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Daily International News 01.26.11

January 26, 2011

Daily International News
January 26, 2011

Global
A Region’s Unrest Scrambles U.S. Foreign Policy
[NYT]

Northeast Asia
Koreas
South Korea proposes preliminary talks with North Korea
[CNN]
Kim Jong-un may travel solo to China: Source
[JoongAng]
Japan
Gov’t announces Japan-U.S. working group on expanding Okinawa base-sharing
[Mainichi]
Kan rejects idea of lower house dissolution for election
[Kyodo]
Toyota recalls 1.7m vehicles globally over ‘fuel leak’
[BBC]
Maehara angered by BBC show on A-bomb survivor
[Mainichi]
China
Chinese military to improve navigation systems
[Global Times]
Beijing airport security beefed up after Moscow bomb attack
[Global Times]
Macau’s Ho: Family feud over casino stake settled
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific/Central/South Asia
Christmas Island shipwreck: Indonesia arrests man
[BBC]
Afghan president inaugurates new parliament
[AP]

Middle East
Lebanon faction urges sit-ins against Hezbollah
[AP]
Ahmadinejad slams rivals in Iran power struggle
[Reuters]
Palestinian papers: Leaks threaten my life, Erekat says
[BBC]
The Palestinian Papers: The al-Madhoun assassination
[Al Jazeera]

Africa
Tunisia issues warrant for ousted leader, family members
[CNN]
Ivory Coast leader orders seizure of regional bank
[AP]
Egypt bans protests seeking end to Mubarak rule
[Reuters]
Gabon government abolishes opposition party
[AFP]
Terrorist gets life sentence for role in U.S. Embassy bombings in East Africa
[LAT]

Europe
Russian president fires police chief after bombing
[AP]
Putin says airport bomb not linked to Chechnya
[Reuters]
Britain rolls back some 9/11 security restrictions
[AP]
Prime minister’s questions: 26 January 2011 – video
[Guardian]
20% of UK graduates out of work
[Guardian]
Fears of trade war stalk Davos meeting
[Reuters]
Germany suspends payments to global health fund
[AP]
Ireland’s deficit-cutting budget passes key test
[AP]

Americas
Arizona busts Mexico gun-running network
[BBC]
Jude Celestin ‘to quit’ Haiti presidential election
[BBC]
Former Chilean president back in spotlight in UN role
[AP]
At least 20 killed in Colombia coal mine blast
[Reuters]

Domestic
Poll: High Marks for Obama’s State of the Union Speech
[CBS]
Obama Ushers In Era of Divided Government With Appeal for Unity, Progress
[Bloomberg]
What Lies Ahead for Obama
[POLITICO] and After speech Obama and Republicans eye budget battle [Reuters]
Giffords to Be Moved to Rehab Facility Wednesday Morn
[WSJ]
Lawmaker wants to set terms on U.N.
[TWT]
Illinois Supreme Court will hear Emanuel’s case
[WaPo]
Financial Crisis Was Avoidable, Inquiry Finds
[NYT]

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Daily International News 07.07.10

July 7, 2010

Daily International News
July 7, 2010

Northeast Asia
N. Korea threatens war if U.N. Security Council blames it for ship sinking
[Yonhap]
Aid group: NKorea jailed kin of currency reformers
[AP]
Japan Sets Group For Nuclear Deals
[WSJ]
China, Myanmar to promote energy, transport co-op: vice premier
[Xinhua]
China rules out option of dumping US debt
[FT]

South/Central Asia
NATO airstrike accidentally kills 5 Afghan troops
[AP]
Army presence soars amid deadly Kashmir protests
[AP]

Middle East
U.S. and Israel Shift Attention to Peace Process
[NYT]
Israel Offers Peace Steps, in U.S. and Mideast
[WSJ]
Israeli army: Gaza war troops to be disciplined
[WaPo]
Israel keeping flotilla ships until inquiry ends
[AP]
Yemeni court sentences 2 al-Qaida members to death
[AP]

Africa
Somalis in al-Shabab towns protest troop increase
[AP]
Kenya’s constitutional vote on sharia courts pits Muslims against Christians
[WaPo]
Rwanda summons South African ambassador over probe
[AFP]
Sudan renews press censorship: journalists
[AFP]
Fault disrupts Seacom internet cable to East Africa
[BBC]

Europe
Russian spy claims swap in works for spies in US
[AP]
Vatican to issue long-awaited sex abuse document
[AP]
French court hands Noriega 7-year prison term
[AP]
French probe allegations of secret Sarkozy funding
[AP]
Solar plane takes off for 24-hour test flight
[AP]

UK
British Troops to Hand Over to Americans in Afghan Hot Spot
[NYT]
U.K. to investigate detainee torture claims, PM announces
[CNN]
Britain marks 5th anniversary of terror attack
[AP]
World stock markets fall despite Wall Street gains
[AP]
‘Climategate’ inquiry mostly vindicates scientists
[AP]

Domestic
Lawmakers Oppose Canadian Pipeline
[NYT]
Obama bypassing Senate for new Medicare chief
[AP]
Obama Names Ford CEO Mulally, Disney CEO Iger to Export Council
[Bloomberg]

Americas
Venezuela captures alleged Colombian drug lord
[AP]
Mexico town evacuated as dam threatens to overflow
[BBC]