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1. 06-02 12 killed in England shooting spree Cumbria, Northern England
C. 06-06 Nadal wins fifth French Open Paris
D. 06-09 Dutch PM resigns party leadership Netherlands
E. 06-12 Centre-right opposition wins election Slovakia
06-15 Bloody Sunday killed were innocent Londonderry, Northern Ireland
G. 06-16 US Congress set to grill BP chief U.S. Congress
H. 06-19 Sweden's crown princess marries Stockholm, Sweden
8. 06-24 Belgian Catholic offices raided in sex probe Belgium

Summary.     Click for More > BP to fund $20bn oil spill payout US Congress set to grill BP chief  Tony Hayward is set to face a grilling, a day after the oil firm agreed a $20bn compensation fund for victims of the Gulf of Mexico oil spil... Congress tells BP ignored oil well dangers BP 'strong despite spill setback' Sweden's crown princess marries BP CEO Hayward criticised for yacht trip Presidential election headed for runoff Belgian Catholic offices raided in sex probe  Belgian authorities have raided the headquarters of the Belgian Catholic Church during an investigation into child sex abuse claims Holders Italy out of World Cup by Slovakia Deadly blast at Greece ministry Mass infant burial site investigated Merkel: there are no divisions with Obama Germany thrash England Pope deplores Belgian 'sex abuse' raids Italy to fight for crucifixes in classrooms Spy suspect 'missing' in Cyprus
12 killed in England shooting spree BP fits cap but yet to stop leak in Gulf  On day 46 of the oil spill, BP began to siphon oil from the ruptured undersea well to the surface, where it was flowing onto the awaiting drill... Nadal wins fifth French Open Dutch PM resigns party leadership  Jan Peter Balkenende resigned as leader of the Christian Democratic Alliance after exit polls projected that his party would lose 20 parliamentary... Centre-right opposition wins election US urges quicker BP oil strategy Bloody Sunday killed were innocent Map of Londonderry United Kingdom
Jun.2   Northern England
Jun.4   Louisiana
Jun.6   Paris
Jun.9   Netherlands
Jun.12   Slovakia
  Washington
Jun.15   Northern Ireland
  All those killed on Bloody Sunday were innocent, the Saville Report has ruled. Thirteen marchers were shot dead on 30 January 1972
Jun.16   Washington
  U.S. Congress
Jun.17   U.S. Congress
Jun.18   United Kingdom
Jun.19   Sweden
  Washington
Jun.20   Poland
Jun.24   Belgium
  Johannesburg
  Athens
Jun.25   Rome
  Canada
Jun.27   South Africa
  Vatican
Jun.29   Italy
Jun.30   Cyprus



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Europe
Soderling ends Federer reign
Nadal beats Almagro to reach semis
Nadal to play Soderling in Open final
Nadal wins fifth French Open
Italian makes history in Paris
Benitez to manage Inter Milan
Hewitt stuns Federer in Halle
Public sector to strike against austerity
Dutch PM resigns party leadership
Oil spill 'will not harm' UK-US ties
Centre-right opposition wins election
Bloody Sunday killed were innocent
Sweden's crown princess marries
Belgian Catholic offices raided in sex probe
Pope deplores Belgian 'sex abuse' raids
Italy to fight for crucifixes in classrooms
12 killed in England shooting spree
French trader Kerviel faces court
Mobster: Amanda Knox is innocent
'Israeli spy' arrested in Poland
Belgian Catholic offices raided in sex probe
Deadly blast at Greece ministry
Spy suspect 'missing' in Cyprus
Public sector to strike against austerity
French trader Kerviel faces court
Sweden to replace nuclear plants
BP 'strong despite spill setback'
Benitez to manage Inter Milan
Transcript reveals last moments of flight
Stowaway survives in jet undercarriage
South Africa
French football turmoil after row
France's nightmare ends, hosts fall short
Holders Italy out of World Cup by Slovakia
Spain beat Chile to top spot
Germany thrash England
Dutch outclass Slovakia
FIFA apologizes to England, Mexico
Spain beats Portugal 1-0
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French football turmoil after row
France's nightmare ends, hosts fall short
Holders Italy out of World Cup by Slovakia
Spain beat Chile to top spot
Germany thrash England
Dutch outclass Slovakia
FIFA apologizes to England, Mexico
Spain beats Portugal 1-0
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North America
Hamilton leads McLaren to Canada 1-2
McDowell takes U.S. Open title
US Congress set to grill BP chief
Merkel: there are no divisions with Obama
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BP fits cap but yet to stop leak in Gulf
US urges quicker BP oil strategy
US Congress set to grill BP chief
BP to fund $20bn oil spill payout
Congress tells BP ignored oil well dangers
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BP fits cap but yet to stop leak in Gulf
US urges quicker BP oil strategy
US Congress set to grill BP chief
BP to fund $20bn oil spill payout
USA
McDowell takes U.S. Open title
US Congress set to grill BP chief
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BP fits cap but yet to stop leak in Gulf
US urges quicker BP oil strategy
US Congress set to grill BP chief
BP to fund $20bn oil spill payout
Congress tells BP ignored oil well dangers
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BP fits cap but yet to stop leak in Gulf
US urges quicker BP oil strategy
US Congress set to grill BP chief
BP to fund $20bn oil spill payout
France
Soderling ends Federer reign
Nadal to play Soderling in Open final
Nadal wins fifth French Open
Italian makes history in Paris
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French trader Kerviel faces court
French trader Kerviel faces court
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Washington Your ad is here
US Congress set to grill BP chief
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US urges quicker BP oil strategy
US Congress set to grill BP chief
BP to fund $20bn oil spill payout
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US urges quicker BP oil strategy
US Congress set to grill BP chief
BP to fund $20bn oil spill payout
United Kingdom Your ad is here
Oil spill 'will not harm' UK-US ties
Bloody Sunday killed were innocent
12 killed in England shooting spree
BP 'strong despite spill setback'
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Stowaway survives in jet undercarriage
Italy
Benitez to manage Inter Milan
Italy to fight for crucifixes in classrooms
Mobster: Amanda Knox is innocent
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Benitez to manage Inter Milan
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Centre-right opposition wins election
Presidential election headed for runoff
'Israeli spy' arrested in Poland
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Transcript reveals last moments of flight
England Your ad is here
Oil spill 'will not harm' UK-US ties
12 killed in England shooting spree
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Stowaway survives in jet undercarriage
Bloemfontein
France's nightmare ends, hosts fall short
Germany thrash England
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France's nightmare ends, hosts fall short
Germany thrash England
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Presidential election headed for runoff
'Israeli spy' arrested in Poland
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Transcript reveals last moments of flight

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Soderling ends Federer reign 12 killed in England shooting spree Map of Cumbria United Kingdom  At least 12 people have been killed and 25 injured after a gunman -- believed to be a local taxi driver -- went on a shooting spree through 3 small towns Nadal to play Soderling in Open final   BP fits cap but yet to stop leak in Gulf


June 2010 ... more > Top ^
Jun.1   Paris
 Poland  Transcript reveals last moments of flight
Jun.2  Paris  Nadal beats Almagro to reach semis
  Northern England  
Jun.4   Paris
 New York  Euro plummets below $1.20
  Louisiana  
  On day 46 of the oil spill, BP began to siphon oil from the ruptured undersea well to the surface, where it was flowing onto the awaiting drill ship
Jun.6   Paris   Nadal wins fifth French Open  Rafael Nadal blew Robin Soderling away to regain his French Open crown and reclaim his status as the game's number one ranked player   Paris Italian makes history in Paris  Cyprus  Pope starts Middle East bishops group Jun.7   Spain Public sector to strike against austerity   Paris French trader Kerviel faces court Jun.8  Milan  Benitez to manage Inter Milan Jun.9   Netherlands   Dutch PM resigns party leadership
  Jan Peter Balkenende resigned as leader of the Christian Democratic Alliance after exit polls projected that his party would lose 20 parliamentary seats
  London Stowaway survives in jet undercarriage
Jun.10   London Oil spill 'will not harm' UK-US ties Jun.11  Cape Town  France and Uruguay goalless   Italy Mobster: Amanda Knox is innocent Jun.12   Poland 'Israeli spy' arrested in Poland   Slovakia   Centre-right opposition wins election  5 opposition parties will be able to form a governing coalition, although Prime Minister Robert Fico's leftist Smer party is likely to finish with most votes   Washington     US urges quicker BP oil strategy  A top Coast Guard official has said that BP's plans to contain oil gushing into the Gulf of Mexico from a blown-out well do not go far enoug... Jun.13  South Africa  Koren leads Slovenia past 10-man Algeria  Eastern Germany  Hewitt stuns Federer in Halle  Montreal  Hamilton leads McLaren to Canada 1-2  South Africa  Rampant Germany crush Australia Jun.14  Johannesburg  Poulsen own-goal costs Denmark dearly Jun.15   Northern Ireland   Bloody Sunday killed were innocent Map of Londonderry United Kingdom
  All those killed on Bloody Sunday were innocent, the Saville Report has ruled. Thirteen marchers were shot dead on 30 January 1972
  Eastern Germany Man takes hostages at Leipzig store Jun.16   Washington     BP to fund $20bn oil spill payout  Oil giant is to put $20bn in a compensation fund for victims of the Gulf oil spill and will not pay shareholders a dividend this year   U.S. Congress     US Congress set to grill BP chief
  Tony Hayward is set to face a grilling, a day after the oil firm agreed a $20bn compensation fund for victims of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill
Jun.17  South Africa  Greece beat Nigeria   Sweden Sweden to replace nuclear plants
  U.S. Congress   Congress tells BP ignored oil well dangers   Chief executive Tony Hayward has been told by an angry US Congressional panel his firm ignored dangers when drilling in the Gulf of Mexico Jun.18  Cape Town  Sorry England draw by Algeria   Spain Writer Saramago, winner of Nobel, dies   United Kingdom   BP 'strong despite spill setback'  Chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg: BP remains a 'strong company' despite the'setback' it has suffered as a result of the oil spill in the US Gulf... Jun.19   Sweden   Sweden's crown princess marries Map of Stockholm Sweden  4-day royal wedding celebration reached its peak when Crown Princess Victoria married commoner Daniel Westling at Stockholm Cathedral  South Africa  Anelka sent home for coach insult   Poland Poland votes after deadly crash  South Africa  Denmark ousts Cameroon 2-1  South Africa  Netherlands 1, Japan 0   Washington   BP CEO Hayward criticised for yacht trip  Tony Hayward has faced fresh criticism for taking time off to go boating with his son instead of dealing with the Gulf of Mexico oil spill Jun.20   South Africa French football turmoil after row   Poland   Presidential election headed for runoff  The leading candidate, interim President Bronislaw Komorowski, failed to garner more than 50 percent of the vote   California McDowell takes U.S. Open title Jun.21  Cape Town  Portugal 7, North Korea 0  London  Federer avoids upset with 5-set win  Johannesburg  Villa fires Spain past Honduras   Greece Greece 'to compensate tourists'   London Israeli plans to ease blockade praised Jun.22   South Africa France's nightmare ends, hosts fall short  South Africa  Wins for Spain and Chile  London  Serena, Nadal cruise at Wimbledon Jun.23   London 'Most valuable auction': Picasso, Monet  Johannesburg  Germany and Ghana go through Jun.24   Belgium   Belgian Catholic offices raided in sex probe
  Belgian authorities have raided the headquarters of the Belgian Catholic Church during an investigation into child sex abuse claims
  Johannesburg     Holders Italy out of World Cup by Slovakia  Reigning champions were sensationally knocked out by Slovakia that clinched a place in the last 16 with victory in a match of incredible drama...  London  American wins 70-68 in longest epic   Barcelona At least 12 killed as train hits crowd
  Athens   Deadly blast at Greece ministry  A bomb blast at the offices of Greece's public order ministry in Athens has killed one person, a senior ministerial aide who opened a parcel  Cape Town  Netherlands 2, Cameroon 1 Jun.25   South Africa Spain beat Chile to top spot   Rome   Mass infant burial site investigated  English archaeologists they are trying to figure out why 97 babies were buried around a Roman-era villa that may have been used as a brothel   Canada     Merkel: there are no divisions with Obama   Chancellor has insisted that Europe's leaders are making good progress in talks with the US about how to bolster fragile economic growth  London  Roddick, Federer on course for semis Jun.26   Vatican Vatican steps up attack on raids  London  Serena, Sharapova win Jun.27   South Africa     Germany thrash England   England suffer their heaviest defeat at a World Cup finals as Germany crush them 4-1 to go through to the quarter-finals   Vatican     Pope deplores Belgian 'sex abuse' raids  Benedict XVI has joined mounting Vatican criticism of raids by Belgian police investigating alleged child sex abuse, calling them 'deplorable'  Spain  Vettel wins European GP Jun.28   South Africa Dutch outclass Slovakia  Paris  France soccer head resigns  London  Roddick knocked out by unseeded Lu   Vatican Pope reprimands cardinal over criticism Jun.29   Italy   Italy to fight for crucifixes in classrooms  Italy will fight against a European court ruling that crucifixes in classrooms violate students' right to freedom of religion   South Africa FIFA apologizes to England, Mexico  London  Venus and Clijsters crash out   Cyprus Police arrest 11th Russian spy   Cape Town Spain beats Portugal 1-0 Jun.30   Cyprus     Spy suspect 'missing' in Cyprus  Canadian Christopher Metsos, one of 11 suspects accused by the US of spying for Russia has gone missing after being freed on bail  London  Berdych dumps Federer out of Wimbledon