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Daily International News 06.14.11

June 14, 2011

Daily International News
June 14, 2011

Northeast Asia
Koreas
US satellite images capture new buildings at North Korea nuclear plant
[Telegraph]
NKorea urges SKorea to abandon hostile policy
[AP]
China/Taiwan
Chinese president: China-Iran friendly cooperation conducive to peace, stability in region, world

[Xinhua]

China ‘will not use force’ in South China Sea disputes
[BBC]
China fumes over Hillary Clinton remark
[POLITICO]
Police stem south China riots amid migrant workers’ anger
[Reuters]

China ups bank reserves ratio as inflation hits 34-month high
[Reuters]
Taiwan to lower budget for F-16 fighter jets
[AP]

Japan
Japan cabinet approves Fukushima nuclear compensation
[Guardian]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Myanmar gov’t battles rebels near Chinese border
[AP]
Indonesia police arrest 2002 Bali bombing suspect
[AP]
Australian prime minister snubs Dalai Lama
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Karachi officials ‘removed’ after death of unarmed man
[BBC]
Afghanistan: Death penalty for Jalalabad bank massacre
[BBC]
Indian foreign secretary due in Pakistan to discuss Kashmir
[Reuters]
India Inflation Accelerates, Rate Increase Likely
[WSJ]
Nepal follows China as second Asian nation without landmines
[BBC]
First India-Sri Lanka passenger ferry for 30 years
[BBC]

Middle East
Fatah, Hamas meet in Cairo to settle dispute on leadership
[Xinhua]

Gaza unemployment levels ‘among worst in world’
[BBC]
CIA Plans Yemen Drone Strikes
[WSJ]

Bomb kills Yemen officer, Gulf states mull solution
[Reuters]
Haunted by Homicide: Federal Grand Jury Investigates War Crimes at Abu Ghraib, Plus Other Alleged CIA Abuses
[TIME]
Anonymous members arrested in Turkey
[BBC]
Syrian troops ‘widening’ crackdown
[Al Jazeera]
Gunmen, suicide bombers storm Iraq council building
[Reuters]

Africa
Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood forms coalition with liberal party
[WaPo]
Qaddafi Coddled by U.S. Oil Producers
[Bloomberg]
Misrata oil refinery shelled by Gaddafi’s forces – video
[Guardian]
Reports: Abyei demilitarisation deal reached [Al Jazeera]
Somalia’s prime minister says he won’t quit office
[AP]
Airline: flights disrupted by E. Africa ash cloud
[AP]
Battle lines drawn in bid to lead S.Africa’s ANC
[Reuters]

Europe
Nuclear Referendum: Italians Vote No to Berlusconi
[Der Spiegel]
IMF shortlists France’s Lagarde and Mexico’s Carstens
[BBC]
Greek rating now worst in the world
[FT]

Americas
Congressional report: US guns fuel Mexico violence
[BBC]
Chilean volcano ash causes further flight havoc
[Guardian]

Domestic
Obama makes first presidential visit to Puerto Rico
[POLITICO]
Obama: My family would be fine with just 1 term
[AP]
U.S. Military Aid to Overseas Allies May Face Cuts, Mullen Says
[Bloomberg]
Hackers break into U.S. Senate computers
[Reuters]
GOP debate rivals let Romney off easy
[POLITICO]
Michele Bachmann is in
[POLITICO]
Tim Pawlenty beats hasty New Hampshire retreat
[POLITICO]
Cain says he meant Muslims ‘who are trying to kill us’
[POLITICO]
Senate to vote on repealing ethanol tax credits
[AP]
Firefighters turn corner on massive Arizona blaze
[Reuters]
Barack Obama suggests Anthony Weiner resign
[POLITICO]

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Daily International News 02.09.11

February 9, 2011

Daily International News
February 9, 2011

Northeast Asia
Pentagon highlights threats from Asia in strategy report
[TWT]
Koreas
Korea talks “collapse” in setback for nuclear dialogue
[Reuters]
S. Korea backing away from potential Red Cross talks with N. Korea
[Yonhap]
N. Korea denies ship sinking, defends artillery attack
[Kyodo]
Tough Woman Plays Key Role in Inter-Korean Talks
[Chosun]
Somali pirates free South Korean ship and 43 crew
[AP]
China/Taiwan
Taiwan general Lo Hsien-che held on China spy charges
[BBC]
Ma calls for use of term ‘mainland’
[Global Times]
Facebook expands Asia operation with Hong Kong office
[BBC]
Japan
Japan’s emperor to undergo heart tests
[AP]
Sumo grand champion apologises over scandal‎
[BBC]

South/Southeast/Central Asia
Thais, Cambodia face diplomatic pressure to end dispute
[Reuters]
Pakistan officials hopeful on held American spat
[AP]
Pakistani cabinet resigns as part of revamp plan
[Reuters]
Afghanistan Jalalabad university is bombed
[BBC]

Middle East
Middle East peace process at risk, William Hague says
[BBC]
Iranian Dissident Says Planned March Will Test Regime
[NYT]
Bombings in northern Iraq kill 7
[AP]
Egyptian opposition defiant over VP’s warning of coup
[AP]
Opposition: Mubarak must act now or risk ‘complete chaos’
[WaPo]

Africa
South Sudan minister shot dead in Juba – army
[Reuters]
Charles Taylor boycotts war crimes trial again
[AP]

Europe
Three arrested in connection with Moscow bomb – report
[Reuters]
Prosecutors Seek Immediate Trial in Berlusconi Sex Case
[NYT]
Britain Reaches Deal With Banks on Lending and Pay
[NYT]
Archbishop of Canterbury backs votes for prisoners
[Guardian]
German Central Bank Undercuts ‘Rumors’ Surrounding President
[NYT]

Americas
Haiti’s ex-leader Aristide ‘seeks no political role’
[BBC]
Salvador prez: Obama to visit El Salvador in March
[AP]
Prison riot in Brazil’s Maranhao state leaves six dead
[BBC]

Domestic
US Assange Probe Hits Snag
[WSJ]
Obama, Biden to lunch with Republican leaders
[AP]
House rejects measure that would extend key Patriot Act provisions through December
[WaPo]
McDonnell is handed legislative defeat as Virginia assembly drops bill to privatize liquor stores
[WaPo]
Investing more in high-speed rail will keep U.S. competitive, White House says
[WaPo]
Fannie, Freddie Could Be Phased Out Under Treasury Housing Plan
[Bloomberg]
Obama’s Approval Rating on Deficit Sinks to New Low
[Gallup]