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06-11 U.S.-led troops behind border deaths West Pakistan
2. 06-11 Cellar incest girl 'will recover' Austria
D. 06-11 14 still missing after air crash blaze Khartoum, Sudan
4. 06-11 War crimes fugitive arrested Serbia
F. 06-11 Bird flu find prompts mass slaughter Hong Kong
6. 06-11 Afghans seize 'largest drug haul' Southern Afghanistan
H. 06-11 US defends Afghan border strike Pentagon, Washington
I. 06-11 Cuba to abandon salary equality Cuba
9. 06-11 Papers give peek inside al Qaeda in Iraq Iraq

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Jun.11   West Pakistan   U.S.-led troops behind border deaths
  Pakistan has expressed outrage at an airstrike in a disputed region along the Afghan border which it says killed 11 of its forces


  Austria     Cellar incest girl 'will recover'  Kerstin Fritzl, the 19-year-old whose illness in April alerted the authorities to a major incest scandal, will make a full recovery

  Sudan   14 still missing after air crash blaze Map of Khartoum Sudan  The remaining 171 passengers on the Sudan Airways Airbus survived

  Serbia War crimes fugitive arrested  Serbian authorities arrested Bosnian Serb war crimes suspect Stojan Zupljanin, 56, who commanded Bosnian Serb police during the war

  Hong Kong Bird flu find prompts mass slaughter  Hong Kong officials plan to slaughter all live poultry in the territory's street markets after detecting the dangerous H5N1 bird flu virus

Day News


  Southern Afghanistan   Afghans seize 'largest drug haul'
  Afghan police working with British special forces have uncovered a drugs stash of 237 tonnes of hashish, world's biggest seizure of drugs


  Washington   US defends Afghan border strike Map of Pentagon USA  The Pentagon has said an air strike by US forces in the Afghan-Pakistani border was legitimate

  Cuba   Cuba to abandon salary equality  Vice-Minister for Labour: Cuba is to abolish system of equal pay for all and allow workers and managers to earn performance bonuses

  Iraq     Papers give peek inside al Qaeda in Iraq  The princes of al Qaeda's western command have been summoned to plot a campaign of suicide, rocket and infantry attacks

  Geneva Ronaldo puts Portugal into quarterfinals  Cristiano Ronaldo fires Portugal to a second successive victory at Euro 2008, inspiring a 3-1 triumph against the Czech Republic

  London Scolari named new manager of Chelsea  Chelsea named 59-year-old Portugal coach Luiz Felipe Scolari as it's new manager

  Beijing Taiwan, China open formal talks  Negotiators have opened their first formal talks in almost a decade, aiming to forge an agreement on expanded charter flights

  London Al Qaeda assessment left on train  Top-secret British intelligence documents came to be left on a commuter train by a senior civil servant in the Cabinet Office

  Switzerland Turks rain on Swiss Euro 2008 parade  Turkey snatched a last-gasp winner to eliminate Euro 2008 co-hosts and keep their own quarterfinal hopes alive with a 2-1 victory

Evening News


  Paris Key Afghan donor meeting  The Afghan government is to ask international donors to fund a $50bn reconstruction plan at a conference will be co-chaired by Afghanistan and UN

  Mexico Growers defend their tomatoes  Mexican growers and their government on called a U.S. warning against certain types of their tomatoes unjust

  Kenya Alarm raised for Amboseli lions  Conservationists raised the alarm that lions in the National Park face extinction within a few years unless action is taken to help them

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