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1. 06-14 NATO doesn't rule out bombing Rom. ruins Libya
C. 06-14 Rights group urges Bahrain to stop trials Bahrain
D. 06-14 Japan to hand out radiation meters to kids Fukushima, Northern Japan
06-14 'Huge suffering' from Sudan bombs South Kordofan, Southern Sudan
5. 06-14 Libya rebels edge west at Misrata Misrata, Libya
G. 06-14 Bernanke warning on US debt limit Washington
7. 06-14 Obama calls for Sudan ceasefire Washington
8. 06-14 UK urges S Lanka war crimes probe London
J. 06-14 Greece braces for general strike Greece

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Jun.14   Libya NATO doesn't rule out bombing Rom. ruins  NATO refuses to rule out bombing Libya Roman ruins. The president of S. Africa lashed out at NATO's enforcement of the U.N. resolution

  Bahrain Rights group urges Bahrain to stop trials  Human Rights Watch is urging Bahrain to stop special military court proceedings against those arrested during the country's anti-government's protests

  Northern Japan Japan to hand out radiation meters to kids  Officials of hard-hit city will begin handing out radiation measuring devices to 34,000 children in a plan to help calm fears about radiation

Day News


  Southern Sudan   'Huge suffering' from Sudan bombs Map of South Kordofan Southern Sudan
  The UN has accused the Sudanese government of carrying out an 'intensive bombing campaign' near the north-south border


  Libya Libya rebels edge west at Misrata  Rebels fighting to topple Col Muammar Gaddafi have been edging west from the city of Misrata as they try to advance towards Tripoli

  Washington Bernanke warning on US debt limit  The chairman of the US Federal Reserve has warned that the country's creditworthiness is at risk if its borrowing limit is not raised

Evening News


  Washington     Obama calls for Sudan ceasefire   US President Barack Obama has called for a ceasefire in Sudan, following an upsurge in fighting in the South Kordofan region

  London UK urges S Lanka war crimes probe  The UK Foreign Office has pressed Sri Lanka to investigate alleged atrocities during its civil war after 'horrific' footage aired in a TV program

  Greece Greece braces for general strike  Workers in Greece are due to stage a general strike, as the parliament meets to debate new austerity measures

San Francisco Bay Area , June 14, 2011 Timeline