Today On Al Jazeera: June 5th

    Today's top stories from our correspondents around the globe:

    1. The first four refugees fly into Phnom Penh after Australia agrees to pay Cambodia $31m in controversial resettlement deal

    2. A senior US diplomat has warned that Burundi will become difficult if not impossible to govern if the president runs for a third term

    3. A vigil has been held in the Chinese city of Jianli, with hundreds feared dead in a cruise ship disaster

    4. Advanced robotics could revolutionise how we explore the universe

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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