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05-13 Mexican police find 49 mutilated bodies Nuevo Leon, North Mexico
C. 05-13 Top Afghan peace negotiator shot dead Kabul
3. 05-13 Opposition: Shelling, gunfire across Syria Hama, Syria
E. 05-13 Man City win Premiership after 44 years Manchester, Northern England
F. 05-13 Election blow for Merkel - polls Ruhr
6. 05-13 Drone strikes kill suspected al Qaeda militants Mareb, Yemen
H. 05-13 Serena blitzes Azarenka 6-1, 6-3 to win Madrid Madrid
8. 05-13 8 NATO forces killed in 3 days Afghanistan
J. 05-13 Race crash kills UK speedway rider Wroclaw, Poland

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May.13   North Mexico   Mexican police find 49 mutilated bodies Map of Nuevo Leon Mexico
  Mexican authorities found at least 49 bodies in the state of Nuevo Leon. A message left on a wall nearby appeared to refer to the Zetas drug cartel
 The remains were left along the road in Nuevo Leon state, between the cities of Monterrey and Reynosa. A message written on a wall nearby appeared to refer to the Zetas drug cartel


  Kabul   Top Afghan peace negotiator shot dead
  Arsala Rahmani was ex-Taliban minister and a key member of Afghanistan's High Peace Council, which negotiates a deal with the Taliban


  Syria     Opposition: Shelling, gunfire across Syria Map of Hama Syria  Terror gripped cities across Syria as residents came under attack by shelling and gunfire. Many homes caught fire as Syrian forces stormed Hama

  Northern England   Man City win Premiership after 44 years Map of Manchester United Kingdom  Manchester City scored two injury-time goals to see off QPR and win the Premier League title in dramatic style

  Ruhr     Election blow for Merkel - polls Map of Ruhr  Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives have suffered heavy losses in an election in Germany's most populous state, exit polls suggest

  Yemen Drone strikes kill suspected al Qaeda militants  A pair of U.S. drone strikes killed 11 suspected al Qaeda militants in Mareb province, part of a continuing air campaign targeting the terror organization

  Madrid Serena blitzes Azarenka 6-1, 6-3 to win Madrid  Serena Williams overpowered Victoria Azarenka 6-1, 6-3, leaving her top-ranked opponent so exasperated she smashed her racket to the ground

  Afghanistan 8 NATO forces killed in 3 days  Two service members with NATO's International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan were killed Sunday

  Poland Race crash kills UK speedway rider  International speedway rider Lee Richardson has died following a crash in Poland, aged 33

  Barcelona Maldonado takes maiden Grand Prix win  Pastor Maldonado grabbed his first F1 victory as the Venezuelan impressively held off Ferrari's Fernando Alonso to win the Spanish Grand Prix

  Western Canada 5 killed in collision of 2 small planes over Canada  Both planes involved were single-engine aircraft. One was en route to La Ronge from Regina. The other was traveling to St. Brieux from Calgary

Day News


  San Francisco Bay Area   Yahoo CEO Thompson quits his post
  The chief executive of computer firm Yahoo has stepped down, amid accusations that a fake computer science degree was included on his CV
 He has been replaced by global media head Ross Levinsohn. The firm is close to agreeing a truce with activist shareholder Daniel Loeb, who discovered Thompson's mistake


  Tennessee Clippers advance with 82-72 win over Grizzlies  Clippers' gritty Game 7 vs. Grizz propels them to second round

  Madrid Federer wins Madrid Open  Roger Federer came from behind to beat Tomas Berdych to win his third Madrid title and equal Rafael Nadal's record of 20 Masters titles

Evening News


  Greece     Greek far left rejects more talks   The leader of far-left party Syriza will not attend coalition talks on Monday, reports say, plunging Greece into further political disarray

  Panama   Castaway sues over rescue failure  A Panamanian fisherman who survived 28 days adrift in the Pacific is suing the owners of a cruise ship that sailed past

  NATO Nato pressed over Libya deaths  A leading human rights organisation has urged Nato to investigate fully the deaths of civilians in air strikes in Libya last year

San Francisco Bay Area , May 13, 2012 Timeline