Posts Tagged ‘mossad’

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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 01.10.11

January 10, 2011

Daily International News
January 10, 2011

Northeast Asia
China
US, China defense chiefs mend frayed military ties
[AP]
U.S. and China Defense Chiefs Agree to Keep Talking
[NYT]
Report: Chinese troops cross into Indian territory
[AP]
Missing China activist Gao Zhisheng ‘tortured’
[BBC]
Panda politics: China sending 2 pandas to Scotland
[AP]
China, Britain sign deals worth 4.7 billion USD
[Xinhua]
China trade growth slows as imports rise
[FT]
Koreas
North Korea offers talks to South Korea
[Reuters]
South Korea, Japan discuss military pact
[AP]
Hacker Attack Greets Kim Jong-un on His Birthday
[Chosun]
Kim Jong Eun Parties in Private
[WSJ]
Japan
Japan to hold naval drills involving U.S. warships in East China Sea on Monday
[Ria Novosti]

Southeast Asia
Burma’s new parliament to convene on 31 January
[BBC]
Thai government welcomes ‘peaceful’ red-shirt rally
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
India soon to fly first fighter jet built at home
[AP]
Pakistan blasphemy law ‘to stand’
[Al Jazeera]

Middle East
U.S. Says Sanctions Hurt Iran Nuclear Program
[NYT]
Clinton to Warn Gulf Countries Not to Ease Vigilance Against Iran Threat
[Bloomberg]
In slaying probe, Iran claims it penetrated Mossad
[AP]
Iran convicts prominent human rights lawyer
[AP]
Netanyahu defends settlement after U.S. criticism
[Reuters]
Palestinians say they’ll go to UN for recognition
[AP]
EU diplomats say East Jerusalem should be treated as Palestinian capital
[Haaretz]
Saudi woman jailed for abusing Indonesian maid Sumiati
[BBC]

Africa
Sudan border clashes kill 36 as south votes-officials
[Reuters]
South Sudan independence referendum: Second day
[BBC]
Ivory Coast’s Gbagbo rebuffs latest mediator
[AP]
Fourteen killed in Tunisia unemployment protests
[BBC]
French hostages killed during rescue mission, ministry says
[CNN]

Europe
Basque militants call permanent Spain cease-fire
[AP]
Iceland protests over US probe of lawmaker
[FT]
01.09 Belarus Signals It Could Seize Opponent’s Son [NYT]
01.09 Lisbon resists pressure for bail-out [FT]
01.09 Germany vows action after dioxin scare [Deutsche Welle]
German cities threatened by flooding after winter thaw
[BBC]

Americas
Trade war looming, warns Brazil
[FT]
From 01.09 Chavez condemns OAS ‘interference’ in Venezuela [BBC]

Domestic
US VP Biden arrives in Afghanistan for visit
[AP]
Giffords shooting unlikely to sway public opinion about gun control
[WaPo]
Doctor: Gabrielle Giffords ‘holding her own’ after shooting [WaPo]
Kyl Optimistic Republicans, Obama Can Compromise on U.S. Tax Code Overhaul
[Bloomberg]

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Daily International News 01.07.11

January 7, 2011

Daily International News
January 7, 2011

Northeast Asia
China
Chinese president to visit U.S. from Jan. 18 to 21: FM
[Xinhua]
US to renew military ties with a rising China
[AP]
China military modernisation gathers pace
[BBC]
China’s development of stealth fighter takes U.S. by surprise
[LA Times]
Koreas
What to get NKorean heir apparent on his birthday
[AP]
US envoy says he had productive talks on Koreas
[AP]
Two Koreas and U.S. militaries lower alert – report
[Reuters]
S. Korea repatriates 3 N. Koreans who strayed across sea border
[Yonhap]
Japan
Japan, U.S. agree to start work on setting new strategic goals
[Mainichi]
Japan to begin building facilities on southernmost island Okinotori
[Mainichi]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Indonesian police jailed for 10 years in terror trial
[BBC]
Floodwaters slowly recede in eastern Australia
[CNN]
Laos general and Hmong leader Vang Pao dies in exile
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Key Party Rejoins Pakistan’s Coalition
[NYT]
Kazakhstan: Nazarbayev rejects plan to scrap elections
[BBC]
Suicide attack kills 17 in southern Afghanistan
[AP]

Middle East
EU spurns offer of Iran nuclear sites tour
[BBC]
Mossad chief: Iran won’t go nuclear before 2015
[AP]
New Israeli military technology speeds up warfare
[AP]
Palestinians: Israeli troops mistakenly kill man
[AP]
Mubarak says Israel must revise position on talks, warns against new Gaza war
[Jordan Times]
In Iraq, apprehension ahead of speech by cleric Moqtada al-Sadr
[WaPo]

Africa
South Sudan holds final rallies ahead of secession vote
[BBC]
Ghana president questions Ivory Coast military option
[BBC]
Egypt on alert as Copts celebrate Christmas
[BBC]

Europe
UK air and rail terror threat level raised to severe, reports say
[Guardian]
Eurozone economy suffers growth slowdown
[BBC]
Germany halts poultry, pork, egg sales in scare
[AP]

Americas
Venezuela’s parliament opens amid protests, insults
[McClatchy]
Dominican Republic resumes deportation of Haitians
[BBC]
Brazil’s real eases after short-selling curbs
[FT]
Eight die as gunmen attack bus in Honduras
[BBC]

Domestic
Pentagon to cut spending by $78 billion, reduce troop strength
[WaPo]
U.S. Sends Warning to People Named in Cable Leaks
[NYT]
At Obama White House, Back to the Future
[NYT]
Bill Daley’s Real Agenda: Obama’s Reelection
[Daily Beast]
In another move to center, president to name Sperling as economic adviser
[Hill]
Veteran Journalist Thomas Resumes Column in News-Press
[FCNP]
US banks get nod for China securities
[FT]
Unemployment drops sharply to 9.4%
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 12.28.10

December 28, 2010

Daily International News
December 28, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
South Korea must unite to survive, says President Lee
[BBC]
Gates to show S Korea solidarity
[FT]
SKorean activists rally against NKorean shelling
[AP]
North Korean Air Force increases training flights
[JoongAng]

China
Chinese FM to visit U.S.to prepare for Hu’s visit
[Xinhua]
China moving toward deploying anti-carrier missile
[AP]
China shrinks rare earths export quota
[AP]
Top China blogger shuts down magazine
[AP]
Uighur reporter jailed for life in secret Chinese trial
[Radio Australia]
Chinese investigative reporter dies after attack
[AP]

Japan
Leaked Senkaku video (part 3) shows direct collision
[Mainichi]
Japan DPJ’s Ozawa to appear at ethics panel
[Reuters]
Japan’s greenhouse gas emissions fall by 5.7 percent; on target to meet Kyoto Protocol
[Mainichi]
Japan postpones launch of emissions trading from 2013
[Mainichi]

South/Central Asia
Drone strike kills 18 alleged militants in Pakistan
[WaPo]
India issues nationwide terror alert
[Guardian]
India launches sharia stock index for Muslims
[AFP]

Middle East
Netanyahu says interim deal possible if talks fail
[Reuters]
Israeli companies to help build Palestinian city
[AP]
Iran says West hostility jeopardizes nuclear talks
[AP]
Iran hangs man convicted of spying for Mossad – IRNA
[Reuters]
2 Germans detained in Iran meet family members
[AP]
Iraqi PM Maliki: Troops out by 2012
[Politico]
Two suicide bombings kill 17 in central Iraq
[The National]

Africa
Radical Nigerian Muslim group claims attacks
[AP]
Gbagbo camp rebuffs presidents’ Ivory Coast ultimatum
[Reuters]
Youth unemployment sparks Tunisian tinderbox
[AFP]
One of only ten ‘Ghostly’ Saharan cheetah filmed in Niger
[BBC]

Europe
Assange’s memoir advance tops $1 million
[Politico]
Russia rejects criticism of Khodorkovsky’s trial
[AP]
Online petition plan for Parliament to go ahead
[BBC]

Americas
No police in Mexico town after last officer kidnapped
[BBC]
Haiti PM criticises post-earthquake rebuilding efforts
[BBC]

Domestic
2011 starts with China up front
[Politico]
U.S. plans push for fissile material ban: official
[Reuters]
New House Members Wake Up to Redistricting
[NYT]
Tests of ‘Roe’ more frequent since justices upheld late-term abortion ban in ’07
[WaPo]
Obama administration steps up monitoring of banks that miss TARP payments
[WaPo]
Obama’s Budget Delayed a Week
[WSJ]
The Northeast Blizzard: One More Sign of Global Warming
[TIME]

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Daily International News 12.07.10

December 7, 2010

Daily International News
December 7, 2010

WikiLeaks
WikiLeaks cables reveal secret Nato plans to defend Baltics from Russia
[Guardian]
WikiLeaks: US Senator Joe Lieberman suggests New York Times could be investigated
[Guardian]

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange refused bail
[BBC]
China says it hopes leaks do not hurt US ties
[AP]

Northeast Asia
Koreas
N.M. Gov. Bill Richardson may head to North Korea
[WaPo]

Clinton Cites China Role on North Korea; Mullen Heads to Region
[Bloomberg]
U.S., Allies Remain Opposed to Nuclear Talks with North Korea
[GSN]
Austrian convicted for yacht sale to North Korean leader
[Reuters]

North Korea Is Sign of Chilled U.S.-China Relations
[NYT]
SKorea to make islands near NKorea ‘fortresses’
[AP]

S.Korea live-fire drill enters second day
[AFP]

China
China to award prize to rival Nobel
[AP]

Nobel Peace Prize faces boycotts over Liu Xiaobo
[BBC]
Pacific commander calls for more Chinese influence
[AP]
China on path to redemption in Cancún
[Guardian]
China to choose Catholic heads; Vatican ties tense
[AP]

Japan
Japan, India pressed to curb child abductions
[AP]
Japan probe reaches Venus, prepares to enter orbit
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Senior US official visits Myanmar
[AP]

Michelle Yeoh discusses film role with Aung San Suu Kyi
[BBC]
Giant fossil bird found on ‘hobbit’ island of Flores
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Suicide attack on Balochistan chief minister’s convoy
[BBC]
Arrest Made in Afghan Disfigurement Case
[NYT]
Karzai abandons plan to scrap private security firms
[BBC]

Cameron ‘cautiously optimistic’ on Afghan pullout
[AFP]

Middle East
Iran nuclear talks: New round agreed in Geneva
[BBC]
Israel: US too consumed by WikiLeaks to talk peace
[AP]

Egypt election: Hosni Mubarak’s NDP sweeps second round
[BBC]
Shark attacks not linked to Mossad says Israel
[BBC]

Africa
Nigeria graft agency charges Dick Cheney, Halliburton boss
[Reuters]
West Africa bloc recognises Ouattara as Ivory Coast leader
[Reuters]
Ivory Coast deadlock: Food shortages and price rises
[BBC]

Europe
EU agrees to back Russia’s WTO entry
[Reuters]
Irish Republic budget: Taxes and cuts unveiled
[BBC]
Pisa literacy survey: Finland loses top spot to Asians
[BBC]

Domestic
Pearl Harbor survivors gather 69 years later
[AP]

Northeast, Midwest to Lose Clout as U.S. Redraws House Seats
[Bloomberg]
Citigroup stake sale creates $12bn profit for US
[BBC]
Obama Confronts Pushback From Democrats Over Tax Deal
[Bloomberg]
Obama Summons CEOs to White House for Talks
[Bloomberg]
Elizabeth Edwards Stops Cancer Treatment
[Daily Beast]