio House, where the federal ministry ...

AFP: Witnesses describe scene of Yemen suicide blast that killed about 100 troops:

AlArabiya_Eng: Thousands gather for the funeral of killed Lebanese cleric

IndyWorld: Palestinian shot as Israeli troops stand by

WSJeurope: Facebook Shares Day 2: Down 13% Early: Shares in Facebook plunged on their second day on the stock market...

Al Arabiya English: #Denmark to start labeling goods made in illegal #Israeli settlements

Reuters: JPMorgan stops buybacks while reducing bad trades 

Reuters Politics: Supreme Court to hear government eavesdropping appeal

PressTV: Israeli soldiers ignore settler violence 

AJELive: #Kurdish oil deal stirs Iraqi tensions

Press TV: Fresh anti-war demos to resume in#US

MarketWatch: U.S. stocks rebound after 2012's worst week

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