News briefs:June 10, 2006
The time is 18:00 (UTC) on June 10th, 2006, and this is Audio Wikinews News Briefs.
- 1 Headlines
- 1.1 Second fire in 24 hours hits Muslim building in the Netherlands
- 1.2 Pilot with 9/11 links deported from New Zealand
- 1.3 Australian government to review censorship of "hate material"
- 1.4 Rebels blow up oil pipelines in Assam
- 1.5 Two teenagers killed in Greater Manchester
- 1.6 Shiv Sena activists disrupt news conference in Jammu
- 1.7 U S House of Representatives passes HR 5252 COPE Act
- 1.8 Plane lands safely in Seoul after losing radar, nose and windows in storm
- 1.9 England wins first match with 1-0 victory in Group B
- 1.10 All Blacks defeat Ireland in rugby
- 1.11 Scotland go down to South Africa in rugby
- 1.12 Oklahoma State men's golf wins 10th NCAA title
- 2 Closing statements
Just a few hours after a suspected arson fire was put out by fire crews, another fire hit the large Muslim building. The building has now been completely destroyed, a spokesman for the Dutch police said.
A Yemeni man linked to the September 11, 2001 attacks in the United States has been deported from New Zealand, only the second time that Section 72 of the Immigration Act is used to deport someone.
The Australian federal government is looking at reviewing censorship laws to ensure that so-called "hate material" is adequately censored. The government claims the review is required following the approval of eight publications and a film that allegedly promoted terrorism.
Normal life in the Asom continued to be disturbed for third day in a row on Saturday following the series of subversive activities engineered by the banned United Liberation Front of Asom(ULFA).
Two teenagers have been found shot to death in Salford, Greater Manchester. One of the victims is a 15-year old girl, the other victim is a male aged 18.
Shiv sena activists today disrupted a news conference of Syed Ali Shah Geelani, the leader of the break away fraction of the All Party Hurriyat Conference (APHC).
The United States House of Representatives with a vote of 321 yeas to 101 nays passed the COPE Act, HR 5252, at 10:05 pm, June 8, 2006.
An Asiana Airlines Airbus aircraft made an emergency landing Friday night and landed safely without its nose, radar and windows. The plane landed at the airport of Seoul.
sports – football or soccer
England beat Paraguay 1-0 in a bruising encounter among the shadows of the Commerzbank Arena, Frankfurt, Saturday.
sports - rugby
The All Blacks have defeated Ireland 34 points to 23 in rugby union at Waikato Stadium in New Zealand.
sports - rugby
The Springboks have defeated Scotland in a rugby test in Durban, South Africa.
sports - golf
The Oklahoma State University men's golf team won their 10th NCAA title last Saturday under first year head coach Mike McGraw.
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