Posts Tagged ‘nobel peace prize’

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Daily International News 08.02.11

August 2, 2011

Daily International News
August 2, 2011

Northeast Asia
Japan
Japan warns of rise in China’s naval activities
[BBC]
Pockets of high radiation remind of Fukushima plant danger
[Reuters]
Toyota profits plunge after earthquake disruption
[BBC]
China
People’s Daily warns of consequences over South China Sea issue
[Xinhua]
Senior Chinese military officer stresses strategic trust in Asia Pacific
[Xinhua]
UN panel calls for Nobel Laureate Liu Xiaobo’s release
[BBC]
China police kill two suspects in Xinjiang violence
[BBC]
Koreas
Panel confirms 55 citizens abducted by N. Korea
[Korea Herald]
South Korea Investigates Alleged North Spy Ring
[VOA]
Korea’s 1st AWACS Plane Delivered
[Chosun]

Southeast Asia
Vietnam dissident’s 7-year sentence upheld
[AP]
Bomb blast on Philippines island kills 2, wounds 9
[Reuters]

South/Central Asia
Suicide bombers storm Afghan guesthouse, four killed
[Reuters]
Afghan president’s senior aide quits
[Al Jazeera]
Troops deployed after 34 killed in Pakistani city
[AP]
Analysis: Pakistan relying too much on China against U.S.
[Reuters]

Middle East
Israel plays down report of border deal
[AP]
Israel mulling Obama 1967 lines’ deal
[Xinhua]
Lebanese PM urges UN to end Israeli violations
[Xinhua]
Syria death toll rises, Italy recalls envoy
[Reuters]
Russia against UN sanctions, outside pressure on Syria
[Xinhua]
Turkey to appoint new military leadership
[Al Jazeera]
Bombers target churches in northern Iraq – police
[Reuters]

Africa
China calls for UN to play bigger role in resolving Libyan crisis
[Xinhua]
Seven rebels killed in Gaddafi counter-attack
[Reuters]
Mubarak trial a ‘decisive moment’ for Egypt
[WaPo]
BBC journalist Shaimaa Khalil released in Cairo
[BBC]
UN, aid groups push for more Somalia famine money
[AP]

Europe
Lawyer: Norwegian attacker makes demands
[AP] 
Murdoch foam pie attack: ‘Jonnie Marbles’ jailed
[BBC]
Phone-hacking scandal: Stuart Kuttner is latest NoW exec to be arrested
[Guadian]
NATO activates reserve force for Kosovo
[AP]

Americas
Cuba approves economic reform plan
[Al Jazeera]
Testing time for Argentina leader
[Al Jazeera] 
Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez appears with close-shaved head
[BBC]

Domestic
Long Battle on Debt Ending as Senate Set for Final Vote
[NYT]
Joe Biden, Mitch McConnell and the making of a debt deal
[POLITICO]
Giffords returns to Congress to vote on debt deal
[WaPo]
Sources: Joe Biden likened tea partiers to terrorists
[POLITICO]
What the debt-ceiling battle means for 2012
[WaPo]
Mitt Romney’s low-profile strategy
[POLITICO]
Ford recalls 1.2m F-series pick-up trucks
[BBC]

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Daily International News 12.10.10

December 10, 2010

Daily International News
December 10, 2010

Nobel Peace Prize/Liu Xiaobo
Xinhua: Insult of the Nobel Peace Prize
[Xinhua]
At Peace Prize Ceremony, Winner’s Chair Stays Empty
[NYT]
Nobel head: Liu’s prize based on “universal values”
[Reuters]
Witness – Memories of Sakharov, another absent Nobel winner
[Reuters]
China clamps down on dissidents, media ahead of Nobel
[AFP]
Serbia reverses Nobel boycott
[AP]
Speaker Nancy Pelosi attends Nobel ceremony
[USA Today]

Northeast Asia
What I Found in North Korea
by Siegfried Hecker [Foreign Affairs]
North Korea says forced to build nuclear might – report
[Reuters]
Senior Chinese Official Meets North Korean Leader
[NYT]
SKorea says reunification with North not long off
[AP]
Colombo denies North Korean arms purchase
[TamilNet]
North Korea focus means Jim Webb sure to run
[Politico]
China hikes bank reserve ratio in fight against inflation
[Xinhua]

Southeast Asia
WikiLeaks cables suggest Burma is building secret nuclear sites
[Guardian]
Myanmar’s Suu Kyi, US official discuss sanctions
[AP]

South/Central Asi
Wikileaks: Pakistan hoaxed by bogus anti-India cables [BBC]
India offers olive branch at UN climate talks
[AFP]
Suicide attack kills 2 civilians in Afghanistan
[AP]

Middle East
U.S. debates role in Mideast peace effort
[LAT]
Gates Meets With Emirates Counterpart
[NYT]
Iran state TV ‘films new stoning woman confession’
[BBC]
Saudi pro-democracy group plans first sit-in
[AP]

Africa
African Union suspends Ivory Coast amid political chaos
[CNN]
Mozambique becoming major drug transit hub: WikiLeaks
[Reuters]

Europe
British Parliament approves tuition hike despite widespread student protests
[WaPo]
Student fees protest: Questions on police handling after Prince car attacked
[BBC]
Former WikiLeaks worker: rival site under way
[AP]
Kremlin aide says Medvedev wants second term – report
[Reuters]
Gorbachev warns about Russia’s stability
[AP]
Croatian police issue arrest warrant for ex-PM
[AP]
Berlusconi battles back from brink in Italy
[AP]
Bankers’ bonuses to face limits in Europe
[BBC]

Americas
Haiti candidates move toward direct confrontation
[AP]
Palin to visit Haiti for humanitarian effort
[AP]
US cable: Cuba to be insolvent within 2-3 years
[AP]
Mexico police break Morelia drug gang blockade
[BBC]

Domestic
Making Sense of the 111th Congress as the End Nears
[NYT]
Pact Lifts Limits on Civilian Nuclear Projects With Russia
[NYT]
Senate delivers potentially fatal blow to ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ repeal efforts
[WaPo]
Obama, Bill Clinton to meet Friday
[WaPo]
2012 White House Hopefuls Watch and Wait
[WSJ]
Could a Democrat challenge Obama?
[WaPo]
Obama Directing Staff to Look at Options for U.S. Tax Overhaul
[Bloomberg]
Obama family lights the National Christmas Tree
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 10.14.10

October 14, 2010

Daily International News
October 14, 2010

Northeast Asia
Nobel Peace Prize
Japan says release of China’s Liu Xiaobo ‘desirable’
[BBC]

China cancels more Norway visits after Nobel prize
[Reuters]
China says backers of Nobel winner support crime
[AP]

China
China’s Wen inspiring debate with calls for reform
[AP]

Trade Officials Ponder China’s Rare Earth Stance
[NYT]
China applauds Chile mine rescue, avoids awkward safety comparisons
[CSM]

Koreas
China confirms DPRK diplomat’s visit, urges for dialogue to resume nuclear talks
[Xinhua]
North Korea pushing nuke talks
[JoongAng]

SKorea wraps up naval maneuvers with US, Japan
[AP]
N. Korean news agency apparently opens Web sites in English, Spanish
[Yonhap]
N. Korea urges S. Korea to quickly agree to talks on suspended tours
[Yonhap]
South Korea lays to rest top North Korean defector
[AP]

Japan
Dollar at 15 year low to Japanese yen
[BBC]

Southeast Asia
Indonesia Suharto-era book banning law lifted
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
U.S. Backs Taliban Talks
[WSJ] and U.S. Aids Taliban to Attend Talks on Making Peace [NYT]

Seven LJ men planning PM assassination arrested
[Dawn]
Pakistan Pledges to Attack Al-Qaeda ‘Epicenter,’ Mullen Says
[Bloomberg]

Middle East
Palestinians counter Israeli offer on settlements
[WaPo]

US military says 77,000 Iraqis killed over 5 years
[AP]
Iran to hold OPEC presidency for first time in 36 years
[BBC]

Ahmadinejad visits south Lebanon
[Al Jazeera]
UAE says it opposed Canada’s Security Council bid
[AP]

Africa
UN could police parts of north-south Sudan border
[Reuters]

North and south Sudan disagree over Abyei vote
[Reuters]
George Clooney call to freeze Sudan leader’s assets
[BBC]
Somali president names new prime minister
[AP]
Somali pirates free Puntland minister
[BBC]
Niger’s junta’s deputy arrested
[BBC]

Europe
NATO chief calls for anti-missile system
[AP]
US counterterror official: Euro plot still active
[AP]
Clinton urges Kosovo to start talks with Serbia
[WaPo]

Dutch government sworn in but lacks reform mandate
[Reuters]
French petrol firms seek emergency supplies
[BBC]

Third day of protests in France as strikes grind on
[Reuters]
Greek police tear gas Acropolis protesters
[FT]

Americas
Rousseff holds ground in Brazil election race
[Reuters]
Chile’s textbook mine rescue brings global respect
[AP]

Domestic
Administration expected to appeal ‘don’t ask’ ruling
[WaPo]

Jarrett apologizes for gay remark
[WaPo]
U.S. politicians compete to bash China for gains in midterm elections
[Xinhua]

Obama ad courts young, minority voters, urging them to ‘make history again’
[WaPo]
O’Donnell, Coons stage feisty debate in Delaware
[CNN]
For Reid, No Shaking Tea Party Challenger
[NYT]
Tea Party Economic Gloom Fuels Republican Momentum, Poll Shows
[Bloomberg]
Lack of proper mortgage paper trail could leave big banks reeling again
[WaPo]
Gray vows to continue school reforms as he names interim D.C. chancellor
[WaPo]
Armenians face US health care scam charges
[BBC]

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Daily International News 10.13.10

October 13, 2010

Daily International News
October 13, 2010

Northeast Asia
China
Norway slams restrictions on Nobel winner’s wife
[AP] and Chinese Nobel laureate’s wife slams ‘illegal house arrest’[AFP]
Former Chinese Officials Demand Media Freedom
[NYT] and  Chinese Communist elders issue free speech appeal [AP]
EPA: Hope for progress with China despite friction
[AP]
China court ‘hears first HIV job discrimination case’
[BBC]

Koreas
Experts meet ahead of naval drills in South Korea
[AP]
Former US envoy pessimistic on N.Korea nuclear weapons
[AFP]
N. Korean interpreter to six-party talks promoted in foreign ministry: source
[Yonhap]
Late top N. Korean defector to be buried at Seoul national cemetery
[Yonhap]
NKorea appeals underage ban from gymnastics worlds
[AP]
China warned N. Korea to leave Kim Jong Il’s eldest son alone: report
[Mainichi]

Japan
Japan has no plan to lodge protest over U.S. subcritical nuclear test
[Kyodo]
A-bomb survivors outraged at Obama over subcritical nuclear test
[Mainichi]

Southeast Asia
Burma’s Aung San Suu Kyi ‘will not vote’
[BBC]
Thai police hold 15 Pakistanis, probe possible terror link
[AFP]

South/Central Asia
Gains in Afghan Training, but Struggles in War
[NYT]
Afghan firms “pay off Taliban with foreign cash”
[Reuters]
More Taliban could be removed from UN blacklist: US
[Dawn]
NATO: 4 service members killed in Afghan blast
[AP]
Pakistan flood damage at $9.5 billion
[Reuters]
Kyrgyzstan parties agree vote recount
[BBC]

Middle East
Israel could reconsider presence in Jordan Valley
[AP]
Opposition Mounts Against Abbas
[WSJ]
Ammunition explosion at Iranian Guards base kills 18
[WaPo]
Ahmadinejad begins Lebanon trip
[Al-Jazeera] and Ahmadinejad boosts Hezbollah with Lebanon visit [AP]
Assad tells visiting Maliki new Iraq govt will help ties
[AFP]

Africa
Sudan FM says ‘won’t object’ to independence vote
[AP]
Sudan: UN-Backed Demobilization Process Kicks Off in South
[All Africa]
Tsvangirai asks international help in Zimbabwe ‘constitutional crisis’
[CNN]
Nigerian military deploys to northern city
[AP]
S.Africa eyes competitive FX rate ‘over time’: Finance Minister
[Reuters]

UK/Europe
EU to accept extension of Kyoto Protocol
[Mainichi]
Britain and Russia urge thaw after deep freeze in ties
[Reuters]
Miliband urges PM to rethink benefit cuts on debut
[BBC]
Royal Mail privatisation bill unveiled by Vince Cable
[BBC]
Liverpool granted leave to sell to new owners
[BBC]

Americas
And on the 69th day, one by one the Phoenix capsule delivers trapped miners
[MercoPress]
Mexican police chief investigating missing American killed
[BBC]

Domestic
Judge Orders U.S. Military to Stop ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’
[NYT]
Defendant in Court for Hearing at Ft. Hood
[NYT]
White House lifts ban on deepwater drilling
[WaPo] and
Michelle Rhee to announce resignation as D.C. schools chancellor on Wednesday
[WaPo]
California governor debate turns into verbal brawl
[Reuters]
Obama Distant Kin to Palin, Limbaugh, Bush, Ancestry.com Says
[Bloomberg]

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Daily International News 10.12.10

October 12, 2010

Daily International News
October 12, 2010

Northeast Asia
China/Taiwan
US concern for wife of Nobel winner Liu Xiaobo
[BBC]
From 10/11 Dalai Lama criticises China over its Nobel opposition [BBC]
China cancels second meeting with Norway minister over Nobel Prize
[Reuters]
Obama loosens sanctions on C-130s to China
[WashTimes]
Asian military ties warm at Hanoi defence meeting
[BBC]
Gates: U.S. has ‘national interest’ in Asian sea disputes
[WaPo]
U.S. sees crisis fears easing over South China Sea
[Reuters]
From 10/11 Why Taiwan finds Washington unreliable [FP]
From 10/11 U.S. Alarmed by Harsh Tone of China’s Military [NYT]

Koreas
North Korea leader’s eldest son ‘opposes dynasty’
[BBC]
NKorean defector Hwang may be buried at National Cemetery
[JoongAng]
N. Korea’s power transfer may dent South’s credit rating: S&P
[Yonhap]
Cabbage shortage in South Korea
[BBC]

Japan
India rejects clause on nuke tests in civilian pact with Japan
[Mainichi]
Inquest panel’s decision to indict Ozawa is test of public’s boosted role in justice system
[Mainichi]

South/Southeast/Central Asia
Cambodia denies Thai assassination plot allegation
[AP]
India Adds Economic Power to UN Bloc Skeptical on Iran Pressure
[Bloomberg]
Pakistan crucial to Afghan peace talks, says Gilani
[Dawn]
Blast inside NATO helicopter kills one in Afghanistan
[Reuters]
From 10/11 Kyrgyzstan votes and surprises the world [WaPo]

Middle East
Lebanon, neighbors brace for Ahmadinejad visit
[LAT]
Iran holds 2 Germans linked to stoning case
[AP]
Iran’s Economy Feels Sting of Sanctions
[WSJ]
Two Yemen bombings strike Aden
[BBC]
Palestinians reject Israeli offer on settlement freeze
[BBC]

Africa
Zimbabwe PM: Don’t recognize our 6 ambassadors
[AP]
Abyei future talks fail, south Sudan says
[Reuters]
Somali troops in bid to rescue minister from pirates
[BBC]
Nigeria police station destroyed in ‘Boko Haram attack’
[BBC]

Europe
Clinton off to Balkans to push EU integration
[WashTimes]
UK court rejects challenge to North Cyprus flight ban
[Reuters]
Petraeus orders probe into failed UK aid worker rescue
[BBC]
Iceland ‘best country for gender equality’
[BBC]
France: Strikes over pension reform begin
[AP]
Hungary dam nearly ready to prevent second toxic spill
[Reuters]
Ukraine train and bus collision kills 40
[BBC]

Americas
Chile awaits start of mine rescue
[BBC]
Hurricane Paula forms, heads to Yucatan Peninsula
[AP]

Domestic
First patient treated in stem cell study
[WaPo]
For Democrats, Even ‘Safe’ Seats Are Shaky
[NYT]
States to Probe Mortgage Mess
[WSJ]
After mortgage meltdown, Barney Frank gets another chance to remake housing finance
[WaPo]
Democrats Aim to Curb GOP Donors
[WSJ]
Wall Street Pay: A Record $144 Billion
[WSJ]
Stocks dip as traders await Fed meeting details
[AP]

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Daily International News 08.02.10

August 2, 2010

Daily International News
August 2, 2010

Northeast Asia
Hiroshima mayor, China activists win ‘Asian Nobel’
[AP]
US: NKorea sanctions to hit cash sources for nukes
[AP]
U.S. to announce new sanctions on N. Korea in several weeks
[Yonhap]

[Just] China
New Silk Road by China Binds Asia to Latin America
[Bloomberg]
China confirms promotion of Mao Zedong’s grandson
[AP]
From 07.30 Chinese censors take notice of Twitter-style blogs [LAT]
Chinese court rejects appeal from Tibetan environmentalist
[AP]
China’s Geely completes acquisition of Volvo
[AP]
Drunken man kills 11 in China tractor rampage
[AP]
From 07.31 Chinese activists speak out for jailed Uighur [AP]
Chinese businessman wants to buy Liverpool club
[AP]

Australia
Australia election set for neck-and-neck finish
[Reuters]
Row over Australia opposition plan to reopen Nauru camp
[BBC]

Central/South Asia
Afghans march in Kabul to denounce NATO strikes that killed civilians
[WaPo]
Suicide car bomb kills 6 kids in south Afghanistan
[AP]
From 08.01 Petraeus Resets Afghan Airstrike Rules [WSJ]
Troops kill 5 Kashmiri protesters as unrest grows
[AP]
Pakistan rescuers struggle in flood aftermath
[BBC]

Israel/Palestine
Blast in Gaza wounds 24 Palestinians
[Reuters]
‘One killed’ after rockets strike Jordan and Israel
[BBC]
Israel to take part in UN probe of flotilla raid
[AP]
Israel fears Turks could pass its secrets to Iran
[Reuters]
From 08.01 Obama letter to Palestinian leader included warning, PLO says [WaPo]

[Other] Middle East
BlackBerry services suspended in October
[The National]
From 08.01 Iran: 3 Americans should stand trial [AP]
Iran’s Ahmadinejad calls for TV debate with Obama
[Reuters]
Iran’s president now under attack by hardliners
[The National]
Shiite bloc suspends talks, undermining Maliki’s chances to remain Iraq’s leader
[WaPo]
Iraq’s July Death Toll Highest In 2 Years
[VOA] vs. Corrected copy: July 2010 casualties statistics [USF-IRAQ.gov]

Africa
Taylor seeks delay in Naomi Campbell testimony
[AP]
Somali pirates hijack cargo ship with 23 crew
[AP]
From 08.01 Niger’s markets are full yet famine shadows the dusty roads [Guardian]

Europe/UK
UK’s new security adviser to step down
[AP]
Cameron terrorism row: High Commissioner in Pakistan summoned to meeting
[Telegraph]
From 08.01 Dutch troops leave southern Afghanistan [CNN]
Russian police swarm another free-assembly protest
[LAT]
Russia declares emergency as wildfires kill 34
[Reuters]
Chechen terror leader appears to resign in video
[AP]

Americas
Castro says Cuba will allow more self-employed
[Reuters]
From 08.01 Brazil’s President Offers Asylum to Woman Facing Stoning in Iran [NYT]

Domestic
Obama Says as U.S. Combat Role Ends in Iraq, Sacrifices Won’t
[Bloomberg]
Hateful Ground Zero Hypocrisy
[Daily Beast]
MIT students helped WikiLeaks suspect, hacker says
[CNN]
RNC cancels Breitbart fundraiser
[CNN]