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1. 04-01 Sarkozy pleads for Colombian hostage Paris
2. 04-02 PM to quit over payments scandal Ireland
D. 04-06 Angry protests as torch reaches London London
04-07 Olympic torch extinguished Paris
5. 04-07 Princess Diana 'unlawfully killed' London
G. 04-14 Billionaire Berlusconi wins election Rome
7. 04-27 Captive woman had 7 children by father Amstetten, Austria
8. 04-28 'House of Horrors' father confesses Amstetten, Austria
9. 04-29 DNA: Captor fathered daughter's children Austria

Summary.     Click for More >   Princess Diana 'unlawfully killed'   The inquest jury: Diana and Dodi Al Fayed were unlawfully killed due to the gross negligence of driver Henri Paul and the paparazzi Rebels reject French aid to hostage Berlusconi narrowly ahead in vote   Billionaire Berlusconi wins election   Conservative former prime minister is on track to become next leader after his center-left rival Walter Veltroni conceded general election d... Mugabe attacks opposition and UK Bank 50bn mortgage rescue plan Anti-French rallies across China Pirates free crew of Spanish boat Captive woman had 7 children by father Map of Amstetten Austria  Police believe a 73-year-old man held his daughter captive in his cellar for the past two decades and had seven children with her Detectives study cellar 'House of Horrors' father confesses DNA: Captor fathered daughter's children Scholes fires United to Champions final Vigil for cellar family Austrian incest dad holidayed in Thailand Drogba, Lampard send Chelsea through Kampusch speaks out on abuse case
  Sarkozy pleads for Colombian hostage   French President will send a humanitarian mission to Colombia's jungles to treat ailing hostages held by leftist rebels there PM to quit over payments scandal France to send battalion to Afghanistan Sarkozy terms for Olympic attendance Angry protests as torch reaches London Olympic torch extinguished
Apr.1   Paris
Apr.2   Ireland
  Romania
Apr.5   Paris
Apr.6   London
Apr.7   Paris
  The relay was disrupted by protesters demonstrating against the Chinese government, causing authorities to extinguish the flame 3 times.    Officials extinguished and put the torch on a ...
  London
Apr.8   Colombia
Apr.14   Rome
  Rome
Apr.18   Zimbabwe
  London
Apr.19   Beijing
Apr.26   Somalia
Apr.27   Austria
  Austria
Apr.28   Austria
Apr.29   Austria
  Northern England
  Austria
Apr.30   Austria
  London
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Europe
Bush in Romania for Nato summit
PM to quit over payments scandal
France to send battalion to Afghanistan
Bush urging NATO expansion east
Sarkozy terms for Olympic attendance
Sarkozy aide 'misquoted' on Games
Angry protests as torch reaches London
Olympic torch extinguished
Patience with Zimbabwe is 'wearing thin'
UK PM makes offer on Darfur peace talks
Billionaire Berlusconi wins election
Berlusconi narrowly ahead in vote
France targets anorexia in media
PM to quit over payments scandal
'Plotters made martyrdom videos'
Princess Diana 'unlawfully killed'
Sarkozy: Pirates have released hostages
Britain warns terror threat is worsening
Exiled Equatorial Guinea leader arrested
Pirates held for questioning
Captive woman had 7 children by father
Detectives study cellar
'House of Horrors' father confesses
DNA: Captor fathered daughter's children
Austrian incest dad holidayed in Thailand
Ronaldo and Rooney set United on way
Sarkozy terms for Olympic attendance
Sarkozy aide 'misquoted' on Games
Angry protests as torch reaches London
Olympic torch extinguished
Tevez goal steers United into semis
Record as Lel wins a 3rd London Marathon
Federer ends title drought
Man. United miss penalty in semi stalemate
Scholes fires United to Champions final
Drogba, Lampard send Chelsea through
France targets anorexia in media
Spain suffers worst drought
Stinky manure smell engulfs London
8 Finnish tourists killed
Avalanche buries street in ski area
United Kingdom
Angry protests as torch reaches London
Patience with Zimbabwe is 'wearing thin'
UK PM makes offer on Darfur peace talks
Church calls for Zimbabwe action
'Plotters made martyrdom videos'
Princess Diana 'unlawfully killed'
Britain warns terror threat is worsening
Angry protests as torch reaches London
Record as Lel wins a 3rd London Marathon
Scholes fires United to Champions final
Drogba, Lampard send Chelsea through
Stinky manure smell engulfs London
France
Sarkozy terms for Olympic attendance
Sarkozy aide 'misquoted' on Games
Olympic torch extinguished
France targets anorexia in media
Sarkozy: Pirates have released hostages
Pirates held for questioning
Sarkozy terms for Olympic attendance
Sarkozy aide 'misquoted' on Games
Olympic torch extinguished
France targets anorexia in media
Austria Your ad is here
Captive woman had 7 children by father
Detectives study cellar
'House of Horrors' father confesses
DNA: Captor fathered daughter's children
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Avalanche buries street in ski area
Spain Your ad is here
Exiled Equatorial Guinea leader arrested
Man. United miss penalty in semi stalemate
Spain suffers worst drought
8 Finnish tourists killed
Italy
Billionaire Berlusconi wins election
Berlusconi narrowly ahead in vote
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Ronaldo and Rooney set United on way
Tevez goal steers United into semis
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Romania
Bush in Romania for Nato summit
France to send battalion to Afghanistan
Bush urging NATO expansion east
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Amstetten Your ad is here
Captive woman had 7 children by father
'House of Horrors' father confesses
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Apr.1   Paris  
  French President will send a humanitarian mission to Colombia's jungles to treat ailing hostages held by leftist rebels there.    Ingrid Betancourt has both Fr...
  Romania Bush in Romania for Nato summit
 Rome  Ronaldo and Rooney set United on way Apr.2   Ireland   PM to quit over payments scandal   Bertie Ahern, who helped broker peace in Northern Ireland, could not survive a scandal over his collection of cash from businessmen   Romania NATO chief: Afghan troop increase likely   Romania Bush urging NATO expansion east   Romania     France to send battalion to Afghanistan  The move will help NATO meet Canada's requirement that it send more troops to the volatile southern province of Kandahar Apr.4   London 'Plotters made martyrdom videos'   Germany Suicide machine sparks outrage   Colombia Doubt grows over hostage release Apr.5  Paris  Sarkozy aide 'misquoted' on Games   Paris     Sarkozy terms for Olympic attendance  French President will not attend the opening ceremony of this summer's Games in Beijing unless China opens a dialogue with the Dalai Lama   Somalia French navy pursues hijacked yacht Apr.6   London     Angry protests as torch reaches London   Protesters scuffled with police and made attempts to grab the Olympic torch as its arrival triggered angry demonstrations over China Apr.7   Paris   Olympic torch extinguished
  The relay was disrupted by protesters demonstrating against the Chinese government, causing authorities to extinguish the flame 3 times
 Officials extinguished and put the torch on a bus for safety reasons, in the face of protests
  European Union Europe clears mobiles on aircraft
  London     Princess Diana 'unlawfully killed'
  The inquest jury: Diana and Dodi Al Fayed were unlawfully killed due to the gross negligence of driver Henri Paul and the paparazzi.    Paul's drink-driving and a lack of seatbelts contributed to their ...
Apr.8   Colombia     Rebels reject French aid to hostage  French humanitarian mission dispatched to for hostage Ingrid Betancourt will soon leave Colombia Apr.9  Rome  Tevez goal steers United into semis Apr.10   Peru Plane crash kills 5 French tourists
Apr.11   Paris Sarkozy: Pirates have released hostages   London Patience with Zimbabwe is 'wearing thin' Apr.12   London Britain warns terror threat is worsening Apr.13  London  Record as Lel wins a 3rd London Marathon   London UK PM makes offer on Darfur peace talks   Ecuador Five Britons killed in bus crash Apr.14   Rome     Berlusconi narrowly ahead in vote  First projections showed billionaire ex-prime minister Silvio Berlusconi narrowly ahead of center-left candidate Walter Veltroni   Rome     Billionaire Berlusconi wins election
  Conservative former prime minister is on track to become next leader after his center-left rival Walter Veltroni conceded general election defeat.    Charismatic center-right Silvio Berlusconi, 71, has a commanding lead in both houses of parliament. 52-year-old Veltroni deliv...
Apr.15   Paris Farming practices 'must change'   Paris France targets anorexia in media   Spain Exiled Equatorial Guinea leader arrested Apr.16   Paris Pirates held for questioning Apr.17   Washington Brown: Bush owed huge debt of gratitude Apr.18   Zimbabwe     Mugabe attacks opposition and UK  President Mugabe has denounced the opposition and former colonial power Britain in his first speech since the disputed elections   Spain Spain suffers worst drought   London   Bank 50bn mortgage rescue plan  The Bank of England will next week unveil a plan to swap government bonds for British banks' mortgages Apr.19   Beijing   Anti-French rallies across China  Protesters in several cities have gathered to demand a boycott of French products and denounce campaigns for Tibetan independence  Nevada  Calzaghe rallies late to beat Hopkins   Spain 8 Finnish tourists killed   London Stinky manure smell engulfs London Apr.20  Portugal  Federer ends title drought   London Bank of England to detail 50bn plan Apr.22   Austria Avalanche buries street in ski area Apr.23  Barcelona  Man. United miss penalty in semi stalemate Apr.24   London Church calls for Zimbabwe action Apr.26   Somalia     Pirates free crew of Spanish boat  Pirates have released the Playa de Bakio, a Basque tuna fishing boat, and its 26 crew members seized off the coast of Somalia   Kazakhstan Europe launches sat-nav tester   England BP readies pipeline closure Apr.27   Austria     Captive woman had 7 children by father Map of Amstetten Austria
  Police believe a 73-year-old man held his daughter captive in his cellar for the past two decades and had seven children with her
 The existence of the woman, missing since 1984 and now 42, emerged apparently after a teenage child fell ill and had to be taken to hospital.
 Barcelona  Raikkonen stretches lead with win  Monaco  Nadal claims fourth Monaco title in a row   Austria     Detectives study cellar Map of Amstetten Austria  Police have described the cellar where a woman was allegedly held captive and sexually abused for 24 years by her father Apr.28   Austria     'House of Horrors' father confesses Map of Amstetten Austria  A 73-year-old man has confessed to holding his daughter captive in his home cellar for nearly 24 years and fathering 7 children by her Apr.29   Austria     DNA: Captor fathered daughter's children   DNA tests have confirmed that Josef Fritzl fathered 6 children with his daughter, whom he kept imprisoned under his home for 24 years   Northern England   Scholes fires United to Champions final   Paul Scholes powered Manchester United into an all-English climax with the only goal of a tense semifinal clash against Barcelona   Austria   Vigil for cellar family   Hundreds of people have held an emotional candlelit vigil in Amstetten where Josef Fritzl kept his daughter in a cellar for 24 years Apr.30   Austria   Austrian incest dad holidayed in Thailand  Josef Fritzl, the man accused of imprisoning his daughter, twice holidayed in Thailand while she remained trapped in the cellar below his house   London   Drogba, Lampard send Chelsea through   Extra-time goals from Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba gave Chelsea a 3-2 victory over Liverpool to a Champions League final   Austria   Kampusch speaks out on abuse case  Natascha Kampusch said Elisabeth and her family would need time and silence to recover