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1. 02-02 Heaviest UK snow in 18 years hits flights Heathrow, London
C. 02-06 Right-to-die move blocked Rome
D. 02-07 Bishops: 'No room' for Holocaust denier Germany
02-14 G7 pledges to avoid protectionism Rome
5. 02-16 British, French nuclear submarines collide United Kingdom
G. 02-19 Argentina expels Holocaust bishop Argentina
H. 02-22 Slumdog Millionaire winning 8 Oscars Los Angeles
8. 02-25 Nine killed as Turkish plane crashes Amsterdam, Netherlands

Protester throws shoe at China's premier Iran satellite move sparks fears Deal on table in UK foreign worker strike UK culture body halts Iran work Nazi 'Dr. Death' hunt leads to Cairo UK interest rates cut to new low Right-to-die move blocked  The government has issued a decree to prevent Eluana Englaro who has been in a coma for 17 years from having her feeding tubes disconnected   Bishops: 'No room' for Holocaust denier  Germany's Catholic bishops are calling for the expulsion of a former bishop Williamson, recently brought back into the church by Pope Benedict XVI   Merkel phones pope over Williamson  German Chancellor phoned Benedict XVI over a Holocaust denier whom the pope welcomed back into the Roman Catholic Church last month Afghanistan 'tougher than Iraq' Slumdog sweeps to Bafta success Plant and Krauss win 5 Grammys Senate debates woman's fate Woman in euthanasia debate dies City duo Elano and Robinho tame Italy Dutchman Hiddink takes charge at Chelsea Banned Dutch MP to be sent home 2 hurt in London City Airport crash  A British Airways Flight 8456 carrying 67 passengers and five crew members crashed. Avro RJ100's undercarriage collapsed as the plane landed Beckham to return to L.A. Galaxy G7 ministers focus on stabilizing economy  Finance ministers from the world's leading industrialized nations were meetings with an agenda squarely focused on the world financial crisi... G7 pledges to avoid protectionism
  Nadal wins Australian Open  Rafael Nadal claimed his first Australian Open title and denied Roger Federer his 14th grand slam crown in 5-set victory, 7-5 3-6 7-6 3-6 6-2 Legendary British warship 'found' Tibet activists arrested during Wen visit UK braced for more snow problems Heaviest UK snow in 18 years hits flights Map of Heathrow United Kingdom


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Feb.1   Melbourne  
  England
  London
Feb.2   England
  London  
  The snowstorm forced the cancellation of more than 650 flights at the airport and shut down the city's bus network
  London
Feb.3   European Union
 Southern France  Vonn opens world champs with win
Feb.4   England
  London
Feb.5   Germany
  London
Feb.6   Rome  
Feb.7  Jamaica  England collapsed against the West Indies
  Germany  
Feb.8   Berlin  
  Bavaria
  London
  Los Angeles
Feb.9   Rome
  Rome
Feb.10   London
Feb.11   London
Feb.12   United Kingdom
Feb.13   London  
  Los Angeles
Feb.14   Rome  
  Rome  
  Finance ministers of leading industrial countries have pledged to avoid protectionism as they battle the global economic crisis
  Berlin Peru film wins Golden Bear Feb.15   Netherlands Murray defeats injury-hit Nadal in final Feb.16   United Kingdom   British, French nuclear submarines collide
  A British Royal Navy nuclear submarine HMS Vanguard and its French Le Triomphant collided while on operations in the Atlantic Ocean
  Paris France 'responsible' for Holocaust deaths Feb.17   Sweden Pirate Bay joy at charge change Feb.18   European Union Cocaine price 'set to fall more'   Scotland All 18 survive helicopter crash Feb.19   Argentina   Argentina expels Holocaust bishop  Argentina has ordered an ultra-traditionalist British bishop who denies the Holocaust to leave the country or face expulsion Feb.20   Rome Italy passes emergency rape law Feb.21   Ireland     Huge protest over Irish economy   Up to 100,000 people have gathered to protest at the Irish government's handling of the country's recession   Slovakia 12 killed, 25 hurt in bus-train collision Feb.22   Berlin   EU heads back financial clampdown  European leaders have agreed on the need to regulate all financial markets including hedge funds   England Terminally ill Jade Goody marries   Los Angeles     Slumdog Millionaire winning 8 Oscars
  Kate Winslet won the best actress Oscar for The Reader. Sean Penn was winning best actor
Feb.23   Greece   3 quit in wake of helicopter prison break   The director of a maximum-security prison and two of his colleagues resigned after two inmates escaped by helicopter Feb.24   Argentina   Holocaust-denying bishop leaves  Bishop Richard Williamson who was ordered to leave Argentina because of his inflammatory comments about the Holocaust left the country Feb.25   Netherlands   Nine killed as Turkish plane crashes Map of Amsterdam Netherlands
  A passenger jet crashed as it tried to land at the airport, killing at least nine people and injuring more than 50 -- 25 seriously
 A Turkish Airlines plane breaks up after landing short of the runway
  Southern Afghanistan   Four British troops killed  3 British soldiers under NATO command were killed in an explosion, and a Royal Marine died as a result of wounds   Netherlands   Flight recorders found at Dutch crash site   Investigators are trying to determine what caused the crash of an airplane with a good safety record, flown by the Turkish Airlines Feb.26   Netherlands   Turkish airline accused over plane repairs  Turkish Airlines was accused a week before one of its aircraft was involved in a deadly crash of 'inviting disaster' by ignoring aircraft maintenance   Netherlands     Turks, Americans are crash dead   The people killed in the Turkish Airlines plane crash near Amsterdam's main airport have been identified as 5 Turks and 4 U.S. citizens Feb.27   Netherlands   Turkish plane fell 'vertically' to ground  The Turkish Airlines plane fell almost vertically to the ground, making only a short track in the muddy farmer's field where it went down   London   Ryanair to charge passengers to pee  Michael O'Leary said Ryanair had revived inquiries into whether the airline could install coin-operated toilets on its fleet   Berlin   Opel separates from GM after 80 years  General Motors' European division announced that its German subsidiary, Opel cars, will become an independent unit of the company



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Europe
Tibet activists arrested during Wen visit
Protester throws shoe at China's premier
Deal on table in UK foreign worker strike
UK culture body halts Iran work
Right-to-die move blocked
Bishops: 'No room' for Holocaust denier
Biden: US seeks to rework foreign ties
Merkel phones pope over Williamson
Afghanistan 'tougher than Iraq'
G7 ministers focus on stabilizing economy
Huge protest over Irish economy
EU heads back financial clampdown
3 quit in wake of helicopter prison break
Heaviest UK snow in 18 years hits flights
UK braced for more snow problems
Woman in euthanasia debate dies
2 hurt in London City Airport crash
British, French nuclear submarines collide
All 18 survive helicopter crash
Nine killed as Turkish plane crashes
Turkish airline accused over plane repairs
Turks, Americans are crash dead
Turkish plane fell 'vertically' to ground
Vonn opens world champs with win
City duo Elano and Robinho tame Italy
Dutchman Hiddink takes charge at Chelsea
Murray defeats injury-hit Nadal in final
Deal on table in UK foreign worker strike
UK interest rates cut to new low
G7 pledges to avoid protectionism
G7 ministers focus on stabilizing economy
Huge protest over Irish economy
EU heads back financial clampdown
Ryanair to charge passengers to pee
Opel separates from GM after 80 years
Nazi 'Dr. Death' hunt leads to Cairo
Pirate Bay joy at charge change
Italy passes emergency rape law
3 quit in wake of helicopter prison break
Heaviest UK snow in 18 years hits flights
2 hurt in London City Airport crash
All 18 survive helicopter crash
Nine killed as Turkish plane crashes
Flight recorders found at Dutch crash site
Turkish airline accused over plane repairs
Turks, Americans are crash dead
Turkish plane fell 'vertically' to ground
United Kingdom
Tibet activists arrested during Wen visit
Protester throws shoe at China's premier
Deal on table in UK foreign worker strike
UK culture body halts Iran work
Heaviest UK snow in 18 years hits flights
UK braced for more snow problems
2 hurt in London City Airport crash
British, French nuclear submarines collide
City duo Elano and Robinho tame Italy
Dutchman Hiddink takes charge at Chelsea
Deal on table in UK foreign worker strike
UK interest rates cut to new low
Ryanair to charge passengers to pee
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Heaviest UK snow in 18 years hits flights
2 hurt in London City Airport crash
All 18 survive helicopter crash
England
Tibet activists arrested during Wen visit
Protester throws shoe at China's premier
Deal on table in UK foreign worker strike
UK culture body halts Iran work
Heaviest UK snow in 18 years hits flights
UK braced for more snow problems
2 hurt in London City Airport crash
City duo Elano and Robinho tame Italy
Dutchman Hiddink takes charge at Chelsea
Deal on table in UK foreign worker strike
UK interest rates cut to new low
Ryanair to charge passengers to pee
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Heaviest UK snow in 18 years hits flights
2 hurt in London City Airport crash
London
Tibet activists arrested during Wen visit
Protester throws shoe at China's premier
UK culture body halts Iran work
Heaviest UK snow in 18 years hits flights
2 hurt in London City Airport crash
City duo Elano and Robinho tame Italy
Dutchman Hiddink takes charge at Chelsea
UK interest rates cut to new low
Ryanair to charge passengers to pee
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Heaviest UK snow in 18 years hits flights
2 hurt in London City Airport crash
Germany
Bishops: 'No room' for Holocaust denier
Biden: US seeks to rework foreign ties
Merkel phones pope over Williamson
EU heads back financial clampdown
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EU heads back financial clampdown
Opel separates from GM after 80 years
Nazi 'Dr. Death' hunt leads to Cairo
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Italy
Right-to-die move blocked
Senate debates woman's fate
G7 ministers focus on stabilizing economy
Woman in euthanasia debate dies
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G7 pledges to avoid protectionism
G7 ministers focus on stabilizing economy
Italy passes emergency rape law
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Nine killed as Turkish plane crashes
Turkish airline accused over plane repairs
Turks, Americans are crash dead
Turkish plane fell 'vertically' to ground
Murray defeats injury-hit Nadal in final
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Nine killed as Turkish plane crashes
Turkish airline accused over plane repairs
Turks, Americans are crash dead
Turkish plane fell 'vertically' to ground
Berlin
Merkel phones pope over Williamson
EU heads back financial clampdown
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EU heads back financial clampdown
Opel separates from GM after 80 years
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Latin America
Argentina expels Holocaust bishop
Holocaust-denying bishop leaves
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England collapsed against the West Indies
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Beckham to return to L.A. Galaxy
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