segunda-feira, 18 de janeiro de 2016

GLOBE NEWS ·REUTERS NEWS-Elites descend on Davos to debate rising inequality

GLOBE NEWS ·ABS-CBN PHILIPPINES NEWS-Tatad asks SC to take action vs Poe ad

GLOBE NEWS · JAKARTA POST NEWS-North coast islet development flaunts bylaw

GLOBE NEWS · VIETNAM NEWS-Work starts on key Mekong road

GLOBE NEWS ·JAPAN TODAY NEWS-No. of suicides in Japan drops below 25,000 for first time in 18 years

GLOBE NEWS ·MEXICO DAILY NEWS-U.S. issues travel alert over Zika virus in Mexico

GLOBE NEWS · AUSTRALIAN NEWS-PUSHING THEORIES: City terrified over serial killer on loose LOCALS are convinced a serial killer is pushing people to their watery graves in this city’s canals. The truth is about to come out.

GLOBE NEWS ·AL JAZEERA-Southern Africa's drought leaves millions hungry

GLOBE NEWS ·NATIONAL POST-I didn’t want to live in fear after someone broke into my house — so I learned to shoot

GLOBE NEWS ·CBS NEWS-Clinton, Sanders dominate, but O'Malley also strong

GLOBE NEWS ·ESPAÑA NEWS-EL PAÍS -Podemos pide al PSOE que ceda diputados a cambio de un pacto


Elites descend on Davos to debate rising inequality

DAVOS, Switzerland - Politicians and business leaders gathering in the Swiss Alps this week face an increasingly divided world, with the poor falling further behind the super-rich.

U.S. sailors captured by Iran were held at gunpoint: U.S. military 1:50pm EST

WASHINGTON The 10 U.S. sailors who were briefly detained by the Iranian military last week were held at gunpoint and had a verbal exchange with Iranian personnel before they were released, the U.S. military said Monday.
A Saudi border guard patrols near Saudi Arabia's border with Yemen, along a beach on the Red Sea, near Jizan April 8, 2015. REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser

Saudis bristle at Iran's sanctions relief

RIYADH - Saudi officials fear the end of sanctions on Iran subversive activities in the Middle East while enriching a diverse economy that the oil-dependent kingdom views as a major competitor for regional influence.  Full Article | Video 
A lone spectator drinks water as she watches the first round match between Sloane Stephens of the U.S. and China's Wang Qiang at the Australian Open tennis tournament at Melbourne Park, Australia, January 18, 2016. REUTERS/Issei Kato

Fault! Match-fixing racket takes center court

MELBOURNE - World tennis was rocked by allegations that the game's authorities have failed to deal with widespread match-fixing, just as the Australian Open, the first grand slam tournament of the year, kicked off in Melbourne.  Full Article 
A soldier stands guard in front of Splendid Hotel in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, January 17, 2016. REUTERS/Joe Penney

Burkina Faso's long night of horror

OUAGADOUGOU - When Burkina Faso anti-terrorism Commander Evrard Somda arrived with 20 men to start a fight-back against Islamist militants holed up in a hotel, his first decision was to seal off the area and throw away the rule book.  Full Article | Slideshow 
The top of a water tower is seen at the Flint Water Plant in Flint, Michigan in this file photo from January 13, 2016.  President Barack Obama declared a state of emergency in Michigan January 16, 2016 and ordered federal aid to be used to help state and local response efforts to an area affected by contaminated water.    REUTERS/Rebecca Cook/Files

Flint 'betrayed' by water crisis: Jesse Jackson

Michigan is a "disaster zone" and could be the next epicenter in the fight for economic and social equality as the city struggles through a crisis with lead-contaminated drinking water, said Reverend Jesse Jackson.  Full Article 
The flow of migrants has kept up despite frigid winter cold on the Serbia-Macedonia border. Slideshow | Europe's 'last chance' 

ReportAsia's new self-made women in politics

Tsai In-wen's landslide residential victory in Taiwan hails more than the Chinese speaking world's first female leader. As Tara Joseph reports, it also marks a new style of successful politician in Asia.

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