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Daily International News 04.13.11

April 13, 2011

Daily International News
April 13, 2011

Northeast Asia
Asia-Pacific Governments Play Catch-Up on Minimum Wages
[NYT]
Obama’s top China hand Jeffrey Bader leaves job
[Taipei Times]

China
US says China’s navy has been less aggressive in 2011
[BBC]
Chinese democracy activist charged with subversion
[AP]

Ai Weiwei’s wife: ‘Still no information’
[BBC]
US: China’s 1st aircraft carrier watched by region
[AP]
China security puts Tibetan monastery on lockdown
[AP]
Japan
TEPCO still working on plan to end Japan nuclear crisis
[Reuters]
Japan nuclear plant evacuees demand compensation
[AP]
Japan’s government downgrades its outlook for growth
[BBC]
Solace in the Stadium as Baseball Resumes in Japan
[NYT]
Korea
AmCit detained in DPRK likely Korean-American from CA
[JoongAng]

South Korea raises inflation forecast as prices rise
[BBC]
S.Korea simulates N.Korea attack on nuclear site
[Straits Times]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
EU eases Burma sanctions on some civilian ministers
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
CIA, Pakistan look to repair widening rift
[WaPo]
Afghan police: Suicide bomber kills 10
[AP]
2 US missile attacks kill 6 near Afghan border
[AP]

Middle East
U.S. plans new push on Arab-Israeli peace: Clinton
[Reuters]

Daughter of prominent rights activist in Bahrain on hunger strike
[CNN]
Women march in Syria to demand jailed men be freed
[Reuters]
Rival Military Factions Clash in Yemen
[NYT]
Top White House aide delivers Obama letter to Saudi king
[WaPo]

Africa
Clinton’s ‘Failed State’ Warning Hangs Over Libyan Conflict
[Bloomberg]

Doha meeting reveals divisions on Libya
[Reuters]
Delegates Meet in Support of Libya Rebels
[NYT]
Clinton off to Berlin for NATO talks on Libya
[AP]
2 blasts heard outside Libyan capital
[AP]

Egyptian Prosecutors Order 15-Day Detention of Mubarak
[NYT]
Egypt’s Mubarak detained and army win protest respite
[Reuters]
Ivory Coast generals pledge loyalty to Ouattara
[WaPo]
Ivory Coast president: strongman will face charges
[AP]

Reprisals rock Ivory Coast after strongman deposed
[AP]
Swazi police fire tear gas on teachers for 2nd day
[AP]

Europe
Belarus questions dissidents in subway bombing
[AP]

Dutch anti-Islam politician’s speech trial resumes
[AP]
Russia’s space chief promises new spaceship
[AP]
Medvedev to decide soon on second term
[FT]

More than 800 approach Austrian church abuse commission
[Reuters]

Americas
Brazil lawmakers to propose referendum on gun law
[BBC]
Mexico: Zetas cartel blamed over Tamaulipas mass graves
[BBC]

Domestic
President Obama’s debt speech: What to watch for
[WaPo]
Lawmakers urge Obama to accept mandatory restraints on spending
[WaPo]
Obama Said to Call for Curbing Entitlements, Raising Taxes
[Bloomberg]
Seeking Execution Drug, States Cut Legal Corners
[NYT]
CIA’s brain drain: Since 9/11, some top officials have moved to private sector
[WaPo]
Congress, in a First, Removes an Animal From the Endangered Species List
[NYT]
Sidney Harman, audio equipment mogul and owner of Newsweek, dies at 92
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 07.07.10

July 7, 2010

Daily International News
July 7, 2010

Northeast Asia
N. Korea threatens war if U.N. Security Council blames it for ship sinking
[Yonhap]
Aid group: NKorea jailed kin of currency reformers
[AP]
Japan Sets Group For Nuclear Deals
[WSJ]
China, Myanmar to promote energy, transport co-op: vice premier
[Xinhua]
China rules out option of dumping US debt
[FT]

South/Central Asia
NATO airstrike accidentally kills 5 Afghan troops
[AP]
Army presence soars amid deadly Kashmir protests
[AP]

Middle East
U.S. and Israel Shift Attention to Peace Process
[NYT]
Israel Offers Peace Steps, in U.S. and Mideast
[WSJ]
Israeli army: Gaza war troops to be disciplined
[WaPo]
Israel keeping flotilla ships until inquiry ends
[AP]
Yemeni court sentences 2 al-Qaida members to death
[AP]

Africa
Somalis in al-Shabab towns protest troop increase
[AP]
Kenya’s constitutional vote on sharia courts pits Muslims against Christians
[WaPo]
Rwanda summons South African ambassador over probe
[AFP]
Sudan renews press censorship: journalists
[AFP]
Fault disrupts Seacom internet cable to East Africa
[BBC]

Europe
Russian spy claims swap in works for spies in US
[AP]
Vatican to issue long-awaited sex abuse document
[AP]
French court hands Noriega 7-year prison term
[AP]
French probe allegations of secret Sarkozy funding
[AP]
Solar plane takes off for 24-hour test flight
[AP]

UK
British Troops to Hand Over to Americans in Afghan Hot Spot
[NYT]
U.K. to investigate detainee torture claims, PM announces
[CNN]
Britain marks 5th anniversary of terror attack
[AP]
World stock markets fall despite Wall Street gains
[AP]
‘Climategate’ inquiry mostly vindicates scientists
[AP]

Domestic
Lawmakers Oppose Canadian Pipeline
[NYT]
Obama bypassing Senate for new Medicare chief
[AP]
Obama Names Ford CEO Mulally, Disney CEO Iger to Export Council
[Bloomberg]

Americas
Venezuela captures alleged Colombian drug lord
[AP]
Mexico town evacuated as dam threatens to overflow
[BBC]