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Daily International News 12.20.10

December 20, 2010

Daily International News
December 20, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
North Korea blinks
[FP]
North Korea Says It Will Not Retaliate After South’s Drills
[NYT]
Richardson: North Korea offers to return remains of U.S. troops
[CNN]
From 12/19 U.N. Security Council deadlocked on Korean crisis [Reuters]
South Korea on ‘high alert’ after exercises
[FT]
South Korea detains Chinese fishermen
[FT]
China
Chinese, Russian FMs call for restraint on Korean Peninsula
[Xinhua]
Chinese envoy arrives in Taiwan for talks
[AP]
Facebook’s CEO visits China’s top search engine
[AP]
Chinese endure power shortages as coal runs short
[AP]
Japan
Public support for Kan Cabinet dips to 24 percent: Mainichi poll
[Mainichi]

South/Central Asia
Afghanistan guardedly backs U.S. review
[Reuters]
Afghanistan plans to open parliament on January 20
[Reuters]
China PM Wen Jiabao hails Pakistani anti-terror efforts
[BBC]

Middle East
Iran hangs 11 Jundallah Sunni militants
[BBC]
Iran set for fuel hike backlash
[Al Jazeera]
Egypt charges businessman for spying for Israel
[AP]
Allawi will take part in Iraq’s coalition government
[CNN]

Africa
Islamic Sudan Envisioned if South Secedes
[NYT]
Côte d’Ivoire: UN Chief Underlines Warning Against Attacking Peacekeepers
[All Africa]
U.N.: Thousands flee Ivory Coast amid fears of regional conflict
[CNN]

Europe
British Police Detain 12 on Suspicion of Terrorism
[NYT]
Lord chief justice approves use of Twitter for court reporting
[Guardian]
West decries flaws, violence in Belarus election
[AP]
Snow disrupts travel across northern Europe
[CNN]

Americas
WikiLeaks: Uribe willing to accept US military forces fearing an attack from Venezuela
[MercoPress]
Brazil’s Lula says he might seek office again
[Reuters]
Oil pipeline explosion kills 27 in Mexico
[CNN]

Domestic
Rare-Earth Miner in U.S. Tackles China, Its Own Past
[WSJ]
Republicans fail in second bid to amend START
[Reuters]
Senate Democrats Make Final Push to Ratify Nuclear Arms Treaty
[Bloomberg]
Gates Says ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Repeal Will Be Successful
[Bloomberg]
Food-safety measure passes Senate in Sunday surprise
[WaPo]
NY Rep. King: I’ll hold hearings on radical Islam
[AP]
Top Secret America
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 10.05.10

October 5, 2010

Daily International News
October 5, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
NKorea’s Kim Jong Un joins father at army drill
[AP]
North Korea’s new dawn with Kim Jong-un
[CSM]
Activity spotted near N. Korean nuclear facility
[WaPo]
Carter Endorses North Korea Housing Project
[US News]
ASEM leaders to condemn March attack on S. Korean warship
[Yonhap]
N.Korea ‘Partly’ Behind GPS Interruptions in East Sea
[Chosun]
Japan
Opinion: Mr. Kan, stop wasting time
[Japan Times]
Bank of Japan sets course for QE
[FT]
China/Taiwan
China, Japan end spat over maritime collision
[AP]
Wen says S. Korea misunderstands Beijing’s stance on ship sinking
[Yonhap]
EU urges faster yuan rise
[Reuters]
Wen expects France to push for positive EU policies toward China
[Xinhua]
China calls on rich nations to improve emission targets
[Guardian]
China to launch two satellites to monitor space environment
[Xinhua]
Taiwan official says China threat growing: reports
[AP]

Southeast Asia
‘Merchant of death’ Viktor Bout extradition ‘back on’
[BBC]
Indonesia cancels Netherlands visit over arrest threat
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Obama says no big shift now in Afghan war strategy
[Reuters]
U.S. Military Orders Less Dependence on Fossil Fuels
[NYT]
NATO convoys attacked in separate strikes in Pakistan
[WaPo]

Middle East
Extending Israel Settlement Ban ‘Very Difficult,’ Finance Minister Says
[Bloomberg]
Maliki-Allawi deal could end impasse
[WaPo]
In Sign of Discord, Iran Blocks Web Sites of Some Clerics
[NYT]
Egyptian newspaper sacks dissident chief editor
[AP]

Africa
Nigeria’s Babangida aide arrest condemned
[BBC]
Uganda says it can raise whole force for Somalia
[Reuters]
Two Algerian Christians ‘did not break Ramadan rules’
[BBC]

Europe/UK
Germany not ID’ing 5 militants killed in Pakistan
[AP]
Two Win Nobel for Work on Ultra-Thin Material
[NYT]
France holds 11 as Europe faces terrorism alert
[Reuters]
Ex-French trader must pay $6.7 billion for fraud
[AP]
Red toxic sludge spill sparks Hungary emergency
[Reuters]

Americas
Brazil’s Greens confident they hold the key to Lula da Silva’s successor
[MercoPress]
Venezuela’s Chavez scoffs at claim of ETA links
[Reuters]
Ecuador raises military wages after police revolt
[Reuters]
Chile president sees miners rescued before Oct. 15
[AP]

Domestic
Times Square bomb plotter to be sentenced
[BBC]
Democrats gain in poll but GOP still leads as midterm elections near
[WaPo]
In Ads, Democratic Candidates Play Down Party
[NYT]
Emanuel Finds No Sweet Chicago Homecoming on Campaign Warmup
[Bloomberg]
New Fuel for Local Papers: Medical Marijuana Ads
[NYT]

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Daily International News 07.20.10

July 20, 2010

Daily International News
July 20, 2010

International
UN

Departing U.N. official calls Ban’s leadership ‘deplorable’ in 50-page memo
[WaPo]

ASEAN
N.Korea FM to attend Asian security forum
[AFP]
ASEAN diplomats give Burma ‘earful’ over its election
[BBC]

Kabul Conference
Kabul conference cheat sheet
[Al Jazeera]
Conference endorses Karzai goal for security handover
[BBC]
Leaders Renew Vows of Support for Afghanistan
[NYT]

Koreas
Gates, Clinton to visit DMZ dividing 2 Koreas
[AP]
Japan Says It Isn’t Seeking Bilateral Meeting With North Korea
[Bloomberg]
‘2+2’ talks are U.S.-Korean milestone
[JoongAng IB]
U.S. court fines N. Korea for terror plot
[Wash Times]
Former N Korea spy in Japan to tackle abductee issue
[BBC]
North Korea reportedly executes former official
[AP]
North Korean Poster Depicts a Ship Suffering an Eerily Evocative Attack
[NYT] – from 07/16

Japan/China
Japan may delay finalizing U.S. base relocation details
[Kyodo]
US Won’t Bow to Chinese Concerns on Yellow Sea Exercises
[VOA]
Floods, landslides kill 37 in central China
[AP]
Another Foxconn worker falls to death – report
[Reuters]

Central Asia [non-conference related]
In Afghanistan, a Threat of Plunder
[NYT]
NATO says 4 dead in shooting at training range
[AP]
Kyrgyz troops using torture on detainees, says UN
[BBC]

Middle East/ Africa
Guantanamo detainee Naji sent back to Algeria against his will
[WaPo]
U.S. cleric warns Yemen could be next Iraq, Afghanistan
[Reuters]
Ashton concludes Israel visit, promising EU aid to lift Gaza blockade
[DW]
Europe Considers New Penalties for Iran
[NYT]
Allawi seeks Iraq support from Sadr
[Al Jazeera]
Sudan:  AU Warns Over Bashir Warrant
[All Africa]

Europe
Berlusconi’s popularity hits new low – poll
[Reuters]
Iraq inquiry: Saddam posed very limited threat to UK, ex-MI5 chief says
[Guardian]

Domestic/Americas
David Cameron set for talks with President Barack Obama
[BBC]
Troops to Go to Mexican Border Aug. 1
[NYT]
Democrats to give jobless benefits another vote
[AP]
Toyota Subpoenaed on Steering Flaws
[NYT]
Chilling toll of Times Sq. ‘bomb’
[NY Post]
Cubans brace for “reorganization” of labour force
[Reuters]

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Daily International News 04.28.10

April 28, 2010

Daily International News
April 28, 2010

Northeast Asia
Hatoyama to visit Okinawa on May 4 to discuss Futemma
[Kyodo]
China shows global leadership by lifting entry ban on HIV carriers: UNAIDS
[Xinhua]
US, Europe press China to drop tech security rule
[AP]
Man stabs 15 students, 1 teacher in south China
[AP]

Southeast/South Asia
Thai authorities, protesters clash; 1 soldier dies
[AP]
Indian diplomat accused of spying for Pakistan
[LAT]

Middle East
Israel’s Ayalon sees talks restart within two weeks
[Reuters]
No fines now for Palestinian settlement workers
[AP]
Former PM urges interim government in Iraq
[AP]

Africa
Unpaid Somali soldiers desert to insurgency
[AP]
Southern Sudan opposition leader contests poll result
[BBC]
Niger – UN warning over total crop failure
[BBC]

Europe
Conservatives, Labour Gain in Poll Showing Hung Parliament
[SFGate3]
In UK election gaffe, Brown calls voter ‘bigoted’
[AP]
Stocks slump as Greece debt downgraded to junk
[WaPo]
Austria probe links slaying to Chechen president
[AP]
Russia publishes Katyn massacre archives
[BBC]

Americas
Plea deal possible for Canadian at Guantanamo
[Reuters]
Holder: U.S. May Fight Arizona Immigration Law
[CBS]
Chile Catholic church hit by abuse claims, bomb
[AP]

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Daily International News 03.15.10

March 15, 2010

Daily International News
March 15, 2010

East Asia
China hits at currency ‘protectionism’
[FT] and Premier Wen says China will keep yuan “basically stable” [Xinhua]

AfPak
Contractors Tied to Effort to Track and Kill Militants
[NYT]
Rocket attack kills 1 at NATO base in Afghanistan
[AP]
Pakistan bombs ‘Taliban positions’
[Al Jazeera]

India
2 held for plot to attack BARC, ONGC terminals
[Times of India]

SE Asia
Protestors against the Thai governemnt take to the streets again
[Economist]

Middle East
Israeli prime minister calls settlement dispute with U.S. regrettable, hurtful
[WaPo] and Officials: US wants Israel to cancel building plan [AP]
Israelis nab senior Hamas leader
[CNN]
Allawi takes surprise Kirkuk lead
[Al Jazeera]
US military hands over prison to Iraqi government
[AP]
Yemen launches new airstrikes on al-Qaida hideout
[AP]

Europe
EU ready ‘to take unilateral sanctions against Iran’
[AFP]
Socialists triumph over Sarkozy’s party in regional elections
[France 24]
EU ministers map out Greek rescue plan
[DW]
Panic in Georgia After a Mock News Broadcast
[NYT]

Africa
Darfur rebel row jeopardises Sudan peace deal
[BBC]
Zimbabwe: Zuma Intervenes
[AllAfrica]
SAfrican youth leader convicted of hate speech

Americas
Two Drug Slayings in Mexico Rock U.S. Consulate
[NYT] and Narcos blamed for killings of 3 with US consul tie [AP]
Widespread power blackout hits Chile
[CNN]

Domestic
Dodd’s New Plan for Finance Rules Aims to Give More Muscle to Fed
[WSJ]