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07-11 US and France embassies attacked Syria
C. 07-11 Brown 'shocked' by new hacking claims London
3. 07-11 1 dead, 150 hurt at attack on protesters Hodeidah, Yemen
E. 07-11 Stock markets fall on debt fears European Union
5. 07-11 Obama warns on debt talks failure Washington
G. 07-11 Cyprus navy chief killed by blast Cyprus
7. 07-11 UK police to be quizzed on hacking London
8. 07-11 No Assad legitimacy, says Clinton Washington
9. 07-11 Four U.S. journalists arrested in Egypt Suez, Egypt

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Jul.11   Syria     US and France embassies attacked
  The US Secretary of State has said Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has 'lost legitimacy', amid diplomatic tension between the two countries


  London Brown 'shocked' by new hacking claims  The allegations that journalists from News International improperly obtained personal information about ex-PM

  Yemen 1 dead, 150 hurt at attack on protesters  Supporters of embattled president converged in Hodeidah and killed an anti-government protester and injured more than 150 others

Day News


  European Union   Stock markets fall on debt fears  European stock markets fell heavily, weighed down by fears that the eurozone's debt crisis is spreading. In Italy shares fell 4%

  Washington Obama warns on debt talks failure  Failure to raise the US debt ceiling could trigger another recession and throw millions out of work, President Obama has said

  Cyprus Cyprus navy chief killed by blast  Andreas Ioannides, was among 12 people killed when seized containers of gunpowder exploded its main base

Evening News


  London   UK police to be quizzed on hacking  2 current and 2 former Metropolitan Police officers will be quizzed by MPs about inquiries into phone-hacking at the News of the World

  Washington No Assad legitimacy, says Clinton  The US Secretary of State has said Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has 'lost legitimacy', amid diplomatic tension between the two countries

  Egypt Four U.S. journalists arrested in Egypt  Four American journalists were arrested Monday in Egypt while filming anti-government protests at the Suez Canal

  Afghanistan Sarkozy in Afghanistan to meet troops  French President Nicolas Sarkozy was in Afghanistan on a brief visit to meet with French troops

San Francisco Bay Area , July 11, 2011 Timeline