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05-09 US needs permission to interview bL wives Pakistan
2. 05-09 Alleged Libyan rape victim is in Qatar Qatar
D. 05-09 Weylandt killed in Giro crash Northern Italy
4. 05-09 Six killed in Yemen protests Taiz, Yemen
5. 05-09 UN concern over Syria crackdown UN
6. 05-09 Pakistan starts Bin Laden inquiry Abbottabad, Pakistan
H. 05-09 Memphis flood forces evacuations Memphis, Tennessee
I. 05-09 Canucks beat Predators to advance NASHVILLE, Tennessee
J. 05-09 Libya rebels 'push back troops' Misrata, Libya

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May.9   Pakistan     US needs permission to interview bL wives  Pakistan will allow the U.S. to question or take into custody the apparent wives of bin Laden only if their country of origin has been asked

  Qatar Alleged Libyan rape victim is in Qatar  The father of Eman al-Obeid was dragged away by officials loyal to Gadhafi after telling journalists that his troops had raped her

  Northern Italy Weylandt killed in Giro crash  Team Leopard rider Wouter Weylandt of Belgium has been killed after a horror crash on the third stage of the Giro d'Italia

  Yemen Six killed in Yemen protests  Yemeni security forces opened fire on protesters in Taiz on, killing at least six and injuring hundreds

Day News


  UN     UN concern over Syria crackdown  The UN has expressed concern about the situation in the southern Syrian city of Daraa as a government crackdown on dissent continues

  Pakistan Pakistan starts Bin Laden inquiry  Pakistan is to launch an investigation into how Osama Bin Laden was able to live in the garrison city of Abbottabad undetected

  Tennessee Memphis flood forces evacuations  The southern city of Memphis is coping with flood levels not seen since the 1930s, which have forced people from at least 1,300 homes

Evening News


  Tennessee Canucks beat Predators to advance  A pair of early goals sparked Vancouver's 2-1 win, ending the club's 17-year drought for the West finals

  Libya Libya rebels 'push back troops'  Rebels in the Libyan city of Misrata say they have pushed government troops back from its outskirts

  Washington U.S. presses China over human rights  In opening remarks at the third U.S./China Strategic and Economic Dialogue, U.S. repeatedly stressed differences over human rights

San Francisco Bay Area , May 9, 2011 Timeline