Posts Tagged ‘warship’

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Daily International News 10.05.10

October 5, 2010

Daily International News
October 5, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
NKorea’s Kim Jong Un joins father at army drill
[AP]
North Korea’s new dawn with Kim Jong-un
[CSM]
Activity spotted near N. Korean nuclear facility
[WaPo]
Carter Endorses North Korea Housing Project
[US News]
ASEM leaders to condemn March attack on S. Korean warship
[Yonhap]
N.Korea ‘Partly’ Behind GPS Interruptions in East Sea
[Chosun]
Japan
Opinion: Mr. Kan, stop wasting time
[Japan Times]
Bank of Japan sets course for QE
[FT]
China/Taiwan
China, Japan end spat over maritime collision
[AP]
Wen says S. Korea misunderstands Beijing’s stance on ship sinking
[Yonhap]
EU urges faster yuan rise
[Reuters]
Wen expects France to push for positive EU policies toward China
[Xinhua]
China calls on rich nations to improve emission targets
[Guardian]
China to launch two satellites to monitor space environment
[Xinhua]
Taiwan official says China threat growing: reports
[AP]

Southeast Asia
‘Merchant of death’ Viktor Bout extradition ‘back on’
[BBC]
Indonesia cancels Netherlands visit over arrest threat
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Obama says no big shift now in Afghan war strategy
[Reuters]
U.S. Military Orders Less Dependence on Fossil Fuels
[NYT]
NATO convoys attacked in separate strikes in Pakistan
[WaPo]

Middle East
Extending Israel Settlement Ban ‘Very Difficult,’ Finance Minister Says
[Bloomberg]
Maliki-Allawi deal could end impasse
[WaPo]
In Sign of Discord, Iran Blocks Web Sites of Some Clerics
[NYT]
Egyptian newspaper sacks dissident chief editor
[AP]

Africa
Nigeria’s Babangida aide arrest condemned
[BBC]
Uganda says it can raise whole force for Somalia
[Reuters]
Two Algerian Christians ‘did not break Ramadan rules’
[BBC]

Europe/UK
Germany not ID’ing 5 militants killed in Pakistan
[AP]
Two Win Nobel for Work on Ultra-Thin Material
[NYT]
France holds 11 as Europe faces terrorism alert
[Reuters]
Ex-French trader must pay $6.7 billion for fraud
[AP]
Red toxic sludge spill sparks Hungary emergency
[Reuters]

Americas
Brazil’s Greens confident they hold the key to Lula da Silva’s successor
[MercoPress]
Venezuela’s Chavez scoffs at claim of ETA links
[Reuters]
Ecuador raises military wages after police revolt
[Reuters]
Chile president sees miners rescued before Oct. 15
[AP]

Domestic
Times Square bomb plotter to be sentenced
[BBC]
Democrats gain in poll but GOP still leads as midterm elections near
[WaPo]
In Ads, Democratic Candidates Play Down Party
[NYT]
Emanuel Finds No Sweet Chicago Homecoming on Campaign Warmup
[Bloomberg]
New Fuel for Local Papers: Medical Marijuana Ads
[NYT]

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Daily International News 09.13.10

September 13, 2010

Daily International News
September 13, 2010

Northeast Asia
Koreas
U.S. envoy ‘optimistic’ about prospects for engagement with N. Korea
[Yonhap]
Rare North Korea meet delayed due to leader’s health – report
[Reuters]
Two Koreas agree to hold family reunion talks Friday
[Korea Times]
S. Korean final report reaffirms DPRK’s culpability in sinking warship
[Xinhua]
SKorea to send rice, other aid to flood-hit NKorea
[AP]
Middlesbrough Ladies set to tour North Korea
[USA Today]
China
‘Direct line’ to government draws Chinese netizens
[BBC]
First Chinese female judge sworn in at ICJ
[Xinhua]
Japan
Japan frees Chinese fishing crew
[BBC]
Japan foreign minister apologizes to US POWs
[AP]
Japan PM and rival prepare for party showdown
[AFP]

South/Central Asia
Nato urged to allow partition of Afghanistan
[Telegraph]
At least 13 killed in Kashmir protests
[Dawn]

Middle East
Saudi Arms Deal Advances
[WSJ]
Israel Bends Slightly on Settlement Building
[NYT]
Erdogan claims victory in Turkey referendum
[FT]
Iran bail decision on American stirs backlash
[AP]
U.N. nuclear body and Iran clash over barred inspectors
[Reuters]
‘Rampant abuse in Iraq jails’
[Al Jazeera]

Africa
Zimbabwe court frees on bail US health workers
[AP]
Commission of Africa Hits Out Over Trade Talks, Calls for Billions in Aid
[All Africa]
Guinea suspends run-off campaigning after clashes
[BBC]

Europe
Russia denies Georgian claims of ethnic cleansing
[AP]
New UN drugs czar takes office
[AP]
UK
UK officials won’t meet US Lockerbie investigators
[AP]
Government accused of ‘abuse of power’ after cancelling 2011 Queen’s speech
[Guardian]
British unions back coordinated strikes against cuts
[AFP]
Phil Woolas campaign ‘sought to make white folk angry’
[BBC]

Americas/Domestic
On 200th birthday, Mexico battered but not broken
[AP]
Fate of tax cuts is key issue as Congress returns
[WaPo]
In Del., GOP comes out swinging against tea party
[WaPo]
Imam Rauf ‘exploring options’ over NY Islamic centre
[BBC]
Opinion: Post-9/11, we’re safer than we think [WaPo]
Immigration overhaul could leave gay couples out
[WaPo]

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Daily International News 08.10.10

August 10, 2010

Daily International News
August 10, 2010

International
WHO says swine flu pandemic is over
[AP]

East Asia
N. Korea goes YouTube-savvy in its propaganda offensive
[Yonhap]
Teenage U.S. environmentalist to visit N. Korea on bold peace mission
[Yonhap]

DPRK proposes joint inspection group with U.S. on warship sinking
[Xinhua]
Google offices raided by Korean police
[BBC]
Japan apologises to South Korea for imperialist past
[BBC]
US engineer sold military secrets to China
[BBC]

China landslide: More than 700 people confirmed dead
[BBC]
China’s Trade Surplus Climbs to $28.7 Billion
[NYT]
US and Vietnam stage joint naval activities
[BBC]

Central/South Asia
Karzai to dissolve all private security firms
[AFP]
Rising Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan, U.N. Reports
[NYT]

Pakistan’s president returns amid flood fury
[AP]
Six million flood victims need aid to survive: UN
[Dawn]

Middle East
New poll: angry at US, Arabs support an Iran nuclear bomb
[CSM]
Lebanon criticizes US for suspending military aid
[AP]

Saudi gives Blackberry reprieve
[BBC]
Morocco to close 1,250 ‘unsafe’ mosques
[BBC]
Nasrallah unveils ‘Hariri proof’
[Al Jazeera]
‘I take full responsibility,’ Barak tells Gaza flotilla probe
[Haaretz]

Africa
Rwandan president wins re-election despite critics
[AP]
North, south Sudan leaders meet on referendum
[AFP]
South African workers march in wage strike
[BBC]

Europe
Climate change ‘partly to blame’ for sweltering Moscow
[BBC]
N. Ireland police worker targeted in car bomb bid
[AFP]
UK trade deficit narrows in June
[FT]

Americas
Former Mexican president: Legalize drugs
[LAT]

Canadian’s ‘confessions’ allowed at Guantanamo trial
[BBC] and U.N. says Omar Khadr’s trial sets bad precedent [Reuters]
Top EADS official, ex-U.S. Sen. Stevens in plane crash
[Reuters]
Web Plan From Google and Verizon Is Criticized
[NYT]

Down to the Wire: Six Primary Races to Watch
[Time]
Stocks Fall on Productivity Drop, China Data
[WSJ]

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Daily International News 08.05.10

August 5, 2010

Daily International News
August 5, 2010

East Asia
S. Korea holds anti-submarine drills near western sea border
[Yonhap]
Report: US to sell Taiwan decommissioned warships
[AP]
Chinese missile could shift Pacific power balance
[AP]
Workers Question China’s Account of Oil Spill
[NYT]
UN chief in Nagasaki calls for nuclear disarmament
[AP]
US, nuclear powers to attend Hiroshima memorial
[AP]
U.S., Hanoi in Nuclear Talks
[WSJ]
Military shakeup could derail Thai peace moves
[Reuters]

AfPak
Karzai Targets Two U.S.-Backed Task Forces
[WSJ]
Petraeus establishes new rules of conduct for Western forces in Afghanistan
[LAT]
Suicide bomber kills 7 Afghan police in north
[AP]
Pakistan floods head south after devastating trail
[Reuters]
Assassination of key U.S. ally adds to Pakistan’s crises
[WaPo]

Middle East
AP Exclusive: Iran defiant in nuclear documents
[AP]
Iran sees regional alliance to counter NATO
[Reuters]
Iran publishes new Holocaust-denying website
[AP]
UN: Israel did not cross border
[Al Jazeera]
Israel returns Turkish aid ships seized near Gaza
[Reuters]
Israel indicts 3 Arabs on espionage charges
[AP]
Egypt admits rocket attack from its own soil
[AP]
Illicit liquor trade uncovered in Dubai
[Gulf News]

Africa
Sudan’s Bashir in Libya to meet Kadhafi
[AFP]
Rwanda government denies link to assassinations
[BBC]
Naomi Campbell tells Taylor trial of ‘dirty stones’
[BBC]
Kenyan voters back new constitution
[Al Jazeera]

Europe
Medvedev sacks officers over Russia fire failures
[BBC]
Greece makes ‘strong start’ in cutting debt, IMF says
[BBC]
Chechen rebel leader revokes resignation
[AP]

Domestic
Ruling against Prop. 8 could lead to federal precedent on gay marriage
[LAT]
Google, Verizon Said to Have Web Deal as U.S. Talks Continue
[Bloomberg]
Geithner Sees No Evidence Tax Cuts Pay for Themselves
[Bloomberg]
‘Static kill’ of oil well deemed a success; gulf waters begin clearing
[WaPo]
Obama Returns to Illinois to Stump for Democrat Amid Scandals
[Bloomberg]

Americas
Canadian accused of buying weapons for al-Qaeda freed
[BBC]
Fidel Castro set to address Cuba national assembly
[BBC]
Panama ‘serial killer’ case: more bodies recovered
[BBC]

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Daily International News 07.23.10

July 23, 2010

Daily International News
July 23, 2010

North Korea
North Korea vows ‘physical response’ to US exercise
[BBC]
NKorea tensions spike at Asian security forum
[AP]
US says NKorea must change ‘dangerous’ behavior
[AP]
On North Korea and More, China Flexes Its Muscles
[Time]

China/Japan
US wades into South China Sea disputes
[AP]
China sentences Uighur writer to 15 years in jail
[AP]
China ‘may review execution policy changes’
[BBC]
First details on China oil spill’s cause emerge
[AP]
Prosecutors to quiz Japan ruling party’s Ozawa – media
[Reuters]

South/SE/Central Asia
US warns Myanmar on nukes, rights abuses
[AP]
17 injured in blast targeting Afghan candidate
[AP]
Minority leaders leaving Karzai’s side over leader’s overtures to insurgents
[WaPo]
Pakistani government extends tenure of Army Chief Kayani
[CNN]
India unveils prototype of $35 tablet computer
[AP]

Middle East/N. Africa
Abbas warns Fatah to get organized or die
[Haaretz]
Israel: Controversial conversion bill shelved
[AP]
Israel to return impounded Gaza aid ships to Turkey
[Reuters]
Hezbollah members ‘facing Rafik Hariri charges’
[BBC]
Mubarak, 82, gives public speech after health rumours
[Reuters]

Africa
Guards for Somali Leader Join Islamists
[NYT]
Nigerian senate votes for earlier elections
[BBC]
Uganda: AU Military Chiefs Draw Somalia War Plan
[All Africa]
Guinea to send troops to AU force in Somalia
[AFP]

Europe
Russia says ready to resume NATO military ties
[Reuters]
Scottish official to skip US Lockerbie hearing
[AP]
BP Managers Named in Disaster Probe
[WSJ]
Serbia rejects UN legal ruling on Kosovo’s secession
[BBC]
Trafigura found guilty of exporting toxic waste
[BBC]
France to sell two Mistral-class warships to Russia
[BBC]
France targets ‘al-Qaeda militants’ in Mauritania
[BBC]
Banks Await Stress Test Results in Europe
[NYT]
Euro Passes Own Stress Test as Bank Examinations Loom
[Bloomberg]

Domestic
Hearing on Arizona immigration law begins
[WaPo]
Senate Passes U.S. War Bill Without State Aid Sought by House
[Bloomberg]
Bowing to political reality, Senate Democrats drop broad energy bill
[LAT]
Ships evacuated from Gulf as tropical storm advances
[BBC]

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Daily International News 07.13.10

July 13, 2010

Daily International News
July 13, 2010

Koreas
N.Korea postpones talks with UN Command on warship
[AFP]
ANALYSIS – N.Korea’s call for talks hardly welcome by South, US
[Reuters]
S Korea, U.S. to hold security talks on July 21
[Xinhua]
S.Korea says location of war games undecided
[AFP] and U.S. Ships Could Move to East Sea for Joint Drill [Chosun Ilbo]
S.Korea deploys sentry robot along N.Korea border
[AFP]

Asia-Pacific [non-Korea related]
Japan government signals tax reform
[Reuters]
China urges India to honor Tibet-related commitment
[Xinhua]
China promises tougher action on toxic dairy
[AP]
China seeks to reduce Internet users’ anonymity
[AP]
Chinese Factories Now Compete to Woo Laborers
[NYT]
Fiji’s expulsion of Australia envoy “of grave concern”
[BBC]

AfPak
NATO chief says pullout plans put troops at risk
[Reuters]
Afghan soldier attacks, kills 3 British troops
[AP]
Pakistan orders ‘crackdown’ on militants: police
[AFP]

Middle East
Pakistan Says Iran Scientist in U.S. Fled to Its Embassy
[NYT]
Strikes on Iran becoming more likely
[Wash Times]
Oil smuggling to Iran embarrassment for Iraq
[AP] and Iran’s threat in Iraq on the rise, says US general [AP]
Israeli bulldozers raze 4 east Jerusalem buildings
[AP]
Israel orders Gaza-bound aid ship to Egypt
[AP]

Africa
‘Suicide vest’ found after Uganda World Cup blasts
[BBC]
Deadly Uganda bombings could indicate new roles for al-Qaeda affiliates
[WaPo]
UN: HIV among young people going down in Africa
[AP]

Europe
French lawmakers to approve full veil ban
[AFP]
300 arrested in major anti-crime sweep in Italy
[AP]
French Labor Minister Quits Party Post
[NYT]
82 police injured in Belfast’s 2 nights of riots
[AP]

Domestic
U.S. Detains 12th Person in Russian Spy Probe
[WSJ]
BP Is Set to Test if New Cap Stops Oil
[NYT]
Offshore Drillers See Little Gain in Amended U.S. Ban
[Bloomberg]
U.S. Regulatory Bill Nears Passage as 3 Republicans Add Support
[Bloomberg]
US vows continued pursuit of Roman Polanski
[AP]
US rule could keep Iroquois from lacrosse tourney
[AP]

Americas
Both Frail and Feisty, Fidel Castro Goes on TV
[NYT]
7 Cuban political prisoners arrive in Spain
[AP]
Haiti: Summer storm floods ‘safe’ refugee camp
[AP]

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Daily International News 06.16.10

June 16, 2010

Daily International News
June 16, 2010

Northeast Asia
UN warship hearing angers N Korea
[BBC]
North Korea rejects torpedo findings, threatens war
[CNN]
Obama upholds US sanctions on NKorea
[AFP]
Diet closed as Kan rejects opposition calls, election set on July 11
[Kyodo]
Expert sees need for more China-U.S. communication channels
[Xinhua]

South/Southeast Asia
Indonesia is struck by three powerful earthquakes
[BBC]
$300 mln to cope with Agent Orange in Vietnam
[AP]
Pakistan: US bin Laden hunter on mission from God
[AP]

Central Asia
After 4 days, violence subsides in Kyrgyzstan, but ethnic resentments linger
[WaPo]
Stand-off at Kyrgyz oil depot held by ethnic Uzbeks
[BBC]
Kyrgyz army tries to get control in riot-hit south
[AP]
China flies 960 nationals home from Kyrgyzstan; evacuation continues
[Xinhua]
Taliban Kill Official Vital to U.S. Plans
[WSJ]

Middle East
Iran says to set terms for any new nuclear talks
[Reuters]
Iran plans more powerful nuclear research reactor
[AP]
EU to introduce new Iran sanctions
[Guardian]
Israeli ministers to vote on easing Gaza blockade
[AP]
Suspected Hezbollah financier arrested in Paraguay
[AFP]
Attacks threaten unusual Turkish outreach to Kurds
[AP]

Africa
2 Sudan war crimes suspects surrender
[AP]
Somali Insurgents Detain Soccer Fans
[NYT]
South Africa may pay penalty for World Cup labour action
[Reuters]

Europe
French raise retirement age to 62
[BBC]
Poll: 86 pct dissatisfied with German government
[AP]
Ireland’s premier survives confidence vote 82-77
[AP]
Tragedy sets tone in race for new Polish president
[AP]
Mladic’s family petitions court to declare him dead
[Reuters]

Domestic
In Oval Office Speech, Obama Calls for New Focus on Energy Policy
[NYT]
Estimates of Oil Flow Jump Higher
[NYT]
Op-ed: Obama vs. BP (and You) [WSJ]

Americas
Calderon asks for Mexicans’ support as toll rises
[AP]
Owner of anti-Chavez TV channel flees Venezuela
[AP]
Vatican foreign minister in Cuba amid high hopes
[AP]