Context: Alaotra grebe, Madagascar, endemic, extinct, grebe
Context: Glastonbury Festival 2010, Gorillaz, U2
Context: Elton John, Mawazine, Morocco, Rabat
The Atlantis space shuttle touches down at Kennedy Space Center in Florida after what looks to have been its final mission.
Context: 1st congressional district, Charles Djou, Hawaii, US House of Representatives
Vehicles damaged in blast in southern province of Kandahar but no deaths reported.
Former Zambian Finance Minister Katele Kalumba is jailed for five years with hard labour for corruption.
International Criminal Court
The International Criminal Court reports Sudan to the UN Security Council for refusing to arrest two suspected Darfur war criminals.
Airline to close in three years to avoid asset claims from Kuwait over their 1990-91 war.
US citizen Lori Berenson, held in Peru for aiding a leftist guerrilla group, is released on parole after 15 years in prison.
Nuclear program of Iran
Brazilian president says Obama says one thing, does another
Iran and Russia clashed on Wednesday over Kremlin support for draft U.N. sanctions against the Islamic Republic, in one of the worst rows between the two powers since the Cold War.
The chief rabbi of a West Bank settlement prohibits women from standing in a local election, saying they must be heard through their husbands.
Context: Palestinian Authority, Palestinian municipal elections
Context: Fatah, Hamas, Iran, Mahmoud Abbas, Palestinian Authority, Palestinian municipal elections
Israeli jets launch a night time bombing raid on the Gaza strip injuring several people.
Context: Brandenburg, Neisse, Oder, continue to rise
Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi rejected opposition calls for a fresh election on Wednesday, after the Europe Union and the United States said his landslide victory did not meet international standards.
The anti-drug offensive in the Jamaican capital claims at least 44 lives as battles between police and gunmen continue.
International Criminal Court
Judges at the International Criminal Court want action on crimes committed during the Darfur crisis where more than 300,000 have died since 2003
Context: Afghanistan, Kunduz, Muslims, Taliban, poison gas
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