Posts Tagged ‘US marines’

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Daily International News 05.26.10

May 26, 2010

Daily International News
May 26, 2010

Cheonan-related
US demands world response over Korea warship sinking
[BBC]
Clinton: World must act on SKorean ship sinking
[AP]
NKorea threatens to ban cross-border traffic
[AP]
China weighing evidence in SKorea ship sinking
[AP]
Clinton offers China proof of ship attack
[FT]

N. Korea expels S. Korean officials from joint factory park
[Yonhap]
Op-ed: It’s risky, but this time North Korea must pay [Times of London]
Op-ed: Korean tensions: China’s responsibility [Guardian]
Bolton Op-ed [from 05.25]: Iran and North Korea March On [WSJ]

East Asia [non-Cheonan]
Gov’t planning not to specify U.S. base relocation site this week
[Kyodo]
S&ED: Summit Shows Superpowers’ Shifting Dynamic
[WSJ]
Taiwan iPhone-maker Foxconn opens doors after deaths
[BBC]
US senator to visit Myanmar [AP]

Middle East
Israel bombs Gaza in night raid wounding two seriously
[BBC]
Ahmadinejad urges Obama to accept nuke swap deal
[AP]

Iran and Russia clash in worst row for years
[Reuters]
Iraqi Airways to be closed following bankruptcy
[AP]

AfPak
Pakistan Taliban ‘attack eastern Afghan district’
[BBC]
Car bomb strikes outside Kandahar NATO base
[Reuters]

Red Cross defends first aid courses for Taliban
[AP]

Africa
Ethiopia opposition leaders call for new elections
[BBC]
Former dictator’s party ahead in Suriname election
[AP]
Mozambique ‘most wanted’ man killed by Maputo police
[BBC]

Europe/UK
UK gov’t reveals it has 225 nuclear warheads
[AP]
Bomb kills three in southern Russia – report
[Reuters]

Bishop: 100 cases in 10 yrs for Italy priest abuse
[AP]
Polish leader’s mother told of son’s tragic death
[AP]
Europe seeks new levy on banks to create crisis funds
[BBC]

Americas/Domestic
Obama Sends Guard To The Border
[LAT]

44 reported dead in Jamaica police-gang clashes
[AP]
Peru judge paroles New York woman who aided rebels
[AP]

BP nears decision on ‘top kill’ procedure
[CNN]
Panel Suggests Signs of Trouble Before Rig Explosion
[NYT]
Obama’s Meeting With Republican Senators Called ’Very Tense’
[Bloomberg]

Nikki Haley affair blogger has e-mails, texts
[Salon]
President Obama Picks Lakers Over Celtics in NBA Championship
[Bloomberg]

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Daily International News 05.07.10

May 7, 2010

Daily International News
May 7, 2010

Special: Kim Jong-Il in China
Top leaders of China, DPRK hold talks in Beijing
[Xinhua]
China’s embrace of North Korea’s Kim irks neighbours
[Reuters]
Kim: DPRK sticks to denuclearization
[Xinhua]
Q+A: What is next for North Korea nuclear diplomacy?
[Reuters]

East Asia
Island heads reject Hatoyama’s request to host U.S. base functions
[Kyodo]
Dalai Lama tells AP: Exiles must press China talks
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Australia burka armed robbery sparks ban debate
[BBC]
Malaysian sultan ‘held in hospital against his will’
[BBC]
Burma’s NLD democracy party dissolved
[BBC]

Central/South Asia
US urges Nepal Maoists to end strike
[AFP]
Indian soldiers clash with Kashmir rebels, 7 killed
[Reuters]
Briton Vugar Khalilov ‘denied treatment’ in Kyrgyzstan
[BBC]

Middle East
Iran’s foreign minister hosts UN envoys in New York
[BBC]
Israel won’t move on U.N. call for nuclear-free zone
[Reuters]
Iraq vote winner asserts right to form government
[AP]Europe

Europe
Election: Cameron makes offer to Lib Dems on government [BBC]
From 05.06 West Europeans target US nukes at treaty session [AP]
Russia declines to stop American adoptions
[AP]
German parliamentary vote backs Greece bail-out funding
[BBC]

Americas
From 05.06 Giant box close to being over oil-spewing well [AP]
From 05.06 US adds 3 Mexican states to travel-warning list [AP]
From 05.06 Haiti prez to extend term if election not held [AP]

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Daily International News 05.04.10

May 4, 2010

Daily International News
May 4, 2010

East Asia
Japan’s prime minister says some of Marine base will stay on Okinawa
[LAT]
Japan PM abandons plan to move US base off Okinawa [AFP]
Secrecy shrouds NKorean leader’s rare China visit
[AP]
N. Korea train for Kim leaves Dalian possibly for Beijing [Kyodo]
Thai protesters welcome PM’s offer, want details
[AP]

Central Asia
Kyrgyzstan orders ousted leader’s extradition
[Reuters]
From 05.03 U.S. to Send Trainers to Afghanistan as Stopgap [NYT]

Middle East
Netanyahu meets Mubarak ahead of new Mid-East talks
[BBC]
Israel mulls wider Palestinian control in West Bank
[Reuters]
Palestinian Authority bans work in settlements [Reuters]
Iraq arrests network suspected in embassy bombings
[AP]
Iran says plans new war games, photographed U.S. ship
[Reuters]

Africa
Uganda’s highest ice cap splits on Mt Margherita
[BBC]

Europe
Spain takes in another ex-prisoner from Guantanamo
[AP]
Ireland to reopen airspace after ash scare
[CNN]
Greece’s Costs Seen Exceeding EU-IMF Help
[WSJ]
Newspaper support in UK general elections since 1945
[Guardian]

Domestic
U.S. Citizen From Pakistan Due in Court on New York Bomb Plot
[Bloomberg]
U.S. Declares Size of Nuclear Arsenal
[WSJ]
D.C. set to vote on legalizing marijuana, already a widely used drug
[WaPo]
BP Gulf Oil Spill Reshaping Energy Debate in U.S. Congress
[Bloomberg]
Schwarzenegger ends support for offshore drilling [AP]
Seafood prices may rocket due to Louisiana oil slick; ten day fishing ban in [MercoPress]
Stars Shine at Met Gala
[NYT]

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Daily International News 04.28.10

April 28, 2010

Daily International News
April 28, 2010

Northeast Asia
Hatoyama to visit Okinawa on May 4 to discuss Futemma
[Kyodo]
China shows global leadership by lifting entry ban on HIV carriers: UNAIDS
[Xinhua]
US, Europe press China to drop tech security rule
[AP]
Man stabs 15 students, 1 teacher in south China
[AP]

Southeast/South Asia
Thai authorities, protesters clash; 1 soldier dies
[AP]
Indian diplomat accused of spying for Pakistan
[LAT]

Middle East
Israel’s Ayalon sees talks restart within two weeks
[Reuters]
No fines now for Palestinian settlement workers
[AP]
Former PM urges interim government in Iraq
[AP]

Africa
Unpaid Somali soldiers desert to insurgency
[AP]
Southern Sudan opposition leader contests poll result
[BBC]
Niger – UN warning over total crop failure
[BBC]

Europe
Conservatives, Labour Gain in Poll Showing Hung Parliament
[SFGate3]
In UK election gaffe, Brown calls voter ‘bigoted’
[AP]
Stocks slump as Greece debt downgraded to junk
[WaPo]
Austria probe links slaying to Chechen president
[AP]
Russia publishes Katyn massacre archives
[BBC]

Americas
Plea deal possible for Canadian at Guantanamo
[Reuters]
Holder: U.S. May Fight Arizona Immigration Law
[CBS]
Chile Catholic church hit by abuse claims, bomb
[AP]

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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’
[BBC]
Australia shelves key emissions trading scheme
[BBC]
South Korean Growth Accelerates, Government Warns on Won Gains
[Bloomberg]
Okada stresses U.S. Marines’ role for Japan’s defense
[Kyodo]

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

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

Africa
Bashir Wins Election as Sudan Edges Toward Split
[NYT]
War crimes court rejects new bid to try Darfur rebel chief
[AFP]

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

Americas/Domestic
Mexican officials condemn Arizona’s tough new immigration law
[WaPo]
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
[AP]