TopNews-13Jan2012

  • Myanmar Frees Prominent Political Prisoners – Wall Street Journal
    Wall Street JournalMyanmar Frees Prominent Political PrisonersWall Street JournalBy PATRICK BARTA Myanmar began freeing prominent political prisoners Friday in the latest reform that the government is taking in an apparent effort to get out from under the weight of Western economic sanctions. Political detainees set free in the …Burma prisoner release begi […]
  • Obama seeks to raise US debt limit by $1.2 trillion – Telegraph.co.uk
    Telegraph.co.ukObama seeks to raise US debt limit by $1.2 trillionTelegraph.co.ukPresident Barack Obama has formally notified Congress that he plans a $1.2 trillion (£780m) increase in the US debt limit, prompting Republicans to level election-year charges that deficits are out of control. Barack Obama’s proposed increase would …Obama Starts Clock for […]
  • Video Inflames a Delicate Moment for US in Afghanistan – New York Times
    New York TimesVideo Inflames a Delicate Moment for US in AfghanistanNew York TimesKABUL, Afghanistan — A video showing four United States Marines urinating on three dead Taliban fighters provoked anger and condemnation on Thursday in Afghanistan and around the world, raising fears in Washington that the images could incite …US Marines identify Afghanistan […]
  • Official: North Korea test-fired short-range missiles – Fox News
    Fox NewsOfficial: North Korea test-fired short-range missilesFox News| AP AP Photo/KRT via APTN In this undated image made from KRT video, North Korea’s new young leader Kim Jong Un, third from right, watches jet fighters with North Korean officials at an undisclosed place in North Korea. SEOUL, South Korea – North …Kim Jong Il isn’t going anywhe […]
  • Republicans rally around Romney after hits on Bain – Boston.com
    Boston.comRepublicans rally around Romney after hits on BainBoston.comRepublican presidential candidate Mitt Romney meets supporters at Cherokee Trike and More in Greer, SC, Thursday, Jan. 12, 2012. (AP Photo/Spartanburg Herald-Journal, Michael Justus) By Thomas Beaumont and Kasie Hunt Associated Press / January 13, …Haley’s Picking Romney Shocks Tea […]
  • Missing teenager Natalee Holloway declared dead – Boston.com
    Boston.comMissing teenager Natalee Holloway declared dead. Beth Holloway is pursued by reporters following a hearing in Birmingham, Ala.,Thursday, Jan. 12, 2012. An Alabama probate judge disclosed at the hearing that he will sign an order declaring Natalee Holloway dead, more than six years after the teenager …Judge declares Alabama teen missing si […]
  • APNewsBreak: UN visit to Tehran set for Jan 28 – Boston.com
    Boston.comAPNewsBreak: UN visit to Tehran set for Jan 28Boston.comFILE – In this April 8, 2008 file photo provided by the Iranian President’s Office, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, center, visits the Natanz Uranium Enrichment Facility some 200 miles (322 kilometers) south of the capital Tehran. …A cease-and-desist policy, for nowHaaretzIran to […]
  • Chicago shivers as first major snowstorm of 2012 hits Midwest – Fox News
    Bloomberg: Chicago shivers as first major snowstorm of 2012 hits MidwestFox NewsCHICAGO – Chicago was bracing itself for up to eight inches of snow overnight as the first major snowstorm of the season brought treacherous conditions and the usual frustrations for travelers Thursday. As of 8:30pm local time about 560 flights at …When snow moves out, deep cold […]
  • Taiwan’s expats seen as key in presidential poll – CNN International
    BBC NewsTaiwan’s expats seen as key in presidential pollCNN InternationalBy Peter Shadbolt, CNN (CNN) — As many as 200000 people — most of them mainland China-based Taiwanese – are expected to return to Taiwan this weekend for an election viewed as critical to the future of an economy that has boomed thanks to warmer ties …China Deals Up for Judgmen […]
  • Judge advises court-martial for Wikileaks suspect – San Francisco Chronicle
    BBC NewsJudge advises court-martial for Wikileaks suspectSan Francisco ChroniclePatrick Semansky / AP In this photo taken Dec. 22, 2011, Army Pfc. Bradley Manning is escorted from a courthouse in Fort Meade, Md. An Army officer is recommending a general court-martial for Manning, a low-ranking intelligence analyst charged in the …Army Officer Recommends Tr […]
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