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B. 08-14 World condemns Egypt crackdown European Union
2. 08-29 David Cameron makes case for military action London
08-29 UK MPs vote against Syria action London
4. 08-30 France backs US on Syria action Paris

Twitter boss 'sorry' to abused women Germany ends info sharing pact with Britain, U.S. Diplomatic push to end Egypt crisis Missy Franklin: Record sixth gold for swimming's Cameron 'concerned' by Gibraltar row   US-EU call to end Egypt 'stalemate'   The US and the EU have called on all sides in the crisis to end 'a dangerous stalemate' after the interim government said foreign mediation had failed New Czech PM loses confidence vote Wanted mafia boss arrested in London Zanzibar: Acid thrown on 2 volunteer teachers Spain rail crash: 'No malfunction' Qatar World Cup 'impossible in summer'   'Human trafficking ring' broken up  Dozens of suspected people-traffickers have been arrested in Spain and France, suspected of smuggling Chinese migrants into Europe and US Migrants die in Italy shipwreck Nadal defeats Djokovic, makes Rogers Cup final French serviceman 'in mosque plot' Nadal crushes Raonic in Montreal Dutch Prince Friso dies 17 months after avalanche Polish soldier dies climbing US peak   World condemns Egypt crackdown
Female journalists get bomb threats on Twitter   Berlusconi rages at prison ruling


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Aug.1   London
  Rome  
  Ex-PM Silvio Berlusconi has broadcast an angry video message after his prison sentence for tax fraud was upheld by the country's highest court
Aug.3   London
  Berlin
  Cairo
Aug.4   Barcelona
Aug.5   London
Aug.7   European Union  
  Czech Republic
Aug.8   London
  Tanzania
  Spain
Aug.9   London
Aug.10   Barcelona  
  Sicily
Aug.11   Montreal
  Southern France
  Montreal
Aug.12   Netherlands
Aug.13   Oregon
Aug.14   European Union  
  There has been strong international condemnation of the deadly crackdown against protest camps in the Egyptian capital Cairo
Aug.15   France Tennis: Teary-eyed Bartoli retires   Switzerland London 2012 parachutist Mark Sutton killed Aug.17   Northern Italy   Gondola tourist killed in Venice   The German man, 50, has been crushed to death during a gondola ride on the famous Grand Canal   London   Police check new Diana death details  The Metropolitan Police is assessing new information it has recently received about the deaths of Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed in 1997   Prince Harry   Prince Harry in Angola minefields charity visit   Prince Harry has travelled to Angola to see landmine clearance work by a charity championed by his late mother Princess Diana   Spain Spanish boats in Gibraltar protest Aug.18   Barcelona Seven up for Barca in opener   London   Brazil alarm at UK terror detention   Brazil says the detention under British terror laws of one of its citizens at London's Heathrow airport caused 'grave concern' and was 'unju...   European Union   European forests near 'carbon saturation point'  European forests are showing signs of reaching a saturation point as carbon sinks, a study has suggested Aug.19   London   Scotland Yard: David Miranda detention legally sound  Using the Terrorism Act to detain the partner of a Guardian reporter who wrote about US and UK security services was 'legally and procedurally... Aug.20   London     No 10 contacted paper over secrets  Number 10 was involved in discussions with the Guardian about material it had obtained from American whistle-blower Edward Snowden Aug.21   London   NSA reporter files lawsuit over partner's detention   Journalist Glenn Greenwald said lawyers acting for his partner, David Miranda, who was detained at Heathrow, have filed a lawsuit Aug.22   Paris     France calls for 'force' over Syria   France has said that if Syria is proved to have used chemical weapons against its own people it could merit an international 'reaction with ...   Hawaii   German Hawaii shark bite victim dies   Jana Lutteropp, 20, a German holidaymaker whose arm was bitten off by a shark off a Hawaii beach, has died from her injuries Aug.23   Scotland   Bodies found after UK helicopter crash   The bodies of three people missing after the Super Puma L2 helicopter crash off Shetland have been recovered, police have said Aug.24   Washington     Cameron and Obama warning over Syria  The UK and the US have threatened a 'serious response' if it emerges Syria used chemical weapons last week Aug.25   Belgium Greenpeace protest Shell plans as Vettel wins at Spa   Wales Cardiff City pulls off huge EPL upset of Man City Aug.28   UN Security Council     Syria crisis: UK to put forward UN resolution   The UK is to put a resolution to the UN Security Council 'authorising all necessary measures to protect civilians' in Syria Aug.29   London     David Cameron makes case for military action
  Britain could launch strikes against the Syrian regime without the backing of the United Nations, according to its own legal advice
  London     UK MPs vote against Syria action
  British MPs have voted to reject possible military action against the Assad regime in Syria to deter the use of chemical weapons
  Monaco Champions League draw: Barca-Milan Aug.30   Paris     France backs US on Syria action
  France is still ready to take action in Syria alongside the US, despite UK MPs blocking British involvement, President Francois Hollande has said
  Ireland     Poet Seamus Heaney dies aged 74   Seamus Heaney, acclaimed by many as the best Irish poet since WB Yeats, has died aged 74   Czech Republic   Bayern Munich claim UEFA Super Cup Map of Prague Czech Republic  Bayern Munich beat Chelsea on 5-4 penalties to win a pulsating UEFA Super Cup showdown in Prague after equalizing with the last kick of extra time Aug.31   Czech Republic   Czech train collides with cows, killing 17 Map of Krnov Czech Republic  An official says a passenger train in eastern Czech Republic smashed into a herd of cattle, killing 17 of them. No people were injured



    
    



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