Posts Tagged ‘gibbs’

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Daily International News 06.13.11

June 13, 2011

Daily International News
June 13, 2011

Northeast Asia
Koreas
U.S. Said to Turn Back North Korea Missile Shipment
[NYT]

Kim Jong Il meets senior Chinese official
[Xinhua]
SKorea: NKorea may have miniaturized nuke warhead
[AP] 
More nuclear facilities visible at N.Korean complex
[HanKyoreh]

U.S. Underwrites Internet Detour Around Censors
[NYT]
China
China migrant workers clash with police for third night
[BBC] and Protesters burn police vehicles in southern China [AP]

China’s state media say military not a threat
[AP]
China Backtracks on High-Speed Trains
[NYT]
Israeli defense minister meets top Chinese general
[AP]
China hopes to strengthen military co-op with Israel, defense minister
[Xinhua]
China, Kazakhstan upgrade strategic partnership with new deals signed
[Xinhua]
Japan
Japanese city Hiroshima withdraws 2020 Olympics bid
[BBC]
In Nuclear Crisis, Crippling Mistrust
[NYT]
Japan says eight nuclear workers over-exposed to radiation
[Reuters]

Southeast Asia
Aung San Suu Kyi: Burmese hungry for justice
[AP]
Vietnam in live-fire drill amid South China Sea row
[BBC]
Vietnam seeks US support in China dispute
[FT]

Vietnam War: Top secret papers to be published
[BBC]
Candidate in Thailand Follows Path of Kin
[NYT]

Pacific
Australian prime minister refuses Dalai Lama talks
[AP]

Some win some lose in Australia-Malaysia refugee swap deal
[AP]
Australia flights begin to resume after ash disruption
[BBC]
Large earthquakes rock Christchurch
[SMH]

South/Central Asia
U.S. Faces ‘Vicious Circle’ with Pakistan on Afghanistan Troop Withdrawal
[Bloomberg]
Rare suicide attack in Pakistani capital kills 1
[AP]
India police find Maoist mass grave in Jharkhand
[BBC]
Opposition strike cripples Bangladesh
[Al Jazeera]

Middle East
Netanyahu says Palestinian U.N. bid could harm peace
[Reuters]
Syrian forces round up hundreds near northern town
[Reuters]
Yemen’s opposition in power-transfer talks
[Al Jazeera]

Lebanon announces new government after delay
[Reuters]
Thousands demonstrate in Morocco’s largest city
[AP]
Erdogan wins parliamentary elections, falls short of two-thirds majority
[Deutsche Welle]

Africa
Alleged spy arrested in Egypt is US law student
[AP]

Sudan President Bashir and Salva Kiir seek Abyei peace
[BBC]
U.N. Pulls Staff from Sudanese City
[NYT]
Germany recognises Libya’s rebel leadership
[Reuters]

Libya’s Gadhafi plays chess with Russian visitor
[AP]
Secret DNA test proved death of ‘wanted terrorist’ Abdalla Mohammed Fazul
[The Nation]
Mugabe Pressured to Act on Zimbabwe Elections
[NYT]
Congo diplomat’s wife arrested for ‘smuggling cigarettes’ in Romania
[BBC]

Europe
NATO at the crossroads after Gates speech
[AP]

Berlusconi faces referendum blow
[FT]
Berlusconi says nuclear energy ‘probably’ out
[AP]
Poland agrees to a permanent US Air Force base
[AP]
Government may have hacked IMF
[BBC]
Deaths from E. coli still rising in Germany
[BBC]

Americas
Obama visit to Puerto Rico: It’s all about Florida
[Miami Herald] 
Peruvian President-elect Humala may pardon Fujimori
[BBC]

Domestic
Banks battle over US tax law
[FT]
The New Hampshire debate: A viewer’s guide
[POLITICO]
Newt Gingrich: ‘I will endure the challenges’
[AP]
Gibbs to counter GOP message in New Hampshire
[AP]
Rep. Anthony Weiner finally considering he may have to resign amid sexting scandal, says source
[NY Daily News]
‘Book of Mormon’ and ‘War Horse’ Win Top Tonys
[NYT]

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Daily International News 02.11.11

February 11, 2011

Daily International News
February 11, 2011

Egypt/Tunisia
Al Jazeera Live Blog: MUBARAK STEPS DOWN AS PRESIDENT
Mubarak Reportedly Leaves Cairo
[NYT]
Danish premier calls on Egypt’s Mubarak to resign
[AP]
Statement From the Supreme Council of the Egyptian Armed Forces
[NYT]
Crisis Flummoxes White House
[WSJ]
Obama officials surprised by Mubarak’s decision to stay
[McClatchy]
Egypt army vow on emergency rule
[BBC]
Chinese FM has phone conversation with Egyptian counterpart
[Global Times]
Mohamed ElBaradei: ‘Egypt will explode’
[CNN] and We need to ‘keep kicking their behinds’: Mohamed ElBaradei speaks to FP [FP]
Responding to the Worst Speech Ever
[FP]
Special Report – After Mideast, should Russia and China worry?
[Reuters]
Tunisians fleeing unrest arrive in droves in Italy
[AP]

Northeast Asia
Japan
Japan foreign minister in Moscow amid islands row
[BBC]
Japan, U.S. hold talks to discuss new common strategic goals
[Mainichi]
China
Chen Guangcheng claims in secret video that he is under house arrest
[Independent]
Observers say naval reshuffle signals weaponry push
[Global Times]
China Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi in Zimbabwe visit
[BBC]
Koreas
China against call to take N. Korea’s uranium enrichment to U.N.
[Kyodo]
N. Korea may conduct nuke test in late 2011 or early 2012: analyst
[Yonhap]
Korea talks stalemated, U.S. warns of North’s threat
[Reuters]
After talks collapse, North reprimands ‘traitor’ South
[JoongAng]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Myanmar’s parliament approves all Cabinet nominees
[AP]
Thai protesters demand prime minister’s
[CNN]
Somalia ‘pirates’ charged in Malaysia
[BBC]
Philippines Uses General’s Death to Tout Reform
[NYT]

South/Central Asia
India and Pakistan Agree to Renew Peace Talks
[NYT]
Indian authorities clear Buddhist leader in probe
[AP]
Pakistan gets smaller Cabinet in austerity effort
[AP]
Pakistan court extends detention of US embassy staffer
[Guardian]

Middle East
Turkey says 5 flotilla victims shot at close range
[AP]
Iran: Mehdi Karroubi ‘house arrest’ after protest call
[BBC]

Africa
105 die in fighting between S. Sudan army, rebels
[AP]
Charles Taylor war crimes trial extended in The Hague
[BBC]
Uganda election: Amnesty International violence concern
[BBC]

Americas
Bolivian president rattled by protests
[AP]
Colombian rebel group scheduled to release 2 hostages
[CNN]
Venezuelan legislators trade blows
[Al Jazeera]

Domestic
WikiLeaks: US spied on NATO’s top official
[AP]
Robert Gibbs’s last day in the White House
[WaPo]
CPAC gets underway on wave of 2010 midterm momentum
[WaPo]
Ron Paul Supporters Heckle Cheney, Rumsfeld at CPAC
[CBS]
‘No Apology’ for Health-Care Law May Hinder Romney in 2012 Bid
[Bloomberg]
Nokia, Microsoft in pact to rival Apple, Google
[AP]
New York Fashion Week 2011
[NYT]

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Daily International News 01.28.11

January 28, 2011

Daily International News
January 28, 2011

N. Africa/Middle East Uprisings
The Arab world’s youth army
[FP]
Seizing a Moment, Al Jazeera Galvanizes Arab Frustration
[NYT]
Yemenis call for an end to Saleh regime
[FT]
Egypt Nobel laureate ElBaradei under house arrest
[AP]
Egypt cuts internet to disrupt protests
[FT]

WikiLeaks cables Show Delicate U.S. Dealings With Egypt’s Leaders
[NYT]
Slideshow: Egypt’s Days of Rage
[FP]
From the mosques to the streets: Thousands protest in Cairo, ElBaradei joins demonstrations
[Haaretz]
Egypt protests escalate in Cairo, Suez and other cities
[BBC]
Ben Ali allies dropped from cabinet
[Al Jazeera]

Northeast Asia
China
Wife of missing China activist Zhisheng speaks out
[BBC]

Family: Mongolian activist in China still not free
[AP]
Still no family visit for China’s Nobel winner
[AP]
As China grows more assertive, US, Japan push back
[AP]
China Approves Property Tax Trials to Curb Prices
[Bloomberg]
Koreas
South Korea relaxes apology demand for nuclear talks
[Reuters]
North Korea’s Kim Jong-il ‘opposed succession’
[BBC]

Japan
Japan vows fiscal reform after downgrade, but success
[Reuters]

Southeast/Central/South Asia
Myanmar court rejects bid to restore Suu Kyi party
[AP]
US official in Pakistan to face murder charge
[AP]
India raids “living Buddha” over alleged illegal funds [Reuters]

Kabul supermarket hit by deadly suicide attack – police
[BBC]
Germany approves new Afghanistan mandate outlining withdrawal
[Deutsche Welle]

Middle East
Lebanon PM wraps up talks on govt
[AFP]

Jewish settlers shoot 2 Palestinians in West Bank
[Reuters]
Baghdad attacks kill at least 51
[CNN]

Africa
Rwanda rebel Callixte Mbarushimana at war crimes court
[BBC]
Sudan: Satellite Images Confirm Govt Troop Buildup – Report
[All Africa]
Mandela, 92, home from S. African hospital
[AP]

Europe
Medvedev signs ratification of nuke pact with US
[AP]

Prosecutors say 2nd minor stayed at Berlusconi’s homes
[CNN]
French watchdog says no to gay marriage
[AP]

Americas
Inquiry into 1973 death of Chile’s Salvador Allende
[BBC]
Brazil floods: 8,000 free homes for victims
[BBC]

Domestic
Obama Selects Biden Aide Jay Carney as Press Secretary to Succeed Gibbs
[Bloomberg]
Marco Rubio Picks a Chief of Staff: Cesar Conda
[Weekly Standard]
Senate Tea Party Caucus holds first meeting without some who had embraced banner
[WaPo]
Wonkbook: Filibuster reform dead
[WaPo]
The story of Mark Salter
[POLITICO]
Asian-American lawmakers demand Limbaugh apology
[AP]
WikiLeaks probe: Army commanders were told not to send Manning to Iraq
[McClatchy]
Moody’s says U.S. credit rating risks are rising
[Reuters]
Report Details Wall Street Crisis
[WSJ]

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Daily International News 01.05.10

January 5, 2011

Daily International News
January 5, 2011

 

Chinese city of Harbin's ice festival is open now.

 

Northeast Asia
Koreas
NKorea calls for unconditional talks with South
[AP]
U.S. looks to China as talks begin on North Korea
[Reuters]
Analysis: Realism, not softening, seen in U.S.-North Korea moves
[Reuters]
Q+A: What keeps idea of North Korea “six-party” talks alive?
[Reuters]
China
China Rolls Out Its First Stealth Aircraft
[NYT]
U.S. downplays Chinese stealth fighter status
[Reuters]
Toshiba, China to co-develop nuclear reactor -Nikkei
[Reuters]
Police Officers Killed in Rare Burst of Gun Violence in China
[NYT]
World Bank issues bond denominated in Chinese yuan
[BBC]
China to let yuan rise 5 pct in 2011 -paper
[Reuters]
Japan
Japan in talks with U.S. over moving F-15 fighter drills to Guam
[Mainichi]
South Korea eyes military tie-up with Japan in non-combat areas
[Mainichi] and Japan to Propose Closer Military Ties With South Korea [NYT]
Japan wants to talk with China on rare earths – minister
[Reuters]

Southeast Asia
Philippine communist Ka Bart caught as truce ends
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Pakistan scholars warn against mourning slain governor
[Reuters]
US suspends military contractors in Afghanistan
[AP]
Afghanistan says attacks against VP thwarted
[AP]
Delhi Games chief Suresh Kalmadi faces detectives
[BBC]

Middle East
Russian president to visit Palestinian territories
[AP]
Israeli air strikes hit Gaza
[CNN]
WikiLeaks: Israel aimed to keep Gaza economy on brink of collapse
[Haaretz]
EU says IAEA should inspect Iran’s nuclear sites
[Reuters]
Iran offers India new way to buy oil
[UPI]
Shah of Iran’s son Alireza Pahlavi found dead at US home
[Guardian]
Turkish investigators find suspected mass grave
[AP]
Anti-US cleric Muqtada al-Sadr returns to Iraq
[AP]
Kuwait PM survives no-confidence vote
[AP]

Africa
Ivory Coast: Laurent Gbagbo maintains Ouattara blockade
[BBC]
Ouattara says no risk of civil war in Ivory Coast
[Reuters]
China to send observers to Sudan as Beshir softens stance
[RFI]
Southern Sudan returnees put a strain on limited resources
[CNN]
Zambia mine shooting: Chinese bosses miss court hearing
[BBC]

Europe
German dioxin scandal: animal feed additive tainted
[BBC]
Mysterious bird deaths, paralleling US, hit Sweden [BBC]

Domestic
In House, new Republican majority plans to act fast to undo Obama’s agenda
[WaPo]
Ten members to watch in the 112th Congress
[WaPo]
As Boehner Ascends, His Power Comes With Caveats
[NYT]
After losing House, Democrats will try new strategy: bipartisanship
[WaPo]
Robert Gibbs leaving the White House
[WaPo]
Who Will Fill Bob Gates’ Pentagon Office?
[TIME]
Pentagon Gets Approval for Modest Growth in Budget Plan for Fiscal 2012
[Bloomberg]
U.S. tells agencies: Watch ‘insiders’ to prevent new WikiLeaks
[MSNBC]
15-Year Sentence for 1968 Plane Hijacking
[NYT]
New edition removes Mark Twain’s ‘offensive’ words
[AP]

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Daily International News 11.04.10

November 4, 2010

Daily International News
November 4, 2010

Global
Political tension may overshadow G-20, APEC summit
[AP]

Northeast Asia
China
Analysis: Strategic tensions threaten Asia as China rises
[Reuters]
China Urges Europeans to Snub Nobel Ceremony
[NYT]
China’s Hu Jintao to sign big deals on France visit
[BBC]
Outspoken Chinese artist to defiantly ‘celebrate’ demolition of studio
[BBC]
China internet users forced to choose in software row
[BBC]

Koreas
SKorea, US in trade talks before G20 summit
[AP]
Report: NKorean hacking increases ahead of G-20
[AP]
UN food agency says NKorea children malnourished
[AP]

Southeast Asia
Burma hit by massive net attack ahead of election
[BBC]
Burma to build its first Special Economic Zone
[BBC]
US, New Zealand sign strategic deal after nuclear row
[BBC]
Two airlines ground A380s after emergency landing
[Reuters]
Indonesian volcano erupts again; death toll at 44
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Pentagon awards jet fuel contract to secretive company
[WaPo]
Afghan attorney general investigates alleged voting fraud
[WaPo]
Three US drone strikes kill 11 militants in North Waziristan
[Dawn]
Protests Flare In Kashmir As India Attempts Talks
[NPR]

Middle East
Yemen parcel bomb ‘was 17 minutes from exploding’
[BBC] and Gibbs: No info that explosion was 17 minutes away [AP]
Report: Kurdish group claims Istanbul bombing
[AP]
Al-Qaida No. 2 vows revenge for imprisoned woman
[AP]
Iran holds four ‘UK-linked men’ for killings – state TV
[BBC]
Iran stages mass protest on anniversary of US embassy capture
[Telegraph]
Israel’s Barak stung by “idiot” insult
[Reuters]

Africa
Ivory Coast set for presidential election run-off
[BBC]
Liberian President Sirleaf dismisses cabinet
[Reuters]
Kenyan minister William Ruto in The Hague to meet ICC
[BBC]

Europe
Serb leader Tadic apologises for 1991 Vukovar massacre
[BBC]
Far right hold largest Moscow rally in years
[Reuters]
ECB unswayed by Fed bond move
[AP]

Americas
Police seize 25 tonnes of marijuana as Mexico-US drug tunnel found
[BBC]
Haiti cholera deaths rise sharply
[BBC]

Domestic – Midterms
Around the world, concern over the global impact of U.S. elections
[WaPo]
Abroad, Fear That Midterm Result May Turn U.S. Inward
[NYT]
Analysis – U.S. election raises hope for trade deals
[Reuters]
Republicans’ gains in U.S. midterm elections may affect nuclear disarmament policies
[Mainichi]
Obama invites GOP leaders to meeting on economic, nuclear issues
[WaPo]
Obama Says Midterm ‘Shellacking’ to Spur Cooperation
[Bloomberg]

Domestic – Other
Post-midterms, Obama to focus on foreign policy in four-nation Asian trip
[WaPo]
Darrell Issa: I’ll investigate George W. Bush, too
[Politico]
In new memoir, Bush makes clear he approved use of waterboarding
[WaPo]
D.C. Mayor-elect Gray unveils transition team
[WaPo]
DC’s budding Rush Limbaugh
[WaPo]
WikiLeaks urges U.S. to fully examine abuses
[Reuters]
So Long, Tim Geithner
[CNBC]
Fed Fires $600 Billion Stimulus Shot
[WSJ]
Bernanke op-ed: What the Fed did and why: supporting the recovery and sustaining price stability [WaPo]

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Daily International News 08.12.10

August 12, 2010
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Daily International News
August 12, 2010

Northeast Asia
China
China’s army condemns South Korean-US sea drills
[AP]
Xinhua, China Mobile to establish internet search engine joint venture
[Xinhua]
China admits only foreigners hit by anti-trust law
[AP]
Group: Tibetan businessman gets life in prison
[AP]
Hopes fade for landslide survivors
[Global Times]
Hidden trillions widen China’s wealth gap – report
[Reuters]
Korea
Korean President to grant special pardons
[JAIB]
A day after Japan’s apology, ambassador looks to bright future
[JAIB]
Japan
Japan Hints at Yen Intervention
[WSJ]
Missing centenarians cause angst in aging Japan
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Pakistan
New Flood Warnings Raise Fears in Pakistan
[NYT]
President Zardari makes first visit to flood zone
[Dawn]
Holbrooke: Pakistan Aid Inadequate
[CFR]
Afghanistan
Aid group: Fighters not thieves killed 10 workers
[AP]
Unrest Is Undermining Hopes for Afghan Vote
[NYT]
India
India sets Aug. 31 deadline for BlackBerry info
[AP]
India rejects UK scientists’ ‘superbug’ claim
[BBC]
India approves caste-based census
[BBC]
Kazakhstan
Two dead in Kazakh prison riot
[BBC]

Middle East
Israel/PA
Israel said to reject Palestinian formula for talks
[Reuters]
Resistance on Gaza flotilla more than expected, Israeli military chief says
[WaPo]
Iran/Iraq
Iran TV airs ‘confession’ from woman facing stoning
[BBC]
Iraq army ‘not ready’ until 2020
[Al Jazeera]
White House: US on track to end Iraq combat role
[AP]
Murr slams ‘conditional’ US military aid
[Daily Star]
Kuwait
US to sell Kuwait Patriot anti-ballistic missile system
[BBC]

Africa
South Sudan independence vote ‘risks being derailed’
[AFP]
Moroccan police ‘break up 18-strong militant cell’
[BBC]
Uganda LRA rebels ‘on massive forced recruitment drive’
[BBC] Original Report: CAR/DR Congo: LRA Conducts Massive Abduction Campaign [HRW]
Grenade Strikes Rwanda’s Capital Two Days After Election
[NYT]

Europe
Greek economy shrinks, jobless rate jumps
[Telegraph]
French police dismantle some 40 Gypsy camps
[AP]
Deadly fires rage on in Portugal
[BBC]
UK
Sinn Fein: British, Irish talk with IRA dissidents
[AP]
BAA airport staff vote for strike action
[BBC]
British officers face charges over an attack on Babar Ahmad
[BBC]
Beckham no longer wanted by national team coach
[AP]

Americas
Brazil signs on to UN sanctions against Iran
[AFP]
Car bomb explodes in Colombian capital
[Reuters]
Guantanamo jury recommends 14 years for Al Qaeda cook
[LAT]
Suriname under scrutiny as ex-dictator returns
[AP]
Ecuador rocked by 6.9 quake, no major damage
[Reuters]

Domestic
Judge to rule on stay Thursday in Prop. 8 case
[AP]
Google-Verizon Pact May Herald Demise of Equal-Access Internet
[Bloomberg]
Senate hustles through $600M border bill
[WashTimes]
Despite Scandal, Rangel Draws a Crowd
[NYT]
Palin Joins Armey as Republicans Aid Tea Party Hostile Takeover [Bloomberg]
Get well, Robert Gibbs!
[Salon]
Stocks plunge as U.S. trade deficit is wider than expected
[WaPo]
100,000 in D.C. area without power after storm
[WashTimes]