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B. 06-03 Tenet resigns as CIA director CIA
2. 06-04 Bush meets pope, faces protests Vatican
3. 06-05 Bush: Terror now biggest challenge Italy
06-05 Ronald Reagan dead at 93 Los Angeles
F. 06-06 D-Day: 'America would do it again' France
G. 06-07 Lightning win Stanley Cup over Calgary Tampa, Florida
H. 06-08 G8 leaders gather for US summit US Georgia
I. 06-09 G8 launches Mid-East reform plan US Georgia
J. 06-10 G8 summit ends with show of unity US Georgia

Summary.     Click for More > D-Day: 'America would do it again'  The alliance is strong 'and is still needed today,' U.S. President told veterans commemorating the 1944 landings Lightning win Stanley Cup over Calgary G8 leaders gather for US summit G8 launches Mid-East reform plan G8 summit ends with show of unity  The leaders plans to promote democracy in the Middle East and relieving the debt burden in Africa R&B music legend Ray Charles dies World bids farewell to Reagan Kidnapped American threatened in video Pistons beat Lakers to clinch NBA title Probe rules out Iraq-9/11 links U.S. hostage beheaded Airstrike on al-Zarqawi safe house kills 18 Private craft makes space history US war crimes immunity bid fails Bush: Iraq war not inciting terrorists US and EU pledge support to Iraq Bush praise for key ally Turkey US hands over sovereignty in Iraq  US administrator Paul Bremer gave legal documents to an Iraqi judge two days ahead of schedule Allies to back tough Iraq steps
  Tenet resigns as CIA director  George Tenet is citing personal reasons, President Bush said. Deputy Director McLaughlin will become the acting chief Bush meets pope, faces protests Bush: Terror now biggest challenge Ronald Reagan dead at 93
Jun.3   CIA
Jun.4   Vatican
Jun.5   Italy
  Los Angeles
  Former President died at his home in Los Angeles. He led a conservative revolution and hastened the end of the Cold War
Jun.6   France
Jun.7   Florida
Jun.8   US Georgia
Jun.9   US Georgia
Jun.10   US Georgia
  Los Angeles
Jun.11   U.S. Congress
Jun.15   Saudi Arabia
  Detroit
Jun.16   Washington
Jun.18   Saudi Arabia
Jun.19   Sunni Triangle
Jun.21   Southern California
Jun.23   UN
Jun.25   Ireland
Jun.26   Ireland
Jun.27   Turkey
  Baghdad
Jun.28   Iraq



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North America
Bush praises new Iraqi government
Bush: War on terror 'like WWII'
Tenet resigns as CIA director
Bush slams Howard opponent on Iraq
Ronald Reagan dead at 93
Reagan services begin with public viewing
G8 leaders gather for US summit
G8 summit leaders hail Iraq vote
G8 launches Mid-East reform plan
Bush calls for NATO role in Iraq
Reagan's body lies in state
Bush, Chirac let differences show
G8 summit ends with show of unity
World bids farewell to Reagan
Probe rules out Iraq-9/11 links
US war crimes immunity bid fails
Rumsfeld warns of more Iraq attacks
9/11 probe: Air defense ill-prepared
US war crimes immunity bid fails
Ex-Ukrainian prime minister convicted
US U-turn on upbeat terror report
Al-Qaeda 'targeted 10 US sites'
Pistons make NBA Finals over Pacers
Flames outlast Lightning in OT
Lightning win Stanley Cup over Calgary
Pistons beat Lakers to clinch NBA title
Goosen claims US Open glory
Washington
Bush praises new Iraqi government
Tenet resigns as CIA director
Bush slams Howard opponent on Iraq
Reagan's body lies in state
US U-turn on upbeat terror report
World bids farewell to Reagan
Probe rules out Iraq-9/11 links
Rumsfeld warns of more Iraq attacks
9/11 probe: Air defense ill-prepared
US U-turn on upbeat terror report
Al-Qaeda 'targeted 10 US sites'
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Southern U.S.
G8 leaders gather for US summit
G8 summit leaders hail Iraq vote
G8 launches Mid-East reform plan
Bush calls for NATO role in Iraq
G8 summit ends with show of unity
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Flames outlast Lightning in OT
Lightning win Stanley Cup over Calgary
Europe
Bush meets pope, faces protests
Bush: Terror now biggest challenge
Bush arrived in Paris
D-Day: 'America would do it again'
Bush: Iraq war not inciting terrorists
D-Day: 'America would do it again'
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Double defeat for Williams sisters
Iraq
Iraq abuse 'came from US policy'
US hands over sovereignty in Iraq
Allies to back tough Iraq steps
Car bomb kills U.S. soldier
Airstrike on al-Zarqawi safe house kills 18
Judge orders prison be kept
Killed U.S. troops on video
Judge orders prison be kept
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California
Judge blocks late abortion law
Ronald Reagan dead at 93
Reagan services begin with public viewing
Private burial for Ronald Reagan
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Ex-Ukrainian prime minister convicted
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US Georgia
G8 leaders gather for US summit
G8 summit leaders hail Iraq vote
G8 launches Mid-East reform plan
Bush calls for NATO role in Iraq
G8 summit ends with show of unity
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European Union
Bush: Terror now biggest challenge
Bush arrived in Paris
D-Day: 'America would do it again'
Bush: Iraq war not inciting terrorists
D-Day: 'America would do it again'
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Double defeat for Williams sisters
Southern California
Ronald Reagan dead at 93
Reagan services begin with public viewing
Private burial for Ronald Reagan
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Saudi Arabia Your ad is here Your ad is here
Kidnapped American threatened in video
U.S. hostage beheaded
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France
Bush arrived in Paris
D-Day: 'America would do it again'
D-Day: 'America would do it again'
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Double defeat for Williams sisters
U.S. Congress
Reagan's body lies in state
World bids farewell to Reagan
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Al-Qaeda 'targeted 10 US sites'
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Jun.1  France  Double defeat for Williams sisters
  Washington
 San Francisco Bay Area  Judge blocks late abortion law
  Detroit
Jun.2   Colorado
Jun.3   CIA  
  George Tenet is citing personal reasons, President Bush said. Deputy Director McLaughlin will become the acting chief
 San Francisco Bay Area  Ex-Ukrainian prime minister convicted   Washington Bush slams Howard opponent on Iraq
 Florida  Flames outlast Lightning in OT  Washington  Second top official to quit CIA Jun.4   Vatican     Bush meets pope, faces protests  President met with John Paul II, who has expressed fervent opposition to the war in Iraq  Iraq  U.S. troops clash with al-Sadr fighters   Washington Rumsfeld warns of more Iraq attacks Jun.5   Italy     Bush: Terror now biggest challenge  President honored the relationship with Italy on the 60th anniversary of the Allied forces' liberation of Rome  Southern California  Reagan's health deteriorating   Los Angeles   Ronald Reagan dead at 93
  Former President died at his home in Los Angeles. He led a conservative revolution and hastened the end of the Cold War
  Paris Bush arrived in Paris  New York  Smarty Jones denied  Western Canada  Lightning force Game 7 Jun.6   France     D-Day: 'America would do it again'
  The alliance is strong 'and is still needed today,' U.S. President told veterans commemorating the 1944 landings
 Los Angeles  Pistons surprise Lakers in opener  England  Thatcher: Reagan won Cold War Jun.7   South Korea US plans big S Korea troop cuts   Southern California Reagan services begin with public viewing   Florida   Lightning win Stanley Cup over Calgary   Tampa Bay clinched the Cup for the first time in their 12-year history with a 2-1 victory in the deciding game 7 of the series   Iraq Car bomb kills U.S. soldier Jun.8   US Georgia   G8 leaders gather for US summit  Leaders from the Group of Eight industrialised nations are gathering for their annual summit   US Georgia G8 summit leaders hail Iraq vote  Southern California  Lakers beat Pistons 99-91 to even Finals Jun.9   US Georgia Bush calls for NATO role in Iraq  USA  Athletes face IAAF suspension   US Georgia   G8 launches Mid-East reform plan  World leaders have launched an initiative for political and economic reform in the Middle East and North Africa   US Georgia Bush, Chirac let differences show   U.S. Congress Reagan's body lies in state   Iraq Iraq abuse 'came from US policy' Jun.10   US Georgia Leaders take Africa's case to G8   US Georgia   G8 summit ends with show of unity
  The leaders plans to promote democracy in the Middle East and relieving the debt burden in Africa
  Los Angeles   R&B music legend Ray Charles dies  The legendary musician, 12-time Grammy winner, who went blind aged six, has died aged 73, in Los Angeles  Detroit  Pistons shut down Lakers in Game 3 rout  US Georgia  Bush: No new NATO troops to Iraq   Washington US U-turn on upbeat terror report Jun.11   U.S. Congress   World bids farewell to Reagan  Flag-draped coffin began the journey from the U.S. Capitol to Washington National Cathedral   Southern California Private burial for Ronald Reagan Jun.12  Saudi Arabia  American shot dead in Riyadh   Saudi Arabia Militants claim American kidnapped Jun.13  Detroit  Detroit beating Lakers 88-80 Jun.14  Washington  Karzai tips worsening violence  Washington  Bush foreign policy under attack  Iraq  Iraq abuse 'came from Guantanamo' Jun.15  Iraq  US ducks Saddam trial timetable   Saudi Arabia   Kidnapped American threatened in video  Al Qaeda gunmen threaten to kill a man who identified himself as Paul Johnson unless al Qaeda prisoners are let go   Detroit   Pistons beat Lakers to clinch NBA title  Detroit humiliated the Los Angeles 100-87 in Game 5 for their first title in 14 years Jun.16   Washington   Probe rules out Iraq-9/11 links  The panel investigating the 9/11 attacks found that there was 'no credible evidence that Iraq and al Qaeda cooperated'   U.S. Congress Al-Qaeda 'targeted 10 US sites' Jun.17   Washington 9/11 probe: Air defense ill-prepared  Washington  Bush disputes 9/11-Iraq findings  Saudi Arabia  Saudi friend asks captors to free American Jun.18   Saudi Arabia   U.S. hostage beheaded Map of Riyadh Saudi Arabia  Decapitated body of Paul Johnson Jr. was left in Riyadh. Terrorist group leader, 3 others die in gunbattle  Los Angeles  Singer Charles mourned at funeral  Southern California  Jackson leaves Lakers Jun.19   Sunni Triangle     Airstrike on al-Zarqawi safe house kills 18 Map of Fallujah Iraq  Coalition forces launched a missile strike against what they said was a house in Fallujah linked to wanted insurgent  New York  Goosen claims US Open lead Jun.20   New York Goosen claims US Open glory   Iraq Judge orders prison be kept  Indiana  Schumacher wins at The Brickyard Jun.21   Southern California   Private craft makes space history  SpaceShipOne to become the first private manned spacecraft to fly to the edge of space and back   Sunni Triangle Killed U.S. troops on video Jun.22  Washington  US releases 'torture' documents Jun.23   UN     US war crimes immunity bid fails  The US has given up trying to win its soldiers immunity from prosecution at the International Criminal Court Jun.24  London  Venus dumped out by Croatian Sprem  England  UK alarm over Guantanamo trials   Washington Powell confronts Iraq escalation  Iraq  U.S. could send more troops to Iraq Jun.25   Ireland     Bush: Iraq war not inciting terrorists  In an interview with Irish TV ahead of a U.S.-EU summit, U.S. President defended his stance on Iraq Jun.26   Ireland     US and EU pledge support to Iraq  US President asked NATO and the European Union to put disagreements over the war behind them and help rebuild Iraq Jun.27   Turkey     Bush praise for key ally Turkey   President has praised Muslim nation that embraced democracy during talks in Ankara   Baghdad   US hands over sovereignty in Iraq
  US administrator Paul Bremer gave legal documents to an Iraqi judge two days ahead of schedule
Jun.28  U.S. Supreme Court  Terror suspects get court access  Turkey  Chirac chides Bush over Turkey   Iraq     Allies to back tough Iraq steps  The US and UK have pledged to back the new government and pursue militants responsible for violence Jun.29   Turkey Bush rebuff to Chirac over Turkey
  Washington Pentagon appoints Gitmo tribunal Jun.30   Washington Fed raises a quarter