VOA60 - World
Switzerland: UN human rights council in Geneva is set to call for a full inquiry into massacre in Houla, where government forces are blamed for killing 108 people. Thailand: Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi tells World Economic Forum meeting in Bangkok she wants to attract investment to boost job creation in her impoverished nation. Kosovo: At least three Kosovo Serbs and a NATO soldier are wounded in a gunfight after peacekeepers try to dismantle Serb roadblocks blocking traffic in Kosovo. Russia: Police in St. Petersburg arrest at least eight anti-Putin protesters who were demanding the right to free assembly. Australia: Sheep rain down on shocked drivers after a livestock truck crashes and flips on a bridge above a busy highway. USA: A 14-year-old from San Diego wins the Scripps National Spelling Bee on by correctly spelling "guetapens," a French word for an ambush.