Posts Tagged ‘BOJ’

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Daily International News 03.14.11

March 14, 2011

Daily International News
March 14, 2011

Northeast Asia
US pulls ships, aircraft from Japan nuke plant
[AP]
Japan Battles Nuclear Meltdown as Millions Without Power, Water
[Bloomberg]
Second Explosion at Reactor as Technicians Try to Contain Damage
[NYT]
Japan earthquake, tsunami death toll likely above 10,000; survivors worry about supplies
[WaPo]
Quake Moves Japan Closer to U.S. and Alters Earth’s Spin
[NYT]
BOJ pumps $183bn to calm markets as stocks tumble
[BBC]
China rules out faster yuan rise despite soaring prices
[BBC]
Chinese premier calls for political reform
[BBC]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Thailand: More ‘red-shirts’ released ahead of elections
[BBC]
Tear gas used on Christmas Island asylum protesters
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Pakistan court dodges decision on CIA contractor’s immunity
[Reuters]
Suicide attack on Afghan army centre kills at least 37
[Reuters]
Indian navy captures 61 pirates in Arabian Sea
[AP]

Middle East
Saudi sends troops, Bahrain Shi’ites call it “war”
[Reuters]
Israel to expand West Bank settlements in response to settler slayings
[WaPo]
Violent protests across Yemen, 3 soldiers dead
[Reuters]

Africa
Clinton Trip Boosts Egypt, Tunisia Democracy While Libya Waits
[Bloomberg]
France steps up efforts for Libya no-fly zone
[Reuters]
Libya gains control of more rebel territory
[WaPo]
Fighting breaks out in Ivory Coast Gbagbo stronghold
[Reuters]

Europe
Ruling Party Is Accused of Fraud in Russian Vote
[NYT]
Swiss suspend plans for new nuclear plants
[AP]

Domestic
Obama to Reiterate Call to Overhaul Bush-Era Education Law
[Bloomberg]
President Obama: We must seek agreement on gun reforms
[Arizona Star]
Who would lead the Democratic National Committee?
[WaPo]
‘Palin’s becoming Al Sharpton, Alaska edition’
[POLITICO]
Obama Owns The Treatment Of Manning Now [Atlantic]

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Daily International News 09.17.10

September 17, 2010

Daily International News
September 17, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
South Korea sends aid to North as reunions to resume
[Reuters]
Wen says N.K. leader called power succession ‘false rumor’: Carter
[Yonhap]
Lee chooses audit board boss to be prime minister
[JAIB]
China
China ‘moves drilling equipment’ into disputed waters
[BBC]
Geithner Calls China’s Yuan Gains ‘Too Slow,’ Urges More Action
[Bloomberg]
China’s Rise Complicates Goal of Using Less Energy
[NYT]
China approves Taiwan bank branches
[AP]
Japan
Bernanke Shadow of Easing Limits BOJ Success With Yen
[Bloomberg]
Japan’s new foreign minister gets tough on China
[AP]
Japan PM rejigs cabinet and juggles yen, debt and economy
[Reuters]

Southeast Asia
Government confirms 25 dead in Sri Lanka blast
[AP]
Sri Lanka court martial convicts Fonseka for corruption
[BBC]
Burma bars elections in ‘troubled’ areas
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Karachi shut down after killing of exile Imran Farooq
[BBC]
Once Wary, Obama Relies on Petraeus in Afghanistan
[NYT]
Karzai urges Afghans to vote, ignore Taliban
[AP]

Middle East
Oman: No plans to free 2 other Americans in Iran
[AP]
Israeli troops kill Hamas militant in West Bank
[AP]

Africa
Sudan holds first open debate on unity vs secession
[Reuters]
Kenyans held in Uganda over Kampala World Cup attack
[BBC]

Europe
Germany denies Merkel said would clear Roma camps
[Reuters]
New web address hints at Putin return to Kremlin
[Reuters]
Boeing signs $3.7bn Russian contract
[BBC]
Swiss gov’t rejects call to ban assisted suicide
[AP]
Chechen separatist Zakayev arrested in Poland
[AP]

UK
UK Police: 5 arrested in alleged threat to pope
[AP]
MI5 head warns of serious risk of UK terrorist attack
[BBC]
Labour leadership contenders clash over spending cuts
[BBC]
No 10 rejects Cable immigration cap ‘damage’ claim
[BBC]
Prescott to launch legal challenge to phone hack probe
[BBC]

Americas
Tropical Storm Karl becomes hurricane over Gulf
[BBC]
BP completes relief well in Gulf of Mexico
[CNN]

Domestic
Obama to Announce Warren’s Role in Consumer Agency
[Bloomberg]
Congress Enacting Most U.S. Laws Since ’60s Gets No Respect
[Bloomberg]
The ‘tea party’ gears up for 2012
[WaPo]
Wall Street ties are a major player in midterm election
[LAT]
After Delaware, G.O.P. Senate Takeover Appears Much Less Likely
[NYT]