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B. 07-01 Strauss-Kahn accuser has credibility issue New York
C. 07-01 Novak Djokovic reaches Wimbledon final London
3. 07-01 Chavez illness sparks power struggle Venezuela
E. 07-01 NBA: Players locked out after cash row USA
5. 07-01 Royals attend Canada Day events Ottawa, Canada
6. 07-01 Morocco votes on constitutional reforms Morocco
H. 07-01 Body in US pool 'unseen for days'
07-01 Judge releases Strauss-Kahn New York
9. 07-01 Hundreds of thousands in protests Syria


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Morning News

Jul.1   New York     Strauss-Kahn accuser has credibility issue  In a revelation so serious that it could collapse the case, prosecutors will notify a court of troubling credibility issues with the woman

  London     Novak Djokovic reaches Wimbledon final Map of Wimbledon United Kingdom  Novak Djokovic reached the final for the first time and will take over as world #1 after battling past France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in four sets

  Venezuela   Chavez illness sparks power struggle  With no heir-apparent to presidency waiting in the wings, politicians are jockeying for power as Chavez undergoes medical treatment in Cuba

  USA NBA: Players locked out after cash row  The lockout will continue until a new collective bargaining agreement is reached with the National Basketball Players Association

  Canada Royals attend Canada Day events  The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are attending a citizenship ceremony near Ottawa to mark Canada Day

  Morocco Morocco votes on constitutional reforms  Moroccans began voting in a referendum on reforms that would weaken the king's powers and boost those of the government

  Massachusetts Body in US pool 'unseen for days'  Authorities are trying to find out how a body lay unnoticed in a swimming pool for more than 2 days as the public continued to use the facility

Day News

  New York     Judge releases Strauss-Kahn
  A judge released Strauss-Kahn from house arrest, after prosecutors presented evidence questioning the credibility of the hotel maid

  Syria     Hundreds of thousands in protests
  Hundreds of thousands of people have taken part in anti-government protests across Syria, despite the ongoing crackdown on dissent

  London     Nadal knocked out Andy Murray Map of Wimbledon United Kingdom  Novak Djokovic is reaching the Wimbledon final, and he will get a chance to beat the man he is replacing - defending champion Rafael Nadal

  Monaco Monaco prince weds Olympic star  Prince Albert II of Monaco and S. African swimmer Charlene Wittstock have got married in a civil ceremony in the tiny principality

  Libya Defiant Gaddafi threatens Europe  Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has threatened to attack Europe in revenge for Nato's operations in Libya

  Iraq Iraq takes over billions in oil revenue  Iraq took control of billions of dollars in oil revenues set aside by the U.N. following the 2003 U.S.-led invasion that toppled Saddam

Evening News

  France     Strauss-Kahn allies eye comeback   Allies of former IMF chief have said he could make a political comeback in France now he has been freed from house arrest in the US

  Morocco Moroccans approve king's reforms  Moroccans have approved constitutional reforms put forward by Mohammed VI in response to recent pro-democracy protests

  Bahrain Bahraini Shia party to join talks  Talks between the government and opposition are scheduled to being, as the king tries to placate the majority Shia community

San Francisco Bay Area , July 1, 2011 Timeline