Tagagamit:Bluemask/In the news/2009-06
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2009-06[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
- June 30: The Dubai-based supply ship MV Demas Victory capsizes off the coast of Doha, Qatar, with 35 people on board.
- June 30: The Gas Exporting Countries Forum elects Abdullah Bin Hamad Al-Attiyah, the oil and energy minister of Qatar, as the president of the organization.
- June 30: In Argentina's legislative election, the Front for Victory, the ruling party led by President Cristina Kirchner, loses absolute majority in congress, but retains a plurality of the seats.
- June 30: President of Cameroon Paul Biya dismisses Prime Minister Ephraïm Inoni and appoints Philémon Yang to the office.
- June 30: The Preparatory Commission for the International Renewable Energy Agency designates Masdar City, Abu Dhabi, as the headquarters of the organization.
- June 30: A freight train carrying liquefied petroleum gas derails and explodes in Viareggio, Italy, killing at least 16 people and injuring more than 35 others.
- June 30: The Taliban withdraws from a peace deal with the Government of Pakistan, killing approximately 30 Pakistani soldiers shortly after making the announcement.
- June 30: Yemenia Flight 626, en route to Moroni, Comoros, crashes with 153 people aboard.
- June 29: Iran's Guardian Council declares itself the final authority on the recent controversial election, certifying Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as President.
- June 28: At least 13 people are killed in the Czech Republic and Poland by floods, which have also impacted Austria, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia.
- June 28: The 2008–09 Volvo Ocean Race concludes in Saint Petersburg, Russia, with Sweden's Ericsson 4 team winning the overall competition.