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Daily International News 05.06.11

May 6, 2011

Daily International News
May 6, 2011

OBL
Al Qaeda confirms bin Laden’s death, group says
[CNN]
Al Qaeda plotted 9/11 anniversary rail attack – U.S.
[Reuters]
Data Show Bin Laden Plots; C.I.A. Hid Near Raided House
[NYT]
No foreign policy pivot for Barack Obama
[POLITICO]
Opinion: Obama’s fickle European fans
[WaPo]
Judge Files Complaint against Merkel over Bin Laden Comments
[Der Spiegel]

Northeast Asia
Japan
Japan PM orders halt at Hamaoka nuclear plant
[BBC]
Japan wants 3 reactors halted for quake measures
[AP]
China
China pushes U.S. on debt ahead of high-level talks
[Reuters]
Norway feels sting of China’s Nobel anger
[AP]
A booze blowout for China’s oil giant
[WaPo]
China’s Growing Interests in Siberia
[Der Spiegel]
Chinese regulators suspend TV crime and spy dramas
[BBC]
Koreas
12 Nations to Discuss Victims of N.Korean Abduction
[Chosun]
Beijing prepares for visitor from North: Sources
[JoongAng]
N. Korea accuses Seoul of blocking talks, aid
[Korea Herald]
‘N. Korea rejected Carter`s call to release detained American’
[Dong-A]
Richardson sees momentum for N. Korea talks
[AFP]
Carter was shocked by Pyongyang priorities
[JoongAng]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Vietnam ‘seals ethnic Hmong protest site’
[BBC]
Australia row over PNG ‘asylum camp plan’
[BBC]
Thai Leader Will Ask King to Dissolve Parliament
[NYT]
EU Hopes to Sign Trade Pact With Singapore in 2011
[WSJ]
Singapore ruling party faces tough election but should prevail
[Reuters]

South/Central Asia
Suspected U.S. strike kills 15 near militant hub in Pakistan tribal area
[WaPo]
Pakistan Warns U.S. Against Raids
[WSJ]
Thousands of Afghans Rally in Kabul to Reject Any Peace With Taliban
[NYT]

Middle East
Thousands protest on Syria ‘day of defiance’
[Al Jazeera]
Activists: 6 killed in Syria by security forces
[AP]
Suicide attack kills 21 police officers south of Baghdad
[CNN]
Saleh defiant as GCC exit deal stalls
[Al Jazeera]
Crackdown reins in Bahrain activists
[Al Jazeera]

Africa
Morocco Arrests Three for Deadly Marrakesh Cafe Bomb, Al-Qaeda Tie Alleged
[Bloomberg]
Sudan divides Darfur in five smaller states
[Reuters]
Sudan deploys troops at Libya border, evicts envoy
[Reuters]
Ivory Coast: Alassane Ouattara to take oath
[BBC]
UN heads to suspected Ivory Coast mass grave site
[AP]
Sheryl Cwele: SA minister’s wife gets 12-year jail term
[BBC]

Europe
UK Vote 2011: Lib Dems suffer election losses
[BBC]
Northern Ireland vote may put Sinn Fein in top job
[AP]
UK 7/7 inquests: Emergency delays ‘did not cause deaths’
[BBC]
France Expels 14 Libyan Officials
[NYT]
Moscow murders: Two Russian nationalists jailed
[BBC]
Greece: Police clash with striking doctors
[AP]

Americas
Same-sex unions recognized by Brazil’s high court
[CNN]
Calderon urges Mexicans not to abandon drugs battle
[CNN]
Inmates free hostages at Venezuela prison
[AP]

Domestic
House GOP won’t push Medicare vouchers
[AP]
Obama to speak on immigration policy in Texas
[AP] 
GOP Rivals Hit Obama on Foreign Policy Despite Bin Laden Killing, Hit Harder on Economy
[Fox]
Possible 2012 White House Candidate Daniels Says He’ll Decide Within Weeks
[Bloomberg]
Economy adds 244k jobs, rate ticks up to 9 pct.
[AP]
This time, it’s for real, believers say: Doomsday coming this month.
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 12.16.10

December 16, 2010

Daily International News
December 16, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
Bill Richardson arrives in Pyongyang
[AP]
N. Korea says it supports dialogue but will never “beg” for it
[Yonhap]
South Korea moves to boost ties with China in wake of North Korea attacks
[CSM]
N.Korea’s Nuke Tech ‘Much More Advanced’ Than Iran’s
[Chosun]
North Korea digging tunnel for spring nuclear test – report
[Reuters]
S. Korea to stage live-fire drill on border island shelled by N. Korea
[Yonhap]
Strategist tapped for top ROK Army post
[JoongAng]
U.S. missile-defense test fails over Pacific
[Reuters]
China
Wen brings finance to cement India ties
[FT]
China tunnel links last isolated Tibetan county to highway
[AP]
27 fishermen missing after boat capsizes off China
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
PM defends Australia’s border policies
[CNN]
WikiLeaks: Singapore Lee says Myanmar ‘stupid’
[AP]
Malaysia MPs suspend Anwar Ibrahim over Israel comment
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Obama to speak on Afghan review, visit tribal chiefs
[WaPo]
Overview of the AfPak Review
[NYT]
July troop withdrawal on track, review of Afghan war strategy indicates
[WaPo]
Pakistani officials say US missiles kill 7 in NW
[AP]

Middle East
Arabs reject Middle East peace talks without US plan
[BBC]
Palestinian Authority cracks down on mosques to promote moderate Islam
[WaPo]
U.N. Security Council votes to end several Hussein-era sanctions against Iraq
[WaPo]
Israel can’t defeat Hezbollah – Israeli expert
[Reuters]
Iran arrests eight behind suicide blasts – report
[Reuters]

Africa
Côte d’Ivoire: Ouattara Urges Supporters to Take Charge of State TV And Top Office
[All Africa]
Ivory Coast: Ouattara’s party says 18 dead
[AP]
ICC names Kenya violence suspects
[Al Jazeera]
Senegal recalls Tehran ambassador over arms shipment
[BBC]
Mugabe’s wife sues paper over Wikileaks story: report
[AFP]
Nigeria oil delta raids kill 14
[AFP]

Europe/UK
High court grants bail to Julian Assange
[Guardian]
UK’s Ed Miliband rebukes ex-DefMin over ‘legalise drugs’ call
[Guardian]
Sweden: Bomber may not have acted alone
[AP]
Fears of Extremism Widen to Scandinavia
[WSJ]
Court backs tourist ban for Dutch cannabis coffee shops
[BBC]
New Turkish military coup trial begins for 200
[AP]
Russian ethnic riots: Hundreds arrested in Moscow
[BBC]
Kosovo PM seeks to sue European investigator
[AP]
Court: Irish abortion ban violates women’s rights
[AP]
Discord remains as EU leaders prepare to tackle eurozone stability
[Deutsche Welle]

Americas
Gulf of Mexico leak: BP shares hit over legal move
[BBC]
Wikileaks on Cuba: Fidel Castro ‘nearly died’
[BBC]

Domestic
Congress
House votes again to end ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’
[WaPo]
Senate agrees to open talks on new arms treaty with Russia
[WaPo]
Congress is on the brink of major action – or not
[LAT]
State Department
U.S. Tries to Build Case for Conspiracy by WikiLeaks
[NYT]
Hillary Clinton’s vision for foreign policy on a tight budget
[CSM]
White House
U.S. Rethinks Strategy for the Unthinkable
[NYT]
Presidential commission urges caution on ‘synthetic biology’
[WaPo]
Other
Liberal media watchdog: Fox News e-mail shows network’s slant on climate change
[WaPo]
Florida judge to rule on health-care challenge by states
[WaPo]
Stuxnet ‘virus’ could be altered to attack US facilities, report warns
[CSM]
Artist asks to withdraw work from ‘Hide/Seek’ exhibit to protest video removal
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 08.10.10

August 10, 2010

Daily International News
August 10, 2010

International
WHO says swine flu pandemic is over
[AP]

East Asia
N. Korea goes YouTube-savvy in its propaganda offensive
[Yonhap]
Teenage U.S. environmentalist to visit N. Korea on bold peace mission
[Yonhap]

DPRK proposes joint inspection group with U.S. on warship sinking
[Xinhua]
Google offices raided by Korean police
[BBC]
Japan apologises to South Korea for imperialist past
[BBC]
US engineer sold military secrets to China
[BBC]

China landslide: More than 700 people confirmed dead
[BBC]
China’s Trade Surplus Climbs to $28.7 Billion
[NYT]
US and Vietnam stage joint naval activities
[BBC]

Central/South Asia
Karzai to dissolve all private security firms
[AFP]
Rising Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan, U.N. Reports
[NYT]

Pakistan’s president returns amid flood fury
[AP]
Six million flood victims need aid to survive: UN
[Dawn]

Middle East
New poll: angry at US, Arabs support an Iran nuclear bomb
[CSM]
Lebanon criticizes US for suspending military aid
[AP]

Saudi gives Blackberry reprieve
[BBC]
Morocco to close 1,250 ‘unsafe’ mosques
[BBC]
Nasrallah unveils ‘Hariri proof’
[Al Jazeera]
‘I take full responsibility,’ Barak tells Gaza flotilla probe
[Haaretz]

Africa
Rwandan president wins re-election despite critics
[AP]
North, south Sudan leaders meet on referendum
[AFP]
South African workers march in wage strike
[BBC]

Europe
Climate change ‘partly to blame’ for sweltering Moscow
[BBC]
N. Ireland police worker targeted in car bomb bid
[AFP]
UK trade deficit narrows in June
[FT]

Americas
Former Mexican president: Legalize drugs
[LAT]

Canadian’s ‘confessions’ allowed at Guantanamo trial
[BBC] and U.N. says Omar Khadr’s trial sets bad precedent [Reuters]
Top EADS official, ex-U.S. Sen. Stevens in plane crash
[Reuters]
Web Plan From Google and Verizon Is Criticized
[NYT]

Down to the Wire: Six Primary Races to Watch
[Time]
Stocks Fall on Productivity Drop, China Data
[WSJ]