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06-05 9/11 suspects on trial Guantanamo
2. 06-05 Court annuls Turkish scarf reform Turkey
3. 06-05 Police 'attack U.S. diplomats' Zimbabwe
E. 06-05 Safina streaks to first major final Paris
F. 06-05 Aftershocks threaten quake lake Sichuan
G. 06-05 U.N. to pursue Darfur 'war criminals' UN Security Council
H. 06-05 Billion dollars pledged for food crisis Rome
8. 06-05 Zimbabwe suspends aid operations Zimbabwe
J. 06-05 9/11 suspect to court: Martyr me Guantanamo

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Morning News


Jun.5   Guantanamo   9/11 suspects on trial
  Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, and 4 other key suspects are appearing at a military tribunal


  Turkey   Court annuls Turkish scarf reform
  Highest court has annulled a parliamentary reform allowing college students to wear Muslim headscarves


  Zimbabwe   Police 'attack U.S. diplomats'
  Zimbabwe police, soldiers and war veterans stopped a convoy of U.S. and British embassy vehicles and threatened to burn the diplomats


  Paris   Safina streaks to first major final  Dinara Safina advanced to the French Open climax by beating fellow Russian Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-3 6-2

  Sichuan     Aftershocks threaten quake lake Map of Sichuan  Authorities expected water to begin draining from a lake created by last month's devastating earthquake

  UN Security Council U.N. to pursue Darfur 'war criminals'  A prosecutor for the International Criminal Court plans to brief the Security Council to try two men for war crimes committed in the region

Day News


  Rome   Billion dollars pledged for food crisis
  World leaders have made 'extraordinary' commitments to short-term food crisis solutions but more work is needed on long-term solutions
 Leaders from 181 countries made the commitment at the close of a three-day UN summit on food shortages. Global food production must be doubled by 2030 and farmers in poor countries better supported


  Zimbabwe   Zimbabwe suspends aid operations
  The government has indefinitely suspended all field work by aid groups and non-governmental organisations


  Guantanamo   9/11 suspect to court: Martyr me  September 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed used his first day in court to intimidate his co-defendants into refusing their right to counsel

  USA Obama targets 'Republican' states  Barack Obama has been turning his attention to winning over traditionally Republican-voting states in his campaign to be the next US president

  Paris Ivanovic sees off Jankovic in thriller  2nd seed Ana Ivanovic is through to the French Open final after defeating fellow-Serb 3rd seed Jelena Jankovic in a 3-set thriller

Evening News


  Washington     Surprise Obama-Clinton talks held
  Democratic hopeful Barack Obama has had an unannounced meeting with his defeated rival Hillary Clinton to bring their campaigns together

San Francisco Bay Area , June 5, 2008 Timeline