June 1 – Large protests against Slobodan Milošević's regime in Belgrade. The opposition leader Vuk Drašković and his wife Danica are arrested.
June 1 – President of Guatemala Jorge Serrano Elías is forced to flee the country after an attempted self-coup.
June 1 – Burundian presidential election, 1993: The first multiparty elections in Burundi since the country's independence lead to the election of Melchior Ndadaye, leader of the Front for Democracy in Burundi. The next day's legislative election sees his party win with an overwhelming majority.
June 5 – The National Assembly of Venezuela designates Ramón José Velásquez as successor of suspended President Carlos Andrés Pérez.
June 5 – 24 Pakistani troops in the UN forces are killed in Mogadishu, Somalia
June 5 – United States Supreme Court rules on landmark case Minnesota v. Dickerson
June 6 – Following the Revolutionary Nationalist Movement's victory, Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada becomes president of Bolivia
June 6 – Mongolia holds its first direct presidential elections.
June 8 – In Paris, Christian Didier breaks into the home of René Bousquet, banker and former Vichy France administrator, and shoots him dead.
June 8 – The PKK-declared ceasefire ends.
June 9 – The Montreal Canadiens win their 24th Stanley Cup defeating the Los Angeles Kings in the Finals.
June 14 – Tansu Çiller becomes the first female Prime Minister of Turkey.
June 14 – Multipartyists win a referendum on the future of the one-party system in Malawi.
June 18 – Iraq disarmament crisis: Iraq refuses to allow UNSCOM weapons inspectors to install remote-controlled monitoring cameras at 2 missile engine test stands.
June 20 – Japanese Earthquake: A 7.5 earthquake hits Japan, killing 385 people.
June 20 – John Paxson's three-point shot in Game 6 of the NBA Finals helps the Chicago Bulls secure a 99-98 win over the Phoenix Suns, and their third consecutive championship.
June 22 – Japan's New Party Sakigake breaks away from the Liberal Democratic Party.
June 23 – In Manassas, Virginia, Lorena Bobbitt cuts off the penis of her husband John Wayne Bobbitt.
June 24 – A Unabomber bomb injures computer scientist David Gelernter at Yale University.
June 24 – Andrew Wiles wins worldwide fame after presenting his solution for Fermat's Last Theorem, a problem that has been unsolved for more than 3 centuries.
June 25 – Kim Campbell becomes the 19th, and first female, Prime Minister of Canada.
June 25 – Zoran Lilić succeeds to Dobrica Ćosić as President of Yugoslavia.
June 25 – The litas is introduced in Lithuania.
June 25 – Jacques Attali resigns as President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
June 26-28 – Typhoon Koryn causes important damages in the Philippines, China and Macau.
June 27 – U.S. President Bill Clinton orders a cruise missile attack on Iraqi intelligence headquarters in the Al-Mansur District of Baghdad, in response to the attempted assassination of former U.S. President George H. W. Bush during his visit to Kuwait in mid-April.
June 27 – In Bad Kleinen, Germany, GSG 9 troopers arrest terrorists Birgit Hogefeld and Wolfgang Grams.
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