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Daily International News 12.06.10

December 6, 2010

Daily International News
December 6, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
V. Cha Op-ed: What to Do About N.Korean Aggression? [Chosun]
U.S. steps up pressure on China to rein in North Korea
[WaPo]
China’s Hu tells Obama Korea tension could go
[Reuters]
South Korea begins live-fire military drills
[BBC]
ICC investigating alleged war crimes by North Korea
[BNO News]
160 OFWs allowed to leave for South Korea
[ABS-CBN]
Obama touts S.Korea trade deal, looks for more
[Reuters]
FTA now in legislative cross hairs
[JoongAng]
SKorean presidential body calls for restoring 24-month military service term [Yonhap]

China/Japan
Leaked memos likely to strain China-US ties more
[AP]
Japanese gov’t tipped off Chinese officials about fishing boat captain’s release
[Mainichi]
China disrupts NHK report on Nobel Prize ceremony set for next week [Mainichi]

Central/South Asia
India, France sign multimillion nuclear power deal
[AP]
Two blasts kill at least 40 in Pakistan
[UPI]
Cash Flow to Terrorists Evades U.S. Efforts
[NYT]
From 12/5 Afghanistan Government Arrests 4 on Election Panel [NYT]

Middle East
Nuclear Talks Start Between Iran and 6 Nations
[NYT]
Egyptian polls open despite boycotts by opposition parties
[CNN]
Israel fears ‘flood’ of migrants threatens state
[AP]

Africa
Mbeki Arrives in Côte d’Ivoire as Tension Mounts
[All Africa]
Kenya crackdown in Nairobi’s Somali Eastleigh suburb
[BBC]
Bangladeshi ship seized by pirates heads to Somalia
[BBC]

Europe
UN Climate Envoys Consider 2-Year Deadline for Curbing Carbon
[Bloomberg]
British lawmaker denies aide is a Russian spy
[CNN]
Reports: Russian satellites fall into Pacific
[AP]
Spain may extend state of alert over strike
[BBC]
Europe’s leaders at odds over bond plan
[FT]
Continental ‘responsible’ for Concorde crash in 2000
[BBC]

Americas
Gunmen kill 4 in attack on 2 Mexico rehab centers
[AP]
Haiti demonstrators clash with police in Port-au-Prince
[BBC]
From 12/5 Venezuelans elect 11 mayors, 2 state governors [AP]

Domestic
WikiLeaks Backfires by Exposing Hidden U.S. Virtue: Albert Hunt
[Bloomberg]
From 12/5 Hundreds of WikiLeaks Mirror Sites Appear [NYT]
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal says Sarah Palin is “absolutely” electable
[WaPo]
Lawmakers Target Social Security, Tax Breaks to Reduce Deficit
[Bloomberg]
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke’s Take On The Economy
[CBS]
Bush Tax-Cut Deal With Jobless Aid Said to Be Near
[NYT]

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Daily International News 11.09.10

November 9, 2010

Daily International News
November 9, 2010

Northeast Asia
G20
Victor Cha on The G20: Down to the Wire
[Chosun]
China and Germany slam U.S. policy before G20 summit
[Reuters]
N. Korea mocks S. Korea for raising terrorism alert ahead of G-20
[Yonhap]

China
Nobel winner Liu Xiaobo’s lawyer ‘to sue China’
[BBC]
China bars lawyer from attending London conference
[AP]
China asks Japan not to attend Nobel peace award
[Reuters]
Cameron’s visit ‘fruitful’, says Chinese premier
[BBC]
China stops blocking harsh North Korea report – U.N. envoys
[Reuters]

Koreas
South Korea Drops Its Call for Apology From North
[NYT]
IAEA Chief Calls on Iran, N. Korea to Dispel Concerns About Nuke Programs
[VOA]
For U.S., Korea free-trade agreement could be backdoor to China
[WaPo]

Japan
Tokyo hails announcement that Chinese president will attend APEC summit
[Mainichi]
Knife found under seats on Delta flight to Japan
[AP]

Southeast Asia
Obama arrives in Indonesia; volcano may shorten stay
[WaPo]
Obama pledges closer ties on return to Indonesia
[BBC]
Pro-military party ‘wins’ Burmese election
[BBC]
20,000 Myanmar refugees start heading home
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Change Will Not Come Easily to the Security Council
[NYT]
Poll: Majority of Afghans back talks with Taliban
[AP]
Afghan police arrest suspected insurgent on plane
[AP]

Middle East
Netanyahu Says Iran Must Be Shown Strike Possible
[Bloomberg]
Obama voices concerns about Mideast peace talks
[AP]
Iran pushes for nuclear talks in Turkey
[LAT]
Sen. Kerry: Israel, Turkey must overcome tensions
[AP]
Jordanians vote in parliamentary election
[BBC]

Africa
Libya leader Gaddafi orders release of 19 journalists
[BBC]
Search for 7 foreign hostages after Nigeria offshore attack
[AFP]
Africa: EU-India Deal Could Threaten Access to Essential HIV Drugs
[All Africa]
Bozize to run for re-election in Central African Republic
[AFP]
South Africa fury at inaction over school gang-rape
[BBC]

Europe
French detain 5 suspects in terror network probe
[AP]
Berlusconi on the brink
[Euronews]
After the Pension Fight, Can Sarkozy Rebound?
[Time]

Americas
Cholera confirmed for resident of Haiti’s capital
[AP]
Castro calls rare Cuba communist party congress
[BBC]

Domestic
New GOP governors will affect health law
[WaPo]
Watchdog report targets New Jersey governor
[WaPo]
Five Somali men face first recent US piracy trial
[BBC]
Bush admits mistakes, defends decisions
[MSNBC]
BP May Pay Billions for ‘Missed Signals’ That Led to Disaster
[Bloomberg]
Ex-CEO says BP was unprepared for oil spill
[AP]
Travel delays for Northern Virginia Muslims heading to Mecca
[WaPo]
Obama defends Federal Reserve’s $600 billion bid to boost economic recovery
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 11.01.10

November 1, 2010

Daily International News
November 1, 2010

Global
Cluster bomb stockpiles ‘being destroyed’
[BBC]
Alcohol ‘more harmful than heroin’ says Prof David Nutt
[BBC]

Northeast Asia
China
Clinton urges Cambodia to strike a balance with China
[WaPo]
Chinese FM: Collision video near Diaoyu Islands changes nothing
[Xinhua]
China defends Africa, US investment amid tensions
[AP]
UN leader Ban meets with Chinese President Hu
[AP]
China embarks on first national census in 10 years
[BBC]

Japan
Okinawa Vote Complicates U.S.-Japan Ties
[WSJ]
Dmitry Medvedev visit to Kuril Islands stokes Japan row
[BBC]

Koreas
UN Command to Investigate N.Korean Gunfire
[Chosun] and N. Korea border skirmish likely an accident [MSNBC]
‘A year after currency reform, NK economy continues to tumble’
[Korea Times]
New Leader in North Korea Won’t Change Much, Former Chef Says
[WSJ]
Separated Korean families enjoy second day of reunions amid growing sorrow
[Yonhap]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
$400m of heroin found hidden in Sydney
[BBC]
Indonesia volcano shoots new blast; 21 more rumble
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Taliban briefly overrun east Afghanistan district
[AP]
US drone strike kills six militants in North Waziristan
[Dawn]
Final Kyrgyzstan election results announced
[BBC]

Middle East [Yemen bomb plot only]
Governments review air security after Yemen plot
[Reuters] and Germany suspends passenger flights from Yemen [AP]
Bombs tip-off ‘came from former al-Qaeda member’
[BBC] and US officials: Bombmaker in Yemen a key suspect [AP]
Bomb Plot Shows Key Role Played by Intelligence
[NYT]
UAE traces serial numbers on Dubai mail bomb parts
[AP]
Analysis: Military reflex alone can’t quell Yemen militants
[Reuters]

Middle East [All Other]
Israeli PM to visit US next week
[AP]
Hostages die in Iraq church raid
[Al Jazeera]
Istanbul suicide attack highlights Turkey’s struggle with militant groups
[CSM]

Africa
Côte d’Ivoire Votes in Landmark Elections
[All Africa]
Tanzania’s President Kikwete tipped for election win
[BBC]
15 killed during Somali insurgent attack
[AP]

Europe
Greece: Suspects carried letter bomb for Sarkozy
[AP]
Police block sex abuse survivors near Vatican
[AP]
Flooding at Iceland volcano could signal eruption
[AP]
10 alleged Somali pirates to be tried in Germany
[AP]

Americas
Rousseff Elected President in Brazil
[WSJ]
Tomas seen regaining power, pose threat to Haiti
[AP]

Domestic
CBS’ Estimate of 215,000 at Stewart/Colbert Rally is Wildly Low
[WaPo]
8-year sentence for Gitmo’s former ‘child soldier’
[AP]
Obama, Biden Make Final Pitch to Help Save Democrats in Election
[Bloomberg]
Arizona’s immigration law goes before appeals court
[WaPo]
Federal Reserve’s, Bernanke’s credibility on line with new move to boost economy
[WaPo]