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Ongoing coverage - BP webcam of Gulf oil disaster
10:00 am ET - Senate floor -Â Senators return to Capitol Hill to consider border security legislation and to honor the late Ted Stevens.
An update from the CNN newsdesk in London on stories we're following on Thursday:
N. Korea soccer claims: Football's ruling body FIFA is investigating reports that North Korea's national team and head coach were humiliated by government officials following a disastrous showing at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Pakistan floods: The Indus River is expected to burst its banks, bringing more devastation in Pakistan where hundreds are already dead and millions affected by flooding.
Russia wildfires: Fires are now burning only 60km away from the Chernobyl disaster site, raising fears that radioactive smoke will become an issue.
Rescuers on Wednesday reached a group of 12 people who had become trapped on an Alaskan glacier following the crash of a sightseeing plane three days earlier, authorities said.
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New York Mets pitcher Francisco "K-Rod" Rodriguez was arrested after a "domestic dispute" Wednesday night at the team's stadium, police told CNN.