Posts Tagged ‘arroyo’

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Daily International News 12.08.10

December 8, 2010

Daily International News
December 8, 2010

WikiLeaks
Wikileaks cables show Xi Jinping and Li Keqiang details
[BBC]

Wikileaks: Australia FM blames US, not Julian Assange
[BBC]
Gaddafi threatened UK over Lockerbie bomber – WikiLeaks
[Reuters] and WikiLeaks: Jack Straw denies pressure from Libya led to Megrahi release [Guardian]

Hackers strike back to support WikiLeaks founder
[AP]
U.S. may seek extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange
[LAT]

Justice Department Studies WikiLeaks Prosecution
[NYT]
Cables: Saudi prince urges need for ‘security response’ to Hezbollah threat in Lebanon
[Guardian]

Northeast Asia
China
China casts net wide in Nobel Prize crackdown
[Reuters]
Xinhua Op-ed: What’s behind “enshrining” Liu Xiaobo?
[Xinhua]
WaPo Op-ed: In China, confidence clouded by apprehension
[WaPo]

Koreas
N.Korea conducts “drill”, US military chief in Seoul
[Reuters]
New Mexico Governor Richardson will travel to North Korea
[Reuters]

In South Korea, Joint Chiefs chairman scolds China for its ‘tacit approval’ of North’s aggression
[WaPo]

Japan
Russia says warplanes flew near U.S.-Japan drill
[Reuters]
Japan probe overshoots Venus, heads toward sun
[AP]

Southeast Asia
Top Philippine court rules out Arroyo investigation
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Robert Gates gets sobering update on visit with U.S. troops in Afghanistan
[LAT]
Video thought to show American held in Afghanistan
[AP]

Afghan War Review Called Likely to Show Progress
[NYT]
Suicide bomb kills 16 at market in north-west Pakistan
[BBC]
Suit Over Targeted Awlaki Killing Is Thrown Out
[NYT]

Middle East
Peace process in crisis; Palestinians doubt U.S.
[Reuters]

U.S. Drops Bid to Sway Israel on Settlements
[NYT]
Israel ire as Argentina and Brazil recognise Palestine
[BBC]

Africa
Top UN envoy: Ivory Coast vote has 1 winner
[AP]
Ivory Coast crisis: Liberia warlords told not to meddle
[BBC]
Nigeria: Former dictator may leave ruling party
[AP]

Europe
Tuition fees: Cameron and Miliband exchange insults at PMQs
[Guardian]
Greek transport workers strike against austerity
[AP]

Americas
Chile prison fire kills at least 81
[AP]
Nepal army rejects link to Haiti cholera epidemic
[BBC]
Pact could be near to save tropical forests
[WaPo]

Domestic
Some Ex-Detainees Still Tied to Terror
[NYT]
Christine O’Donnell forming issues-oriented PAC
[AP]
House’s Bachus Wins Key Vote in Bid to Be Wall Street Overseer
[Bloomberg]
Republicans Select Rogers to Head House Appropriations Committee
[Bloomberg]
NYC officials bust Ivy League coke, LSD, pot ring
[AP]
Appeals court halts death penalty hearing in Houston
[Houston Chronicle]
What’s at Stake in the Wal-Mart Discrimination Case
[Time]
30 years later, it’s still hard to fathom Lennon’s killing
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 05.12.10

May 12, 2010

Daily International News
May 12, 2010

Northeast Asia
NKorea claims to achieve elusive nuclear fusion
[AP]
China children ‘hacked to death’ in new school attack
[BBC]
China environmentalist released after prison term
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Myanmar junta rejects international poll monitors
[AP]
From 05.11 Aung San Suu Kyi asks for her freedom [AP]
Philippines’ Arroyo picks chief justice as probe looms
[Reuters]
Thai ‘red shirts’ face midnight ultimatum
[FT]

Central Asia
Karzai Visits Washington, With Smiles All Around
[NYT]

Middle East
Israel FM: Iran, Syria, NKorea new ‘axis of evil’
[AP]
Israel says seized North Korean arms were for Hamas, Hezbollah
[Reuters]
Iraqi Deal to End De-Baathification
[NYT]
Yemen al Qaeda arm claims attack on UK ambassador
[Reuters]

Africa
Libyan jet with 104 crashes; child sole survivor
[AP]
Julius Malema of South Africa’s ANC in public apology
[BBC]
Somali pirates seize Greek ship
[BBC]

Europe
British PM Cameron names new ministers
[CNN]
Full Text of British Coalition Agreement
[NYT]
Russia, U.S. reach adoption accord
[AP]
Spain cuts civil service pay by 5%
[FT]
From 05.11 French parliament condemns full Islamic face veil [BBC]

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Daily International News 05.10.10

May 10, 2010

Daily International News
May 10, 2010

Northeast Asia
Hatoyama gives up on settling Futemma issue by May 31: sources
[Kyodo]
Traces of Explosive Found on Sunken S. Korean Ship
[NYT]
Presidential security aide says delay in OPCON transfer necessary
[Yonhap]
N. Korean World Cup team leaves Pyongyang
[Yonhap]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
US envoy warns Myanmar over North Korea arms links
[AP]
Thai protesters refuse to leave, push new demands
[Reuters]
Arroyo’s shadow over Philippines election
[CSM]

AfPak
Karzai, Obama seek to mend caustic ties in visit
[Reuters]
U.S.-Pakistan ties tested as evidence shows Taliban connection to Times Square bomb attempt
[WaPo]
U.S. Urges Action in Pakistan After Failed Bombing
[NYT]

Middle East
Israeli plan for east Jerusalem clouds peace talks
[AP]
Israel primed for war on Iran – Netanyahu deputy
[Reuters]
At least 84 killed in attacks across Iraq
[AP]
Kurds to protest over Iran executions
[Guardian]

Africa
Judge acquits top aide to Zimbabwe prime minister
[AP]
Somali rebel group vows to free pirate captives
[Reuters]

Europe
Hung parliament: Clegg meetings with Brown and Cameron
[BBC]
Death toll in Russian mine blasts hits 32
[AP]
EU Crafts $962 Billion Show of Force to Halt Crisis
[Bloomberg]
Voters rebuke Merkel for Greek loan
[FT]

Americas
Oil spill solutions uncertain, slick spreads west
[Reuters]
UNASUR Agrees to Boost Defense Expenditure Transparency
[MercoPress]
Costa Rica inaugurates new President Chinchilla
[Miami Herald]