Wikinews Shorts: January 26, 2012
A compilation of brief news reports for Thursday, January 26, 2012.
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US marine may serve no jail time for 2005 Haditha deaths 
United States Marine Corp staff sergeant , on trial for the manslaughter of 24 innocent Iraqi citizens in 2005, has pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of "negligent dereliction of duty"; the result of a , this may see Wuterich may serve no jail time.
Wuterich is one of eight marines initially charged with the.
- "US marine spared jail over deaths of unarmed Iraqis" — , January 25, 2012
- "US marine in Haditha case 'should serve no time'" — , January 24, 2012
Turkish Prime Minister claims that French bill is: discriminatory, racist and unjust 
Having cleared the National Assembly in December, the bill only needs President's consent to become law.
- Joe Parkinson and Nadya Masidlover. "Turkey Slams France on Genocide Bill" — , January 25, 2012
- "France-Turkey Armenia 'genocide' row reflected in media" — , January 24, 2012
Many feared dead in Papua New Guinea landslide 
A landslide that struck early Tuesday morning, has engulfed a cluster of hamlets in a remote area of Papua New Guinea (PNG). Initial reports stated at least 60 people died in the disaster; however, with only four bodies recovered the authorities have now become more cautious in their estimates.
Whilst anticipating more deaths, Martin Mose of the PNG's National Disaster Center said "I am unwilling to put a number on that until I get confirmation from my team."
- "Massive PNG landslide wipes out sleeping village" — , January 26, 2012
- "Landslide Hits Papua New Guinea, 4 Dead" — , January 25, 2012