Wikinews:Audio Wikinews/Template/June 12, 2005/News Brief 1930
Audio Wikinews Brief transcript – 2005 06 12 – 1930 UTC 
As reported by Nathan Reed
June 12, 2005. This is Wikinews News Brief for 1930 UTC.
Breaking News 
G8 finance ministers agree on deal to relieve debts of 18 poorest nations
The finance ministers of the G8, the world's eight richest countries, have agreed to a deal to relieve the debts of 18 of the poorest countries in the world. The International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and the African Development Fund will write off all of the money owed to them by the selected countries. The countries are Benin, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guyana, Honduras, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Nicaragua, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia.
Lula's future in the hands of Brazilian Parliament
The government of Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is in a severe political crisis. The crisis began after the exposure of a series of scandals which involve the Workers' Party, the Brazilian ruling party. According to members of the Brazilian Court, President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva may be subjected to an impeachment process, if there is some proof that he is really envolved in the alleged scandals or if it can proven that he was acting with negligence.
Report finds FBI missed multiple chances to stop 9/11
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) missed several opportunities to uncover and to possibly stop the September 11 terrorist attacks against the United States, a report has found. The agency did not respond to leads and failed to follow up a theory that al-Qaeda was sending its members to US-based flight schools, it said. The report by the United States Department of Justice's Inspector General said that mistakes amounted to a "significant failure".
Mike Tyson set to retire after loss
Mike Tyson's boxing career appears to be over after the infamous fighter became fatigued against his journeyman opponent Saturday. Tyson later told the media he was quitting the sport to become a missionary. The former champ told reporters he is "going to look into [his] missionary work," according to Reuters. "There is some Christian missionary work that was interested in letting me come to Bosnia, go to Rwanda, go to different countries to help with aid and food for people that are in dire need."
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