Posts Tagged ‘hayward’

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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 09.15.10

September 15, 2010

Daily International News
September 15, 2010

Northeast Asia
Arnold Schwarzenegger sells California to East Asia [BBC]
Koreas
North Korea to resume talks with UN Command on sinking
[Nation]
US envoy: No quick progress likely in NKorea talks
[AP]
Bosworth seeks improved North-South relations to resume 6-way talks
[Kyodo]
Carter hopes prisoner release helps peace talks
[AP]
N. Korean website raises succession issue ahead of key party meeting
[Yonhap]
The Rapid Rise of Kim Jong-un
[Chosun]
NKorean political gathering delayed, sources say
[AP]
Japan
Kan works on new Cabinet, DPJ leadership lineups
[Kyodo]
Japan moves to combat rising yen
[BBC]
China
China rejects US trade complaint over clean energy
[AP]

Southeast Asia
Cambodia opens first methadone clinic for heroin users
[BBC]
Police arrest vigilantes for Indonesia church attack
[Reuters]

South/Central Asia
U.S. Debates Karzai’s Place in Fighting Corruption
[NYT]
Kabulbank directors were paid $500K bonuses – audit
[Reuters]
Holbrooke talks up American aid in Pakistan visit
[AP]
Pakistani printers make fake Afghan voting cards
[AP]

Middle East
Peace Talks
Israeli aircraft strike Gaza as leaders convene
[AP]
Israelis, Palestinians ‘Getting Down to Business’
[Bloomberg]
No concessions in Middle East talks
[Al Jazeera]
Iran/Iraq
American freed by Iran plans medical exam in Oman
[AP]
Former Iranian president calls on Iran to take U.S.-led sanctions seriously
[WaPo]
US-Iraqi raid on Fallujah kills 7
[AP]

Africa
Guinea election body set to decide on poll
[Reuters]
Nigeria president declares election bid on Facebook
[Reuters]

UK
Ed Miliband ‘increasingly confident’ in Labour race
[BBC]
BP’s Hayward to testify to UK lawmakers on spill
[AP]
UK MP says speed of defence review ‘could put operations at risk’
[BBC]

Europe
Europe Proposes Rules to Help Steady Markets
[NYT]
Pope’s visit: aide steps aside after comparing Britain to ‘third world’
[Guardian]
French Senate approves burqa ban
[DW]
French lawmakers OK raising retirement age to 62
[AP]

Americas
Former Chilean President to Lead New U.N. Agency
[NYT]
Self-employment key to Cuban economic overhaul
[AP]
Tropical storm Karl hits Mexico’s Yucatan
[AP]

Domestic
Tea Party win hurts Republicans’ Senate chances
[Reuters]
How Adrian Fenty lost his reelection bid for D.C. mayor
[WaPo]
Primary Voter Turnout Stays Low, but More So for Democrats
[NYT]
Lugar’s final word on new START
[FP]
Pentagon Accelerates Savings Push
[WSJ]

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Daily International News 07.26.10

July 26, 2010

Daily International News
July 26, 2010

Global
Global Economy May Slow to 3.25% From 4.7% Average
[Bloomberg]

NE Asia
Submarine focus for US-South Korea military drill
[BBC]
North Korea’s threats over US-South Korea war games: Another bluff?
[CSM]
Doubts surface on North Korea’s role in ship sinking
[LAT]
A Clouded Outlook: Japan from Dynamo to Dinosaur
[Time]

SE Asia/Pacific
Khmer Rouge Figure Is Found Guilty of War Crimes
[NYT]
Bus-stop bombing kills one in Bangkok
[BBC]
New Philippine leader Aquino sets out agenda
[BBC]

Central/South Asia
Afghan war logs: key findings
[Telegraph]
Karzai orders probe into Afghan civilian deaths
[ABC]
Pakistan Aids Insurgency in Afghanistan, Reports Assert
[NYT]
Burma leader’s India visit draws rights criticism
[BBC]

Middle East
EU tightens sanctions over Iran nuclear programme
[BBC]
Iran improves ballistic missile capabilities
[Tehran Times]
Israeli Arab Raed Salah jailed over spitting incident
[BBC]
Yemen forces ‘kill al-Qaeda trio’
[BBC]
Turkey requests PKK leader’s extradition
[Today’s Zaman]

Africa
ICC Bashir warrants ‘undermine peace in Africa’
[AFP]
Somalia: AU Ministers Agree to ‘Take On’ Al Shabaab
[All Africa]
Uganda president urges action against Somali militants
[BBC]

Europe
BP Said to Cast Dudley as CEO as It Looks to Rebuild
[Bloomberg]
Sarkozy condemns hostage killing
[BBC]
Oil Giant Fined for Shipping Sludge to Ivory Coast
[NYT]
Prosecutors launch investigation into Love Parade tragedy
[DW]

Domestic/Americas
Alex Salmond calls on US to release Lockerbie files
[BBC]
Hearing on Lockerbie Sets Off More Finger-Pointing
[NYT]

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Daily International News 07.21.10

July 21, 2010

Daily International News
July 21, 2010

Japan/Koreas
US announces new sanctions against North Korea
[AP] and US to widen sanctions against North Korea [FT]
Korea war games sign of growing tensions
[BBC]
U.S. Spy Chief Nominee Clapper Sees Danger Ahead From N. Korea
[Bloomberg]
NKorea on damage control at Asia security meeting
[AP]
Japan PM: Ex-NKorean spy visit will help abductees
[AP]

China/Taiwan
US Navy head calls China’s intentions ‘opaque’
[AP]
Taiwan-China flight negotiations hit snag
[AP]
Growing China oil spill threatens sea life, water
[AP]
More than 700 dead in Chinese floods
[CNN]

Central/South Asia
Karzai’s road map for reforms wins diplomats’ support at Afghan conference
[WaPo]
Water Dispute Increases India-Pakistan Tension
[NYT]
U.S. Forces Step Up Pakistan Presence
[WSJ]
Insurgents behead 6 Afghan police in north: NATO
[AP]

Middle East [non-Israel/Palestine related]
Iran says scientist provided information on CIA
[AP]
New sanctions crimp Iran’s shipping business as insurers withhold coverage
[WaPo]
Turkey foreign minister meets with Hamas leader
[BBC]
Don’t blame Europe for Turkey’s moves away from the West
[LAT]

Israel/Palestine
Israeli shelling kills Gaza militant, wounds 7
[Reuters]
Abbas: Specific US assurances on borders needed
[AP]
Israel to restrict white phosphorus use in future wars
[BBC]
Israel to Deploy Hi-Tech Anti-Rocket System
[VOA]

Africa
Chad should arrest Sudan’s Bashir-rights group
[Reuters]
Darfur Jem rebels sign deal to stop child soldiers
[BBC]
Dozens killed in clashes between Somali government forces and Islamist militants
[WaPo]
Somali pirates release 2 ships
[CNN]

Europe/UK
Cameron says Britain won’t investigate release of Lockerbie bomber
[WaPo]
BP denies CEO leaving as it readies asset sales
[Reuters]
U.S.: Russian cheating on START is insignificant
[Wash Times]
Police: 2 killed in Russian power station attack
[AP]
Spain predicts thaw in US and EU ties with Cuba
[AP]
UN court orders retrial for former Kosovo premier
[AP]
Scientists find most massive star ever discovered
[AP]

Americas
Cuba ready to free more political prisoners: parliament chief
[AFP]
GAO report: Mexico drug aid needs better oversight
[AP]
Chavez says government has stake in opposition broadcaster
[CNN]

Domestic
Firing of USDA official highlights larger political problems involving race
[WaPo]
RNC fails to report $7M in debt to FEC
[Wash Times]
Media Seek Looser Guantánamo Rules
[NYT]

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Daily International News 06.18.10

June 18, 2010

Daily International News
June 18, 2010

Korea(s)
U.S. envoy calls for strong message to North Korea on ship
[Reuters]
N. Korean footballers suspected missing accounted for: FIFA official
[Yonhap]
SKorea’s new army chief vows to beef up readiness
[AP]
S.Korea, India agree to launch nuclear energy talks
[AFP]
South Korea military alert over children’s balloons
[BBC]

Japan/China/TW
Future of commercial whaling ban rests with Japan
[AP]
Taiwan court extends detention for ex-leader
[Xinhua]
China says yuan exchange rate not up for discussion at G-20
[MarketWatch]
Study Criticizes Swine-Flu Follow-Up
[NYT]
NZ lawmaker claims Chinese security attacked him
[AP]

SE/Central Asia
Flooding, landslides kill nearly 60 in Myanmar
[AP]
Sri Lanka president condemns critics in victory pageant
[BBC]
U.S. envoy urges probe into Kyrgyz killings
[Reuters]
Interim leader: Up to 2,000 dead in Kyrgyz clashes
[AP]
Refugees Begin Returning to Kyrgyzstan
[NYT]

Middle East
Iran calls U.N. sanctions “illegal and invalid”
[Reuters]
U.S., Europe target Iran investment, trade
[WaPo]
Turkey: May air raid killed 100 Kurdish rebels
[AP]
Hamas, PA demand complete halt to closure
[JPost]
Sunni fighter’s killing is latest in attacks on former al-Qaeda insurgents
[WaPo]
Iraqi interpreter for U.S. shot dead by son and nephew [Reuters]

Africa
Ethiopia supreme court rejects election appeal
[AFP]
Somali pirates get 5 years in prison
[CNN]
Court Grants Bail and Frees American Lawyer in Rwanda
[NYT]
UN: Zimbabweans top asylum seekers worldwide
[AP]
S.Africa union delays power strike threat
[Reuters]

Europe
President Sarkozy: Britain helped save our honour
[Times UK]
IMF says Spain taking right steps towards stability
[BBC]
EU leaders back Estonia’s bid to adopt euro
[BusinessWeek]
Finnish PM quits, makes way for party’s new leader
[AP]

Domestic
U.S. may strip-search Guantanamo suspect – judge
[Reuters]
Secretary Clinton says DOJ will Challenge Arizona Immigration Law
[ABC]
Democrats lack consensus on climate bill
[Politico]
Loopholes Grow in Bill to Offset Ruling on Campaigns
[NYT]
BP’s U.S. Future Teeters After CEO, Lawmakers Clash
[Bloomberg]
Texas Congressman’s Apology to BP Is Denounced by His Own Party
[Bloomberg]
Pew: Muslims, Americans down on Obama’s foreign policy
[FP]
Utah firing squad executes convicted killer
[Reuters]
For the Lakers, victory has never been harder — or sweeter
[LAT]

Americas
Vigil for dozens trapped in Colombian coal mine
[AP]
Brazil suspends retaliation in U.S. cotton row
[Reuters]