10 June 2014

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Five U.S. soldiers killed in Afghan friendly-fire incident, police say (41)
KABUL - Reuters Five U.S. servicemen were killed in southern Afghanistan in a friendly-fire air strike during a security operation, Afghan police said on Tuesday, days before a run-off round in the country's presidential election. The International Security Assistance Force said the casualties occurred on Monday when the unit came into contact with enemy forces.
South Korean ferry crew face hostile crowd (29)
Previous Back to World Home Fifteen crew members from the sunken South Korean ferry have appeared in court before hostile spectators to enter pleas on charges of negligence and failing to save more than 300 dead or missing passengers. The crew members stood with bowed heads before three Gwangju District Court judges, while families of the victims struggled to contain their fury.
Police: Gunman kills student in school shooting (18)
The Associated PressJune 10, 2014 Updated 9 minutes ago 2014-06-10T17:39:12Z The_Associated_Press Facebook Twitter Google Plus Reddit E-mail Print Recent Headlines 8 UPS employees claim racial discrimination 9 minutes ago Man charged with breaking into Bullock's home 13 minutes ago Changing trends will keep veterans care evolving 13 minutes ago Puget Sound anchor might be from 1792 expedition 19 minutes ago
Storm in western Germany kills six, disrupts transport (20)
Duesseldorf airport shuts down, some roads impassable Reuters Duesseldorf: At least six people were killed in storms that swept Germany's most populous state late on Monday, forcing Duesseldorf airport to shut down, felling trees and leaving some roads impassable. After a scorchingly hot three-day holiday weekend, thunderstorms, strong winds and heavy rain pounded the western state of North Rhine-Westphalia,
Islamic militants 'capture' Iraq's second city Mosul (19)
Iraq's prime minister Nuri al-Maliki has asked parliament to declare a state of emergency in the country after Sunni Islamist insurgents took control of most of the country's second largest city, Mosul in a daring military raid. Militants from the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant and their allies overran a military base and freed hundreds of prisoners earlier today.
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