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1. 11-13 Lebanon approves court amid crisis Beirut
2. 11-13 S. Ossetia: 99% back independence South Ossetia
D. 11-13 S Lanka 'recruits child fighters' Sri Lanka
E. 11-13 Suicide bomber kills 10 on bus Shaab, Baghdad
F. 11-13 Train crash kills 27 Cape Town
11-13 Shabir to lead Palestinian government Gaza
7. 11-13 Blair challenges Iran and Syria to help London
I. 11-13 U.S.: Senior al Qaeda leader captured Bagram, Afghanistan

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Nov.13   Beirut   Lebanon approves court amid crisis
  Depleted government has approved a draft setting up an international tribunal to try suspects in the assassination of Hariri


  South Ossetia   S. Ossetia: 99% back independence Map of South Ossetia  Europe's human rights organization questioned those results

  Sri Lanka S Lanka 'recruits child fighters'  United Nations: the government forces have been recruiting children to fight against the Tamil Tiger rebels

  Baghdad Suicide bomber kills 10 on bus  A bomber wearing an explosives belt blew himself up inside a bus in the Shaab neighborhood

  Cape Town Train crash kills 27  A truck pulling a trailer packed with farm workers stalled on the tracks near Cape Town. The train rammed the trailer

Day News


  Gaza   Shabir to lead Palestinian government
  Mohammed Shabir, 60, a U.S.-educated university professor, has been named to lead a future unity government


  London     Blair challenges Iran and Syria to help
  British Prime Minister challenged Iran and Syria to help stabilize Iraq or face isolation


  Washington     Bush maintains tough line on Iran  The US government has indicated there will be no softening of the stances on Iran and Syria

  Afghanistan U.S.: Senior al Qaeda leader captured  Abu Nasir al-Qahtani escaped last year from Bagram prison. He was among six people arrested during a raid by coalition

  Vietnam Vietnam off US religion blacklist  The list is published annually by the state department and includes China, Sudan, Iran and North Korea

Evening News


  New Delhi S Asia rivals resume peace talks  India and Pakistan have begun their first talks since the bombings in Mumbai in July

  Zimbabwe Country short on food  The United Nations food agency has scaled down food distribution in Zimbabwe, because of a shortage of donor funds

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