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Daily International News 07.12.10

July 12, 2010

Daily International News
July 12, 2010

Northeast Asia
North Korean officials to hold warship talks with US
[BBC]
Japan PM rules out snap poll after election setback
[BBC]
Hu hails China-Taiwan trade pact
[AP]
China expands anti-corruption law
[BBC]

South/Southeast/Central Asia
Burma splinter democracy group to run in poll
[BBC]
Pakistan death toll soars above 100
[Al Jazeera]
Kashmir parties seek end to weeks of deadly protests
[BBC]
Afghan war unwinnable under Karzai, says rights group
[Reuters]

Middle East
Israel report blames flawed planning for Gaza raid
[AP]
Iran could acquire nuke weapons capability – Medvedev
[Ria Novosti]
Iran halts woman’s stoning ‘for now’
[AFP]
Yemen upholds death sentences in US Embassy attack
[AP]

Africa
Int’l Court charges Sudan president with genocide
[AP]
‘Somali link’ as 74 World Cup fans die in Uganda blasts
[BBC]
Darfur violence kills 221 in June: peacekeepers
[Reuters]

Europe/UK
Huge crowds rally in Spain for Catalan autonomy
[DW]
Sarkozy Will Go on TV During Scandal
[NYT]
3 Britons sentenced in airline bomb plot
[AP]
Orangemen march after Belfast riot; 27 police hurt
[AP]
BP Mulls Selling Billions in Assets
[WSJ] and BP builds defence in takeover threat [Telegraph]
Polanski free, Swiss reject US extradition request
[AP]

Americas/Domestic
BP oil cap makes ‘significant progress’ – Coast Guard
[BBC]
SarahPAC steps into the big leagues
[Politico]
Fidel Castro to appear on Cuban television program
[AP]

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