Headlines, May 11, 2011 Edition

China zooming in on U.S. stealth helicopter at bin Laden compound (FULL STORY)


INSIDE CHINA: Beijing has second thoughts about ‘Singapore model’ after watershed elections (FULL STORY)

U.S. Strategic Command unsuccessfully sought talks with China on nuclear intent (FULL STORY)

Bahrain relayed concerns to U.S. on China’s expanded role in the Gulf (FULL STORY)

Cable: Three U.S. bases in Japan needed for future China conflict (FULL STORY)

U.S. raised concerns with China on economic impact of cyber crime (FULL STORY)

Campbell to Japan: China under pressure not to appear weak to U.S. (FULL STORY)

N. Korean front in Japan condemns U.S. attack on bin Laden as ‘terrorism’ (FULL STORY)

INSIDE NORTH KOREA: Secret N. Korea agency tied to ‘unprecedented cyber-terror’ incident, major 2010 provocations (FULL STORY)

U.S. policy shifted to Japan after debate on priority of China ties (FULL STORY)

State official on Beijing’s massive suppression of dissidents: ‘Backsliding’ (FULL STORY)

Chinese tourists flocking to N. Korea’s border city amid warming economic ties  (FULL STORY)

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