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Daily International News 09.28.11

September 28, 2011

Daily International News
September 28, 2011

Northeast Asia
Japan
DPJ divided over whether to resume operations at nuclear power plants, build new facilities
[Mainichi]
Koreas
North Korea ‘Intent’ on Engaging in Proliferation, Treasury Undersec. Says
[Bloomberg]
North Korea unlikely to give up nuclear arms, outgoing British ambassador says
[Telegraph]
N. Korean vice FM urges U.S. be more proactive for talks
[Yonhap]
Kim Jong Un marks 1 year as N. Korea heir, ranking up to 3rd
[Kyodo]
Scott Snyder: DPRK-China Ties Discourage Reform
[Atlantic]
Russia Wary of Guaranteeing Pipeline Through N.Korea
[Chosun]
SKorean military hit by 2,770 hacking attempts
[AP]
China/Taiwan
China currency vote puts pressure on White House
[POLITICO]
China opposes attempts to internationalize South China Sea disputes
[Xinhua]
China: Taiwan arms sale will disrupt US exchanges
[AP]
Taiwan’s Soong: Beijing does not want me to run
[AP]
In Taiwan military, Chinese spy stirs unease
[WaPo]
News conference held on China’s first space-docking procedure
[Xinhua]
US urges China on Tibetan rights after monks’ protest
[BBC]
China authorities under fire after subway crash
[Reuters]

South/Central Asia
Adm. Mullen’s words on Pakistan come under scrutiny
[WaPo]
UN: Clashes, bombings on rise in Afghanistan
[AP]

Middle East
U.N. committee to take up Palestinian bid Friday
[POLITICO]
Europe and US condemn Israel settlement plans
[Al Jazeera]
Yemenis protest again, tribesmen shoot down plane
[Reuters]
Bahrain upholds life sentences for Shia activists
[BBC]
West drops immediate Syria sanctions demand at UN
[Al Jazeera]
Nuclear engineer assassinated in central Syria
[AP] 
Kurdish lawmakers end boycott of Turkish parliament
[AP]

Africa
Egypt sentences former information minister
[Al Jazeera]
Libya’s NTC thinks Gaddafi hiding near Algeria
[Reuters]
Anti-Gadhafi commander killed in loyalist bastion
[AP]
Deadly crackdown on protests in Guinea
[Al Jazeera]
UN reports gains in fight against Somalia’s famine
[AP] 
France rejects Rwanda’s Habyarimana extradition bid
[BBC]

Europe
Russia’s Putin faces warnings of crisis
[Reuters]
Ukraine ex-premier’s lawyer asks court to free her
[AP]
Kosovo-Serbia talks off after renewed clashes
[BBC]
NATO reinforces tense Kosovo border crossing
[Reuters]
Irish presidency election: nominations to close
[BBC]
Shrien Dewani’s South Africa extradition approved by UK home sec.
[BBC]
Amanda Knox cautious about appeal verdict, sister says
[BBC]
Expanded Euro Bailout Fund Clears Hurdle
[NYT]
Barroso: Greece will remain in the eurozone
[Al Jazeera]

Americas
Five severed heads left outside Mexican school
[BBC]
More resignations over Bolivia road row
[Al Jazeera]
Chile students agree to education reform talks
[BBC]

Domestic
US fugitive hijacker caught after 41 years
[Al Jazeera]
Supercommittee operating in secret
[POLITICO]
US tries to block release of bin Laden images
[Al Jazeera]
Defiant Team Perry’s plan: Hit harder
[POLITICO]
Christie Again Rebuffs Pleas For Presidential Run
[TPM]
Michael Moore likes Jon Huntsman 2012: From the Dept. of Unhelpful Praise
[POLITICO]
Amazon’s Kindle Fire tabled unveiled (live blog)
[WaPo]
Deaths in US listeria outbreak
[Al Jazeera]
E. coli scare prompts Tyson to recall ground beef
[AP]

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Daily International News 12.02.10

December 2, 2010

Daily International News
December 2, 2010

WikiLeaks
FP’s New WikiLeaks Site: Welcome to WikiLeaked! [FP]
Media in China, Arab Middle East suppressing WikiLeaks coverage
[WaPo]
U.S. initiates post-WikiLeaks security crackdown
[Reuters]
Wikileaks: Sri Lanka’s Rajapaksa blamed for killings
[BBC]
Cables show US envoy warned of bribes in Bout arms case [AP]
Blunt and Blustery, Putin Responds to State Department Cables on Russia [NYT]
Amazon.com stops hosting WikiLeaks on its servers
[WaPo]
Assange’s legal options narrow
[AP]

Northeast Asia
China/Taiwan
China says North Korea ties survived “tempests”
[Reuters]
China condemns US-Japan exercises
[FT] and China Decries Naval Drills as Obstacle to Easing Korean Tensions [Bloomberg]
China says good Norway ties “hard” after dissident’s Nobel
[Reuters]
Ai Weiwei blocked from leaving China to attend Nobel ceremony
[Telegraph]
US, China move closer on key climate issue
[AP]
Taiwan’s Chen begins serving graft sentence
[AP]

Koreas
US announces talks with Japan, SKorea on NKorea
[AFP]
IAEA worried about North Korea, U.S. suspects more sites
[Reuters]
SKoreans dismissed intel North might attack island
[AP]
South Korea Readies for Artillery Drills on Disputed Sea Border
[Bloomberg]
Satellite images suggest N.Korea casualties: lawmaker
[AFP]

Southeast/Central Asia
Malaysia: Facebook ‘used to recruit female drug mules’ [BBC]
Clinton: US will consider keeping Kyrgyzstan base
[AP]

Middle East
U.N. nuclear chief steps up pressure over Syria site
[Reuters]
IAEA laments lack of Iran cooperation before talks
[Reuters]
Israel to blame for “collapse” of talks – Abbas aide
[Reuters]
Hamas leader sets out conditions for peace with Israel
[SMH]

Africa
Sudan: Abyei Bracing for a ‘Bad Christmas’
[All Africa]
Donors pledge 3.55 bln dollars for east Sudan
[AFP]
Nigeria ‘to charge Dick Cheney’ over alleged bribery
[AFP]
Côte d’Ivoire: Electoral Commission Misses Deadline
[All Africa]
Ivory Coast election: Alassane Ouattara office attacked
[BBC]

Europe
Russia selected as 2018 World Cup host
[AP]
Greek police clash with students at British embassy
[Reuters]

Americas/Domestic
Cuba begins public debate on economic reforms
[BBC]
Pentagon leaders meet on ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ study
[WaPo]
Administration reverses offshore drilling policy in eastern gulf, Atlantic
[WaPo]
From 12/1 Colin Powell joins push on New Start nuclear treaty [BBC]
House votes Thursday on Rangel censure
[WaPo]