Egypt, Italy, China, Indonesia, Ukraine
AROUND THE WORLD (FOX44) – Egypt, the Muslim brotherhood's candidate will face off against a former Mubarak Prime Minister for the presidency. The official vote tally from the countries first-ever free and democratic presidential election comes in today. The runoff election is set for the middle of next month.
Italy – A protest for the truth at the Vatican. The crowd wants to know what happened to a 15-year-old girl that vanished from her Vatican City apartment 29-years ago. There's speculation the Vatican did not fully cooperate with the investigation. Efforts have been intensifying in recent weeks to find the girl's remains.
China – A toll collector was attacked on the job. Police are saying the guy who beat her was drunk and got angry because he felt he was waiting too long for her to collect his fee. Now he's paying a fine for driving drunk and doing 10-days behind bars for attacking her.
Indonesia – Lady Gaga canceled what was supposed to be the biggest stop on her Asian tour. She dropped the sold out show after Islamist hard-liners threatened violence claiming her sexy clothes and dance moves would corrupt the youth. Her fans are devastated, but getting a full refund.
Ukraine – All bets are on ‘Fred’ the psychic ferret to predict the winners of the Euro 2012 Soccer Tournament. The games kick off on June 8th.
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