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B. 06-03 Blair to press Bush on Africa England
C. 06-03 Puerta in paradise with final date France
D. 06-03 N. Korea demands U.S. apology North Korea
4. 06-03 Jackson jury begins deliberations Southern California
F. 06-03 Teenager Nadal knocks out Federer France
6. 06-03 Man charged in Belfast bar murder Northern Ireland
H. 06-03 US report warns key Gulf allies Gulf
06-03 Detainees, not soldiers, flushed Quran Guantanamo
J. 06-03 Rumsfeld: China needs freer government Singapore

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Morning News


Jun.3   England     Blair to press Bush on Africa
  The prime minister will try to sell his plans to lift Africa out of poverty and tackle global warming


Day News


  France   Puerta in paradise with final date  Mariano Puerta reached his first Grand Slam final hitting back to defeat gritty Davydenko 6-3 5-7 2-6 6-4 6-4

  North Korea     N. Korea demands U.S. apology  Vice President Cheney called Kim Jong Il 'one of the world's most irresponsible leaders'

  Southern California     Jackson jury begins deliberations  Jurors have retired to consider their verdict in the child abuse trial of the pop star

  France     Teenager Nadal knocks out Federer  The Spaniard beat Roger Federer 6-3 4-6 6-4 6-3 at the French Open to reach his first Grand Slam final

  Northern Ireland Man charged in Belfast bar murder  2 men are facing charges in connection to a January attack that left a man dead

  Gulf US report warns key Gulf allies  The US has said 8 more countries could face sanctions for failing to fight human trafficking

Evening News


  Guantanamo   Detainees, not soldiers, flushed Quran
  A U.S. military investigation at the Guantanamo has determined that detainees attempted to flush the Quran


  Singapore     Rumsfeld: China needs freer government
  Defense Secretary issued a blunt challenge to China at a regional security conference

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