Daily International News 06.28.10

June 28, 2010

Daily International News
June 28, 2010

@ G20
At Summit, Banks Avoid New Global Regulations
President Obama urges G-20 nations to spend; they pledge to halve deficits
Police arrest more than 600 at Toronto summit
Op-ed: The Third Depression

North Korea threatens ‘new’ nuclear deterrent
From 06.26 North Korea to hold rare party meet ‘to elect leaders’ [BBC]

West worries China may undermine Iran sanctions efforts
Trade Deal Draws Taiwan Closer Into China’s Embrace
Barack Obama invites China’s Hu Jintao for state visit
Prime Minister David Cameron plans China visit
Obama Tells Hu U.S. Welcomes China’s Move on Currency
China yuan rate pegged at five-year high
Tibetan cultural figures ‘detained after protests’

South/Central Asia
OSCE observers back Kyrgyzstan referendum
Pakistan’s Plan on Afghan Peace Leaves U.S. Wary

Middle East
Iran postpones any nuclear talks until late August
Turkey bars Israel military flight after Gaza raid
Israeli flotilla inquiry to question premier
Outside powers hope for continuity in Egypt
UN summer camp in Gaza vandalized

Burundi votes with Pierre Nkurunziza the only candidate
Somaliland election observer killed; ballots being counted

Britain to announce interim cap on non-EU migrants
New Czech Prime Minister Is Named
BP oil spill: Barack Obama and David Cameron agree BP must not collapse
Manuel Noriega goes on trial in Paris
Belgium church panel on sex abuse shuts after raid

Elena Kagan’s confirmation hearing to start Monday
Robert Byrd, Respected Voice of the Senate, Dies at 92
Justices Say Gun Rights Apply Locally
OPEC: US should reconsider offshore drilling ban
Haiti’s president picks date for elections
[Miami Herald]


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