News Headlines - 01 June 2012

▽Diamond Jubilee: Madness to give London a 'knees up' with show from Buckingham Palace roof - Evening Standard
Organisers today said the Eighties group would perform their hit Our House from the roof to an audience of 12,000 in front of the Palace ― and more than a billion viewers worldwide ― at the Diamond Jubilee Concert on Monday.

▽Houla massacre 'may be crime against humanity' - BBC
Last week's killing of more than 100 civilians at Houla in Syria may amount to crimes against humanity, the UN high commissioner for human rights has said.

▽Aung San Suu Kyi Calls for "Healthy Skepticism" of Burma's Reforms - Voice of America
Burmese democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi called on the international investors Friday to exercise "healthy skepticism" as her country implements reforms after half a century of military rule.

▽Korean, Japanese automakers post solid May sales - Reuters
Automakers in Japan and South Korea continued to post solid gains in sales in May with Hyundai Motor (005380.KS) and Kia Motors (000270.KS) benefiting from the sustained recovery of the U.S. market while Japanese domestic sales were supported by government incentives for fuel-efficient models.

▽Putin Heads To Germany, France For Talks On Syria, Business - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Moves to strengthen economic links and the conflict in Syria are expected to top the agenda as Russian President Vladimir Putin meets the leaders of France and Germany, the two biggest European Union economies.






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