July 29th, 2010
06:07 AM ET

World update: French couple charged over dead babies

An update from London on some of the international stories we expect to develop on Thursday:

France babies - French prosecutors have filed charges against a French couple, after the bodies of eight newborn babies were found in northern France.  Read the full story

Nazi guard - Germany has indicted a former Nazi death camp guard for the murders of more than 430,000 Jews, the Simon Wiesenthal Center reports.  Samuel Kunz allegedly served at a camp in Poland.  He was Number 3 on the center's "most wanted" list. Read the full story

Greek strike - The Greek capital was tense Thursday after the government ordered truck drivers back to work following a three-day strike. The strike has caused gas stations in Athens to run out of fuel. Read the full story

South Korea PM - South Korea's prime minister has offered to resign for a second time, the prime minister's office  said Thursday, after failure to win parliamentary approval to stop  relocation of government offices out of the capital.  Read the full story

France scandal - French Labor Minister Eric Woerth is being questioned by police in connection with their investigation into the finances of L'Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt, the prosecutor's office in Nanterre, France, said Thursday. Read the full story

Maradona anger - Argentina's top soccer officials lied to and betrayed coach Diego Maradona in deciding not to renew his contract, he told reporters. Read the full story

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