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10-07 Berlusconi immunity law overruled Rome
C. 10-07 Scientists: massive ring around Saturn USA
3. 10-07 Pirates attack navy ship 'in error' Somalia
4. 10-07 Sex braggart gets 5 years, 1,000 lashes Saudi Arabia
F. 10-07 Tsunami warning in south Pacific Vanuatu, Melanesia
G. 10-07 UN defends Afghan election role UN
7. 10-07 Blast outside India embassy Kabul
I. 10-07 Nearly 1 in 4 people worldwide is Muslim Global
J. 10-07 Typhoon lashes Japan on landfall Tokyo


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Morning News

Oct.7   Rome     Berlusconi immunity law overruled
  Italy's constitutional court has overturned a law granting Prime Minister immunity from prosecution while in office

  USA   Scientists: massive ring around Saturn
  Scientists at NASA have discovered a nearly invisible ring around Saturn, so large that it would take 1 billion Earths to fill it

  Somalia     Pirates attack navy ship 'in error'  The pirates mistook a French ship involved in an anti-piracy operation for a commercial vessel

  Saudi Arabia Sex braggart gets 5 years, 1,000 lashes  A court sentenced Mazen Abdul Jawad who caused uproar by bragging about his sex life on TV to five years in prison and 1,000 lashes

Day News

  Melanesia   Tsunami warning in south Pacific
Map of Vanuatu Melanesia
  A warning has been issued for 11 nations in the south-west Pacific, including Papua New Guinea, after a 7.8 earthquake off Vanuatu

  UN UN defends Afghan election role  The United Nations has again been forced to defend its role in presidential elections after the Washington Post published voter turnout data

Evening News

  Kabul   Blast outside India embassy
  At least 7 people have been killed and more than 60 injured in a large explosion near the interior ministry office and the Indian embassy

  Global   Nearly 1 in 4 people worldwide is Muslim  Extensive new study: India, a majority-Hindu country, has more Muslims than any country except for Indonesia and Pakistan

  Tokyo   Typhoon lashes Japan on landfall Map of Tokyo  Typhoon Melor has made landfall in Japan for the first time in two years, causing widespread disruption south-west of Tokyo

  Amazon TV host who ordered killings is on run  Wallace Souza, a former state legislator who allegedly dealt drugs and ordered rivals killed, is missing and considered a criminal fugitive

  Southern India Flood victims find destruction  A blanket of water hides the devastation. Miles of villages, small cities, and farmland are spoiled by standing flood water

San Francisco Bay Area , October 7, 2009 Timeline