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B. 06-02 Car bomb blasts Danish embassy Pakistan
2. 06-02 Syria agrees to nuclear probe Syria
D. 06-02 China works to prevent 'epidemic' Sichuan
E. 06-02 Sect children set to go home Texas
06-02 Summit targets global food crisis Rome
6. 06-02 Protesters win concessions Thailand
H. 06-02 Safina shocks top seed Sharapova Paris
I. 06-02 Navies to tackle Somali pirates Somalia
9. 06-02 Mugabe at food summit 'obscene' Rome

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Jun.2   Pakistan     Car bomb blasts Danish embassy
  A massive blast targeting the Danish Embassy killed at least six people and wounded more than a dozen. An embassy worker was among the dead
 Some Danish embassies around the world have been threatened since a cartoon depicting the Prophet Muhammad was reprinted in newspapers in February


  Syria     Syria agrees to nuclear probe
  Syria has agreed to let IAEA inspectors into the country this month to probe allegations of illegal nuclear activity


  Sichuan     China works to prevent 'epidemic' Map of Sichuan  China vowed to prevent any outbreak of disease as it cleans up after last month's massive earthquake that killed nearly 70,000

  Texas Sect children set to go home  A judge has signed an order allowing parents to take home more than 400 children who had been removed from a polygamist sect

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  Rome   Summit targets global food crisis
  A key UN-sponsored summit is set to open aimed at addressing the problem of soaring global food prices


  Thailand   Protesters win concessions  Despite winning a string of government concessions, hundreds continued to protest on the streets, some calling for the prime minister to resign

  Paris Safina shocks top seed Sharapova  Maria Sharapova was a shock casualty at the French Open when she crashed 6-7 7-6 6-2 against fellow Russian Dinara Safina

  Somalia Navies to tackle Somali pirates  The UN Security Council has unanimously voted to allow countries to send warships into Somalia's waters to tackle pirates

  Rome Mugabe at food summit 'obscene'  Western leaders attacked Zimbabwe's president for participating in this week's U.N. summit on the global food crisis while his people are going hungry
 Ban Ki-moon has urged nations to seize an 'historic opportunity to revitalise agriculture' as a way of tackling the food crisis Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe and Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad took advantage of a U.N. summit to point the finger of blame for the current food crisis at western nations Western leaders attacked Zimbabwe's president for participating in this week's U.N. summit on the global food crisis while his people are going hungry


  Mexico Car crashes into bike race; one dead  A car plowed into a weekend bike race along a highway near the U.S.-Mexico border, killing one and injuring 10 others. The driver was drunk

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