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Daily International News 10.27.10

October 27, 2010

Daily International News
October 27, 2010

Global
Global extinction crisis looms, new study says
[WaPo]

Northeast Asia
Clinton heads to Asia to assure China’s neighbors
[AP]
Clinton Starts Asia Trip to Build Trade, Alliances [Bloomberg]

China
China holds first live-fire joint drills in Tibet
[AP]
China looms large over Clinton’s Asia-Pacific tour
[Reuters]
China to expand fleet to patrol disputed seas
[Reuters]
CPC Central Committee’s proposal for 12th 5-year plan
[Xinhua]
Analysis: Rare earths next big thing or will the bubble burst?
[Reuters]
Beijing Plans to Boost Product-Safety Rules
[WSJ]

Koreas
Aid Request Snags Korea Talks
[NYT]

Japan
Kan’s desire to join Trans-Pacific Partnership talks sparks spat within DPJ
[Mainichi]
With UN nature talks stalling, Japan offers $2 bln
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Philippines calls Myanmar elections a ‘farce’
[AP]
Cambodia rebuffs UN chief on Khmer Rouge trials
[AP]
Indonesia’s twin disasters kill more than 300
[Reuters]

South/Central Asia
India signs nuclear liability pact, a U.S. demand
[Reuters]
India says fears militant attack during Obama visit
[Reuters]
Afghan contractor deadline delayed
[Al Jazeera]
NATO Can’t Stop Flow Of Bomb Materials From Pakistan
[National Journal]
Suspected US missile strikes kill 7 in Pakistan
[AP]

Middle East
Washington pushes prospect of Middle East peace deal
[FT]
Iran acknowledges it funds Afghan government
[AP]
Sanctions widen gap between Iranian poor and rich
[Reuters]
Turkey seizes al-Qaeda suspects
[BBC]
Clashes as nationalists march in Israeli Arab town
[BBC]
Anbar Province, Once a Hotbed of Iraqi Insurgency, Demands a Say on Resources
[NYT]
Ruler of UAE’s Ras al Khaimah emirate dies
[AP]

Africa
Sudan president on safer ground as summit shifted
[BBC]
Jailed Eritrean journalist wins press freedom award
[BBC]

Europe
Report: Russia seeks to limit new NATO members
[AP]
Bin Laden warns France over Afghan war, veil ban
[AP]
French MPs adopt pension reform
[BBC]
Romania’s government survives no-confidence vote
[AP]
Germany hopes to make forced marriage a crime
[AP]

Americas
Latin leaders question move to legalize marijuana
[AP]
Venezuela announces takeover of U.S. glass-making plants
[CNN]
Cuba sets out rules and taxes for self-employed workers
[BBC]
Rousseff lead widens to 15 points in Brazil race
[Reuters]
Former Argentine President Nestor Kirchner dies
[AP]

Domestic
Democrats Say Jon Stewart Rally Will Spur Enthusiasm to Vote
[Bloomberg]
Obama to appear on ‘The Daily Show’
[AP]
Path for vote on New START this year goes through Kyl
[FP]
Soros gives $1M to Calif. pot legalization measure
[AP]
U.S. Deports Record Number of Illegal Aliens in 2010
[LAHT]
Fed Gears Up for Stimulus
[WSJ] and Fed looks set for new round of monetary easing [Reuters]
Rockefeller Presses Facebook, MySpace on Privacy; May Write Bill
[Bloomberg]
Bloody Video Games May Get Same Age Curbs as Porn
[Bloomberg]

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Daily International News 10.21.10

October 21, 2010

Daily International News
October 21, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
North wants dialogue with the South
[JoongAng]
Activity detected at North Korea nuclear test site – report
[Reuters]

SKorean gov’t denies North is planning 3rd nuke test
[JoongAng] and Japan Has No Info On North Korean Nuclear Test Plan – Kyodo [WSJ]
Human rights vital for N.Korea ties: US Human Rights Official
[AFP]
South Korea Begins Blocking New North Korean Website
[PC World]
Eruption at Blue House over Xi Jinping’s leaked remarks
[JoongAng]
Korean, U.S. lawmakers ask for changes to FTA
[JoongAng]

China
Blast injures American student in central Beijing [AP]
US official says China’s Hu will visit in January
[AP]

US general: China buildup real but clash avoidable
[AP]
China lashes out at Japan over reported insult
[AP]
China online game allows people to fight officials
[BBC]
Chinese woman forced to abort 8-month-old fetus
[AP]
China’s Economic Growth Cools as Inflation Accelerates
[Bloomberg]

Southeast Asia
Myanmar Supreme Court ‘to consider Suu Kyi appeal’
[AFP]

Myanmar unveils new national flag
[AP]
Bomb kills nine on Philippine bus
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Afghan peace council wants Saudi Arabia’s help
[AP]
Security forces step up patrols in Karachi
[Dawn]

Middle East
Settlers start 600 new homes after ban ends: watchdog
[BBC]
US-Saudi arms deal ripples from Iran to Israel
[AP]

WikiLeaks Prompts U.S. Alert to Iraqis
[WSJ]
Official says President Mubarak to seek new term
[AP]

Africa
Rwanda to charge US lawyer with genocide denial
[AP]
Guinea: Presidential Second Round Run-Off Delayed, Says French Foreign Minister
[All Africa]
UN drops award sponsored by Equatorial Guinea’s Obiang
[BBC]

Europe
French Leader Vows to Punish Violent Protesters
[NYT]
Europe Seen Avoiding Keynes’s Cure for Recession
[NYT]
Russia earmarks 900 state firms for public sale
[BBC]
Putin’s chief of staff named new mayor of Moscow
[AP]
EU Court on Human Rights condemns Moscow gay pride bans
[AP]
Russia close to taking seat at WTO economic table
[WaPo]

Belgian woman who altered parachute gets 30 years
[AP]

Americas
Canadian commander sentenced to life for murders
[AP]
Mexican student given police chief role
[BBC]
Cuba dissident Farinas awarded Sakharov Prize by EU
[BBC]
Brazil presidential candidate Serra hit during scuffle
[BBC]
Lula da Silva promises to defend currency from further appreciation
[MercoPress]

Domestic
Efforts to Prosecute Blackwater Are Collapsing
[NYT]
NPR fires Juan Williams over anti-Muslim remarks
[WaPo]
Military wins temporary reprieve for ‘don’t ask’ policy
[WaPo]
Fannie, Freddie bailout could double, regulator says
[WaPo]
Obama Urges Democrats to Rally Behind Candidates on Nov. 2
[Bloomberg]
Republicans Seek Gains on Bailouts, Health Care: Races to Watch
[Bloomberg]
Christine O’Donnell regrets ‘I’m not a witch’ ad
[AP]
Democrats: McCain is violating campaign spending law bearing his name
[WaPo]
Report Says State Senators Manipulated Casino Bidding
[NYT]
Toyota to Recall 1.5 Million Vehicles for Brake Concerns
[WSJ]