Today 19 June
Brisbane TimesSyrian regime launches multiple offensives against rebels in northAl-BawabaA Syrian rebel fighter points his rifle through a hole in sandbags as he holds a position in a trench, 100m away from the regime-controlled military base of Wadi Deif in Idlib province. AFP photo. Rebel bases near a military air base in Aleppo and other rebel ...West debates arm shipment risk to Syrian rebelsDeutsche WelleG8 Leaders Urge Syrian Government, Opposition to Engage "Seriously" at ...Bahrain News AgencyG8 paves way for Syria peace talksBelfast NewsletterBBC News -DAWN.com -New Yorker (blog)all 1,932 news articles »
Philly.comObama alludes to Bernanke departurePhilly.comFederal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke waves goodbye after speaking during a banking conference in Chicago, Friday, May 10, 2013. The Federal Reserve has broadened its oversight beyond banks and now monitors a wide-range of financial institutions ...REFILE-FOREX-Dollar steady against major rivals as Fed policy signals awaitedReutersFederal Reserve meeting dominates the markets - eurozone crisis liveThe GuardianInvestors look for answers on economy from FedSumter Itemall 1,477 news articles »
The HinduProtesters hack World Cup Brazil 2014 websiteHindustan TimesProtesters have hacked the official website for the Brazil Football World Cup 2014 and replaced the site with a video of a violent police response to a peaceful protest. According to News.com.au, the FIFA website was replaced with an embedded YouTube ...Protesters out again in BrazilSky News AustraliaBrazil protesters march against 'corrupt' governmentTelegraph.co.uk'We're here to demand a better Brazil'Independent OnlineBBC News -The Guardian Nigeria -Irish Timesall 732 news articles »
ABC OnlineIs Erdogan afraid of the 'Arab Spring' bug?Al-BawabaYesterday was a momentous day in Turkey. The repression of unarmed, peaceful protesters was unparalleled for a country not at war. Perhaps the explanation for Erdogan's ham-fisted approach lies in his fear of catching the “Arab Spring” bug. Istanbul ...Turkey's 'standing man' to join ranks of history's iconic symbols of human drama?Calgary HeraldTurkey PM claims victory after protest crackdownThe Express TribuneTurkey - Factors to Watch on June 19Reuterswww.worldbulletin.net -The Independent -ABC Onlineall 172 news articles »
3News NZKiwi priest has fond memories of Mandela3News NZA Kiwi priest who moved to South Africa and joined the struggle against apartheid says when it's time for Nelson Mandela to go, people must let him do so with dignity. Mr Mandela has spoken highly of Father Michael Lapsley and his commitment to helping ...Machel thanks well-wishersiAfrica.comWe still need you, Madiba, say the elderlyTimes LIVEDiary of a mad journalistAljazeera.com (blog)News24 -BDlive -New Straits Timesall 65 news articles »
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