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09-12 Turks approve new constitution Turkey
2. 09-12 Iran 'to release US hiker on bail' Iran
D. 09-12 Cigarettes, electricity on way to miners Copiapo, Chile
E. 09-12 25 die in Chihuahua state on single day Chihuahua, North Mexico
5. 09-12 Imam: Koran burning 'would be disaster' New York
G. 09-12 Deadly Israeli shelling hits Gaza Gaza
H. 09-12 Alonso claims Monza win Northern Italy
8. 09-12 Clashes in Guinea ahead of poll Conakry, Guinea
9. 09-12 New protests over austerity cuts Greece

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Sep.12   Turkey     Turks approve new constitution
  Voters have given strong backing to constitutional changes. 58% had voted 'Yes' to amending the constitution
 The government wants to bring the constitution more in line with European Union standards. The opposition says that the governing party, which has its roots in Islam, is seeking control over the judiciary


  Iran   Iran 'to release US hiker on bail'  Iranian authorities are ready to release Sarah Shourd, one of the three US hikers detained last year

  Chile     Cigarettes, electricity on way to miners Map of Copiapo Chile  The 33 men have received a power line that will allow them to install electric lights in their shelter 2,300 feet underground

  North Mexico 25 die in Chihuahua state on single day  Seven of the victims were women and girls and two were 15 years old. 14 of the fatalities took place in three incidents in one hour

  New York Imam: Koran burning 'would be disaster'  The imam leading efforts to build an Islamic centre near Ground Zero says plans by a church to burn Korans would have sparked 'a disaster'

  Gaza Deadly Israeli shelling hits Gaza  At least three Palestinians have been killed by shell fire near the border between Israel and the strip

  Northern Italy Alonso claims Monza win  Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso secured an emotional victory for Ferrari at their home Italian Grand Prix

  Guinea Clashes in Guinea ahead of poll  Clashes between opposing political parties in Guinea's capital have left one person dead and at least 50 injured

  Greece New protests over austerity cuts  As Greece backs away from the brink of bankruptcy, protesters lashed out against Prime Minister Papandreou

  Caribbean Hurricane Igor intensifies in Atlantic Ocean  Igor was packing maximum sustained winds of up to 105 mph. The center of the storm was about 1,145 miles east of the Leeward Islands

Day News


  Istanbul   United States crowned world champions  The United States made a comfortable 81-64 victory over host nation Turkey. Kevin Durant was the man of the tournament

  Switzerland Central bankers agree new rules  Central bank governors and senior regulators have agreed new rules designed to prevent a repeat of the recent financial crisis

Evening News


  North Mexico   Drug kingpin 'El Grande' captures
Map of Puebla Mexico
  Mexican marines have captured Sergio Villarreal, an alleged top leader of the Beltran Leyva cartel, who is known to Mexican officials as 'El Grande'


  Turkey     Turkish vote gets world backing  The US and Germany have welcomed the result of the Turkish constitutional referendum

  Jerusalem PM: compromise on settlements possible  Benjamin Netanyahu, who has stopped well short of agreeing to a continued freeze on building, indicated he might be willing to compromise

  Japan Japan 'frees Chinese fishermen'  Japanese authorities have released the crew of a Chinese fishing trawler seized last week in the East China Sea

  Chad 70,000 homeless in flooding  Twenty-four people have been killed and 29 others injured. Forty-six others have died from cholera that broke out in the wake of the floods

San Francisco Bay Area , September 12, 2010 Timeline