Posts Tagged ‘PMQs’

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Daily International News 01.26.11

January 26, 2011

Daily International News
January 26, 2011

Global
A Region’s Unrest Scrambles U.S. Foreign Policy
[NYT]

Northeast Asia
Koreas
South Korea proposes preliminary talks with North Korea
[CNN]
Kim Jong-un may travel solo to China: Source
[JoongAng]
Japan
Gov’t announces Japan-U.S. working group on expanding Okinawa base-sharing
[Mainichi]
Kan rejects idea of lower house dissolution for election
[Kyodo]
Toyota recalls 1.7m vehicles globally over ‘fuel leak’
[BBC]
Maehara angered by BBC show on A-bomb survivor
[Mainichi]
China
Chinese military to improve navigation systems
[Global Times]
Beijing airport security beefed up after Moscow bomb attack
[Global Times]
Macau’s Ho: Family feud over casino stake settled
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific/Central/South Asia
Christmas Island shipwreck: Indonesia arrests man
[BBC]
Afghan president inaugurates new parliament
[AP]

Middle East
Lebanon faction urges sit-ins against Hezbollah
[AP]
Ahmadinejad slams rivals in Iran power struggle
[Reuters]
Palestinian papers: Leaks threaten my life, Erekat says
[BBC]
The Palestinian Papers: The al-Madhoun assassination
[Al Jazeera]

Africa
Tunisia issues warrant for ousted leader, family members
[CNN]
Ivory Coast leader orders seizure of regional bank
[AP]
Egypt bans protests seeking end to Mubarak rule
[Reuters]
Gabon government abolishes opposition party
[AFP]
Terrorist gets life sentence for role in U.S. Embassy bombings in East Africa
[LAT]

Europe
Russian president fires police chief after bombing
[AP]
Putin says airport bomb not linked to Chechnya
[Reuters]
Britain rolls back some 9/11 security restrictions
[AP]
Prime minister’s questions: 26 January 2011 – video
[Guardian]
20% of UK graduates out of work
[Guardian]
Fears of trade war stalk Davos meeting
[Reuters]
Germany suspends payments to global health fund
[AP]
Ireland’s deficit-cutting budget passes key test
[AP]

Americas
Arizona busts Mexico gun-running network
[BBC]
Jude Celestin ‘to quit’ Haiti presidential election
[BBC]
Former Chilean president back in spotlight in UN role
[AP]
At least 20 killed in Colombia coal mine blast
[Reuters]

Domestic
Poll: High Marks for Obama’s State of the Union Speech
[CBS]
Obama Ushers In Era of Divided Government With Appeal for Unity, Progress
[Bloomberg]
What Lies Ahead for Obama
[POLITICO] and After speech Obama and Republicans eye budget battle [Reuters]
Giffords to Be Moved to Rehab Facility Wednesday Morn
[WSJ]
Lawmaker wants to set terms on U.N.
[TWT]
Illinois Supreme Court will hear Emanuel’s case
[WaPo]
Financial Crisis Was Avoidable, Inquiry Finds
[NYT]

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Daily International News 12.08.10

December 8, 2010

Daily International News
December 8, 2010

WikiLeaks
Wikileaks cables show Xi Jinping and Li Keqiang details
[BBC]

Wikileaks: Australia FM blames US, not Julian Assange
[BBC]
Gaddafi threatened UK over Lockerbie bomber – WikiLeaks
[Reuters] and WikiLeaks: Jack Straw denies pressure from Libya led to Megrahi release [Guardian]

Hackers strike back to support WikiLeaks founder
[AP]
U.S. may seek extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange
[LAT]

Justice Department Studies WikiLeaks Prosecution
[NYT]
Cables: Saudi prince urges need for ‘security response’ to Hezbollah threat in Lebanon
[Guardian]

Northeast Asia
China
China casts net wide in Nobel Prize crackdown
[Reuters]
Xinhua Op-ed: What’s behind “enshrining” Liu Xiaobo?
[Xinhua]
WaPo Op-ed: In China, confidence clouded by apprehension
[WaPo]

Koreas
N.Korea conducts “drill”, US military chief in Seoul
[Reuters]
New Mexico Governor Richardson will travel to North Korea
[Reuters]

In South Korea, Joint Chiefs chairman scolds China for its ‘tacit approval’ of North’s aggression
[WaPo]

Japan
Russia says warplanes flew near U.S.-Japan drill
[Reuters]
Japan probe overshoots Venus, heads toward sun
[AP]

Southeast Asia
Top Philippine court rules out Arroyo investigation
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Robert Gates gets sobering update on visit with U.S. troops in Afghanistan
[LAT]
Video thought to show American held in Afghanistan
[AP]

Afghan War Review Called Likely to Show Progress
[NYT]
Suicide bomb kills 16 at market in north-west Pakistan
[BBC]
Suit Over Targeted Awlaki Killing Is Thrown Out
[NYT]

Middle East
Peace process in crisis; Palestinians doubt U.S.
[Reuters]

U.S. Drops Bid to Sway Israel on Settlements
[NYT]
Israel ire as Argentina and Brazil recognise Palestine
[BBC]

Africa
Top UN envoy: Ivory Coast vote has 1 winner
[AP]
Ivory Coast crisis: Liberia warlords told not to meddle
[BBC]
Nigeria: Former dictator may leave ruling party
[AP]

Europe
Tuition fees: Cameron and Miliband exchange insults at PMQs
[Guardian]
Greek transport workers strike against austerity
[AP]

Americas
Chile prison fire kills at least 81
[AP]
Nepal army rejects link to Haiti cholera epidemic
[BBC]
Pact could be near to save tropical forests
[WaPo]

Domestic
Some Ex-Detainees Still Tied to Terror
[NYT]
Christine O’Donnell forming issues-oriented PAC
[AP]
House’s Bachus Wins Key Vote in Bid to Be Wall Street Overseer
[Bloomberg]
Republicans Select Rogers to Head House Appropriations Committee
[Bloomberg]
NYC officials bust Ivy League coke, LSD, pot ring
[AP]
Appeals court halts death penalty hearing in Houston
[Houston Chronicle]
What’s at Stake in the Wal-Mart Discrimination Case
[Time]
30 years later, it’s still hard to fathom Lennon’s killing
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 07.14.10

July 14, 2010

Daily International News
July 14, 2010

Northeast Asia/Pacific
NKorea, US-led UN Command to meet Thursday
[AP]
Japan voters want troubled PM to stay: polls
[AFP]
Vatican, China OK new bishop as relations warm
[AP]
Argentina/China sign 18 agreements; discussions to solve soy-oil dispute
[MercoPress]
26 killed, 38 missing as typhoon hits Philippines
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Afghan attacks kill 8 US soldiers in 24 hours
[AP]
Petraeus pushes to designate Haqqani network
[NYT]
Indian FM to press Pakistan on Mumbai probe in talks
[Reuters]
Kyrgyz Police Abusing Ethnic Uzbeks, Group Says
[NYT]

Middle East
Iran Scientist Heads to Tehran
[WSJ]
Russia seeks to soothe Iran with energy pact
[Reuters]
Turkey Presses For Israel’s Apology
[WSJ]
Averting showdown, Gaza-bound ship changes course
[AP]
Iraq: US hands over Tariq Aziz, other detainees
[AP]
Gunmen attack two southern Yemen security offices
[BBC]

Africa
South Africa to make 2020 Olympic bid
[BBC]
NGOs slam EU-Brazil plans to develop biofuels in Africa
[EU Observer]
Rwandan opposition politician found dead
[BBC]
Nigeria: 4 die in new religious violence
[AP]
Somalia’s spreading war
[LAT]

Europe/UK
Credit Suisse offices raided by tax officials
[BBC]
Gen Sir David Richards new head of British armed forces
[BBC]
Children involved in Northern Ireland riots, councillor says
[Guardian]
Former MI6 worker pleads guilty over selling official secrets
[Guardian]
David Cameron defends NHS plans at PMQs
[Guardian]
Boris Johnson wants London spared from the coalition’s spending cuts
[Guardian]

Domestic
Jack Lew, Surplus-Seasoned Budget Chief, Tackles Obama Deficit
[Bloomberg]
Philip Morris Is Said to Benefit From Child Labor
[NYT]
U.S. deports alleged 12th Russian spy
[WaPo]
NAACP Passes Tea Party Racism Resolution
[CBS]

Americas
Large protest held ahead of Argentine same-sex marriage vote
[CNN]
Venezuela hands over alleged Colombian drug lord to US
[BBC]
Venezuela alleges Dutch violation of airspace
[Miami Herald]

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Daily International News 06.02.10

June 2, 2010

Daily International News
June 2, 2010

Northeast Asia
Japan PM quits with FinMin Kan frontrunner for job
[Reuters]
Op-ed: Revolving door keeps turning in Japan [FT]
Op-ed: How Will Hatoyama Move Affect Global Relations? [WSJ]
N. Korea’s Kim Jong-il resurfaces after disappearing amid tension
[Yonhap]
South Koreans vote for local offices amid tensions
[AP]
S. Korea, U.S. mil-mil exercises in Yellow Sea next week
[Yonhap]

China/HK
China says no thanks to US defense chief
[AP]
Chinese premier starts two-day visit to Myanmar
[Xinhua]
China to further bilateral ties with Japan: FM
[Xinhua]
China cartoon brings reminder of Tiananmen, erased
[AP]
‘Goddess of Democracy’ creator deported, says lawmaker
[SCMP]
Foxconn raises worker pay by 30 pct after suicides
[AP]
Apple boss defends conditions at iPhone factory
[BBC]

Southeast/Central Asia
Thai PM survives confidence vote over Bangkok protests
[BBC]
Taliban Attacks Shake Afghan Peace Gathering
[NYT]

Middle East
Iran Says New sanctions could mean confrontation
[AFP]
Israel deports all activists from Gaza-bound ships
[AP]
Obama speaks with Turkish prime minister about flotilla raid
[CNN]
Mideast Peace Push May Survive Raid on Gaza Activists
[Bloomberg]
Gaza Situation ‘Unsustainable,’ Clinton Says as Ship Approaches
[Bloomberg]

Africa
Libyan executions of foreigners are condemned
[BBC]
US court rules ex-Somali PM can be sued over torture
[BBC]
Liberia sends seven to US on cocaine-smuggling charges
[BBC]

Europe
David Cameron’s first PMQ’s as Prime Minister [Times UK]
Balkan hopefuls meet EU leaders in Sarajevo [BBC]
Russia launching 520-day Mars mission simulation
[AP]
Polish Pilot Saw Chance of Landing
[NYT]
‘Morally bankrupt’ Sarah Ferguson weeps on Oprah
[Times UK]
Body of gunman found after Cumbria shootings
[Times UK]

Americas/Domestic
Cancun mayor charged with ties to drug cartels
[AP]
BP Gulf Spill Prompts Criminal, Civil Investigations by U.S.
[Bloomberg]
Gores Announce They’re Separating After 40 Years of Marriage
[Bloomberg]
Party switcher Parker Griffith, Rep. Arthur Davis lose in Alabama primaries
[WaPo]