Posts Tagged ‘news’

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Daily International News 10.01.10

October 1, 2010

Happy October! Now for the news…

Daily International News
October 1, 2010

Northeast Asia
G20 Summit
G20 Seoul Summit ‘May Test Relations with New N.Korean Leadership’
[Chosun Ilbo]
Asian leaders to pressure EU over IMF seats
[EU Observer]
Koreas
What Group Photo Says About New N.Korean Power Elite
[Chosun Ilbo]
Korean families will meet at Mt. Geumgang this month
[Korea Times]
U.N. humanitarian chief considering N. Korea visit
[Mainichi]
Korean Parliament Approves New Prime Minister
[Chosun Ilbo]
China/Japan
China launches Moon mission
[BBC]
Geithner Plays Down Risk of Trade Battle With China Over Yuan
[Bloomberg]
Japan PM urges China to act responsibly
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Purported bin Laden message focuses on relief issues
[CNN]
Dozens of NATO oil tankers attacked in Pakistan
[AP]
Holbrooke doubts Pakistan border will stay closed
[AP]
U.S. tense over Pakistan
[WaPo]

Middle East
Aides: Iraqi Shiite cleric backs al-Maliki
[AP]
Obama envoy in shuttle to save Middle East talks
[Reuters]
U.S. Presses Israelis on Renewal of Freeze
[NYT]
Iraq breaks record for longest time with no government
[WaPo]
Yemen: U.S. has carried out airstrikes in Yemen
[CNN]

Africa
Explosions kill at least 7 near Nigeria ceremony
[AP]
Rwanda: UN Report to Accuse Rwanda Army of DRC Massacres
[All Africa]
6 foreign hostages freed in Cameroon
[AP]

Europe/UK
Eurozone unemployment stuck at 10.1% in August
[BBC]
Ireland to bail out 3 banks, costing billions and renewing fears over deficit
[WaPo]
Amanda Knox faces preliminary slander hearing
[Reuters]
Ukraine’s pro-Russian president gets new powers
[AP]
BMW to recall 350,000 luxury cars
[BBC]
Paris female trouser ban one step closer to being abolished
[Telegraph]

Americas/Domestic
‘No pardon’ for Ecuador rebels, says President Correa
[BBC]
Standoff in Ecuador Ends With Leader’s Rescue
[NYT]
Republican Pledge to Freeze Spending Poses Deep Budgetary Cuts
[Bloomberg]
Government issues tighter rules for deep-water drilling
[LAT]

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Daily International News 08.30.10

August 30, 2010

Phew! After flying to Boston on a few hours notice to see former President Jimmy Carter return AmCit Mr. Gomes to his family, I’m back from the state of Massachusetts (and also New Hampshire and Maine along the way…) with your daily news brief!

Daily International News
August 30, 2010

International
UN climate body ‘needs reforms’, review recommends
[BBC]

Northeast Asia
North Korea
North Korea ‘hopes for early nuclear talks restart’
[BBC]
Pyongyang’s New Leader for the Old Guard
[WSJ]
N.Korea accuses S.Korea of blocking access to Twitter
[AFP]
Chinese state TV confirms visit by NKorea’s Kim
[AP]

China
China Fortifies State Businesses to Fuel Growth
[NYT]
Will Chinese Mining Venture Bring Wealth or Heartbreak to Afghanistan?
[Politics Daily]
China media: Police accidentally killed Tibetan
[AP]
Op-ed: China’s economic model isn’t the answer for the U.S. [WaPo]
Op-ed from 08.29: Brazil, India and China — not quite superpowers yet [WaPo]

Japan
Japan’s Ozawa may drop from ruling party race – report
[Reuters]
World stocks up after Bank of Japan eases policy
[AP]

Southeast Asia
Myanmar parties complain election fee too high
[AP]
From 08.29 Top brass in Burma resign to run in poll [Bangkok Post]
Indonesia volcano erupts again after long dormancy
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Afghan district chief killed in strike on compound
[AP]
India BlackBerry ban averted for 60 more days
[AP]
Flood spares historic town Thatta as waters recede
[DAWN]

Middle East
What can Obama say about Iraq?
[FP]
Israel rabbi calls for ‘plague’ on Mahmoud Abbas
[BBC]
From 08.29 Abbas: No peace talks with settlement building [AP]
From 08.29 Jordanian King Faces Backlash Over Role in the Peace Process [Medialine]
From 08.29 U.S. Commander Fears Political Stalemate in Iraq [NYT]
Dissident breaks with Egypt opposition on election
[AP]
Iran media call French first lady ‘prostitute’
[AP]

Africa
South Africa’s Zuma tells ministers to end strike
[BBC]
From 08.29 Obama administration intensifies efforts in Sudan [WaPo]

Europe/UK
First pictures of David Cameron’s new daughter released
[BBC]
Mandelson fears Labour U-turn ‘electoral cul-de-sac’
[BBC]
Superbug hits baby ward at University College Hospital
[BBC]
Gunman kills 6, wounds 9 in Slovakia
[AP]
Anger at German banker’s comments on Jews, Muslims
[AFP]

Americas/Domestic
Drilling to reach Chilean miners to begin
[CNN]
Economy Puts Democrats’ Senate Majority in Play: Albert R. Hunt
[Bloomberg]
Investors braced for week of key data
[FT]
Bernanke Faces Skepticism on Monetary-Policy Tools
[Bloomberg]
Muslims see Tennessee mosque fire as sign of hate
[Tennessean]
Beck Says Rally Illustrated Unhappiness With State of Nation
[Bloomberg]
Obama says not worried by Muslim “rumors”
[Reuters]
A Katrina Photographer Returns to New Orleans
[TIME]
Hurricane Earl lashes Caribbean, threatens US
[AP]

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NEWS: Morning International News Roundup

October 5, 2009

And some from the weekend of 10/3-10/4/2009

Japan
Japanese ex-minister found dead
[BBC]

N/SK
S. Korea searched suspicious N.K. containers: sources
[Yonhap]

NK/China
China’s premier begins 3-day visit
[LA Times]
China vows to stand by isolated North Korea
[Reuters]
Opinion: Wen’s Pyongyang Visit May Yield Few Results [WSJ]
China visit sparks N Korea hopes
[BBC]
China, North Korea laud ties on scrutinized visit
[AP]

China
Rich nations trying to kill Kyoto pact, says China
[Reuters]

Burma
Suu Kyi in Burma government talks
[BBC]

Afghanistan
Barack Obama furious at General Stanley McChrystal speech on Afghanistan
[Telegraph UK]
Deadly Attack By Taliban Tests New Strategy
[WP]

Iran
IAEA to inspect Iran’s Qom site October 25
[Reuters]

UAE
Emirates leader signs law to develop nuclear power
[WP]

Pakistan
Suicide bomber kills 5 at Pakistani U.N. office
[Reuters]

Europe
German Chancellor Merkel to address Congress
[WP]
Ireland votes Yes to Lisbon Treaty
[RTE.ie]

British spies: growth in Islamist threat halted
[AP]

Americas
Honduras Leaders Ready for Dialogue
[VOA]

3 Americans share 2009 Nobel medicine prize
[AP]