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06-06 US lawmaker admits lewd picture New York
C. 06-06 Fierce clashes; fate of Saleh uncertain Taiz, Yemen
D. 06-06 Apple boss unveils iCloud service San Francisco Bay Area
E. 06-06 Ban Ki-moon to seek second term at U.N. UN
F. 06-06 TV, radio slapped w/ soc. media restriction Paris
6. 06-06 Japan confirms nucl. reactors' meltdown Fukushima, Japan
H. 06-06 Syria vows to deal with attackers Jisr al-Shughour, Syria
8. 06-06 EU to hold E.coli crisis meeting Luxembourg
9. 06-06 Fatal China floods follow drought Guizhou, Southern China

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Jun.6   New York   US lawmaker admits lewd picture
  Married congressman Anthony Weiner has admitted sending a picture of his underpants to a young woman, but says he will not resign


  Yemen     Fierce clashes; fate of Saleh uncertain Map of Taiz Yemen  The fiercest clashes since anti-government demonstrations began in Taiz four months ago erupted overnight Monday

  San Francisco Bay Area Apple boss unveils iCloud service  Apple has unveiled its service at annual developers' conference. Steve Jobs returned from medical leave to show off the features

  UN Ban Ki-moon to seek second term at U.N.  After an eventful first term Ban Ki-moon announced his intention to seek a second five-year stint as the United Nations' secretary-general

  Paris TV, radio slapped w/ soc. media restriction  A decree from the early 1990s is putting an end to television and radio announcers naming social networking sites on air

  Japan Japan confirms nucl. reactors' meltdown  Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant experienced full meltdowns at three reactors in the wake of an earthquake and tsunami in March

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  Syria     Syria vows to deal with attackers
Map of Jisr al-Shughour Syria
  Syria's government has vowed to deal 'decisively' with the gunmen blamed for the deaths of 120 security personnel in the northern town


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  Luxembourg   EU to hold E.coli crisis meeting
  EU agriculture ministers are to hold emergency talks, as efforts continue to find the source of an E.coli outbreak which has killed 22 people


  Southern China Fatal China floods follow drought  At least 14 people have been killed in raging flood waters that have swept through Guizhou province where scores of people are missing

San Francisco Bay Area , June 6, 2011 Timeline