Wikinews:Audio Wikinews/Template/June 13, 2005/News Brief 0500
Audio Wikinews transcript – 2005 06 13 – 0500 UTC 
As reported by Nathan Reed
This is your WikiNews Brief for June 13, 2005 at 0500 UTC
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Iraqi police discover 20 bodies
Iraqi police officals report that the decomposing bodies of twenty men have been found in a shallow grave in Nahrawan near Baghdad.
The men, who were aged between 20 and 50 were thought to have died quite some time ago. Police have not yet been able to identify the bodies, because of their actual physical state. And reports indicate that their was no identification found at the scene.
Correspondents for the UK news agency, the BBC, say that their is an increasing number of unexplained murders in and also around Baghdad, with bodies frequently dumped on the side of the road.
Pink Floyd will reunite to play London's Live 8
Organizers of the upcoming London Live 8 concert have announced that legendary rock band Pink Floyd plans to perform on July 2. Guitarist David Gilmour, bassist Roger Waters, drummer Nick Mason, and keyboardist Richard Wright will play their first performance together since playing at Earls Court, London in 1981.
The band will come together, along with other musical acts such as Coldplay, Elton John, and Paul McCartney for this event. Live 8 is a series of free concerts at each of the G8 nations organized by Bob Geldof. These concerts, set on the 20th anniversary of Geldof's Live Aid, have been planned to support the Make Poverty Happy campaign, which aims to reduce African poverty.
Fossett set to recreate first non-stop transatlantic flight
American millionaire and adventurer Steve Fossett and his co-pilot Mark Rebholz are planning to recreate John Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown's historic first non-stop transatlantic flight of 1919.
Following the original route, the pair hope to leave Lester's Field in Newfoundland, Canada next weekend and fly to Clifden on the west coast of Ireland. They intend to land at the Ballyconneely golf links near the Irish town. However, the date of departure, 19th June, is very much weather dependent because the pilots will be relying solely on the sun and stars for direction — no instruments are being used for navigation.
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