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07-02 Berlusconi in EU 'Nazi' slur Italy
2. 07-02 Israel hands over Bethlehem West Bank
D. 07-02 2010 Winter Games given to Vancouver Czech Republic
4. 07-02 Islamist leaders freed Algeria
F. 07-02 Toronto removed from SARS list Toronto
G. 07-02 EU passes tough new GM rules European Union
H. 07-02 U.S. may send 500-1,000 troops to Liberia Washington
I. 07-02 Storm leaves men high and dry London
J. 07-02 Al Aqsa leader killed by Israeli troops West Bank

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Morning News


Jul.2   Italy     Berlusconi in EU 'Nazi' slur
  Prime Minister has caused uproar in the European Parliament by comparing a German MEP to a Nazi camp guard


  West Bank   Israel hands over Bethlehem
  Bells rang in Manger Square as Israel turned over the city's security control to the Palestinians


  Czech Republic   2010 Winter Games given to Vancouver
  The International Olympic Committee selected Vancouver over bids from Salzburg, Austria, and Pyeongchang, South Korea


  Algeria     Islamist leaders freed  The top 2 leaders of the outlawed Islamic Salvation Front have been freed from custody after serving their 12-year

  Toronto     Toronto removed from SARS list Map of Toronto  Last probable case was detected and isolated June 12, 20 days ago, or twice the incubation period

  European Union EU passes tough new GM rules  The rules on genetically modified products could end a ban on biotech foods provided they are clearly labeled

Day News


  Washington   U.S. may send 500-1,000 troops to Liberia  The international pressure is mounting to have the U.S lead a mission that also would include West African peacekeepers

  London Storm leaves men high and dry  The first 2 men's quarterfinal matches were stopped 4 times because of rain and finally suspended

  West Bank Al Aqsa leader killed by Israeli troops  Mahmoud Ahmad Shawar, 31, was killed in an exchange of gunfire

Evening News


  UN Security Council UN won't condemn N. Korean nukes  The United States has failed to persuade Russia and China to support a Security Council draft statement

San Francisco Bay Area , July 2, 2003 Timeline