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National Radio 8am Bulletin

SAMOAN ASSASSINATION: A third man will appear in Apia court this morning charged with the murder of the Samoan Public Works Minister. Sense of unease in Samoa as they wait for the court proceedings.

ANOTHER US SHOOTING: American gunman has killed three people in two businesses in another multiple shooting. Police chased the offender in his car and then arrested him. The man had worked at both businesses.

FLASH FLOOD: Hundreds of people have attended a church service in Switzerland for the dead in the Interlaken canyoning tragedy. Australian says that part of Switzerland will now be forever Australian.

ANSETT STRIKE: Ansett pilots have begun a 24 hour strike from 4am this morning. Ansett says passengers have been rebooked for later flights.

EBOLA: German film-maker is seriously ill with what Drs fear is the deadly Ebola virus. Swiss Air has handed his passenger

INDIAN RAIL CRASH: An inquiry will investigate circumstances behind the Indian Rail disaster. Five officials have been suspended

CRICKET: England are 108 for 5 after a slow first day in the cricket test against the Black Caps.

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