Posts Tagged ‘state visit’

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Daily International News 01.21.11

January 21, 2011

Daily International News
January 21, 2011

Northeast Asia
China
Summit yields gains for both China and U.S.
[WaPo]
Accepting the Rise of China
[NYT]
How to Gauge U.S.-China Talks
[CFR]
Heavy snow in Southwest China forces 79,000 to evacuate homes
[Reuters]
Koreas
Breakthrough after U.S. warns China on North Korea
[Reuters]
S. Korean Navy frees hijacked cargo ship, kills 8 Somali pirates
[Yonhap]
North Korean human rights act called for in South
[Korea Times]
S. Korean pastor gets 5-year jail term for illegal trip to N. Korea
[Yonhap]
Japan
Kan places priority on Japan-U.S. alliance over East Asia Community plan
[Mainichi]
Prosecutors not to indict ex-Japan Coast Guard member, Chinese captain
[Kyodo]
Japan, U.S. sign pact on Tokyo keeping base-hosting costs for 5 yrs
[Kyodo]
Japanese Abduction Victim ‘Alive in Pyongyang’
[Chosun]

Southeast Asia
Myanmar military appoints members of Parliament
[AP]
Documentary Shows Rare Look at Dissent in Myanmar Military
[NYT]

South/Central Asia
Afghan parliament to defy Karzai’s postponement order
[WaPo]
Karzai courts Moscow with economic projects
[Reuters]
Pakistani tribesmen rally against US drone strikes
[AP]

Middle East
Turkey hosts Iran nuclear talks
[Al Jazeera] and Iran: Suspension of nuclear program is not up for negotiation [Haaretz]
Palestinians protesters confront French FM in Gaza
[AP]
Saad Hariri vows to form new cabinet, defying Hezbollah
[BBC]
Car Bombings Kill Dozens on Pilgrims’ Route in Iraq
[NYT]

Africa
Almost 99 percent choose south Sudan split
[Reuters]
Côte d’Ivoire: Violence Spreading, Human Rights Deteriorating – UN
[All Africa]
Group: Third of Zimbabwe registered voters dead
[AP]
Tunisia mourns unrest victims
[Al Jazeera]

Europe
Top UK PM aide Andy Coulson resigns over phone-hack claims
[Guardian]
Blair faces second grilling at UK inquiry into Iraq War
[Deutsche Welle]
UK judge approves US extradition of terror suspect
[AP]
Prominent British Muslim Assails Prejudice
[NYT]
Belarus president to be sworn in
[CNN]
French court convicts Warner head, ex-Vivendi boss
[AP]
520-day flight simulation nears ‘landing’ on Mars
[AP]

Americas
U.S. pushes Haiti to resolve election dispute quickly
[McClatchy]
Some See a Cash Motive in Duvalier’s Return
[NYT]
UN calls for Mexico probe into migrant train abductions
[BBC]
Chavez says he won’t give up decree powers
[AP]

Domestic
Next up for Obama: Marriage equality for gay Americans
[WaPo]
Obama Will Move Political Operations to Chicago
[NYT]
Romney keeps away from Tea Party
[Boston Globe]
GE’s Immelt to head Obama economic advisory board
[LAT]
House GOP group proposes deep spending cuts over next decade
[WaPo]
FBI’s biggest-ever mob bust shows where Mafia still holds sway
[CSM]
Blackwater Founder Said to Back Mercenaries in Africa
[NYT]
Giffords taken outside for first time
[Reuters]

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Daily International News 06.28.10

June 28, 2010

Daily International News
June 28, 2010

@ G20
At Summit, Banks Avoid New Global Regulations
[NYT]
President Obama urges G-20 nations to spend; they pledge to halve deficits
[WaPo]
Police arrest more than 600 at Toronto summit
[AP]
Op-ed: The Third Depression
[NYT]

Koreas
North Korea threatens ‘new’ nuclear deterrent
[BBC]
From 06.26 North Korea to hold rare party meet ‘to elect leaders’ [BBC]

China/Taiwan
West worries China may undermine Iran sanctions efforts
[LAT]
Trade Deal Draws Taiwan Closer Into China’s Embrace
[Bloomberg]
Barack Obama invites China’s Hu Jintao for state visit
[BBC]
Prime Minister David Cameron plans China visit
[BBC]
Obama Tells Hu U.S. Welcomes China’s Move on Currency
[Bloomberg]
China yuan rate pegged at five-year high
[BBC]
Tibetan cultural figures ‘detained after protests’
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
OSCE observers back Kyrgyzstan referendum
[BBC]
Pakistan’s Plan on Afghan Peace Leaves U.S. Wary
[NYT]

Middle East
Iran postpones any nuclear talks until late August
[AP]
Turkey bars Israel military flight after Gaza raid
[BBC]
Israeli flotilla inquiry to question premier
[AP]
Outside powers hope for continuity in Egypt
[Reuters]
UN summer camp in Gaza vandalized
[AP]

Africa
Burundi votes with Pierre Nkurunziza the only candidate
[BBC]
Somaliland election observer killed; ballots being counted
[CNN]

Europe/UK
Britain to announce interim cap on non-EU migrants
[DW]
New Czech Prime Minister Is Named
[NYT]
BP oil spill: Barack Obama and David Cameron agree BP must not collapse
[Telegraph]
Manuel Noriega goes on trial in Paris
[Guardian]
Belgium church panel on sex abuse shuts after raid
[AP]

Domestic/Americas
Elena Kagan’s confirmation hearing to start Monday
[LAT]
Robert Byrd, Respected Voice of the Senate, Dies at 92
[NYT]
Justices Say Gun Rights Apply Locally
[NYT]
OPEC: US should reconsider offshore drilling ban
[AP]
Haiti’s president picks date for elections
[Miami Herald]

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Daily International News 11.24.09

November 24, 2009
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Daily International News
November 24, 2009

Singh in Washington
Obama hosts Indian prime minister
[AP]
President Barack Obama hosts Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (MAHN’-moh-hahn SING) at the White House on Tuesday, the first state visit of his presidency

Obama Says He Intends to ‘Finish the Job’ in Afghanistan [NYT]
President Obama
said on Tuesday that he will announce his decision on how many more troops to send to Afghanistan next week

DPRK
Russian Federation Council
, Singaporean Foreign Ministry, and Chinese Minister of National Defense visiting DPRK [KCNA]
Top military officials of North Korea and China pledged to further strengthen their countries’ alliance that was “sealed in blood” during the Korean War, Pyongyang’s media said Monday

China
China executes 2 for role in tainted milk scandal
[AP]
China executed a dairy farmer and a milk salesman Tuesday

Philippines
Philippines declares emergency after 46 killed
[AP]
The Philippine president placed two southern provinces under emergency rule Tuesday as security forces unearthed more bodies, pushing the death toll to 46 in some of the deadliest election violence in the nation’s history.

India
Indian probe blames mosque attack on Hindu leaders
[AP]
An Indian government investigation…into the 1992 demolition of a mosque…reportedly accused top Hindu nationalist politicians of complicity in the attack

India Officials Angered by Leak of Attack Report [NYT]
The leaking of a long-awaited confidential report on one of the most divisive attacks in modern Indian history raised a furor in India’s Parliament on Monday

Middle East
Iran says needs guarantees to ship nuclear fuel
[Reuters]
Iran
could consider sending its low-enriched uranium abroad, the Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday

Netanyahu says Hamas prisoner deal may not happen [Reuters]
“There is still no deal, and I do not know if there will be one,” Netanyahu said

Iraq national vote unlikely in January [Reuters]
Iraq will be unable to hold a national election in January as planned, a poll official said on Tuesday, heaping more uncertainty on a vote meant to cement democracy and pave the way for a partial U.S. troop withdrawal

UK
Chilcot Iraq Inquiry: secret talks on ousting Saddam Hussein began in 2001
[Times UK]
British and American officials secretly discussed overthrowing Saddam Hussein two years before the invasion of Iraq, the public inquiry into the war was told today.