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05-16 Long-awaited Mladic war crimes trial begins Hague
2. 05-16 Facebook to sell 25% more shares San Francisco Bay Area
D. 05-16 Five Indian cricketers suspended after TV sting India
4. 05-16 Greeks withdraw cash on euro fear Greece
F. 05-16 Child actress, 14, among victims of crash Jomsom, Nepal
G. 05-16 Greek leftist attacks EU 'poker' Greece
H. 05-16 Robert F Kennedy Jr's wife dead Bedford, Upstate New York
I. 05-16 Mladic trial focus on Srebrenica Netherlands
9. 05-16 Spain set to pay more on bonds Spain

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May.16   Hague     Long-awaited Mladic war crimes trial begins
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  Ratko Mladic, who is accused of orchestrating a campaign of ethnic cleansing during the bloody civil war that ripped apart Yugoslavia, showed no remorse


  San Francisco Bay Area   Facebook to sell 25% more shares  Facebook says it will sell 25% more shares than first planned in its flotation in response to strong demand

  India Five Indian cricketers suspended after TV sting  TV channel's sting operation purportedly showed the domestic first-class cricketers discussing money to deliberately bowl no-balls and spot-fix matches

  Greece Greeks withdraw cash on euro fear  Greeks withdrew 700m euros from the country's banks in the week ending on Monday, according to the Greek president

  Nepal Child actress, 14, among victims of crash  A 14-year-old Indian actress, Taruni Sachdev, was among the passengers who died in Monday's plane crash in Nepal

Day News


  Greece     Greek leftist attacks EU 'poker'  Alexis Tsipras has accused the EU and Chancellor Merkel of 'playing poker with European people's lives' by insisting on austerity measures

  Upstate New York Robert F Kennedy Jr's wife dead  Robert F Kennedy Jr's estranged wife has been found dead at her home in New York state. 52-year-old had been discovered hanged

Evening News


  Netherlands     Mladic trial focus on Srebrenica   A war crimes trial of former Bosnian Serb army commander Ratko Mladic is to resume, with the prosecution focusing on the Srebrenica massacre in 1995

  Spain   Spain set to pay more on bonds  Spain's borrowing costs look set to spike on Thursday when the country's treasury sells up to 2.5bn euros of three- and four-year sovereign bonds

  Washington U.S. says it's ready to receive Chen  Chen Guangcheng has received passport applications for himself and his family

  Japan Rebuilding spurs Japan economy  The economy grew 1.0% between January and March compared with the previous 3 months, as government spending helped fuel a recovery

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