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07-16 Murdoch ad apologizes for 'wrongdoing' London
2. 07-16 UK PM's Murdoch press links defended London
D. 07-16 Vanendert wins 14th stage; Voeckler leads PLATEAU DE BEILLE, France
E. 07-16 Alaskans trafficked walrus tusks Alaska
5. 07-16 Austria mourns Empire's last heir Vienna, Austria
6. 07-16 Violence erupts in eastern Syrian town Albu Kamal, Northern Syria
7. 07-16 Clinton praises Turkish leadership Istanbul
I. 07-16 Los Angeles 'averts traffic gridlock' Los Angeles
J. 07-16 Peru shock Colombia in Copa Cordoba, Argentina

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Jul.16   London   Murdoch ad apologizes for 'wrongdoing'
  Rupert Murdoch apologized to the British public with full-page advertisements in 7 national newspapers


  London   UK PM's Murdoch press links defended   British Foreign Secretary William Hague says David Cameron is 'not embarrassed' by the extent of his dealings with News International

  France Vanendert wins 14th stage; Voeckler leads  Belgian rider Jelle Vanendert won the stage of the Tour de France, and French cyclist Thomas Voeckler retained the leader's yellow jersey

  Alaska Alaskans trafficked walrus tusks  Two Alaskans have pleaded guilty to illegally trading the tusks of about 100 walruses with Eskimo hunters

  Austria Austria mourns Empire's last heir  The funeral of the last heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Otto von Habsburg, is taking place in the Austrian capital

  Northern Syria Violence erupts in eastern Syrian town  At least one person was killed Saturday when Syrian security forces opened fire on protesters in the easterm town of Albu Kamal

  Istanbul Clinton praises Turkish leadership  U.S. Secretary of State also urged the government to improve its record on freedom of expression and equal protection for all citizens

Day News


  Los Angeles   Los Angeles 'averts traffic gridlock'  Residents appear to have escaped 'carmageddon' from the closure of a key stretch of highway during one of the city's busiest weekends

  Argentina Peru shock Colombia in Copa  Peru is claiming a shock 2-0 last eight victory. After a goalless 90 minutes, Peru scored the opening goal 11 minuites into extra time

  Washington Obama in debt deal crisis talks  US President Barack Obama has held further private meetings with congressional leaders aimed at averting a US default

Evening News


  Washington     Obama met with Dalai Lama
  China spoke out strongly against a meeting between U.S. President and the Dalai Lama, saying it 'hurt the feelings of the Chinese people'


  Somalia   UN flies aid to Islamist Somalia Map of Baidoa Somalia  The UN has made its first aid delivery to drought victims in areas of controlled by al-Qaeda-linked militants since they lifted an aid ban

  Southern Afghanistan Man in Afghan uniform kills NATO soldier  NATO says it is investigating an attack by a man wearing an Afghan army uniform who opened fire on International Security Assistance Forces

San Francisco Bay Area , July 16, 2011 Timeline