Peter Tork, Mickey Dolenz and Davy Jones reunite and perform in concert during their 45th year Monkees reunion tour at the Pompano Beach Amphitheater in Pompano Beach, Florida on June 5, 2011. UPI/Michael Bush
Tribesmen celebrate in Yemen's second-largest city Taez (Taiz), a flashpoint of anti-regime demonstrations south of the capital Sanaa, on June 5, 2011, as hundreds of people took to the streets to celebrate the departure of long term President Ali Abdullah Saleh, wounded in a blast June 3, and who left for treatment in Saudi Arabia.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former International Monetary Fund Manager, is expected to plead not guilty as he faces charges stemming from last month's incident where he allegedly sexually assaulted a hotel employee.
A volcano in southern Chile, some 600 miles south of Santiago, erupted for a second day on June 5, 2011, shooting out a cloud of ash six miles high. Residents evacuated from the Puyehue-Cordón Caulle volcano complex area, and there have been no injuries.
A group of demonstrators dance at the Jefferson Memorial a week after five demonstrators were forcefully arrested by U.S. Park Police for dancing inside the memorial. The group's purpose was to draw attention and defy a recent court ruling that forbids dancing at memorials.
NASA's space shuttle "Endeavour" returns home to Runway 15 at the Kennedy Space Center at 2:35 am on June 1, 2011. Endeavour is completing its twenty fifth and final mission, STS 134, for NASA's shuttle program. Endeavour and her six person crew flew to the International Space Station, dropping off supplies as well as the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer during its sixteen day mission.
Violence continues to rock major cities in Yemen as supporters of tribal leader, Hamid al-Ahmar, battle with government forces. This collection follows the developing crisis in Yemen from the February 2011 when President Ali Abdullah Saleh first refused to step down.
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