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Daily International News 08.05.11

August 5, 2011

Daily International News
August 5, 2011

Hiroshima Anniversary
From Hiroshima to Fukushima
[WSJ]
New A-bomb exhibits to highlight Hiroshima peace ceremony
[Xinhua]
In a switch, Japan’s A-bomb survivors turn against nuclear energy
[WaPo]
Revisiting Hiroshima, Nagasaki
[Korea Times]
Countdown to Hiroshima 66 Years Ago: Was the Bomb Necessary?
[HuffPo Blog]
Kucinich to speak at Commemoration of Hiroshima
[Kitsap Sun]

Northeast Asia
Japan
Japan Detains Two China Ship Captains, May Rekindle Tensions
[Bloomberg]
Japan, China shut ports in path of powerful typhoon
[Reuters]
Nuke safety group OKs report saying chances of another Fukushima plant explosion are slim
[Mainichi]
Koreas
North Korea: 30 dead, thousands homeless in flood
[AP]
N. Korean vice foreign minister Kim leaves Beijing for home
[Kyodo]
Insight – North Korea leans on China to make economic zones work
[Reuters]
China
China may test run aircraft carrier on Sat.: Hong Kong report
[Kyodo]
Joe Biden to visit China, Japan, Mongolia
[Reuters]
China opposes Japan’s latest defense white paper
[Xinhua]
China relaxes birth restrictions for victim families of mudslide-hit county
[Xinhua]
Chinese Officials Seized and Sold Babies, Parents Say
[NYT]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Yingluck Shinawatra Is Elected Thai Prime Minister by Parliament
[NYT]
Philippine President Benigno Aquino meets Muslim rebels
[BBC]
Myanmar insurgents shoot 7 dead near Chinese-built power plants
[Kyodo]
Sri Lankan power-sharing talks near collapse
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Four Afghans killed as anti-NATO demonstration turns violent
[Reuters]

Middle East
Protest marches across Syria on first Ramadan Friday
[Reuters]
Second night of Israeli strikes on Gaza after rocket fire
[BBC]
Iran gives key oil role to a Revolutionary Guard on sanctions list
[LAT]

Africa
Libya denies report Gaddafi’s son Khamis killed by NATO
[Reuters]
Sudan ‘threatened to shoot UN helicopter’ in Abyei
[BBC]
Gunfire said to kill 7 as aid is looted in Somalia
[AP]
Shell faces $410M payout over Nigeria oil spills
[CNN]

Europe
Madrid ‘indignant’ protesters clash with riot police
[BBC]
Italy demands NATO probe regarding immigrants
[AP]
Ukraine’s ex-PM Yulia Tymoshenko ‘taken into custody’
[BBC]
Amnesty warns Georgia over refugee evictions
[Reuters]

Americas
Brazil Defence Minister Nelson Jobim resigns [BBC]
Mexico town’s police force resigns over drug attacks
[BBC]
Chile marks year since mine collapse
[BBC]

Domestic
The top 8 foreign policy issues stuck in Congress
[FP]
Leon Panetta: No more defense cuts
[POLITICO]
Glamour Goes on the Road With Hillary
[Glamour]
U.S. Posts Stronger Job Gains Amid Fear
[NYT]
U.S. Stock Futures Rebound on Payrolls Data, Treasuries Fall
[Bloomberg]
Republicans Set Sights on Balanced Budget Amendment
[NYT]
Romney signs marriage pledge
[POLITICO]
If Rick Perry gets in, will Karl Rove be out?
[POLITICO]
Greens not friendless among House GOP
[POLITICO]
Shell Gets Tentative Approval to Drill in Arctic
[NYT]
For NASA, Return Trip to Jupiter in Search of Clues to Solar System’s Origins
[NYT]

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Daily International News 01.11.11

January 11, 2011

Daily International News
January 11, 2011

Northeast Asia
Koreas
NKorea accuses SKoreans of hacking into website
[AP]
Gates Warns of North Korea Missile Threat to U.S.
[NYT] and  Gates Sees More `Direct’ North Korean Threat to U.S. [Bloomberg]
N. Korea steps up push for talks with reluctant S. Korea
[Yonhap]
South Korea, Japan agree to boost defense cooperation
[Mainichi]
Column: Time for S.Korea to Develop Its Own Nuclear Arms
[Chosun]
Christian aid group launches major campaign for Christians in North Korea
[The Underground]
Tweeter indicted for praising North Korea
[Korea Times]
Asian Cup 2011 Group D Preview: Iraq – Iran, North Korea – UAE
[Goal.com]

China[PRC]/Taiwan[ROC]
Opinion: An American Message for the Chinese President
[WSJ]
Viewpoint: A new Sino-US high-tech arms race?
[BBC]
Gates says new Sino-US military talks could begin soon
[AP]
China confirms stealth jet test-flight-Gates
[Reuters]
China denies armed soldiers crossed into India
[AP]
Senior Chinese leader praises reform of press, publication industry
[Xinhua]
China fails on human rights plan: rights group
[AP] and China’s human rights ‘action plan’ short on any action, say rights groups [CSM]
Renault spy scandal: China denies involvement
[BBC]
China vows to crack down on copyright violations
[AP]
China overshoots 2010 lending and money supply targets
[BBC]
Taiwan centenary runs into identity problems
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Thais Call on Burma to Cease Artillery Fire
[Irrawaddy]
Cambodia charges two detained Thais with espionage
[BBC]
Scores missing in tsunami-like flood in Australia
[AP]
Qantas resuming Airbus A380 flights to US after blast
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Biden – U.S. could stay in Afghanistan beyond 2014
[Reuters]
Plan B in Afghanistan: Partition?
[Foreign Affairs]
Benazir son Bilawal condemns support for Taseer killer
[BBC]
Uzbeks ‘behind ethnic clashes in southern Kyrgyzstan’
[BBC]
Pope Benedict Urges Pakistan to Repeal Blasphemy Law
[NYT]

Middle East
Clinton, in Yemen, Promotes Alliance and Growth
[WSJ] and Clinton Has Busy Five Hours in Yemen [NYT]
Kuwaiti soldier killed in clash with Iraqi fishermen
[BBC]
Ties make Palestinian state a SAmerican priority
[AP]
Israel’s Rightward Lurch Scares Some Conservatives [TIME]
From 01.10 Iran Sentences Human Rights Lawyer to 11 Years in Jail [NYT]
Iran claims it has dismantled Israeli spy ring behind nuclear scientist’s death
[CSM]

Africa
Sudan: Bittersweet Moment As Abyei Attacks Leave 30 Dead
[All Africa]
Chinese observers see “peaceful” referendum in Sudan: FM spokesman
[Xinhua]
Ivory Coast unity cabinet possible, says UN ambassador
[BBC]
Tunisia closes schools, universities as UN calls for dialog
[Deutsche Welle]
Village attacks kill 18 in central Nigeria – police
[Reuters]
Nigeria’s Jonathan ‘can run’ in party primaries
[AFP]
Egypt condemns Vatican criticism on minorities
[Reuters]

Europe
Assange could face death penalty in U.S.: lawyers
[Reuters]
Sarkozy Brings Message on Dollar to U.S.
[NYT]
Spain’s Zapatero says Eta truce does not go far enough
[BBC]
Tainted Animal Feed Found in France and Denmark
[NYT]
Tensions Rise Before Portugal Auction
[WSJ]

Americas
Observers wait for Haiti president to take report
[AP]
IMF approves $72bn credit line for Mexico
[FT]

Domestic
In Wednesday speech in Arizona, Obama is seeking right tone
[WaPo]
Father of Shooting Suspect May Issue Statement
[WSJ]
Man Arrested in Denver for Threat to Shoot Aides to U.S. Senator Bennet
[Bloomberg]
From 01.10 Tom DeLay, former U.S. House leader, sentenced to 3 years in prison [WaPo]
Kagan writes her first opinion
[AP]
Obama 2.0: Who will fill the top jobs in foreign policy?
[FP]
State Dept. policy change the latest gay rights win: passports
[WaPo]
Declining for two decades, US abortion rate plateaus
[WaPo]
In search for Earth-size world, a historic first: Kepler finds rocky planet
[CSM]
The Verizon iPhone
[WaPo]
Winklevoss twins gamble $65m for Facebook fortune
[BBC]

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Daily International News 06.07.10

June 7, 2010

Daily International News
June 7, 2010

Northeast Asia
North Korea promotes Kim relative in reshuffle
[AP]
Changes in China Could Raise Prices Worldwide
[NYT]
NKorean leader’s son gives interview
[AP]
Japan’s new PM prepares leadership line-up
[BBC]
Barack Obama greets new Japanese leader Naoto Kan
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Karzai defends removal of Afghan security chiefs
[AP]
Indian court convicts 7 in Bhopal gas tragedy
[AP]
Senior official leaves Kyrgyzstan government
[BBC]

Middle East [Flotilla Related]
Biden says US seeking new ways to address Gaza crisis
[BBC]
Iran Red Crescent to send three aid ships to Gaza
[AFP]
Israel Ambassador Rejects Flotilla Clash Inquiry
[NYT]
Turkey’s foreign policy moves raise concern in West and at home
[WaPo]

Middle East [non-flotilla related]
Yemen arrests 50 foreigners, clashes hit south
[Reuters]
IAEA chief: Iran ‘s nuclear program special case
[AP]
Car bombs, gunmen kill 10 in Iraq attacks
[AP]

Africa
EU to keep Madagascar aid block
[BBC]
Soccer Fans Stampede Outside South African Stadium
[WSJ]
DR Congo suspends police chief over Chebeya death
[BBC]

EU
Lesbian couple weds in Portugal’s 1st gay marriage
[AP]
Sarkozy, Merkel meet amid rifts on economy
[AFP]

Americas/Domestic
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton begins second trip to Latinamerica
[MercoPress]
New oil plume evidence uncovered
[CNN]
BP says it sees some progress in capping gulf well, collecting oil
[WaPo]
Stars band together to protest Arizona law
[WaPo]
New Jersey men arrested are latest from U.S. tied to terrorist groups
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 03.12.10

March 12, 2010

Daily International News
March 12, 2010

Japan
Japanese Coast Guard Arrests Anti-Whaling Skipper
[NYT]

Koreas
Senior U.S. official handling N. Korea sanctions visits S. Korea
[Yonhap]

China
Britain says China won’t risk isolation over Iran
[Reuters]
China fires back at US human rights criticisms
[AP]
and China strikes back with report on U.S. human rights record [Xinhua]
Chinese minister insists Google obey the law
[AP] and China Tells Google To Go To Hell, Again [Business Insider]
China slams U.S. house speaker’s statement on Tibet
[Xinhua] – original Pelosi Statement

Israel
Israel seals off West Bank amid heightened tension
[AFP]

Israel moves to change law after Biden “mishap”
[AP]
2 Israeli soldiers indicted for Gaza war conduct
[AP]

(Other) Middle East
In Early Tally, Tight Iraq Race Deepens Splits
[NYT]
Iraqi PM starts laying groundwork for new govt
[AP]
New Jersey man suspect in Yemen rampage
[CNN]

Central/South/SE Asia
Suicide bombs kill 43, wound 100 in Pakistani city
[AP]
Thousands evacuated as flooding batters Kazakhstan
[AFP]
Thai protesters start bid to topple government
[Reuters]

Africa
Somali rebels attack in capital for third day
[Reuters]

Europe
Nicolas Sarkozy meeting UK party leaders
[BBC]

Americas
Three strong earthquakes strike Chile in quick succession
[CNN]
Mexico City hosts nation’s first gay marriages
[LAT]

Domestic
Obama delays Asia trip to deal with health care
[AP]

US State Department launches site to gather views on US foreign policy
[Guardian]
Obama Says He Backs New Push to Overhaul U.S. Immigration Laws
[Bloomberg]

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Daily International News 03.08.10

March 8, 2010

Daily International News
March 8, 2010

North Korea
NKorea says ready to ‘blow up’ SKorea, US
[AP]
N. Korea puts forces on combat alert as U.S., S. Korea begin drill
[Yonhap]

Japan
U.S. Reaches Out to Tokyo’s Real Power
[NYT]
Japan defends dolphin hunt in Oscar-winning ‘Cove’
[AP]

China
China cautions against expecting fast yuan rise
[Reuters]
FM rejects accusations of China’s “tough stance”, calls for objective views on China
[Xinhua]
Xinjiang official stresses fighting separatism, says 198 sentenced for deadly riot
[Xinhua]
Heavy security is the new normal in China’s Tibet
[AP]

SE Asia
Burma military passes key election laws
[BBC]

Iraq
In Iraq, a day of votes, violence
[WaPo]
Iraqi PM’s coalition seen leading vote
[AP]
Sunnis Go to Polls, This Time, to Retain a Voice
[NYT]

(Other) Middle East
Iran launches short-range cruise missile production line
[Tehran Times]
Strong earthquake slams eastern Turkey, kills 51
[AP]
Israel OKs new settlement work despite slowdown
[AP]
Biden in Israel after pledging U.S. support on Iran
[Reuters]
Palestinians: indirect talks last chance for peace
[AP]

Central/South Asia
Afghan leader to host peace conference in spring
[AP]
Gates meeting with military, political leaders
[AP]
Qaeda Operative Arrested in Pakistan
[NYT]

Europe
Iceland Voters Reject Repayment Plan
[NYT]
Civil servants in 48-hour redundancy pay strike
[BBC]
EU’s foreign policy chief seeks to spell out agenda
[Reuters]

Africa
Nigeria: Jos – Another Massacre
[AllAfrica]
Guinea sets June 27 presidential election date
[AP]
Dictator’s son declared winner in Togo election
[CNN]

Americas
US troops withdrawing en masse from Haiti
[AP]
Chileans didn’t get warning of arriving tsunami
[Miami Herald]
Ex-Honduran leader to pen book about 2009 coup
[AP]