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02 June 2015 Military News

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  • Obama Signs Bill Reforming Lapsed Surveillance Program VOA 02 Jun 2015 -- President Barack Obama on Tuesday signed a bill to reform and restart the bulk collection of Americans' telephone records, a program that expired earlier this week.
  • US Senate Set for New Votes on Surveillance Programs VOA 02 Jun 2015 -- The U.S. Senate is set for a new showdown on restarting the government's massive national security surveillance program.
  • Burundi: UN urges return to political dialogue amid ongoing tensions, humanitarian crisis UN News 02 Jun 2015 -- The United Nations is continuing its efforts to facilitate a dialogue among Burundian stakeholders amid the country's ongoing political deadlock and a burgeoning humanitarian crisis, a spokesperson for the Organization announced today.
  • Delta Militants Question Amnesty as Buhari Takes Office VOA 02 Jun 2015 -- Former militants in Nigeria's Niger Delta say unrest may resume if the country's new president ends the amnesty program and monthly payments that brought peace to the oil-producing region.
  • Omar al-Bashir sworn in as Sudan's president Press TV 02 Jun 2015 -- Sudan's Omar al-Bashir has been sworn in for another five-year term as president, following a landslide victory in a recent election, which was boycotted by the opposition and marred by allegations of fraud.
  • Why isn't Guinea-Bissau prepared for Ebola? IRIN 02 Jun 2015 -- The government of Guinea-Bissau has known for months about the risk of Ebola entering the country, but it hasn't done enough to prepare. Now there is a cluster of cases just across the border. Residents say it will be good fortune rather than good planning if an outbreak is avoided.
  • MERS Outbreak Spreads in South Korea VOA 02 Jun 2015 -- South Korean authorities reported Tuesday that two patients infected with MERS, the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, have died and the total number of infected with deadly virus has risen to 25. This is the largest MERS outbreak outside of the Middle East.



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