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B. 07-08 IMF warns on global economic recovery Global
2. 07-08 Court move ahead of spy 'swap' New York
3. 07-08 Arrests in Norway 'al-Qaeda' plot Norway
4. 07-08 US and Russia agree on 'spy exchange' Washington
F. 07-08 U.S. missile subs deployed near China China
G. 07-08 Cuba dissident ends hunger strike Cuba
H. 07-08 Cavendish wins Tour Stage 5 MONTARGIS, France
8. 07-08 Russian spies plead guilty in U.S. court New York
07-08 Woman won't be stoned to death Iran

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Morning News


Jul.8   Global     IMF warns on global economic recovery
  The risk of a slowdown in the global economic recovery has risen sharply, but governments should continue planning to tighten fiscal policy


  New York Court move ahead of spy 'swap'  Ten suspected Russian spies are being moved to New York to face charges ahead of a possible prisoner swap

Day News


  Norway   Arrests in Norway 'al-Qaeda' plot
  Three people - a Uighur from China, an Iraqi and an Uzbek - have been arrested in connection with a plot to bomb targets in


  Washington   US and Russia agree on 'spy exchange'  The US is to deport 10 people who spied for Moscow in exchange for four people convicted of espionage in Russia

  China U.S. missile subs deployed near China  Ohio-class submarine for decades carried only nuclear missiles targeted against the Soviet Union

  Cuba Cuba dissident ends hunger strike  Cuban dissident Guillermo Farinas ends a long hunger strike after the government announces it is to free 52 political prisoners

  France Cavendish wins Tour Stage 5  Britain's Mark Cavendish broke down in tears after winning the fifth stage of the Tour de France for his first victory in this year's race

  New York Russian spies plead guilty in U.S. court  10 suspects will be expelled from the United States in short order in exchange for the release of 4 Russian prisoners accused of spying for the U.S.

Evening News


  Iran     Woman won't be stoned to death
  The government is denying that a woman will be executed by stoning, though her death sentence may still be carried out by some other method


  Austria     US and Russian 'spy exchange' under way   The US has deported 10 Russian agents as part of a prisoner exchange deal with Moscow. A flight carrying the five men and five women left New York

  Ohio LeBron 'King James' picks Miami Heat  NBA superstar, who has played forward for the Cleveland Cavaliers all his career, announced that he will take his high-priced services to the Heat

  UN Security Council U.N. to condemn sinking of S. Korean ship  The council is set to formally condemn the action -- but not a particular nation -- for the March sinking of a South Korean warship, the Cheonan

  New York U.S. expels Russian intelligence gatherers  Ten Russians allegedly involved in intelligence gathering were expelled, leaving on a flight chartered by the Russia government to Vienna

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