June 2011

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June 2011 was the sixth month of that common year. It began on a Wednesday and ended after 30 days on a Thursday.

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  • Indian social activist Anna Hazare begins a second hunger strike against corruption. (Al Jazeera)
  • The British government has indicated it is rethinking its controversial proposal to offer 50% sentence cuts to criminals in England and Wales who enter early guilty pleas. (BBC)
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  • Reuters quotes commodities traders who have observed in recent months that "violent, often inexplicable price moves" are becoming a good deal more common, especially in energy commodities such as natural gas. (Reuters)
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  • Oil prices hit a four-month low, with oil now at USD $93 per barrel. (Reuters)
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  • A Chinese court sentences a forklift driver to death for killing a protester in an incident that started unrest in Inner Mongolia. (Straits Times)
  • A French court upholds a life sentence for Yvan Colonna, a former shepherd and Corsican separatist convicted of fatally shooting police prefect Claude Érignac near a concert hall in Ajaccio in 1998. Colonna has denied killing Érignac. (BBC)
  • Former French minister Georges Tron, who resigned last month due to allegations of sexual assault, is arrested by police. (BBC)
  • British Prime Minister David Cameron confirms that controversial plans to allow sentence reductions of up to 50% for criminals who plead guilty in England and Wales have been scrapped. (BBC)
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  • The number of adults with diabetes in the world has more than doubled since 1980, according to a new study. (BBC)
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  • A lawsuit of $25 million is brought by the mother of a U.S. teen, who was kidnapped, bound and forced to consume alcoholic substances before his death at a fraternity house, against the group responsible for his ordeal in the U.S. state of New York. (BBC)
  • Six members of a paramilitary force and a civilian are charged with murder in relation to the death of unarmed Sarfaraz Shah in Karachi, whose 8 June shooting was filmed and later broadcast on television. (BBC)
  • A court ruling restricting the powers of police bail throws thousands of cases in England and Wales into disarray. (BBC)
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