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09-19 Gulf well permanently plugged, U.S. says Louisiana
C. 09-19 Terror suspect arrested at airport Amsterdam, Netherlands
3. 09-19 Swedes go to the polls in historic election Sweden
E. 09-19 Bermuda feels wrath of Hurricane Igor Bermuda
5. 09-19 China halts top-level Japan ties Beijing
6. 09-19 Sweden narrowly re-elects right Sweden
7. 09-19 Pinera speaks with trapped miners Copiapo, Chile
I. 09-19 Fatal shooting at German hospital Loerrach, West Germany
J. 09-19 Serbia wins Davis Cup semifinal Belgrade


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Morning News

Sep.19   Louisiana     Gulf well permanently plugged, U.S. says
  Officials formally declared an end to the worst oil spill in U.S. history, afternearly five months of hopes and criticism of nearly everyone involved
 The Interior Department agency that regulates offshore drilling pronounced the well dead. Pressure tests confirmed the cement was holding

  Netherlands     Terror suspect arrested at airport Map of Amsterdam Netherlands
  A terror suspect of Somali origin was arrested early Sunday at Schiphol International Airport in Amsterdam

  Sweden   Swedes go to the polls in historic election  A non-socialist government appeared headed for re-election to a second term, a first in the country's political history

  Bermuda   Bermuda feels wrath of Hurricane Igor Map of Bermuda  Bermuda was experiencing hurricane-force wind gusts ahead of the arrival of Hurricane Igor, which could make a direct hit on the island

  Beijing China halts top-level Japan ties  China has suspended top-level exchanges with Japan in a row over the detention of a Chinese ship captain following a collision near disputed islands

Day News

  Sweden     Sweden narrowly re-elects right
  Governing centre-right alliance has been re-elected, but is short of an overall majority. PM Reinfeldt's 4-party coalition won 173 seats out of 349

  Chile     Pinera speaks with trapped miners Map of Copiapo Chile  Chilean President Sebastian Pinera paid a visit to a mine where 33 miners have spent more than a month about 700 meters underground

  West Germany Fatal shooting at German hospital  A woman armed with an automatic weapon has shot dead one person at a hospital in Germany before being killed by police. A police officer injured

  Belgrade Serbia wins Davis Cup semifinal  Serbia will face France in the final after a tense 3-2 semifinal victory over the Czech Republic in front of a passionate home support

  Tribal Areas Water conflict leaves dozens dead  A water dispute in tribal region has led to over two weeks of fighting between Mangal and Tori tribes and dozens of deaths

  India Floods kill 63 people in two days  At least 63 people have been killed from flooding and landslides in northern India. Authorities have evacuated about 5,000 people to safety

Evening News

  Helmand   UK troops leave Helmand's Sangin
Map of Sangin Afghanistan
  Control of the area was formally handed over from UK forces to the US Marine Corps at 0630 BST

  Australia   Australia warns of terror at India Games  Australia warned its citizens Monday that next month's Commonwealth Games in India carry a 'high risk of terrorism'

  Colombia Colombian forces kill 22 rebels  Colombian security forces say they have killed at least 22 Farc rebels in fighting near the Ecuadorean border

  Sweden Swedish far right enters assembly  The anti-immigration Sweden Democrats has won seats in parliament for the first time, denying the governing centre-right coalition an overall majority

  Chile Pinera accused of playing politics  Some of the families camped outside the San Jose mine fear President Sebastian Pinera may be playing politics with the rescue operation

  Bermuda Hurrciane passes just west of Bermuda  The mammoth of a hurricane Igor has reached its closest point to Bermuda, as winds and rain continued to pummel the island into Monday morning

San Francisco Bay Area , September 19, 2010 Timeline