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Daily International News 04.16.10

April 16, 2010

Daily International News
April 16, 2010

Southeast/East Asia
South Korea: External explosion sank ship
[CNN]

Tibetans mourn as China quake toll hits 791
[Reuters]
Quake hoax in N China under probe
[Xinhua]
Malaysia halts Iran petrol sales
[FT]

South/Central Asia
Kyrgyz president formally resigns after turmoil
[Reuters]
Kyrgyzstan extends US lease on Manas air base
[BBC]

Officials take weapons from ousted leader’s family
[AP]
Afghan suicide attack targets foreigners
[Telegraph]

Hospital blast kills 10 in SW Pakistan
[Reuters]
From 04.15 Report on Bhutto assassination rips Pakistani government, security agencies [FP]

Middle East
Iran holds own nuclear conference as new UN sanctions loom
[DW]

Iran bars reformist leader from Japan conference
[AP]
Yemen rebels fire on military plane, breaching truce
[Reuters]
‘Palestinian collaborators’ executed by Hamas
[BBC]

Africa
Sudan begins counting in polls marred by boycotts
[Reuters]
Zambia hit by worst cholera outbreak in years
[AP]

Europe
10 million watch UK’s 1st TV election debate
[AP]

Bishop Williamson convicted of Holocaust denial
[AP]

Americas
Gates calls for ratification of Colombia free trade agreement
[LAT]
Lawyer: Charges dropped against 9 missionaries
[AP]

Argentina to repay 2001 debt as Greece struggles to avoid default
[Guardian]

Domestic
Special Report: U.S. shifts gears to tackle homespun terrorism
[Reuters]
Obama extends hospital visitation rights to same-sex partners of gays
[WaPo]

From 04.15 C.I.A. Document Details Destruction of Tapes [NYT]
47 arrested in human smuggling raid
[Arizona Republic]

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Daily International News 03.16.10

March 16, 2010

Daily International News
March 16, 2010

China
Chinese premier, British foreign secretary underline free trade
[Xinhua]
China criticizes US pressure over currency
[AP] and Senate bill threatens stiff new penalties on China [Reuters]
China without Google: ‘a lose-lose scenario’
[AP] and Foreign investment environment won’t be affected in China if Google quits: FM spokesman [Xinhua]
China shows no sign of budging on Iran sanctions
[AP] and China more concerned about Iran, wary on sanctions [Reuters]
Mystery of missing Chinese lawyer Gao Zhisheng deepens
[BBC]

Israel/Palestine
US envoy cancels Mideast trip, Israel feud deepens
[AP] and U.S. pushing Netanyahu to accept demands for peace talks [WaPo]
Netanyahu affirms settlement project that U.S. considers ‘affront’
[Miami Herald]
Hundreds of Palestinians riot in Jerusalem
[AFP]
Israeli FM reportedly boycotts Brazil’s President Lula
[BBC] and Mercosur/Israel free trade agreement becomes effective April [MercoPress]

(Other) Middle East
Iran Plans to Execute 6 Arrested in Protests
[NYT]
Eight dead, 11 wounded in Iraq bomb attacks
[Reuters]
Yemen says militants died in raid
[BBC]

Central/South Asia
U.S. Is Reining In Special Forces in Afghanistan
[NYT]
U.S. missile strike kills 10 militants in Pakistan
[Reuters]
Gunbattle erupts at Indian space centre in Bangalore
[Reuters]
Sri Lankan opposition leader faces court-martial
[AP]

SE Asia
Thai red-shirts splash blood in anti-government protest
[BBC]
CAPITAL CULTURE: Indonesia remembers young Obama
[AP]
Vietnam releases dissident priest Nguyen Van Ly
[BBC]

Africa
Somali pirates free North Korean chemical tanker
[AP]
Nigeria presidential vote set for Jan 22 or April 23
[Reuters]

Europe
European finance ministers agree Greece rescue plan
[BBC]
Irish Catholic leader won’t quit for abuse coverup
[AP]

[UK]
Six MPs’ expenses appeals are dismissed
[BBC]
Brussels berates Britain for disappointing Budget plan [Telegraph]
Kidnapped Oldham boy Sahil Saeed found safe in Pakistan
[BBC]
Glamour boy Beckham to miss World Cup after injury
[AP]

Americas
Aftershock hits off coast of Chile, no damage
[Reuters]
Chavez defends ETA suspects wanted in Spain
[AP]
FBI, DEA join probe of slayings near Mexican border
[WaPo]

Domestic
House may try to pass Senate health-care bill without voting on it
[WaPo]
US plans to give high-speed broadband to every American
[BBC]