Tuesday, July 31, 2012

July 31st 2012


Title: Congress To Obama: Show Us Your 'License To Kill'
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Title: WATCH: Journalist Suspended By Twitter Fires Back
Summary of Article :The Independent's Guy Adams had his Twitter account suspended on Sunday after the Los Angeles-based correspondent tweeted the email address of the president ofNBC's Olympics coverage. His account was restored Tuesday afternoon.

Title: Fencing Gold Tarnished By Controversy?
Summary of Article :LONDON -- Fencer Yana Shemyakina of Ukraine beat defending champion Britta Heidemann of Germany 9-8 to win the Olympic gold medal in women's individual epee Monday.


Title: 'Thousands trapped' in Syria city
Summary of Article :Concern grows over conditions in the Syrian city of Aleppo as the army offensive continues, with a UN official warning that thousands of people are trapped."

Title: Half of India left without power
Summary of Article :Hundreds of millions are left without electricity in northern and eastern India, after a massive power cut that also cripples much of the transport system.

Title: Romney wraps up tour on sour note
Summary of Article :US presidential candidate Mitt Romney ends his overseas tour in Poland, as frustrations between his campaign and journalists boil over.

Title: Theft charge for Russian blogger
Summary of Article :Russian anti-corruption campaigner Alexei Navalny is charged with embezzlement in a case he describes as "strange and absurd".


Title: India blackouts leave 700 million without power
Summary of Article :Power cuts plunge 20 of India's 28 states into darkness as energy suppliers fail to meet growing demand

Title: Romney campaign attacks media
Summary of Article :Live Mitt Romney and his staff lash out at US media coverage of his inept, error-strewn overseas trip – live coverage here

Title: Assad forces continue onslaught
Summary of Article :Battle for Syria's second city intensifies as Assad regime claims it has stamped out rebel assault in Damascus

Title: Abu Qatada bid for release fails
Summary of Article :Judges reject attempt to end what cleric's lawyers claimed was longest administrative detention in modern English history


Title: Mass blackout strikes India for second day
Summary of Article : Northern and eastern grids reported to have failed, leaving millions without electricity for second consecutive day

Title: Syrian forces intensify air assault on Aleppo
Summary of Article : Helicopters and artillery hammer key rebel-held areas as government forces continue full-scale assault on northern city

Title: Rebels claim victory in Syria's al-Bab town
Summary of Article : Opposition claims to have pushed regime forces from what they say was military's last urban base outside Aleppo city

Title: Arafat's widow asks France to probe 'murder'
Summary of Article : Suha Arafat asks French court to launch murder investigation into the death of the Palestinian leader over poison claim

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