Posts Tagged ‘kurt campbell’

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Daily International News 06.18.10

June 18, 2010

Daily International News
June 18, 2010

Korea(s)
U.S. envoy calls for strong message to North Korea on ship
[Reuters]
N. Korean footballers suspected missing accounted for: FIFA official
[Yonhap]
SKorea’s new army chief vows to beef up readiness
[AP]
S.Korea, India agree to launch nuclear energy talks
[AFP]
South Korea military alert over children’s balloons
[BBC]

Japan/China/TW
Future of commercial whaling ban rests with Japan
[AP]
Taiwan court extends detention for ex-leader
[Xinhua]
China says yuan exchange rate not up for discussion at G-20
[MarketWatch]
Study Criticizes Swine-Flu Follow-Up
[NYT]
NZ lawmaker claims Chinese security attacked him
[AP]

SE/Central Asia
Flooding, landslides kill nearly 60 in Myanmar
[AP]
Sri Lanka president condemns critics in victory pageant
[BBC]
U.S. envoy urges probe into Kyrgyz killings
[Reuters]
Interim leader: Up to 2,000 dead in Kyrgyz clashes
[AP]
Refugees Begin Returning to Kyrgyzstan
[NYT]

Middle East
Iran calls U.N. sanctions “illegal and invalid”
[Reuters]
U.S., Europe target Iran investment, trade
[WaPo]
Turkey: May air raid killed 100 Kurdish rebels
[AP]
Hamas, PA demand complete halt to closure
[JPost]
Sunni fighter’s killing is latest in attacks on former al-Qaeda insurgents
[WaPo]
Iraqi interpreter for U.S. shot dead by son and nephew [Reuters]

Africa
Ethiopia supreme court rejects election appeal
[AFP]
Somali pirates get 5 years in prison
[CNN]
Court Grants Bail and Frees American Lawyer in Rwanda
[NYT]
UN: Zimbabweans top asylum seekers worldwide
[AP]
S.Africa union delays power strike threat
[Reuters]

Europe
President Sarkozy: Britain helped save our honour
[Times UK]
IMF says Spain taking right steps towards stability
[BBC]
EU leaders back Estonia’s bid to adopt euro
[BusinessWeek]
Finnish PM quits, makes way for party’s new leader
[AP]

Domestic
U.S. may strip-search Guantanamo suspect – judge
[Reuters]
Secretary Clinton says DOJ will Challenge Arizona Immigration Law
[ABC]
Democrats lack consensus on climate bill
[Politico]
Loopholes Grow in Bill to Offset Ruling on Campaigns
[NYT]
BP’s U.S. Future Teeters After CEO, Lawmakers Clash
[Bloomberg]
Texas Congressman’s Apology to BP Is Denounced by His Own Party
[Bloomberg]
Pew: Muslims, Americans down on Obama’s foreign policy
[FP]
Utah firing squad executes convicted killer
[Reuters]
For the Lakers, victory has never been harder — or sweeter
[LAT]

Americas
Vigil for dozens trapped in Colombian coal mine
[AP]
Brazil suspends retaliation in U.S. cotton row
[Reuters]

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Daily International News 05.10.10

May 10, 2010

Daily International News
May 10, 2010

Northeast Asia
Hatoyama gives up on settling Futemma issue by May 31: sources
[Kyodo]
Traces of Explosive Found on Sunken S. Korean Ship
[NYT]
Presidential security aide says delay in OPCON transfer necessary
[Yonhap]
N. Korean World Cup team leaves Pyongyang
[Yonhap]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
US envoy warns Myanmar over North Korea arms links
[AP]
Thai protesters refuse to leave, push new demands
[Reuters]
Arroyo’s shadow over Philippines election
[CSM]

AfPak
Karzai, Obama seek to mend caustic ties in visit
[Reuters]
U.S.-Pakistan ties tested as evidence shows Taliban connection to Times Square bomb attempt
[WaPo]
U.S. Urges Action in Pakistan After Failed Bombing
[NYT]

Middle East
Israeli plan for east Jerusalem clouds peace talks
[AP]
Israel primed for war on Iran – Netanyahu deputy
[Reuters]
At least 84 killed in attacks across Iraq
[AP]
Kurds to protest over Iran executions
[Guardian]

Africa
Judge acquits top aide to Zimbabwe prime minister
[AP]
Somali rebel group vows to free pirate captives
[Reuters]

Europe
Hung parliament: Clegg meetings with Brown and Cameron
[BBC]
Death toll in Russian mine blasts hits 32
[AP]
EU Crafts $962 Billion Show of Force to Halt Crisis
[Bloomberg]
Voters rebuke Merkel for Greek loan
[FT]

Americas
Oil spill solutions uncertain, slick spreads west
[Reuters]
UNASUR Agrees to Boost Defense Expenditure Transparency
[MercoPress]
Costa Rica inaugurates new President Chinchilla
[Miami Herald]

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Int’l Morning News Roundup 11.03.09

November 3, 2009

NE Asia

N. Korea says it completed reprocessing spent fuel rods [Yonhap]
“North Korea said Tuesday it has completed reprocessing spent fuel rods and made “noticeable successes” in weaponizing plutonium extracted from them in an apparent call for the United States to quickly start bilateral talks.”

North Korea says has made more arms-grade plutonium [Reuters]

U.S. willing to engage N. Korea bilaterally in multilateral context: envoy [Yonhap]

Xinjiang police to ‘strike hard’ [BBC]

SE Asia

Senior U.S. Envoys Arrive in Myanmar for Talks [NYT]
“Two senior U.S. officials made the highest-level visit to Myanmar in more than a decade for talks Tuesday billed as a key pivot in Washington’s longtime stance of shunning the junta, a U.S. Embassy spokesman said.”

Pacific

Fiji bars NZ and Australia envoys [BBC]

AfPak

Afghan leader Karzai vows inclusive government [Reuters]

Middle East

Iran’s Politics Stand in the Way of a Nuclear Deal [NYT]

Africa

Clinton Offers U.S. Aid to Help Boost Muslim Ties [NYT]

Europe

Banks defer bonuses in return for extra £40 billion [Times UK]

Czech court gives go-ahead to Lisbon treaty [Times UK]

Americas

OAS plans to reincorporate Honduras and lift sanctions next week [MercoPress]