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Ultimate review of 2011: June

By Naila Missous, Josh Wells, Dave Burridge, Vanessa Martinez, Cristian Meza, Matt Hill and Richard Smith


Middle East

Once again, the world saw uproar throughout the Middle East as both Syria and Yemen took centre stage.

Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh is taken to a Saudi Arabia for hospital for treatment after an attack on the presidential home. Whilst Syria saw its troops lay siege to Jisr ash-Shugur.


Greece receives yet more bail out money as some economist begin to suspect the eurozone nations of playing for time to allow banks that Greece owe money to, to build up reserves.


U.S. Rep. Anthony D. Weiner announced June 16, 2011 his resignation after a scandal arose after he accidentally tweeting a link to a provocative photo of himself. Although he at first blamed hackers and denied allegations, he later admitted responsibility for the tweet and sexting other women.


Pitbull’s ‘Give Me Everything’ topped the charts for three consecutive weeks, until beaten by Example’s debut number one, ‘Change The Way You Kiss Me’.

The Arctic Monkey’s Suck it and See, became the number one album.



The tennis season was now in full swing as the players headed to London for Wimbledon. Novak Djokovic continued his stunning season as he beat Rafael Nadal in the final to win his first Wimbledon championship and his second grand slam of the year. In the ladies championship Petra Kvitoria of the Czech Republic beat Maria Sharapova of Russia.

Over in America Rory Mcllroy recovered from his collapse at the masters to win the U.S. open, the first major of his career. Mcllroy put on a breath taking display as he finished the tournament eight strokes ahead of his nearest competitor.

With the men’s season complete it was time for women’s football to take centre stage as the Fifa Women’s world cup was being held in Germany. After knocking out pre tournament favourites Germany, Japan faced the United States in the final. After a 2-2 draw the match had to be decided by penalties and Japan defied the odds to come out on top and win the tournament for the first time, becoming the first Asian side to ever win the tournament, including the men’s version.

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