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Daily International News 09.01.11

September 1, 2011

Happy September!!

Daily International News
September 1, 2011

Northeast Asia
Japan
AP-GfK Poll: Japanese distrust govt after disaster
[AP]
Tokyo roads blocked in earthquake drill
[BBC]
Koreas
Condoleezza Rice rejects Cheney’s ‘attack on my integrity’ re: North Korea
[Reuters]
Exclusive: Obama moves to sell Northrop drones to South Korea
[Reuters]
Iran: Parliament speaker to visit North Korea
[AP]
N.Korea, Russia consider naval cooperation
[UPI]
North Korea to rent farm land in Russia’s Far East
[Ria Novosti]
N. Korea replaces head of inter-Korean industrial complex: sources
[Yonhap]
S Korea inflation at three-year high on food price jump
[BBC]
Sarah Palin set to attend South Korea forum
[AP]
China
Joint statement of the People’s Republic of China and the Republic of the Philippines
[Xinhua]
China reschedules launch of unmanned space module
[Xinhua]
Hong Kong worries about China’s tightening grip
[AP]
Apple defends itself after pollution allegations
[BBC]
Iran irked by errors in Qurans from China
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Sri Lanka imposes new anti-terrorism measures
[Al Jazeera]
Australian PM Julia Gillard hits out at asylum ruling
[BBC]
Myanmar Soccer Fans Given Freedom of Raucous Speech
[NYT]
World War II bomb kills 7 people in west Myanmar
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Kashmir border deaths spark India and Pakistan row
[BBC]
Indian activist Anna Hazare returns home after fast
[BBC]
Pakistan ‘incapable’ of prosecuting terror suspects
[Telegraph]

Middle East
Israel arrests Hamas leader in West Bank
[AP]
EU split on Palestinian push for recognition
[AP]
Iraq: US troops’ first fatality-free month since 2003
[BBC]
Syria unrest: Hama legal chief Bakkour ‘resigns over killings’
[BBC]
Bahrain tensions grow amid stronger protest calls
[AP]
Yemen: 30 al-Qaida suspects die in US airstrikes
[AP]

Africa
Russia Recognizes Libya Rebels as World Leaders Meet in Paris
[NYT]
Son Denies Rebels’ Claim That Qaddafi Is Cornered
[NYT]
China top paper warns West to let U.N. lead in Libya
[Reuters]
Sudan rebels say Khartoum using food as a weapon
[Reuters]
Faure Gnassingbe: Togo leader’s brothers ‘plotted coup’
[BBC]
High-profile Kenya suspects face ICC hearing
[Al Jazeera]
Congo police tear gas hundreds at election demo
[Reuters]

Europe
Guardian denies allegation in WikiLeaks statement that journalist disclosed passwords to archive
[Guardian]
French Socialists uneasy as Strauss-Kahn to return
[Reuters]
Art fraud trial begins in Germany
[BBC]

Americas
Jamaica drug lord ‘Dudus’ Coke admits racketeering
[BBC]
Bill Clinton aide named as Haiti’s 3rd pick for PM
[AP]

Domestic
US court case reveals CIA rendition details
[BBC]
Obama Resolves Dispute With Boehner by Delaying His Jobs Speech by One Day
[Bloomberg]
Klein: Expect Obama Speech to Yield No Action
[Bloomberg]
Biden’s claim that the GOP will ‘eliminate’ Medicare
[WaPo]
Christine O’Donnell Takes To Twitter After Tea Party Rejection
[TPM]
As water recedes, cleanup begins across Northeast
[AP]
Obama declares New Jersey ‘a disaster area’
[Al Jazeera]
AT&T Lawsuit Marks U.S. ‘Line in the Sand’ for Telecoms
[Bloomberg]

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Daily International News 06.10.11

June 10, 2011

Daily International News
June 10, 2011

International
Over 100 million children in dangerous jobs – U.N.
[Reuters]

Northeast Asia
Koreas
China Urged to Encourage N. Korea to Resume Talks with Seoul
[VOA]
US: China worried by disruption in Korean talks
[AP]

South Korea in surprise rate rise to fight inflation
[BBC]
Political bickering feared to cast doubt on human rights bill on N. Korea
[Yonhap]
N. Korean taekwondo athletes in U.S.
[Yonhap]
China
Future murky for China dissident Huang Qi freed from prison
[AP]
Japan
Japan utility reprimanded over 2 workers’ high radiation
[AP]
Toyota forecasts profits slump after earthquake
[BBC]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Vietnam plans live-fire drill amid South China Sea row
[BBC]
Aung San Suu Kyi to present the BBC’s Reith Lectures
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
Fasting Indian yoga guru stable in hospital
[AP]
Suicide bomber hits memorial for slain Afghan general
[Reuters]
Shooting video another blow to Pakistan’s security forces
[Reuters]
Chicagoan Rana guilty of aiding Pakistan militant group
[Reuters]

Kyrgyzstan violence: Osh unrest remembered one year on
[BBC]

Middle East
Iraq Shiite group claims attack on US troops
[AP]
Syrian army ‘moves on Jisr al-Shughour’
[BBC]
Yemen protesters demand wounded leader’s ouster
[AP]
Israeli army detains 8 Palestinians, including former minister
[Xinhua]
Police, Palestinians clash at Jerusalem holy site
[AP]

Concerns over democracy dominate as Turkey votes
[Reuters]

Africa
France denies NATO helicopter shot down in Libya
[Xinhua]
NATO official: Gadhafi a legitimate target
[CNN]
Gaddafi forces shell Libya’s Misrata, 10 killed
[Reuters]
$1 Billion Is Pledged to Support Libya Rebels
[NYT]
Clinton in Zambia promoting US-African commerce
[AP]

Europe
Gates blasts NATO, questions future of alliance
[AP]
Germany: Sprouts did cause deadly E. coli outbreak
[AP]

EU gives green light to Croatia
[AP]
Italy recalls envoy to Brazil in extradition row
[Reuters]
Spain nabs 3 suspected of global cyber attacks
[AP]
French court postpones decision on Lagarde probe
[AP]
Ex-Russian officer who killed Chechen shot dead
[AP]

Americas
In Visit to Puerto Rico, Obama Has Eye on Mainland
[NYT]
US delegation meets with American jailed in Cuba
[AP]

Domestic
State Department says Clinton not going anywhere
[AP]

Obama heads to his Maryland mountain retreat
[AP]
Leiter to resign as chief of National Counterterrorism Center
[WaPo]
Debbie Wasserman Schultz has rocky DNC start
[POLITICO]
Perry Presidential Notion May Get Serious as Gingrich Aides Quit
[Bloomberg]
Romney to Skip Iowa, Florida Tests, Focus on Nominating Contests
[Bloomberg]
At U.S. embassy-in-exile, anguished diplomats watch Libyan conflict
[WaPo]
2 men found guilty in murder of Calif journalist
[AP]

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Daily International News 06.01.11

June 1, 2011

Happy June!

Daily International News
June 1, 2011

Northeast Asia
Koreas
North Korea rejects South’s proposal for summits
 [AP] and North Korea Says It Rejected Secret Summit Offer [WSJ]
US Considers Tightening Sanctions on N. Korea
[Arirang]
Kim Jong-il portrait used as South Korean army target‎
[BBC]
SKorean inflation eases to 4.1 percent in May
[AP]
Japan
Japan’s PM faces no-confidence vote over crisis
[AP]
Japan nuclear: UN says tsunami risk was underestimated
[BBC]
Toyota recalls 106,000 Prius cars
[AP]
China
Chinese rights activist Li Shuangde jailed for fraud
[AP]
China’s response to latest unrest follows pattern
[AP]
China warns outsiders over creating unrest in Inner Mongolia
[Pakistan Daily Times]
3 Killed in Workshop Explosion in Xinjiang
[Crienglish]
China manufacturing slows in power, credit squeeze
[AP]
East China’s Changxing County witnesses worsening drought
[Xinhua]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
US man held for ‘Thai monarchy insult’ appeals to Obama
[BBC]
Meowing senator touches off political row
[Reuters]

South/Central Asia
Pakistani journalists defiant at reporter’s burial
[AP] Background – Pakistani Journalist Who Covered Security and Terrorism Is Found Dead [NYT]
US army chief: Impact of OBL death still unclear
[AP]
Rare execution in India prompts search for hangman
[AP]

Middle East
Toll of Syrian crackdown rises to 33 in 2 towns
[AP]
Australia: Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad ‘should be tried’
[BBC]
Street battles in Yemeni capital leave 41 dead
[AP]
Yemen Forces Battle Tribal Rivals for Key Sites in Capital
[NYT]

Africa
Egypt’s Mubarak, sons to stand trial on Aug. 3
[AP]
700 immigrants trapped on fishing boat off Tunisia
[AP]
Libya’s oil chief Ghanem defects, now in Rome [Reuters]
NATO extends Libya operations to September
[Reuters]
NATO Resumes Airstrikes After Qaddafi Vows to Fight On
[NYT]
Downing Street denies British troops in Misrata
[BBC]
U.S. concerned over Libya weapons reaching Al Qaeda
[Reuters]
North and South Sudan Tentatively Agree to Demilitarize Disputed Border
[NYT]
Ethiopia commutes death sentences for 23 officials
[AP]

Europe
Germany: sharp rise in E. Coli cases, source unknown
[Reuters]
Mladic must face war crimes charges – prosecutor
[Reuters]
Sepp Blatter announces World Cup host vote changes
[BBC]

Americas
Special Report – If Monterrey falls, Mexico falls
[Reuters]
Magnitude-6.4 quake rocks central Chile
[AP]

Domestic
Robert Gates: After 8 presidents, I may be ‘too cautious’
[POLITICO]
List of cyber-weapons developed by Pentagon to streamline computer warfare
[WaPo] and DOD to treat cyber-attacks as ‘acts of war’ [BBC
West Wing Briefing: Obama will meet with House Republicans on deficit, debt limit [WaPo]
Huntsman Op-ed: Our Current Time for Choosing [WSJ]
Rahm Emanuel doesn’t close the door on 2016
[POLITICO]
Economy shadows President Obama’s 2012 campaign
[POLITICO]
Anthony Weiner tries to move beyond Twitter mess
[POLITICO]
Endeavour space shuttle makes last touch-down
[BBC]
Cellphones ‘possibly carcinogenic,’ WHO says
[WaPo]