Posts Tagged ‘okada’

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Daily International News 09.02.11

September 2, 2011

Daily International News
September 2, 2011

Northeast Asia
Japan
Noda unveils Japan cabinet as he seeks to boost growth
[BBC]
In Japan, a Tenuous Vow to Cut Debt
[NYT]
Japanese PM Noda vows not to visit Yasukuni Shrine during tenure
[Xinhua]
Major typhoon headed to Japan archipelago
[AP]
Koreas
Samaritan’s Purse provides supplies to North Korea flood victims
[WCNC]
Calls for Greater Missile Range for S.Korea
[Chosun]
S.Korea-Russia Summit to Discuss Pipeline Project
[Chosun]
Seoul allows first religious visit to N. Korea since deadly attacks: source
[Yonhap]
Media gets rare glimpse inside a North Korea market
[Reuters]
China
China arranged secret inter-Korean talks in Nov. last year: report
[Kyodo]
New book about Dalai Lama shows his true face
[Xinhua]
China cancels visit by Estonian official amid Dalai Lama row
[Baltic Times]
Senior Chinese officials meet World Bank chief
[Xinhua]
Beijing ‘plans congestion charge’ to ease traffic woes
[BBC]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Australia PM Julia Gillard vows not to resign
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
India says ship near Vietnam was warned by China
[AP]
Militants kidnap about 40 Pakistani boys in Afghanistan
[Reuters]

Middle East
EU agrees oil embargo as Syrians march against Assad
[Reuters]
Turkey expels Israeli diplomats after U.N. report
[Reuters]
U.N. atom agency seeks rare Mideast nuclear talks
[Reuters]
Iran Moves to Shelter Its Nuclear Fuel Program
[NYT]
Ten Kuwaiti lawyers to help defend Egypt’s Mubarak
[Reuters]

Africa
Libyans pledge democracy as they win Gaddafi billions
[Reuters]
Clinton: NTC must deal with Lockerbie bomber
[Al Jazeera]
Clashes erupt in flashpoint Sudan border state
[Reuters]
21 dead in religious rioting in central Nigeria
[AP]
Clashes in DR Congo over ‘voter fraud’
[Al Jazeera]
South Africa’s ANC rejects Malema bid to drop charges
[Reuters]

Europe
WikiLeaks reveals all, media groups criticize move
[AP]
Analysis – Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov sets sights on being PM
[Reuters]
Two arrested in Berlusconi extortion case
[Al Jazeera]
Berlusconi vows to leave ‘shitty’ Italy in conversation recorded by police
[Guardian]
Rome, Madrid among 6 cities bidding for 2020 Olympics
[AP]

Americas
Mexico detains state cop in deadly casino arson
[AP]
Brazil in surprise interest rate cut to 12%
[BBC]

Domestic
CIA shifts focus to killing targets
[WaPo]
Job Growth at Halt in U.S.; Worst Showing in 11 Months
[NYT]
US ‘to sue major banks over mortgages’
[Al Jazeera]
Pew: Americans Say Wars In Iraq, Afghanistan Haven’t Made U.S. Safer
[TPM]
Perry: Meet the new frontrunner
[WaPo]
So Much For Huntsman 2.0: The ‘Crazy’ Candidate Swings Right
[TPM]
Illegal immigration is flash point for Republican White House hopefuls
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 08.20.10

August 20, 2010

Happy World Humanitarian Day!

Daily International News
August 20, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
Nuclear talks discussed at China-North Korea meeting
[BBC]
North Korea reportedly joins Facebook
[AP]

The Trouble with Kim Jong-il’s Succession
[Chosun]
South Korea pastor arrested on return from North visit
[BBC]
N. Korea lukewarm to children’s forest in DMZ: U.S. teenage boy
[Yonhap]
Iran sanctions challenge South Korea to balance interests
[WaPo]

China/Japan
Official: Attack in western China targeted police
[AP]
Okada to visit India, Thailand to discuss nuke pact, journalist’s death
[Kyodo]
Japan man ‘kept dead mother in a backpack’
[BBC]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Thai court rules arms dealer suspect Bout can be extradited to U.S.
[CNN]

Myanmar junta proxy party opens offices
[AP]
Australia election rivals neck and neck
[BBC]

Central/South Asia
Pakistan to clamp down on Islamist militant charities
[Reuters]
Pakistan accepts Indian aid for flood relief
[WaPo via AP]

Karzai: Anti-corruption units can be independent
[AP]
Bodies recovered after attack on Afghan road crew
[AP]
US official denies ‘threat’ over loan and Bhopal leak
[BBC]
Indian MPs get their pay more than tripled
[BBC]

Middle East
Israelis and Palestinians to Resume Talks, Officials Say
[NYT]
U.S. Assures Israel That Iran Threat Is Not Imminent
[NYT]

Al Qaeda claims responsibility for attack in Iraq
[Reuters]
Iraq: What Will the Remaining 50,000 U.S. Troops Do?
[TIME]
New restrictions provoke unusually strong wave of criticism among Jordanians
[WaPo]

Africa
Benin MPs want president impeached over fraud scandal
[BBC]
Swazi anger at prince’s HIV exaggeration claim
[BBC]

UK/Europe
Britain tells Libya not to celebrate Lockerbie bomber anniversary
[CNN]

Barclays agrees to forfeit $298 million to settle sanction violations charges
[WaPo]
Nick Clegg: Lib Dems not damaged by Tory coalition
[BBC]
France pushes on with Roma expulsions
[AFP]

Americas
Wyclef Jean reportedly excluded from list of Haiti presidential candidates
[LAT]
Calderon: Mexico should consider anonymous judges
[AP]

Domestic
NY mosque imam: extremism is global threat
[AP]
It’s Obama Versus Bush as Growth Slows Before November Election
[Bloomberg]
Roger Clemens Indicted for Obstruction, Lying About Steroid Use
[Bloomberg]
US police catch ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ fugitive couple
[BBC]

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Daily International News 04.27.10

April 27, 2010

Daily International News
April 27, 2010

East/Southeast Asia
Burma leaders ‘shed uniforms for polls’
[BBC]
Australia shelves key emissions trading scheme
[BBC]
South Korean Growth Accelerates, Government Warns on Won Gains
[Bloomberg]
Okada stresses U.S. Marines’ role for Japan’s defense
[Kyodo]

Central Asia
U.N. shuts mission in Afghanistan’s Kandahar
[Reuters]
Karzai’s brother says UN should not leave south
[AP]
Kyrgyz interim government charges Bakiyev over massacre
[Reuters]
Private zoo discovered at Kyrgyz ex-leader’s home
[BBC]

Middle East
Iraqi panel voids candidacies of 52 substitutes in March vote
[LAT]
Israeli forces demolish settlers’ ‘Obama’s Shack’
[AP]
Iran FM hopeful for nuke fuel deal, no sanctions
[AP]

Africa
Bashir Wins Election as Sudan Edges Toward Split
[NYT]
War crimes court rejects new bid to try Darfur rebel chief
[AFP]

Europe
Ukraine parliament hit by brawl, eggs, smoke bombs
[AP]
Belgian PM’s resignation accepted
[CNN]
General election 2010 live blog
[Guardian UK]
Electioneering row as Boris Johnson opens East London Line at ceremony
[Times UK]

Americas/Domestic
Mexican officials condemn Arizona’s tough new immigration law
[WaPo]
Arizona immigration law puts police in ‘impossible situation’
[CSM] [Economist]
The hub nation: Immigration places America at the centre of a web of global networks. So why not make it easier?
Venezuela’s Chavez rebuffs Pentagon report
[AP]

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NEWS: Afternoon Int’l News Roundup 10.23.09

October 23, 2009

East Asia

N Korea human rights ‘abysmal’ [BBC]

Japan FM: US Marine base should stay on Okinawa [WP]

–Funny picture of Okada and Mullen comparing hand size on this article.

AfPak

NATO agrees need to boost effort to Afghan transition [Reuters]

Refusing runoff would be ‘insulting democracy,’ Karzai says [CNN]

Middle East

Iran fails to accept U.N.-drafted nuclear deal [Reuters]

Israel/Palestine

Israel asks UN chief to nix Gaza war crimes report [AFP]

EU/UK

Economists revolt over surprise recession data [Times of London]

David Miliband set to sink Tony Blair’s hopes of EU presidency [Evening Standard]

Czechs, NATO back new US missile defense plan [WP]

Americas

U.S. Arrests Hundreds in Raids on Drug Cartel [NYT]

Honduras talks collapse again over Zelaya’s return [WP]