- Making News: Mortar Shells Rain Down on Liberian Capital of Monrovia
There is chaos in Liberia-s capital city of Monrovia today. At least 60 people have been killed, and a shell fell on a compound near the US Embassy. The reason for the violence is unclear since there are no government troops or front lines in the central city. Many Liberians are blaming President Bush. Time Magazine's Stefan Faris reports that as the US becomes increasingly non-committal, Liberians are becoming evermore desperate.
- Reporter's Notebook: Upset at Sandwich as Ohio Unknown Wins British Open
Nobody-s won the British Open on the first try since Tom Watson in 1975. By then, Watson was an experienced professional golfer with some major victories. Yesterday, Ben Curtis won during his first year on the PGA tour, when he was ranked 396th in the world and had never finished a tournament in the top ten. Graham Spiers of Glasgow-s Herald reports on the unknown 26 year-old from Ohio who upset the world of big-time golf.
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