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June 2, 2006

International News Headlines - June 2

by Hokuma Karimova, Foreign Desk Editor
This is not original reporting. All information has been compiled from the BBC News. Silver Chips Online posts this news summary to provide readers with a forum for discussion.


Iran.
US intelligence chief, John Negroponte, said that assuming Iran continues its nuclear development, they would attain nuclear weapons within 10 years.

Iraq.
Eleven Iraqi civilians may have been deliberately killed by US troops, after they were thought to be linked with terrorists. The US military is not conducting an investigation.


Uganda.
On behalf of the International Criminal Court (ICC), the Interpol issued wanted notices for five of Uganda's war crime suspects.

Peru.
Former President Alan Garica and his opponent, former officer Ollanta Humala, held their final rallies before Peru's presidential elections this Sunday.

Japan.
US sailor, William Reese, was sentenced to life in prison in Japan, after robbing and murdering a 52 year old woman near the US navy base in Yokosuka.

Spain.
Spain halts Senegal deportation after the first group of deportees complained of being mistreated by the Spanish authority.

Kenya.
A Kenyan policeman and three others have died after a clash between police and street hawkers in the capital of Nairobi.

Nepal.
Nepal Maoist rebels will hold their first political rally in three year in Kathmandu.



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