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Daily International News 02.28.11

February 28, 2011

Daily International News
February 28, 2011

Jasmine Revolution
Op-ed: Mideast Without Despots Needs Different U.S. Surge: Albert Hunt
[Bloomberg]
Libya
Clinton urges Gaddafi to step down
[Al Jazeera]
Libya oil chief: Production down 50 percent
[AP]
World raises pressure on Libya, rebels hold key towns
[Reuters]
Criticism-hit France sends aid to Libya opposition
[BBC]
EU approves wide sanctions against Libya
[AP]
Cameron: UK planning for no-fly zone over Libya
[AP]
Libyan Gov’t Continues to Blames Islamic Militants and the West for Unrest
[NYT]
NAfrica
Mubarak given travel ban by Egypt
[BBC]
Tunisian interim prime minister resigns
[LAT]
Arabian Peninsula
Bahrain protesters block parliament
[AP]
Oman protesters stage third day of unrest
[AP]

East Asia
SKorea, US begin annual drills amid NKorean
[AP]
S. Korea not mulling return of U.S. tactical nuclear weapons: gov’t
[Yonhap]
China again cracks down on planned protests across country
[McClatchy]
China says population rises to 1.34 billion
[AFP]
Diplomats slam China harassment of journalists
[AP]
Vietnam activist Nguyen Dan Que held for uprising call
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
US repositions troops in eastern Afghanistan
[AP]
Gates warns against future land wars like Iraq, Afghanistan
[LAT]
NATO: 4 service members killed in Afghanistan
[AP]
Agriculture reform key to India budget
[FT]

Middle East
Barak: Assad ready to consider Israel-Syria peace deal
[Haaretz]
Iraqi court gives Briton 20 years over slayings
[AP]
After protests, Iraq PM urges early local vote
[AP]
Iran: Outside contact with opposition leaders cut
[AP]

Africa
Sudan: Abyei ethnic clashes mar peace deal
[BBC]
Assailants attack Congo president’s home; 9 dead
[AP]
Kenya rights group warns of 2012 vote violence
[AP]

Europe
UN chief accuses Belarus of violating Ivory Coast arms embargo
[CNN]
Belarus presidential hopeful says he was tortured
[AP]
Fine Gael to open Irish coalition talks
[BBC]
Italy’s Berlusconi back on trial for tax fraud
[AP]
British Airways worker guilty of plane bomb plot
[AP]
Call to extend Catholic-Jewish amity to Islam
[Reuters]

Americas
U.S. subcontractor jailed in Cuba to face trial
[McClatchy]
Mexico arrests two more in US agent Jaime Zapata murder
[BBC]
Carnival accident kills 16 in Brazil
[AP]

Domestic
Good Newt and Bad Newt
[WaPo]
The true key states for Obama in ’12
[WaPo]
GOP spending plan would cost 700,000 jobs, new report says
[WaPo]
Wisconsin protesters stay put; defiant governor holds ground
[CNN]
Deal on Spending Cuts Would Defer Tougher Decisions
[WSJ]
Last US veteran of WWI dies in W. Va. at age 110
[AP]
Oscar 2011 winners: ‘King’s Speech’ rules the night
[EW]

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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 11.02.10

November 2, 2010

Daily International News – because there’s a whole world of news today…but I also got your midterm news, too.
November 2, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
NKorea makes point-by-point denial of ship sinking
[AP]
N Korea to give torpedo sample
[BBC]

North Muddies Korea’s ‘Brand,’ But South Won’t Take a Hard Line
[WSJ]
‘North Korea may become part of China’
[Korea Times]

China/Taiwan
China objects to US offer over disputed islands
[AP]

Clinton Says China Will Need More Political Freedom
[Bloomberg]
UN chief criticized for failing to press China
[AP]
British PM Cameron to visit Beijing next week
[AP]
At Odds with the U.S., Pakistan Deepens Ties with China
[TIME]
‘Chinese double agent’ arrested in Taiwan
[BBC]

Japan/Northern Territories
Japan Summons Envoy to Russia Over Islands Dispute
[NYT]
Dmitry Medvedev ‘planning new visit to disputed Kurils’
[BBC]

Southeast Asia
Vietnam’s Cam Ranh base to welcome foreign navies
[AP]
Myanmar’s ethnic minorities prepare for war
[AP]

Myanmar storm killed dozens, 81,000 left homeless – U.N.
[Reuters]
US Endorses Malaysia’s Call For Religious Moderation
[Bernama]
Indonesian volcano forces flight cancellations
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Afghan candidates and MPs call for new election
[Reuters]
US to Hand over Small Bases to Afghan Army
[Tolo News]
Plan in Pakistan to Export Wheat Generates Criticism
[WSJ]
India hikes interest rates to contain inflation
[AP]

Middle East – Yemen AQAP Threat
Militants ‘blow up Yemen pipeline’ [BBC]
Yemen begins hunt for plot suspect
[Al Jazeera] and Yemen charges US-born radical cleric al-Awlaki [AP]
Germany, U.K. Restrict Flights, Parcels After Bombs
[Bloomberg] and World airlines call for improved cargo-screening [AP]
Earlier Flight May Have Been Dry Run for Plotters
[NYT]

Middle East – Other
Iran envoy dismisses tougher terms for atom fuel swap
[Reuters]

Iraq TV station taken off air after deadly church raid
[BBC]
Syria must wield influence in Lebanon to help U.S. relations, says top diplomat
[WaPo]
Jewish-Arab relations in Israel hit boiling point
[AP]
Fayyad cancels Jerusalem visit after Israel warning
[Reuters]
Israeli soldier jailed over Palestinian prisoner photo
[BBC]

Africa
Tanzania: Chaos Reigns as Electoral Commission Delays Releasing Results
[All Africa]
‘Historic’ turnout in Ivory Coast’s presidential poll
[BBC]
Guinea election boycott threat is averted
[BBC]

Europe
4 small mail bombs explode in Athens
[AP]
Cameron and Sarkozy hail UK-France defence treaties
[BBC]

UK government may allow convicted prisoners to vote
[BBC]
More Than 100,000 Pay for British News Site
[NYT]
BP back to profit after oil spill
[BBC]
Russian imprisoned oil tycoon Khodorkovsky verdict to be delivered Dec. 15
[AP]

Americas
President-elect Rousseff names business-friendly transition team
[MercoPress]
Haiti cholera ‘resembles South Asian strain’
[BBC]
Widowed Argentine President Fernandez in tearful speech
[BBC]

Domestic – Midterms
Issue Guide: 2010 Midterm Elections
[CFR]
9 Secret Election Day Surges
[Daily Beast]
Democrats bracing for major losses
[WaPo]
5 Reasons Democrats Could Beat the Polls and Hold the House
[NYT]

Sarah Palin Endorses Third Party Gubernatorial Candidate Tom Tancredo
[ABC]
California Looks for Cash Under Proposal to Legalize Marijuana
[Bloomberg]
Pressure Builds on Obama to Shake Up Inner Circle
[WSJ]
Op-ed: Obama may just be an interlude [FT]
Op-ed: Go Small and Stay Home [FP]
EU and US ‘must work together’ after midterms, says diplomat
[DW]

Domestic – Other
Google sues US in software battle
[BBC]

Federal Appeals Court Weighs Arizona Law on Immigrants
[NYT]
Fed Will Probably Start $500 Billion of Bond Buying
[Bloomberg]
Tim Lincecum, Edgar Renteria deliver Giants’ first title since 1954
[ESPN]

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Daily International News 05.21.10

May 21, 2010

Daily International News
May 21, 2010

Northeast Asia
Clinton Op-Ed: US-China Achievements go Beyond Expo
[Global Times]
Clinton Says North Korea Ship Attack Requires Action [Bloomberg]
South Korea vows caution over ship, North sees war
[Reuters]
Dalai Lama tweets to Chinese citizens about Tibet
[AP]
Singapore, Hong Kong surpass US in competitiveness
[AP]
Toyota recalls Lexus cars in Japan, US to follow
[AP]

Southeast/South Asia
Thai PM committed to reconciliation but no poll offer
[Reuters]
Experts: Bangkok crackdown no replay of Tiananmen
[AP]
Cyclone Laila hits southeast India, 23 killed
[AP]

AfPak
Pakistan’s Musharraf to “join politics” – report
[Reuters]
No survivors found at Afghan airline crash site
[AP]
New U.S. troops arriving in Afghanistan quickly learn about challenges
[WaPo]

Middle East
Israel releases Hamas man jailed after Shalit capture
[BBC]
Jews in Arab east Jerusalem defy Obama peace push
[AP]
U.N.’s Ban hopes Iran deal may bring atom settlement
[Reuters]
Iran sanctions won’t stop missiles: Russian senator
[Reuters]

Africa
Salva Kiir sworn in as Southern Sudan president
[BBC]

Europe
German parliament approves eurozone rescue package
[DW]
First Trip Abroad Takes British Leader to Europe
[NYT]
3 Basques convicted in 2006 Madrid airport bombing
[AP]

Americas/Domestic
Calderón Again Assails Arizona Law on Detention
[NYT]
Leader of Mexico Indian community, wife killed
[AP]
Obama Replacing Blair as Intelligence Director Amid Criticism
[Bloomberg]
Senate Passes Reforms Designed to Prevent Worst U.S. Collapse
[Bloomberg]
BP denies coverup as spilled oil keeps coming
[Reuters]
Researchers Say They Created a ‘Synthetic Cell’
[NYT]