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09-13 Floods kill more than 200 in Pakistan Sindh, Pakistan
2. 09-13 Militants fire on U.S. Embassy Kabul
3. 09-13 U.S. hikers jailed in Iran may be released Iran
4. 09-13 'Moderate Islam' to guide Libya Libya
F. 09-13 6 killed, 170 hurt in bus-train wreck Buenos Aires, Argentina
G. 09-13 US poverty rises to record high Washington
H. 09-13 Troops close in on Kabul gunmen Kabul
8. 09-13 Former president Menem absolved Argentina
J. 09-13 Pop art pioneer Hamilton dies at 89 London

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Sep.13   Pakistan   Floods kill more than 200 in Pakistan Map of Sindh Pakistan
  Heavy rains and flooding in Pakistan's southeastern Sindh province has killed some 226 people over the past month


  Kabul   Militants fire on U.S. Embassy
  Afghan and coalition forces battled Taliban who launched 3 brazen assaults, including a attack on the U.S. Embassy and NATO's command
 The strike in central Kabul and two other assaults across the city left residents unnerved. 3 police officers have died and others have been injured in the violence


  Iran     U.S. hikers jailed in Iran may be released
  Two American hikers sentenced to eight years in prison for espionage and illegal entry into Iran may be released 'in a couple of days'


  Libya 'Moderate Islam' to guide Libya  Mustafa Abdul Jalil outlined his plans to create a modern democratic state based on 'moderate Islam' to thousands of flag-waving supporters

  Argentina 6 killed, 170 hurt in bus-train wreck  The first train rammed into a bus at a street-level train crossing, causing the train to derail, where it was struck by a second train

Day News


  Washington   US poverty rises to record high
  The number of Americans living in poverty rose to 46.2 million in 2010, nearly 1 in 6 people, according to the Census Bureau's annual report


  Kabul   Troops close in on Kabul gunmen   Afghan and international forces are closing in on the last insurgents who attacked the US embassy, Nato HQ and police buildings

  Argentina Former president Menem absolved  An Argentinian court absolved former President Carlos Menem on Tuesday of charges that he violated international weapons embargoes

  London Pop art pioneer Hamilton dies at 89  Richard Hamilton, regarded as a pioneer in the field of Pop art, has died at the age of 89 following a short illness

  Milan Last-gasp Milan hold Barca  A 93rd minute Thiago Silva goal salvaged a late draw for AC Milan as they held Barcelona in their opening Champions League Group H match

  al-Zawahiri al-Zawahiri releases 9/11 message  New al Qaeda leader has apparently released a message, in which he praises the Arab Spring as a 'devastating blow' to the United States

Evening News


  Kabul   Troops end Kabul day-long attack
  Afghan forces have killed the last insurgents who attacked the US embassy, Nato HQ and police buildings, after a 19-hour stand-off


  France   Moody's downgrades French banks  Rating agency has downgraded Credit Agricole and Societe Generale whose shares have dived on fears of their exposure to the eurozone crisis

  China   Chinese man kills four with axe Map of Gongyi Henan China  A man armed with an axe has killed a young girl and three adults in a Chinese city, media reports say

  Kashmir   Bus rolls into Kashmir gorge; 20 dead Map of Srinagar India  A dozen others injured in a traffic accident Tuesday in Indian-administered Kashmir beside the Jammu-Srinagar highway

  Japan Possible N. Korean defectors sail to Japan  Coast Guards found a small wooden boat drifting off Japan's western coast with 9 men, women and children on board

San Francisco Bay Area , September 13, 2011 Timeline