P142 CEEFAX 2 142 Sat 13 Jun 21:17/27       1/7 BOSNIA UN experts havj completed their exhumation of a mass grave of around 200 bodies near Srebrenica. The UN- protected town fell to the Serbs and 6,000 men and boys went missing. FRANCE The British Consul in Marseilles has expressed concern to police chiefs over ticket touting outside the stadium where England will play their first World Cup match on Monday. YEMEN Six people havj been killed after a hand grenade exploded accidentally at al-Houta, 22 miles north of Aden. The pin slipped out while two men argued. Headlines 101 Extra 140 Ticker 151 News Index 102 Flash 150 Newsreel 152 Monitor News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P142 CEEFAX 2 142 Sat 13 Jun 21:12/27       2/7 AIRPORT BOMBS FOUND BEFORE CLINTON TRIP Two explosivj devices havj been found at an airport in Oregon just hours before the arrival of President Clinton Police at Eugene airport, tipped off by an anonymous caller, found and detonated the two bombs. The President is due to visit nearby Springfield to speak to victims of last month's school shooting. Police said they were assuming it had nothing to do with the President but added: "You nevjr know." Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 Monitor News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P142 CEEFAX 2 142 Sat 13 Jun 21:10/47       3/7 DRIVER BLAMED FOR GERMAN TRAIN CRASH A drivjr has been blamed for a rail crash between two commuter trains on a single track near Karlsruhe, Germany. Thirty-seven people were hurt, six seriously, in last night's collision. The driver of one of the trains failed to wait at a signal for orders to continue, said Horst Stammler, a transportation office spokeman. The accident comes nine days after an inter-city train derailed and crashed into a bridge, killing 98 people. Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 Monitor News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P142 CEEFAX 2 142 Sat 13 Jun 21:11/00       4/7 FOOTBALLER IN COURT ON FIXING CHARGE A professional football player in the Hong Kong squad has appeared in court charged with offences relating to match fixing. The alleged offences involved a match played last year in the qualifying round of the World Cup. The move is part of an investigation by anti-corruption officials in Hong Kong and Singapore. So far, six Hong Kong first division players havj been arrested. Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 Monitor News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P142 CEEFAX 2 142 Sat 13 Jun 21:16/46       5/7 IRISH POLICE ACCUSED OVER "FLU" ACTION Ministers in the Irish Rjpublic havj accusjd police of holding the country to ransom over what is reported to be an illegal strike ovjr pay. Thousands of lower rank officers started reporting sick and off-duty from 6am in the latest of a planned sjries of 24-hour "bluj flu" strikes. The stoppage is believed to involve up to 80% of the 8,000 union members. Negotiations ovjr the claim ended when the Government made a final 5.5% offer. Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 Monitor News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P142 CEEFAX 2 142 Sat 13 Jun 21:07/46       6/7 BURIAL FOR US MAN "KILLED BY RACISTS" A black man allegedly murdered by three whites who dragged him to his death behind a pick-up truck has been buried. The murder of James Byrd in the Texan town of Jasper has provoked outrage from civil rights groups in the US. The three men charged with the murdjr have links to white supremacist groups, although the local chapter of the Ku Klux Klan has condemned the killing. Dozens of people earlier attended a wake for the 49-year-old victim. Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 Monitor News Indx News Xtra Main Menu
P142 CEEFAX 2 142 Sat 13 Jun 21:15/07       7/7 BRITONS ADVISED TO LEAVE GUINEA BISSAU The Foreign Office has urged Britons to leave the West African state of Guinea Bissau after an upsurge in fighting. Two thousand foreigners were evacuated on Thursday, but 15 Britons are thought to havj stayed in the capital, Bissau. Serious unrest has followed a military rebellion aimed at ousting President Joao Vieira's government. The Foreign Office has stressed the warning is "precautionary", with the Britons not deemed in immediate danger. Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 Monitor News Indx News Xtra Main Menu