Posts Tagged ‘subpoena’

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Daily International News 07.22.11

July 22, 2011

Daily International News
July 22, 2011

Northeast Asia
Koreas
N.Korea official says two Koreas want six party talks soon-report
[Reuters]
Asean: N and S Korea envoys hold ‘constructive’ talks
[BBC]
North Korea names Ri YongHo as new envoy for stalled nuke talks
[AP]
North Korea to appoint ambassador to ASEAN
[AFP]
North Korea and Iran increase collaboration on nuclear missile, report claims
[Telegraph]
China
US-TW Business Council: US decision on Taiwan F-16 sales Oct. 1
[AP]
Canada to deport Chinese fugitive Lai Changxing
[BBC]
China to ordain more non-Vatican bishops
[BBC]
China: Bus fire in Henan kills dozens
[BBC]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Clinton says Myanmar has to do more
[AP]
Clinton hails deal on South China Sea disputes
[AP] 
Cambodian PM proposes troop pullout deal with Thailand
[Reuters]
Australia and Malaysia ‘to sign deal on asylum seekers’
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Pakistani PM: US promises not to repeat Bin Laden raid
[Guardian]
Wilson Centre speech: Musharraf vows to repeat his actions
[Pakistan Tribune]

Middle East
Syrian uprising: Crackdown on Homs ‘intensifies’
[BBC]
Syria holds massive rallies to ‘support Homs’
[Al Jazeera]
Amnesty: Saudi terror law ‘would strangle protest’
[BBC]
Yemen tribes say they stop militant convoy in south
[Reuters]

Africa
NATO Allies Opens to Possibility Qaddafi Could Stay in Libya
[Bloomberg]
Gaddafi rules out talks with Libya rebels
[Al Jazeera]
Al-Shabab says aid group ban remains in place
[Al Jazeera]
Investigation opens into Conde assassination attempt
[AFP]
Troops patrol Malawi towns after 18 killed in protests
[Reuters]

Europe
Explosion rocks central Oslo, Norway PM’s office
[Reuters]
Serbia extradites Goran Hadzic to Hague court
[BBC]
Ukraine’s Tymoshenko mocks court in trial
[AP]
Georgian photographers released on spy charges
[AP]
EU leaders agree €109bn Greek bail-out
[FT]
World stocks jump after Greek debt deal
[Deutsche Welle]

Americas
Ottawa seeks 30+ ‘war criminals’ hiding in Canada
[BBC]
Ecuador president ‘to donate $40m libel damages’
[BBC]
Media watchdogs condemn Ecuador libel ruling
[Al Jazeera]
From Cuba, Venezuela’s Chavez governs via Twitter
[AP]
Brazil: record low unemployment and more job-creation in second half anticipated
[MercoPress]

Domestic
DADT: Pentagon to end US military gay ban
[BBC]
Don’t miss it: John Kerry backs gay marriage
[POLITICO]
Debt talks bring tensions between Democrats, Obama to surface
[WaPo]
John Boehner: House must act by Wednesday
[POLITICO]
Obama Aligns With Boehner in Seeking U.S. Debt Pact Amid Internal Strife
[Bloomberg]
Ex-NoW Executives Dispute Testimony of Murdoch Son
[NYT]
Justice Department Prepares Subpoenas in News Corp. Inquiry
[WSJ]
Owners approve proposed labor deal
[ESPN]
No new panda cub for National Zoo this year
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 07.20.10

July 20, 2010

Daily International News
July 20, 2010

International
UN

Departing U.N. official calls Ban’s leadership ‘deplorable’ in 50-page memo
[WaPo]

ASEAN
N.Korea FM to attend Asian security forum
[AFP]
ASEAN diplomats give Burma ‘earful’ over its election
[BBC]

Kabul Conference
Kabul conference cheat sheet
[Al Jazeera]
Conference endorses Karzai goal for security handover
[BBC]
Leaders Renew Vows of Support for Afghanistan
[NYT]

Koreas
Gates, Clinton to visit DMZ dividing 2 Koreas
[AP]
Japan Says It Isn’t Seeking Bilateral Meeting With North Korea
[Bloomberg]
‘2+2’ talks are U.S.-Korean milestone
[JoongAng IB]
U.S. court fines N. Korea for terror plot
[Wash Times]
Former N Korea spy in Japan to tackle abductee issue
[BBC]
North Korea reportedly executes former official
[AP]
North Korean Poster Depicts a Ship Suffering an Eerily Evocative Attack
[NYT] – from 07/16

Japan/China
Japan may delay finalizing U.S. base relocation details
[Kyodo]
US Won’t Bow to Chinese Concerns on Yellow Sea Exercises
[VOA]
Floods, landslides kill 37 in central China
[AP]
Another Foxconn worker falls to death – report
[Reuters]

Central Asia [non-conference related]
In Afghanistan, a Threat of Plunder
[NYT]
NATO says 4 dead in shooting at training range
[AP]
Kyrgyz troops using torture on detainees, says UN
[BBC]

Middle East/ Africa
Guantanamo detainee Naji sent back to Algeria against his will
[WaPo]
U.S. cleric warns Yemen could be next Iraq, Afghanistan
[Reuters]
Ashton concludes Israel visit, promising EU aid to lift Gaza blockade
[DW]
Europe Considers New Penalties for Iran
[NYT]
Allawi seeks Iraq support from Sadr
[Al Jazeera]
Sudan:  AU Warns Over Bashir Warrant
[All Africa]

Europe
Berlusconi’s popularity hits new low – poll
[Reuters]
Iraq inquiry: Saddam posed very limited threat to UK, ex-MI5 chief says
[Guardian]

Domestic/Americas
David Cameron set for talks with President Barack Obama
[BBC]
Troops to Go to Mexican Border Aug. 1
[NYT]
Democrats to give jobless benefits another vote
[AP]
Toyota Subpoenaed on Steering Flaws
[NYT]
Chilling toll of Times Sq. ‘bomb’
[NY Post]
Cubans brace for “reorganization” of labour force
[Reuters]