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Daily International News 04.28.11

April 28, 2011

Daily International News
April 28, 2011

Northeast Asia
Koreas
S. Korea says Carter failed to meet with N. Korean leader
[Yonhap]
North Korean leader ready for talks on any issue: Carter
[Reuters]
N.Koreans “regret” loss of South Korean lives: Carter
[Reuters]
U.S. not to engage N. Korea if inter-Korean nuclear talks bear no fruit: experts
[Yonhap]
EU-ROK FTA may be in jeopardy
[JoongAng]
Japan
Increased water injection helping to cool No. 1 reactor faster
[Kyodo]
Buddhists remember Japan’s tsunami dead
[AP]
China
FM press conference on April 28
[Xinhua]
US envoy says rights talks with China yield little
[AP]
U.S. ends rights talks with China “deeply concerned”
[Reuters]
Beijing ‘back-sliding on rights’
[BBC]
Taiwan official sentenced for spying for China
[AP]
China’s population grows older and more urban
[Reuters]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Myanmar leader enlists Suu Kyi friend as adviser
[AP]
Cambodia, Thailand agree to ceasefire after clashes
[Reuters]
Sri Lanka website LankaeNews is suspended
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Timothy Roemer, top US diplomat in India, resigns
[BBC]
Pakistan: Karachi naval bus bomb kills five
[BBC]
Kashmir soldier ‘kills’ four colleagues
[BBC]
India: Activist Binayak Sen attacks sedition laws
[BBC]
Kandahar jail governor detained after mass breakout [Reuters]
Afghan Military Officer Kills 8 U.S. Service Members
[NYT]

Middle East
Surprise Palestinian unity deal challenges Israel
[Reuters]
Turkey urges Syria to stop crackdown
[AP]
IAEA chief: Syria tried to build nuclear reactor
[AP]
Dozens arrested in Syrian town
[Al Jazeera]
Syria’s Assad facing dissent over Deraa crackdown
[Reuters]
Bahrain sentences four to die over police killing
[Reuters]
Yemen opposition warns bloodshed may derail deal
[Reuters]
Blast in Morocco tourist cafe kills 14 people
[Reuters]

Africa
Libya rebels battle for Misurata airport
[Al Jazeera]
Libyan doctor says NATO airstrike killed 12 rebels
[AP]
Nigerian states of Kaduna and Bauchi vote after riots
[BBC]
Ivory Coast renegade warlord Ibrahim Coulibaly killed
[BBC]
Uganda’s Kizza Besigye arrested for fourth time
[BBC]
Zimbabwe PM vows to crackdown on violence
[AP]

Europe
Roma Defenseless against Extremist Vigilantes
[Der Spiegel]
The TV Column: Your guide to watching the royal wedding
[WaPo]
Police raid five squats before royal wedding
[Guardian]
UK Stem cell treatments threatened by European patents ruling
[Guardian]
Reykjavik Mayorial Race: From Punk Rocker to Mayor
[Der Spiegel]
Germany Finally Opens Labor Market to Eastern Workers
[Der Spiegel]
Outlook Dim for Climate Agreement by Year’s End
[NYT]

Americas/Domestic
Mexican officials recover 96 bodies so far in Durango
[BBC]
Tornadoes rip through U.S. South, more than 220 dead
[Reuters]
Guantánamo Detainee’s Lawyer Seeks a Voice on WikiLeaks Documents
[NYT]
Files Reveal Many Inmates Were Minors
[Der Spiegel]
Obama’s Pentagon and C.I.A. Picks Show Shift in How U.S. Fights
[NYT]
EPA proposes stricter controls on water pollution
[WaPo]
Checklist could spot children with autism earlier
[WaPo]
Economic growth slows to 1.8% in first months of 2011
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 10.20.10

October 20, 2010

Daily International News
October 20, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
Seoul Arrests Alleged N. Korean Spy
[NYT]
South Korea says open to calls for six-party talks
[Reuters]
South Korea calls on North to honour nuclear deal
[Reuters]
Reporters Without Borders Annual Press Freedom Report puts NKorea 177 out of 178′
[RFERL] [link to report here]

China
China’s Xi lambasted Lee’s North policy
[JoongAng]
China Seeks to Block U.N. Report on Darfur, Diplomats Say
[Reuters]
Tibetan students protest use of Chinese in classes
[AP]
US inquiry into China rare earth shipments
[BBC] and China denies reports of rare earth export quota cut [Xinhua]
China prepares for first census in 10 years
[AP]
China’s Move May Push Capital Controls in Asia
[WSJ]
Southern China braces for deadly typhoon
[AP]

Japan
Japan’s empress, 76, says she’s slowing down
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Toll in Karachi bloodshed rises to 33
[Dawn]
Afghanistan annuls nearly a quarter of ballots
[AP]
Taliban Elite, Aided by NATO, Join Talks for Afghan Peace
[NYT]
Systemic failures led to Afghanistan suicide attack, CIA says
[WaPo]

Middle East
Iran to try US hikers accused of spying in November
[BBC]
In Qom, Iran’s supreme leader Khamenei aims to cement leadership over clerics
[CSM]
Kuwait drama stirs debate on Gulf Arab ties to Iran
[Reuters]
Roadside Bombing in Iraq Strikes Convoy Carrying U.N. Diplomat
[NYT]
Iraq auctions off three major gas fields
[Reuters]

Africa
Africa: Continent Fails to Benefits From Foreign Trade
[All Africa]
British aid worker kidnapped in Somalia freed
[AP]
Ethiopia using aid to suppress dissent: rights group
[AFP]

Europe
UK government stakes its future on austerity plan
[AP]
French police break blockades at three oil depots
[BBC]
Embattled Zapatero shuffles Spanish cabinet
[CNN]
Czech neo-Nazis jailed for Roma attack
[BBC]
Italian court keeps block on Vatican Bank funds
[Reuters]
Pope names D.C. archbishop, 23 others to be new cardinals
[WaPo]

Americas
Dilma Rousseff seems back on track and leads with 51% vote intention
[MercoPress]
Colombia tries to stop rebels from getting nuclear arms
[BBC]
Canadian Commander Videotaped Murders
[NYT]

Domestic
Military Can’t Enforce ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ During Appeal
[Bloomberg]
GOP in Lead in Final Lap
[WSJ]
President Obama to stop by ‘The Daily Show’
[WaPo]
Obama Heads West Aiming to Defend Democratic Hold on Key States
[Bloomberg]
Clarence Thomas’s Wife Asks Anita Hill for Apology
[NYT]
Bank of America Accused of Racketeering in Foreclosure Lawsuit
[Bloomberg]
Microsoft Agrees to Unbundle Software in Deal With NYC
[NYT]

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Daily International News 10.19.10

October 19, 2010

Daily International News
October 19, 2010

Northeast Asia
Japan
Japanese economy ‘at standstill’
[BBC]
Japan Calls for Currency-Market Cooperation
[WSJ]

China
US diplomat praises Chinese premier’s reform talk
[AP]
China says committed to U.N. sanctions on Iran
[Reuters]
China Nobel winner’s wife still under house arrest
[AP] and Holder asks China to release Nobel winner [AP]
Report: China to reduce rare earths exports
[AP]
China surprises with first rate rise since 2007
[Reuters]
AP Interview: Taiwan’s Ma moves ahead with China
[AP]
After 13 die in Philippines, typhoon aims at China
[AP]

Japan/China
Japan PM and ministers avoid war shrine amid China row
[Reuters]
Japan promises to talk to China despite protests
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Indian gov’t: Pakistan spies tied to Mumbai siege
[AP]
Pakistan suspends scores of MPs
[Al Jazeera]
Curfew clamped in four districts of Kashmir Valley
[Times of India]
2 NATO service members killed in south Afghanistan
[AP]

Middle East
Netanyahu says loyalty oath bill to be amended
[AP]
Saudi says it warned of al-Qaida threat from Yemen
[AP]
Saudi prince found guilty of murdering servant in hotel
[BBC]
U.S. Envoy to Meet With Iran’s Neighbors
[WSJ]
Iran joins international group’s talks on Afghan strategy
[WaPo]
Iran welcomes Chavez as partner against Western “bullies”
[Reuters]
Iraq blast targeting policeman kills 8 relatives
[AP]

Africa
Killings in Nigeria Are Linked to Islamic Sect
[NYT]
Int’l court rejects ex-Congo VP war crimes appeal
[AP]
South Sudanese agree on post-secession elections, census
[Reuters]
UN redeploys peacekeepers in Sudan’s Abyei flashpoint
[AFP]
Status quo in W. Sahara ‘untenable’: UN envoy
[AFP]

Europe
Gunmen Dead After Attack on Chechen Parliament
[NYT]
UK’s Cameron announces military austerity plan
[AP]
French retirement protests take violent turn
[AP]
EU drops legal action against France over Roma
[Reuters]
Russia to go to NATO summit, eyeing missile role
[Reuters]
Dutch anti-Islam MP been denied fair trial -lawyer
[Reuters]

Americas
Mexican authorities seize 105 tons of marijuana
[AP]
Threat grows as Mexican cartels move to beef up U.S. presence
[WaPo]
Top Canadian Commander Pleads Guilty to Murders
[NYT]

Domestic
Judge tentatively rejects ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ stay request
[LAT]
Meeting Pakistanis, U.S. Will Try to Fix Relations
[NYT]
Obama Wave That Swept Out Republicans Recedes in House Rematch
[Bloomberg]
U.S. Pushes to Ease Technical Obstacles to Wiretapping
[NYT]
Geithner Weak Dollar Seen as U.S. Recovery Route
[Bloomberg]
Geithner vows U.S. will not devalue dollar
[Reuters]
Banks Restart Foreclosures
[WSJ]

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Daily International News 09.17.10

September 17, 2010

Daily International News
September 17, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
South Korea sends aid to North as reunions to resume
[Reuters]
Wen says N.K. leader called power succession ‘false rumor’: Carter
[Yonhap]
Lee chooses audit board boss to be prime minister
[JAIB]
China
China ‘moves drilling equipment’ into disputed waters
[BBC]
Geithner Calls China’s Yuan Gains ‘Too Slow,’ Urges More Action
[Bloomberg]
China’s Rise Complicates Goal of Using Less Energy
[NYT]
China approves Taiwan bank branches
[AP]
Japan
Bernanke Shadow of Easing Limits BOJ Success With Yen
[Bloomberg]
Japan’s new foreign minister gets tough on China
[AP]
Japan PM rejigs cabinet and juggles yen, debt and economy
[Reuters]

Southeast Asia
Government confirms 25 dead in Sri Lanka blast
[AP]
Sri Lanka court martial convicts Fonseka for corruption
[BBC]
Burma bars elections in ‘troubled’ areas
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Karachi shut down after killing of exile Imran Farooq
[BBC]
Once Wary, Obama Relies on Petraeus in Afghanistan
[NYT]
Karzai urges Afghans to vote, ignore Taliban
[AP]

Middle East
Oman: No plans to free 2 other Americans in Iran
[AP]
Israeli troops kill Hamas militant in West Bank
[AP]

Africa
Sudan holds first open debate on unity vs secession
[Reuters]
Kenyans held in Uganda over Kampala World Cup attack
[BBC]

Europe
Germany denies Merkel said would clear Roma camps
[Reuters]
New web address hints at Putin return to Kremlin
[Reuters]
Boeing signs $3.7bn Russian contract
[BBC]
Swiss gov’t rejects call to ban assisted suicide
[AP]
Chechen separatist Zakayev arrested in Poland
[AP]

UK
UK Police: 5 arrested in alleged threat to pope
[AP]
MI5 head warns of serious risk of UK terrorist attack
[BBC]
Labour leadership contenders clash over spending cuts
[BBC]
No 10 rejects Cable immigration cap ‘damage’ claim
[BBC]
Prescott to launch legal challenge to phone hack probe
[BBC]

Americas
Tropical Storm Karl becomes hurricane over Gulf
[BBC]
BP completes relief well in Gulf of Mexico
[CNN]

Domestic
Obama to Announce Warren’s Role in Consumer Agency
[Bloomberg]
Congress Enacting Most U.S. Laws Since ’60s Gets No Respect
[Bloomberg]
The ‘tea party’ gears up for 2012
[WaPo]
Wall Street ties are a major player in midterm election
[LAT]
After Delaware, G.O.P. Senate Takeover Appears Much Less Likely
[NYT]

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Daily International News 09.01.10

September 1, 2010

Happy September!!

Daily International News
September 1, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
NKorea forges trade docs to dodge sanction: report
[AP]
Engaging North Korea in Twitter Diplomacy
[NYT]
North Korea seeks stronger ties with China
[Reuters]
U.N. Lays Plans to Spend $290M on Aid to North Korea
[Fox]
China Hints at N.Korean Guilt in Cheonan Sinking
[Chosun]
N. Korea silent on offer to send flood aid: S. Korea
[Yonhap]
Americans Won’t Forget Cheonan Sinking
[Chosun]
China/HK
China begins military exercises in Yellow Sea
[BBC]
US decides against China currency investigation
[BBC]
China imposes anti-subsidy duties on US chicken
[AP]
Hong Kong seeks minimum wage deal
[BBC]
China orders mobile phone users to disclose real names amid privacy concerns
[Xinhua]
Japan
Japan PM Kan, rival Ozawa clash over fiscal policy
[Reuters]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Myanmar media confirm junta chief retains power
[AP]
Cambodia boasts plans for Asia’s tallest building
[AP]
Australian PM Gillard secures support from Greens
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Interview with CIA Veteran Michael Scheuer: ‘Only the Taliban Are Not Corrupt’
[Der Spiegel]
Crisis spurs Afghan bank ‘takeover’
[Al Jazeera]
Afghan bankers resign amid corruption allegations
[Reuters]
Floods slow growth, raise inflation: Gilani
[DAWN]
Pakistan will require long-term aid, says Clegg
[BBC]

Middle East
Peace Process
Palestinians crack down on Hamas after shooting
[AP]
Trying to Buck Odds, Obama Takes On 3 Big Mideast Tasks
[NYT]
Israel hints Jerusalem compromise in peace talks
[Reuters]
No settlement deal ahead of Mideast talks
[FP]
Iran/Iraq
Obama Declares an End to Combat Mission in Iraq
[NYT]
US changes military commanders in Iraq
[AP]
SPIEGEL Interview with Iran’s Foreign Minister: ‘The West Lacks Political Maturity’
[Der Spiegel]
Africa
Gunmen fire on plane carrying aid workers in Congo
[AP]
Mozambique police fire at crowds protesting prices
[AP]
South Sudan’s Aweil region swamped by floods
[BBC]

Europe
Spain Reaches Out to China on Government Debt
[WSJ]
French ministers lash out at ‘grotesque’ criticisms of Roma policy
[EU Observer]
Rape probe against WikiLeaks founder reopened
[AP]
UK
Tony Blair’s A Journey memoir released – live blog
[Guardian]
Tony Blair tells of tension with ‘maddening’ Brown
[BBC] and Tony Blair: ‘I cried for Iraq war victims’ [AP]
Ed Miliband says it’s time to ‘move on’ from Blair
[BBC]

Americas
Mexico dismisses 10% of federal police
[FT]
New photos show Fidel Castro with US journalist
[AP]
Fidel Castro takes blame for persecution of Cuban gays
[BBC]
‘Unprecedented’ challenge to save Chilean miners
[AP]

Domestic
Obama Says End of Iraq Combat Makes Economy ‘Central Mission’
[Bloomberg]
Murkowski Concedes Alaska Primary Defeat
[NYT]
Hurricane Earl downgraded to Category 3, still threatens East Coast
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 08.25.10

August 25, 2010

Daily International News
August 25, 2010

Northeast Asia
Carter lands in Pyongyang to bring home American
[AP]
Setting the mood for 6-nation talks
[Korea Herald]
Amid succession fears, Kim Jong-un rising to power
[Korea Times]
North Korea Denies Claims of Mistreating World Cup Soccer Team
[Bloomberg]
China’s top nuclear envoy to visit Japan on Sat.: sources
[Kyodo]
US to supply Taiwan air force radar equipment
[AP]
Chinese Airport Drew Safety Concerns Before Crash
[NYT]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Thailand delays Viktor Bout extradition
[BBC]
Khmer Rouge jailer Duch submits appeal
[BBC]
Australian PM contenders promise no early election
[AP]
Solomons Islands get new PM weeks after election
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Afghan driver kills Spanish officers, interpreter
[AP]
Indian parliament to vote on key nuclear bill
[AFP]
Pakistanis flee new monsoon floods in south
[BBC]

Middle East
Israel’s FM says no extending settlement slowdown
[AP]
50 dead in attacks targeting Iraqi security forces
[AP]
CIA sees increased threat from al-Qaeda in Yemen
[WaPo]
Iran says it test-fires new missile and is ready to sell arms to Lebanon
[AP]

Africa
Police: Plane crashes in west Congo, killing 19
[AP]
Train hits van in SAfrica; kills at least 9 kids
[AP]
Third day of fighting in Somalia’s capital kills 8
[AP]

Europe/UK
Greek FinMin: recession milder than forecast
[AP]
3 arrested in Moldova in uranium smuggling plot
[AP]
Europe steps up criticism of France’s Roma policy
[DW]
Ireland angered by S&P downgrade
[FT]
Body of suspected British spy found
[AP]
Camerons’ baby doing well, Downing Street says
[Guardian]

Americas
Canada intercepts two Russian bombers
[AP]
Dozens of bodies found at Mexico ranch
[BBC]
Argentine president moves to control newsprint
[AP]

Domestic
Primaries test establishment vs. outsiders in Florida, Arizona and Alaska
[WaPo]
DOJ will appeal stem-cell ruling
[Politico]
Obama’s anti-Semitism envoy vs. the ADL
[Salon]

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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]