Media Roundup: 04 Nov 2011
Online industrial spying presents a growing threat to the U.S. economy and national security, American intelligence agencies warned Thursday in a report to Congress that publicly accused China and Russia of responsibility for cyber-espionage.
Obama makes no commitment to bailout fund, maintaining Europe should solve the problem. The reduced role reflects not only the weak U.S. economy, but, to some analysts, diminished U.S. authority.
The 7-billionth human being was born last week as the UN issued dire warnings of an exploding global population. But birth rates are actually in free fall worldwide.
- Syrian Forces Kill 20, Say Reports
By: Abigail Fielding-Smith | Financial Times
- Iran Warns U.S. Over 'Collision Course'
By: Nick Hopkins, Julian Borger and Ian Black | The Guardian
- Israel Faces Questions About News Reports of Eyeing Iran Strike
By: ISABEL KERSHNER and DAVID E. SANGER | The New York Times
- For Kenya, the Threat of a Quagmire in Somalia
By: Brian Dabbs | World Politics Review
- Somali Residents Living in Fear of Kenya Attacks
- Egypt VP Meets Opposition, Offers New Concessions
By: MAGGIE MICHAEL | The Associated Press
- Cuba Legalizes Private Real Estate Transactions
By: Anya Landau French | The Christian Science Monitor
- Nicaraguan Leader Elicits Disgust and Support, Often From the Same People
By: JAVIER C. HERNÁNDEZ | The New York Times
- "Occupy" Movement Rolls to Rio
By: Fabíola Ortiz | Inter Press Service
- Tibetan Nun Dies After Setting Self on Fire in Latest Protest Death
By: Tom Lasseter | McClatchy Newspapers
- 'New setback' for Palestinian Hopes on UN Membership
By: Barbara Plett | BBC
- On Road to Reconciliation, Libya Meets Trail of Anguish
By: ADAM NOSSITER | The New York Times
- Obama's Sarkozy Remark Offends French
By: Dave Boyer | The Washington Times
- U.S. Backs Away From Sanctions on Iran Central Bank
By: Paul Richter | Los Angeles Times