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1. 05-31 Clinton accuses Russia over Syria Syria
C. 05-31 Israel returns Palestinian bodies West Bank
D. 05-31 US economy slower than thought Washington
E. 05-31 Porn actor sought in body parts case Canada
F. 05-31 Kidnappers free U.S. tourists in Egypt Sinai
05-31 Mistrial declared in Edwards case
H. 05-31 Syria blames rebels for Houla massacre Houla, Syria
8. 05-31 Suu Kyi calls for help for Burma Thailand
9. 05-31 Egypt's state of emergency ends Egypt

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May.31   Syria     Clinton accuses Russia over Syria
  The US Secretary of State says Russian policy will contribute to a potential civil war in Syria


  West Bank   Israel returns Palestinian bodies  Israel has handed over to the Palestinian Authority the remains of 91 Palestinians who died carrying out attacks against Israel

  Washington US economy slower than thought  The US economy grew at an annualised 1.9% in the first three months of 2012, less than the 2.2% first thought

  Canada Porn actor sought in body parts case  A massive manhunt continued for Luka Rocco Magnotta, 29, a self-described porn star suspected of dismembering an acquaintance

  Sinai Kidnappers free U.S. tourists in Egypt  Two American tourists kidnapped Thursday in Egypt's Sinai region have been released

Day News


  North Carolina   Mistrial declared in Edwards case
Map of Greensboro North Carolina North Carolina
  The judge in the campaign finance trial of former presidential candidate John Edwards has declared a mistrial amid jury deadlock on most charges


  Syria     Syria blames rebels for Houla massacre
Map of Houla Syria
  A Syrian investigation into the Houla massacre has blamed the atrocities on rebels trying to provoke international intervention


  Thailand Suu Kyi calls for help for Burma  Speaking at the World Economic Forum, Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has called for help to meet the country's needs

  Egypt Egypt's state of emergency ends  Egypt's state of emergency, that gave security forces sweeping powers to detain suspects and try them in special courts, has ended after 31 years

Evening News


  London UK minister defends handling of BSkyB  Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt defended his conduct in the case of a bid by News Corp. to take over British satellite broadcaster BSkyB at a hearing

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