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Monday, June 19, 2006

Huntington N. 5 Homestead 0: Perfect timing for Vikings ace 

As soon as the ball shot off Jen Scutchfields bat toward center field, Emily Burnworth figured it was a hit.

Tiananmen Square Anniversary 
Chinese police arrested a number of people who tried to mark the 17th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square pro-democracy demonstrations. Discussion of the bloody 1989 crackdown on the student-led protest is still taboo in most of China.

Weather changes affect results 
SHIPPENSBURG -- It was like two completely different days for competition at the PIAA Track and Field Championships on Friday at Shippensburg University's Seth Grove Stadium.

What team more than the Giants needs a morale booster and respectful team player? They got one in Mark Sweeney. 
You believe pro baseball has lost its soul. The national pastime is past its time, you tell your friends, reciting the charges as a prosecutor would list counts of an indictment: Ticket prices that force you to sell your kidneys if you want a decent seat. Skull-cracking music between innings that ...

Royal Bank 'manager of the year' admits defrauding 21 million 
A FORMER award-winning banker was in jail last night and facing a lengthy prison sentence after he admitted a 21 million fraud, believed to be the biggest case of its kind in Scotland.

OECD warns on global imbalances 
The OECD warns that the global imbalances in world trade are unsustainable and must be tackled

Erdogan Says Turkey May Boycott EU Talks Over Cyprus (Update3) 
June 12 (Bloomberg) -- Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened to boycott European Union entry talks today as the EU presses Turkey to lift trade restrictions on Cyprus.

Lisa Allardice: talks to novelist Sarah Waters 
Sarah Waters is best known for her bodice-ripping lesbian Victorian novels - so her decision to tackle life in wartime Britain was a gamble. She talks to Lisa Allardice about her 'grisly' first attempts at writing and her undying love for Doctor Who.

Time Warner stops pushing synergy 
Last year, Sports Illustrated and AOL were heading toward a clash, the latest in a series of quarrels between Time Warner Inc.'s units. The magazine wanted to merge its Web site with the AOL Web portal to create a massive sports site. AOL refused, saying Sports Illustrated had little to offer.

Turkey Pursues EU Talks in Last-Minute Pact, Delaying Showdown 
June 12 (Bloomberg) -- Turkey pressed ahead with European Union entry talks after dropping a last-minute boycott threat, highlighting the obstacles to its decade-plus bid to join the EU.


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