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Daily International News 02.28.11

February 28, 2011

Daily International News
February 28, 2011

Jasmine Revolution
Op-ed: Mideast Without Despots Needs Different U.S. Surge: Albert Hunt
[Bloomberg]
Libya
Clinton urges Gaddafi to step down
[Al Jazeera]
Libya oil chief: Production down 50 percent
[AP]
World raises pressure on Libya, rebels hold key towns
[Reuters]
Criticism-hit France sends aid to Libya opposition
[BBC]
EU approves wide sanctions against Libya
[AP]
Cameron: UK planning for no-fly zone over Libya
[AP]
Libyan Gov’t Continues to Blames Islamic Militants and the West for Unrest
[NYT]
NAfrica
Mubarak given travel ban by Egypt
[BBC]
Tunisian interim prime minister resigns
[LAT]
Arabian Peninsula
Bahrain protesters block parliament
[AP]
Oman protesters stage third day of unrest
[AP]

East Asia
SKorea, US begin annual drills amid NKorean
[AP]
S. Korea not mulling return of U.S. tactical nuclear weapons: gov’t
[Yonhap]
China again cracks down on planned protests across country
[McClatchy]
China says population rises to 1.34 billion
[AFP]
Diplomats slam China harassment of journalists
[AP]
Vietnam activist Nguyen Dan Que held for uprising call
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
US repositions troops in eastern Afghanistan
[AP]
Gates warns against future land wars like Iraq, Afghanistan
[LAT]
NATO: 4 service members killed in Afghanistan
[AP]
Agriculture reform key to India budget
[FT]

Middle East
Barak: Assad ready to consider Israel-Syria peace deal
[Haaretz]
Iraqi court gives Briton 20 years over slayings
[AP]
After protests, Iraq PM urges early local vote
[AP]
Iran: Outside contact with opposition leaders cut
[AP]

Africa
Sudan: Abyei ethnic clashes mar peace deal
[BBC]
Assailants attack Congo president’s home; 9 dead
[AP]
Kenya rights group warns of 2012 vote violence
[AP]

Europe
UN chief accuses Belarus of violating Ivory Coast arms embargo
[CNN]
Belarus presidential hopeful says he was tortured
[AP]
Fine Gael to open Irish coalition talks
[BBC]
Italy’s Berlusconi back on trial for tax fraud
[AP]
British Airways worker guilty of plane bomb plot
[AP]
Call to extend Catholic-Jewish amity to Islam
[Reuters]

Americas
U.S. subcontractor jailed in Cuba to face trial
[McClatchy]
Mexico arrests two more in US agent Jaime Zapata murder
[BBC]
Carnival accident kills 16 in Brazil
[AP]

Domestic
Good Newt and Bad Newt
[WaPo]
The true key states for Obama in ’12
[WaPo]
GOP spending plan would cost 700,000 jobs, new report says
[WaPo]
Wisconsin protesters stay put; defiant governor holds ground
[CNN]
Deal on Spending Cuts Would Defer Tougher Decisions
[WSJ]
Last US veteran of WWI dies in W. Va. at age 110
[AP]
Oscar 2011 winners: ‘King’s Speech’ rules the night
[EW]

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