News Headlines - 10 August 2013

Drone strike kills two in southern Yemen - officials and residents | Reuters

Local officials and residents in Yemen's southern Lahj Province said a drone destroyed a vehicle travelling on a mountain road late on Saturday evening killing its two occupants and bringing to 15 the death toll from four strikes in three days.

BBC News - Belfast riots: 56 police officers injured during parade protests

The number of police officers injured during loyalist protests against a republican parade in central Belfast is 56. The police fired 26 plastic bullets and made eight arrests on Friday evening amid sustained rioting in Royal Avenue.

For Iraqis, Some Relief Amid Violence - It’s Only 108° - NYTimes.com

For many of the weary residents of this city, who have faced a bloody summer of explosions at soccer fields, cafes and open markets resulting in Iraq’s highest death toll in five years, there are only small things for which to be grateful. Like the weather.

Teachers and doctors warned in fight against forced marriage during summer peak - Telegraph

Teachers, doctors and airport staff have been warned to watch out for young people being taken abroad to undergo forced marriages over the school holiday period.

BBC News - Indonesia volcano eruption: Six dead on Palue

Six people have been killed in a volcanic eruption on a tiny island in Indonesia, officials have said. Mount Rokatenda, on the island of Palue some 2,000km (1,250 miles) east of Jakarta, spewed ash and rocks 2km into the air.








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