March 23rd, 2010
06:42 AM ET

World update: Beijing condemns Google decision

An update from London on some of the stories we're expecting to develop through the day Tuesday:

Beijing condemns Google decision - China state media has Google's decision to quit censoring its China Web site "violated its written promise" and was "totally wrong." Google has redirected all search traffic from mainland China to Google's Hong Kong site, google.com.hk rather than pulling out of China. Full story

Israeli PM in Washington - Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with President Obama today at the White House. In comments yesterday, Netanyahu reiterated his belief that Jerusalem will remain entirely under Israel's control, a contentious issue between the two countries. Full story


French workers strike
– Public employees in France have gone on strike, impacting rail, schools and other state services

Clinton, Bush survey post-quake Haiti - Former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush have visited Haiti on behalf of the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, which was established to raise money for long-term recovery in the impoverished nation. Full story

Hitler sought 'cordial relations' with UK - A 1931 letter written by Adolf Hitler in which he hoped for a "truly cordial relationship" is up for auction. Full story

Teen tries for record - Fifteen-year-old schoolboy Parker Liautaud is planning to make history as the youngest person to ski to the North Pole. Full story

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