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B. 2018-03-29 Sarkozy: France's ex-president to face corruption trial Paris
C. 2018-03-21 Sarkozy charged in connection with alleged Libyan funding Paris
D. 2018-03-15 In joint statement, world leaders agree Russia behind nerve agent attack Washington
E. 2017-12-10 Netanyahu slams Erdogan for claiming Israel is 'terrorist state' Paris
F. 2017-11-29 Trump hits out at Theresa May after far-right video tweets Washington
6. 2017-11-05 Catalan ex-President turns himself in to Belgian authorities Brussels
7. 2017-11-03 Spain issues warrant for Puigdemont Madrid
2017-11-02 Protests as ex-ministers held in Spanish custody
J. 2017-10-31 Spain high court summons dismissed leader Spain

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  Sarkozy: France's ex-president to face corruption trial  Paris: Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is to face trial for corruption and influence peddling, prosecutors say Sarkozy charged in connection with alleged Libyan funding. Paris In joint statement, world leaders agree Russia behind nerve agent attack. Washington Protests as ex-ministers held in Spanish custody. Barcelona Spain pushes to remove Catalonia leaders. Madrid Paolo Gentiloni, Italian foreign minister, appointed PM. Rome PM Matteo Renzi resigns after clear referendum defeat. Rome Labour's Sadiq Khan elected 1st Muslim London mayor Sarkozy held over influence claims. Paris King Juan Carlos of Spain abdicates. Madrid Gerry Adams held over 1972 murder. Northern Ireland Merkel concern at 'US phone spying'. Berlin Berlusconi convicted in sex trial. Milan Dutch King Willem-Alexander sworn in. Netherlands Berlusconi handed 4-year prison term for tax fraud. Milan   Berlusconi resigns as Italian PM   Rome: Silvio Berlusconi has resigned as prime minister of Italy, after dominating the country's politics for 17 years   IMF head questioned over 'attack'


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Nov.3  Spain issues warrant for Puigdemont
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May.19  Julian Assange rape charges dropped
May.14  France inaugurates Emmanuel Macron as new president
May.4  Prince Philip will no longer carry out public engagements


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Apr.24  Le Pen steps aside as National Front leader


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Feb.26  Gianni Infantino crowned new FIFA president


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Nov.4  Romania: Protests despite Victor Ponta's resignation
Aug.20  French National Front expels founder Jean-Marie Le Pen
 PM Alexis Tsipras quits and calls early polls
Aug.4  German prosecutor sacked over Netzpolitik treason probe
Jun.23  US 'spied on French presidents' - Wikileaks
Jan.21  German rally leader quits in 'Hitler' row


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Sep.19  Scottish referendum: Salmond to quit after Scots vote No
Sep.14  Swedish prime minister resigns after election loss
 Merkel: Fighting anti-Semitism is German duty
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Feb.17  Italian president asks Renzi to form government
Jan.25  Hollande confirms Trierweiler split
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Sep.28  Berlusconi resignations spark crisis
Aug.1  Berlusconi rages at prison ruling
Jul.22  Kate Middleton in labour as world waits
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Feb.25  Archbishop resigns amid abuse claims


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Feb.21  Strauss-Kahn held over 'sex ring'
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Dec.15  Chirac found guilty on corruption charges
Nov.13  Monti nominated to replace Berlusconi
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Nov.10  Papademos named as new prime minister
Jul.17  London police chief resigns amid scandal
Jun.28  Christine Lagarde named IMF chief
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  New York: The head of the IMF, Dominique Strass-Kahn, 62, is being questioned by New York police over an alleged sex attack on a hotel maid
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Sep.25  Labour Party taps Miliband as new leader Jun.9  Dutch PM resigns party leadership May.11   David Cameron named UK prime minister   London: Cameron immediately began forming his coalition government, appointing several Liberal Democrat leaders to Cabinet posts May.10  Brown 'stepping down as Labour leader' Apr.28  PM apologizes for calling woman 'bigot' Apr.26  Noriega extradited to France

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Dec.13  PM Silvio Berlusconi is bloodied by attack Nov.27  2nd German official quits over airstrike Nov.19 Belgian PM is first 'president of Europe'   Belgium: European Union leaders named Herman Van Rompuy, edging out former British Prime Minister Tony Blair for a still-vaguely defined job Oct.8  Culture minister admits sex with 'boys' Oct.7  Berlusconi immunity law overruled Jul.26  Sarkozy hospitalized after jogging scare Jun.8  Pressure on PM as another minister quits Jun.4  Minister quits, calls for Brown's resignation May.19  Speaker quits 'for sake of unity' May.3  Berlusconi's wife to divorce him

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Apr.2  PM to quit over payments scandal Jan.24  Prodi resigns after losing vote

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Aug.30  Sharif names Pakistan return date Jun.27 Brown: Let work of change begin. London May.16  Nicolas Sarkozy sworn in as new president May.10  Blair: My political journey is over Feb.22  Italian crisis talks as PM quits

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Sep.26  It's hard to let go, admits Blair Sep.7  Blair: I will resign within a year Jul.7  Berlusconi to be tried for fraud

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Oct.23  Tax cutter poised to win election Oct.10 Merkel to become German chancellor
. Berlin May.31  Villepin named new PM Apr.20  Berlusconi to form new government

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Nov.4  Arafat 'in critical condition'

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Aug.29  Campbel, Blair's right-hand man, quits Jul.2  Berlusconi in EU 'Nazi' slur

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Oct.5  Paris mayor stabbed Mar. 5, 1946 Winston Churchill 'Iron Curtain' speech
Map of Westminster College Fulton Missouri Missouri
  Missouri: Churchill's 'Sinews of Peace' address at Westminster College, used the term "iron curtain" in the context of Soviet-dominated Eastern Europe
May. 10, 1940   Winston Churchill becomes prime minister
  London: A meeting between Chamberlain, Halifax, Churchill and David Margesson, the government Chief Whip, led to the recommendation of Churchill
May. 28, 1937 Neville Chamberlain becomes prime minister  London: Chamberlain is best known for his appeasement foreign policy, and in particular for his signing of the Munich Agreement in 1938 Dec. 10, 1936 King Edward VIII of England abdicates to marry Mrs. Simpson
  London: He caused a constitutional crisis by proposing marriage to an American who had divorced her first husband and was seeking a divorce from her second
Jan. 30, 1933   Adolf Hitler appointed Chancellor
  Berlin: Hindenburg reluctantly agreed to appoint Hitler as chancellor after parliamentary elections had not resulted in the formation of a majority government
Nov. 9, 1917 Georges Clemenceau became Premier of France
  Paris: Unlike his predecessors, he discouraged internal disagreement and called for peace among the senior politicians Jun. 12, 1897 Sir Anthony Eden born   Northern England: An English Conservative politician who served three periods as Foreign Secretary and then a short period as Prime Minister from 1955-57 Mar. 18, 1890 Otto von Bismarck resigns as German Chancellorship  Berlin: A conservative Prussian statesman who engineered a series of wars that unified the German states into a powerful German Empire Nov. 22, 1890 Charles De Gaulle born
Map of Lille France  France: A French general, resistant, writer and statesman. He was the leader of Free France. He founded the Fifth Republic Apr. 20, 1889   Adolf Hitler born Map of Braunau am Inn Austria  Austria: The leader of the Nazi Party, Chancellorand Führer of Nazi Germany. Hitler was at the centre of World War II in Europe and the Holocaust Mar. 12, 1880 Kemal Ataturk born Map of Thessaloniki Greece  Greece: Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, an army officer, revolutionary, and the first President of Turkey. He is credited with being the founder of the Republic of Turkey Nov. 30, 1874 Winston Churchill born Map of Blenheim Palace United Kingdom  England: A British politician who was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955 Dec. 5, 1867 Marshal Pilsudski born. Lithuania Sep. 29, 1862 Otto von Bismarck delivers 'Blood and Iron' speech  Berlin: The title of a speech by German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck given in 1862 about the unification of the German territories Jun. 27, 1846 Charles Stewart Parnell born. Ireland Sep. 28, 1841 George Clemenceau born. France Mar. 9, 1796 Napoleon Bonaparte and Josephine marry. Paris Jul. 28, 1794 Maximilien Mavie Isidore Robespierre guillotined   Paris: Robespierre was a French lawyer and politician, and one of the best-known and most influential figures of the French Revolution Feb. 5, 1788 St. Robert Peel born. Northern England Aug. 15, 1769 Napoleon Bonaparte born   Southern France: Born to Carlo Maria di Buonaparte and Maria Letizia Ramolino in his family's ancestral home, in Ajaccio, the capital of the island of Corsica Apr. 29, 1769   Duke of Wellington born   Ireland: An Anglo-Irish soldier and statesman, and one of the leading military and political figures of Britain. His defeat of Napoleon at Waterloo in... Sep. 17, 1743 Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas Caritat Condorcet born. France Apr. 27, 1737 Edward Gibbon born. London Jan. 12, 1729 Edmund Burke born. Ireland Dec. 16, 1653 Oliver Cromwell becomes Lord Protector of the Commonwealth  London: An English military and political leader and later Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland Feb. 16, 1620 Frederick William the Great Elector, born. Berlin Nov. 25, 1616 Armand Jean du Plessis Richelieu becomes Secretary of State. Paris Sep. 9, 1585 Armand Jean du Plessis Richelieu born. Paris Oct. 15, 1522 Hernan Cortes named governor of New Spain  Mexico: King Charles appointed Cortés as governor, captain general and chief justice of the conquered territory, dubbed 'New Spain of the Ocean Sea' Jan. 6, 1412  Joan of Arc born