Morning Buzz: June 5, 2007

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This morning's top stories:

  • A pair of military judges have thrown out the cases against two prisoners at Guantanamo Bay on the grounds that they lack the legal status as "unlawful enemy combatants," a major setback for the Bush administration's attempts to try the prisoners in military courts.
  • The Basque separatist group ETA said a year-long ceasefire with Spain was over, promising a renewal of a conflict that has already left 800 dead.
  • The diary of Rutka Laskier, a 14-year-old girl who died at the Auschwitz concentration camp, was unveiled at Israel's Holocaust museum today and is being heralded as the work of a "Polish Anne Frank."
  • Former White House aide Lewis "Scooter" Libby awaits sentencing today for his crimes of perjury and obstruction, and will almost certainly appeal the decision.
  • Changes in climate could endanger 400 species of birds by 2050, a new study claims.