Posts Tagged ‘swine flu’

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Daily International News 08.10.10

August 10, 2010

Daily International News
August 10, 2010

International
WHO says swine flu pandemic is over
[AP]

East Asia
N. Korea goes YouTube-savvy in its propaganda offensive
[Yonhap]
Teenage U.S. environmentalist to visit N. Korea on bold peace mission
[Yonhap]

DPRK proposes joint inspection group with U.S. on warship sinking
[Xinhua]
Google offices raided by Korean police
[BBC]
Japan apologises to South Korea for imperialist past
[BBC]
US engineer sold military secrets to China
[BBC]

China landslide: More than 700 people confirmed dead
[BBC]
China’s Trade Surplus Climbs to $28.7 Billion
[NYT]
US and Vietnam stage joint naval activities
[BBC]

Central/South Asia
Karzai to dissolve all private security firms
[AFP]
Rising Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan, U.N. Reports
[NYT]

Pakistan’s president returns amid flood fury
[AP]
Six million flood victims need aid to survive: UN
[Dawn]

Middle East
New poll: angry at US, Arabs support an Iran nuclear bomb
[CSM]
Lebanon criticizes US for suspending military aid
[AP]

Saudi gives Blackberry reprieve
[BBC]
Morocco to close 1,250 ‘unsafe’ mosques
[BBC]
Nasrallah unveils ‘Hariri proof’
[Al Jazeera]
‘I take full responsibility,’ Barak tells Gaza flotilla probe
[Haaretz]

Africa
Rwandan president wins re-election despite critics
[AP]
North, south Sudan leaders meet on referendum
[AFP]
South African workers march in wage strike
[BBC]

Europe
Climate change ‘partly to blame’ for sweltering Moscow
[BBC]
N. Ireland police worker targeted in car bomb bid
[AFP]
UK trade deficit narrows in June
[FT]

Americas
Former Mexican president: Legalize drugs
[LAT]

Canadian’s ‘confessions’ allowed at Guantanamo trial
[BBC] and U.N. says Omar Khadr’s trial sets bad precedent [Reuters]
Top EADS official, ex-U.S. Sen. Stevens in plane crash
[Reuters]
Web Plan From Google and Verizon Is Criticized
[NYT]

Down to the Wire: Six Primary Races to Watch
[Time]
Stocks Fall on Productivity Drop, China Data
[WSJ]

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Daily International News 06.18.10

June 18, 2010

Daily International News
June 18, 2010

Korea(s)
U.S. envoy calls for strong message to North Korea on ship
[Reuters]
N. Korean footballers suspected missing accounted for: FIFA official
[Yonhap]
SKorea’s new army chief vows to beef up readiness
[AP]
S.Korea, India agree to launch nuclear energy talks
[AFP]
South Korea military alert over children’s balloons
[BBC]

Japan/China/TW
Future of commercial whaling ban rests with Japan
[AP]
Taiwan court extends detention for ex-leader
[Xinhua]
China says yuan exchange rate not up for discussion at G-20
[MarketWatch]
Study Criticizes Swine-Flu Follow-Up
[NYT]
NZ lawmaker claims Chinese security attacked him
[AP]

SE/Central Asia
Flooding, landslides kill nearly 60 in Myanmar
[AP]
Sri Lanka president condemns critics in victory pageant
[BBC]
U.S. envoy urges probe into Kyrgyz killings
[Reuters]
Interim leader: Up to 2,000 dead in Kyrgyz clashes
[AP]
Refugees Begin Returning to Kyrgyzstan
[NYT]

Middle East
Iran calls U.N. sanctions “illegal and invalid”
[Reuters]
U.S., Europe target Iran investment, trade
[WaPo]
Turkey: May air raid killed 100 Kurdish rebels
[AP]
Hamas, PA demand complete halt to closure
[JPost]
Sunni fighter’s killing is latest in attacks on former al-Qaeda insurgents
[WaPo]
Iraqi interpreter for U.S. shot dead by son and nephew [Reuters]

Africa
Ethiopia supreme court rejects election appeal
[AFP]
Somali pirates get 5 years in prison
[CNN]
Court Grants Bail and Frees American Lawyer in Rwanda
[NYT]
UN: Zimbabweans top asylum seekers worldwide
[AP]
S.Africa union delays power strike threat
[Reuters]

Europe
President Sarkozy: Britain helped save our honour
[Times UK]
IMF says Spain taking right steps towards stability
[BBC]
EU leaders back Estonia’s bid to adopt euro
[BusinessWeek]
Finnish PM quits, makes way for party’s new leader
[AP]

Domestic
U.S. may strip-search Guantanamo suspect – judge
[Reuters]
Secretary Clinton says DOJ will Challenge Arizona Immigration Law
[ABC]
Democrats lack consensus on climate bill
[Politico]
Loopholes Grow in Bill to Offset Ruling on Campaigns
[NYT]
BP’s U.S. Future Teeters After CEO, Lawmakers Clash
[Bloomberg]
Texas Congressman’s Apology to BP Is Denounced by His Own Party
[Bloomberg]
Pew: Muslims, Americans down on Obama’s foreign policy
[FP]
Utah firing squad executes convicted killer
[Reuters]
For the Lakers, victory has never been harder — or sweeter
[LAT]

Americas
Vigil for dozens trapped in Colombian coal mine
[AP]
Brazil suspends retaliation in U.S. cotton row
[Reuters]