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Daily International News 01.11.09

January 11, 2010

Now that I’m back from my London jaunt, here’s the first international news bulletin of the new year!

Daily International News
January 11, 2010

Clinton to East Asia
Clinton to talk bases, security on Pacific swing
[Reuters]

North Korea
North Korea Calls for Peace Treaty Talks With U.S.
[NYT]
S. Korea skeptical of N. Korean proposal for peace treaty
[Yonhap]

Japan
Japan seeks to come clean from secret nuke deal
[China Daily]

China
China says missile defense system test successful
[AP]
China sends Rio case to prosecutors
[Reuters]
China surpasses Germany as world’s top exporter
[WaPo]
Sino-Pak talks on joint strategy to meet challenges
[Dawn]

Middle East
Panel Ties Ally of Iran Leader to Protester Deaths
[NYT]
Afghans agree Bagram jail takeover
[Al Jazeera]
Israel to build 2 fences on porous Egyptian border
[AP]
Yemenis locate German hostages – German minister
[BBC]

Southeast Asia
Malaysia church attacks continue in use of ‘Allah’ row
[BBC]

Europe
Spain will likely accept 2 Guantanamo prisoners
[AP]
Official: NIreland leader to step down temporarily
[AP]
Islamic Group Cancels Antiwar March in Britain
[NYT]
Croatia election commission: Josipovic wins presidency
[CNN]
Back at work, Italy’s Berlusconi seeks new immunity
[Reuters]
Race Riots Grip Italian Town, and Mafia Is Suspected
[NYT]

Americas
Chavez says military will monitor Venezuelan prices
[CNN]

Domestic
Reid fights for political life; Republicans call on him to step down
[Politico]
Google’s Eric Schmidt on why bankers deserve little sympathy and Obama does
[Telegraph]
A Risky Proposal: Gay Marriage in the US
[New Yorker]

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