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Top World News Now                 

September 19, 2014

 

 

United States

Obama declines to give Ukraine 'lethal aid' despite Poroshenko's plea

Obama pledges diplomatic resolution of Ukraine crisis

Senate votes to approve Obama’s plan to fight Islamist militants

Hagel Says US Seeks Three-Front War on Islamic State

Immigration Agent Union: Obama ‘Widened Loopholes’ for Terrorists to Enter USA

Pennsylvania trooper mourned; town on edge as killer is sought

Spying and storing: Assange says 'Google works like NSA'

Two small Russian banks taken off Canada sanctions list

Mystery Surrounds Unexplained Cellphone Tower in NC

#Declassify: Campaign to Reveal the 28 Censored Pages of the 9/11 Commission Report

Home Depot Says Data Hack Affected 56 Million Payment Cards

 

Russia

Putin Slams Sanctions as Breach of WTO Rules

Sanctions extend influence of hardmen in Putin’s Kremlin

President Vladimir Putin likely to attend G20 leaders summit in Brisbane

Putin's 'girlfriend' Alina Kabayeva to head pro-Kremlin media group

Poroshenko says Ukraine's fight with Russia is America's war, too

Poroshenko hopes for further Minsk dialogue to settle conflict in Ukraine

Allies of Yanukovych trying for parliament

Vostok-2014 Strategic Military Drill Begins in Eastern Russia

Russians support return of death penalty to fight extremism and crime

Russia to provide food aid to Ebola-stricken countries

Kharkiv prepares for possible Russian invasion despite ceasefire

BBC Journalists Attacked Investigating Servicemen Deaths in Russia

 

China

Xi Jinping signs landmark deals on India visit

Dalai Lama hails Xi Jinping as ‘more open-minded’ amid India talks

Beijing wary of Scottish vote's impact on Taiwan, Tibet, even Hong Kong

China set to win Asia gold pricing race with new exchange

China refutes US hacking charges

Order to 'realign' outspoken liberal magazine will end its independence

CCTV struggling to strike balance between old values, commercial pursuits

Over 14,000 Chinese Muslims set off on Mecca pilgrimage

Xi visits Modi's home state, extends birthday wishes

Stop eating noodles and don't litter: Xi Jinping urges China's tourists abroad to clean up their act

China refuses to explain whereabouts of envoy to Iceland

 

 

United Kingdom

Scotland Vote: Live Results

'UK safe' No campaign near victory as David Cameron prepares live address

Scottish Independence vote: Yes or No, David Cameron has given 'fantastic model' for separatists, say Catalans

Scottish independence: Scotland votes No

Scotland on course remain part of the UK

Scotland: David Cameron hopes to calm mood with early TV address after result

Farage Urges West to 'Grow Up' and Work with Putin to Defeat ISIS

The Real Reason Britain is Freaking Out About Scottish Independence

Divided, Scots prepare to vote on fate of the United Kingdom

Spanish PM Rajoy: Independent Scotland ‘could take years’ to join EU

 

 

European Union

European Parliament Calls For Excluding Russia From SWIFT System

Buried Nazi gas chambers discovered by archaeologists in Poland

NATO stages Black Sea naval drills

Finland charges 4 with funding Somali militants

King Carl XVI Gustaf 'unhurt' after crash

Greece at bottom of social justice scale among EU28

EU Postpones Decision on Granting Russia Gas-Pipeline Access

Russia, West delay key element of EU-Ukraine trade deal

700 feared dead in 2 Mediterranean boat wrecks  

Poland's deflation deepens to record

Protest Buffets EU Elites as Sweden Votes Anti-Immigrant

 

Germany

Merkel Wins German Labor Backing on EU-U.S. Trade Talks

Germany ponders ground-breaking law to combat work-related stress

Emir assures Merkel: Qatar has never supported 'IS' militants

Germans increasingly carrying out IS suicide attacks

Investors agree to pay to lend money to Germany in auction of two-year government debt

Chancellor Merkel wins S Korea peace prize

Germany and France consider sending drones to Ukraine

Merkel Urges Putin to Withdraw Troops From Ukraine

Former Auschwitz guard charged with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder

World Jewish Congress warns of anti-Semitism

 

France

President Hollande says Iraq airstrikes to begin ‘soon’

Hollande faults Europe for Scottish independence drive

Hollande Heads For Showdown Over Job Deregulation Drive

French mayor appeals to Hollande after car-burning leaves town 'looking like Beirut'

5 suspects detained in France over female jihadist recruitment

Isis: leaders gather in Paris as UK edges towards military action

Hollande: The threat is global and the response must be global. There is no time to lose.

Obama 'irritated' by French hostage ransoms

From bad to worse for French President Francois Hollande

Hollande confronts mounting sense of crisis in France

 

 

War For Global Energy Supremacy-World War III

New ISIS Video Features British Hostage, John Cantlie, as Spokesman

Gen. Dempsey: Islamic State dispersing into urban areas in Iraq

US accuses Syria of chlorine gas attacks

US Faces Tough Struggle on Ground to Oust ISIS

U.S. officials parse term 'ground troops' when describing Iraq mission

Series of attacks kills at least 36 in Iraq

ISIS Seizes 21 Syrian Kurdish Villages

Hezbollah, warily, lines up with 'Great Satan' to fight against IS

Iraqi Kurdistan oil heads to Asia, in talks with China

Algeria on a 'State of Alert' Along Libya Border

Roadside Bombs Kills 5 UN Peacekeepers in Mali

Libya's elected parliament rejects PM's new cabinet as oil sector takes hit

 

 

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NASA finds ‘monster’ black hole in tiny galaxy

Scientists say artificial sweeteners linked to obesity epidemic

Steve Jobs Didn’t Let His Kids Use Ipads

America At A Crossroads: ISIS, The Arms Industry, And A Peace Economy

Landing Site Selected for Historic Comet Mission

Global Un-Warming? Antarctic Sea-Ice Reaches Record High Levels

Schizophrenia is actually eight disorders, not one disease

Mice given human brain gene learned tasks faster

Obama Can’t Destroy the Islamic State Without Iran’s Help

From hunter to hunted: The rise and fall of famed treasure sleuth Tommy Thompson

What We’re Afraid to Say About Ebola

 

Israel

Netanyahu: Israel not to tolerate 'drizzle' of rockets

Senior MI officer: Israel would share intel on ISIS, if asked

Thousands of Gazans fleeing to Europe via tunnels, traffickers and boats

High Court upholds residential screening law, enabling Jewish villages to keep Arabs out

Israeli air force chief: We may have to send planes to Iran tomorrow

Temporary Agreement Is Intended to Allow Gaza to Import Materials for Rebuilding

New reality for Israelis on Golan Heights: Islamists now control the other side

Israeli budget fight raises questions about defence spending

With Temple Mount as flashpoint, violence on the rise in Jerusalem

Netanyahu: Iran behind cyber attacks on Israel

 

 

Turkey

Hostage crisis limits Turkey’s ISIL action

Fight against IS helps PKK gain global legitimacy

Turkey Mulls 'Buffer Zone' Against ISIS

President Erdoğan talks bilateral ties with Qatari emir

PM Davutoğlu signals softening tone to avoid polarization

Turkey safeguards key sites, feeling threatened in region

Minister denies buying smuggled oil from ISIL, slams Western reports

Turkish villages smuggle IS oil through makeshift pipelines

Erdogan Happy to Meet John Kerry but Turkey Will Not Attack ISIS

Erdogan signs law to have users’ browsing history stored for 2 years

 

 

Egypt

Leading Bahrain activist released from jail

Saudi Arabia's top clerics speak out against militancy

Saudi Arabia promises $500 million for Gaza rebuilding

Egyptian police use dating sites to hunt down gay people

Gunmen fire bullets, set off bomb at college in north Nigerian city of Kano

Egypt activist Alaa Abdul Fattah to be freed on bail

Dozens of Christians 'including women and children' are arrested in Saudi Arabia after tip-off to state's Islamist police force

Egypt Arrests 157 Migrants Headed to Italy

Analyzing the emergence of the GCC+4 against ISIS

Qatar expels Egypt Muslim Brotherhood leaders

 

 

Iran

FM Zarif: US 'obsessed' with sanctions against Tehran

With a Deadline Looming, Iran's Nuclear Talks Reopen in New York

Supreme Leader: Iran rejected US offer to cooperate against IS

Iran nuclear bomb probe will not be 'endless': IAEA

Iran Blames US for Violating States’ Sovereignty Under Pretext of Fighting IS

Iran's Participation in Meeting to Aid Iraq Is 'Not Appropriate,' Says Kerry

Iran Sees ISIS as ‘Made-in-America’ Problem

Iran Foreign Ministry casts doubt on US coalition against IS

Drought triggers protests in Iran

France Says No Decision on Iranian Presence at Paris Iraq Meeting

 

Venezuela

FARC Rebel Ambush Kills 7 Police in Colombia

Venezuela arrests 64 for anti-Maduro protests

In Venezuela First They Came For The Toilet Paper; Then They Came For The News Paper

Colombia Begins “Peace Week” with Aim of Reconciliation

Venezuelan Socialist Party swaps God for Chavez in new prayer

150 Inmates Die in Venezuelan Jails in First 6 Months of 2014

Hired Guns Slay Union Leader in Colombia’s Oil Industry

Ecuador heralds digital currency plans

Colombian drug hit man who killed 300 freed after deal

Maduro Sees Approval Boost

 

 

Brazil

Uruguayan President On Gitmo: U.S. 'Made A Business Out Of That Prison'  

Argentina passes new debt bill with eye on next payment

Second Explosive Device Detonates in Chilean Supermarket

Amazon Warriors Fight Off Loggers

Peru anti-logging activist murdered

Argentina to get $1bn in currency swap with China before end of 2014

Bomb blast in Chile wounds 10; government blames "terrorists"

Leading Brazilian Political Parties Tainted by Corruption Scandal

Argentina passes law to reclaim default debt from New York

 

 

Mexico

Hurricane Odile strands tourists and sparks looting in Mexico

President Nieto Slams Texas Governor Over Border Crackdown

Work on Nicaraguan Canal to Begin in December with Pacific Port

2,000 people evacuated as Hurricane Norbert hits Mexico

Fueling drug gangs' impunity, unidentified corpses pile up in Mexico

'Meteorite' smashes into Nicaraguan capital

Mexico authorities stage midnight raid on migrants heading north on freight train 'The Beast'

Mexico’s Pemex Forecasts 6.7% Drop in Crude Production in 2014

20 Miners Rescued in Nicaragua

 

Cuba

Russia urges release of Cuban 5 from US jails

Maryland Company Wins US Contract to Build Haiti Prison

Ban Ki-moon Welcomes Cuba Sending 165 Medical Personnel to Ebola-Hit African Nations

Cuba Calculates U.S. Embargo’s Impact at $1.1 Trillion

Mexico Foreign Secretary Visits Cuba

Fidel Castro Rails at Western “Imperialism”

FBI: Cuban Intelligence Aggressively Recruiting Leftist American Academics as Spies, Influence Agents

Cuba Cracks Down on Goods in Flyers' Luggage

EU, Cuba Make “Substantial Progress” Toward Accord

 

United Nations

Eight members of Ebola prevention team killed in Guinea

Death toll in Ebola epidemic reaches 2,622

Ban Ki-moon announces mission to combat Ebola

3-Day Quarantine Imposed in Sierra Leone to Slow Down Ebola

WHO warns Ebola patients buying survivors' blood from black market

IMF proposes $127 mln for three Ebola-hit countries in W.Africa

Liberia President Fires 10 Officials for Not Returning to Country for Ebola Fight

UN Peacekeeping Mission in Central African Republic Stands at 6,500 Troops

 

Japan

Abe pressures Sri Lanka to weaken ties with China

Japan Wants North Korea Abductions Report Soon

Japan to announce more sanctions against Russia on Friday

6.7 magnitude earthquake hits Guam

Japanese women who have escaped from North Korea find little sympathy at home

Japan to create dedicated Senkaku coast guard unit

Okinawa independence movement seeks inspiration from Scotland

Demographic crisis empties out Japan's rural areas

Japan may receive offensive military weapons from US amid rising tensions with China, N. Korea

PM Abe in first Japanese state visit to Sri Lanka in 24 years

 

India

Narendra Modi to Xi Jinping: India, China need to resolve border issue soon

Al Qaeda group in India on first mission attacks wrong ship

Man-eating leopard attacks drunks heading home at night

200000 people still stranded in killer Kashmir floods

Pakistan

PM Sharif threatens to clear protesters camped in capital

Afghan Election Crisis Continues, Government Seeks US Bailout

Afghan Rivals Said Close to Ending Feud on How to Share Power

Pakistan and Germany move towards strategic dialogue

 

Australia

Australia raids foil reported ISIS beheading plots

Abbott: Anti-terror raids launched after Islamic State ordered 'demonstration killings' in Australia

With China Coal Ban, Has Australia's Luck Run Out?

Thousands flee as Philippine volcano spews lava

Australia promises $6.4 million to fight Ebola

Climate Summit: European Union surprised Tony Abbott will not attend high level climate talks

Snowden: New Zealand’s Prime Minister Isn’t Telling the Truth About Mass Surveillance

Australia to deploy military force to UAE to prepare for international action against militants in Iraq

Kalmaegi typhoon hits Philippines with 160 kph gusts

NSW Police in riot gear have removed children at 'gunpoint'

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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