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Daily International News 04.27.10

April 27, 2010

Daily International News
April 27, 2010

East/Southeast Asia
Burma leaders ‘shed uniforms for polls’
Australia shelves key emissions trading scheme
South Korean Growth Accelerates, Government Warns on Won Gains
Okada stresses U.S. Marines’ role for Japan’s defense

Central Asia
U.N. shuts mission in Afghanistan’s Kandahar
Karzai’s brother says UN should not leave south
Kyrgyz interim government charges Bakiyev over massacre
Private zoo discovered at Kyrgyz ex-leader’s home

Middle East
Iraqi panel voids candidacies of 52 substitutes in March vote
Israeli forces demolish settlers’ ‘Obama’s Shack’
Iran FM hopeful for nuke fuel deal, no sanctions

Bashir Wins Election as Sudan Edges Toward Split
War crimes court rejects new bid to try Darfur rebel chief

Ukraine parliament hit by brawl, eggs, smoke bombs
Belgian PM’s resignation accepted
General election 2010 live blog
[Guardian UK]
Electioneering row as Boris Johnson opens East London Line at ceremony
[Times UK]

Mexican officials condemn Arizona’s tough new immigration law
Arizona immigration law puts police in ‘impossible situation’
[CSM] [Economist]
The hub nation: Immigration places America at the centre of a web of global networks. So why not make it easier?
Venezuela’s Chavez rebuffs Pentagon report