Archive for March 29th, 2010

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Daily International News 03.29.10

March 29, 2010

Daily International News
March 29, 2010

North Korea
N. Korea slams U.N. resolution to maintain special human rights envoy
[Yonhap]

Seoul watching for signs of N. Korean leader’s possible visit to China
[Yonhap]
N. Korea’s No.2 leader to visit three African nations
[Yonhap]
North Koreans Use Cellphones to Bare Secrets
[NYT]

China
China struggles with stance on nuclear power as summit nears
[WaPo]

Ericsson announces $1.8bn China deals
[BBC]
Rio Tinto executives handed lengthy jail terms
[BBC]
Dissident’s wife pleas for China to let him leave
[AP]

Southeast Asia
Suu Kyi’s NLD party to boycott Burma election
[BBC]

Thai PM rebuffs demands for dissolving parliament
[Reuters]
Some in Indonesia praise, seek to replicate China’s fight against United States
[WaPo]

Central/South Asia
Obama, in Kabul, Presses Karzai to Root Out Government Corruption
[Bloomberg]
Pakistan court maintains curbs on AQ Khan
[AP]

Middle East
Turkey gets Clinton pledge on genocide resolution
[Reuters]

Netanyahu Pushed by Coalition Partner, U.S. to Curb Home Plan
[Bloomberg]
Israeli minister says U.S. boosts Arab hardliners
[Reuters]

Europe
Moscow Metro hit by deadly suicide bombings
[BBC]

Africa
Somalis in rare march against al-Shabab militants
[BBC]

Domestic
Seven arrested in FBI raids linked to Christian militia group
[Detroit News]
NYC, DC Beef Up Transit Security Over Moscow Blast
[AP]

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