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06-16 Bush and Brown in warning to Iran London
C. 06-16 Monsoon rains hinder aid effort Myanmar
D. 06-16 Oil at record near $140 a barrel New York
4. 06-16 Brazil humbled by 10-man Paraguay Paraguay
F. 06-16 EU vows to pursue Lisbon treaty Luxembourg
6. 06-16 Woods beats Mediate in dramatic playoff San Diego
H. 06-16 Bombs rips through mosque Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan
I. 06-16 Japan executes convicted killer Japan
9. 06-16 Ballack thunderbolt puts Germany through Austria

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Jun.16   London     Bush and Brown in warning to Iran
  Gordon Brown and George Bush have warned Iran to accept their 'offers of partnership' or face tough sanctions and international isolation


  Myanmar     Monsoon rains hinder aid effort  The rains are hindering relief efforts as humanitarian agencies attempt to get aid into the cyclone-ravaged country

  New York Oil at record near $140 a barrel  The price of crude hit $139.89 , a new high of close, despite Saudi Arabia agreeing to increase output in July

  Paraguay Brazil humbled by 10-man Paraguay  Ten-man Paraguay shocked Brazil 2-0 and remained atop the South American standings in 2010 World Cup qualifying

Day News


  Luxembourg   EU vows to pursue Lisbon treaty
  EU foreign ministers have agreed to keep the reform treaty alive despite its rejection by Irish voters


  San Diego     Woods beats Mediate in dramatic playoff Map of San Diego  Tiger Woods completed a staggering U.S.Open victory by defeating fellow-American Rocco Mediate in a marathon playoff at Torrey Pines

  Pakistan Bombs rips through mosque  A bomb exploded near the outer wall of the Shiite mosque, killing at least four people and wounding five others

  Japan Japan executes convicted killer  45-year-old Tsutomu Miyazaki was hanged for killing and mutilating young girls in the late 1980s. In 1997, a court found Miyazaki guilty

  Austria Ballack thunderbolt puts Germany through  Michael Ballack booked Germany's place in the quarterfinals of Euro 2008 after his free-kick earned a 1-0 victory in Group B clash against Austria

  Central Africa Food crisis destroys progress in Africa  The Africa Progress Panel : Rising global food prices threaten to destroy years of economic progress in Africa and drive 100 million into poverty

Evening News


  Western China   Police out as torch hits Xinjiang Map of Xinjiang China  Security was tight as the Olympic torch began passing through mainly Muslim Xinjiang region, on a highly sensitive part of its trip to Beijing

  San Francisco Bay Area First California gay couples wed  Dozens of homosexual couples have married shortly after the state was permitted to grant them marriage licences for the first time

San Francisco Bay Area , June 16, 2008 Timeline