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Daily International News 06.01.10

June 1, 2010

Daily International News
June 1, 2010 [and some weekend pieces]

Northeast Asia
Japan PM Hatoyama faces pressure to resign
[BBC]
South Korea probes war rumours ahead of elections
[Reuters]
China and Japan ‘back North Korea financial sanctions’
[BBC]
Three judges shot dead at a court in Hunan, China
[BBC]
China bans evidence from torture
[BBC]
China aims to become supercomputer superpower
[BBC]

Southeast Asia
UN calls for Thai clashes inquiry
[BBC]
Thai government faces no-confidence vote over Bangkok
[BBC]

Central/South Asia
Senior al-Qaeda leader ‘killed’ in Afghanistan
[BBC]
India-US talks to focus on Afghanistan, economic ties
[Reuters]
Afghan insurgents dismiss Karzai peace “jirga”
[Reuters]

Middle East [Israel/PA]
U.N. Security Council Condemns ‘Acts’ in Israeli Raid
[NYT]
Activists send new boat to challenge Gaza blockade
[AP]
China urges Israel to break blockade on Gaza
[Xinhua]
Op-ed: Flotilla Assault Spurs Crisis [WSJ]
Editorial: The flotilla fiasco [WaPo]
Rift between crucial Middle East allies a headache for United States
[CNN]
Turkish PM calls Israeli ship raid a ‘massacre’
[AP]

[Other] Middle East
Iraq’s supreme court upholds March election result
[BBC]
U.N. Says Iran Has Fuel for 2 Nuclear Weapons
[NYT]
China calls for early resumption of dialogue on Iranian nuke issue
[Xinhua]

Africa
5 of 7 candidates withdraw from Burundi elections
[AP]
Namibia HIV women sue over forced sterilisation
[BBC]
Al-Qaida leader in Algeria surrenders
[AP]

Europe
German President Koehler quits amid row over military
[BBC]
French President Sarkozy backs African global role
[BBC]
European Central Bank’s Report Issues Warning
[NYT]

Americas/Domestic
Uribe ally favourite as Colombia set for run-off poll
[BBC]
20 to 25 Bodies Found in Mexico Mine
[NYT]
Gulf oil spill: BP prepares new attempt to cap flow
[BBC]
High Court Nominee Kagan May Get Support From Republicans
[Bloomberg]

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