Posts Tagged ‘england’

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Daily International News 08.09.11

August 9, 2011

Daily International News
August 9, 2011

Northeast Asia
Japan
Nagasaki remembers A-bomb, US sends representative
[AP]
Japan to lift some nuclear evacuation advisories
[AP]
Japan Held Nuclear Data, Leaving Evacuees in Peril
[NYT]
LDP demands PM explain mysterious donations to political group
[Mainichi]
Koreas
North Korea says no way to opening up, or reform
[Reuters]
U.S. requests North Korea talks on war remains: report
[Reuters]
NKorea: Tropical storm causes casualties, damage
[AP]
China/Taiwan
Ai Weiwei resumes China criticism in Twitter messages
[BBC]
Defense Ministry says PLA’s operation in south China routine drill
[Xinhua]
China says it was targeted in 500,000 cyberattacks
[AP]
The first aircraft carrier hotel in China
[Xinhua]
China Inflation Quickening to 6.5% Limits Policy Response to Global Crisis
[Bloomberg]
Taiwan opposition says computers hacked by Chinese
[AP]
Taiwanese man sentenced on espionage charges
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Saudi beheading fuels backlash in Indonesia
[WaPo]
Indonesia’s Muhammad Nazaruddin arrested in Colombia
[BBC]
World Bank blocks Cambodia loans amid Boeung Kak row
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
With war crimes heat on, Sri Lanka’s Rajapaksa goes to China
[Reuters]
Clashes erupt in Indian capital during anti-graft protest
[Reuters]
Obama pledges to press on in Afghan war
[Reuters]

Middle East
Syrian death toll rises as Arab states protest
[Guardian]
Syria calls on Turkey, Gulf countries to reconsider their stands: paper
[Xinhua]
Turkish foreign minister meets Syria’s Assad
[Al Jazeera]
Israel sends drones over Mediterranean gas fields
[AP]
Iraq’s Qaeda asks ex-fighters to return, threatens attacks
[Reuters]
Lebanon reports back to tribunal on Hariri probe
[Reuters]
Gunmen kill soldier in Yemen’s southern city Aden
[Reuters]

Africa
Rebels in captured town plan push towards Tripoli
[Reuters]
NATO dismisses report of Libyan civilian casualties in air strikes
[Xinhua]
Somalia famine: WFP begins 800-ton airlift of food
[AP]
Somalia offers al-Shabab amnesty
[Al Jazeera]

Europe
Further riots in London as violence spreads across England
[BBC]
UK PM recalls Parliament for London riot crisis
[AP]
Cargo plane crash kills 11 in Russian far east
[Reuters]

Domestic
Obama plan: Destroy Romney
[POLITICO]
Rick Perry to make 2012 intentions clear Saturday
[POLITICO]
Bachmann brushes off ‘wild-eyed’ photo
[POLITICO]
Stock markets bounce ahead of Fed meeting
[LAT]
New curfew for Philly teens as mayor blasts flash mobs
[LAT]
Republican control at stake in Wisconsin recall elections
[LAT]

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Daily International News 05.12.11

May 12, 2011

Daily International News
May 12, 2011

Northeast Asia
Koreas
U.S. envoy on N. Korean human rights seeking visit to Pyongyang
[Yonhap]
American detained in NKorea speaks to family
[AP]
North Korea Spurns 2012 Nuclear Summit as “Ridiculous”
[GSN]

Human Rights Commissioner Apologizes to N.Korean Defectors
[Chosun]
NATO strike damages North Korean embassy: Libyan TV
[Reuters]
China
New Tibetan leader open to talks with China
[AP]

China arrests 40 suspected child traffickers
[AP]
China unofficial Christian churches petition ministers
[BBC]
Down-Under Hypocrites Bet All on China’s Boom: William Pesek
[Bloomberg]
China Orders Banks to Set Aside More Cash
[Bloomberg]
Japan
Lawmakers US military plans in Japan unaffordable
[AP]

Fukushima reactor water leak risks delaying crisis plan
[Reuters]
Experts: Early warnings mitigated Japan disaster
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Thailand: Two ‘red-shirts’ leaders returned to jail
[BBC]
‘People smuggler’ charged over Christmas Island tragedy
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Exclusive: PM Gilani Warns of ‘Trust Deficit’ Between U.S. and Pakistan
[TIME]
Bin Laden death ‘not an assassination’ – Eric Holder
[BBC]

Bin Laden Journal Detailing Plans for Attacks Said to Be Recovered in Raid
[Bloomberg]
U.S. attacks militants in Pakistan as bin Laden pressure grows
[Reuters]
Even in Death, Bin Laden Exacts Multitrillion-Dollar Toll on U.S. Taxpayer
[Bloomberg]
Pakistani Is Seeking Inquiry On U.S. Raid
[NYT]
Indian PM Manmohan Singh visits Afghanistan for talks
[BBC]
India backs Afghan aims to reconcile with Taliban
[AP]

Middle East
Yemeni forces open fire on protesters
[Al Jazeera]
Security forces target Bahrain medics
[Al Jazeera]
Deaths reported as tanks shell Syrian cities
[Al Jazeera]  
Syria protests: Thousands of students rally in Aleppo
[BBC]
Iraqi lawmaker survives assassination attempt
[AP]

Africa
After nearly 2 weeks out of sight, Gadhafi appears on Libyan TV
[CNN]
Cameron invites Libya rebels to open office in UK
[BBC]

Libya Rebels Advance Toward Brega After Taking Control of Misrata Airport
[Bloomberg]
NATO air strikes hit Gaddafi compound in Tripoli
[Reuters]
Ugandan president sworn in as thousands welcome rival
[AFP]
400,000-plus women raped in Congo yearly: study
[Reuters]
France cancels all of Togo’s debt: minister
[AFP]

Europe
EU studies plan to change Schengen border treaty
[BBC]

John Demjanjuk guilty of Nazi death camp murders
[BBC]
Finnish parties agree to support bail-out for Portugal
[BBC]
Vote will show how badly Berlusconi hurt by scandals
[Reuters]
Spaniards fearing aftershocks flee quake city
[AP]
UK: Lib Dem David Laws to be suspended over expenses claims
[BBC]
Seychelles quiet on reported royal honeymooners
[AP]

Americas
Honduras ex-president Manuel Zelaya wants to go home
[BBC]
Guantanamo Bay detainees’ family members may be allowed to visit
[WaPo]
BP gets final approval to buy Brazilian oilfields
[FT]

Domestic
Why Obama’s Not a Lock
[TIME]
Huntsman: The Cool Kid
[TIME]
Newt Gingrich Promises New ‘Contract With America’ in His Presidential Bid
[Bloomberg]
Romney Disowns Health-Care Bill He Signed
[Bloomberg]
Democrats Embrace Tax Increases Against Medicare Cuts as Political Winner
[Bloomberg]
GOP seeks new Medicare message
[POLITICO]
Bernanke Says Fed to Propose Financial Rules
[Bloomberg]

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Daily International News 04.28.11

April 28, 2011

Daily International News
April 28, 2011

Northeast Asia
Koreas
S. Korea says Carter failed to meet with N. Korean leader
[Yonhap]
North Korean leader ready for talks on any issue: Carter
[Reuters]
N.Koreans “regret” loss of South Korean lives: Carter
[Reuters]
U.S. not to engage N. Korea if inter-Korean nuclear talks bear no fruit: experts
[Yonhap]
EU-ROK FTA may be in jeopardy
[JoongAng]
Japan
Increased water injection helping to cool No. 1 reactor faster
[Kyodo]
Buddhists remember Japan’s tsunami dead
[AP]
China
FM press conference on April 28
[Xinhua]
US envoy says rights talks with China yield little
[AP]
U.S. ends rights talks with China “deeply concerned”
[Reuters]
Beijing ‘back-sliding on rights’
[BBC]
Taiwan official sentenced for spying for China
[AP]
China’s population grows older and more urban
[Reuters]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Myanmar leader enlists Suu Kyi friend as adviser
[AP]
Cambodia, Thailand agree to ceasefire after clashes
[Reuters]
Sri Lanka website LankaeNews is suspended
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Timothy Roemer, top US diplomat in India, resigns
[BBC]
Pakistan: Karachi naval bus bomb kills five
[BBC]
Kashmir soldier ‘kills’ four colleagues
[BBC]
India: Activist Binayak Sen attacks sedition laws
[BBC]
Kandahar jail governor detained after mass breakout [Reuters]
Afghan Military Officer Kills 8 U.S. Service Members
[NYT]

Middle East
Surprise Palestinian unity deal challenges Israel
[Reuters]
Turkey urges Syria to stop crackdown
[AP]
IAEA chief: Syria tried to build nuclear reactor
[AP]
Dozens arrested in Syrian town
[Al Jazeera]
Syria’s Assad facing dissent over Deraa crackdown
[Reuters]
Bahrain sentences four to die over police killing
[Reuters]
Yemen opposition warns bloodshed may derail deal
[Reuters]
Blast in Morocco tourist cafe kills 14 people
[Reuters]

Africa
Libya rebels battle for Misurata airport
[Al Jazeera]
Libyan doctor says NATO airstrike killed 12 rebels
[AP]
Nigerian states of Kaduna and Bauchi vote after riots
[BBC]
Ivory Coast renegade warlord Ibrahim Coulibaly killed
[BBC]
Uganda’s Kizza Besigye arrested for fourth time
[BBC]
Zimbabwe PM vows to crackdown on violence
[AP]

Europe
Roma Defenseless against Extremist Vigilantes
[Der Spiegel]
The TV Column: Your guide to watching the royal wedding
[WaPo]
Police raid five squats before royal wedding
[Guardian]
UK Stem cell treatments threatened by European patents ruling
[Guardian]
Reykjavik Mayorial Race: From Punk Rocker to Mayor
[Der Spiegel]
Germany Finally Opens Labor Market to Eastern Workers
[Der Spiegel]
Outlook Dim for Climate Agreement by Year’s End
[NYT]

Americas/Domestic
Mexican officials recover 96 bodies so far in Durango
[BBC]
Tornadoes rip through U.S. South, more than 220 dead
[Reuters]
Guantánamo Detainee’s Lawyer Seeks a Voice on WikiLeaks Documents
[NYT]
Files Reveal Many Inmates Were Minors
[Der Spiegel]
Obama’s Pentagon and C.I.A. Picks Show Shift in How U.S. Fights
[NYT]
EPA proposes stricter controls on water pollution
[WaPo]
Checklist could spot children with autism earlier
[WaPo]
Economic growth slows to 1.8% in first months of 2011
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 01.19.11

January 19, 2011

Daily International News
January 19, 2011

Hu-Obama Summit
Op-ed: Mr. Obama, speak up for human rights in China
[WaPo]
Obama pressured to speak out on China human rights
[Reuters]
Clinton: Building trust with Beijing a must for US
[AP]
The Weekly Standard: Liu Matters, Hu Doesn’t
[NPR]
President Obama to Announce Jointly Funded Center for Nuclear Security in China
[ABC]
Ballmer, Blankfein Invited by Obama to Hu Discussion on Business in China
[Bloomberg]

Northeast Asia
Top Pentagon Asia official, Gregson, to step down
[FP]

China
Report: China largely restores aircraft carrier
[AP]

China’s Internet population rises to 457 million
[AP]
Chinese Firm to Invest in North Korea
[WSJ]

Chinese consumer price inflation ‘down to 4.6%’
[BBC]
Koreas
N. Korea working on uranium enrichment ‘since 1990s’
[AFP]
South Korea seeks longer-range missiles – report
[Reuters]
and Korea, U.S. negotiate revision of pact on missiles [JoongAng]
Kim and Jong-un get beefed up security
[JoongAng]
Defector Offers Insights into N.Korean Arms Buildup
[Chosun]
Japan
Japan wants China leadership on North Korea
[Reuters]
Sugiyama, Japan’s point man on N.Korea to visit China
[Straits Times via AFP]

Donations pour into Okinawa city after gov’t withdraws funds tied to hosting U.S. base
[Mainichi]
Sting meets dolphin advocate, hopes for debate
[AP]

Southeast Asia
Group says survey confirms Myanmar rights abuses
[AP] – a link to the report is here

South/Central Asia
Judges seek delay in opening Afghan parliament
[AP]
Bomb blast kills 20 Afghan civilians in southeast
[Reuters]
Afghan journalist attacked with acid
[AP]
Scandal-hit India PM skirts major cabinet changes
[Reuters]

Middle East
Hariri tribunal: Saudi Arabia quits Lebanon mediation
[BBC]

Powers to press defiant Iran in nuclear row
[Reuters]
Insurgents Renew Attacks on Iraqi Security Troops
[NYT]
Lebanon Shows Shift of Influence in Mideast
[NYT]

Africa
Arab League chief says Tunisia is dire warning
[AP]
Tunisia probes foreign assets of deposed leader
[AP]
AU’s Odinga says Ivory Coast mediation fails
[Reuters]

DR Congo army commander ‘led mass rape’ in Fizi
[BBC]

Europe
Former Swiss banker linked to WikiLeaks goes on trial
[Reuters]
New UK law means queen’s secrets to stay that way
[AP]
UK unemployment total rises further
[BBC]
Ministers seek to answer critics as NHS bill published
[BBC]
Euro MPs adopt cross-border healthcare law
[BBC]
Germany approves anti-dioxin action plan
[Reuters]

Americas
Haiti election officials downplay OAS conclusion
[AP]

From 01/18 Bolivia launches coca leaf diplomatic offensive [BBC]
Deal ends Chile Magallanes gas protest
[BBC]

Domestic
SOTU: State of the Seating Chart
[WaPo]

Lieberman Is Said to Decide Against Seeking Re-Election to Senate in 2012
[Bloomberg]
Sen. Kent Conrad retirement boosts GOP Senate hopes
[Politico]
House Republicans Move to Dismantle Obama’s Health-Care Law
[Bloomberg]
Issa Said to Consider Focusing First Hearing on TARP Inspector’s Report
[Bloomberg]
FBI: Bomb found on MLK march route
[MSNBC]

Parenting by Gays More Common in the South, Census Shows
[NYT]
Goldman Sachs profits down by half on weak debt trading
[BBC]
Apple makes record profits of $6bn in last three months
[BBC]

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Daily International News 09.27.10

September 27, 2010

Daily International News
September 27, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
Delegates Arrive for N. Korea Meeting
[NYT] and Delegates gather in NKorea for political meeting [AP]
Special security team set up for Kim Jong-il’s son
[JAIB]
China/Japan
Japan, China test each other’s diplomatic resolve
[AP] and Japan seeks damages as China trawler row lingers [Reuters]
Russia prepares to open oil pipeline to China
[Reuters]
Shippers say China slows handling of Japan goods
[AP]
From 09.26 China imposes anti-dumping duties on U.S. chicken products [Xinhua]
China police investigate ‘black jails’ for protesters
[BBC]
China to stick with one-child policy
[AP]

South/Southeast/Central Asia
SE Asia
US: Inverted Philippine flag was `honest mistake’
[AP]
Cambodia launches 5-year plan to tackle corruption
[Reuters]
Afghanistan
Woodward: Military thwarted president seeking choice in Afghanistan
[WaPo]
U.S. Probes Karzai’s Kin
[WSJ]
Pakistan/India
Nuclear-armed Pakistan chairs board of U.N. atom body
[Reuters]
Pakistan protests NATO airstrikes on its territory
[AP]
In Bid to Restore Calm, Indian Government Reopens Schools in Kashmir
[NYT]

Middle East
Israeli building ban ends
[WaPo]
Palestinians wait on decision to quit peace talks
[AP]
Mideast Talks Teeter as the Settlement Freeze Expires
[NYT]
Palestinian leader Abbas in Paris over peace talks
[Xinhua]
Activists expect Israel to stop Gaza-bound boat
[AP]
From 09.26 Omanis Arrive in Iran to Aid 2 U.S. Hikers, Paper Reports [NYT]

Africa
UN relief as Rwanda ‘drops Darfur peacekeeper threat’
[BBC]
Somali pirates leave Greek-operated vessel
[Reuters]

Europe/UK
New Labour Leader Looks to ‘Middle England’
[NYT]
Romanian minister quits over police protests
[FT]
Sweden’s Greens still spurn centre-right government
[Reuters]
Karadzic defends himself at Srebrenica war crimes trial
[CNN]
Pressure Intensifies on Irish Government
[WSJ]
Segway owner dies after falling off river cliff
[AP]

Americas/Domestic
Chavez allies win congressional majority in vote
[AP]
U.S. Wants to Make It Easier to Wiretap the Internet
[NYT]
Obama: D.C. schools don’t measure up to his daughters’ private school
[WaPo]
Tax-cuts vote unlikely until after elections
[WashTimes]

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Daily International News 09.15.10

September 15, 2010

Daily International News
September 15, 2010

Northeast Asia
Arnold Schwarzenegger sells California to East Asia [BBC]
Koreas
North Korea to resume talks with UN Command on sinking
[Nation]
US envoy: No quick progress likely in NKorea talks
[AP]
Bosworth seeks improved North-South relations to resume 6-way talks
[Kyodo]
Carter hopes prisoner release helps peace talks
[AP]
N. Korean website raises succession issue ahead of key party meeting
[Yonhap]
The Rapid Rise of Kim Jong-un
[Chosun]
NKorean political gathering delayed, sources say
[AP]
Japan
Kan works on new Cabinet, DPJ leadership lineups
[Kyodo]
Japan moves to combat rising yen
[BBC]
China
China rejects US trade complaint over clean energy
[AP]

Southeast Asia
Cambodia opens first methadone clinic for heroin users
[BBC]
Police arrest vigilantes for Indonesia church attack
[Reuters]

South/Central Asia
U.S. Debates Karzai’s Place in Fighting Corruption
[NYT]
Kabulbank directors were paid $500K bonuses – audit
[Reuters]
Holbrooke talks up American aid in Pakistan visit
[AP]
Pakistani printers make fake Afghan voting cards
[AP]

Middle East
Peace Talks
Israeli aircraft strike Gaza as leaders convene
[AP]
Israelis, Palestinians ‘Getting Down to Business’
[Bloomberg]
No concessions in Middle East talks
[Al Jazeera]
Iran/Iraq
American freed by Iran plans medical exam in Oman
[AP]
Former Iranian president calls on Iran to take U.S.-led sanctions seriously
[WaPo]
US-Iraqi raid on Fallujah kills 7
[AP]

Africa
Guinea election body set to decide on poll
[Reuters]
Nigeria president declares election bid on Facebook
[Reuters]

UK
Ed Miliband ‘increasingly confident’ in Labour race
[BBC]
BP’s Hayward to testify to UK lawmakers on spill
[AP]
UK MP says speed of defence review ‘could put operations at risk’
[BBC]

Europe
Europe Proposes Rules to Help Steady Markets
[NYT]
Pope’s visit: aide steps aside after comparing Britain to ‘third world’
[Guardian]
French Senate approves burqa ban
[DW]
French lawmakers OK raising retirement age to 62
[AP]

Americas
Former Chilean President to Lead New U.N. Agency
[NYT]
Self-employment key to Cuban economic overhaul
[AP]
Tropical storm Karl hits Mexico’s Yucatan
[AP]

Domestic
Tea Party win hurts Republicans’ Senate chances
[Reuters]
How Adrian Fenty lost his reelection bid for D.C. mayor
[WaPo]
Primary Voter Turnout Stays Low, but More So for Democrats
[NYT]
Lugar’s final word on new START
[FP]
Pentagon Accelerates Savings Push
[WSJ]

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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 08.11.10

August 11, 2010

Daily International News
August 11, 2010

Northeast Asia
North Korea to conduct rare border handover
[Reuters]
SKorea probing if NKorea deliberately sent mines
[AP]
S Korea urges DPRK to release its fishing boat
[Xinhua]
Fifa investigates North Korea World Cup abuse claims
[BBC]; Original Reporting: World Cup Team Shamed, Reprimanded [RFA]
How Does the U.S. Solve a Problem Like North Korea?
[TIME]
Downpours bring more worry for China landslide town
[Reuters]

Southeast Asia
Sri Lanka begins civil war hearings
[Al Jazeera]
Thai court rejects Thaksin assets appeal
[BBC]
Terrorism charges filed against Indonesian cleric
[AP]

Central/South Asia
Kyrgyzstan sets October 10 date for parliamentary vote
[Reuters]
Wikileaks asked to edit Afghan names from US files
[BBC]
UN calls for bigger aid response for Pakistan
[Euronews]
Parts of Sindh, Punjab on alert as fresh flood warning issued
[Dawn]

Middle East
No agreement on direct Israel-Palestinian talks
[AP]
Lebanon politician Karam charged with spying for Israel
[BBC]
Deadly blast hits Turkey oil pipeline
[BBC]
[Iraq/Iran]
State Dept. faces skyrocketing costs as it prepares to expand role in Iraq
[WaPo]
‘Booby trap’ kills Iraqi soldiers
[Al Jazeera]
Analysis: U.S. and Iraqi Interests May Work Against Pullout
[NYT]
Iran’s Revolutionary Guard ‘digging mass graves for US soldiers’
[Telegraph]
Has Tehran lost the weapon of fear?
[The National]

Africa
Hard-line Islam steps out of shadows in Algeria
[Reuters]
Rwanda’s Kagame wins election by landslide
[Reuters]
Zimbabwe auctions controversy-plagued diamonds
[AP]
Kenyan accused of harboring Uganda terror suspects
[AP]

Europe
Russian wildfires raise Chernobyl radiation fears
[AP]
Russia deploys S-300 missiles in Georgia’s Abkhazia
[Reuters]
Bodies found in search for victims of Bosnian massacre
[BBC]
Lawmakers Demand Lockerbie Medical Records
[WSJ]
Bank of England forecasts ‘choppy’ economic recovery
[BBC]
UK doctors: New superbug gene could spread widely
[AP]

Americas
Colombia, Venezuela restore diplomatic relations
[AP]
Colombia opens door for talks with FARC rebels
[WaPo]
Guatemala Court Orders Arrest of Politician Holed Up at Honduran Embassy
[LAHT]

Domestic
Incumbent Backed by Obama Wins Colorado Primary
[NYT]
Obama signs emergency bill to halt teacher layoffs
[AP]
For Mosque Sponsors, Early Missteps Fueled Storm
[NYT]
For many Muslims, start of Ramadan stirs up centuries-old debate between science and doctrine
[WaPo]
Fed Move on Debt Signals Concern About Economy
[NYT]
What’s Missing in the Internet Kill-Switch Debate
[TIME]

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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]

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Daily International News 05.24.10

May 24, 2010

Daily International News
May 24, 2010

Cheonan/NK News
Japan to seek to punish N. Korea over sinking of S. Korean vessel
[Kyodo]
Clinton backs South Korea’s crackdown on North Korea over sinking of Cheonan warship
[WaPo]
South Korea Cuts Trade With North, U.S. Supports
[NYT]
N. Korea threatens to fire at S. Korean propaganda equipment
[Yonhap]
Op-Ed Don’t let North Korea go unpunished for attack [Korea Times]
U.S. Presses China to Punish North Korea for Ship
[NYT]

Northeast Asia (non-NK related)
Japan Relents on U.S. Base on Okinawa
[NYT]
Korean tension a factor in Japan base decision
[AP]
Clinton and Geithner Face Hurdles in China Talks
[NYT]
China holds door open a crack to U.S. on yuan
[Reuters]

South/Southeast Asia
India PM: ‘Major effort’ in Indo-Pakistan talks
[AP]
Pakistan court hears constitutional challenges
[BBC]
Opposition moves to impeach Thai PM; curfew stays [AP]

Middle East
Peres Ties Mideast Peace Deal to Iran
[WSJ]
Israel to ease West Bank movement restrictions
[AP]
Israel’s Peres denies offering South Africa nukes
[AP]
Australia expels Israeli diplomat over Dubai killing
[BBC]
Iran notifies IAEA over atomic deal
[Al-Jazeera]
Lebanese PM to discuss Mideast tension with Obama
[AP]
‘American couple kidnapped by tribesmen’ in Yemen
[BBC]

Africa
Ethiopia monitors to probe fraud claims in ‘calm poll’
[BBC]
Militants fire mortars at Somali president’s palace
[BBC]

Europe
Dutchess of York Sarah Ferguson offers access to ex-husband for cash on video
[WaPo]
Britain bans doctor who linked autism to vaccine
[AP]
Osborne announces £6.2bn cuts
[FT]
US deploys missiles to Poland to train NATO ally
[AP]

Americas/Domestic
Jamaica declares emergency in capital after attacks
[Reuters]
Driver shot on B-W Parkway in Md.
[WaPo]
Despite Moratorium, Drilling Projects Move Ahead
[NYT]
BP executive defends his company’s response to Gulf oil spill
[CNN]
As Reform Takes Shape, Some Relief on Wall St.
[NYT]
Eric Massa and Suicidal Thoughts
[Esquire]