Posts Tagged ‘G7’

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Daily International News 03.18.11

March 18, 2011

Daily International News
March 18, 2011

Northeast Asia
Japan weighs need to bury nuclear plant; tries to restore power
[Reuters]
Japan raises severity of nuclear accident
[AP]

Frantic Repairs Go On at Plant as Japan Raises Severity of Crisis
[NYT]
Where Fukushima meets Stuxnet: The growing threat of cyber war
[FP]

Japan crisis: Germany to speed up nuclear energy exit
[BBC]
Five other worldwide nuclear plants of concern
[FP]
APNewsBreak: Source: minuscule fallout reaches US
[AP]
WHO says no travel bans needed for Japan
[AP]
NKorea proposes joint volcano research with South
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Malaysia: Ship with illegal cargo was Iran-bound
[AP]

Fresh riots at Australia’s Christmas Island centre
[BBC]
Small bomb explodes outside Indonesia’s capital
[AP]
Alert level at Indonesia volcano raised to highest
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Indian PM Manmohan Singh denies bribing MPs for votes
[BBC]
C.I.A. Drones Kill Civilians in Pakistan
[NYT]
Punjab Assembly passes resolution against drone strikes
[Dawn]

Middle East
Yemeni snipers open fire on protesters, kill 31
[AP]
Abbas asks for Israeli permission to head for Gaza
[Xinhua]

Saudi king to announce reforms
[Al Jazeera]
Iraqi Shiites decry Sunni crackdown in Bahrain
[AP]
Iran cleric tells Bahraini Shiites to protest on
[AP]

Africa
China: ‘serious reservations’ about Libya UN resolution
[AP]

Libya Says It Will Release Times Journalists
[NYT]
Libya Calls Ceasefire After Britain and France Vow Action ‘Soon’
[NYT]
As U.N. Backs Military Action in Libya, U.S. Role Is Unclear
[NYT]
Gbagbo calls on civilians to join Ivory Coast fighting
[Reuters]
Witnesses: Tanks enter Ivory Coast district
[AP]
DR Congo blocks UK company from oil search in gorilla refuge
[BBC]

Europe
Edinburgh airport evacuated after bomb scare
[Guardian]
Air France faces charges over 2009 Atlantic crash
[AP]
G7 countries agree on intervention to control yen rise
[BBC]

Americas/Domestic
Former Haitian president returns from 7-year exile
[AP]
Mexico’s top diplomat defends US drone flights
[AP]
Obama Op-ed: Jobs at top of Latin America agenda
[USA Today]
Chile, US diplomats to sign nuclear energy accord
[AP]
Senate passes short-term government-funding measure that includes some easy cuts
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 03.17.11

March 17, 2011

Daily International News
March 17, 2011

Northeast Asia
Japan
Japan in desperate bid to cool reactors
[FT]
UN Scientists Project Path of Radiation Plume Towards S. California
[NYT]
U.S. seeking evacuations from Japan
[POLITICO]
G-7 Finance Chiefs to Discuss Measures to Help Japan
[NYT]
US nuclear agency chief says no water in spent fuel pool at Japan plant; Japan denies it
[WaPo]
Int’l Nuclear Issues
China suspends nuclear building plans
[BBC]
Germany’s Merkel Vows Quick Transition To Renewable Energy
[RFERL]
Hugo Chavez calls off Venezuela’s nuclear energy plans
[BBC]
Koreas/China
SKorea rejects NKorea’s offer to rejoin talks
[AP]
Tibetan monastery sealed off after self-immolation
[AFP]
Dalai Lama vows to devolve power, says leadership outdated
[Reuters]
China opposes Uighur activist’s Australia visit
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Malaysia investigates seized ship cargo
[BBC]
Malaysian Christian lawyer barred from Shariah courts
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Pakistan furore over American’s release
[Al Jazeera]
US missiles kill 38 militants in NW Pakistan
[AP]

Middle East
Abbas to meet Hamas in Gaza for Palestinian unity talks
[BBC]
Bahrain detains 7 opposition figures
[AP]
At least 84 wounded in new Yemen clashes – activists
[Reuters]
Abu Dhabi Guggenheim Faces Protest
[NYT]

Africa
4 Times Journalists Are Missing in Libya
[NYT]
US offers backing for Libya no-fly zone
[FT]
Gadhafi forces bomb airport at rebel stronghold
[AP]
South Africa recognises Ouattara as winner in Ivory Coast
[Reuters]
Clinton in Tunisia to back democracy transition
[AFP]
South Sudan army clash with heavily armed militia
[Reuters]
Last ‘Egypt video’ Zimbabwe activists get bail
[BBC]
Ugandan Amisom peacekeepers jailed for shooting Somalis
[BBC]

Europe
Internet privacy and the “right to be forgotten”
[Reuters]
Gaddafi did not fund Sarkozy, Claude Gueant insists
[BBC]
UK banks must be able to cope with double dip recession, FSA says [Guardian]
NHS reforms will see ‘shut’ signs on hospitals, patients warned
[Guardian]

Americas
Magnitude 5.3 quake shakes Chile, no damage seen
[Reuters]
UN ‘supports Central America’s fight against violence’
[BBC]

Domestic
West Wing briefing: Obama starts to engage on his reelection effort
[WaPo]
GOP 2012: Return of the neo-cons
[POLITICO]
Clinton: No interest in job if Obama wins in 2012
[AP]
US cyber war defences ‘very thin’, Pentagon warns
[BBC]
House to vote on cutting off funds for NPR
[AP]
GOP begins rollback of Wall St. reform
[POLITICO]
House Republicans try to steer focus back to jobs
[WaPo]
Obama administration mum as .xxx nears approval
[POLITICO]
D.C. Mayor Gray fires chief of staff
[WaPo]
Poll: 81% fear for Social Security
[POLITICO]
EPA proposes ‘first ever’ emissions standards for power plants
[WaPo]
Fiery explosion forces evacuations in Minneapolis
[AP]
Michelle Obama to write book on gardening, healthy eating
[WaPo]