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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 08.06.10

August 6, 2010

Daily International News
August 6, 2010

Northeast Asia

Japan
Japanese tanker damaged by terrorist attack, says UAE coast guard
[The National]

Survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Attacks Call for Nuclear-Free World
[ABC]
US attends first Hiroshima atomic bomb anniversary
[BBC]
Witness – My Japanese grandparents’ silence over the A-bomb
[Reuters]

China/Taiwan
Kadeer Editorial: China’s Uighur Oppression Continues
[WSJ]

Chinese mainland and Taiwan agree to resume suspended flights
[Xinhua]
China flood fears along North Korea border
[BBC]
China Foxconn factory confirms another worker death
[BBC]

Koreas
N.Korean leader’s son to join party leadership
[AFP]

Editorial: Terror list conundrum over North Korea
[Asia Times]
SKorea: Afghan guards faked attack on SKorean base
[AP]

SE Asia/Pacific
Cambodia to sign deal with Iran
[Straits Times]

Indonesia volcano spews lava, gas; 4 feared dead
[AP]
Philippines airport bomb kills two, wounds governor
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Flood relief flights grounded in Pakistan
[AP]
Flash floods kill 103 in Indian-held Kashmir
[AP]
Anger at Zardari Grows as Pakistan Battles Floods
[NYT]
‘Coalition forces deeply regret civilian loss of life’
[The International News]
India hints at Pakistan role in Kashmir unrest
[Reuters]

Middle East
Saddam Hussein deputy Tariq Aziz calls for US forces to stay in Iraq
[Guardian]
Iranian Lawyer, Seeking Asylum, Surfaces in Turkey
[WSJ]
Saudi Arabia begins Blackberry ban, users say
[BBC]

Africa
Rwanda: South Africa Recalls Ambassador
[All Africa]
Naomi Campbell’s “dirty” diamonds given to South Africa police
[Reuters]

Europe
Poland’s new pro-European president is sworn in
[AP]
Lockerbie Release Flawed
[WSJ]

Russia, Crippled by Drought, Bans Grain Exports
[NYT]
Planes diverted, offices close as Moscow chokes
[Reuters]
Italy PM to seek Sept confidence vote, resign if loses
[Reuters]

UK
David Cameron and Pakistan’s Asif Ali Zardari show united front on terrorism
[Guardian]
70 peers back David Miliband for Labour leadership
[Guardian]
Watchdog asked to investigate claims Nick Clegg misled parliament
[Guardian]
Sinn Féin to hold talks with political wing of Real IRA
[Guardian]

Americas
Wyclef Jean says he will run for president of Haiti
[CNN]
Cuba demands removal from U.S. terror list
[McClatchy]

Domestic
Economy sputters as companies add only 71,000 jobs in July
[WaPo]
Kagan to Be Sworn in as 112th Court Justice Tomorrow
[Bloomberg]

Romer Resigns in Second Exit for Obama Economy Team
[Bloomberg]
Military ordered to stay off WikiLeaks
[WashTimes]

Unanimous Senate OKs $600M for border
[WashTimes]
AP Exclusive: CIA whisked detainees from Gitmo
[AP]

AP Exclusive: New al-Qaida leader knows US well
[AP]
Obama Fed Pick Diamond Referred Back to White House by Senate
[Bloomberg]
US envoy: Climate talks slipping backward
[AP]

Opponents of same-sex marriage to file appeal in California case
[CNN]

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Daily International News 06.29.10

June 29, 2010

Daily International News
June 29, 2010

Koreas
N. Korea warns of attack ahead of S. Korea-U.S. naval drill
[Yonhap]
North Korean leader’s son Kim Jong-un ‘in parliament’
[BBC]
NKorea: G-8 ‘evil’ for criticism over ship sinking
[AP]
China fends off Obama pressure over North Korea
[Reuters]
Seoul says UNSC measure similar to G-8 statement on North Korea would be acceptable
[Yonhap]

China/Taiwan
China to conduct live-fire sea drill this week
[AP] and China denies military exercise aimed at U.S. [Reuters]
Google in ‘new approach’ on China
[BBC]
Taiwan and China sign landmark trade agreement
[BBC]
Foxconn plans China plant amid suicide scrutiny
[AP]

SE/Central Asia
Indonesia militant jailed over Jakarta bomb attacks
[BBC]
Afghan Aid on Hold as Corruption Is Probed
[WSJ]
Top U.S. general plays down Afghan expectations
[Reuters]
Kyrgyzstan faces tricky political future
[AP]

Middle East
Iran sets conditions for nuclear talks
[LAT] and Iran says nuclear talks to resume with Brazil and Turkey [Reuters]
No Palestinian state before 2012 – Israeli minister
[Reuters]
Palestinian boycott of Israeli settlement goods starts to bite
[Guardian]
8 killed in Iraq attacks, including army general
[AP]

Africa
Sudan to close border with Libya due to Darfur rebels
[BBC]
Kenyan prime minister has fluids drained from head
[AP]
Madagascar postpones referendum on constitution
[Reuters]

Europe
Russia says U.S. spy accusations baseless and improper
[Reuters]
Ex-spy: May be 50 undercover Russian couples in US
[AP]
Strikes hit Greece and Spain as ECB deadline looms
[Reuters]
Berlusconi attacker found unfit for trial
[AP]

Domestic/Americas
Kagan says she would take a ‘modest’ approach on Supreme Court
[WaPo]
Death of Byrd Complicates Democrats’ Strategy
[NYT]
Fitch lifts Brazil’s credit rating to investment-grade; further ‘improvement’ needed
[MercoPress]
Killing Escalates Mexico Drug War
[WSJ]

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Daily International News 06.28.10

June 28, 2010

Daily International News
June 28, 2010

@ G20
At Summit, Banks Avoid New Global Regulations
[NYT]
President Obama urges G-20 nations to spend; they pledge to halve deficits
[WaPo]
Police arrest more than 600 at Toronto summit
[AP]
Op-ed: The Third Depression
[NYT]

Koreas
North Korea threatens ‘new’ nuclear deterrent
[BBC]
From 06.26 North Korea to hold rare party meet ‘to elect leaders’ [BBC]

China/Taiwan
West worries China may undermine Iran sanctions efforts
[LAT]
Trade Deal Draws Taiwan Closer Into China’s Embrace
[Bloomberg]
Barack Obama invites China’s Hu Jintao for state visit
[BBC]
Prime Minister David Cameron plans China visit
[BBC]
Obama Tells Hu U.S. Welcomes China’s Move on Currency
[Bloomberg]
China yuan rate pegged at five-year high
[BBC]
Tibetan cultural figures ‘detained after protests’
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
OSCE observers back Kyrgyzstan referendum
[BBC]
Pakistan’s Plan on Afghan Peace Leaves U.S. Wary
[NYT]

Middle East
Iran postpones any nuclear talks until late August
[AP]
Turkey bars Israel military flight after Gaza raid
[BBC]
Israeli flotilla inquiry to question premier
[AP]
Outside powers hope for continuity in Egypt
[Reuters]
UN summer camp in Gaza vandalized
[AP]

Africa
Burundi votes with Pierre Nkurunziza the only candidate
[BBC]
Somaliland election observer killed; ballots being counted
[CNN]

Europe/UK
Britain to announce interim cap on non-EU migrants
[DW]
New Czech Prime Minister Is Named
[NYT]
BP oil spill: Barack Obama and David Cameron agree BP must not collapse
[Telegraph]
Manuel Noriega goes on trial in Paris
[Guardian]
Belgium church panel on sex abuse shuts after raid
[AP]

Domestic/Americas
Elena Kagan’s confirmation hearing to start Monday
[LAT]
Robert Byrd, Respected Voice of the Senate, Dies at 92
[NYT]
Justices Say Gun Rights Apply Locally
[NYT]
OPEC: US should reconsider offshore drilling ban
[AP]
Haiti’s president picks date for elections
[Miami Herald]

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Daily International News 06.21.10

June 21, 2010

Daily International News
June 21, 2010

Northeast Asia
Abnormal radiation detected near Korean border
[AP]
Portugal beats North Korea in 7-0 rout
[AP]
Japan PM eyes sales tax hike, voters divided
[Reuters]
AP Exclusive: Uighurs flee China after riots
[AP]
China unshackles yuan ahead of G20
[Reuters]
Pragmatism Drove Beijing’s Decision to Drop Peg
[WSJ]

South/Central Asia
Witnesses say Kyrgyz police attack Uzbeks, kill 2
[AP]
India May Increase Compensation to Victims of 1984 Union Carbide Gas Leak
[Bloomberg]
Gates Urges More Afghan Funding
[WSJ]

Middle East
Jerusalem revives plan to raze Palestinian homes
[AP]
Lebanon permits Gaza-bound ship to sail to Cyprus
[AP]
Iran bans 2 IAEA inspectors from entering Iran
[WaPo]
Car Bombs Hit Crowds Outside Bank in Baghdad
[NYT]
Fury over Iraq power rationing spreads in harsh heat
[AFP]

Afirca
Nigeria’s Jonathan Is Not Ready to Declare Candidacy
[Bloomberg]
S.Africa union says hopes to reach deal with Eskom
[Reuters]
Lawyers: Murder of Congolese PM was war crime
[AP]
Zimbabwe diamonds ‘bloodstained’: HRW
[AFP]

Europe
Russia cuts Belarus gas supplies over debt
[BBC]
Late Polish president’s twin heads to runoff vote
[AP]

Americas/Domestic
Obama and Netanyahu to Meet July 6
[Reuters]
Medvedev’s U.S. Trip Aids Push to Reset Economic Ties
[Bloomberg]
Record number of Indian-Americans seeking office
[AP]
Kagan Hearing Gives Nominee Chance to Make Good on Candor View
[Bloomberg]
BP Gulf spill costs hit $2 billion, no end yet
[AP]
Lapses Found in Oversight of Failsafe Device on Oil Rig
[NYT]
Santos declares victory in Colombian presidential runoff
[CNN]
Mexican officials: Mayor of Guadalupe killed by gunmen
[CNN]

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Daily International News 05.17.10

May 17, 2010

Daily International News
May 17, 2010

Japan/Korea
Reports: Hatoyama, Clinton to discuss US base
[AP]
U.S. nixes Japan’s proposed new Futemma base relocation site
[Kyodo]
Warning shots fired in Korean navy border skirmish
[BBC]
Shirts worn by Japan PM Yukio Hatoyama draw derision
[BBC]

China/HK
Hong Kong activists win back seats in by-election
[BBC]
U.S. urges China to keep an open technology policy
[Reuters]
Mission to free Chinese oil workers kidnapped in Yemen
[BBC]
Rio Tinto executives lose appeal in Chinese court
[BBC]
6 wounded, assailant killed, in new China rampage
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Rogue Thailand general who backed protests dies
[BBC]
Filipino Muslim rebels open to talks with Aquino
[AP]

Central/South Asia
Maoist kill eight villagers in ‘revenge’ attack
[AFP]
Afghan religious leader killed
[Al-Jazeera]
Airplane with 43 on board crashes in Afghanistan
[Reuters]

Middle East
Mitchell to Return as Palestinians Get Ready for ‘Endgame’
[Bloomberg]
Iran to ship uranium to Turkey in nuclear deal
[AP]
Iraq PM suffers blow as Baghdad recount shows no change
[CNN]
Explosion at Turkish coal mine traps 32 workers
[AP]

Africa
Somali fighting kills 24, PM says government stays
[Reuters]

Europe
Labour minister Liam Byrne left note on desk: ‘There’s no money left’
[Times UK]
Russia’s Medvedev in Ukraine visit to boost ties
[BBC]
Killer of ex-Iranian PM could be freed in France
[AP]
Europe: 1,000 flights affected due to volcanic ash
[AP]
Flash floods force over 2,000 Hungarians to evacuate
[Reuters]

Americas/Domestic
Pakistani’s arrest in Chile ‘a misunderstanding,’ parents say
[CNN]
BP Reports Some Success in Capturing Leaking Oil
[NYT]
GOP filibuster unlikely on Kagan nomination
[AP]
In U.S. visit, Mexican president to discuss drug war, immigration
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 04.19.10

April 19, 2010

Daily International News
April 19, 2010

East Asia
Tokyo struggles to solve US marine base dispute
[FT]
South Korean president in vow over sunken warship
[BBC]

China quake death toll nears 2,000
[Reuters]
KCNA: Change to Japanese textbooks criticized
KCNA: DPRK criticizes Nuclear Security Summit results

Southeast Asia
Burma’s ‘forgotten’ Chin people suffer abuse
[BBC]
Thai army moves into Bangkok business district
[BBC]

Central Asia
Ousted Kyrgyzstan leader Bakiyev ‘leaves Kazakhstan’
[BBC]

Fresh resistance as Kyrgyz leaders vow reforms
[Reuters]

Middle East
‘Palestinians will rule themselves’ says Ehud Barak
[BBC]

Iraqi panel orders recount of Baghdad votes
[AP]
Iran says to start work on new enrichment plant
[Reuters]

Europe
Airlines condemn ‘European mess’
[BBC]
UK sends in navy to help ash cloud crisis
[CNN]
Nick Clegg nearly as popular as Winston Churchill
[Times UK]
Turkish Cypriot hard-liner wins election
[AP]

Africa
No date set for delayed Sudan election results
[AFP]

Sudan state media report Bashir poll lead
[Reuters]
04.18 Video of Nigeria killings prompts outrage, arrest of officers [LAT]

Domestic
From 04.18 Gates Pushes Back on Report of Memo About Iran Policy [NYT]
Toyota Said to Agree to Pay $16.4 Million U.S. Fine
[Bloomberg]
From 04.18 Foes may target Kagan’s stance on military recruitment at Harvard [WaPo]