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Daily International News 02.08.11

February 8, 2011

Daily International News
February 8, 2011

Egypt/Syria/Tunisia
Egypt announces reform committees, as tens of thousands return to Tahrir Square
[WaPo]

U.S. eases off call for swift Egypt reform
[LA Times]
White House walks fine line on Muslim Brotherhood
[WaPo]

Clinic Near Baden-Baden, Germany Considered For Mubarak
[Der Spiegel]
Freed Google exec energizes Egyptian protests
[AP]
Iran’s Opposition Seeks Rally to Back Egypt and Tunisia
[NYT]
Hezbollah chief: Egypt’s unrest will change region
[AP]
Signs Syria may be lifting Facebook, YouTube ban
[AP]

UK’s Hague: Change in Tunisia ‘must be swift’
[UKPA]
Op-ed: Freedom in Mideast Carries Cost We All Might Pay: Kevin Hassett
[Bloomberg]

Northeast Asia
2 Koreas talk at DMZ to ease tensions since attack
[AP]
Amb. King on N. Korea rights issues meets with S. Korean officials
[Kyodo]

Pyongyang asks U.S. to restore food aid: source
[JoongAng]
S. Korea’s top nuclear negotiator to head to China for talks
[Xinhua]
U.S., Brazil to Press China on Currency
[WSJ]
UN: Drought endangers Chinese winter wheat harvest
[AP]
Kan to offer meeting with ex-DPJ leader Ozawa over his fate
[Kyodo]
Japanese jobseekers hold Tokyo pep rally
[AP]

Southeast Asia/Pacific
Suu Kyi’s party seeks talks with West on sanctions
[Reuters]

Thailand-Cambodia clashes leave path of destruction
[BBC]
Philippine ex-army head Angelo Reyes ‘commits suicide’
[BBC]
Indonesia: Angry Muslim crowd attacks Java churches
[BBC]

South/Central Asia
US postpones bilateral contacts with Pakistan until Davis freed
[Dawn]

Report: US needs to show progress on Pakistan aid
[AP]
Afghan leader: NATO reconstruction bases must go
[AP]
Militants free 3 of 6 abducted WWF-India workers
[AP]
Tibetan Lama Faces Scrutiny and Suspicion in India
[NYT]
Will the famous China-Indian WWII Stilwell Road reopen?
[BBC]

Middle East
Palestinians to hold local elections July 9
[AP]
US report finds Gulf embassy staff ‘risk exploitation’
[BBC]

Africa
Charles Taylor lawyer storms out of war crimes trial
[BBC]
Ivorian paramilitaries kill six in pro-Ouattara area
[Reuters]

Europe
WikiLeaks Founder Returns to Court to Fight Extradition
[NYT] and Assange’s lawyer: Sweden acted improperly in probe [AP]
Russian Islamist leader claims responsibility for Moscow airport attack
[Guardian]
Russia Expels a British Journalist
[NYT]
Silvio Berlusconi: Prosecutors to seek trial over ‘sex’
[BBC]
Pirates in Indian Ocean seize Italian oil tanker
[BBC]
Tablighi Jamaat seeks to keep mosque near UK Olympics site
[Guardian]
Meryl Streep to be Margaret Thatcher revealed in first still from The Iron Lady
[Guardian]

Americas
Haiti ‘gives ex-President Aristide new passport’
[BBC]

Domestic
Government: No electronic flaws in Toyotas
[AP]

A new Dem threat to health care law
[POLITICO]
Obama Budget Proposes Broader Unemployment Taxes
[WSJ]
Hatch and Lugar blaze different paths as tea party stalks
[WaPo]
First Lady: President Obama has quit smoking
[AP]
Olbermann Said to Be Going to Current TV
[NYT]

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Daily International News 02.07.11

February 7, 2011

Daily International News
February 7, 2011

Egypt/Tunisia
Egypt approves 15 percent raise for govt employees
[AP]
Egypt demonstrators entertain to keep morale high
[AP] and Cairo Protesters Try to Keep Up the Pressure [NYT]
Realpolitiktian: Obama’s Handling of Egypt
[New York Mag]
Egypt diplomacy: White House races to keep pace with events put in motion by protests
[WaPo]

Obama Says Egypt Not Going Back to Way It Was Before
[Bloomberg]
Egypt checks diplomatic pouches as precautionary measures
[Xinhua]
Tunisian president to get emergency powers
[AFP]
Tunisia ban on Ben Ali’s party
[Gulf Daily]

Northeast Asia
South Korea Questions Boat Passengers From North
[NYT]

N.Korea Red-Faced as Russia Denies UN Security Council Claim
[Chosun]
N. Korea may send heir apparent to China to secure support: analyst
[Yonhap]
Japan PM says Russia visit to Kurils ‘unforgiveable’
[BBC]

Ex-U.S. intelligence official says Japan-U.S. alliance unbalanced
[Kyodo]

Southeast Asia
Thai, Cambodian clashes resume at disputed border
[AP]

South/Central Asia
Top India and Pakistan diplomats meet in Bhutan
[BBC]
Pakistani investigators name Musharraf accused in Benazir’s murder case
[Xinhua]
US presses Pakistan’s president to free American
[AP]
6 WWF volunteers abducted in Indian tiger reserve
[AP]
Police arrest opposition protesters in Bangladesh
[AP]
Afghan bombing kills 1; gunmen kill local chief
[AP]

Middle East
Iran unveils missiles, satellites as warning to foes
[Reuters]
Hariri court holds hearing to discuss law issues
[AP]
Kuwait minister resigns and avoids ‘torture death’ questions
[The National]

Africa
Sudan’s Bashir to accept referendum result’
[AFP]
Nigerian president launches election campaign
[AFP]

Europe
Labour government did ‘all it could to secure release of Lockerbie bomber’
[Guardian]

WikiLeaks Founder Back in Court to Challenge Extradition
[NYT]
Report: Russia warns US over missile defense plans
[AP]
Dutch lawmaker back in court for hate speech case
[AP]
Dutch protest Iran’s execution of Dutch-Iranian woman
[CNN]

Domestic
Critics move to claw back millions from UN
[FT]
Is the GOP nomination worth having in 2012?
[WaPo]
Palin’s Bold Attacks, Quiet Strategy Puzzle Republicans for 2012
[Bloomberg]
Jeb Bush should run now, for at least eight reasons
[National Review]
AOL Buys Huffington Post: Is It Crazy?
[WSJ]