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B. 07-19 UK lawmakers grill Murdoch, ex-editor London
C. 07-19 Syrian forces shoot at funeral procession Homs, Syria
D. 07-19 Whistleblower's death 'non-suspicious' England
4. 07-19 Somalis flock to largest refugee camp Dadaab, Kenya
07-19 UN to declare famine in Somalia Somalia
G. 07-19 Strauss-Kahn daughter questioned France
H. 07-19 Police accused of hacking failures London

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Jul.19   London   UK lawmakers grill Murdoch, ex-editor
  News Corp. magnate Rupert Murdoch and his son, James, said were not to blame in a burgeoning scandal
 Media tycoon apologises as he appears before UK MPs


  Syria Syrian forces shoot at funeral procession  Security forces opened fire Tuesday on an afternoon funeral procession for people slain in the restive city of Homs the day before

  England Whistleblower's death 'non-suspicious'  Investigators have found no sign of foul play in the death of Sean Hoare

  Kenya Somalis flock to largest refugee camp  4,000 to 5,000 Somalis arrive each week at this complex of three refugee camps in Kenya's North Eastern Province

  Japan Japan bans beef shipment from Fukushima  Japan is banning all shipments of cattle raised in the prefecture amid fears that the meat may have been contaminated from radiation

Day News


  Somalia   UN to declare famine in Somalia
  The United Nations is set to declare a famine in parts of Somalia as it suffers the worst drought in more than half a century


  USA 'Hackers' held in US, UK, Netherlands  Most of the arrests were in the US, where the FBI said 16 people had been held for alleged computer hacking

  France Strauss-Kahn daughter questioned  French investigators have questioned Camille Strauss-Kahn about an allegation that he attempted to rape a French writer

Evening News


  London   Police accused of hacking failures  The Met Police are accused of a 'catalogue of failures' over the News of the World phone-hacking inquiry in a damning report by MPs

  Helmand Nato to hand over key Afghan city  British troops in volatile Helmand province are preparing to hand control of the city of Lashkar Gah to Afghan security forces

  Chile Ex-Chilean president's death was suicide  Chile's Legal Medical Service confirmed Tuesday that the cause of Salvador Allende's death in 1973 was suicide

  USA Heat-wave 'kills 13 people' across US  A heat-wave blanketing the US heartland in humidity has claimed the lives of 13 people

San Francisco Bay Area , July 19, 2011 Timeline