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Daily International News 11.08.10

November 8, 2010

Daily International News
November 8, 2010

POTUS Asia Trip
Obama’s almost empty promise to India
[FP]
Obama supports adding India as a permanent member of U.N. Security Council
[WaPo]
Obama, Singh Pledge Deeper Economic Ties, Differ on Pakistan
[Bloomberg]
Obama skips Peace Prize winners’ meeting in Japan
[AP]
Obama’s China Ambush
[Daily Beast]

Northeast Asia
Clinton back on US soil after marathon Asia tour
[AP]
China/Taiwan
US drops call for trade surplus target amid dollar spat with China
[BBC]
UK government and business in push for China trade
[BBC]
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei in UK rights plea
[BBC]
Samuelson Op-ed: As G-20 summit nears, China is unlikely to budge on currency
[WaPo]
China maintains pressure over QE
[FT]
Taiwan judges on corruption charges
[BBC]
Koreas
North Korea’s premier travels to Chinese port city of Dalian: sources
[Yonhap]
N. Korea confirms death of sailor in last year’s naval gunfight with S. Korea
[Yonhap]
SKorean police arrest 4 people over G-20 protests
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Burma
What’s Next for Burma Opposition After Elections?
[Time]
Myanmar army-backed parties set to sweep rare poll
[Reuters]
10,000 refugees flee Myanmar post-vote fighting
[AP]
Burmese election monitored by North Korean diplomats
[FP]
Indonesia
Many flee Indonesia volcano amid fears of eruption
[AP]
Australia
U.S. to Increase Asia Military Presence, Australia Defense Ties
[Bloomberg]
Qantas makes more checks over A380 engine ‘anomalies’
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Taliban Seek to Sway U.S. Congress With ‘Open Letter’
[WSJ]

Middle East
Iraq Leaders Meet in Erbil in Bid to Break Eight-Month Deadlock
[Bloomberg]
Israel moves ahead with new east Jerusalem housing
[AP]
Netanyahu Asks Biden to Press Iran on Nuclear Program
[Bloomberg]
Radical Yemeni cleric calls for killing Americans
[AP]
White House considers Yemen drone strikes, officials say
[LAT]

Africa
Nigerian militants seize workers from oil rig
[BBC]
Moroccan police dismantle W.Sahara camp
[AFP]

Europe
EU visits Dublin as worries mount
[BBC]
Italian Leader Urged to Resign by Former Ally
[NYT]
Second Russian reporter attacked
[BBC]
Cameron hails ‘revolutionary’ Whitehall data website
[BBC]
BNP constitution battle returns to court
[BBC]
Former UK MP Woolas makes fresh effort to overturn ban from politics
[BBC]
UK Catholics say 5 Anglican bishops converting
[AP]
Hostages taken at BMW offices in France – police
[BBC]

Americas
Cuban dissident backs off hunger strike threat
[AP]
Cholera may have reached Haitian capital, says doctor
[BBC]
20 killed over weekend in Mexican border city
[AP]

Domestic
Republicans May Increase U.S. House Lead in Undecided Races
[Bloomberg]
Obama opens door for talks with GOP on tax-cut extension
[WaPo]
Are hopes dimming on repeal of ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’?
[WaPo]
MSNBC ends suspension of host Keith Olbermann
[WaPo]
Cheney angered by Bush decision on Scooter Libby pardon
[BBC]
Chile miner Edison Pena completes New York City Marathon
[BBC]

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Daily International News 10.01.10

October 1, 2010

Happy October! Now for the news…

Daily International News
October 1, 2010

Northeast Asia
G20 Summit
G20 Seoul Summit ‘May Test Relations with New N.Korean Leadership’
[Chosun Ilbo]
Asian leaders to pressure EU over IMF seats
[EU Observer]
Koreas
What Group Photo Says About New N.Korean Power Elite
[Chosun Ilbo]
Korean families will meet at Mt. Geumgang this month
[Korea Times]
U.N. humanitarian chief considering N. Korea visit
[Mainichi]
Korean Parliament Approves New Prime Minister
[Chosun Ilbo]
China/Japan
China launches Moon mission
[BBC]
Geithner Plays Down Risk of Trade Battle With China Over Yuan
[Bloomberg]
Japan PM urges China to act responsibly
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Purported bin Laden message focuses on relief issues
[CNN]
Dozens of NATO oil tankers attacked in Pakistan
[AP]
Holbrooke doubts Pakistan border will stay closed
[AP]
U.S. tense over Pakistan
[WaPo]

Middle East
Aides: Iraqi Shiite cleric backs al-Maliki
[AP]
Obama envoy in shuttle to save Middle East talks
[Reuters]
U.S. Presses Israelis on Renewal of Freeze
[NYT]
Iraq breaks record for longest time with no government
[WaPo]
Yemen: U.S. has carried out airstrikes in Yemen
[CNN]

Africa
Explosions kill at least 7 near Nigeria ceremony
[AP]
Rwanda: UN Report to Accuse Rwanda Army of DRC Massacres
[All Africa]
6 foreign hostages freed in Cameroon
[AP]

Europe/UK
Eurozone unemployment stuck at 10.1% in August
[BBC]
Ireland to bail out 3 banks, costing billions and renewing fears over deficit
[WaPo]
Amanda Knox faces preliminary slander hearing
[Reuters]
Ukraine’s pro-Russian president gets new powers
[AP]
BMW to recall 350,000 luxury cars
[BBC]
Paris female trouser ban one step closer to being abolished
[Telegraph]

Americas/Domestic
‘No pardon’ for Ecuador rebels, says President Correa
[BBC]
Standoff in Ecuador Ends With Leader’s Rescue
[NYT]
Republican Pledge to Freeze Spending Poses Deep Budgetary Cuts
[Bloomberg]
Government issues tighter rules for deep-water drilling
[LAT]