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06-28 Church official arrested in Vatican bank investigation Vatican
C. 06-28 China's west erupts in violence 2nd time in 3 days Xinjiang, Western China
3. 06-28 Iran leak probe 'targets US general' Washington
4. 06-28 Obama homage to 'hero' Mandela Pretoria, South Africa
5. 06-28 Iran nuclear chief dashes hopes of resolution Iran
G. 06-28 Heat wave bakes western US states Arizona
H. 06-28 Blackberry shares dive after loss Canada
8. 06-28 Violence erupts at Egypt protests Cairo
9. 06-28 California gay marriage ban lifted San Francisco Bay Area

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Jun.28   Vatican   Church official arrested in Vatican bank investigation  Monsignor Nunzio Scarano was arrested along with a financial broker and a member of Italy's secret service as an investigation into the Vatican bank

  Western China China's west erupts in violence 2nd time in 3 days  A tense minority region in China's far west erupted in violence, hours after the government called the earlier unrest a 'terrorist attack'

  Washington Iran leak probe 'targets US general'  Retired Marine General James 'Hoss' Cartwright is under investigation for allegedly leaking classified information about a covert cyber attack

Day News


  South Africa     Obama homage to 'hero' Mandela Map of Pretoria South Africa  US President is set to meet S. African President Jacob Zuma, as the country continues to hold prayers and vigils for ailing former leader Nelson Mandela

  Iran     Iran nuclear chief dashes hopes of resolution  Fereydoun Abbasi-Davani said production of nuclear fuel would 'continue in line with our declared goals'

  Arizona   Heat wave bakes western US states  Western US states are baking under an extended heat wave, with temperatures threatening to break the all-time high recorded on Earth

  Canada Blackberry shares dive after loss  Shares in smartphone maker Blackberry have dived after it reported an $84m loss for the three months to 1 June

  Cairo Violence erupts at Egypt protests  There have been deadly clashes as both supporters and opponents of President Morsi staged mass demonstrations across the country

  San Francisco Bay Area California gay marriage ban lifted  A US appeals court has lifted a ban on same-sex marriages in California, following a Supreme Court ruling

  Guatemala Plane crash in Guatemala kills 6  A plane has crashed in the mountains of western Guatemala, killing six men, at least two of them from Mexico

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  Washington   US travel warning over Egypt clashes   The US has warned Americans not to travel to Egypt and has told non-emergency diplomatic staff to leave, as clashes continued in the country

  Afghanistan West should have talked to Taliban - British general  The West should have tried talking to the Taliban a decade ago, Nick Carter, the UK's top general in Afghanistan, has said

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