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06-01 GM enters bankruptcy protection New York
2. 06-03 Obama arrived in Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia
3. 06-03 US presses China over Tiananmen Washington
4. 06-04 Obama speaks of tensions with Muslims Egypt
F. 06-04 Kung Fu star Carradine found dead Thailand
G. 06-05 Ex-US official, wife charged as Cuba spies Washington
H. 06-06 U.S. contractors held in Green Zone killing Baghdad
8. 06-07 Reporters get 12-year terms in N. Korea North Korea
J. 06-09 First Gitmo detainee arrives in U.S. New York

Summary.     Click for More > Obama arrived in Saudi Arabia US presses China over Tiananmen   Obama speaks of tensions with Muslims   President Obama is offering a hand of friendship to Islam and addressing an array of quandaries and conflicts dividing the two cultures Kung Fu star Carradine found dead Ex-US official, wife charged as Cuba spies U.S. contractors held in Green Zone killing Reporters get 12-year terms in N. Korea First Gitmo detainee arrives in U.S. Shooting at Holocaust museum Afghanistan attacks 'at new high' Pittsburgh Penguins win Stanley Cup Bryant leads Lakers to 15th championship Jetliner lands safely after pilot dies Fatal crash on subway system Obama condemns 'unjust' violence 'Dozens dead' in US drone strike   Singer Michael Jackson dies   Paramedics were called to the singer's home around midday after he stopped breathing. He was pronounced dead two hours later 'No foul play' in Jackson death Brazil survive US scare to win Confed Cup   Fraudster Madoff gets 150 years  Bernard Madoff has been given the maximum prison sentence for masterminding a massive fraud that robbed investors of $65bn US soldiers leaving Iraq's cities  US troops are withdrawing to base in Iraq, handing control of cities and towns to Iraq's new security forces Obama warns Iraq of 'difficult days'
  GM enters bankruptcy protection
Jun.1   New York
  Car giant General Motors has filed for bankruptcy protection, marking the biggest failure of an industrial company in US history.    General Motors had seen its losses widen following a steep fall in sales ...
Jun.3   Saudi Arabia
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Jun.4   Egypt
  Thailand
Jun.5   Washington
Jun.6   Baghdad
Jun.7   North Korea
Jun.9   New York
Jun.10   Washington
Jun.11   Afghanistan
Jun.12   Detroit
Jun.14   Florida
Jun.18   New Jersey
Jun.22   Washington
Jun.23   Washington
  Tribal Areas
Jun.25   Los Angeles
Jun.27   Los Angeles
Jun.28   Johannesburg
Jun.29   New York
  Baghdad
Jun.30   Washington



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North America
Cheney: No link between Saddam, 9/11
Ex-U.S. commander in Iraq calls for inquiry
US presses China over Tiananmen
World 'watching Iran', Obama says
US urges Iran to end 'violence'
Obama condemns 'unjust' violence
U.S. to send ambassador back to Syria
Obama warns Iraq of 'difficult days'
Cheney: No link between Saddam, 9/11
Fraud charge for Countrywide boss
Ex-US official, wife charged as Cuba spies
First Gitmo detainee arrives in U.S.
Shooting at Holocaust museum
Bail denied for Cuba 'spies'
Fraudster Madoff gets 150 years
Ex-U.S. commander in Iraq calls for inquiry
GM enters bankruptcy protection
Fraud charge for Countrywide boss
Chrysler's sale to Fiat delayed
Boston Globe workers reject plan
Hollywood actors agree pay deal
Fraudster Madoff gets 150 years
Lakers edge Magic in overtime
Pittsburgh Penguins win Stanley Cup
Bryant leads Lakers to 15th championship
Glover holds nerve, wins U.S. Open
Jetliner lands safely after pilot dies
Fatal crash on subway system
First Gitmo detainee arrives in U.S.
Bail denied for Cuba 'spies'
Museum suspect 'to be charged'
Fraudster Madoff gets 150 years
Washington
Cheney: No link between Saddam, 9/11
US presses China over Tiananmen
World 'watching Iran', Obama says
US urges Iran to end 'violence'
Obama condemns 'unjust' violence
U.S. to send ambassador back to Syria
Obama warns Iraq of 'difficult days'
Cheney: No link between Saddam, 9/11
Ex-US official, wife charged as Cuba spies
Shooting at Holocaust museum
Bail denied for Cuba 'spies'
Ex-U.S. commander in Iraq calls for inquiry
Chrysler's sale to Fiat delayed
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Fatal crash on subway system
Bail denied for Cuba 'spies'
Museum suspect 'to be charged'
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First Gitmo detainee arrives in U.S.
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GM enters bankruptcy protection
Fraudster Madoff gets 150 years
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First Gitmo detainee arrives in U.S.
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East Asia
Reporters get 12-year terms in N. Korea
Mercy plea for held US reporters
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Afghanistan attacks 'at new high'
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Jun.1   New York  
  Car giant General Motors has filed for bankruptcy protection, marking the biggest failure of an industrial company in US history
 General Motors had seen its losses widen following a steep fall in sales in recent years. US government expected to take a 60% stake in the company
 Washington  Cheney: No link between Saddam, 9/11 Jun.2  Washington  Ex-U.S. commander in Iraq calls for inquiry  Cuba  US faces summit pressure on Cuba Jun.3   Saudi Arabia     Obama arrived in Saudi Arabia  President Obama arrived in his first stop on a Middle East trip that will include a major speech intended to repair a damaged U   Washington   US presses China over Tiananmen  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has urged China to publicly account for those killed in the suppression of the protests 20 years ago  USA  Delta denied to Nairobi, Monrovia Jun.4   Egypt     Obama speaks of tensions with Muslims
  President Obama is offering a hand of friendship to Islam and addressing an array of quandaries and conflicts dividing the two cultures.    At Cairo University, Obama delivered his long-awaited and wide-ranging speech on American and Muslim relations, the rights of Israel and the Pal...
  Thailand   Kung Fu star Carradine found dead  72-year-old Kill Bill and Kung Fu star David Carradine has been found dead in a hotel room with a cord around his neck and other parts of his...   New York Fraud charge for Countrywide boss Jun.5   Washington   Ex-US official, wife charged as Cuba spies  A 72-year-old former State Department employee Walter Kendall Myers has been charged with illegally aiding the government of Cuba for nearly...   France Veterans gather for D-Day event Jun.6   Baghdad   U.S. contractors held in Green Zone killing  5 American security contractors were detained in connection with the killing of another American contractor last month Jun.7   North Korea   Reporters get 12-year terms in N. Korea  Two U.S. journalists who were detained in North Korea while covering the plight of defectors have been sentenced to 12 years in labor camps Jun.8  Washington  US 'concern' for jailed reporters  U.S. Supreme Court  Chrysler's sale to Fiat delayed   North Korea Mercy plea for held US reporters  Boston  Boston Globe workers reject plan Jun.9   New York   First Gitmo detainee arrives in U.S.  Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani indicted in the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in East Africa arrived in New York to face criminal charges  Southern California  Hollywood actors agree pay deal Jun.10  Washington  Bail denied for Cuba 'spies'   Washington   Shooting at Holocaust museum  James von Brunn, aged 88, armed with a rifle has shot and killed a guard inside DC's Holocaust museum before being wounded in turn  Guam  Fire forces jet to land Jun.11  Washington  Museum suspect 'to be charged'   Afghanistan     Afghanistan attacks 'at new high'  Gen David Petraeus, who commands US forces in the region says violent attacks by insurgents have risen to their highest level since 2001  Bermuda  Row erupts over Guantanamo deal   Afghanistan US 'to protect Afghan civilians'  Florida  Lakers edge Magic in overtime Jun.12  Malawi  Madonna wins adoption appeal  Philippines  Chinese sub collides with U.S. sonar array   Detroit     Pittsburgh Penguins win Stanley Cup  Talbot scored twice in the second period, as Pittsburgh won the deciding game of the finals, 2-1, at Joe Louis Arena   Bermuda Uyghurs grateful after release from Gitmo   Florida Nasa cancels space shuttle launch  Washington  U.S. to provide $73M in aid to Zimbabwe  Syria  US envoy set for key Syria talks Jun.13  Washington  US condemns North Korean threat  Los Angeles  Stars attend Carradine's funeral  Florida  Lakers close in on title  Gulf  U.S. Persian Gulf forces cautioned on Iran Jun.14  Washington  Biden has 'doubts' about Iranian election   Florida   Bryant leads Lakers to 15th championship   Lakers stomped the Magic, 99-86, to win the series 4-1 and claim the 15th title in franchise history. Bonfires in streets of Los Angeles Jun.15  Washington  Obama warns doctors over reforms Jun.16  Washington  Nuclear N Korea is 'grave threat'  North Korea  N. Korea: Smear campaign planned Jun.18   New Jersey   Jetliner lands safely after pilot dies Map of Newark New Jersey  Continental Flight 61, Boeing 777 , whose pilot died while flying from Brussels to Newark, New Jersey, has landed safely  South Africa  Brazil cruise to victory over 10-man USA  Florida  Lift off for Nasa's lunar probes  Virginia  Texas billionaire Stanford arrested Jun.19   Afghanistan Probe into deaths: Airstrikes 'appropriate'   Washington World 'watching Iran', Obama says Jun.20  New York  Barnes leads US Open with 36-hole record  Tribal Areas  New York Times reporter escapes Taliban   Washington US urges Iran to end 'violence' Jun.21  Afghanistan  Soldiers killed in attack on U.S. base Jun.22   Washington   Fatal crash on subway system  Two rush-hour trains have collided in Washington DC, killing 7 people and injuring several others   New York Glover holds nerve, wins U.S. Open  Washington  Shah's son calls crisis a 'moment of truth'  Los Angeles  R&B singer Brown admits Rihanna assault Jun.23   Washington     Obama condemns 'unjust' violence   US President has strongly condemned the 'unjust actions' of Iran in clamping down on election protests   USA Fresh delay for Boeing Dreamliner   Tribal Areas   'Dozens dead' in US drone strike   At least 45 people, attending a funeral for others killed in a US drone strike, have died in a missile strike by a US aircraft in Pakistan  Washington  Crash subway 'warned over trains'   Washington U.S. to send ambassador back to Syria  Afghanistan  Ex-detainees allege Bagram abuse Jun.24   South Africa Shock win for USA over Spain   Washington Obama sent letter to Khamenei   Iraq U.S. expects 'uptick' in violence in Iraq Jun.25   Houston Billionaire Stanford 'not guilty'   Los Angeles Screen star Fawcett dies aged 62   Washington U.S. criticizes arrest of Chinese dissident  London  Venus, Kuznetsova roll to 3rd round   Los Angeles     Singer Michael Jackson dies
  Paramedics were called to the singer's home around midday after he stopped breathing. He was pronounced dead two hours later
 Jackson had a history of health problems. He began his career as a child in family group The Jackson 5; then achieving global fame as a solo artist. Thriller, released in 1982, is the biggest-selling album of all time, shifting 65m copies
  Mexico Iran envoy: CIA involved in Neda shooting
Jun.26  Ohio  Shaq joins LeBron in NBA trade   Washington US appoints envoy to Muslim world   Washington Obama praise for Iran's Mousavi   Los Angeles More tests after Jackson autopsy   House of Representatives US House supports emissions bill Jun.27   Los Angeles     'No foul play' in Jackson death   Coroners who completed a post-mortem on the singer's body have said that there was no sign of foul play in the death of Michael Jackson Jun.28   Los Angeles Police question Jackson doctor   Johannesburg     Brazil survive US scare to win Confed Cup  Five-time world champions Brazil needed to come from two goals down to beat underdogs the United States 3-2 in the final   Los Angeles BET Awards celebrate Michael Jackson Jun.29   New York     Fraudster Madoff gets 150 years
  Bernard Madoff has been given the maximum prison sentence for masterminding a massive fraud that robbed investors of $65bn
  Los Angeles Jackson family file for custody
  Baghdad   US soldiers leaving Iraq's cities
  US troops are withdrawing to base in Iraq, handing control of cities and towns to Iraq's new security forces.    National Sovereignty Day declared a publi...
Jun.30  London  Venus, Dementieva ease into semis   Washington   Obama warns Iraq of 'difficult days'   The President says U.S. troops have withdrawn from Iraq's towns and cities on schedule   Minnesota Democrats win crucial Senate seat