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06-08 Williams clinches French Open title Paris
C. 06-08 Afghan 'insider attack' kills troops Paktika, Afghanistan
D. 06-08 'Suicidal' man caused China bus fire Xiamen, Southern China
4. 06-08 France 'to dissolve' far-right group Paris
F. 06-08 Car bomb kills 7 people in central Syrian city Homs, Syria
6. 06-08 Swedish Princess Madeleine weds New York banker Stockholm, Sweden
H. 06-08 Hungary floods prompt evacuation Gyorujfalu, Hungary
8. 06-08 Ankara protesters clash with police Ankara, Turkey

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Morning News


Jun.8   Paris   Williams clinches French Open title  World #1 Serena Williams won a 2nd French Open title 11 years after her first with a convincing win over defending champion Sharapova

  Afghanistan   Afghan 'insider attack' kills troops Map of Paktika Afghanistan  Two US soldiers and an American civilian have been killed in a possible insider attack in eastern Afghanistan, the Nato-led force says

  Southern China 'Suicidal' man caused China bus fire  A suicidal man started a fire on a packed commuter bus in south-eastern China that killed 47 people, state media report.

  Paris France 'to dissolve' far-right group  The French government is to take steps to break up the Revolutionary Nationalist Youth (JNR). Allegedly linked to the death of a left-wing activist

  Syria Car bomb kills 7 people in central Syrian city  A suicide bomber detonated his explosives-laden car in the city of Homs, tearing through an area largely populated by the regime's Alawite sect

  Sweden Swedish Princess Madeleine weds New York banker  Madeleine has said 'yes' to New York banker Christopher O'Neill in a lavish and emotional wedding ceremony in Stockholm

  Hungary Hungary floods prompt evacuation  The authorities have been evacuating people from a village in western Hungary as a precaution against flooding along the River Danube

Day News


  Southern California     Obama-Xi talks focus on economy Map of Palm Springs USA  Economic and environmental issues dominated the second day of a summi, but cyber-security was also on the agenda

  Turkey Ankara protesters clash with police  Police in the Turkish capital Ankara have used tear gas and water cannon on demonstrators as anti-government protests get into a second week

  Sudan Sudan orders South Sudan oil pipeline closed  Sudan's official news agency says the country's president has ordered the closure of pipelines exporting South Sudanese oil

Evening News


  South Korea     Officials from two Koreas hold talks
Map of Panmunjom South Korea
  Officials from North and South Korea are holding their first government-level talks in more than two years


  Southern California     Obama-Xi summit 'constructive'
  US President and Chinese leader have ended a two-day summit described by a US official as 'unique, positive and constructive'


  Australia     Boat with up to 60 migrants sinks en route to Australia Map of Christmas Island Australia  A boat has capsized in the Indian Ocean, with 13 people confirmed dead and no survivors found by the fourth day of searching

  Chicago Kane hat trick sends Blackhawks to Cup finals  Kane scored his third goal of the game 11:40 into the second overtime period and the Blackhawks beat the defending champion Kings 4-3

  Eastern Libya Deadly clashes after Libya protest  At least 25 people have died in Benghazi in eastern Libya, in clashes that erupted during protests outside a militia headquarters

  South Africa Second night for Mandela in hospital  Former South African President Nelson Mandela has spent a second night in hospital where he is being treated for a lung infection

  Beijing Liu Xiaobo's brother-in-law jailed  A court in China has sentenced Liu Hui, the brother-in-law of imprisoned Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo to 11 years in jail on fraud charges

San Francisco Bay Area , June 8, 2013 Timeline