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07-10 6 U.S. service members among 9 killed Afghanistan
C. 07-10 $1M Roman treasure unearthed England
D. 07-10 France stun holders Spain in Davis Cup Clermont Ferrand, France
E. 07-10 Rosetta probe passes space rock European Union
F. 07-10 Aid flotilla likely will not sail to Gaza Gaza
G. 07-10 Germany third at World Cup over Uruguay Port Elizabeth, South Africa
H. 07-10 BP in new attempt to plug oil leak Louisiana
8. 07-10 Marine picked to fill Petraeus' old job Washington
J. 07-10 Cuba 'starts freeing dissidents' Cuba

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Jul.10   Afghanistan     6 U.S. service members among 9 killed
  One service member died in an accidental explosion, one was slain in small-arms fire, and two died in bombings in eastern Afghanistan


  England   $1M Roman treasure unearthed  An amateur treasure hunter armed with a metal detector has found over 52,000 coins buried in field, one of the largest ever such finds in the UK

  France France stun holders Spain in Davis Cup  France has knocked defending champions Spain out of the Davis Cup in their quarterfinal match

  European Union Rosetta probe passes space rock   Europe's Rosetta probe swings by the 100km-wide Asteroid Lutetia, the largest space rock yet visited by a satellite

  Gaza Aid flotilla likely will not sail to Gaza  An aid flotilla intended to break Israel's naval blockade of Gaza likely will dock at another port, Israel says

Day News


  South Africa     Germany third at World Cup over Uruguay Map of Port Elizabeth South Africa  Three-time champions Germany finished third for the second successive World Cup after coming from behind to defeat Uruguay 3-2

  Louisiana     BP in new attempt to plug oil leak  BP has begun an operation to fit a tighter cap over by underwater robot its blown-out well in the Gulf of Mexico

  Washington Marine picked to fill Petraeus' old job  U.S. Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis, a controversial and leading general is in line to oversee the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan

  Cuba Cuba 'starts freeing dissidents'  Cuba has started releasing a group of political prisoners as part of a wider agreement to free dissidents

Evening News


  Cuba     Rare pictures show smiling Castro Map of Havana Cuba  New photographs show Fidel Castro greeting workers in Havana in a rare glimpse of the former Cuban leader.

  Japan Upper house vote tests Japan PM  Japan is voting in upper house polls being seen as a referendum on the 10 months of rule by the Democratic Party of Japan led by PM Naoto Kan

San Francisco Bay Area , July 10, 2010 Timeline