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B. 09-16 President's supporters rally Taiwan
2. 09-16 Body lures soldiers to booby-trapped car Baghdad
3. 09-16 VP backs U.N. troops in Darfur Sudan
4. 09-16 US opens fresh Afghan offensive Afghanistan
F. 09-16 Hurricane powers towards Mexico Mexico
09-16 Pope 'sorry' for offence to Islam Vatican
H. 09-16 Pakistan and India to resume talks Cuba
I. 09-16 Six bombs explode, killing 4 Thailand
J. 09-16 Left names own 'president' Mexico


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Morning News

Sep.16   Taiwan   President's supporters rally
  Organisers hope to counter a protest in the capital demanding Chen's resignation, which attracted 320,000 people

  Baghdad   Body lures soldiers to booby-trapped car  2 Iraqi soldiers were killed after they unwittingly approached a car to check on a body planted in the front seat

  Sudan VP backs U.N. troops in Darfur  First Vice President Salva Kiir is the head of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement

  Afghanistan US opens fresh Afghan offensive  Coalition forces have begun a major operation against Taleban in the south-east of the country

  Mexico Hurricane powers towards Mexico  The Lane has strengthened into a Category 3 storm as it roars towards Pacific coastline

Day News

  Vatican     Pope 'sorry' for offence to Islam
  Benedict XVI and expressed his respect for Muslims faith and 'sorry' for offence to Islam

  Cuba Pakistan and India to resume talks  Pakistan's Pervez Musharraf and India's Manmohan Singh met on the sidelines of the Non-Aligned Summit

  Thailand Six bombs explode, killing 4  The bombs exploded, one every 5 minutes, in Hat Yai, just hours after a government-sponsored peace rally

Evening News

  Mexico   Left names own 'president'
  Mexican leftists declared their candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador their 'legitimate president'

  Rome     Security tight for Pope blessing  Security has been tightened ahead of Benedict XVI's first public appearance since making comments offensive by Muslims

  Global   Protesters call for Darfur action  Protesters demanding an end to conflict in the region are staging a day of demonstrations around the world

  Baghdad   Ring of trenches considered for Baghdad  Iraqi government: Digging security trenches around the city could help stop the daily suicide bomb attacks

San Francisco Bay Area , September 16, 2006 Timeline