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Daily International News 03.23.11

March 23, 2011

Daily International News
March 23, 2011

Northeast Asia
Japan
Japan quake becomes world’s costliest natural disaster
[Reuters]
Factbox: Restrictions on Japanese food imports
[Reuters]
U.S. halts Japan food imports, Tokyo water contaminated
[Reuters]
Koreas
North Korea experts to speak at ASU
[Standard Times]
S. Korea not considering food aid to N. Korea: official
[Yonhap]
S.Korea announces major live-fire drills
[Straits Times]
China denies UN talk about North’s uranium
[JoongAng]
HBO to develop show from book “Eating With the Enemy: How I Waged Peace With North Korea From My BBQ Shack in Hackensack”
[LA Times]
South Korean FM to visit China next week
[China Post]
China
China says talks are way forward on Iran nuclear issue
[Reuters]
China approves death sentence for 7 in Xinjiang
[AP]
Activist says China cracks down on ethnic Uighurs
[AP]

South/Central Asia
US welcomes Karzai’s Nato pullout plan from Afghanistan
[BBC]
India investigates ‘Maoist villages rampage’ by police
[BBC]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Insurgents kill 3 Muslims in Thai south
[Reuters]
Malaysia DNA ruling overturned in blow for Anwar
[BBC]

Middle East
Israel braces for flare-up as Gazan rockets hit
[Reuters]
Yemeni parliament gives president emergency powers
[AP]
6 dead in new clashes in southern Syria city
[AP]
Bahrain suspends Lebanon flights as sectarian tension rises
[Reuters]

Africa
Libyan forces pull back from western city
[AP]
W.H. to Hill: We’re not at war with Libya
[POLITICO]
Obama Confident Libya Operation Command Issues Will Be Resolved
[Bloomberg]
Mother Tells UN’s Ban How Son’s Suicide Sparked Tunisia Revolt
[Bloomberg]
Gunfire heard overnight in Burkina capital
[Reuters]

Europe
Germany set to abandon nuclear power for good
[AP]
Nuclear Industry in Russia Sells Safety, Taught by Chernobyl
[NYT]
Britain’s royal wedding to be on iTunes
[AP]
UK budget 2011: key points
[Guardian]
Inflation hits 4.4% in February
[Guardian]
Surgeons to perform first UK face and hand transplant
[Guardian]

Americas
Haiti’s politics: Titid Time
[Economist]
Analysis: War trumps peace and a president’s trip
[AP]
Opinion: Obama’s quick trip from tyrant to weakling
[WaPo]

Domestic
Is the House in play in 2012?
[WaPo]
FBI probing package with explosives left at Detroit federal building for 3 weeks
[WaPo]
Justice Department sues on behalf of Muslim teacher, triggering debate
[WaPo]
Afternoon Fix: Sharron Angle writing an autobiography
[WaPo]
Apple’s Steve Jobs ordered to testify in iTunes lawsuit
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 11.03.10

November 3, 2010

Daily International News
November 3, 2010

Domestic – Midterms
Midterm Live Results
[WaPo]
Republicans Far From United in Victory as DeMint Demonstrates
[Bloomberg]
Jobless Rate Trampled Democrats’ Hopes, Obama’s Change Agenda
[Bloomberg]
Republican Election Gains May Stall Business’s Immigration Push
[Bloomberg]
Republicans to Take On U.S. Health Law, From Taxes to Insurance
[Bloomberg]
California Rejects Marijuana Legalization
[NYT]
Midterm International Implications
World watches US election and speculates on impact
[AP]
In Asia, Response to Elections Is Muted
[NYT]
Japan worries Democrats’ defeat may make U.S. inward-looking
[Mainichi]
Shift in Washington Stirs Economic Jitters Abroad
[NYT]

Northeast Asia
Japan
Japan warns Russia: Stop disputed island visits
[AP]
Japan anti-terrorism data leaked on internet
[BBC]
Op-ed: Japan Should Reflect on Its Schizophrenic Territorial Claims [Chosun]

Koreas
Tracking North Korea sanctions
[FP]
South Korea fires more warning shots at Northern boat
[Reuters]
Jong-un never met Chinese bigwigs: legislator
[JoongAng]
Lee optimistic SKorea, US can finalize trade deal
[AP]
N.Korea won’t disrupt G20 summit says S.Korea
[AFP]
SKorea: G20 leaders need ‘concrete agreements’
[AP]

China
China Stages Naval Exercises
[NYT]
China will not significantly cut rare earth exports in 2011: official
[Xinhua]
China accuses peace prize supporter of subversion
[AP]
China calls on Japan to create appropriate conditions for bilateral ties ahead of APEC summit
[Xinhua]
Amazon’s Kindle offers access to banned sites in China
[BBC]
China executes serial killer in 11 murders
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Indonesia volcano Mount Merapi in new eruption
[BBC]
Clinton in violence-plagued Papua New Guinea
[AP]

South/Central Asia
‘No big’ outcomes expected from Obama’s India trip
[BBC]
Czechs agree to send more troops to Afghanistan
[AP]

Middle East
Iran says West’s ‘arrogance’ could doom nuke talks
[AP]
France says Iranian woman will not be hanged Wednesday
[Reuters]
In Parcel Bomb Plot, 2 Dark Inside Jokes
[NYT]
Israel halts ‘dialogue’ with UK over war crimes law
[BBC]
Gaza car blast kills one, Hamas blames Israel
[Reuters]

Africa
Partial Ivory Coast election results show tight race
[BBC]
US men charged with aiding Somalia’s al-Shabab
[BBC]
Niger backs constitution to end junta rule
[BBC]

Europe
Greece Suspends Outgoing Airmail After Wave of Bombs
[NYT]
Home Secretary says al-Qaida member arrested in UK
[AP]
London hit by 3rd subway strike in as many months
[AP]
Judge orders Irish government to stage by-election
[AP]

Americas
Colombian police raid drug assets office
[BBC]
Colombia and Venezuela press on with ‘brotherly’ ties
[BBC]

Domestic – non-midterm related
George W Bush had ‘sickening feeling’ over WMD lack
[BBC]
Political lines blur as justices weigh violence for minors
[WashTimes]
Moon group buys The Washington Times
[WashTimes]

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Daily International News 11.02.10

November 2, 2010

Daily International News – because there’s a whole world of news today…but I also got your midterm news, too.
November 2, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
NKorea makes point-by-point denial of ship sinking
[AP]
N Korea to give torpedo sample
[BBC]

North Muddies Korea’s ‘Brand,’ But South Won’t Take a Hard Line
[WSJ]
‘North Korea may become part of China’
[Korea Times]

China/Taiwan
China objects to US offer over disputed islands
[AP]

Clinton Says China Will Need More Political Freedom
[Bloomberg]
UN chief criticized for failing to press China
[AP]
British PM Cameron to visit Beijing next week
[AP]
At Odds with the U.S., Pakistan Deepens Ties with China
[TIME]
‘Chinese double agent’ arrested in Taiwan
[BBC]

Japan/Northern Territories
Japan Summons Envoy to Russia Over Islands Dispute
[NYT]
Dmitry Medvedev ‘planning new visit to disputed Kurils’
[BBC]

Southeast Asia
Vietnam’s Cam Ranh base to welcome foreign navies
[AP]
Myanmar’s ethnic minorities prepare for war
[AP]

Myanmar storm killed dozens, 81,000 left homeless – U.N.
[Reuters]
US Endorses Malaysia’s Call For Religious Moderation
[Bernama]
Indonesian volcano forces flight cancellations
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Afghan candidates and MPs call for new election
[Reuters]
US to Hand over Small Bases to Afghan Army
[Tolo News]
Plan in Pakistan to Export Wheat Generates Criticism
[WSJ]
India hikes interest rates to contain inflation
[AP]

Middle East – Yemen AQAP Threat
Militants ‘blow up Yemen pipeline’ [BBC]
Yemen begins hunt for plot suspect
[Al Jazeera] and Yemen charges US-born radical cleric al-Awlaki [AP]
Germany, U.K. Restrict Flights, Parcels After Bombs
[Bloomberg] and World airlines call for improved cargo-screening [AP]
Earlier Flight May Have Been Dry Run for Plotters
[NYT]

Middle East – Other
Iran envoy dismisses tougher terms for atom fuel swap
[Reuters]

Iraq TV station taken off air after deadly church raid
[BBC]
Syria must wield influence in Lebanon to help U.S. relations, says top diplomat
[WaPo]
Jewish-Arab relations in Israel hit boiling point
[AP]
Fayyad cancels Jerusalem visit after Israel warning
[Reuters]
Israeli soldier jailed over Palestinian prisoner photo
[BBC]

Africa
Tanzania: Chaos Reigns as Electoral Commission Delays Releasing Results
[All Africa]
‘Historic’ turnout in Ivory Coast’s presidential poll
[BBC]
Guinea election boycott threat is averted
[BBC]

Europe
4 small mail bombs explode in Athens
[AP]
Cameron and Sarkozy hail UK-France defence treaties
[BBC]

UK government may allow convicted prisoners to vote
[BBC]
More Than 100,000 Pay for British News Site
[NYT]
BP back to profit after oil spill
[BBC]
Russian imprisoned oil tycoon Khodorkovsky verdict to be delivered Dec. 15
[AP]

Americas
President-elect Rousseff names business-friendly transition team
[MercoPress]
Haiti cholera ‘resembles South Asian strain’
[BBC]
Widowed Argentine President Fernandez in tearful speech
[BBC]

Domestic – Midterms
Issue Guide: 2010 Midterm Elections
[CFR]
9 Secret Election Day Surges
[Daily Beast]
Democrats bracing for major losses
[WaPo]
5 Reasons Democrats Could Beat the Polls and Hold the House
[NYT]

Sarah Palin Endorses Third Party Gubernatorial Candidate Tom Tancredo
[ABC]
California Looks for Cash Under Proposal to Legalize Marijuana
[Bloomberg]
Pressure Builds on Obama to Shake Up Inner Circle
[WSJ]
Op-ed: Obama may just be an interlude [FT]
Op-ed: Go Small and Stay Home [FP]
EU and US ‘must work together’ after midterms, says diplomat
[DW]

Domestic – Other
Google sues US in software battle
[BBC]

Federal Appeals Court Weighs Arizona Law on Immigrants
[NYT]
Fed Will Probably Start $500 Billion of Bond Buying
[Bloomberg]
Tim Lincecum, Edgar Renteria deliver Giants’ first title since 1954
[ESPN]

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Daily International News 10.15.10

October 15, 2010

Daily International News
October 15, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
NKorea threatens to attack SKorea over leaflets [AP]
Iranian Missile Enhancements Appear in N. Korea [Aviation Week]
S. Korea, US begin air defense exercise [Korea Times]
China calls for restraint as U.S., ROK plan military drill [Xinhua]
China
Reform calls mount as China’s Communists meet [AFP]
After peace prize, China targets winner’s friends [AP] and China letter demands peace prize winner’s release [AP]
Norway protests to China over Nobel reaction [Reuters]
China shuts down 1,600 illegal coal mines [AP]
Obama tested on US-China ties with currency report [AP] and Yuan at fresh high ahead of U.S. currency report [Reuters]

Southeast Asia
Myanmar Blames Insurgents for Blast [WSJ via AP]

South/Central Asia
Clinton Suggests Conditions on Pakistan Flood Relief [WSJ]
US missile attack kills 3 in Pakistan tribal area [AP]
Militants attack another convoy in Pakistan [CNN]
Holbrooke: Contacts with Taliban picking up [AP]
Karzai’s brother might be indicted for evading U.S. taxes [WaPo]

Middle East
Arabs may ask UN to recognize Palestinian state [AP]
Israel approves new east Jerusalem homes [AP]
Iranian FM: Ready to resume nuclear talks soon [AP]
In Ahmadinejad’s Visit to Lebanon, the Ruins of the Bush Mideast Doctrine [TIME]
Egypt’s Opposition Splits on Elections Boycott [TIME]

Africa
Robert Mugabe: Zimbabwe unity deal should end next year [BBC]
British security worker kidnapped in Somalia [Guardian]

Europe
US ‘concerned’ over UK defence cuts [FT]
Spending Review: Universities ‘to face £4.2bn cut’ [BBC]
Russia to help Venezuela build nuclear power station [CNN]
Hungary spill plant to restart, villagers return [Reuters]
Joyous Swiss celebrate longest tunnel breakthrough [AP]

Americas
Chile, in Mine Rescue’s Glow, Vows Labor Reform [WSJ]

Domestic
Pentagon to comply with court order to end ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ [WaPo]
For Midterm Voters, War if Off Radar [NYT]
Reid, Angle Spar in Nevada Debate on Economy, Social Security [Bloomberg]
Will Online Voting Turn Election Day into a Debacle? [TIME]
3rd day of testimony begins at Fort Hood hearing [AP]
Bernanke Signals Intent to Further Spur Economy [NYT]
Social Security benefits will remain flat for 2nd straight year, government says [WaPo]

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Daily International News 10.14.10

October 14, 2010

Daily International News
October 14, 2010

Northeast Asia
Nobel Peace Prize
Japan says release of China’s Liu Xiaobo ‘desirable’
[BBC]

China cancels more Norway visits after Nobel prize
[Reuters]
China says backers of Nobel winner support crime
[AP]

China
China’s Wen inspiring debate with calls for reform
[AP]

Trade Officials Ponder China’s Rare Earth Stance
[NYT]
China applauds Chile mine rescue, avoids awkward safety comparisons
[CSM]

Koreas
China confirms DPRK diplomat’s visit, urges for dialogue to resume nuclear talks
[Xinhua]
North Korea pushing nuke talks
[JoongAng]

SKorea wraps up naval maneuvers with US, Japan
[AP]
N. Korean news agency apparently opens Web sites in English, Spanish
[Yonhap]
N. Korea urges S. Korea to quickly agree to talks on suspended tours
[Yonhap]
South Korea lays to rest top North Korean defector
[AP]

Japan
Dollar at 15 year low to Japanese yen
[BBC]

Southeast Asia
Indonesia Suharto-era book banning law lifted
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
U.S. Backs Taliban Talks
[WSJ] and U.S. Aids Taliban to Attend Talks on Making Peace [NYT]

Seven LJ men planning PM assassination arrested
[Dawn]
Pakistan Pledges to Attack Al-Qaeda ‘Epicenter,’ Mullen Says
[Bloomberg]

Middle East
Palestinians counter Israeli offer on settlements
[WaPo]

US military says 77,000 Iraqis killed over 5 years
[AP]
Iran to hold OPEC presidency for first time in 36 years
[BBC]

Ahmadinejad visits south Lebanon
[Al Jazeera]
UAE says it opposed Canada’s Security Council bid
[AP]

Africa
UN could police parts of north-south Sudan border
[Reuters]

North and south Sudan disagree over Abyei vote
[Reuters]
George Clooney call to freeze Sudan leader’s assets
[BBC]
Somali president names new prime minister
[AP]
Somali pirates free Puntland minister
[BBC]
Niger’s junta’s deputy arrested
[BBC]

Europe
NATO chief calls for anti-missile system
[AP]
US counterterror official: Euro plot still active
[AP]
Clinton urges Kosovo to start talks with Serbia
[WaPo]

Dutch government sworn in but lacks reform mandate
[Reuters]
French petrol firms seek emergency supplies
[BBC]

Third day of protests in France as strikes grind on
[Reuters]
Greek police tear gas Acropolis protesters
[FT]

Americas
Rousseff holds ground in Brazil election race
[Reuters]
Chile’s textbook mine rescue brings global respect
[AP]

Domestic
Administration expected to appeal ‘don’t ask’ ruling
[WaPo]

Jarrett apologizes for gay remark
[WaPo]
U.S. politicians compete to bash China for gains in midterm elections
[Xinhua]

Obama ad courts young, minority voters, urging them to ‘make history again’
[WaPo]
O’Donnell, Coons stage feisty debate in Delaware
[CNN]
For Reid, No Shaking Tea Party Challenger
[NYT]
Tea Party Economic Gloom Fuels Republican Momentum, Poll Shows
[Bloomberg]
Lack of proper mortgage paper trail could leave big banks reeling again
[WaPo]
Gray vows to continue school reforms as he names interim D.C. chancellor
[WaPo]
Armenians face US health care scam charges
[BBC]