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Test results expected in E. coli probe; German sprouts suspected

CNN International -
By the CNN Wire Staff Officials: Sprouts from central Germany are the likely cause of a deadly E. coli outbreak At least 22 people have died in Europe after the outbreak of a virulent E. coli strain Berlin (CNN) -- Test results expected Monday could ...
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Yemen, Syria and Middle East unrest - live updates

The Guardian -
Yemeni anti-government protesters throw a fellow demonstrator into the air after hearing the news that President Ali Abdullah Saleh had gone to Saudi Arabia for medical treatment.

20 hurt after tour bus, 2 other vehicles collide -
Chicago crash comes just days after 4 people killed, dozens hurt after bus overturns in Va. CHICAGO - A collision involving a tour bus and two other vehicles on a busy expressway near downtown Chicago sent 20 people to the hospital, officials said.

Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade has that 2006 look to him -
Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade talks to LeBron James during the fourth quarter of Game 3 of the NBA Finals at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX on June 5, 2011.

Nikkei breaks below months-old range, Tepco woes worsen

Reuters -
TOKYO, June 6 (Reuters) - The Nikkei average closed at an 11-week low on Monday as speculation that Tokyo Electric Power Co could enter court-led restructuring pummelled its shares and fanned bearish sentiment that set in after soft US ...

After days of lies and falsehoods, Casey Anthony trial starts 3rd week

CNN International -
On the second week, that ended Saturday, jurors had a front row seat to the vivid, yet imaginary, world the Florida mother created in the weeks after 2-year-old daughter Caylee disappeared in 2008.

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Israel to complain to UN over Syria generation of border violence

Ha'aretz -
Foreign Ministry spokesman says the complaint will focus on Syria's 'manipulation of its own citizens' to foment the violent clashes on the border which reportedly killed 23 Syrian protesters.

Latin Day Ahead: Humala Claims Victory in Peru Presidential Vote

Bloomberg -
Ollanta Humala claimed victory in Peru's presidential runoff as voters overlooked his past support for Venezuela's Hugo Chavez and rallied behind pledges to stamp out corruption and extend a mining boom to ...

Pakistani officials: Suspected US drone strike kills 17 militants

CNN International -
Islamabad, Pakistan (CNN) -- A suspected drone strike Monday killed 17 people in a volatile northwest Pakistani tribal region that borders Afghanistan, two Pakistani intelligence officials told CNN.

Portugal PSD wins vote, strong right govt seen

Reuters -
LISBON, June 6 (Reuters) - Portugal's centre-right PSD party was expected to work fast on Monday to form a majority coalition government with its traditional allies, the rightist CDS-PP, to implement the country's bailout programme.

Facebook Call Prompts Protest Marches in Vietnam Over Dispute With China

Bloomberg -
By Bloomberg News - Sun Jun 05 17:01:00 GMT 2011 Young Vietnamese, spurred by calls on Facebook and other social media, marched through Hanoi to protest China's recent actions in disputed territories in the South China Sea.

Sarah Palin: I didn't get facts wrong about Paul Revere

Detroit Free Press -
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin greets people in Boston's North End last week during a bus tour. On Sunday, she qualified statements she made last week about Paul Revere's ride.

He's back: Santorum runs as reliable conservative

The Associated Press -
WASHINGTON (AP) - Two decades ago, Rick Santorum took the House by storm as a freshman rabble-rouser who gave the complacent Republican leadership fits.

High winds threaten to blow wildfires across Arizona

CNN International -
(CNN) -- Crews battling one of the worst wildfires in Arizona history prepared Monday to hold a 30-mile line against the advancing blaze even as accelerating winds threatened to undo their efforts, officials said.

Airline industry's profit forecast slashed

Financial Times -
The world's major airlines will make a collective net profit of just $4bn this year compared with $18bn in 2010, the International Air Transport Association said.

Investors Show No Panic Signs So Far Despite Stopped Market

Financial Feed -
Slow job hiring has also slowed down the market, some believe the economy may fall into a double-dip recession. The Federal Reserve's stimulus program is about to end and the weak job data and 5% S&P 500 drop after May's high is 50% of the market's ...

GLOBAL MARKETS-Amid debt crisis and slowdown, euro may still rise

Reuters -
* Will central banks come to the rescue of global economy? (Recasts, updates prices, adds TEPCO) By Kevin Plumberg SINGAPORE, June 6 (Reuters) - The euro hit a one-month high on Monday, heading toward $1.50 ahead of a European Central Bank policy ...

IMF's verdict due on UK economy

BBC News -
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is due to deliver its verdict on the UK economy later. When the IMF last reported on the UK in November, it said the economy was "on the mend".

The murkiest WWDC ever

Fortune -
I've never see the Apple (AAPL) cognoscenti quite so confused. They're all in town for the Worldwide Developers Conference that opens Monday in San Francisco -- the first one since 2007 that doesn't ...

Nintendo Says Hacker Attack on Server Didn't Expose Customer Information

Bloomberg -
Nintendo Co., the world's largest maker of handheld video-game players, said a hacker attack targeting one of its servers didn't expose information about the company's customers.

Sony Pictures suffers another attack as security problems mount

The Tech Herald -
On Sunday, just days after releasing details and data on the attack against Sony Pictures in the US, LulzSec has posted the database structure from Sony Pictures' Russian portal.

Magid: At first glance, Windows 8 looks good

San Jose Mercury News -
I was optimistic but a little incredulous as I watched Microsoft's Windows President Steven Sinofsky and corporate Vice President Julie Larson-Green demonstrate Windows 8 at The Wall Street Journal's All Things Digital conference in ...

Twilight wins at MTV Movie Awards

BBC News -
Twilight has scooped the best movie gong at the MTV Movie Awards for the third year running. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse took home five awards, including best male and female performance for stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart.

X-Men mutate to top of box office

BBC News -
X-Men: First Class, the fifth film in the comic book franchise, has topped the North American box office in its opening weekend, taking $56m (£34.1m).

Derek Hough and Cheryl Cole `split` as she turns to ex-husband Ashley

Monsters and -
Celebrities arrive for the Fox Television Network 2011 Programming Presentation Upfront post-party, held at Wollman Rink inside of Central Park in NYC.

Nadal beats Federer for 6th French Open title -
AP Tennis Writer PARIS -- Regardless of the setting or the surface, Rafael Nadal confounds Roger Federer the way no other man can.

Stricker hangs on to win Memorial

Boston Globe -
AP / June 6, 2011 Stricker, who had never finished in the top 10 in his 11 previous trips to Muirfield Village, built a big lead with more flawless golf on the front nine, then relied on his silky putting stroke for two clutch pars to hang on for a ...

Nadal tops Federer for sixth French Open title -
Paris - Regardless of the setting or the surface, Rafael Nadal confounds Roger Federer the way no other man can. Put the two greats of the game on opposite ends of a court in a Grand Slam final - particularly at ...

New skin cancer treatments emerge

BBC News -
Two developments in skin cancer treatment have emerged at a conference of leading oncologists in Chicago. Scientists say a pill called Vemurafenib appears to give patients a greater chance of surviving longer than chemotherapy.

Ovarian Cancer Screening Does Not Cut Disease-Related Mortality

Medical News Today -
New data demonstrate that average-risk women who are screened for ovarian cancer using serum cancer antigen 125 (CA-125) and transvaginal ultrasound do not have a lower ovarian cancer mortality rate than women who receive usual care.


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