Posts Tagged ‘huma’

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Daily International News 06.16.11

June 16, 2011

Daily International News
June 16, 2011

Northeast Asia
Koreas
North Korea demands defectors’ return from South Korea
[BBC]
Nine North Koreans drift South and defect
[JoongAng]
Rok Launches Defense Command to better Shield Western Border Islands From Attack
[Arirang]
China
China arrests 14 North Koreans in northeast border area
[Yonhap]
China closes Tibet to foreigners ahead of anniversary
[Reuters]
China refusing to issue visas to U.S. arms probe investigators
[Kyodo]
Group: Chinese forces suppress new unrest in east
[AP]
China dispatches large patrol ship amid tensions
[AP]
Senior leader stresses supervision over policy implementation in Xinjiang
[Xinhua]
Chinese, Russian presidents hold talks on co-op
[Xinhua]
China invites Sudan leader accused of war crimes
[AP]
China’s Wen to visit Germany and Britain
[AP]
Japan
Fukushima: It’s much worse than you think
[Al Jazeera]
Japan nuke plant set to treat contaminated water
[AP]
FIFA to provide financial aid to Japanese soccer
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Report: 10,000 flee fighting in northern Myanmar
[AP]
Papua New Guinea leader’s son Teo Abal on murder charge
[BBC]
Indonesia jails cleric Abu Bakar Ba’asyir for 15 years
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Al-Zawahiri named new al-Qaeda chief
[Al Jazeera]
Pakistan’s Chief of Army Fights to Keep His Job
[NYT]
Pakistan-U.S. security relationship at lowest point since 2001, officials say
[WaPo]
Plea for Indian condemned for Malaysia drug smuggling
[BBC]
BBC demands release of journalist held in Tajikistan
[BBC]

Middle East
Syrian army reinforces around restive northern town
[Reuters]
Syrian authorities detain hundreds in northwest
[AP]
Militants stage more attacks in south Yemen
[Reuters]
Bahrain’s appeal for talks faces cool reception
[AP]
Bahrain frees activists held after UN sit-in
[Al Jazeera] 
Iraqi court sentences 15 to death for massacre
[AP]

Africa
South Sudan army says ready for more border attacks
[Reuters]
Obama administration: Libya action does not require congressional approval
[WaPo]
NATO hits Gadhafi compound, diplomacy heats up
[AP]
Gaddafi’s son holds out offer of elections
[Reuters]
Police blame Islamist sect for deadly Nigeria blast
[Reuters]

Europe
E.coli breaks out in France, 5 children in hospital
[Reuters]
Greek PM reshuffle plan in doubt as deputies quit
[Reuters]
Euro countries back new rights for domestic workers
[AP]

Americas/Domestic
Newt Gingrich demands NBC apology
[POLITICO]
NY Assembly passes same-sex marriage 80-63
[Times Union]
U.S. Rep. Weiner tells friends he will resign
[Reuters]
Tiny amounts of toxic chemical found near US base
[AP]
Obama to meet with Mongolian leader
[AP]
US Rep. Giffords released from Houston hospital
[AP]
Trouble in Vancouver’s Streets After Defeat
[NYT]

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Daily International News 06.09.11

June 9, 2011

Daily International News
June 9, 2011

Northeast Asia
Japan
Japan finance minister a frontrunner to be next PM
[Reuters]

Economy Sends Japanese to Fukushima for Jobs
[NYT]
North Korea
NKorea threatens to expose taped talks with South
[AP]

China, DPRK reach consensus on developing two economic zones in DPRK
[Xinhua]
China
China says envoy from Libyan rebels to visit soon
[AP]
Concern Over Grassroots Local Campaigns in China
[NYT]
China rebuffs UN plea over ‘disappeared’ Tibetan monks
[BBC]

Dalai Lama: China not enemy, some hard-liners are
[AP]
Vietnam and China hackers escalate Spratly Islands row
[BBC]
China warns neighbors: Stop oil search in Spratlys
[AP]
Report: General confirms China’s aircraft carrier
[AP]

Lagarde visits China to gather support for IMF top job
[BBC]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Burma gets a record $20bn in foreign investment
[BBC]
Myanmar blames ethnic rebels for fatal train blast
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Calls Increase for Drawdown in Afghanistan
[Bloomberg]
Gunmen attack Afghan wedding party, killing 9
[AP]
Over 100 militants attack Pakistan’s northwest
[Reuters]
Uzbek religious refugees in Kazakhstan face extradition
[BBC]
Fasting guru denies he’s arming followers in India
[AP]

Middle East
US hits Iran’s police chief with sanctions
[AP]

With one escape route, Syrians stream into Turkey
[AP]
Yemen government says 12 al-Qaida militants killed
[AP]  
Yemen awaits possible Saleh return after surgery
[Reuters]
UN nuclear watchdog refers Syria to Security Council
[BBC]

In Saudi Arabia, Royal Funds Buy Peace for Now
[NYT]

Africa
Gaddafi faces new ICC charges for using rape as weapon in conflict
[Guardian]
Fresh round of NATO strikes hit Tripoli outskirts
[AP]
Libya rebels eye oil restart, win aid pledges
[Reuters]
Obama to welcome Gabon president at White House
[AP]
Tunisia Postpones Election, Possibly Aiding New Parties
[NYT]
Burkina Faso government replaces its governors
[AP]
Somali leaders postpone elections by a year
[AP]

Attack on Somali port kills 1 civilian
[AP]

Europe
EU keeps Bulgaria, Romania out of border zone
[AP]

Cesare Battisti extradition: Italy to go to Hague court
[BBC]
Dutch find different E. coli, pull beet sprouts
[AP]

Americas
Chinese oil workers ‘kidnapped by Colombia rebels’
[BBC]
Aide’s Quitting Casts Doubt on Brazil’s New President
[NYT]
Chile volcano: Ash cloud forces flight cancellations
[BBC]
Corruption scandal hits Argentina’s Mothers group
[AP]

Domestic
Nuclear Industry Will Conduct Post-Fukushima U.S. Safety Review
[Bloomberg]

Ex-NSA manager has reportedly twice rejected plea bargains in Espionage Act case
[WaPo]
Leon Panetta’s 5 challenges
[POLITICO]
Panetta faces no major hurdles to confirmation as Pentagon chief
[WaPo]
Opinion: Crocker Didn’t Dissuade Low Hopes on Afghanistan
[WaPo]

Weiner abides despite new photo, baby on the way
[AP]
President Obama’s campaign expands its 2012 map
[POLITICO]
Texas’s Rick Perry weighing a 2012 candidacy
[WaPo]
Romney draws early fire from conservatives over views on climate change
[WaPo]
Jon Huntsman’s no-names strategy
[POLITICO] 
Regulators pressuring banks after Citi data breach
[Reuters]
Sheriff orders remaining residents of 2 Arizona towns in path of huge wildfire to flee
[WaPo]
Heat gripping half of US expected to last for days
[AP]