Saturday, June 9, 2012


Amongst events happening around the world this past week include:
*Political analysts report that so far, Republican candidates have far outspent Democratic candidates campaigning for the fall elections, but remind voters that it's a question of quality, not quantity.
*China is preparing to launched its first manned space flight later this month to an already orbiting experimental module.
*The International Division of the Starbucks Corporation is trying to recover from a major social fault after asking their Irish customers "Are you proud to be British?"
*The International Atomic Energy Commission says talks with Iran concerning that country's attempt of establishing a nuclear program have reached a stalemate at present.
*Civil unrest continues in Syria and Bahraini.
*The Mexican war against drugs continues.

*Famed author Ray Bradbury (Fahrenheit 451, The Martian Chronicles).
*Actor turned game host Richard Dawson (Hogan's Heroes, Family Feud, The Running Man).
*Authorities are investigating the shooting death of former Fleetwood Mac band member Bob Welch.

*"I'll Have Another" hopes to be the first horse to win the Triple Crown when it competes in the Belmont Stakes later today. The last horse to win that race, along with the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes was "Affirmed" in 1978.
*Maria Sharapova has won the Women's Singles division of the 2012 French Open in professional tennis.

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