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US 'concern' for jailed reporters Chrysler's sale to Fiat delayed Bail denied for Cuba 'spies' Shooting at Holocaust museum
Cheney: No link between Saddam, 9/11 Ex-U.S. commander in Iraq calls for inquiry 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 Ex-US official, wife charged as Cuba spies

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  A 72-year-old former State Department employee Walter Kendall Myers has been charged with illegally aiding the government of Cuba for nearly 30 years
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  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
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
Jun.12   Washington U.S. to provide $73M in aid to Zimbabwe Jun.13   Washington   US condemns North Korean threat  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton: North Korea's threat to 'weaponise' its plutonium stocks is 'provocative' and 'deeply regrettable' Jun.14   Washington     Biden has 'doubts' about Iranian election  U.S. Vice President expressed doubts about the validity of Iran's presidential election, but said it would take more time to analyze the res... Jun.15   Washington     Obama warns doctors over reforms  US President has told a meeting of doctors that spiralling healthcare costs could bankrupt the American economy Jun.16   Washington   Nuclear N Korea is 'grave threat'  US President at a news conference with S. Korean president has warned that a nuclear-armed North Korea poses a 'grave threat' to the world Jun.19   Washington     World 'watching Iran', Obama says  US President has told Iran that 'the world is watching', after its supreme leader demanded an end to post-election demonstrations Jun.20   Washington   US urges Iran to end 'violence'  President Obama has warned Iran to stop all 'violence and unjust action against its own people', after a day of protests over the vote Jun.22   Washington   Fatal crash on subway system
  Two rush-hour trains have collided in Washington DC, killing 7 people and injuring several others
  Washington   Shah's son calls crisis a 'moment of truth'  Reza Shah Pahlavi is warning that the democratic movement born out of the election crisis might not succeed without international support Jun.23   Washington     Obama condemns 'unjust' violence
  US President has strongly condemned the 'unjust actions' of Iran in clamping down on election protests
  Washington   Crash subway 'warned over trains'  The DC subway was urged to replace or upgrade aging trains three years before Monday's crash that killed nine people   Washington   U.S. to send ambassador back to Syria  President Obama has decided to send an ambassador to Syria, a sign of reconciliation between the two countries Jun.24   Washington     Obama sent letter to Khamenei  Iranian sources: U.S. President sent a direct message to Iran's Supreme Leader weeks before this month's disputed election Jun.25   Washington   U.S. criticizes arrest of Chinese dissident  The United States said it was 'deeply disturbed' over Liu Xiaobo's arrest for alleged subversive activities and pressed for his release   Mexico     Iran envoy: CIA involved in Neda shooting  The country's ambassador to Mexico: The U.S. may have been behind the killing of the 26-year-old woman whose fatal shooting was videotaped Jun.26   Washington   US appoints envoy to Muslim world  The State Department has appointed Farah Pandith as its first Special Representative to Muslim Communities   Washington     Obama praise for Iran's Mousavi  US President has praised the opposition candidate in disputed presidential election, saying 'Mousavi had captured the imagination'   House of Representatives   US House supports emissions bill  The House has passed a climate change bill aimed at reducing the country's emissions and tackle global warming Jun.30   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  President Obama's party secured a critical 60 seats in the Senate, after the last undecided seat was awarded to a Democrat


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