Posts Tagged ‘david miliband’

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Daily International News 08.06.10

August 6, 2010

Daily International News
August 6, 2010

Northeast Asia

Japan
Japanese tanker damaged by terrorist attack, says UAE coast guard
[The National]

Survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Attacks Call for Nuclear-Free World
[ABC]
US attends first Hiroshima atomic bomb anniversary
[BBC]
Witness – My Japanese grandparents’ silence over the A-bomb
[Reuters]

China/Taiwan
Kadeer Editorial: China’s Uighur Oppression Continues
[WSJ]

Chinese mainland and Taiwan agree to resume suspended flights
[Xinhua]
China flood fears along North Korea border
[BBC]
China Foxconn factory confirms another worker death
[BBC]

Koreas
N.Korean leader’s son to join party leadership
[AFP]

Editorial: Terror list conundrum over North Korea
[Asia Times]
SKorea: Afghan guards faked attack on SKorean base
[AP]

SE Asia/Pacific
Cambodia to sign deal with Iran
[Straits Times]

Indonesia volcano spews lava, gas; 4 feared dead
[AP]
Philippines airport bomb kills two, wounds governor
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Flood relief flights grounded in Pakistan
[AP]
Flash floods kill 103 in Indian-held Kashmir
[AP]
Anger at Zardari Grows as Pakistan Battles Floods
[NYT]
‘Coalition forces deeply regret civilian loss of life’
[The International News]
India hints at Pakistan role in Kashmir unrest
[Reuters]

Middle East
Saddam Hussein deputy Tariq Aziz calls for US forces to stay in Iraq
[Guardian]
Iranian Lawyer, Seeking Asylum, Surfaces in Turkey
[WSJ]
Saudi Arabia begins Blackberry ban, users say
[BBC]

Africa
Rwanda: South Africa Recalls Ambassador
[All Africa]
Naomi Campbell’s “dirty” diamonds given to South Africa police
[Reuters]

Europe
Poland’s new pro-European president is sworn in
[AP]
Lockerbie Release Flawed
[WSJ]

Russia, Crippled by Drought, Bans Grain Exports
[NYT]
Planes diverted, offices close as Moscow chokes
[Reuters]
Italy PM to seek Sept confidence vote, resign if loses
[Reuters]

UK
David Cameron and Pakistan’s Asif Ali Zardari show united front on terrorism
[Guardian]
70 peers back David Miliband for Labour leadership
[Guardian]
Watchdog asked to investigate claims Nick Clegg misled parliament
[Guardian]
Sinn Féin to hold talks with political wing of Real IRA
[Guardian]

Americas
Wyclef Jean says he will run for president of Haiti
[CNN]
Cuba demands removal from U.S. terror list
[McClatchy]

Domestic
Economy sputters as companies add only 71,000 jobs in July
[WaPo]
Kagan to Be Sworn in as 112th Court Justice Tomorrow
[Bloomberg]

Romer Resigns in Second Exit for Obama Economy Team
[Bloomberg]
Military ordered to stay off WikiLeaks
[WashTimes]

Unanimous Senate OKs $600M for border
[WashTimes]
AP Exclusive: CIA whisked detainees from Gitmo
[AP]

AP Exclusive: New al-Qaida leader knows US well
[AP]
Obama Fed Pick Diamond Referred Back to White House by Senate
[Bloomberg]
US envoy: Climate talks slipping backward
[AP]

Opponents of same-sex marriage to file appeal in California case
[CNN]

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Daily International News 05.18.10

May 18, 2010

Daily International News
May 18, 2010

Japan/Koreas
Announcement possible as North Korea recalls parliament
[Reuters]
Poor weather halts Japan’s Venus mission
[BBC]

China
China welcomes Iran nuclear fuel swap deal
[Reuters]
Factbox: Ties binding China and Iran
[Reuters]
China to buy 7 Brazil transmission firms – reports
[Reuters]
1 dead, 5 wounded in latest China rampage attack
[AP]
Chinese tycoon jailed for graft
[AFP]
Zhang Ziyi stars as AIDS patient in new China film
[AP]

Thailand
Thai government dismisses talks to end deadly protests
[Reuters]
Thai govt says no peace talks unless protests end
[AP]

AfPak
Twelve killed by bicycle bomb in Pakistan
[Reuters]
Taliban suicide bomb hits NATO convoy, kills 18
[AP]

Middle East
Iran hopeful world powers will accept nuclear deal
[AP]
France frees man who killed Iran’s last premier
[AP]
Saudi forces rescue two German girls held in Yemen
[Reuters]

Africa
Malawi: Judge convicts gay couple
[AP]

UK
UK Parliament to meet for 1st time since election
[AP]
The battle of the Miliband brothers
[Guardian]
EU nations override UK on hedge fund rules
[AP]
Police crackdown on hate crime across London
[BBC]

Europe
Russian tycoon Khodorkovsky declares hunger strike
[AP]
Russian mine boss resigns after Putin rebuke
[Reuters]
Greece gets first 14.5 bln euros of EU rescue loans
[AFP]

Americas/Domestic
Review Cites Flaws in U.S. Antimissile Program
[NYT]
BP says more oil contained, U.S. to probe spill
[Reuters]
Two U.S. senators in jeopardy on big day of voting
[Reuters]
Microsoft Hotmail upgrade targets Gmail and Yahoo
[BBC]
Google set for probes on data harvesting
[FT]

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NEWS: Afternoon Int’l News Roundup 10.23.09

October 23, 2009

East Asia

N Korea human rights ‘abysmal’ [BBC]

Japan FM: US Marine base should stay on Okinawa [WP]

–Funny picture of Okada and Mullen comparing hand size on this article.

AfPak

NATO agrees need to boost effort to Afghan transition [Reuters]

Refusing runoff would be ‘insulting democracy,’ Karzai says [CNN]

Middle East

Iran fails to accept U.N.-drafted nuclear deal [Reuters]

Israel/Palestine

Israel asks UN chief to nix Gaza war crimes report [AFP]

EU/UK

Economists revolt over surprise recession data [Times of London]

David Miliband set to sink Tony Blair’s hopes of EU presidency [Evening Standard]

Czechs, NATO back new US missile defense plan [WP]

Americas

U.S. Arrests Hundreds in Raids on Drug Cartel [NYT]

Honduras talks collapse again over Zelaya’s return [WP]