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UEFA President Michel Platini is released from hospital.
2010 FIFA World Cup: Germany defeats Uruguay 3-2 to finish third.
BP is set to remove the containment cap over the destroyed Deepwater Horizon oil well in the Gulf of Mexico, and replace it with a bigger cap. Oil and gas will spew unrestricted from the well for an estimated four to seven days until the new cap is in place.
''Rosetta'' space probe
The Rosetta probe makes a flyby past the 21 Lutetia asteroid to gather scientific data.
The leaders of North and South Sudan begin talks on a strategy to deal with the results of next year's referendum on independence for the latter.
Sri Lankan lawmaker Wimal Weerawansa ends his hunger strike against United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's decision to send a human rights panel to investigate war crimes to the country.
North Korea offers to return to the six-party talks over its nuclear weapons programme.
Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan makes a final campaign push on the eve of the country's Upper House election.
National League for Democracy
A breakaway group from the National League for Democracy in Burma registers to participate in the general election later this year.
Between 1.1 and 1.5 million people, according to organisers, and 56000 demonstrators, according to spanish protesters-counting specialized company "Lynce", demonstrate in central Barcelona demanding greater autonomy for Catalonia within Spain.
A new bill is introduced in the Israeli Knesset that would force Haredi Jewish schools to teach core subjects such as mathematics, science, English, and civics, or lose state funding.
An aid ship trying to carry aid to Gaza is forced to dock at el-Arish in Egypt, after coming under heavy Israeli pressure to not break Israel's Gaza blockade.
Gunman Raoul Moat shoots and kills himself after a 6-hour standoff with police, ending the largest manhunt in United Kingdom's recent history.
People's Republic of China
Chinese exports rose by 43.9% this past June, compared to the same time last year.
After public outcry, gamemaker Blizzard Entertainment rescinds its plan to force users of its World of Warcraft online game to post under their real names.
After more than a century in British collections, the head of Noongar leader Yagan is ceremonially buried on the 177th anniversary of his last full day of freedom.
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