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B. 06-09 Avalanche won Stanley Cup Colorado
06-11 McVeigh executed Indiana
3. 06-12 Bush begins Europe trip Spain
E. 06-12 Both parties back U.S. plan Israel
5. 06-14 Bush met European leaders Sweden
G. 06-15 NBA Final: Lakers roll past Sixers Philadelphia
7. 06-16 Bush meets Putin Slovenia

Summary.     Click for More >   Bush begins Europe trip  Bush is meeting Spanish Prime Minister. There is also criticism over his refusal to back the Kyoto protocol Both parties back U.S. plan  The deal was hammered out in meetings with CIA Director. There are reservations and rejection of some clauses Bush met European leaders NBA Final: Lakers roll past Sixers  Los Angeles defeated Philadelphia 108-96 in Game 5. Lakers won their 2nd consecutive championship   Bush meets Putin  U.S. President hails new era in relations with Russia. Bush invited Putin to his ranch in Crawford, Texas 3 arested in U.S. embassy bomb plot U.S. Embassy targeted for attack Mother killed her 5 children U.S. military in Gulf on alert Bush meet Sharon Court rules U.S. broke rights laws China: Harvesting of convicts' organs Fed cuts rates a quarter Court vacates Microsoft ruling Powell, Arafat meet Retired grocery clerk collects $141M U.S. troops questioned over rape Cheney to have defibrillator implanted Bush meets Koizumi Cheney get heart implant
Capriati win French Open Avalanche won Stanley Cup McVeigh executed
Jun.9   Paris
  Colorado
Jun.11   Indiana
  Timothy McVeigh, 33, was responsible for the 1995 attack in Oklahoma City that killed 168 people
Jun.12   Spain
  Israel
Jun.14   Sweden
Jun.15   Philadelphia
Jun.16   Slovenia
Jun.17   India
Jun.18   Yemen
Jun.20   Texas
Jun.22   Gulf
Jun.26   Washington
Jun.27   England
  Washington
  New York
Jun.28   Washington
  Israel
  San Francisco Bay Area
Jun.29   Japan
  Washington
Jun.30   Washington
  Washington



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North America
Stanley Cup: Devils, Avalanche, 3-2
Philadelphia 76ers enter NBA Final
Devils beat Avs, 4-1
NBA Finals: 76ers, Lakers, 107-101
Stanley Cup: Colorado, NJ 4-0
NBA Finals: Lakers, 76ers 98-89
Avalanche won Stanley Cup
NBA Finals: Lakers, 76ers 96-91
NBA Finals: Lakers, 76ers, 100-86
NBA Final: Lakers roll past Sixers
Children end standoff in Idaho
McVeigh sorry
McVeigh executed
Embassy bomber sentenced to life
Mother killed her 5 children
FBI aided arrest of Montesinos
Court vacates Microsoft ruling
U.S.-North Korea talks
U.S.-N. Korea meeting
Bush meet Sharon
China: Harvesting of convicts' organs
Cheney to have defibrillator implanted
Bush meets Koizumi
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Texas flooding leaves 2 dead
Tropical Storm
3 firefighters dead in blaze
Europe
Agassi beat Squillari
Capriati conquers Serena
Capriati win French Open
Davenport down Rubin in 53 min.
U.S. use of execution criticised
Court rules U.S. broke rights laws
Protest over Bush visit
Bush begins Europe trip
Bush arrives in Belgium
Bush met European leaders
Bush meets Putin
Bush pledges to work with NATO
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U.S. Embassy targeted for attack
Powell, Arafat meet
CIA director heads to Mideast
Both parties back U.S. plan
Tenet meets with security officials
U.S. military in Gulf on alert
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Washington Your ad is here
Court vacates Microsoft ruling
U.S.-North Korea talks
Bush meet Sharon
China: Harvesting of convicts' organs
Bush meets Koizumi
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Powell, Arafat meet
CIA director heads to Mideast
Both parties back U.S. plan
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New York
NBA draft
Embassy bomber sentenced to life
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3 firefighters dead in blaze
Arab Countries Your ad is here
U.S. Embassy targeted for attack
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U.S. denies Iraq soccer attack
U.S. military in Gulf on alert
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California
NBA Finals: 76ers, Lakers, 107-101
NBA Finals: Lakers, 76ers 98-89
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France
Agassi beat Squillari
Capriati win French Open
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Mountain States
Devils beat Avs, 4-1
Avalanche won Stanley Cup
Children end standoff in Idaho
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Children end standoff in Idaho CIA director heads to Mideast U.S.-North Korea talks Stanley Cup: Colorado, NJ 4-0 NBA Finals: Lakers, 76ers 98-89 Capriati win French Open  Capriati beat Clijsters 1-6, 6-4, 12-10. She will receive $560,000   Avalanche won Stanley Cup  Colorado's, New Jersey Devils, 3-1. Bourque, denied in 20 playoff finally hoisted the Cup Texas flooding leaves 2 dead McVeigh sorry Protest over Bush visit NBA Finals: Lakers, 76ers 96-91 McVeigh executed


June 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jun.2   Mountain States
 New Jersey  Stanley Cup: Devils, Avalanche, 3-2
Jun.3  Philadelphia  Philadelphia 76ers enter NBA Final
Jun.4  France  Agassi beat Squillari
 Colorado  Devils beat Avs, 4-1
Jun.5   Israel
 France  Capriati conquers Serena
Jun.6  Southern California  NBA Finals: 76ers, Lakers, 107-101
Jun.7   Washington
  New Jersey
Jun.8   Southern California
Jun.9   Paris  
  Colorado  
  Houston
Jun.10   Indiana
  Madrid
  Philadelphia
Jun.11   Indiana  
  Timothy McVeigh, 33, was responsible for the 1995 attack in Oklahoma City that killed 168 people
Jun.12   Spain     Bush begins Europe trip
  Bush is meeting Spanish Prime Minister. There is also criticism over his refusal to back the Kyoto protocol
  Israel   Both parties back U.S. plan
  The deal was hammered out in meetings with CIA Director. There are reservations and rejection of some clauses
  Belgium Bush arrives in Belgium   New York Embassy bomber sentenced to life Jun.13   NATO Bush pledges to work with NATO   Israel Tenet meets with security officials   Washington U.S.-N. Korea meeting   Philadelphia NBA Finals: Lakers, 76ers, 100-86 Jun.14   Sweden     Bush met European leaders  Thousands of demonstrators hurled bottles in a protest against globalisation Jun.15   Philadelphia   NBA Final: Lakers roll past Sixers
  Los Angeles defeated Philadelphia 108-96 in Game 5. Lakers won their 2nd consecutive championship
  Oklahoma Tiger barely makes cut at US Open   Hawaii U.S. to lift Japanese vessel Jun.16   Slovenia     Bush meets Putin
  U.S. President hails new era in relations with Russia. Bush invited Putin to his ranch in Crawford, Texas
  Oklahoma Goosen, Cink lead U.S. Open Jun.17   India   3 arested in U.S. embassy bomb plot  Sarvar, Abbas and Hawash from Sudan arrested a in an alleged plot to blow up U.S. embassies in India and Bangladesh   Philadelphia Tropical Storm   New York 3 firefighters dead in blaze Jun.18   Yemen   U.S. Embassy targeted for attack  Embassy came dangerously close to being attacked Jun.20   Iraq U.S. denies Iraq soccer attack   Texas   Mother killed her 5 children  Children in age from 6 months to 7 years were drowned in a bathtub. Andrea Yates was charged with murder   Peru U.S. woman convicted Jun.21   European Union U.S. use of execution criticised Jun.22   Gulf   U.S. military in Gulf on alert  U.S. troops has moved to its highest state of alert on the basis of a threat against U.S. interests   England Davenport down Rubin in 53 min. Jun.26   Washington     Bush meet Sharon  U.S. President urges patience in Mideast. Sharon insisted all violence must end before Israel resumes peace talks   Miami FBI aided arrest of Montesinos Jun.27   England   Court rules U.S. broke rights laws  The world court rules that German-born brothers who were executed for murder the international legal rights were ignored   Washington   China: Harvesting of convicts' organs  Physician Wang Guoqi, in testimony to U.S. lawmakers has accused Beijing of selling the body parts of executed prisoners   New York   Fed cuts rates a quarter  The Federal Reserve made its sixth cut this year   New York NBA draft Jun.28   Washington   Court vacates Microsoft ruling  U.S. Court of Appeals reversed a lower court's ruling that Microsoft be broken into 2 companies as a remedy   Israel     Powell, Arafat meet  U.S. Secretary of State and Palestinian Authority President met to strengthen a cease-fire   San Francisco Bay Area   Retired grocery clerk collects $141M  Alcario Castellano, 66, claimed a $141 million lottery prize. He chose to take the money in a lump sum, $70 million Jun.29   Japan   U.S. troops questioned over rape   Police are holding serviceman for questioning over the alleged rape of Okinawa woman   Washington     Cheney to have defibrillator implanted  Vice President will likely have a small device implanted to monitor and slow abnormal heart rhythms Jun.30   Washington     Bush meets Koizumi  U.S. President strongly supports Japanese Prime Ministeri's reform agenda for ailing economy   London Davenport beat Schnyder   Washington     Cheney get heart implant  Vice President had a heart monitor device to keep track of his heart rhythm and slow it down