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08-03 President Mugabe re-elected amid fraud claims Zimbabwe
C. 08-03 2 arrested in case of missing American woman Nepal
3. 08-03 9 Afghans killed in suicide bombing on Indian consulate Jalalabad, Afghanistan
4. 08-03 Germany ends info sharing pact with Britain, U.S. Berlin
5. 08-03 Twitter boss 'sorry' to abused women London
6. 08-03 Iran installs Rouhani as president Tehran
H. 08-03 New Zealand recalls dairy products over botulism New Zealand
8. 08-03 Diplomatic push to end Egypt crisis Cairo
J. 08-03 70 killed by flash floods in Afghanistan

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Aug.3   Zimbabwe     President Mugabe re-elected amid fraud claims
  Mugabe's Zanu-PF party has won a two-thirds majority in parliament after Wednesday's election, Zimbabwe's electoral commission announced
 Mugabe, 89, won 61% of the vote, against Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's 34%


  Nepal   2 arrested in case of missing American woman  Aubrey Sacco from Colorado went trekking alone three years ago in Nepal, against her parents' advice, and disappeared

  Afghanistan     9 Afghans killed in suicide bombing on Indian consulate Map of Jalalabad Afghanistan  Three suicide attackers killed at least nine civilians, most of them children, in a botched attack Saturday on the Indian consulate in an eastern Afghan city

  Berlin Germany ends info sharing pact with Britain, U.S.  Germany has canceled a decades-old agreement with Britain and the United States, in the wake of controversy sparked by Edward Snowden

  London Twitter boss 'sorry' to abused women  The boss of Twitter UK has said sorry to women who have experienced abuse on the social networking site

  Tehran Iran installs Rouhani as president  Cleric Hassan Rouhani has officially replaced Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as president of Iran

  New Zealand New Zealand recalls dairy products over botulism  New Zealand's main dairy exporter, Fonterra, has found a strain of bacteria causing botulism in some of products, including infant formula and sports drinks

Day News


  Cairo Diplomatic push to end Egypt crisis  US and EU envoys have been meeting officials from Egypt's military-backed government and supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi

  Kabul 70 killed by flash floods in Afghanistan  Flash flooding ravaged areas around Afghanistan's capital, killing more than 70 people and destroying dozens of houses

  NW Pakistan At least 17 die in Pakistan monsoon rains  At least 17 people were killed across Pakistan on Saturday after heavy monsoon rains caused flooding and roofs to collapse

  Northern Japan Quake shakes northeastern Japan, no tsunami risk  A strong 6.0 earthquake shook northeastern Japan on Sunday in the same region devastated by a giant tsunami and temblor 2-1/2 years ago

Evening News


  Washington   US and UK concern over Zimbabwe vote   The US and UK have expressed concerns after Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe won a seventh term in office amid claims of electoral fraud

  Honduras Honduras troops take over at prison  Honduras has sent troops to take control of the main prison near the capital Tegucigalpa after three inmates were killed in a riot

San Francisco Bay Area , August 3, 2013 Timeline