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B. 06-04 Syrian regime 'used sarin' - France Paris
C. 06-09 Nadal beats Ferrer to win eighth French Open title Paris
3. 06-11 Greece suspends state broadcaster Greece
E. 06-12 Floods sweep through Central Europe Saxony, Eastern Germany
F. 06-19 Sopranos actor James Gandolfini dies Rome
06-24 Berlusconi convicted in sex trial Milan
7. 06-30 Croatia becomes 28th member of European Union Croatia

Summary.     Click for More > West should have talked to Taliban - British general Washington 'bugged key EU offices' Stones triumph in Glastonbury debut   Croatia becomes 28th member of European Union  A major milestone some 20 years after the small country won independence in a bloody civil war that shook the continent New bugging claims made against US
Syrian regime 'used sarin' - France Nadal edges Djokovic in epic Williams clinches French Open title Nadal beats Ferrer to win eighth French Open title Dam breaks near Magdeburg as Hungary floods recede Europe alarmed by US surveillance   Greece suspends state broadcaster   The Greek government has shut down the public broadcaster ERT, calling it a 'haven of waste' Floods sweep through Central Europe   Floods continued to devastate communities alongside the surging River Elbe in Germany's northeastern Saxony-Anhalt state Queen's portrait defaced in abbey Czech prime minister says he will resign Syria set to dominate G8 summit Justin Rose wins first major at Merion   Obama and Putin push Syria G8 summit   The US and Russian presidents have acknowledged they have a widely different stance on Syria, but did agree to push for a summit in Geneva Obama calls for nuclear arsenal cuts Sopranos actor James Gandolfini dies Brother held over Alps murders European commission approves NYSE takeover   Berlusconi convicted in sex trial
Jun.4   Paris
Jun.7   Paris
Jun.8   Paris
Jun.9   Paris
  Eastern Germany
Jun.11   European Union
  Greece
Jun.12   Eastern Germany
Jun.13   London
Jun.16   Czech Republic
  Northern Ireland
  Pennsylvania
Jun.17   Northern Ireland
Jun.19   Berlin
  Rome
Jun.24   Southern France
  Brussels
  Milan
  Italy's former PM Silvio Berlusconi has been sentenced to seven years in jail and banned from public office for having sex with an underage prostitute
Jun.28   Afghanistan
Jun.29   Germany
  England
Jun.30   Croatia
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Anti-austerity protesters march across Europe Central Europe on alert for flooding French wine 'has Italian origins' Flood waters bear down on Prague Queen marks Coronation anniversary Floods bring misery to parts of Europe   Syrian regime 'used sarin' - France   There is no doubt Syria's government has used sarin during the country's crisis, says France's foreign minister Germany on alert as floods go north Evacuations as Dresden faces flood UK government to make Mau Mau apology Prince Philip admitted to hospital Turkey protests: Erdogan rejects EU criticism Surging river threatens Hungary   Nadal edges Djokovic in epic  The defending champion moved within a match of making it a record extending 8th French Open titles by defeating the world #1 6-4 3-6 6-1 6-7... Williams clinches French Open title  World #1 Serena Williams won a 2nd French Open title 11 years after her first with a convincing win over defending champion Sharapova Swedish Princess Madeleine weds New York banker France 'to dissolve' far-right group Hungary floods prompt evacuation Nadal beats Ferrer to win eighth French Open title  Rafael Nadal, 27, came through 6-3 6-2 6-3 to reaffirm his dominance on clay, and further elevate himself among the greats of the sport Dam breaks near Magdeburg as Hungary floods recede   A dam has broken on the flood-swollen River Elbe, forcing thousands of people to leave their homes around the city of Magdeburg Euro crisis is over, says France's Francois Hollande WWII bomber raised from Channel Germany's swollen Elbe River breaches new levee Europe alarmed by US surveillance   The EU is demanding assurances that Europeans are not having their rights infringed by a massive US surveillance program   Greece suspends state broadcaster


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Jun.1  Paris  Stephens, Azarenka win, Sharapova advances
  Madrid
 London  Second man charged with UK soldier's murder
Jun.2   Czech Republic
Jun.3   France
 London  Mourinho returns to Chelsea
  Czech Republic
Jun.4   London
  Austria
  Paris  
 Paris  Tsonga stunning Federer in Paris
  Germany
Jun.5  Paris  Sharapova rallies after dropping first six games
  Eastern Germany
  London
Jun.6  Paris  Sharapova beats Victoria Azarenka at French Open
  London
Jun.7   Istanbul
  Hungary
  Paris  
Jun.8   Paris  
  Sweden
  Paris
  Hungary
Jun.9   Paris  
  Eastern Germany  
  Japan
 Montreal  Vettel led from start to claim Canadian Grand Prix
Jun.10   England
  Eastern Germany
Jun.11   European Union  
  Greece  
  The Greek government has shut down the public broadcaster ERT, calling it a 'haven of waste'
Jun.12   Eastern Germany   Floods sweep through Central Europe
Map of Saxony Germany
  Floods continued to devastate communities alongside the surging River Elbe in Germany's northeastern Saxony-Anhalt state
  Greece Greeks strike over media closure  Barcelona  Messi in tax probe Jun.13   London     Queen's portrait defaced in abbey   A portrait of the Queen in Westminster Abbey has been defaced with spray paint, an abbey spokesman has said Jun.14   London Snowden 'banned from flying to UK' Jun.16   Scotland 5 passengers from diverted EgyptAir flight claiming asylum in Britain   Czech Republic   Czech prime minister says he will resign  Petr Necas says he will resign because a top aide of his has been charged with abuse of power  Eastern Germany  Federer ends long title wait  Rio de Janeiro  Balotelli leads Italy to 2-1 win over Mexico   Northern Ireland     Syria set to dominate G8 summit Map of Lough Erne United Kingdom  The leaders of the G8 nations are set to begin a summit in Northern Ireland, with Syria's crisis likely to dominate   Pennsylvania   Justin Rose wins first major at Merion   Justin Rose clinched his maiden major title to become the first Englishman for 43 years to win the US Open  Brazil  Spain began Confederations Cup with a 2-1 victory over Uruguay Jun.17   Northern Ireland     Obama and Putin push Syria G8 summit
  The US and Russian presidents have acknowledged they have a widely different stance on Syria, but did agree to push for a summit in Geneva
  Greece Greek court orders TV back on air
Jun.18   Berlin Obama to speak at Brandenburg Gate Jun.19   Berlin     Obama calls for nuclear arsenal cuts Map of Brandenburg Gate Germany  US President Barack Obama has used his public speech in Berlin to propose cuts of one-third in American and Russian nuclear arsenals   Rome   Sopranos actor James Gandolfini dies   James Gandolfini, the US actor best known for his role as a therapy-seeking mob boss in The Sopranos, has died at the age of 51 Jun.20   Austria Fritzl 'dungeon' filled with cement   Greece Greek state TV talks break down   Latvia Latvia's medieval Riga Castle damaged by fire Jun.21   St. Petersburg Merkel and Putin view disputed art Jun.22  Queensland  Lions beat Wallabies in thriller  Northeastern Brazil  Brazil takes out Italy, wins Confed Cup Group A Jun.23  England  Dhoni hails India's champion spirit  Northeastern Brazil  Alba double as Spain stay top Jun.24   Southern France   Brother held over Alps murders   54-year-old Saad al-Hilli has been arrested in Surrey in connection with the murder of his brother and three other people in the French Alps   Brussels   European commission approves NYSE takeover  The European Commission has approved InterContinental Exchange's proposed $8.2 billion takeover of NYSE Euronext   Milan     Berlusconi convicted in sex trial
  Italy's former PM Silvio Berlusconi has been sentenced to seven years in jail and banned from public office for having sex with an underage prostitute
 London  Nadal upset in Wimbledon opener Jun.25  Madrid  Ancelotti to Real, Blanc at PSG Jun.26  London  Federer, Sharapova go down in drama-filled day Jun.27  Northeastern Brazil  Spain edge past stubborn Italy Jun.28   Afghanistan     West should have talked to Taliban - British general  The West should have tried talking to the Taliban a decade ago, Nick Carter, the UK's top general in Afghanistan, has said Jun.29  Melbourne  Australia edge Lions to square series  Southern France  Tour de Farce first stage disrupted by errant team bus  London  Wimbledon: Djokovic, Serena shine, advance   Germany     Washington 'bugged key EU offices'   Der Spiegel magazine says it has seen a secret document showing the US has bugged EU offices in Washington and at UN headquarters   England   Stones triumph in Glastonbury debut   The Rolling Stones' hit-packed Glastonbury debut has been hailed as 'the high spot of 43 years' of the festival by organiser Michael Eavis Jun.30  England  Rosberg wins British GP   Croatia     Croatia becomes 28th member of European Union
  A major milestone some 20 years after the small country won independence in a bloody civil war that shook the continent
  United Kingdom   New bugging claims made against US   France, Greece and Italy have been the 'targets' of US spying operations, according to the latest files leaked to Britain's Guardian newspap...