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1. 05-16 Israel 'to step up demolitions' Jerusalem
C. 05-16 Pope canonises pro-life heroine Vatican
D. 05-16 Powell chides Arafat's terror talk Jordan
4. 05-16 Clashes near Shia shrines Karbala, Iraq
F. 05-16 Federer wins Hamburg Masters Hamburg
G. 05-16 Violence mars presidential election Dominican Republic
H. 05-16 Congress Coalition back Sonia Gandhi New Delhi
05-16 Government fears hit shares Mumbai
J. 05-16 Massachusetts recognizes gay marriages Massachusetts


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Morning News

May.16   Jerusalem   Israel 'to step up demolitions'
  The army plans to destroy hundreds more homes in the Gaza Strip

  Vatican   Pope canonises pro-life heroine  Thousands attended the ceremony, which included the canonisation of six new saints

  Jordan     Powell chides Arafat's terror talk  'Ultimately reform must come within,' U.S. Secretary of State said at the World Economic Forum

  Iraq Clashes near Shia shrines  US troops have clashed with militiamen in Karbala, with tanks passing near 2 of the holiest sites of Shia Islam

  Hamburg Federer wins Hamburg Masters  Federer ended Guillermo Coria's streak of clay-court wins at 31

Day News

  Dominican Republic   Violence mars presidential election  The election was marred by the death of 3 people in a polling station shooting

  New Delhi   Congress Coalition back Sonia Gandhi  Coalition supporters of Congress Party have unanimously agreed to back Sonia Gandhi in her bid to become prime minister

Evening News

  Mumbai   Government fears hit shares
  Bombay Stock Exchange plummeted more than 15% amid fears that the new government could stall economic reforms

  Massachusetts   Massachusetts recognizes gay marriages
  Massachusetts has become the first state to issue marriage licences to gay couples

  South Korea   US 'moving Korea troops to Iraq'  South Korea's foreign ministry said the 2 governments were discussing the details of such a move

  Iraq Interim govt. likely won't oust troops  Iraq's government, to take charge in 45 says, will have the authority to order coalition to leave

  Dominican Republic Mejia concedes poll  President has conceded defeat in an election marked by an outpouring of public anger over the worst economic crisis

San Francisco Bay Area , May 16, 2004 Timeline