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04-11 Blast at synagogue kills 21 Tunisia
C. 04-11 Israel steps up Palestinian arrests West Bank
D. 04-11 'Dr Death' acquitted South Africa
4. 04-11 Powell in Israel as campaign continues Israel
5. 04-11 Military challenge president Caracas, Venezuela
6. 04-11 Senate backs electoral reform U.S. Senate
H. 04-11 Love took one-stroke lead US Georgia
I. 04-11 China admits AIDS rising sharply China
9. 04-11 President to resign Venezuela


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Morning News

Apr.11   Tunisia     Blast at synagogue kills 21
  Powerful explosion at an ancient synagogue on the island of Djerba. A truck filled with natural gas crashed into a wall

  West Bank   Israel steps up Palestinian arrests  4,000 Palestinians have been detained during Israel's offensive. Powell is in Amman for talks with Jordan's King Abdullah

  South Africa 'Dr Death' acquitted  Dr Wouter Basson was the man who headed apartheid-era germ warfare programme

Day News

  Israel     Powell in Israel as campaign continues  US Secretary of State is on a mission to try to end soaring violence between Israel and the Palestinians

  Venezuela Military challenge president  Pressure is mounting on Chavez to resign as 11 people were killed at an anti-government protest in Caracas

  U.S. Senate Senate backs electoral reform  Bill includes upgrading voting equipment and sets national standards for voting procedures

  US Georgia Love took one-stroke lead  Arnold Palmer call it quits after 48 years

  China China admits AIDS rising sharply  850,0000 people are infected with the HIV virus, a rise of more than a quarter a million over 2001 figure

Evening News

  Venezuela     President to resign
  Hugo Chavez is preparing to resign to the military leaders, the army's chief says

  Nepal 'Dozens killed' in rebel attack  50 policemen and 12 Maoist rebels have been killed in clashes. 3,000 fighters have attacked police posts

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