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06-15 Karzai issues warning to Pakistan Kabul
C. 06-15 Bush begins two-day visit to UK London
D. 06-15 Abbas: Israeli settlements threat to peace West Bank
4. 06-15 Spain stuns Sweden in injury time INNSBRUCK, Austria
5. 06-15 Federer cruises to Halle title victory HALLE, Germany
6. 06-15 Nadal beats Djokovic in thrilling final London
H. 06-15 Saudi oil output to rise in July Saudi Arabia
I. 06-15 Elian Gonzalez joins youth Communists Cuba
J. 06-15 King's palace becomes museum Nepal

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Jun.15   Kabul     Karzai issues warning to Pakistan
  Afghan President warned his troops would take their battle against Taliban across the border into Pakistan to prevent them launching attacks


  London     Bush begins two-day visit to UK  US President has begun a the visit that is expected to be his final European tour before he leaves office. He made a brief meeting with the Queen

  West Bank     Abbas: Israeli settlements threat to peace  Palestinian Authority President said that Israeli plans to build 1,300 homes in East Jerusalem pose the 'greatest obstacle' to Mideast peace

  Austria Spain stuns Sweden in injury time  David Villa is giving Spain a 2-1 win over Sweden that moved it to the verge of a place in the quarterfinals of the European Championship

  Germany Federer cruises to Halle title victory  World No.1 extended his unbeaten run on grass to 59 matches after beating Germany's Kohlschreiber 6-3 6-4 in the final of the Gerry Weber Open

  London Nadal beats Djokovic in thrilling final  Top seed claimed the first grass-court title of his career when he defeated Djokovic 7-6 7-5 in a final of the Artois tournament at Queen's Club

Day News


  Saudi Arabia   Saudi oil output to rise in July
  Saudi Arabia will increase its oil production by 200,000 barrels a day next month to meet growing world demand


  Cuba Elian Gonzalez joins youth Communists  The boy at the center of an international custody battle 8 years ago has joined Cuba's Young Communist Union

  Nepal King's palace becomes museum  New government has converted the opulent palace into a museum and unfurled the national flag as a symbolic move to signify the end of monarchy

  Geneva Comeback puts Turkey through  Turkey produced sensational comeback as Kahveci scored twice in a dramatic final 4 minutes to beat the Czech Republic 3-2 in Geneva

  Kosovo Serbs form rival Kosovo assembly  Serbia has defied the entry into force of a new Kosovo constitution by setting up a new parliament for minority Serbs

Evening News


  Argentina   Farmers renew protests  Thousands of farmers protesting grain export tax increases returned to road blockades nationwide, angry over a police crackdown

  Baghdad   Iraqi official rebukes al-Sadr threats  Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari sternly rebuked Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr's latest threats to establish a new fighting force to battle U.S. troops

  Luxembourg   EU meets to address Irish No vote  Foreign ministers are for talks on how to respond to the Irish rejection of the Lisbon reform treaty that has to be approved by all EU states

  Japan Honda starts zero-emission cars  Honda Motor has begun commercial production of its new zero-emission, hydrogen fuel cell midsize four-seat sedan, called the FCX Clarity

  London Brown and Bush in talks at No 10  US President is to meet Gordon Brown for formal talks at Downing Street to focus on the Middle East, on the second day of 2-day visit

  South Korea No deal at S Korea-US beef talks  Talks between Korean and US officials aimed at renegotiating a controversial beef import deal have ended without agreement

  Japan Japan, China reach gas exploration deal  Japan and China have agreed on a gas deal in the East China Sea, striking a compromise over a long-running bilateral row

San Francisco Bay Area , June 15, 2008 Timeline