Dynamic MapReport

World News Atlas    European Union     2012   February

European Union, February 2012 Timeline Sunday, April 15 Bookmark and Share     Author
Search World News Atlas:

Greek Debt Crisis, 2012   Greece Parliament (22)   Greece, 2012   Berlin Politics (132)   France, 2012   Lille (9)

Business Main Event: Amid clashes Parliament...
on Google Map

B. 02-03 FBI and UK police call 'hacked' London
C. 02-09 Greece leaders agree bailout cuts Greece
02-12 Amid clashes Parliament approves austerity Greece
E. 02-17 German president resigns amid scandal Berlin
5. 02-19 Iran suspends oil exports to Britain and France Iran
6. 02-20 Fresh bailout for Greece 'agreed' Belgium
H. 02-21 Strauss-Kahn held over 'sex ring' Lille, France
I. 02-22 Two Western journalists killed in Syria Homs, Syria

Summary.     Click for More > Radical cleric released from UK jail Eurozone calls for Greek scrutiny German president resigns amid scandal   President Christian Wulff announced his resignation Friday following a series of scandals that prompted calls for him to stand down Dutch prince 'hit by avalanche'   Iran suspends oil exports to Britain and France  Iran's oil ministry announced Sunday that it had stopped crude exports to British and French companies Boxer held after post-fight brawl Greece seeking critical new bailout UK Sun on Sunday to launch next week Fresh bailout for Greece 'agreed'   Strauss-Kahn held over 'sex ring'   Former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn has been detained for questioning by French police investigating a prostitution ring Greece gears up for tough reforms   Two Western journalists killed in Syria Map of Homs Syria  Marie Colvin, a American foreign correspondent for London's The Sunday Times, and war photographer Remi Ochlik, 28, were killed in shelling in Homs France, Britain to Syria: Cease attacks G20 chiefs: Europe needs bigger firewall Stricken Costa vessel under tow Stricken vessel nears dock in Seychelles
FBI and UK police call 'hacked' Heathrow cancels flights as snow blankets Argentina to file UN Falklands complaint Greece leaders agree bailout cuts Eurozone ministers set new conditions Greek PM gives final euro warning Amid clashes Parliament approves austerity
Feb.3   London
Feb.5   London
Feb.7   Argentina
Feb.9   Greece
  Greece
Feb.11   Greece
Feb.12   Greece
  Lawmakers voted to approve another round of austerity measures, sought in return for a new eurozone bailout of the debt-stricken country
Feb.13   England
Feb.15   European Union
Feb.17   Berlin
  Austria
Feb.19   Iran
  Munich
  Belgium
  London
Feb.20   Belgium
Feb.21   France
  Greece
Feb.22   Syria
Feb.23   France
Feb.26   European Union
Feb.27   Seychelles
Feb.29   Seychelles



     * Location by Topic
European Union, February 2012, Location by Topic
Location Politics Sports Crime & Justice Business Disasters
Europe
Terry loses England captaincy
Greek leaders pause bailout talks
Ex-minister victorious in presidential election
Greek parties fail to agree cuts
Greece leaders agree bailout cuts
Greece anger over spending cuts
Greek PM gives final euro warning
Amid clashes Parliament approves austerity
Radical cleric released from UK jail
German president resigns amid scandal
Dutch prince 'hit by avalanche'
Greece seeking critical new bailout
UK Sun on Sunday to launch next week
Fresh bailout for Greece 'agreed'
Strauss-Kahn held over 'sex ring'
Greece gears up for tough reforms
France, Britain to Syria: Cease attacks
Terry loses England captaincy
Contador loses drug case
Capello quits England post
Milan flattens Arsenal 4-0 in Champions League
Post-fight brawl mars Klitschko win
Boxer held after post-fight brawl
Messi scores 4 goals as Barca routs Valencia
Stocker goal gives Basel crucial lead over Bayern
FBI and UK police call 'hacked'
Man gets life for U.S. airmen shooting
Sun 'will continue' says Murdoch after arrests
Radical cleric released from UK jail
Greece cleans up after night of rioting
Boxer held after post-fight brawl
Strauss-Kahn held over 'sex ring'
Leaders back Somali terror fight
British Iran missile suspect extradited to US
Italy acts on Russia gas shortage
Unions set to strike over new austerity
Eurozone ministers set new conditions
Greece seeking critical new bailout
Fresh bailout for Greece 'agreed'
Underwater search of cruise ship halted
Heathrow cancels flights as snow blankets
Dutch prince 'hit by avalanche'
Greece
Greek leaders pause bailout talks
Greek parties fail to agree cuts
Greece leaders agree bailout cuts
Greece anger over spending cuts
Greek PM gives final euro warning
Amid clashes Parliament approves austerity
Greece gears up for tough reforms
Your ad is here
Greece cleans up after night of rioting
Unions set to strike over new austerity
Eurozone ministers set new conditions
Your ad is here
United Kingdom
Terry loses England captaincy
Sun 'will continue' says Murdoch after arrests
Radical cleric released from UK jail
UK Sun on Sunday to launch next week
Terry loses England captaincy
Capello quits England post
FBI and UK police call 'hacked'
Sun 'will continue' says Murdoch after arrests
Radical cleric released from UK jail
Leaders back Somali terror fight
Your ad is here
Heathrow cancels flights as snow blankets
Germany
German president resigns amid scandal
Post-fight brawl mars Klitschko win
Boxer held after post-fight brawl
Man gets life for U.S. airmen shooting
Boxer held after post-fight brawl
Your ad is here Your ad is here
Middle East
Two Western journalists killed in Syria
Hurt reporter asks to leave Syria
Lawrie claims victory in Qatar
Your ad is here
Iran suspends oil exports to Britain and France
Your ad is here
Italy Your ad is here
Milan flattens Arsenal 4-0 in Champions League
Your ad is here
Italy acts on Russia gas shortage
Underwater search of cruise ship halted
France
Strauss-Kahn held over 'sex ring'
France, Britain to Syria: Cease attacks
Your ad is here
Strauss-Kahn held over 'sex ring'
Your ad is here Your ad is here
Arab Countries
Two Western journalists killed in Syria
Hurt reporter asks to leave Syria
Lawrie claims victory in Qatar
Your ad is here Your ad is here Your ad is here
West Germany Your ad is here
Post-fight brawl mars Klitschko win
Boxer held after post-fight brawl
Man gets life for U.S. airmen shooting
Boxer held after post-fight brawl
Your ad is here Your ad is here

     *
Location by Topic



Add a favorite (file a bookmark) to European Union, February 2012 Timeline

Please send feedback to: support@mapreport.com

Advertise on European Union, February 2012 Page


Legend  

XML

Details:

FBI and UK police call 'hacked'  Hacking network Anonymous has released a recording of a conference call between the FBI and UK police in which they discuss efforts against hacking Heathrow cancels flights as snow blankets   Heavy snow left several Italian villages paralyzed and without power as winter weather and cold temperatures spread across Europe Italy acts on Russia gas shortage Unions set to strike over new austerity   Argentina to file UN Falklands complaint   Argentina is to make a formal complaint to the United Nations about British 'militarisation' around the disputed Falkland Islands Capello quits England post Greek parties fail to agree cuts   Greece leaders agree bailout cuts  Greek politicians have reached a deal on austerity measures needed for a new 130bn euro bailout, Prime Minister Lucas Papademos says   Eurozone ministers set new conditions   The chairman of a meeting of Eurozone finance ministers says fresh conditions will be attached to a 130bn euro bailout for Greece Greece anger over spending cuts Man gets life for U.S. airmen shooting Greek cabinet approves new cuts Sun 'will continue' says Murdoch after arrests   Greek PM gives final euro warning   Lucas Papademos has warned the nation of a collapse in living standards if MPs fail to pass an unpopular austerity bill demanded in return for...   Amid clashes Parliament approves austerity


February 2012 ... more > Top ^
Feb.3   London  
 London  Terry loses England captaincy
 Italy  Underwater search of cruise ship halted
Feb.4  European Union  Europe freeze hits transport hubs
Feb.5   London  
 Qatar  Lawrie claims victory in Qatar
 Greece  Greek leaders pause bailout talks
 Finland  Ex-minister victorious in presidential election
Feb.6  Spain  Contador loses drug case
  Italy
Feb.7   Greece
  Argentina  
Feb.8   London
  Greece
Feb.9   Greece  
  Greece  
Feb.10   Athens
  West Germany
  Greece
Feb.11   London
  Greece  
Feb.12   Greece  
  Lawmakers voted to approve another round of austerity measures, sought in return for a new eurozone bailout of the debt-stricken country
Feb.13   England   Radical cleric released from UK jail   Abu Qatada, a radical Jordanian cleric described by authorities as an inspiration to September 11 hijacker Mohammed Atta and other terrorist...   Athens Greece cleans up after night of rioting
Feb.14   European Union Moody's downgrades European countries   Greece Greece 'has made big sacrifices' Feb.15   Greece 'Progress' in Greek bailout talks   Paris Sarkozy announces re-election bid  Milan  Milan flattens Arsenal 4-0 in Champions League   European Union   Eurozone calls for Greek scrutiny   The eurozone requires much tighter oversight of Greece's finances, Jean-Claude Juncker, the head of the Eurogroup has said Feb.17   Berlin   German president resigns amid scandal
  President Christian Wulff announced his resignation Friday following a series of scandals that prompted calls for him to stand down
  Austria     Dutch prince 'hit by avalanche'   Prince Johan Friso is in a critical condition in hospital after being hit by an avalanche in the Austrian resort of Lech, say officials Feb.18   Latvia Latvians reject Russian in vote
  Berlin Jail docu-drama wins Berlin award Feb.19   Iran     Iran suspends oil exports to Britain and France
  Iran's oil ministry announced Sunday that it had stopped crude exports to British and French companies
  Munich   Boxer held after post-fight brawl   Dereck Chisora has been released without charge in Munich after a brawl with fellow British boxer David Haye  Barcelona  Messi scores 4 goals as Barca routs Valencia   Belgium   Greece seeking critical new bailout   Eurozone finance ministers are due to meet to decide whether Greece has done enough to merit a huge bailout loan   London   UK Sun on Sunday to launch next week  The Sun on Sunday is to publish for the first time next weekend, News International has announced Feb.20   Western Afghanistan 3 Italian soldiers die in Afghanistan
  Belgium   Fresh bailout for Greece 'agreed'   Eurozone finance ministers have reached agreement on a vital second bailout for Greece, officials involved in the negotiations say Feb.21   France     Strauss-Kahn held over 'sex ring' Map of Lille France
  Former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn has been detained for questioning by French police investigating a prostitution ring
  Greece   Greece gears up for tough reforms  The cabinet is to meet for talks on launching the painful reform process stipulated by creditors in return for a massive bailout and debt wr... Feb.22   Syria     Two Western journalists killed in Syria Map of Homs Syria
  Marie Colvin, a American foreign correspondent for London's The Sunday Times, and war photographer Remi Ochlik, 28, were killed in shelling in Homs
 Ochlik had covered conflicts from Haiti to Libya, and won first prize in the World Press Photo general news category Colleagues remembered Colvin. who lost her left eye to shrapnel while covering a conflict in Sri Lanka
Feb.23   France     France, Britain to Syria: Cease attacks  'Widespread, systematic and gross human rights violations" amounting to crimes against humanity'   Syria Hurt reporter asks to leave Syria   London Leaders back Somali terror fight Feb.24   London British Iran missile suspect extradited to US Feb.26   Kabul France, Germany withdraw civilian staff  London  Liverpool beats Cardiff in Carling Cup   European Union     G20 chiefs: Europe needs bigger firewall  Finance ministers and central bankers said global risks have eased following actions by European authorities to stabilize government finances Feb.27   London Occupy London eviction under way   Seychelles Boat reaches stranded Costa ship   Seychelles   Stricken Costa vessel under tow   An Italian cruise ship left adrift in the Indian Ocean with more than 1,000 people on board following a power failure, has been taken in tow Feb.28   Syria British journalist freed from Homs   Greece S&P downgrades Greece  United Kingdom  Brawling Chisora banned by WBC Feb.29   London James Murdoch quits UK newspapers   Seychelles Disabled cruise ship slowly nearing Seychelles   Florida Monkees' Davy Jones dies aged 66   Seychelles   Stricken vessel nears dock in Seychelles Map of Victoria Seychelles  The stricken Italian cruise vessel Costa Allegra is due to reach land in the Seychelles shortly