Posts Tagged ‘falkland islands’

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Daily International News 02.23.10

February 23, 2010

Daily International News
February 23, 2010

NKorea
US, SKorea envoys visit China amid NKorea hopes
[AP]
South Africa says intercepted N.Korea arms shipment
[Reuters]
China stresses friendly ties with DPRK as its “consistent policy”
[Xinhua]
China supports U.S.- DPRK contact: spokesman
[Xinhua]
N.K. leader anxious over pending state matters: Seoul spy chief
[Yonhap]

China
China tightens internet controls
[BBC]
From 02.22 Chinese vocational school bored of NYT Google hacking reports [Xinhua]
China urges U.S.to work for improvement of relations
[Xinhua]
Q+A-Where does China stand on Iran sanctions?
[Reuters]

Iran
Iran says any fuel swap must be on its territory
[Reuters] and APNewsBreak: Iran nuclear offer falls short [AP]
Iran captures Sunni militant group leader
[AP]

Iraq
U.S. plans for possible delay in Iraq withdrawal
[WaPo]

Other Middle East
More British, Irish passports used in Dubai killing
[Reuters]
Egypt police kill migrant at Israel border
[Reuters]
From 02.22 Al Qaeda video rails against Turkey [CNN]

AfPak
U.S. Afghan death toll hits 1,000 as blast kills 7 civilians
[Reuters]
NATO commander makes televised apology to Afghans
[AP]
Taliban leader Mullah Abdul Kabir ‘seized in Pakistan’
[BBC]

Europe
Denmark’s prime minister shuffles government
[AP]
Minister Phil Woolas launches personal attack on Christine Pratt
[Times UK]
Republican terrorists blamed for detonating car bomb near border
[Times UK]
Clinton Calls for Closer NATO-Russian Cooperation
[Bloomberg]

Americas
Falklands: full support for Argentina from Latinamerican and Caribbean leaders
[MercoPress]
From 02.22 Homeless Haitians: aid halted to force them out [AP]

Domestic
Job Bill Clears Hurdle in U.S. Senate With Republican Support
[Bloomberg]
Obama Health Plan May Provide Roadmap for Passage by Democrats
[Bloomberg]
Toyota Probe Fueled by Politics as Well as Safety, Critics Say
[Bloomberg] and Lawmakers’ Ties to Toyota Questioned at Start of Inquiries [NYT]

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Daily International News 02.22.10

February 22, 2010

Daily International News
February 22, 2010

UPDATE: US SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR NORTH KOREA POLICY AND US SPECIAL ENVOY FOR SIX PARTY TALKS SUNG KIM WILL DEPART FOR BEIJING, SEOUL, AND TOKYO TOMORROW TO MEET WITH COUNTERPARTS IN THE SIX-PARTY PROCESS. There are no plans for them to meet with North Korean interlocutors at this time.

DPRK
North Korea seeks military talks with rival South
[Reuters]

China/Taiwan
US experts close in on Google hackers
[FT]
Chinese netizens make fun of NYT Google hacking report
[Xinhua]
China PLA officer urges new Internet control agency
[Reuters]

Pentagon paints grim picture of Taiwan air defense [AP]
China throws birthday bash for Zimbabwe’s Mugabe
[Reuters]

Afghanistan
NATO Airstrike Is Said to Have Killed Afghan Civilians
[NYT]
Dutch Courage: Now is a time for Nato to show more commitment to Afghanistan, not less
[Times of London]

Middle East/N. Africa
Former Top Generals Detained in Turkish Coup Inquiry
[NYT]
Iran to Build More Enrichment Plants
[NYT]
Israel drones ‘could target Iran’
[Al-Jazeera]
Ex-UN nuclear chief: Egypt must change
[AP]

Africa
Ugandan rebels kidnap 40 in Centr.Africa
[AFP]

Europe
Gordon Brown’s Allies Reject Bullying Charges
[NYT]
Floods, Mudslides in Madeira Leave 42 Dead
[WSJ]

Americas
Latin nations seek unity in regional summit
[CNN]
Drilling for oil set to start off the Falkland Islands
[BBC]
Venezuela’s ranchers warn against arming peasants
[AP]

Domestic
Toyota heads to Capitol Hill with team of lobbyists, history of political giving
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 12.17.10

February 17, 2010

Daily International News
February 17, 2010

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North Korea
N. Korean leader’s only sister seen to have growing power
[Yonhap]
N. Korean nuclear talks to resume soon: Seoul minister
[Yonhap]

Japan
Japan’s Iran Moment
[NYT]
Japan Surpasses China as Largest Holder of US Debt
[FT]

China/HK/TW
U.S. carrier arrives in Hong Kong amid China tensions
[Reuters]
Hu urges developing west side of Taiwan Straits
[Xinhua]

South/Southeast Asia
Pakistani army confirms arrest of Taliban commander
[Reuters]
Impasse feared in Philippine talks with rebels
[AP]
Opposition Leader Fonseka Arrested in Sri Lanka
[Dawn]

Middle East
Russia urges Iran to actively cooperate with the IAEA
[Al Jazeera]
US envoy William Burns in Syria visit
[BBC]
General Says 2 Iraq Politicians Have Ties to Iran
[NYT]
Clinton Says Iran Army Warning Was Message to Nation’s Leaders
[Bloomberg] and Iran leader accuses U.S. of “war-mongering” [Reuters]

Europe
EU deplores Libya visa ban for Europeans
[BBC]
Court suspends Ukraine result on PM’s challenge
[CNN]
Finns propose ban on handguns after shootings
[AP]

Africa
Somalia: TFG State Minister Escapes Big Blasts
[AllAfrica]

Americas
Argentina Intensifies Row With U.K. Over Falkland Islands
[WSJ]
Honduran leader keeps military chief behind coup
[AP]
French President Sarkozy arrives in Haiti
[AP]

Domestic
As the world watches, Dalai Lama will meet with Obama at the White House
[WaPo]
Obama Administration Marks Anniversary of Stimulus Legislation
[Bloomberg]
Nuclear Industry Gets Lift, No ‘Renaissance’ From U.S. Loan Aid
[Bloomberg]

Global
Toyota considers Corolla recall over steering problems
[BBC]
BP Leaves: Defections Shake Up Climate Coalition
[WSJ]