Posts Tagged ‘TSA’

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Daily International News 02.02.11

February 2, 2011

Daily International News
February 2, 2011

Egypt Uprising
Volatile scene unfolds in Cairo as opposing sides clash
[CNN]
Mubarak concessions ‘insufficient’
[Al Jazeera]
Obama Turns to a Former Diplomat to Deliver Bad News to Mubarak
[Bloomberg]
Al-Jazeera says broadcasting disrupted
[AFP]
China restricts reports on Egypt protests
[AP]

How the 2012ers are handling Egypt
[POLITICO]
Friedman Op-ed: B.E., Before Egypt. A.E., After Egypt
[NYT]

Northeast Asia
Koreas agree to hold military talks
[CNN]
China Praises Departing U.S. Ambassador
[Chosun]
Chinese get ready to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit
[BBC]
China Is Poised to Raise Rates Again, Bankers Say
[NYT]
Japan ex-PM blames bureaucrats for US base woes
[AP]

Japan’s sumo hit by match-fixing claims‎
[BBC]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Philippine floods toll hits 75, damage at $45 million
[Reuters]
Indonesian cleric charged with plotting terrorism
[AP]
Powerful cyclone strikes Australia’s northeast
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Tibetan Buddhists in India rally behind leader
[AP]
Govt has no intention of amending blasphemy law, says Gilani
[APP via Dawn]
India’s Former Telecom Minister Arrested
[WSJ]

Middle East
Yemen’s Leader Pledges Not to Seek Re-election
[NYT]
King of Jordan Dismisses His Cabinet
[NYT]

Report Says Secret Jails, Run by Iraq, Stay Open
[NYT]
Grave robber chase reveals ancient Holy Land church
[Reuters]

Africa
Foiled attack targeted Mauritania president: Al-Qaeda
[AFP]
Sudan: Demonstrators detained in Khartoum
[BBC]
Strongman wins Central African Republic election
[AP]
Nigeria Muslim sect claims candidate assassination
[AP]

Europe
WikiLeaks among nominees for Nobel Peace Prize
[Reuters]

Greek police destroy letter bomb in Athens
[AP]
French minister under attack over Tunisian trip
[Reuters]
Airline worker accused of plotting with radical cleric goes on trial
[CNN]
Russia warns Ireland over diplomat’s expulsion
[AP]
Official: 4 Russian police killed in the Caucasus
[AP]

Americas
14 die in 48 hours in Juarez
[CNN]
Haiti’s ex-leader Duvalier: Frozen Swiss funds not mine
[BBC]
Brazil looks at adding ‘happiness’ to constitution
[AP]

Domestic
Bloomberg challenges Obama on gun control
[WaPo]
Mental health specialist recommended WikiLeaks suspect not be deployed to Iraq
[WaPo]
Bachmann’s Diva Moment Mutes Boehner’s Gavel: Margaret Carlson
[Bloomberg]
TSA debuts less-revealing software for airport scanners
[WaPo]
Midwest buckles under storm, calls it a snow day
[AP]
City Council expected to ban smoking in NYC parks
[AP]
Punxsutawney Phil predicts an early spring
[AP]

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Daily International News 11.22.10

November 22, 2010

Daily International News
November 22, 2010

NATO Lisbon Summit
NATO adopts transition plan for Afghan war
[WaPo]
Obama, Medvedev meet on sidelines of NATO summit
[CNN]

Northeast Asia
Koreas
Op-ed: Review U.S. policy toward North Korea
[WaPo]
South Korea Digests News of North’s Nuclear Site
[NYT]
U.S. open to North Korea talks despite nuclear advances
[Reuters]
Possible new sanctions for uranium
[JoongAng]
S. Korea might consider reintroducing U.S. tactical nuclear arms
[Xinhua]
US teen protests in Beijing for NKorea peace park
[AP]
North Korea Nuclear Déjà Vu
[Time]
North Korea: Are alarm bells ringing?
[BBC]

Japan
Japan justice minister quits over jokes about job
[AP]

China
Op-ed: Honoring Liu Xiaobo
[NYT]
China rescues 29 miners trapped in a flash flood
[Telegraph]

Southeast Asia
Myanmar democracy leader Suu Kyi’s son given visa
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Obama Rejects Push From Karzai to Reduce Raids in Afghan War
[WSJ]
Afghan poll candidates disqualified
[Al Jazeera] and Caught on Tape, a Snippet of Afghan Voting Fraud [NYT]

Middle East
Palestinian Leader Insists on Halt to Settlements
[NYT]
Israeli bill could threaten future peace deals
[AP]
Israel begins work on Egypt border fence
[AP]
Evidence links Hezbollah to Hariri death
[WaPo]
Magazine details al Qaeda cargo plane plots
[CNN]
Saudi king heads to US for medical tests
[AP]
Iran announces massive oil discovery
[Tehran Times]

Africa
Sudan’s NCP threatens to reject referendum result
[Reuters]
Congo ex-VP Bemba on trial in Hague for war crimes
[Reuters]
23 people killed in Somalia weekend fighting
[AP]
28 al-Qaida linked members surrender in Mauritania
[AP]

Europe
U.S. allies in Europe concerned about a possible failure of New START
[WaPo]
Gates says START a centerpiece of ties with Russia
[Reuters]
Pope says male prostitutes using condoms justifiable to halt spread of HIV
[WaPo]
Irish to shrink, merge banks as part of bailout
[AP]

Americas
Mired in Crises, Haiti Struggles to Focus on Election
[NYT]
Gunmen kill ex-governor in western Mexico state
[AP]

Domestic
‘Don’t ask, don’t tell’ study to be released day earlier than planned
[WaPo]
Obama’s 2012 re-election prospects uncertain – poll
[Reuters]
Op-ed: Obama’s foreign policy needs an update
[WaPo]
Republicans’ 2012 dark horse still has no name
[WaPo]
Carbon emissions set to be highest in history
[Independent]
Forecasters See U.S. Economy Still Sluggish in 2011
[WSJ]
Record U.S. Exports Reflect Midwest Boom With 3.7% Unemployment
[Bloomberg]
Enhanced pat-downs necessary for now, TSA chief says
[CNN]

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Daily International News 11.19.10

November 19, 2010

Daily International News
November 19, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
Satellite images support North Korea reactor claim
[Reuters]
U.N. General Assembly committee adopts resolution on N. Korea’s human rights violations
[Yonhap]
South Korea dumps Sunshine Policy with North, opts to go solo
[IBT]
Korea wants ‘limited’ talks on U.S. FTA changes
[Joongang]
China
Liu Xiaobo’s Nobel peace prize may not be given out at December ceremony
[Guardian]
Former China nuclear head jailed for life over bribes
[BBC]
Hong Kong diagnoses first human bird flu case in 7 years
[CNN]
China policy tightening weighs on world markets
[AP]
Bernanke raps China on surplus
[FT]
Japan
Japan faces tough decision on easing weapon export ban
[Mainichi]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Burma Aids clinic eviction after Suu Kyi visit
[BBC]
Protesters sew lips shut at Australia asylum camp
[BBC]
Thai “red shirts” return to Bangkok’s streets
[Reuters]
Thailand police find 2,000 foetuses in temple
[BBC]
Explosion shakes New Zealand coal mine; 27 missing [AP]

South/Central Asia
NATO to turn Afghan security control over by 2014
[AP]
U.S. deploying heavily armored battle tanks for first time in Afghan war
[WaPo]
Tajik-Afghan US supply route security challenge
[BBC]
Turkmenistan pledges gas for EU’s Nabucco pipeline
[BBC]

Middle East
Worm Was Perfect for Sabotaging Centrifuges
[NYT]
Body of Indonesian maid found in Saudi dumpster
[AP]

Africa
Nigerian militants threaten new raids to seize more hostages
[CNN]
Calm returns to Guinea after days of unrest
[CNN]
Coup Attempt Seems to Founder in Madagascar
[NYT]
Congolese warlord on trial in The Hague
[Reuters]

Europe
Obama Arrives for NATO Meeting
[NYT]
IMF/EU teams continuing talks with Government
[Irish Times]
Germany says Namibia package was security test dummy
[BBC]
Parties in Cyrpus dispute agree more UN talks
[FT]

Americas
Costa Rica takes Nicaragua dispute to world court
[AP]
Fidel Castro appears to support Cuban economic reforms
[Miami Herald]
Lawmakers block Mexico’s crucial drug war reforms
[Reuters]
Violent cholera protests spread to Haiti’s capital
[AP]

Domestic
Ghailani Verdict Reignites Debate Over the Proper Court for Terrorism Trials
[NYT]
American Foreign Policy After the Mid-Term Elections
[Project Syndicate]
Foreign-policy setbacks deepen Obama’s election wounds
[WaPo]
Reid, Pelosi Plan Votes on Extending Bush-Era Income Tax Cuts
[Bloomberg]
Senate Dems claim enough votes to repeal ‘Don’t ask’ policy
[The Hill]
U.S. Screening All Airline Cargo Not Feasible, Napolitano Says
[Bloomberg]
Palin’s Marketing Push Flourishes Amid Presidential Flirtation
[Bloomberg]
Senate confirms Jack Lew as OMB director
[WaPo]