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Daily International News 07.08.11

July 8, 2011

Daily International News
July 8, 2011

Northeast Asia
Japan
Japan Prime Minister Naoto Kan sorry for nuclear mix-up
[BBC]
Japan’s nuclear industry credibility crumbles amid email scandal
[Reuters]
Koreas
North Koreans pay respects to late President Kim
[AP]
Parties agree to pursue single inter-Korean team for Olympics
[Korea Times]
NKorean Bootlegging: For the Love of Money
[FP]
China
China, Philippines agree not to let maritime disputes affect relations
[Xinhua]
China state media dismiss reports of Jiang’s death
[AP]
Xinjiang Riots Anniversary: Continued Suppression of Uighurs
[NTDTV]
Outspoken China author leaves homeland for Germany
[AP]
China orders offshore oil risks review after spill
[AP]
Nepalese bureaucrat fights for Tibetans’ rights
[The National]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Malaysia rally: Kuala Lumpur ‘to be locked down’
[BBC]
Bigger crowd greets vacationing Suu Kyi in Myanmar
[AP]
Thai PM-in-waiting denies plan to visit Thaksin to discuss lineup
[Xinhua]

South/Central Asia
Karachi violence, over 90 dead: Live updates
[Pakistan Tribune]
Pakistan slams US admiral’s allegation that it sanctioned journalist’s killing
[WaPo]
AP Interview: Al-Qaida still haunts terror chief
[AP]

Middle East
Syria condemns US ambassador’s visit to Hama
[Al Jazeera]
U.S., French envoys in Syria’s Hama for protests
[Reuters]
Syrians take to the streets as regime lashes at US
[AP]
Saleh appears on Yemen TV, bandaged and burnt
[The National]
Mullen accuses Iran of arming anti-U.S. forces in Iraq
[McClatchy]
Israel must apologise to normalise ties – Turk PM
[Reuters]
200 activists blocked from Israel flights: police
[Reuters]

Africa
Egyptians protest, demand justice after Mubarak
[AP]
Libyan rebels set for renewed push to Tripoli
[Reuters]
Senior Rebel Is Doubtful Qaddafi Can Be Routed
[NYT]
South Sudan counts down to independence
[BBC]
7,000 UN troops and 900 police for South Sudan
[AP]
Many ‘dying en route’ while fleeing Somalia drought
[AFP]

Europe
Ex-Cameron aide arrested in UK hacking scandal
[AP]
Strauss-Kahn faces investigation into writer’s attempted rape claims
[Guardian]
Berlusconi says he will not seek new term
[Reuters]
APNewsBreak: Visa again blocks funds for WikiLeaks
[AP]
Norway police seek to charge 3 over bomb plot – report
[Reuters]
Bosnians march in memory of Srebrenica massacre
[AP]
Georgia, Looking for Spies, Arrests Photographers
[NYT]

Americas
Honduras Truth Commission rules Zelaya removal was coup
[BBC]
US and Mexico end cross-border trucking dispute
[BBC]
Argentine economy, “a frying pan with boiling oil” says IMF top official
[MercoPress]

Domestic
Karmapa lama to travel to Washington DC
[Telegraph]
House presses ahead to complete $649B defense bill
[AP]
Unemployment rose to 9.2 percent as hiring stalls
[AP]
On gay marriage, President Obama must say ‘I do’
[POLITICO]
Father Discussed Adoption for Obama, Records Show
[NYT]
Talk of U.S. Social Security Cuts Meets Bipartisan Opposition in Congress
[Bloomberg]
Debt talks turn to tax reform
[POLITICO]
Obama Summons Lawmakers for ‘Hard Bargaining’
[Bloomberg]
Texas executes Mexican despite White House plea
[AP]
Failure in Iowa Straw Poll May Doom Pawlenty’s 2012 Presidential Effort
[Bloomberg]
Shuttle Atlantis launch forecast remains gloomy
[BBC]
Suspect in U.S. shootings commits suicide
[Reuters]

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Daily International News 07.13.10

July 13, 2010

Daily International News
July 13, 2010

Koreas
N.Korea postpones talks with UN Command on warship
[AFP]
ANALYSIS – N.Korea’s call for talks hardly welcome by South, US
[Reuters]
S Korea, U.S. to hold security talks on July 21
[Xinhua]
S.Korea says location of war games undecided
[AFP] and U.S. Ships Could Move to East Sea for Joint Drill [Chosun Ilbo]
S.Korea deploys sentry robot along N.Korea border
[AFP]

Asia-Pacific [non-Korea related]
Japan government signals tax reform
[Reuters]
China urges India to honor Tibet-related commitment
[Xinhua]
China promises tougher action on toxic dairy
[AP]
China seeks to reduce Internet users’ anonymity
[AP]
Chinese Factories Now Compete to Woo Laborers
[NYT]
Fiji’s expulsion of Australia envoy “of grave concern”
[BBC]

AfPak
NATO chief says pullout plans put troops at risk
[Reuters]
Afghan soldier attacks, kills 3 British troops
[AP]
Pakistan orders ‘crackdown’ on militants: police
[AFP]

Middle East
Pakistan Says Iran Scientist in U.S. Fled to Its Embassy
[NYT]
Strikes on Iran becoming more likely
[Wash Times]
Oil smuggling to Iran embarrassment for Iraq
[AP] and Iran’s threat in Iraq on the rise, says US general [AP]
Israeli bulldozers raze 4 east Jerusalem buildings
[AP]
Israel orders Gaza-bound aid ship to Egypt
[AP]

Africa
‘Suicide vest’ found after Uganda World Cup blasts
[BBC]
Deadly Uganda bombings could indicate new roles for al-Qaeda affiliates
[WaPo]
UN: HIV among young people going down in Africa
[AP]

Europe
French lawmakers to approve full veil ban
[AFP]
300 arrested in major anti-crime sweep in Italy
[AP]
French Labor Minister Quits Party Post
[NYT]
82 police injured in Belfast’s 2 nights of riots
[AP]

Domestic
U.S. Detains 12th Person in Russian Spy Probe
[WSJ]
BP Is Set to Test if New Cap Stops Oil
[NYT]
Offshore Drillers See Little Gain in Amended U.S. Ban
[Bloomberg]
U.S. Regulatory Bill Nears Passage as 3 Republicans Add Support
[Bloomberg]
US vows continued pursuit of Roman Polanski
[AP]
US rule could keep Iroquois from lacrosse tourney
[AP]

Americas
Both Frail and Feisty, Fidel Castro Goes on TV
[NYT]
7 Cuban political prisoners arrive in Spain
[AP]
Haiti: Summer storm floods ‘safe’ refugee camp
[AP]