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B. 04-02 Eurozone unemployment rate hits 12% European Union
2. 04-05 Italy pardons US colonel in CIA case Rome
04-08 Margaret Thatcher dead at 87 London
E. 04-10 Korea crisis on agenda at G8 talks London
5. 04-13 French robber stages dramatic escape Lille, France
G. 04-17 Last respects paid to Lady Thatcher St Paul's Cathedral, London
H. 04-23 France approves gay marriage law Paris
I. 04-27 Deal reached on Italian government Rome
9. 04-28 Italy gunman 'targeted politicians' Rome

Summary.     Click for More > Tributes paid to Margaret Thatcher Korea crisis on agenda at G8 talks G8 states condemn NK nuclear moves French robber stages dramatic escape Last respects paid to Lady Thatcher   The Queen has led mourners in St Paul's Cathedral at the funeral of Baroness Thatcher, Britain's longest serving prime minister of modern ti... Silence falls over London Marathon as thousands remember Boston RVP fires Man Utd to title France approves gay marriage law  France has become the 14th country to approve a law allowing gay marriage. The bil was passed by 321 votes to 225 in the French parliament Brilliant Bayern batters Barca Lewandowski, Dortmund crush Real dream Deal reached on Italian government Italy gunman 'targeted politicians'  49-year-old Luigi Preiti who shot and seriously injured two policemen outside the PM's office was acting out of anger at politicians, prosecutors... Powerful blast in central Prague French soldier killed by Mali bomb Dutch Queen Beatrix to abdicate in favour of son Dutch King Willem-Alexander sworn in   Willem-Alexander has been sworn in as king of the Netherlands following the abdication of Queen Beatrix Dortmund advance to Champions League Greeks stage 24-hour anti-austerity general strike Three UK soldiers die in Afghanistan Amanda Knox mulls Italy retrial return
Eurozone unemployment rate hits 12% Italy pardons US colonel in CIA case Margaret Thatcher dead at 87
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Eurozone unemployment rate hits 12%  The rate of unemployment in the eurozone hit a record high of 12% in February, official figures have shown Italy pardons US colonel in CIA case  Italian President Giorgio Napolitano has pardoned Joseph Romano convicted in absentia over the rendition of an Egyptian imam in 2003 Margaret Thatcher dead at 87


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Apr.1  Mali  EU begins Mali army training mission
Apr.2   European Union  
 Paris  Zlatan helps PSG hold Barca
 Brussels  Serbia-Kosovo talks end without deal
Apr.3  Berlin  Experts defuse unexploded WWII bomb in central Berlin
 Spain  Spain princess gets court summons
Apr.5   Rome  
Apr.6  Sweden  Ikea elk lasagne 'contained pork'
 London  Jet pilots 'dozed off twice over London'
Apr.7  London  UK urges calm over N Korea crisis
 Portugal  Portugal PM outlines new budget cuts
 West Germany  Merkel tells Putin it needs NGOs
Apr.8   London  
  Former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was a towering figure in postwar British and world politics and the only woman to become British prime minister
 David Cameron called her a 'great Briton' and the Queen spoke of her sadness at the death. She was Conservative prime minister from 1979 to 1990
  London   Tributes paid to Margaret Thatcher   Tributes continue to be paid at home and abroad to Baroness Thatcher after her death at the age of 87  Netherlands  Putin shrugs off European protests Apr.9   London Thatcher funeral set for next week
 West Germany  Dramatic Dortmund leaves it late  London  UK MPs call for Afghanistan peace deal Apr.10   London   Korea crisis on agenda at G8 talks  The Korean crisis will be high on the agenda when foreign ministers from the G8 group of nations hold talks in London on Thursday  Munich  Bayern ends Juventus hopes  Barcelona  Messi to the rescue for Barca Apr.11   London   G8 states condemn NK nuclear moves  Foreign ministers from the G8 group of nations have condemned in the 'strongest possible terms' North Korea's nuclear weapons and missile pr...   Paris Scandal claims France's top rabbi  Russia  Benitez's Blues into third semi   Ireland Eurozone meeting over Cyprus crisis Apr.12   Paris Paris judge allows Hopi masks auction   Portugal Portugal and Ireland to be given more bailout time   West Germany Cameron and Merkel continue EU talks Apr.13   France   French robber stages dramatic escape Map of Lille France  Redoine Faid, notorious convicted armed robber, is being hunted by police in northern France after staging a dramatic escape from prison Apr.14  Shanghai  Alonso grabs China win on 'perfect Sunday'   North Korea BBC 'used students as shield' in N Korea   Cyprus Cyprus to ease citizenship rules Apr.15   Austria Kampusch kidnapper 'acted alone'   France Interpol issues notice for escaped French gangster Apr.16  London  UK police review London Marathon security plans   London Security tight for Thatcher funeral Apr.17   London   Last respects paid to Lady Thatcher Map of St Paul%27s Cathedral United Kingdom
  The Queen has led mourners in St Paul's Cathedral at the funeral of Baroness Thatcher, Britain's longest serving prime minister of modern times
 Madrid  Madrid passes Man Utd as world's most valuable Apr.18   Greece Greece farm shooting: 30 injured Apr.19   Ireland Ireland miscarriage death ruled 'medical misadventure' Apr.20   Rome Italy leader Napolitano re-elected  London  Extra officers for London Marathon Apr.21   London   Silence falls over London Marathon as thousands remember Boston  Silence fell over the 36,000 competitors who just minutes earlier had been rearranging themselves for the start of the London Marathon  Bahrain  Protesters, police in Bahrain clash ahead of Vettel's F1 victory   London Russian Alisher Usmanov tops British rich list   Australia French fisherman survives Australian croc attack Apr.22   Northern England   RVP fires Man Utd to title   Manchester United striker Robin van Persie is scoring hat-trick in Monday's 3-0 win over Aston Villa Apr.23   Spain Suspected terrorists arrested in Spain   Libya Car bomb explodes outside French embassy in Libya   Paris   France approves gay marriage law
  France has become the 14th country to approve a law allowing gay marriage. The bil was passed by 321 votes to 225 in the French parliament
  Munich   Brilliant Bayern batters Barca  Mueller scored two goals as Munich dominated to take a commanding 4-0 lead after the first leg of their highly anticipated Champions League ...   Brussels Nato urges Pakistan to fight militants
  Syria 'Many Europeans' fighting in Syria Apr.24  Northern England  Suarez hit with 10-game ban   Ruhr   Lewandowski, Dortmund crush Real dream   Borussia Dortmund is crushing Real Madrid 4-1 in the first leg of its Champions League semifinal Wednesday. Robert Lewandowski scored four g...   Switzerland Switzerland renews EU worker curbs   France Two investigated over Kate images   Rome Letta set to become Italy's next PM Apr.25   Spain Spain unemployment hits record high  Switzerland  Chelsea on course for Europa League final win over Basel Apr.26   Nigeria Boko Haram 'got $3m ransom' to free hostages Apr.27   Rome   Deal reached on Italian government  A deal on the formation of a new government has been reached in Italy, ending two months of political deadlock since the general election Apr.28   Rome   Italy gunman 'targeted politicians'
  49-year-old Luigi Preiti who shot and seriously injured two policemen outside the PM's office was acting out of anger at politicians, prosecutors allege
 West Germany  Sharapova handles Na to retain title in Stuttgart   France French building collapse 'kills two'
  Greece Parliament approves 15,000 civil service job cuts  Barcelona  Nadal wins 8th Barca title Apr.29   Czech Republic   Powerful blast in central Prague Map of Prague Czech Republic  The area around the explosion in Divadelni St was sealed off by police. Up to 40 people were injured by the blast, four of them seriously   Mali   French soldier killed by Mali bomb   A French paratrooper has been killed and two others were seriously injured in Mali, French officials say   Netherlands   Dutch Queen Beatrix to abdicate in favour of son   Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands is to abdicate in favour of her son Prince Willem-Alexander - an event which is being celebrated across the... Apr.30   Netherlands   Dutch King Willem-Alexander sworn in
  Willem-Alexander has been sworn in as king of the Netherlands following the abdication of Queen Beatrix
 He became the country's first king since 1890 when his 75-year-old mother signed the abdication deed after 33 years on the throne
  Madrid     Dortmund advance to Champions League  London looks set to host an all-German Champions League final after Borussia weathered the storm from Real Madrid to get past 4-3 on aggrega...   Greece     Greeks stage 24-hour anti-austerity general strike  A general strike against tough austerity measures has begun in Greece, with the country's trade unions calling for 'mass mobilisation' of pr...   Helmand   Three UK soldiers die in Afghanistan  Three soldiers have been killed in Afghanistan after their vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device, the Ministry of Defence says   USA   Amanda Knox mulls Italy retrial return   US student Amanda Knox has said she may return to Italy to face a retrial over the killing of Briton Meredith Kercher in Italy in 2007