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Daily International News 07.19.10

July 19, 2010

Daily International News
July 19, 2010

East/SE Asia
North Korea and Myanmar top agenda for Asia security meet
[Reuters]
China Passes U.S. as World’s Biggest Energy Consumer
[WSJ]
China launches oil spill clean-up after pipeline blasts
[BBC]
Indonesian Muslim group may ban civet coffee
[AP]
AFC chief meets with N. Korean official
[Yonhap]

Central/South Asia
Clinton arrives in Afghan capital for conference
[AP]
Road bombs kill 6 Afghan policemen, 2 US troops
[AP]
U.S. hopes Afghanistan-Pakistan trade deal boosts cooperation in war effort
[WaPo]
US unveils Pakistan aid projects
[BBC]
U.S. Sanctions Cloud India-Iran Projects
[WSJ]

Middle East
Iran uses bank in Germany to beat sanctions: report
[AFP]
48 killed in suicide bombings targeting members of Iraq’s Awakening councils
[WaPo]
Aid from Libya arrives in Gaza
[CNN]

Africa
African Union opens summit despite twin bombings
[AP]
Sudan brutally suppressing dissent, says Amnesty
[AFP]
12 Somalis killed in 2-day Mogadishu battle
[AP]
Rebels hit main army base in Central Africa town
[AFP]
Kenyan pastor charged over ‘referendum bomb plot’
[BBC]

Europe
UK’s Cameron: releasing Lockerbie bomber was wrong
[AP]
Greek journalist gunned down, police cite terror
[AP]
Spanish parliament to debate ban on public burqas
[AP]
IMF, EU suspend talks on emergency loan to Hungary
[DW]
Moody’s downgrades Ireland on bank and growth worries
[Reuters]

Americas/Domestic
Officials say gunmen kill 18 at party in Mexico
[AP]
Top Secret America: A hidden world, growing beyond control
[WaPo]
US fears Gulf seabed oil seepage near stricken BP well
[BBC]
GOP Sees Path to Control of Senate
[WSJ]

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