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09-08 Dozens feared dead in blasts Maharashtra, India
C. 09-08 Suicide bomb hits US convoy Kabul
D. 09-08 Israel ends sea blockade of Lebanon Lebanon
4. 09-08 Natascha abductor buried secretly Austria
5. 09-08 Saddam 'had no link to al-Qaeda' U.S. Senate
6. 09-08 Missing U.S. major found Kyrgyzstan
7. 09-08 Sudan will free Tribune reporter Sudan
I. 09-08 Sharapova beat Mauresmo 6-0, 4-6, 6-0 New York
J. 09-08 Henin fights back to sink Jankovic New York

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Sep.8   India   Dozens feared dead in blasts
Map of Maharashtra India
  At least 31 people, mostly worshippers at Islamic prayers, were killed in a Muslim-majority town in western India


  Kabul     Suicide bomb hits US convoy
  A car bombing has killed at least 16 people, as NATO military chiefs prepared to discuss a plea for more troops


  Lebanon Israel ends sea blockade of Lebanon  UN: European warships began patrolling off the coast to prevent the entry of weapons for Hezbollah

  Austria Natascha abductor buried secretly  Wolfgang Priklopil, 44, has been buried under a false name in an undisclosed location to deter vandals

Day News


  U.S. Senate   Saddam 'had no link to al-Qaeda'  Senate report: There is no evidence of formal links between Iraqi ex-leader and al-Qaeda leaders prior 2003

  Kyrgyzstan Missing U.S. major found  An Air Force officer was found alive in Kyrgyzstan, telling people who helped her that she had been kidnapped

  Sudan Sudan will free Tribune reporter  Pulitzer Prize-winning Paul Salopek was held on spying charges after entering Sudan without a visa

  New York Sharapova beat Mauresmo 6-0, 4-6, 6-0  The third-seeded set up a U.S. Open final against No. 2 Justine Henin-Hardenne

  New York Henin fights back to sink Jankovic  Second seed recovered from a set and 4-2 down to beat 19th seed 4-6 6-4 6-0 and reach the U.S. Open final

  Denmark Paper reprints Holocaust cartoons  A Danish newspaper has printed cartoons commissioned by Iran after Muhammad cartoons triggered protests

Evening News


  Pakistan   Source: Mullah Omar in Pakistan
  The one-eyed Taliban leader, who heads the religious militia, is living in Pakistan


  Bolivia Anti-reform protests  Opposition leaders in wealthier eastern regions say a one-day strike was a huge success

  India Town buries bomb victims  Muslims have begun burying their relatives after bomb attacks near a mosque killed 37 people

  Baghdad 14 people killed  14 bodies showing signs of torture were found around the capital

San Francisco Bay Area , September 8, 2006 Timeline