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B. 08-19 25 soldiers killed in a Sinai ambush Sinai
C. 08-19 Pistorius charged with premeditated murder Pretoria, South Africa
D. 08-19 Russia battles huge far east flood Amur, Russian Far East
08-19 Egypt Muslim Brotherhood leader held Nasr City, Cairo
5. 08-19 Scotland Yard: David Miranda detention legally sound London
6. 08-19 CIA admits role in Iran's 1953 coup CIA
H. 08-19 California to force-feed prisoners California
8. 08-19 Musharraf charged over Bhutto case Pakistan
J. 08-19 New leak from storage tank at Japan nuclear plant Fukushima, Northern Japan

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Aug.19   Sinai   25 soldiers killed in a Sinai ambush Map of Sinai
  Egypt remained a powder keg Monday, with 25 soldiers killed in an ambush and onetime ruler Hosni Mubarak winning acquittal on a corruption charge


  South Africa     Pistorius charged with premeditated murder Map of Pretoria South Africa  Oscar Pistorius will go on trial on March 3, accused of premeditated murder in the death of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp

  Russian Far East Russia battles huge far east flood  More than 20,000 people have been evacuated from flood-stricken areas in Russia's far east, where the Amur river has burst its banks after heavy rain

Day News


  Cairo   Egypt Muslim Brotherhood leader held
Map of Nasr City Egypt
  The spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, General Guide Mohammed Badie, has been arrested in Cairo, Egyptian officials say


  London Scotland Yard: David Miranda detention legally sound  Using the Terrorism Act to detain the partner of a Guardian reporter who wrote about US and UK security services was 'legally and procedurally sound'

  CIA CIA admits role in Iran's 1953 coup  Released documents for the first time acknowledged CIA key role in ousting democratically elected Prime Minister, Mohammad Mossadeq

  California California to force-feed prisoners  A district court judge has given state authorities permission to force-feed dozens of prisoners who have been on hunger strike for more than 6 weeks

Evening News


  Pakistan     Musharraf charged over Bhutto case
  Ex-President Pervez Musharraf has been indicted on 3 charges over the 2007 assassination of opposition leader and former PM Benazir Bhutto


  Northern Japan New leak from storage tank at Japan nuclear plant  The operator of Japan's tsunami-crippled nuclear power plant says about 300 tons of highly radioactive water have leaked from a storage tank there

  Australia Asylum-seeker boat carrying 105 sinking off Australia  An asylum-seeker boat carrying 105 people has begun sinking north of the Australian territory of Christmas Island with a rescue operation underway

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