Posts Tagged ‘michelle obama’

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Daily International News 03.17.11

March 17, 2011

Daily International News
March 17, 2011

Northeast Asia
Japan
Japan in desperate bid to cool reactors
[FT]
UN Scientists Project Path of Radiation Plume Towards S. California
[NYT]
U.S. seeking evacuations from Japan
[POLITICO]
G-7 Finance Chiefs to Discuss Measures to Help Japan
[NYT]
US nuclear agency chief says no water in spent fuel pool at Japan plant; Japan denies it
[WaPo]
Int’l Nuclear Issues
China suspends nuclear building plans
[BBC]
Germany’s Merkel Vows Quick Transition To Renewable Energy
[RFERL]
Hugo Chavez calls off Venezuela’s nuclear energy plans
[BBC]
Koreas/China
SKorea rejects NKorea’s offer to rejoin talks
[AP]
Tibetan monastery sealed off after self-immolation
[AFP]
Dalai Lama vows to devolve power, says leadership outdated
[Reuters]
China opposes Uighur activist’s Australia visit
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Malaysia investigates seized ship cargo
[BBC]
Malaysian Christian lawyer barred from Shariah courts
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Pakistan furore over American’s release
[Al Jazeera]
US missiles kill 38 militants in NW Pakistan
[AP]

Middle East
Abbas to meet Hamas in Gaza for Palestinian unity talks
[BBC]
Bahrain detains 7 opposition figures
[AP]
At least 84 wounded in new Yemen clashes – activists
[Reuters]
Abu Dhabi Guggenheim Faces Protest
[NYT]

Africa
4 Times Journalists Are Missing in Libya
[NYT]
US offers backing for Libya no-fly zone
[FT]
Gadhafi forces bomb airport at rebel stronghold
[AP]
South Africa recognises Ouattara as winner in Ivory Coast
[Reuters]
Clinton in Tunisia to back democracy transition
[AFP]
South Sudan army clash with heavily armed militia
[Reuters]
Last ‘Egypt video’ Zimbabwe activists get bail
[BBC]
Ugandan Amisom peacekeepers jailed for shooting Somalis
[BBC]

Europe
Internet privacy and the “right to be forgotten”
[Reuters]
Gaddafi did not fund Sarkozy, Claude Gueant insists
[BBC]
UK banks must be able to cope with double dip recession, FSA says [Guardian]
NHS reforms will see ‘shut’ signs on hospitals, patients warned
[Guardian]

Americas
Magnitude 5.3 quake shakes Chile, no damage seen
[Reuters]
UN ‘supports Central America’s fight against violence’
[BBC]

Domestic
West Wing briefing: Obama starts to engage on his reelection effort
[WaPo]
GOP 2012: Return of the neo-cons
[POLITICO]
Clinton: No interest in job if Obama wins in 2012
[AP]
US cyber war defences ‘very thin’, Pentagon warns
[BBC]
House to vote on cutting off funds for NPR
[AP]
GOP begins rollback of Wall St. reform
[POLITICO]
House Republicans try to steer focus back to jobs
[WaPo]
Obama administration mum as .xxx nears approval
[POLITICO]
D.C. Mayor Gray fires chief of staff
[WaPo]
Poll: 81% fear for Social Security
[POLITICO]
EPA proposes ‘first ever’ emissions standards for power plants
[WaPo]
Fiery explosion forces evacuations in Minneapolis
[AP]
Michelle Obama to write book on gardening, healthy eating
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 12.30.10

December 30, 2010

Daily International News
December 30, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
North Korea threat grows with new forces – South report [Reuters]
Is Iran About to Test a Nuclear Bomb In North Korea? [Fox News]
Russia urges North Korea to return to IAEA control [Voice of Russia]
Unification Ministry adopts policy of aggressive pressure against N.Korea [Hankyoreh]
N.Korea’s Cross-Border Business with China Picking Up [Chosun Ilbo]
Train carrying gifts for North Korea heir derailed – report [Reuters]
North Korea bends it like Beckham in UK film first [BBC]
Russia calls on Koreas to stop “muscle flexing” [Reuters]
China
China’s online population hits 450 million [AP]
China to go after Internet phone services [AP]

South/Central/Southeast Asia
Sri Lanka bans BBC again from war inquiry panel [BBC]
Thai court jails ‘yellow shirt’ group over TV invasion [BBC]
India Struggles to Protect Flow of Iranian Oil [NYT]
Blast kills at least 14 civilians in Afghanistan [AP]

Middle East
Former Israeli president convicted of rape [AP]
Israel – Iran nuclear bomb ‘still three years away’ [BBC]
Israel Confirms Major Gas Find [NYT]
Yemen frees jailed Shia rebels in ‘peace deal’ [BBC]

Africa
Ivory Coast on brink of “genocide” – envoy to U.N.[Reuters]
UN: Forces obstruct Ivory Coast mass grave probe [AP]
Sudan’s President Bashir calls time on Darfur talks [BBC]
Somaliland jails Russians over weapons for Puntland [BBC]
Nigerian Islamist attacks kill police and civilians [BBC]
Guinea President Alpha Conde purges top civil servants [BBC]

Europe/UK
Greek motorcycle bomb damages court buildings [AP]
1 suspect in Denmark terror case released, 3 held [AP]
Russian tycoon Khodorkovsky gets 6 more years [AP]
Vatican creates financial watchdog amid bank probe [AP]
NI water crisis may continue until next week [BBC]
Ed Miliband says planned cuts are choice, not necessity [BBC]
Charity chief warns cuts could ‘kill off’ Big Society [BBC]
Union leader says 2011 will be ‘horrible’ year [BBC]

Americas
US revokes Venezuela ambassador’s visa amid Chavez row [BBC]

Domestic
The List: what’s out, what’s in as 2011 dawns [WaPo]
James Cole appointed to deputy AG job; new ambassador dispatched to Syria [WaPo]
What the tea party wants from the Constitution [WaPo]
State to certify Murkowski as Alaska Senate winner [AP]
Some GOP stalwarts defend first lady’s anti-obesity campaign from Palin’s shots [WaPo]
Economic forecasters see growth in 2011, but risk factors remain [WaPo]
Christine O’Donnell, ex-Senate candidate, subject of federal campaign funds probe [WaPo]
Ex-car czar Rattner settles NY probe for $10M [AP]

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Daily International News 11.11.10

November 11, 2010

Daily International News
November 11, 2010

G20
Obama’s G-20 Misfire
[Daily Beast]
Pessimism pervades as G20 leaders show sharp split
[AP]
Koreans Should Take Pride in the G20 Summit
[Chosun]

Northeast Asia
Koreas
Obama Speech Marks Shift on North Korea
[NYT]
North Korea Exports $100 Million a Year in Arms, UN Report Says
[Bloomberg]
Pritchard reports work on NKorea’s Yongbyon building
[JoongAng]
N. Korea proposes talks on Mount Kumgang on Nov. 19: ministry
[Yonhap]
South Korea, U.S. fail to resolve trade deal row
[Reuters]
China
China’s monitoring of activists surges post-Nobel
[AP]
Obama: US, China relationship stronger
[AP] and China, U.S. presidents agree to further boost ties [Xinhua]
China inflation jumps to 25-month high in October
[AP]
Mounting inflation pressure tests Chinese policy makers
[Xinhua]

Southeast Asia
Burma court rejects Suu Kyi appeal
[BBC]
Australia refugee law case trumps government policy
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
India for UNSC: Pakistan cabinet criticises US support
[India Times]
Pirates hijack ship near India with 31 crew aboard
[AP]
Reports: Bomb rocks Pakistan’s largest city
[AP]
U.K. Commander Offers Different Afghan Timetable
[WSJ]
Audio recording reveals fraud in Afghan election
[AP]

Middle East
Iraq deadlock ends, al-Maliki to stay on as PM
[AP]
U.S. Blocks Iran’s Bid for a U.N. Board Seat
[NYT]
Iran accuses IAEA of leaking information to US
[AP]
Clinton seeks ‘way forward’ in stalled Mid-East talks
[BBC]
Hamas and Fatah fail to reach agreement
[Reuters]

Africa
Emergency polio campaign in 3 African nations
[AP]
Five Somalis deny US piracy charges
[BBC]
Tropical disease kills 300 in Southern Sudan
[AP]

Europe
ANALYSIS-UN watchdog may struggle to cope with atom revival
[Reuters]
Russian ‘double agent’ named by Moscow newspaper
[BBC]
Iceland investigates possible US embassy spying
[AP]
Italy rivals fail to break political deadlock
[Reuters]
Michelle Obama honors US troops in Germany
[AP]

UK
Facing austerity, Britain proposes cuts in welfare and education
[NYT]
UK PM calls for prosecutions after violent demo
[AP]
Nick Clegg regrets signing anti-tuition fees pledge
[BBC]
Britain to Tape Traders’ Cell Phones to Fight Fraud
[NYT]

Americas/Domestic
Foreign media ‘focus too much on Mexico drug violence’
[BBC]
Kerry says December looks good for New START
[FP]
Sources: Pentagon group finds there is minimal risk to lifting gay ban during war
[WaPo]
F.D.A. Unveils Proposed Graphic Warning Labels for Cigarette Packs
[NYT]
White House Gives In On Bush Tax Cuts
[HuffPo]
Rifle squad honors vets with 57,000 goodbyes
[AP]
A Careless Man: What the Bush Memoir Reveals
[Time]
Christine O’Donnell fighting ‘late night terrorism’ from Bill Maher
[WaPo]
Michele Bachmann drops leadership bid
[Politico]