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Daily International News 08.12.10

August 12, 2010
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Daily International News
August 12, 2010

Northeast Asia
China
China’s army condemns South Korean-US sea drills
[AP]
Xinhua, China Mobile to establish internet search engine joint venture
[Xinhua]
China admits only foreigners hit by anti-trust law
[AP]
Group: Tibetan businessman gets life in prison
[AP]
Hopes fade for landslide survivors
[Global Times]
Hidden trillions widen China’s wealth gap – report
[Reuters]
Korea
Korean President to grant special pardons
[JAIB]
A day after Japan’s apology, ambassador looks to bright future
[JAIB]
Japan
Japan Hints at Yen Intervention
[WSJ]
Missing centenarians cause angst in aging Japan
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Pakistan
New Flood Warnings Raise Fears in Pakistan
[NYT]
President Zardari makes first visit to flood zone
[Dawn]
Holbrooke: Pakistan Aid Inadequate
[CFR]
Afghanistan
Aid group: Fighters not thieves killed 10 workers
[AP]
Unrest Is Undermining Hopes for Afghan Vote
[NYT]
India
India sets Aug. 31 deadline for BlackBerry info
[AP]
India rejects UK scientists’ ‘superbug’ claim
[BBC]
India approves caste-based census
[BBC]
Kazakhstan
Two dead in Kazakh prison riot
[BBC]

Middle East
Israel/PA
Israel said to reject Palestinian formula for talks
[Reuters]
Resistance on Gaza flotilla more than expected, Israeli military chief says
[WaPo]
Iran/Iraq
Iran TV airs ‘confession’ from woman facing stoning
[BBC]
Iraq army ‘not ready’ until 2020
[Al Jazeera]
White House: US on track to end Iraq combat role
[AP]
Murr slams ‘conditional’ US military aid
[Daily Star]
Kuwait
US to sell Kuwait Patriot anti-ballistic missile system
[BBC]

Africa
South Sudan independence vote ‘risks being derailed’
[AFP]
Moroccan police ‘break up 18-strong militant cell’
[BBC]
Uganda LRA rebels ‘on massive forced recruitment drive’
[BBC] Original Report: CAR/DR Congo: LRA Conducts Massive Abduction Campaign [HRW]
Grenade Strikes Rwanda’s Capital Two Days After Election
[NYT]

Europe
Greek economy shrinks, jobless rate jumps
[Telegraph]
French police dismantle some 40 Gypsy camps
[AP]
Deadly fires rage on in Portugal
[BBC]
UK
Sinn Fein: British, Irish talk with IRA dissidents
[AP]
BAA airport staff vote for strike action
[BBC]
British officers face charges over an attack on Babar Ahmad
[BBC]
Beckham no longer wanted by national team coach
[AP]

Americas
Brazil signs on to UN sanctions against Iran
[AFP]
Car bomb explodes in Colombian capital
[Reuters]
Guantanamo jury recommends 14 years for Al Qaeda cook
[LAT]
Suriname under scrutiny as ex-dictator returns
[AP]
Ecuador rocked by 6.9 quake, no major damage
[Reuters]

Domestic
Judge to rule on stay Thursday in Prop. 8 case
[AP]
Google-Verizon Pact May Herald Demise of Equal-Access Internet
[Bloomberg]
Senate hustles through $600M border bill
[WashTimes]
Despite Scandal, Rangel Draws a Crowd
[NYT]
Palin Joins Armey as Republicans Aid Tea Party Hostile Takeover [Bloomberg]
Get well, Robert Gibbs!
[Salon]
Stocks plunge as U.S. trade deficit is wider than expected
[WaPo]
100,000 in D.C. area without power after storm
[WashTimes]

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Daily International News 08.11.10

August 11, 2010

Daily International News
August 11, 2010

Northeast Asia
North Korea to conduct rare border handover
[Reuters]
SKorea probing if NKorea deliberately sent mines
[AP]
S Korea urges DPRK to release its fishing boat
[Xinhua]
Fifa investigates North Korea World Cup abuse claims
[BBC]; Original Reporting: World Cup Team Shamed, Reprimanded [RFA]
How Does the U.S. Solve a Problem Like North Korea?
[TIME]
Downpours bring more worry for China landslide town
[Reuters]

Southeast Asia
Sri Lanka begins civil war hearings
[Al Jazeera]
Thai court rejects Thaksin assets appeal
[BBC]
Terrorism charges filed against Indonesian cleric
[AP]

Central/South Asia
Kyrgyzstan sets October 10 date for parliamentary vote
[Reuters]
Wikileaks asked to edit Afghan names from US files
[BBC]
UN calls for bigger aid response for Pakistan
[Euronews]
Parts of Sindh, Punjab on alert as fresh flood warning issued
[Dawn]

Middle East
No agreement on direct Israel-Palestinian talks
[AP]
Lebanon politician Karam charged with spying for Israel
[BBC]
Deadly blast hits Turkey oil pipeline
[BBC]
[Iraq/Iran]
State Dept. faces skyrocketing costs as it prepares to expand role in Iraq
[WaPo]
‘Booby trap’ kills Iraqi soldiers
[Al Jazeera]
Analysis: U.S. and Iraqi Interests May Work Against Pullout
[NYT]
Iran’s Revolutionary Guard ‘digging mass graves for US soldiers’
[Telegraph]
Has Tehran lost the weapon of fear?
[The National]

Africa
Hard-line Islam steps out of shadows in Algeria
[Reuters]
Rwanda’s Kagame wins election by landslide
[Reuters]
Zimbabwe auctions controversy-plagued diamonds
[AP]
Kenyan accused of harboring Uganda terror suspects
[AP]

Europe
Russian wildfires raise Chernobyl radiation fears
[AP]
Russia deploys S-300 missiles in Georgia’s Abkhazia
[Reuters]
Bodies found in search for victims of Bosnian massacre
[BBC]
Lawmakers Demand Lockerbie Medical Records
[WSJ]
Bank of England forecasts ‘choppy’ economic recovery
[BBC]
UK doctors: New superbug gene could spread widely
[AP]

Americas
Colombia, Venezuela restore diplomatic relations
[AP]
Colombia opens door for talks with FARC rebels
[WaPo]
Guatemala Court Orders Arrest of Politician Holed Up at Honduran Embassy
[LAHT]

Domestic
Incumbent Backed by Obama Wins Colorado Primary
[NYT]
Obama signs emergency bill to halt teacher layoffs
[AP]
For Mosque Sponsors, Early Missteps Fueled Storm
[NYT]
For many Muslims, start of Ramadan stirs up centuries-old debate between science and doctrine
[WaPo]
Fed Move on Debt Signals Concern About Economy
[NYT]
What’s Missing in the Internet Kill-Switch Debate
[TIME]