Posts Tagged ‘sudan elections’

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Daily International News 04.28.10

April 28, 2010

Daily International News
April 28, 2010

Northeast Asia
Hatoyama to visit Okinawa on May 4 to discuss Futemma
[Kyodo]
China shows global leadership by lifting entry ban on HIV carriers: UNAIDS
[Xinhua]
US, Europe press China to drop tech security rule
[AP]
Man stabs 15 students, 1 teacher in south China
[AP]

Southeast/South Asia
Thai authorities, protesters clash; 1 soldier dies
[AP]
Indian diplomat accused of spying for Pakistan
[LAT]

Middle East
Israel’s Ayalon sees talks restart within two weeks
[Reuters]
No fines now for Palestinian settlement workers
[AP]
Former PM urges interim government in Iraq
[AP]

Africa
Unpaid Somali soldiers desert to insurgency
[AP]
Southern Sudan opposition leader contests poll result
[BBC]
Niger – UN warning over total crop failure
[BBC]

Europe
Conservatives, Labour Gain in Poll Showing Hung Parliament
[SFGate3]
In UK election gaffe, Brown calls voter ‘bigoted’
[AP]
Stocks slump as Greece debt downgraded to junk
[WaPo]
Austria probe links slaying to Chechen president
[AP]
Russia publishes Katyn massacre archives
[BBC]

Americas
Plea deal possible for Canadian at Guantanamo
[Reuters]
Holder: U.S. May Fight Arizona Immigration Law
[CBS]
Chile Catholic church hit by abuse claims, bomb
[AP]

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Daily International News 04.27.10

April 27, 2010

Daily International News
April 27, 2010

East/Southeast Asia
Burma leaders ‘shed uniforms for polls’
[BBC]
Australia shelves key emissions trading scheme
[BBC]
South Korean Growth Accelerates, Government Warns on Won Gains
[Bloomberg]
Okada stresses U.S. Marines’ role for Japan’s defense
[Kyodo]

Central Asia
U.N. shuts mission in Afghanistan’s Kandahar
[Reuters]
Karzai’s brother says UN should not leave south
[AP]
Kyrgyz interim government charges Bakiyev over massacre
[Reuters]
Private zoo discovered at Kyrgyz ex-leader’s home
[BBC]

Middle East
Iraqi panel voids candidacies of 52 substitutes in March vote
[LAT]
Israeli forces demolish settlers’ ‘Obama’s Shack’
[AP]
Iran FM hopeful for nuke fuel deal, no sanctions
[AP]

Africa
Bashir Wins Election as Sudan Edges Toward Split
[NYT]
War crimes court rejects new bid to try Darfur rebel chief
[AFP]

Europe
Ukraine parliament hit by brawl, eggs, smoke bombs
[AP]
Belgian PM’s resignation accepted
[CNN]
General election 2010 live blog
[Guardian UK]
Electioneering row as Boris Johnson opens East London Line at ceremony
[Times UK]

Americas/Domestic
Mexican officials condemn Arizona’s tough new immigration law
[WaPo]
Arizona immigration law puts police in ‘impossible situation’
[CSM] [Economist]
The hub nation: Immigration places America at the centre of a web of global networks. So why not make it easier?
Venezuela’s Chavez rebuffs Pentagon report
[AP]

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Daily International News 04.20.10

April 20, 2010

Daily International News
April 20, 2010

East/Southeast Asia
North Korea readying for third nuclear test: report
[Reuters]
Nuclear talks not possible if Pyongyang linked to sinking of S. Korean ship
[Yonhap]

U.S. to Pursue Effort on China Currency, Levin Says
[BusinessWeek]
Army deploys against Thailand’s ‘red shirt’ protesters
[CSM]

Central/South Asia
Ousted Kyrgyz leader Kurmanbek Bakiyev ‘in Belarus’
[BBC]

Kyrgyz interim leaders struggle to quell unrest
[Reuters]
Afghan deputy mayor slain as he prays in mosque
[AP]

Pakistan: President Gives Up Expanded Powers
[NYT]

Middle East
High-ranking al-Qaida in Iraq leader killed
[AP]
US summons Syrian envoy over Hezbollah
[BBC]

Turkey offers to act as Iran intermediary
[AFP]
Azerbaijan puts off joint military drills with US
[AP]

Africa
East Sudan parties concede defeat, cry fraud
[Reuters]
MPs in Djibouti scrap term limits
[BBC]
Somali pirates seize 3 Thai ships with 77 crew
[AP]

Europe
New volcanic ash cloud threatens to close British airspace again
[Guardian]
UK regulator launches Goldman probe
[FT]

Americas
Cuba’s Catholic cardinal says country in crisis
[AP]
Chavez hosts Latin American allies for summit
[AP]

Domestic
Goldman Sachs taps ex-White House counsel
[Politico]
Obama Reverses Bush Sex-Discrimination Policy in School Sports
[Bloomberg]

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Daily International News 04.16.10

April 16, 2010

Daily International News
April 16, 2010

Southeast/East Asia
South Korea: External explosion sank ship
[CNN]

Tibetans mourn as China quake toll hits 791
[Reuters]
Quake hoax in N China under probe
[Xinhua]
Malaysia halts Iran petrol sales
[FT]

South/Central Asia
Kyrgyz president formally resigns after turmoil
[Reuters]
Kyrgyzstan extends US lease on Manas air base
[BBC]

Officials take weapons from ousted leader’s family
[AP]
Afghan suicide attack targets foreigners
[Telegraph]

Hospital blast kills 10 in SW Pakistan
[Reuters]
From 04.15 Report on Bhutto assassination rips Pakistani government, security agencies [FP]

Middle East
Iran holds own nuclear conference as new UN sanctions loom
[DW]

Iran bars reformist leader from Japan conference
[AP]
Yemen rebels fire on military plane, breaching truce
[Reuters]
‘Palestinian collaborators’ executed by Hamas
[BBC]

Africa
Sudan begins counting in polls marred by boycotts
[Reuters]
Zambia hit by worst cholera outbreak in years
[AP]

Europe
10 million watch UK’s 1st TV election debate
[AP]

Bishop Williamson convicted of Holocaust denial
[AP]

Americas
Gates calls for ratification of Colombia free trade agreement
[LAT]
Lawyer: Charges dropped against 9 missionaries
[AP]

Argentina to repay 2001 debt as Greece struggles to avoid default
[Guardian]

Domestic
Special Report: U.S. shifts gears to tackle homespun terrorism
[Reuters]
Obama extends hospital visitation rights to same-sex partners of gays
[WaPo]

From 04.15 C.I.A. Document Details Destruction of Tapes [NYT]
47 arrested in human smuggling raid
[Arizona Republic]

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Daily International News 04.09.10

April 9, 2010

Daily International News
April 9, 2010

East Asia
China may raise rates soon, revalue yuan by Oct
[Reuters]
N.Korea parliament meets, leader Kim skips session
[Reuters]

Israel/Palestine
Israeli PM calls off trip to nuclear conference
[AP]
Obama adviser says no US Mideast peace plan ready
[AP]

Iran
Iran to display new centrifuges for nuclear work
[Reuters]
World powers hold UN meeting on Iran nuclear sanctions
[BBC]
China says Iran sanctions talks in NY “constructive”
[Reuters]
Protest Leader Ends Silence, Defying Tehran With a Meeting
[NYT]

Central Asia
Kyrgyzstan interim leaders consider Russian PKOs
[FT]
Future of U.S. air base in turbulent Kyrgyzstan uncertain
[WaPo]

South/Southeast Asia
Asean leaders issue Burma election call
[BBC]
Thai protest TV back on air after confrontation
[Reuters]
Pakistan’s National Assembly votes to sharply curtail presidential power
[WaPo]
Sri Lanka’s ruling coalition wins elections
[AP]
Sri Lankan/Afghan Asylum Seekers Banned from Australia
[SMH via AAP]

Africa
U.S. may support brief delay in Sudan elections
[WaPo]
3 Plead Not Guilty to Corruption in Namibia
[NYT]
S.Africa says World Bank loan to secure power supply
[Reuters]

Europe
Vatican: Pope willing to meet sex abuse victims
[AP]

Americas
AP Exclusive: Sinaloa cartel wins Juarez turf war
[AP]
Cuba democracy trips can resume, U.S. says
[MH]

Domestic/UN
U.S. Justice Stevens to resign
[Reuters]
U.N. climate talks split over way forward in 2010
[Reuters]

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Daily International News 11.23.09

November 23, 2009

Daily International News
November 23, 2009

DPRK
N. Korea says naval skirmish demonstrates need for peace treaty with U.S.
[Yonhap]
North Korea urged the United States on Monday to replace their armistice agreement with a peace treaty, citing a recent skirmish between the two Koreas’ navies as “proof” that such a treaty is necessary for peace on the peninsula

China and North Korea defence ministers pledge ties [BBC]
Chinese and North Korean defence chiefs have pledged to strengthen their long-standing military alliance

China/Taiwan
Taiwan concedes territorial waters near China
[Reuters]
Taiwan retains control over the tiny island chains of Kinmen and Matsu but does not claim the ocean around them, the Taiwan government said in a notice stating its position for the first time

China families protest mine disaster; toll hits 104 [Reuters]
Relatives of miners killed by a gas blast at a coal pit in northeast China scuffled with police and demanded answers

China activist who spoke out on quake gets 3 years [AP]
A veteran dissident was sentenced Monday to three years in prison after casting a spotlight on poorly built schools that collapsed during China’s massive earthquake last year

Philippines
Philippine kidnappers kill 21 in ‘political massacre’
[AFP]
Supporters of a prominent local politician in Maguindanao province and local journalists were among those murdered

Central/South Asia
Afghan security plans ‘a tall order’
[AFP]
Afghan government plans to boost army and police numbers massively have been greeted with scepticism by diplomats and military experts who say the figures are too ambitious

India tests nuclear-capable missile after sunset [Reuters]
India’s army tested a nuclear-capable Agni missile after sunset on Monday for the first time to demonstrate it could be fired whenever required

Middle East
Israel, Hamas near swap of prisoners for soldier
[AP]
Israel and Hamas are close to a deal to swap 1,000 Palestinian prisoners for an Israeli soldier held for more than three years

Iraq parliament passes new vote law [Reuters]
Iraq’s fractious parliament on Monday approved an amended version of a law needed to hold a general election next year

Iran stages war games, sits on West’s nuclear offer [WP]
Military issues warning to Israel, tries to show defensive capacity

Europe
Germany attacks Israel settlement plan before visit
[Reuters]
Germany on Monday criticized Israeli plans to expand settlements in the occupied West Bank, in unusually explicit terms a week before the two countries’ leaders meet in Berlin

From Sunday>> N.Ireland on edge after huge car bomb found [AFP]
Northern Ireland
was on edge Monday after a huge car bomb only just failed to cause devastation

Russia says new blast at arms depot kills 8 [Reuters]
Eight soldiers were killed and two injured Monday when munitions exploded at a Russian navy arms depot

Africa

Sudan announces slight delay to upcoming elections [Sudan Tribune]
The Sudanese NEC announced a six day delay to the elections in order to allow more time for voters to register

From Sunday>>Algeria acquits two former Guantanamo Bay detainees [BBC]
Two Algerian men held at Guantanamo Bay for seven years on terror charges have been acquitted at a trial on being returned home

Americas
Brazil: World should engage, not isolate Iran
[AP]

Engaging, not isolating Iran is the way to push for peace and stability in the Middle East, said Brazilian President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva