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Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for June 10, 2015.

Pope creates tribunal to hold negligent bishops accountable for sex abuse

Pope Francis created a new Vatican tribunal section to hear cases of bishops accused of failing to protect children from sexually abusive priests, the biggest step the Holy See has taken yet to hold bishops accountable.

[Read more from the Associated Press]

EPA says it will set rules for airplane emissions

The Obama administration says it will regulate greenhouse gas emissions from airplanes. The announcement comes shortly before the EPA issues new rules on emissions from heavy duty trucks in an effort to combat global warming.

[Read more from The New York Times]

D'oh! Homer and Marge Simpson to separate

This bombshell was dropped in an interview with "The Simpsons" executive producer: Homer and Marge Simpson will legally separate in the upcoming season, and Homer will fall in love with another woman.

[Read more from the Los Angeles Times]

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Extending Byron Buxton is an investment worth the risk

Buxton's value to the Twins exceeds some of their previous big contracts.

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Hunt for man wanted for murder of 20-year-old woman in Austin

The victim has been identified as Tyesha Tahne Gills.

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Police say man shot dead after dispute in north Minneapolis

The shooting happened at a residence along North Dupont Avenue.

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Redbrick Commercial Real Estate specializes in innovative and sustainable office spaces.

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MN up to 45 counties with high or substantial COVID-19 transmission

Delta is leading to more cases – and more severe cases – involving children in other states.

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University of St. Thomas latest to require vaccines for students, staff

The college had previously offered incentives to get vaccinated, but is now mandating them.

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New forecast predicts more than 4 million Twin Cities residents by 2050

The Met Council believes job opportunities will also steadily grow.

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Zimmer on unvaccinated players: 'Some of the things they've read are just, woof, out there'

The coach says he's doesn't understand why some players won't get vaccinated.

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