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B. 2007-11-12 Pakistan faces suspension threat London
C. 2006-12-08 Fiji suspended from Commonwealth London
2004-05-22 Commonwealth reinstates Pakistan England
4. 2002-08-04 Manchester Games closed Northern England
5. 2002-08-04 Thorpe bagged his 6th gold medal England

Fiji suspended from Commonwealth
Pakistan faces suspension threat


year 2007 Top ^

Nov.12   London  
  Commonwealth foreign ministers have given Pakistan 10 days to lift emergency rule or face suspension


year 2006 Top ^

Dec.8   London  
  The Commonwealth has suspended membership in protest at its recent military coup, followed a meeting of foreign ministers



year 2004 Top ^

May.22   England  
  The group expected Musharraf to honor an assurance that he would step down as head of the army by the end of 2004


year 2002 Top ^

Aug.4   Northern England   Manchester Games closed
  The Queen officially brought the curtain down on the Commonwealth Games in front of 38,000 sell-out crowd
  England   Thorpe bagged his 6th gold medal
  Petria Thomas her fourth and fifth
Jul.25   Northern England   17th Commonwealth Games opened
Map of Manchester United Kingdom  Queen Elizabeth II officially opened the multi-million pound Games in Manchester


    
    
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