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07-06 Federer wins Wimbledon London
2. 07-06 Blast victims mourned Moscow
D. 07-06 Israel to free more prisoners Jerusalem
E. 07-06 Op begins on conjoined adult twins Singapore
5. 07-06 Bush to promote his initiatives in Africa Washington
G. 07-06 Ralf Schumacher wins GP France
7. 07-06 Taylor seeking asylum Monrovia, Liberia
I. 07-06 Mine blast kills 22 China
9. 07-06 Taylor agrees to leave Liberia

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Jul.6   London     Federer wins Wimbledon
  Roger Federer claims his first Grand Slam title with a demolition of Mark Philippoussis 7-6 (7/5) 6-2 7-6 (7/3)


  Moscow   Blast victims mourned  Memorial services were held for the 15 victims who died when 2 female suicide bombers let off explosives at a rock concert

  Jerusalem   Israel to free more prisoners  The government has voted to release a new batch of Palestinians - a goodwill gesture toward peace plan

  Singapore   Op begins on conjoined adult twins  Doctors began the delicate surgery to separate 2 Iranian women joined at the head since birth

  Washington Bush to promote his initiatives in Africa  President Bush plans to promote his administration's efforts to fight the spread of AIDS on the continent

  France Ralf Schumacher wins GP  Schumacher finished 13.8 seconds ahead Montoya in the 1-2 finish for Williams-BMW

  Liberia Taylor seeking asylum  Hundreds of Liberians met Nigerian President Obasanjo at Monrovia's airport

  China Mine blast kills 22  A coal mine explosion has njured another six. 15 miners who were in the pit were rescued uninjured

Day News


  Liberia     Taylor agrees to leave
  Liberian President had accepted an offer of asylum from Nigerian President Obasanjo


  France Corsica rejects autonomy offer by Paris  The unruly island rejected a government offer of limited autonomy by a wafer-thin majority in a referendum

Evening News


  Baghdad   2 US soldiers killed
  Soldiers have been killed in separate attacks after their patrols came under attack


  Colorado   Bryant arrested
  LA Lakers star turned himself in to police and posted a $25,000 bond on a felony of sexual assault


  England     Row over 'sexed-up' Iraq dossier  A bitter row between Blair and the BBC has tested the British prime minister's credibility

  Singapore   Twins op in 'critical phase'  An international team of doctors say an operation to separate Iranians joined at the head has entered a critical phase

  London Navratilova wins 20th Wimbledon title  Navratilova is teaming with Leander Paes to defeat Ram of Israel and Rodionova of Russia 6-3, 6-3.

  London Clijsters and Sugiyama win doubles title  Belgian-Japanese duo picked up the Wimbledon women's doubles title, defeating Suarez and Ruano Pascual 6-4, 6-4

  Hong Kong Shock reversal for security law vote  Chief Executive Tung will delay a vote on a controversial law which prompted protests by hundreds of thousands

San Francisco Bay Area , July 6, 2003 Timeline