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B. 06-03 Al Qaeda linked to Danish embassy attack Pakistan
2. 06-03 UN sets out food crisis measures Rome
3. 06-03 Mugabe could be stripped of knighthood London
4. 06-03 Ahmadinejad: West fueling food crisis Rome
F. 06-03 South Korea backs off importing U.S. beef South Korea
G. 06-03 Somalis: Worsening humanitarian crisis Somalia
06-03 Obama winner of Democratic race U. S. Midwest
I. 06-03 Quake children return to tent schools Sichuan
J. 06-03 Sex scandal F1 boss wins vote London


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Jun.3   Pakistan   Al Qaeda linked to Danish embassy attack  Denmark's intelligence service: Al Qaeda or one of its affiliates was likely behind the blast outside the Danish embassy in Pakistan

  Rome   UN sets out food crisis measures  General Secretary Ban Ki-moon has urged nations to seize an 'historic opportunity to revitalise agriculture' as a way of tackling the food crisis

  London Mugabe could be stripped of knighthood  British officials have not ruled out revoking the knighthood of Zimbabwean President

  Rome Ahmadinejad: West fueling food crisis  Iranian President blamed the West for the current food crisis and suggested the formation of a global organization to regulate the food market

  South Korea South Korea backs off importing U.S. beef  Agriculture minister: No U.S. beef will exported to S. Korea until the countries agree on limiting shipments to meat from cattle of a certain age

  Somalia Somalis: Worsening humanitarian crisis  Somalis called for the withdrawal of Ethiopian troops, saying their departure would accelerate a political settlement of Somalia's 18-year conflict

Day News

  U. S. Midwest     Obama winner of Democratic race
  Democratic presidential candidate has earned enough delegates to clinch his party's nomination, US media have projected
 On the final day of primary voting, Obama won the day's other primary, in Montana. Hillary Clinton, who is winning South Dakota, has refused to concede the election

  Sichuan     Quake children return to tent schools Map of Sichuan  The countrywide attempt to help the children who lost their schools back towards a normal routine

  London Sex scandal F1 boss wins vote  Max Mosley kept his position as the head of world motor sport after winning a vote of confidence called over allegations about his sex life

  Mexico Mexico install Eriksson as national coach  Former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson has been appointed Mexico's national soccer coach, ending contract with Manchester City

  Paris Nadal celebrates birthday with semi slot  Holder Rafael Nadal is crushing compatriot Nicolas Almagro to set-up a French Open semifinal clash against Novak Djokovic

  Washington Israeli warning over nuclear Iran  Speaking during a visit the Prime Minister has said Iran's nuclear program must be stopped by 'all possible means'

  Japan Space lab anchored to ISS  A team of astronauts have attached a $1bn 16-tonne Kibo, Japanese laboratory, to the International Space Station

  South Africa Group wraps 1,800-mile anti-malaria trip  The Roll Back Malaria expedition followed the river Zambezi through six countries in southern Africa

San Francisco Bay Area , June 3, 2008 Timeline