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B. 09-02 French MPs shown Syria 'evidence' Paris
C. 09-02 Vodafone sells stake to Verizon London
3. 09-02 Cuba-US swimmer nearing Florida
E. 09-02 NY baby in pushchair shot dead Brooklyn, New York
5. 09-02 Diana Nyad completes epic 110-mile Cuba-to-Florida, without shark cage Key West, Florida
G. 09-02 Brazil, Mexico summon U.S. ambassadors over espionage Brazil
H. 09-02 Turbulence hurts passengers on Spain-Brazil flight Fortaleza, Northeastern Brazil
09-02 More than 2m have fled Syria - UN Syria

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Sep.2   Paris   French MPs shown Syria 'evidence'
  French PM Jean-Marc Ayrault is presenting intelligence to MPs which he says shows Syria used chemical weapons


  London   Vodafone sells stake to Verizon   Vodafone has sold its 45% stake in Verizon Wireless to telecoms group Verizon Communications in one of the biggest deals in corporate history

  Florida   Cuba-US swimmer nearing Florida Map of Florida Straits Florida  US endurance swimmer Diana Nyad is approaching Florida, on her fourth attempt to become the first person to swim from Cuba without a shark cage

  New York NY baby in pushchair shot dead  Antiq Hennis, one, was shot in the face as gunfire rang out in the Brownsville area of Brooklyn at 19:20 on Sunday evening

  Western Australia NZ man escapes 'stalking' crocodile  A New Zealand tourist has returned to safety after being menaced by a crocodile off Western Australia for two weeks, an Australian report says

Day News


  Florida   Diana Nyad completes epic 110-mile Cuba-to-Florida, without shark cage
Map of Key West Florida
  The swimmer became the first person to swim the treacherous waters from Cuba without a shark cage two days after starting her 110-mile trek


  Brazil     Brazil, Mexico summon U.S. ambassadors over espionage  Brazil and Mexico summoned U.S. diplomats Monday after media reports that the United States had spied on their countries' presidents

  Northeastern Brazil Turbulence hurts passengers on Spain-Brazil flight  At TAM Airlines 12 passengers and crew members on the plane to Sao Paulo were injured and the aircraft was forced to make an unscheduled landing

Evening News


  Syria     More than 2m have fled Syria - UN
  More than two million Syrians are now refugees, with the total going up by half a million in the past three months, the UN refugee agency has said


  San Francisco Bay Area   New eastern span of Bay Bridge open  Lt. Gov. Gavin News performed the ceremonial chain cutting at the newly refurbished toll plaza with help from SF Mayo and Oakland Mayor
 Many challenges faced during the project, technical issues like the broken bolts and political battles over the span's design that led to escalating cost


  England English clubs smash spending record  Premier League clubs spent a record 630m in the summer transfer window, according to Deloitte's Sports Business Group

  Microsoft Microsoft to buy Nokia phones unit  Microsoft has agreed a deal to buy Nokia's mobile-phone business for 5.4bn euro ($7.2bn)

  New York Federer done at U.S. Open  Federer lost in the round of 16 at Flushing Meadows for the first time in a decade, beaten 7-6 (3), 6-3, 6-4 by 19th-seeded Tommy Robredo of Spain

  Grenada Ex-Grenada governor general Paul Scoon dies at 78  Paul Scoon, who was Grenada's governor general during the U.S. invasion of the small island in 1983, has died in his Caribbean homeland

  Mexico Police horses stampede on busy Mexico City avenue  30 police horses have stampeded down one of the capital's busiest avenues, injuring one person and damaging 11 cars

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