News briefs:June 5 and 6, 2010

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This is the Audio wikinew brief for the weekend of June 5 and June 6 of 2010. I'm Patrick Gillett and this is Wikinews.

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163 dead after lead poisoning in Nigeria[edit]

Naoto Kan elected new Prime Minister of Japan[edit]

MV Rachel Corrie seized by Israeli Naval Forces[edit]

Large fireball observed after object strikes Jupiter[edit]

WHO's reaction to H1N1 influenced by drug companies, reports claim[edit]

Cyclone Phet turns to Pakistan after hitting Oman[edit]

Obama nominates James Clapper for Director of National Intelligence[edit]

Facebook unblocked in Bangladesh[edit]

Australian rules football: Gippsland Football League heavyweights clash, Maffra go two games clear[edit]

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And those are the top story for the weekend of June 5 and June 6, 2010.

Please visit wikinews.org to get background info on the stories i have read and the Around the Grounds score for the Gippsland Football League. Wikinews is a free service and is funded by your generous donations. Click on the donate link on our homepage to learn how you can contribute. This recording has been released under the Creative Commons 2.5 License.