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07-06 Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final Cape Town
C. 07-06 Queen Elizabeth praises U.N. efforts UN
D. 07-06 UK troops 'to move out of Sangin' Sangin, Helmand
E. 07-06 Obama and Netanyahu urge Mid-East talk Washington
F. 07-06 Lindsay Lohan jailed for 90 days Los Angeles
6. 07-06 Semenya cleared to race by IAAF Johannesburg
H. 07-06 Protesters lay siege to U.N. compound Colombo, Sri Lanka
8. 07-06 Sumo: 'Stables' searched in Japan probe Tokyo
J. 07-06 Colombian rebels killed in attack Colombia

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Jul.6   Cape Town     Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final Map of Cape Town
  The Netherlands reached their third World Cup final with a 3-2 win over Uruguay in a dramatic semifinal
 Sneijder scored his fifth goal in South Africa and van Bronckhorst added one of the goals. Robben also scored as the Dutch never looked troubled despite a late onslaught from the two-time champions


  UN     Queen Elizabeth praises U.N. efforts
  Britain's Queen addressed the United Nations for the first time in more than 50 years, saying she has witnessed a change, much of it for the better


  Helmand   UK troops 'to move out of Sangin'
Map of Sangin Afghanistan
  British troops in Afghanistan are to hand over responsibility for the Sangin area of Helmand province to US forces


  Washington     Obama and Netanyahu urge Mid-East talk
  US President has urged the Israelis and Palestinians to resume direct peace talks before a settlement freeze expires in September


  Los Angeles Lindsay Lohan jailed for 90 days  US actress and model Lindsay Lohan has been sentenced to 90 days in prison for violating her probation in a 2007 drug case

  Johannesburg Semenya cleared to race by IAAF  Caster Semenya was cleared to immediately return to track by the sport's governing body , ending a layoff while she underwent gender tests

Evening News


  Sri Lanka   Protesters lay siege to U.N. compound Map of Colombo Sri Lanka  Protesters led by a cabinet minister are demanding that the world body drop a probe into alleged human rights abuses in the separatist war

  Tokyo Sumo: 'Stables' searched in Japan probe  Tokyo Metropolitan Police searched sumo training facilities, or stables, as they continue to gather evidence on a widespread gambling scandal

  Colombia Colombian rebels killed in attack  Thirteen FARC rebels have been killed in an aerial bombardment, among them two leaders

  Tokyo Anti-whaling activist sentenced in Japan  Peter Bethune was given a 2-year suspended prison sentence and 5 years' probation by a district court judge for his role in boarding a whaling ship

  Hong Kong China bank on course for record IPO  Agricultural Bank of China is set to raise up to $22.1bn in the world's biggest initial public offering

San Francisco Bay Area , July 6, 2010 Timeline