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Daily International News 03.28.11

March 28, 2011

Daily International News
March 28, 2011

Northeast Asia
Japan
High-level radiation detected in trench outside Fukushima reactor building [Kyodo]
Ocean Spill Feared as Toxic Water Rises [WSJ]
U.S. helps clear vital Japan harbor [TWT]
China
UN asks China to release missing rights lawyer [AP]
In China, microblogging sites become free-speech platform [WaPo]
Amnesty: China and US among top punishers but death penalty in decline [Guardian]
Tibet marks 52nd anniversary of serfs’ emancipation, steers into faster growth [Xinhua]
Attempts to jeopardize Tibet’s stability, development are doomed to failure: official [Xinhua]
Koreas
N. Korean economic delegation arrives in New York [Yonhap]
North Korea’s Top Lawmaker Choe Leaves Pyongyang for U.K. Visit, KCNA Says [Bloomberg]
DPRK denounces UN human rights resolution [Xinhua]
S. Korean FM leaves for China for talks [Xinhua]
Seoul to shut problematic nuclear reactors after month-long tests [Yonhap]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Philippines to bolster watch in disputed Spratlys [AP]
Khmer Rouge jailer Duch appeals against conviction [BBC]

South/Central Asia
Cricket Diplomacy at World Cup May Smooth Tension Between India, Pakistan [Bloomberg]
Taliban claims to have kidnapped 50 Afghan police [TWT]
At Least 20 Deaths in Afghan suicide blast [Al Jazeera]
India wild tiger census shows population rise [BBC]

Middle East
Syria protests: Army on Latakia streets after 12 killed [BBC]
Yemen transfer talks stalled but deal within reach [Reuters]
Bahrain denies Kuwait to mediate in political crisis [Reuters]
Israel deploys new anti-missile system [WaPo]

Africa
Sunday shows: Clinton, Gates see success in Libya [TWT]
Libya raids hit Gaddafi hometown [BBC]
Libyan Rebel Gains Could Be Fleeting, U.S. Military Says [NYT]
Turkey offers to broker Libya ceasefire as rebels advance on Sirte [Guardian]
Egypt confirms legislative election in September [Reuters]
Egypt to lift emergency laws before September vote [AP]
Rumsfeld worries Brotherhood will hijack Egyptian revolution [TWT]
Ouattara Rejects New Ivory Coast Mediator [VOA]

Europe
UK austerity protest violence: 149 people charged [Guardian]
Merkel’s coalition digests painful election defeat [AP]
Italy PM Berlusconi in court for fraud trial [Reuters]

Americas
Israel asking Argentina if it stopped inquiry into Jewish centre bombings to appease Iran [CA]
Alan Gross likely focus of Carter Cuba trip [Reuters]
Honduras drops arrest warrants for ousted Manuel Zelaya [BBC]
Obama freezes out Chavez, while Iran comes courting [TWT]
Napolitano’s comments on border ‘wrong’ [TWT]

Domestic
Opinion: Obama failing as commander in chief [POLITICO]
Obama to Lay out His Case on Libya to Nation [ABC]
Obama rewarding local stations in battleground states with biggest ‘get’ in TV news [WaPo]
Opinion: Nuclear Crisis: It Could Happen Here [NYT]
The Republicans’ Hispanic problem [WaPo]
Fiscal Showdown Looms in Capitol [WSJ]
Wal-Mart Asks Supreme Court Not to Apply Class Action Lawsuit [WaPo]

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Daily International News 08.25.10

August 25, 2010

Daily International News
August 25, 2010

Northeast Asia
Carter lands in Pyongyang to bring home American
[AP]
Setting the mood for 6-nation talks
[Korea Herald]
Amid succession fears, Kim Jong-un rising to power
[Korea Times]
North Korea Denies Claims of Mistreating World Cup Soccer Team
[Bloomberg]
China’s top nuclear envoy to visit Japan on Sat.: sources
[Kyodo]
US to supply Taiwan air force radar equipment
[AP]
Chinese Airport Drew Safety Concerns Before Crash
[NYT]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Thailand delays Viktor Bout extradition
[BBC]
Khmer Rouge jailer Duch submits appeal
[BBC]
Australian PM contenders promise no early election
[AP]
Solomons Islands get new PM weeks after election
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Afghan driver kills Spanish officers, interpreter
[AP]
Indian parliament to vote on key nuclear bill
[AFP]
Pakistanis flee new monsoon floods in south
[BBC]

Middle East
Israel’s FM says no extending settlement slowdown
[AP]
50 dead in attacks targeting Iraqi security forces
[AP]
CIA sees increased threat from al-Qaeda in Yemen
[WaPo]
Iran says it test-fires new missile and is ready to sell arms to Lebanon
[AP]

Africa
Police: Plane crashes in west Congo, killing 19
[AP]
Train hits van in SAfrica; kills at least 9 kids
[AP]
Third day of fighting in Somalia’s capital kills 8
[AP]

Europe/UK
Greek FinMin: recession milder than forecast
[AP]
3 arrested in Moldova in uranium smuggling plot
[AP]
Europe steps up criticism of France’s Roma policy
[DW]
Ireland angered by S&P downgrade
[FT]
Body of suspected British spy found
[AP]
Camerons’ baby doing well, Downing Street says
[Guardian]

Americas
Canada intercepts two Russian bombers
[AP]
Dozens of bodies found at Mexico ranch
[BBC]
Argentine president moves to control newsprint
[AP]

Domestic
Primaries test establishment vs. outsiders in Florida, Arizona and Alaska
[WaPo]
DOJ will appeal stem-cell ruling
[Politico]
Obama’s anti-Semitism envoy vs. the ADL
[Salon]

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Daily International News 07.27.10

July 27, 2010

Daily International News
July 27, 2010

Northeast Asia
Wikileaks documents: N. Korea sold missiles to al-Qaeda, Taliban
[WaPo]
North Korean team slammed over World Cup failure
[Korea Herald]
Koreas mark truce, but drills underscore tensions
[AP]
Clinton comments, Korea drills roil US-China ties
[AP] and U.S. involvement will only complicate South China Sea issue [Xinhua]
China Three Gorges flooding set to peak
[BBC]
Move to Limit Cantonese on Chinese TV Is Assailed
[NYT]
Japan Panel to Propose Defense Policy Changes, Asahi Reports
[Bloomberg]

AfPak/Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan seeks $1bn in international aid pledges
[BBC]
WikiLeaks disclosures unlikely to change course of Afghanistan war
[WaPo]
Bin Laden among latest Wikileaks Afghan revelations
[BBC]
Afghanistan questions U.S. silence over Pakistan’s role
[Reuters]
NATO: 1 missing sailor killed in Afghanistan
[AP]

South/Southeast Asia
UK’s Cameron in India on mission to woo old ally
[AP]
Myanmar’s top military leader in India for talks
[AP] and Burma leader expects silence from India visit [BBC]
Convicted Khmer Rouge jailer Duch ‘will appeal’
[BBC]

Middle East [non-Iran related]
Audit: US can’t account for $8.7B in Iraqi funds
[AP]
Hamas leader says group considering Gaza draft
[AP]

Iran
Iran fuel imports nosedive as sanctions bite: source
[Reuters]
Iran ready to resume nuclear fuel swap talks
[Guardian]
Ahmadinejad says expects U.S. to attack MidEast soon
[Reuters]
Russia objects to EU Iran sanctions
[AP]
Germany must change for EU sanctions on Iran to have bite
[LAT]
Iran Air Force To Stage Weeklong Drill: Reports
[AFP]

Africa
UK to boost trade with Sudan despite rights concerns
[Reuters]
Group says suing UK over Congo conflict minerals
[Reuters]
African Union pledges to reinforce its Somalia force
[BBC]

Europe
EU Floats Serbia-Kosovo Talks Offer, Ratchets Up Iran Sanctions
[RFERL]
Serbia lawmakers vow never to recognize Kosovo
[AP]
Cameron ‘anger’ at slow pace of Turkish EU negotiations
[BBC]
PM Fillon says France “at war” with al Qaeda
[Reuters]
London celebrates 2-year countdown to 2012 Games
[AP]
Spain’s Catalonia expected to ban bullfights
[Reuters]

Americas/Domestic
Fugees singer Wyclef Jean could join Haiti’s presidential race
[Telegraph]
In Cuba, Revolution Day Without Castro at Podium
[NYT]
Arlington mismarked graves could be in the 1000s
[NYP]