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Daily International News 09.12.11

September 12, 2011

Daily International News
September 12, 2011

Northeast Asia
Japan
Japan marks 6 months since earthquake, tsunami
[Mainichi]
Edano named Japan’s new trade minister
[AP]
Civic Paralysis Seizes Tsunami-Stricken Town Still in Shambles
[NYT]
Koreas
UN nuke agency meets on Iran, Syria, NKorea, Japan
[AP]
WFP captures heartbreak of North Korean hunger
[CNN]
S. Korea to ask foreign countries not to invest in Mt. Geumgang
[Korea Times]
S. Korean maestro leaves for Pyongyang on music projects
[Yonhap]
China
Secret Bid to Arm Qaddafi Sheds Light on Tensions in China Government
[NYT]
China trade figures highlight global divide
[FT]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
US envoy meets Myanmar’s Suu Kyi
[Kyodo]
Report: Myanmar to proceed with controversial dam
[AP]
Troops sent after deadly clashes in Indonesia’s Ambon
[BBC]
Australian PM stands by asylum swap plan
[Al Jazeera]

South/Central Asia
Abducted US nationals freed in Pakistan
[The Express Tribune]
UN pledges aid for Pakistan flood victims
[Al Jazeera]
NATO: 77 U.S. troops injured after Taliban hit Afghan coalition base
[CNN]
Minister-Counselor to Karzai: Afghan Concerns over U.S. Staying Power
[CFR]
India’s industrial output growth slowest since ’09
[AFP]

Middle East
Erdogan due in Egypt for ‘Arab Spring’ tour
[Al Jazeera]
Egypt activists condemn revival of emergency law
[Reuters]
Palestinians See a Friendly UN for Statehood, Unswayed by U.S.
[Bloomberg]
Syrian opposition to unveil national council in few days
[Xinhua]
Russia resists Syria sanctions, U.N. says 2,600 dead
[Reuters]
Gulf states condemn Syria ‘killing machine’
[Al Jazeera]
Israel Reels Over Rifts With Allies
[WSJ]
Egypt, Israel seek normality after embassy storming
[Reuters]

Africa
Raid on Egyptian Al Jazeera Affiliate Seen as Part of a Broader Crackdown
[NYT]
One of Qaddafi’s Sons Flees to Niger as New Leaders Focus on Next Steps
[NYT]
Somali troops retake town after rebel raid
[Reuters]
Somali Gunmen Attack British Tourists in Kenya
[NYT]
Kenya fire: Nairobi pipeline blaze ‘kills 100’
[BBC]
S Africa’s Malema found guilty of hate speech
[Al Jazeera]

Europe
Putin meets with Cameron in first meeting with UK in four years
[AP]
Explosion at French nuclear site of Marcoule
[BBC]
4 terror suspects arrested in Sweden
[CNN]
Germany’s euro question
[Economist]
Europe’s Markets Slump
[WSJ]

Americas
Richardson rebuffed in effort to free Alan Gross
[WaPo]
Polls close in Guatemalan presidential election
[CNN]
Mexico rescues seven oil workers drifting on life raft
[BBC]

Domestic
Global Memorials of 9/11, Tinged With Weariness
[NYT]
America Mourns Sept 11 Dead With Somber Ceremonies
[TPM]
Obama to Send Congress $447B Jobs Package
[Bloomberg]
Woodward: In Cheney’s memoir, it’s clear Iraq’s lessons didn’t sink in
[WaPo]
6 things to watch in Monday’s debate
[POLITICO]
Perry vs. Romney vs. Huntsman on jobs
[WaPo]
Tim Pawlenty Endorses Mitt Romney, Joins Campaign As Co-Chair
[TPM]
Democrats Could Lose Anthony Weiner’s Seat Tuesday
[TPM]

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Daily International News 11.11.10

November 11, 2010

Daily International News
November 11, 2010

G20
Obama’s G-20 Misfire
[Daily Beast]
Pessimism pervades as G20 leaders show sharp split
[AP]
Koreans Should Take Pride in the G20 Summit
[Chosun]

Northeast Asia
Koreas
Obama Speech Marks Shift on North Korea
[NYT]
North Korea Exports $100 Million a Year in Arms, UN Report Says
[Bloomberg]
Pritchard reports work on NKorea’s Yongbyon building
[JoongAng]
N. Korea proposes talks on Mount Kumgang on Nov. 19: ministry
[Yonhap]
South Korea, U.S. fail to resolve trade deal row
[Reuters]
China
China’s monitoring of activists surges post-Nobel
[AP]
Obama: US, China relationship stronger
[AP] and China, U.S. presidents agree to further boost ties [Xinhua]
China inflation jumps to 25-month high in October
[AP]
Mounting inflation pressure tests Chinese policy makers
[Xinhua]

Southeast Asia
Burma court rejects Suu Kyi appeal
[BBC]
Australia refugee law case trumps government policy
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
India for UNSC: Pakistan cabinet criticises US support
[India Times]
Pirates hijack ship near India with 31 crew aboard
[AP]
Reports: Bomb rocks Pakistan’s largest city
[AP]
U.K. Commander Offers Different Afghan Timetable
[WSJ]
Audio recording reveals fraud in Afghan election
[AP]

Middle East
Iraq deadlock ends, al-Maliki to stay on as PM
[AP]
U.S. Blocks Iran’s Bid for a U.N. Board Seat
[NYT]
Iran accuses IAEA of leaking information to US
[AP]
Clinton seeks ‘way forward’ in stalled Mid-East talks
[BBC]
Hamas and Fatah fail to reach agreement
[Reuters]

Africa
Emergency polio campaign in 3 African nations
[AP]
Five Somalis deny US piracy charges
[BBC]
Tropical disease kills 300 in Southern Sudan
[AP]

Europe
ANALYSIS-UN watchdog may struggle to cope with atom revival
[Reuters]
Russian ‘double agent’ named by Moscow newspaper
[BBC]
Iceland investigates possible US embassy spying
[AP]
Italy rivals fail to break political deadlock
[Reuters]
Michelle Obama honors US troops in Germany
[AP]

UK
Facing austerity, Britain proposes cuts in welfare and education
[NYT]
UK PM calls for prosecutions after violent demo
[AP]
Nick Clegg regrets signing anti-tuition fees pledge
[BBC]
Britain to Tape Traders’ Cell Phones to Fight Fraud
[NYT]

Americas/Domestic
Foreign media ‘focus too much on Mexico drug violence’
[BBC]
Kerry says December looks good for New START
[FP]
Sources: Pentagon group finds there is minimal risk to lifting gay ban during war
[WaPo]
F.D.A. Unveils Proposed Graphic Warning Labels for Cigarette Packs
[NYT]
White House Gives In On Bush Tax Cuts
[HuffPo]
Rifle squad honors vets with 57,000 goodbyes
[AP]
A Careless Man: What the Bush Memoir Reveals
[Time]
Christine O’Donnell fighting ‘late night terrorism’ from Bill Maher
[WaPo]
Michele Bachmann drops leadership bid
[Politico]

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Daily International News 10.20.10

October 20, 2010

Daily International News
October 20, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
Seoul Arrests Alleged N. Korean Spy
[NYT]
South Korea says open to calls for six-party talks
[Reuters]
South Korea calls on North to honour nuclear deal
[Reuters]
Reporters Without Borders Annual Press Freedom Report puts NKorea 177 out of 178′
[RFERL] [link to report here]

China
China’s Xi lambasted Lee’s North policy
[JoongAng]
China Seeks to Block U.N. Report on Darfur, Diplomats Say
[Reuters]
Tibetan students protest use of Chinese in classes
[AP]
US inquiry into China rare earth shipments
[BBC] and China denies reports of rare earth export quota cut [Xinhua]
China prepares for first census in 10 years
[AP]
China’s Move May Push Capital Controls in Asia
[WSJ]
Southern China braces for deadly typhoon
[AP]

Japan
Japan’s empress, 76, says she’s slowing down
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Toll in Karachi bloodshed rises to 33
[Dawn]
Afghanistan annuls nearly a quarter of ballots
[AP]
Taliban Elite, Aided by NATO, Join Talks for Afghan Peace
[NYT]
Systemic failures led to Afghanistan suicide attack, CIA says
[WaPo]

Middle East
Iran to try US hikers accused of spying in November
[BBC]
In Qom, Iran’s supreme leader Khamenei aims to cement leadership over clerics
[CSM]
Kuwait drama stirs debate on Gulf Arab ties to Iran
[Reuters]
Roadside Bombing in Iraq Strikes Convoy Carrying U.N. Diplomat
[NYT]
Iraq auctions off three major gas fields
[Reuters]

Africa
Africa: Continent Fails to Benefits From Foreign Trade
[All Africa]
British aid worker kidnapped in Somalia freed
[AP]
Ethiopia using aid to suppress dissent: rights group
[AFP]

Europe
UK government stakes its future on austerity plan
[AP]
French police break blockades at three oil depots
[BBC]
Embattled Zapatero shuffles Spanish cabinet
[CNN]
Czech neo-Nazis jailed for Roma attack
[BBC]
Italian court keeps block on Vatican Bank funds
[Reuters]
Pope names D.C. archbishop, 23 others to be new cardinals
[WaPo]

Americas
Dilma Rousseff seems back on track and leads with 51% vote intention
[MercoPress]
Colombia tries to stop rebels from getting nuclear arms
[BBC]
Canadian Commander Videotaped Murders
[NYT]

Domestic
Military Can’t Enforce ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ During Appeal
[Bloomberg]
GOP in Lead in Final Lap
[WSJ]
President Obama to stop by ‘The Daily Show’
[WaPo]
Obama Heads West Aiming to Defend Democratic Hold on Key States
[Bloomberg]
Clarence Thomas’s Wife Asks Anita Hill for Apology
[NYT]
Bank of America Accused of Racketeering in Foreclosure Lawsuit
[Bloomberg]
Microsoft Agrees to Unbundle Software in Deal With NYC
[NYT]