Posts Tagged ‘middle east peace process’

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Daily International News 05.19.10

May 19, 2010

Daily International News
May 19, 2010

Northeast Asia
SKorea’s top diplomat: ‘Obvious’ NKorea sank ship
[AP] and S. Korea Briefs Diplomats on Torpedo Attack [NYT]
Japan backs S. Korea’s response to ship sinking, Hatoyama tells Lee
[Kyodo]
South Korea briefs China on ship sinking blamed on North
[Reuters]
Journalist says she confessed in N. Korean prison
[AP]
Geithner in PRC to Press China on Trade
[WSJ]
Report says 13 hurt in latest China knife attack
[AP]

Southeast/South Asia
Curfew in Bangkok after surrender of red-shirt leaders
[BBC]
Thai Riots Grow Despite Appeal for Calm
[NYT]
India Maoists kill four paramilitary troops
[BBC]
CIA chief briefs Pakistan on Times Square suspect
[AP]

Central Asia
Taliban attack biggest NATO base in Afghanistan
[AFP]
2 dead as ethnic clash breaks out in Kyrgyzstan
[AP]

Middle East
Iran rejects UN sanctions resolution draft
[AP]
Envoy begins new round of indirect Mideast talks
[AP]
Iran: Lawyer hopeful in case of detained Americans
[AP]

Africa
Kenya signs Nile Basin deal rejected by Egypt
[Reuters]
Somalia criticises US for putting pirate on trial
[BBC]
Darfur rebel chief detained in Chad: spokesman
[AFP]

Europe
Russian FM says US adoptions should be frozen
[AP]
Spain to raise taxes for wealthy, premier says
[AP]
Nick Clegg pledges biggest political reforms since 1832
[BBC]

Americas/Domestic
Joe Sestak defeats Arlen Specter, Rand Paul wins, Democrats claim victory in PA special election
[WaPo]
After 30 Years and Party Switch, Career Curtain for Specter
[NYT]
U.S. Inflation at 44-Year Low as Retail Prices Fall
[NYT]
Honduras drops World Court case against Brazil
[AP]
Obama, Felipe Calderon to talk immigration
[Politico]
From 05.18 Haiti leader vows to step down with ‘calm heart’ [AP]

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Daily International News 04.28.10

April 28, 2010

Daily International News
April 28, 2010

Northeast Asia
Hatoyama to visit Okinawa on May 4 to discuss Futemma
[Kyodo]
China shows global leadership by lifting entry ban on HIV carriers: UNAIDS
[Xinhua]
US, Europe press China to drop tech security rule
[AP]
Man stabs 15 students, 1 teacher in south China
[AP]

Southeast/South Asia
Thai authorities, protesters clash; 1 soldier dies
[AP]
Indian diplomat accused of spying for Pakistan
[LAT]

Middle East
Israel’s Ayalon sees talks restart within two weeks
[Reuters]
No fines now for Palestinian settlement workers
[AP]
Former PM urges interim government in Iraq
[AP]

Africa
Unpaid Somali soldiers desert to insurgency
[AP]
Southern Sudan opposition leader contests poll result
[BBC]
Niger – UN warning over total crop failure
[BBC]

Europe
Conservatives, Labour Gain in Poll Showing Hung Parliament
[SFGate3]
In UK election gaffe, Brown calls voter ‘bigoted’
[AP]
Stocks slump as Greece debt downgraded to junk
[WaPo]
Austria probe links slaying to Chechen president
[AP]
Russia publishes Katyn massacre archives
[BBC]

Americas
Plea deal possible for Canadian at Guantanamo
[Reuters]
Holder: U.S. May Fight Arizona Immigration Law
[CBS]
Chile Catholic church hit by abuse claims, bomb
[AP]

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Daily International News 04.23.10

April 23, 2010

Please excuse my absence for the last few days – I was at the US Court of Appeals yesterday listening in on the Uyghur former detainee resettlement appeal. News below!

Daily International News
April 23, 2010

Northeast Asia
Clinton urges North Korea to avoid provocative actions
[Reuters]
North Korea ‘to seize property at Kumgang resort’
[BBC via KCNA]
Monks ‘asked to leave Qinghai quake zone’
[BBC]

Central/South/SE Asia
Thailand’s red shirts say open to talks with govt
[Reuters]
Bakiyev ‘will not return to Kyrgyzstan as president’
[BBC]
Nato sets out plans to transfer control in Afghanistan
[BBC]
Once-docile Afghan parliament stands up to Karzai and becomes an ally of U.S.
[WaPo]
From 04.22 Killings Rattle Pakistan’s Swat Valley [NYT]

Middle East
Israel PM seeks new plan as US envoy visits-report
[Reuters]
Bomb attacks near Baghdad Shia mosques kill dozens
[BBC]
Zimbabwe’s Mugabe backs Ahmadinejad on nuclear Iran
[Reuters]
Iran agrees belatedly to better monitoring-diplomats
[Reuters]

Africa
Meningitis kills 718 in Burkina Faso
[AP]
Opposition leader Ingabire released in Rwanda
[BBC]

Europe
U.S. Resists Push by Allies for Tactical Nuclear Cuts
[NYT]
Greece asks for EU-IMF bailout
[AP]
Europe’s air traffic ‘back to normal’
[BBC]
From 04.22 Belgium plunged into crisis as PM offers resignation [AFP]

Americas
Paraguay president wants military rule in north
[AP]
Oil slick spreads from sunken rig
[CNN]

Domestic
Democrats plan to introduce bill to blunt ruling on political spending
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 12.30.09

December 30, 2009

First – a great NYT piece on 10 years of reader’s photographs @ Documenting the Decade.

Daily International News
December 30, 2009

DPRK
North Korea Said to Be Looting Heavy Equipment
[NYT – JoongAng Ilbo original reporting]

Japan
Japan Unveils New Plan for Growth
[NYT]

China
China downplays execution
[Global Times]

Burma
UK’s Brown pledges support to Burma’s Aung San Suu Kyi
[BBC]
Rohingya to be sent back to Myanmar
[Al Jazeera]

AfPak
China Willing to Spend Big on Afghan Commerce
[NYT]

Iran
As standoff with Iran continues, U.S. prepares targeted sanctions
[WaPo]

Israel/Palestine
Hamas sees more prisoner swap talks with Israel
[Reuters]
Signs of movement seen in stalled Mideast process
[Reuters]

Iraq
British hostage in Iraq freed after over 2 years
[AP]
Bombs kill 23 in Iraq’s western Anbar province
[AP]

Africa
Somali arrested at airport with chemicals, syringe [AP]

Europe
Body scanners to be used at Dutch airport
[BBC]
Russia may send spacecraft to knock away asteroid
[AP]