Posts Tagged ‘uzbek’

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Daily International News 07.14.10

July 14, 2010

Daily International News
July 14, 2010

Northeast Asia/Pacific
NKorea, US-led UN Command to meet Thursday
[AP]
Japan voters want troubled PM to stay: polls
[AFP]
Vatican, China OK new bishop as relations warm
[AP]
Argentina/China sign 18 agreements; discussions to solve soy-oil dispute
[MercoPress]
26 killed, 38 missing as typhoon hits Philippines
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Afghan attacks kill 8 US soldiers in 24 hours
[AP]
Petraeus pushes to designate Haqqani network
[NYT]
Indian FM to press Pakistan on Mumbai probe in talks
[Reuters]
Kyrgyz Police Abusing Ethnic Uzbeks, Group Says
[NYT]

Middle East
Iran Scientist Heads to Tehran
[WSJ]
Russia seeks to soothe Iran with energy pact
[Reuters]
Turkey Presses For Israel’s Apology
[WSJ]
Averting showdown, Gaza-bound ship changes course
[AP]
Iraq: US hands over Tariq Aziz, other detainees
[AP]
Gunmen attack two southern Yemen security offices
[BBC]

Africa
South Africa to make 2020 Olympic bid
[BBC]
NGOs slam EU-Brazil plans to develop biofuels in Africa
[EU Observer]
Rwandan opposition politician found dead
[BBC]
Nigeria: 4 die in new religious violence
[AP]
Somalia’s spreading war
[LAT]

Europe/UK
Credit Suisse offices raided by tax officials
[BBC]
Gen Sir David Richards new head of British armed forces
[BBC]
Children involved in Northern Ireland riots, councillor says
[Guardian]
Former MI6 worker pleads guilty over selling official secrets
[Guardian]
David Cameron defends NHS plans at PMQs
[Guardian]
Boris Johnson wants London spared from the coalition’s spending cuts
[Guardian]

Domestic
Jack Lew, Surplus-Seasoned Budget Chief, Tackles Obama Deficit
[Bloomberg]
Philip Morris Is Said to Benefit From Child Labor
[NYT]
U.S. deports alleged 12th Russian spy
[WaPo]
NAACP Passes Tea Party Racism Resolution
[CBS]

Americas
Large protest held ahead of Argentine same-sex marriage vote
[CNN]
Venezuela hands over alleged Colombian drug lord to US
[BBC]
Venezuela alleges Dutch violation of airspace
[Miami Herald]

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Daily International News 06.21.10

June 21, 2010

Daily International News
June 21, 2010

Northeast Asia
Abnormal radiation detected near Korean border
[AP]
Portugal beats North Korea in 7-0 rout
[AP]
Japan PM eyes sales tax hike, voters divided
[Reuters]
AP Exclusive: Uighurs flee China after riots
[AP]
China unshackles yuan ahead of G20
[Reuters]
Pragmatism Drove Beijing’s Decision to Drop Peg
[WSJ]

South/Central Asia
Witnesses say Kyrgyz police attack Uzbeks, kill 2
[AP]
India May Increase Compensation to Victims of 1984 Union Carbide Gas Leak
[Bloomberg]
Gates Urges More Afghan Funding
[WSJ]

Middle East
Jerusalem revives plan to raze Palestinian homes
[AP]
Lebanon permits Gaza-bound ship to sail to Cyprus
[AP]
Iran bans 2 IAEA inspectors from entering Iran
[WaPo]
Car Bombs Hit Crowds Outside Bank in Baghdad
[NYT]
Fury over Iraq power rationing spreads in harsh heat
[AFP]

Afirca
Nigeria’s Jonathan Is Not Ready to Declare Candidacy
[Bloomberg]
S.Africa union says hopes to reach deal with Eskom
[Reuters]
Lawyers: Murder of Congolese PM was war crime
[AP]
Zimbabwe diamonds ‘bloodstained’: HRW
[AFP]

Europe
Russia cuts Belarus gas supplies over debt
[BBC]
Late Polish president’s twin heads to runoff vote
[AP]

Americas/Domestic
Obama and Netanyahu to Meet July 6
[Reuters]
Medvedev’s U.S. Trip Aids Push to Reset Economic Ties
[Bloomberg]
Record number of Indian-Americans seeking office
[AP]
Kagan Hearing Gives Nominee Chance to Make Good on Candor View
[Bloomberg]
BP Gulf spill costs hit $2 billion, no end yet
[AP]
Lapses Found in Oversight of Failsafe Device on Oil Rig
[NYT]
Santos declares victory in Colombian presidential runoff
[CNN]
Mexican officials: Mayor of Guadalupe killed by gunmen
[CNN]