Posts Tagged ‘censorship’

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Daily International News 08.18.10

August 18, 2010

Daily International News
August 18, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
Report: NKorea proposed summit talks with SKorea
[AP]
N.Korea producing badges of heir apparent: report
[AFP]
North Korean MiG jet crashes in China
[LAT] and Pilot Killed in China Crash Believed to Be Korean Defector [WSJ]
Tweets With North Korea May Breach Law, South Warns
[Bloomberg]
Hungary reveals North Korean debt request
[FT]
South Korea stages anti-terror drill
[BBC]

China/Taiwan
US opposes use of force in South China Sea dispute [AP]
China Defense Ministry refutes Pentagon’s China report
[Xinhua]
Taiwan-China trade deal passed by Taipei legislators
[BBC]
iPhone-maker rallies workers after China suicides
[AP]

Japan
Japan analysing damage to tanker in Hormuz Strait
[Reuters]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
White House: US to support UN inquiry in Myanmar
[AP] and U.S. supports creation of U.N. commission of inquiry into war crimes in Burma [WaPo]
Thai Groups Denounce Website Censorship
[WSJ]
Indonesia’s coral reefs dying at alarming rate
[AP]

South/Central Asia
WikiLeaks: Pentagon ready to discuss Afghan files
[AP]
Medvedev talks with Afghan, Pakistani leaders
[AP]
Pakistan aid ‘will not fall to extremists’
[BBC]
Pakistan floods: EU pledges 30m euro aid boost
[BBC]
India panel suggests tougher nuclear liability bill
[Reuters]
Three Indian U.N. peacekeepers killed in Congo attack
[Reuters]

Middle East
Israel hits suspected weapons manufacturing site
[CNN]
Netanyahu’s visit to Greece signals strategic rapprochement
[DW]
BlackBerry users eye alternatives as curbs loom
[AP]
Iraqi Leaders Fear for Future After Their Past Missteps
[NYT]
Ireland, North Korea’s ambassadors meet Ahmadinejad
[Tehran Times]

Africa
Sudan says will deport foreign NGO workers
[AP]
Workers plan further South Africa strike
[CNN]

Europe/UK
Nick Clegg promises to overhaul social mobility
[BBC]
UK HMRC staff sacked over race abuse
[BBC]
France Prepares to Deport Foreign Gypsies
[WSJ]
Germany charges ex-Rwandan mayor with genocide
[AP]

Americas
Lawmakers in Mexico to Debate Drug Fight
[NYT]
Brazil candidates begin daily election broadcasts
[BBC]
Haiti delays ruling on Wyclef Jean’s presidential run
[BBC]

Domestic
Some Republican figures urge candidates not to focus on Ground Zero mosque issue
[WaPo]
Obama remarks on mosque take root in races
[WashTimes]
Blagojevich Prosecutors to Retry After One Conviction
[Bloomberg]
Dr. Laura Says She’s Quitting Radio After N-Word Flap
[ABC]

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Daily International News 08.02.10

August 2, 2010

Daily International News
August 2, 2010

Northeast Asia
Hiroshima mayor, China activists win ‘Asian Nobel’
[AP]
US: NKorea sanctions to hit cash sources for nukes
[AP]
U.S. to announce new sanctions on N. Korea in several weeks
[Yonhap]

[Just] China
New Silk Road by China Binds Asia to Latin America
[Bloomberg]
China confirms promotion of Mao Zedong’s grandson
[AP]
From 07.30 Chinese censors take notice of Twitter-style blogs [LAT]
Chinese court rejects appeal from Tibetan environmentalist
[AP]
China’s Geely completes acquisition of Volvo
[AP]
Drunken man kills 11 in China tractor rampage
[AP]
From 07.31 Chinese activists speak out for jailed Uighur [AP]
Chinese businessman wants to buy Liverpool club
[AP]

Australia
Australia election set for neck-and-neck finish
[Reuters]
Row over Australia opposition plan to reopen Nauru camp
[BBC]

Central/South Asia
Afghans march in Kabul to denounce NATO strikes that killed civilians
[WaPo]
Suicide car bomb kills 6 kids in south Afghanistan
[AP]
From 08.01 Petraeus Resets Afghan Airstrike Rules [WSJ]
Troops kill 5 Kashmiri protesters as unrest grows
[AP]
Pakistan rescuers struggle in flood aftermath
[BBC]

Israel/Palestine
Blast in Gaza wounds 24 Palestinians
[Reuters]
‘One killed’ after rockets strike Jordan and Israel
[BBC]
Israel to take part in UN probe of flotilla raid
[AP]
Israel fears Turks could pass its secrets to Iran
[Reuters]
From 08.01 Obama letter to Palestinian leader included warning, PLO says [WaPo]

[Other] Middle East
BlackBerry services suspended in October
[The National]
From 08.01 Iran: 3 Americans should stand trial [AP]
Iran’s Ahmadinejad calls for TV debate with Obama
[Reuters]
Iran’s president now under attack by hardliners
[The National]
Shiite bloc suspends talks, undermining Maliki’s chances to remain Iraq’s leader
[WaPo]
Iraq’s July Death Toll Highest In 2 Years
[VOA] vs. Corrected copy: July 2010 casualties statistics [USF-IRAQ.gov]

Africa
Taylor seeks delay in Naomi Campbell testimony
[AP]
Somali pirates hijack cargo ship with 23 crew
[AP]
From 08.01 Niger’s markets are full yet famine shadows the dusty roads [Guardian]

Europe/UK
UK’s new security adviser to step down
[AP]
Cameron terrorism row: High Commissioner in Pakistan summoned to meeting
[Telegraph]
From 08.01 Dutch troops leave southern Afghanistan [CNN]
Russian police swarm another free-assembly protest
[LAT]
Russia declares emergency as wildfires kill 34
[Reuters]
Chechen terror leader appears to resign in video
[AP]

Americas
Castro says Cuba will allow more self-employed
[Reuters]
From 08.01 Brazil’s President Offers Asylum to Woman Facing Stoning in Iran [NYT]

Domestic
Obama Says as U.S. Combat Role Ends in Iraq, Sacrifices Won’t
[Bloomberg]
Hateful Ground Zero Hypocrisy
[Daily Beast]
MIT students helped WikiLeaks suspect, hacker says
[CNN]
RNC cancels Breitbart fundraiser
[CNN]