News Headlines - 07 June 2012

BBC News - 'Massacre' reported in Syria's Hama province

Syrian pro-government forces have killed 78 people in a single village in Hama province, many of them women and children, activists say. The opposition said government-backed militia stabbed and shot their victims in the village of Qubair.

EU, Germany exploring Spanish rescue, no request yet | Reuters

Germany and European Union officials are urgently exploring ways to rescue Spain's debt-stricken banks although Madrid has not yet requested assistance and is resisting being placed under international supervision, European sources said on Wednesday.

UK braced for 70mph winds and heavy rain as Atlantic storm hits | UK news | guardian.co.uk

An unseasonable Atlantic storm is set to batter the UK, with gale-force winds and heavy rain expected in many parts of the country on Thursday, continuing and spreading into Friday.

Japan pop fans go crazy for democracy

The election debate that raged across Japan for weeks has been settled, campaigners are packing up their things and TV pundits are moving on to different topics - all-girl group AKB48 has a new president.

Risk of Amazon bird extinctions increases | News | Birdwatch Magazine

The risk of extinction has increased substantially for nearly 100 species of Amazonian birds, while European seaduck have also radically declined.








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