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2018-03-26 Trump expelling 60 Russian diplomats in wake of UK nerve agent attack Washington
C. 2018-03-21 Zuckerberg 'sorry' over Cambridge Analytica 'breach' San Francisco Bay Area
3. 2018-03-15 In joint statement, world leaders agree Russia behind nerve agent attack Washington
E. 2018-01-12 Trump cancels London visit over 'bad' embassy deal Washington
5. 2017-10-23 Harvey Weinstein: British assistant 'paid 125k for silence' United Kingdom
6. 2017-10-15 More women accuse Hollywood producer of rape United Kingdom
H. 2017-07-23 Jordan Spieth clinches Claret Jug in dramatic finish Southport, Merseyside, Royal Birkdale, Northern England
I. 2017-07-15 Muguruza overpowers Venus Williams to win first Wimbledon title London
J. 2016-07-09 Serena wins Wimbledon for historic 22nd grand slam title London

Recent Summary.     Click for More > Winston Churchill 'Iron Curtain' speech Map of Westminster College Fulton Missouri USA  Churchill's 'Sinews of Peace' address at Westminster College, used the term "iron curtain" in the context of Soviet-dominated Eastern Europe   Invasion of Normandy   The invasion by and establishment of Western Allied forces, during Operation Overlord; the largest amphibious invasion to ever take place   Atlantic Charter made public   The Charter was a pivotal policy statement, defined the Allied goals for the post-war world. It was drafted by the leaders of the UK and the...   German submarine torpedoes the Lusitania off the coast of Ireland   She was torpedoed and sunk by a German U-boat, causing the deaths of 1,198 passengers and crew Andrew Carnegie born Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell, first English woman doctor, born Treaty of Ghent Definitive Treaty of Paris signed ending American Revolution Charles Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown General Burgoyne surrendered at Saratoga Battle of Lexington Parliament repeals Stamp Act
Trump expelling 60 Russian diplomats in wake of UK nerve agent attack Zuckerberg 'sorry' over Cambridge Analytica 'breach' In joint statement, world leaders agree Russia behind nerve agent attack David Bowie dies of cancer aged 69 No Ukraine accord in US-Russia talks Phelps beats Lochte to 20th medal BP says oil has stopped leaking World markets continue to slide Names named in US Iraq oil report George Harrison dies Death of John Lennon Map of The Dakota Manhattan NY USA
Mar. 26   Washington
Mar. 21   San Francisco Bay Area
Mar. 15   Washington


year 2016
Jan.11   Manhattan


year 2014
Mar.14   London


year 2012
Aug.2   London


year 2010
Jul.15   Louisiana


year 2008
Sep.16   New York


year 2005
May.11   U.S. Senate


year 2001
Nov.29   Los Angeles

before year 2000
Dec. 8, 1980   New York
  An English musician who gained worldwide fame as one of the members of the Beatles, was shot by Mark David Chapman
Mar. 5, 1946   Missouri
Jun. 6, 1944   France
Aug. 14, 1941   Maritime Provinces
May. 7, 1915   Ireland
Nov. 25, 1835   Scotland
Feb. 3, 1821   England
Dec. 24, 1814   Belgium
Sep. 3, 1783   Paris
Oct. 19, 1781   Virginia
Oct. 17, 1777   Upstate New York
Apr. 19, 1775   Massachusetts
Mar. 17, 1766   London



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2014
No Ukraine accord in US-Russia talks
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2013
Lockerbie bombing: Services mark 25th anniversary
Sailor dies as US race boat capsizes
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Sailor dies as US race boat capsizes
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Lockerbie bombing: Services mark 25th anniversary
2012
Prince Harry naked in Las Vegas
Murray wins historic first major
'Dream Team' retains title
Phelps beats Lochte to 20th medal
HSBC 'to pay $1.9bn' in US deal
BP reaches $7.8bn oil spill deal
BP reaches $7.8bn oil spill deal
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FBI and UK police call 'hacked'
2011
Ex-NYC top cop to advise UK on gangs
Obama hails 'special' ties to UK
Indy 500 Champ Dies
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Obama hails 'special' ties to UK
Ex-NYC top cop to advise UK on gangs
2010
Lockerbie bomber release 'not BP's fault'
US Congress set to grill BP chief
U.S., Britain close embassies in Yemen
Serena powers to fourth Wimbledon title
U.S. to sue BP over Gulf of Mexico oil spill
BP says oil has stopped leaking
US Congress set to grill BP chief
BP fits cap but yet to stop leak in Gulf
U.S. to sue BP over Gulf of Mexico oil spill
BP says oil has stopped leaking
US Congress set to grill BP chief
BP fits cap but yet to stop leak in Gulf
Lockerbie bomber release 'not BP's fault'
Bomb 'meant to explode on plane'
U.S., Britain close embassies in Yemen
2009
U.S., Russia announce nuke talks
Serena powers to Wimbledon title
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2008
Bush and Brown in warning to Iran
UK: CIA rendition flights used British soil
Venus retains her title in straight sets
World's central banks slash interest rates
Barclays agrees $1.75B Lehman deal
World markets continue to slide
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Bush and Brown in warning to Iran
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2007
Bush and Brown vow co-operation
Queen attends White House dinner
Venus Williams romps to her fourth title
Beckham agrees to LA Galaxy move
Central banks pour money into system
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Bush and Brown vow co-operation
Queen attends White House dinner
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2006
Bush talks with Blair
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Bush talks with Blair
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2005
US and UK 'close to Africa deal'
Names named in US Iraq oil report
Rice: Attack on Iran 'not on agenda'
Williams regains Wimbledon title
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Rice: Attack on Iran 'not on agenda'
Galloway takes on US oil accusers
2004
Bush, Blair hail Mid-East peace hope
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Bush, Blair hail Mid-East peace hope
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2003
Mass anti-Bush protest
Blair visits Bush and defends war
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Blair visits Bush and defends war
Bush, Blair: Time running out for Saddam
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2002
Bush, Blair make case against Iraq
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  Trump expelling 60 Russian diplomats in wake of UK nerve agent attack  The United States, European Union countries, Canada and Ukraine expelled more than 100 Russian diplomats on Monday Zuckerberg 'sorry' over Cambridge Analytica 'breach'   Facebook founder has admitted that the social network 'made mistakes' that led to millions of users having their data exploited by a political...   In joint statement, world leaders agree Russia behind nerve agent attack  Trump, Macron, Merkel and May said they 'abhor' the attack against Skripal, 66, and his 33-year-old daughter, Yulia, in Salisbury on March 4 Trump cancels London visit over 'bad' embassy deal Harvey Weinstein: British assistant 'paid 125k for silence' More women accuse Hollywood producer of rape Jordan Spieth clinches Claret Jug in dramatic finish Muguruza overpowers Venus Williams to win first Wimbledon title Serena wins Wimbledon for historic 22nd grand slam title Arrested Briton 'wanted to shoot Donald Trump' Barack Obama visit: Stick with EU, US president urges UK Danny Willett claims first major after Jordan Spieth's meltdown David Bowie dies of cancer aged 69 Map of Manhattan  One of the most influential musicians of his era 'died peacefully, surrounded by his family' after an '18-month battle with cancer' Lewis Hamilton wins his third F1 World Championship Zach Johnson triumphs at The Open after playoff drama UK will help destroy Islamic State, Cameron tells US Serena Williams beats Garbine Muguruza in final Charles and Camilla begin US visit Madonna falls off stage at Brits US and UK discuss Russia sanctions Grammy Awards: Sam Smith wins 4 prizes US ship finds hull of missing yacht   No Ukraine accord in US-Russia talks   Russia and the US have 'no common vision' on the crisis in Ukraine, Russia's foreign minister has said, after talks with his US counterpart Lockerbie bombing: Services mark 25th anniversary HSBC 'to pay $1.9bn' in US deal Murray wins historic first major Prince Harry naked in Las Vegas   Phelps beats Lochte to 20th medal  Michael Phelps won his first individual gold at London 2012 - and his 20th Olympic medal - by beating Ryan Lochte in the men's 200m individual... FBI and UK police call 'hacked' Indy 500 Champ Dies Obama hails 'special' ties to UK   BP says oil has stopped leaking  BP says it has temporarily stopped oil flowing into the Gulf of Mexico from its leaking well, the first time the flow has stopped since an e... World markets continue to slide  In the first hour of trading on Wall Street, the Dow was down 41.85, or 0.38%, to 10,875.66. It fell as much as 175 in the opening minutes Names named in US Iraq oil report  A Senate report says 2 politicians from the UK and France were granted lucrative oil allocations by Saddam's Iraq Mass anti-Bush protest George Harrison dies  Former Beatle singer, songwriter and guitarist has died after losing battle against cancer at age 58 Death of John Lennon Map of The Dakota Manhattan NY USA


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Mar. 21   San Francisco Bay Area  
Mar. 15   Washington  


January 2018 ... more > Top ^
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year 2017 Top ^

Oct.23   United Kingdom
Oct.15   United Kingdom
Jul.23   Northern England
Jul.15   London


year 2016 Top ^

Jul.9   London
Jun.20   Nevada
Apr.22   London
Apr.10   US Georgia
Jan.11   Manhattan  


year 2015 Top ^

Oct.25   Texas
Jul.20   Scotland
Jul.18   London
Jul.11   London
Mar.17   Washington
Feb.25   London
Feb.21   London
Feb.8   Los Angeles


year 2014 Top ^

May.23   Global
Mar.14   London  


year 2013 Top ^

Dec.20   Scotland


year 2012 Top ^

Dec.10   London
Sep.10   New York
Aug.22   Nevada
Aug.2   London  
Feb.3   London


year 2011 Top ^

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May.24   London


year 2010 Top ^

Jul.15   Louisiana  


year 2008 Top ^

Sep.16   New York  


year 2005 Top ^

May.11   U.S. Senate  


year 2003 Top ^

Nov.20   London


year 2001 Top ^

Nov.29   Los Angeles  

before year 2000
Dec. 8, 1980   New York  
  An English musician who gained worldwide fame as one of the members of the Beatles, was shot by Mark David Chapman
Mar. 5, 1946   Missouri   Winston Churchill 'Iron Curtain' speech Map of Westminster College Fulton Missouri USA
  Churchill's 'Sinews of Peace' address at Westminster College, used the term "iron curtain" in the context of Soviet-dominated Eastern Europe
Jun. 6, 1944   France     Invasion of Normandy Map of Omaha Beach Normandy France
  The invasion by and establishment of Western Allied forces, during Operation Overlord; the largest amphibious invasion to ever take place
Aug. 14, 1941   Maritime Provinces     Atlantic Charter made public Map of Placentia Bay Canada
  The Charter was a pivotal policy statement, defined the Allied goals for the post-war world. It was drafted by the leaders of the UK and the U.S.
May. 7, 1915   Ireland     German submarine torpedoes the Lusitania off the coast of Ireland Map of Old Head of Kinsale Ireland
  She was torpedoed and sunk by a German U-boat, causing the deaths of 1,198 passengers and crew
Nov. 25, 1835   Scotland   Andrew Carnegie born Map of Dunfermline Fife United Kingdom  A Scottish American industrialist and philanthropist who led the enormous expansion of the American steel industry Feb. 3, 1821   England   Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell, first English woman doctor, born   The first woman to receive a medical degree in the United States, as well as the first woman on the UK Medical Register Dec. 24, 1814   Belgium     Treaty of Ghent Map of Ghent Belgium  The peace treaty that ended the War of 1812 between the United States and Great Britain Sep. 3, 1783   Paris     Definitive Treaty of Paris signed ending American Revolution  By representatives between Great Britain and the nations that supported the American cause: France, Spain and the Dutch Republic Oct. 19, 1781   Virginia   Charles Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown   He inflicted an embarrassing defeat on the American army at the Battle of Camden, though he surrendered his army at Yorktown Oct. 17, 1777   Upstate New York   General Burgoyne surrendered at Saratoga   John Burgoyne was a British army officer, politician and dramatist. Burgoyne is best known for his role in the American Revolutionary War Apr. 19, 1775   Massachusetts   Battle of Lexington Map of Middlesex County Massachusetts USA  The Battles of Lexington and Concord were the first military engagements of the American Revolutionary War Mar. 17, 1766   London   Parliament repeals Stamp Act   The Stamp Act 1765 was a direct tax imposed by the British Parliament on the colonies of British America