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1. 11-11 Police kill football fan Arezzo, Turin
C. 11-11 Russian oil tanker breaks in two Kerch Strait, Russia
D. 11-11 Musharraf: I am safeguarding Pakistan Pakistan
E. 11-11 Children die in violence Mogadishu, Somalia
11-11 Five ships sink in storms; 23 missing Kerch Strait, Russia
6. 11-11 Fans rampage after killing Lazio, Rome
H. 11-11 Turmoil raises concern for nukes Pakistan
8. 11-11 Henin retains title over Sharapova Madrid

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Nov.11   Turin   Police kill football fan Map of Arezzo Italy
  A fan has been shot during a fight when police intervened to quell violence between fans of Roman team Lazio and Turin-based Juventus


  Russia   Russian oil tanker breaks in two
Map of Kerch Strait Russia
  A tanker split in two during a fierce storm, spilling some 560,000 gallons of fuel into a strait leading to the Black Sea
 The storm sank three other ships


  Pakistan     Musharraf: I am safeguarding Pakistan   Musharraf said that elections will go ahead in January despite a state of emergency that he said was needed to tackle extremists and ensure elections

  Shanghai Mickelson wins HSBC Champions  After nearly blowing a tournament, Phil Mickelson rallied to take the tournament on the second hole of a 3-way playoff against Fisher and Westwood

  Somalia Children die in violence  Neighborhoods in Mogadishu were deserted, after 17 civilians were brutally killed in the wake of fighting between Somali troops and Islamic insurgents

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  Russia   Five ships sink in storms; 23 missing
Map of Kerch Strait Russia
  At least 2 sailors died and 23 were missing when 5 ships sank in storms in the Black Sea and the Azov Sea
 The strong winds and high surf caused the Volgoneft-139 to split, spilling up 560,000 (1,000 tons) gallons of fuel oil. The weather was hampering efforts to control the spill in the Kerch Strait that separates the Black Sea from the Sea of Azov


  Rome   Fans rampage after killing
Map of Lazio Italy
  Football fans have reacted violently inside and outside stadiums following the police shooting of Gabriele Sandri, 26, a Lazio supporter


  Pakistan     Turmoil raises concern for nukes  Global security experts expressed concern that Pakistan's nuclear arsenal could wind up in the hands of Islamic radicals

  Madrid Henin retains title over Sharapova  Holder Justine Henin retained the Sony Ericsson Championships in Madrid, fighting back to defeat Sharapova 5-7 7-5 6-3 in 3 hours, 24 minutes

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  Cambodia Key Khmer Rouge figures arrested  Police have arrested former Foreign Minister Ieng Sary and his wife to face charges of crimes against humanity and war crimes

San Francisco Bay Area , November 11, 2007 Timeline