Posts Tagged ‘tim pawlenty’

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Daily International News 07.11.11

July 11, 2011

Daily International News
July 11, 2011

Northeast Asia
Japan
Support for Japan government sinks to lowest since 2009 – report
[Reuters]
Japan clarifies nuclear ‘stress testing’
[BBC]
Koreas
Red Cross officials of two Koreas hold informal talks
[Yonhap]
Koreas to meet this week to discuss fate of South Korean assets
[Yonhap]
Reuters Expands Its Relationship With Official North Korean News Agency KCNA
[WSJ]
Days of rainfall leave 9 dead in South Korea
[AP]
China
Chinese president stresses reinforcement of China-DPRK relations
[Xinhua]
Chinese general emphasizes respect, trust in relationship with US military
[Xinhua]
US-China spat over South China Sea military exercises
[BBC]
Manila to China on spats: We’ll go to UN tribunal
[AP]
China publishes white paper to mark 60th anniversary of Tibet’s peaceful liberation
[Xinhua]
Moon, Mars, Venus: China aims high in space
[AP]
China Boosts Lead in Global Exports
[WSJ]
Nestle to buy stake in Chinese sweets maker for $1.7bn
[BBC]
21 workers trapped in flooded Chinese mine
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Malaysian authorities crack down on protesters
[CNN]
Australian PM institutes new carbon tax
[SMH]
At least 10 injured in explosions in southern Thailand
[Kyodo]
Cambodia launches securities exchange
[Kyodo]

South/Central Asia
US suspends $800m in Pakistan military aid
[Al Jazeera]
Six killed in blast in Battagram, Pakistan
[Dawn]
Pakistan casualties risen since bin Laden death – ICRC
[Reuters]
Taliban aim to sabotage Afghan transition – UK military
[Reuters]
Afghanistan’s second-biggest bank denies facing collapse
[Reuters]
2nd train derails in India, at least 50 injured
[Kyodo]

Middle East
Panetta blames Iran for rise in Iraq violence
[Al Jazeera]
Syrian forces raid Homs, Hama, Assad starts dialogue
[Reuters]
Protesters in Syria attack US embassy
[AP]
U.S. tells Yemen leader to get out
[POLITICO]
Envoy Meets With Leader of Yemen on Accord
[NYT]

Africa
Egypt mobilizes troops after protesters threaten Suez Canal
[McClatchy]
Gaddafi regime ‘in talks with France’
[Al Jazeera] and France impatient on Libya but denies Gaddafi talks [Reuters]
Sudan’s Bashir warns about disputed Abyei region: report
[Reuters]
World leaders salute Africa’s newest state: South Sudan
[Daily Nation]
Uganda charges rebel commander in war crimes trial
[AFP]
Senegal calls off Habre extradition to Chad
[Al Jazeera]
Africa drought ‘humanitarian disaster’
[BBC]

Europe
EU Holds Crisis Meeting as Concern Grows Over Italy
[Der Spiegel]
Cypriot defense min resigns after blast kills 12
[AP]
Russia says 128 may be dead in Volga river accident
[Reuters]
Bosnians mark Srebrenica anniversary
[Al Jazeera]
Strauss-Kahn’s French accuser heard by police
[AP]
BSkyB takeover: Jeremy Hunt seeking new advice
[BBC]

Domestic/Americas
At Least 40 Killed in Mexico in 24 Hours
[WSJ]
Deficit Negotiators Hit Reset
[WSJ]
House GOP balks at defense cuts
[POLITICO]
Tim Pawlenty keeps up Michele Bachmann bashing
[POLITICO]

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Daily International News 05.23.11

May 23, 2011

Daily International News
May 23, 2011

Northeast Asia
China
China, Philippine defense chiefs discuss Spratlys
[AP]
Tibet marks 60th anniversary of peaceful liberation
[Xinhua]
China, U.S. military ties to increase transparency in Asia Pacific
[Ria Novosti]
Koreas
China confirms North Korean leader Kim Jong-il visit
[BBC]
King and USAID to Head for Pyongyang Tomorrow
[Daily NK]
Potential Kim-Jiang Zemin meeting to focus on N. Korea’s succession
[Yonhap]
S. Korea, U.S. launch joint air defense exercise
[Kyodo]
SKorean court begins trial for 5 Somali pirates
[AP]
Seoul tightens rules on cash flow to North Korea
[Korea Herald]
Korean Diplomat Named Secretary-General of New Pan-Asian Body
[Chosun]
US to help South Korea in Agent Orange inquiry
[BBC]
Elite South Korean University Rattled by Suicides
[NYT]
Japan
Sony Expects Deep Net Loss For Last FY On $4.4 Billion Writeoff
[WSJ]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Australian PM has no plans to meet Dalai Lama
[AP]
UN envoy: Myanmar does little to stop rights abuse
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Pakistan retakes naval base after just six militants lay siege
[Reuters]
Pakistan ISI in spotlight over Mumbai raid
[FT]
Taliban: Mullah Omar alive and in Afghanistan
[AP]
Roadside bomb kills 4 NATO soldiers in Afghan east
[Reuters]

Middle East
Gunbattles in Yemen after power transfer stalls
[AP]
Obama tells Israel to revive peace talks
[FT]
Obama’s ‘Jewish state’ reference jars Palestinians
[AP]
Israel approves new West Bank settlement construction: report
[Xinhua]
EU imposes sanctions on Syria’s Assad in bid to halt violence against protesters
[Haaretz]
EU tightens sanctions on Iran over nuke program
[AP]
Ahmadinejad Not to Attend OPEC Meeting: Report
[Reuters]
Kirkuk car bomb strikes police convoy
[Al Jazeera]
Saudi authorities re-arrest woman for driving
[AP]

Africa
North Sudan defies U.N., vows to stay in Abyei
[Reuters]
Daily life begins to return to Libya’s Misrata
[AP]
NATO to deploy helicopters in Libya – French source
[Reuters]
Libya: Catherine Ashton opens EU office in Benghazi
[BBC]
Niger: Aid response to crisis in south
[Guardian]

Europe
EU: Volcanic cloud affect British, Irish airspace
[AP]
Obama Arrives in Ireland for Six-Day Trip to Europe
[NYT] and Obama arrives in Europe in search of a firmer strategic alliance [Deutsche Welle]
Spain: Socialists suffer heavy election losses
[BBC]
Georgia: Anti-Saakashvili protesters vow to continue
[BBC]
Merkel: nuclear debate behind bad election showing
[AP]
Dutch court pushes ahead with hate speech trial
[AP]

Americas
Chile exhumes ex-President Salvador Allende’s remains
[BBC]
Amnesty: Jamaica must probe human rights abuses
[AP]

Domestic
Tornado kills at least 89, leaves ‘total devastation’ in Missouri town
[LAT]
Hundreds knew of bin Laden raid
[POLITICO] and Spy, Military Ties Aided bin Laden Raid [WSJ]
5 Muslim immigrants appeal NJ terror convictions
[AP]
Biden tells donors: Keep me in mind for 2016
[POLITICO]
Tim Pawlenty’s moment
[POLITICO]
Republicans ignored warnings on Paul Ryan plan
[POLITICO]
Marco Rubio takes a hard line on immigration
[POLITICO]
Steele signs up with MSNBC
[POLITICO]
Arnold Schwarzenegger-White House ties terminated
[POLITICO]