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Daily International News 09.27.10

September 27, 2010

Daily International News
September 27, 2010

Northeast Asia
Delegates Arrive for N. Korea Meeting
[NYT] and Delegates gather in NKorea for political meeting [AP]
Special security team set up for Kim Jong-il’s son
Japan, China test each other’s diplomatic resolve
[AP] and Japan seeks damages as China trawler row lingers [Reuters]
Russia prepares to open oil pipeline to China
Shippers say China slows handling of Japan goods
From 09.26 China imposes anti-dumping duties on U.S. chicken products [Xinhua]
China police investigate ‘black jails’ for protesters
China to stick with one-child policy

South/Southeast/Central Asia
SE Asia
US: Inverted Philippine flag was `honest mistake’
Cambodia launches 5-year plan to tackle corruption
Woodward: Military thwarted president seeking choice in Afghanistan
U.S. Probes Karzai’s Kin
Nuclear-armed Pakistan chairs board of U.N. atom body
Pakistan protests NATO airstrikes on its territory
In Bid to Restore Calm, Indian Government Reopens Schools in Kashmir

Middle East
Israeli building ban ends
Palestinians wait on decision to quit peace talks
Mideast Talks Teeter as the Settlement Freeze Expires
Palestinian leader Abbas in Paris over peace talks
Activists expect Israel to stop Gaza-bound boat
From 09.26 Omanis Arrive in Iran to Aid 2 U.S. Hikers, Paper Reports [NYT]

UN relief as Rwanda ‘drops Darfur peacekeeper threat’
Somali pirates leave Greek-operated vessel

New Labour Leader Looks to ‘Middle England’
Romanian minister quits over police protests
Sweden’s Greens still spurn centre-right government
Karadzic defends himself at Srebrenica war crimes trial
Pressure Intensifies on Irish Government
Segway owner dies after falling off river cliff

Chavez allies win congressional majority in vote
U.S. Wants to Make It Easier to Wiretap the Internet
Obama: D.C. schools don’t measure up to his daughters’ private school
Tax-cuts vote unlikely until after elections


NEWS: Morning Int’l News Roundup 10.22.09

October 22, 2009

Even more going on this morning —

East Asia

US defense secretary says NKorea still a threat [AP]

Two Koreas held secret talks for summit: report [Reuters]

U.S. pressures Japan on military package [WP]

China cracks down on Chongqing’s gangsters [CNN]

Middle East

Iranian officials accept draft deal on uranium transfer [WP]

Draft nuclear deal is a victory for Iran [Haaretz]

Senior Iran MP casts doubt on atom fuel deal [Reuters]

South/SE Asia

India: Climate deal can’t sacrifice poor nations [AP]

US Burma trip begins long process [BBC]


Now, a Cheney surge: Blasts Obama for Afghan ‘dithering,’ delays and indecision [LAT]

NATO chief demands greater efforts in Afghanistan [Reuters]

Election officials deliver Afghan runoff ballots [WP]


Pirates hijack cargo ship near Seychelles [CNN]

China mulls military options over hijacked ship [Reuters]


EU to sanction Guinea junta over opposition massacre [Deutsche Welle]

Karadzic plans to boycott trial [BBC]

The Other Tug Of War With Russia: Viktor Bout [TIME]

Postal workers promise fresh misery with new three-day strike [WSJ]

Americas/Domestic Incl.

Pay Czar to Slash Compensation at Seven Firms [WSJ]

More die amid Rio slum violence [BBC]

Fuel Oil Is Spilled Into Gulf of Mexico [NYT]

Polls: Chavez’s popularity slips in Venezuela [WP]