Daily International News 07.27.10

July 27, 2010

Daily International News
July 27, 2010

Northeast Asia
Wikileaks documents: N. Korea sold missiles to al-Qaeda, Taliban
North Korean team slammed over World Cup failure
[Korea Herald]
Koreas mark truce, but drills underscore tensions
Clinton comments, Korea drills roil US-China ties
[AP] and U.S. involvement will only complicate South China Sea issue [Xinhua]
China Three Gorges flooding set to peak
Move to Limit Cantonese on Chinese TV Is Assailed
Japan Panel to Propose Defense Policy Changes, Asahi Reports

Kyrgyzstan seeks $1bn in international aid pledges
WikiLeaks disclosures unlikely to change course of Afghanistan war
Bin Laden among latest Wikileaks Afghan revelations
Afghanistan questions U.S. silence over Pakistan’s role
NATO: 1 missing sailor killed in Afghanistan

South/Southeast Asia
UK’s Cameron in India on mission to woo old ally
Myanmar’s top military leader in India for talks
[AP] and Burma leader expects silence from India visit [BBC]
Convicted Khmer Rouge jailer Duch ‘will appeal’

Middle East [non-Iran related]
Audit: US can’t account for $8.7B in Iraqi funds
Hamas leader says group considering Gaza draft

Iran fuel imports nosedive as sanctions bite: source
Iran ready to resume nuclear fuel swap talks
Ahmadinejad says expects U.S. to attack MidEast soon
Russia objects to EU Iran sanctions
Germany must change for EU sanctions on Iran to have bite
Iran Air Force To Stage Weeklong Drill: Reports

UK to boost trade with Sudan despite rights concerns
Group says suing UK over Congo conflict minerals
African Union pledges to reinforce its Somalia force

EU Floats Serbia-Kosovo Talks Offer, Ratchets Up Iran Sanctions
Serbia lawmakers vow never to recognize Kosovo
Cameron ‘anger’ at slow pace of Turkish EU negotiations
PM Fillon says France “at war” with al Qaeda
London celebrates 2-year countdown to 2012 Games
Spain’s Catalonia expected to ban bullfights

Fugees singer Wyclef Jean could join Haiti’s presidential race
In Cuba, Revolution Day Without Castro at Podium
Arlington mismarked graves could be in the 1000s

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