Europe, North Korea, China, Japan

Wednesday, June 1, 2011 - 5:30pm

AROUND THE WORLD (FOX44) – Europe, scientists are unsure what produce and what country is responsible for the E. coli outbreak. So far 16-people have died and 1,500-people are sick. New evidence suggests cucumbers imported into Germany from Spain did not cause the outbreak. Now Spain wants to take legal action against German officials for spreading the wrong info.

North Korea – Sources say the country has rejected an offer by South Korea to hold a series of summits to defuse tension on the Korean peninsula. The North said a few days ago it wouldn't deal with the South's conservative President any longer. The countries are on very bad terms since North Korea launched two deadly attacks on its neighbors last year were 50-people were killed.

China – A couple was rescued out of a construction pit after they were accidentally buried. We're told a bulldozer was demolishing a building and didn't know the couple was down there. The couple was almost completely buried when the rescue attempt started. The woman is expected to live and the husband is still in critical condition.

Japan – People are encouraged to dress down and wear lighter clothing, in order to cut down on the need for air conditioning, this in the wake of Japan’s nuclear power crisis. Officials want to cut electricity consumption by 15-percent.

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