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01-02 Airliner crashes into Red Sea Egypt
C. 01-03 No survivors in Red Sea air disaster Egypt
3. 01-04 Blair visits Iraq, praises troops Basra
E. 01-04 Swiss banned Red Sea crash firm Switzerland
F. 01-04 Purported bin Laden tape aired Qatar
6. 01-07 Bremer: Iraq detainees to be freed Iraq
7. 01-07 Mortar attack wounds 35 U.S. soldiers Sunni Triangle
8. 01-08 Black Hawk crash kills 9 Fallujah, Sunni Triangle

Summary.     Click for More > 6 killed in jobs protest Hamas uses female suicide bomber Iraqis protest against poll plans Bremer, Bush meet on Iraq Blast kills 5. U.S. death toll tops 500   Car bomb leaves 20 dead  The huge blast occurred at the gates of a palace that houses the Coalition Provisional Authority 9 dead in attacks US chief Iraq arms expert quits 5 U.S. soldiers, 4 Iraqis killed in attacks Powell casts doubt on Iraq WMDs Kay: No evidence Iraq stockpiled WMDs  Former chief U.S. inspector said U.S. intelligence services owe President Bush an explanation US talks break ice with Gaddafi Rescuers trapped in Cairo collapse   Insurgents killed 6 US soldiers  6 American troops killed by 2 roadside bombs. 2 CNN employees and 2 Iraqi civilians also have been killed Israeli troops kill 8 in raid Israeli forces kill 3 Palestinian 'terrorists' U.N. election team heading to Iraq Muslim pilgrimage nears its climax 2 bombings kill 12, including 3 U.S. soldiers
Airliner crashes into Red Sea  No survivors likely. A charter with 152 people aboard, most of them French tourists, crashed shortly after takeoff Blair visits Iraq, praises troops Black Hawk crash kills 9 Libya signs UTA bombing payout
Jan.2   Egypt
Jan.4   Basra
Jan.8   Sunni Triangle
Jan.9   Libya
  Relatives of 170 victims of the bombing of a French airliner in 1989 have signed a $170m payout deal
Jan.10   Southern Iraq
Jan.14   Israel
Jan.15   Basra
Jan.16   Washington
Jan.17   Iraq
Jan.18   Baghdad
Jan.22   Sunni Triangle
Jan.23   Washington
Jan.24   Sunni Triangle
  USA
Jan.25   Washington
Jan.26   Libya
  Cairo
Jan.27   Iraq
Jan.28   Gaza
Jan.30   West Bank
  UN
  Saudi Arabia
Jan.31   Mosul



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Middle East
Blair visits Iraq, praises troops
Purported bin Laden tape aired
6 killed in jobs protest
Syria rejects Israel talks offer
Bremer: Iraq elections can't be rushed
Protesters seek jobs, end to occupation
Iraqis protest against poll plans
Election plan for Iraq attacked
Sunni and Shia demand free elections
Shiites demand Saddam's execution
Authority, Shiites look for compromise
Muslim pilgrimage nears its climax
Blair visits Iraq, praises troops
Bremer: Iraq detainees to be freed
Mortar attack wounds 35 U.S. soldiers
Black Hawk crash kills 9
US army raids in Tikrit
Blast kills 5. U.S. death toll tops 500
Israel strikes Hezbollah targets
9 dead in attacks
5 U.S. soldiers, 4 Iraqis killed in attacks
Insurgents killed 6 US soldiers
Israeli troops kill 8 in raid
2 bombings kill 12, including 3 U.S. soldiers
Purported bin Laden tape aired
2 French nationals killed
US probes 'hit' on military plane
Prisoners freed from jail
Mosque blast kills at least 4
Hamas uses female suicide bomber
Car bomb leaves 20 dead
Airliner crashes into Red Sea
No survivors in Red Sea air disaster
Crash flight recorder 'located'
Rescuers trapped in Cairo collapse
Iraq
Blair visits Iraq, praises troops
6 killed in jobs protest
Bremer: Iraq elections can't be rushed
Protesters seek jobs, end to occupation
Iraqis protest against poll plans
Election plan for Iraq attacked
Sunni and Shia demand free elections
Shiites demand Saddam's execution
Blair visits Iraq, praises troops
Bremer: Iraq detainees to be freed
Mortar attack wounds 35 U.S. soldiers
Black Hawk crash kills 9
Blast kills 5. U.S. death toll tops 500
9 dead in attacks
5 U.S. soldiers, 4 Iraqis killed in attacks
Insurgents killed 6 US soldiers
2 bombings kill 12, including 3 U.S. soldiers
2 French nationals killed
US probes 'hit' on military plane
Prisoners freed from jail
Mosque blast kills at least 4
Car bomb leaves 20 dead
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USA
U.S. keeps Libya sanctions for now
Bremer, Bush meet on Iraq
US chief Iraq arms expert quits
Powell casts doubt on Iraq WMDs
Kay: No evidence Iraq stockpiled WMDs
Pentagon: Saddam is POW
US chief Iraq arms expert quits
Powell casts doubt on Iraq WMDs
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North Africa
Bombing payout 'agreed'
Libya signs UTA bombing payout
US talks break ice with Gaddafi
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Airliner crashes into Red Sea
No survivors in Red Sea air disaster
Rescuers trapped in Cairo collapse
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Mortar attack wounds 35 U.S. soldiers
Black Hawk crash kills 9
9 dead in attacks
5 U.S. soldiers, 4 Iraqis killed in attacks
2 French nationals killed
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Europe
EU looks to new ties with Libya
British official: Saddam not talking
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Swiss banned Red Sea crash firm
Israel
Qurei slams 'racist' Israeli wall
Israeli troops kill 8 in raid
Israeli forces kill 3 Palestinian 'terrorists'
Hamas uses female suicide bomber
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Southern Iraq
Blair visits Iraq, praises troops
6 killed in jobs protest
Iraqis protest against poll plans
Blair visits Iraq, praises troops
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Airliner crashes into Red Sea
No survivors in Red Sea air disaster
Rescuers trapped in Cairo collapse
Palestine
Qurei slams 'racist' Israeli wall
Israeli troops kill 8 in raid
Israeli forces kill 3 Palestinian 'terrorists'
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Libya
Bombing payout 'agreed'
Libya signs UTA bombing payout
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European Union
EU looks to new ties with Libya
British official: Saddam not talking
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Jan.2  Sunni Triangle  Copter shot down
 England  Security scare grounds flight to Saudi
  Egypt  
  No survivors likely. A charter with 152 people aboard, most of them French tourists, crashed shortly after takeoff
Jan.3   Egypt No survivors in Red Sea air disaster
Jan.4   Basra     Blair visits Iraq, praises troops  British Prime Minister has made an unannounced day-long visit to troops in Basra   Switzerland Swiss banned Red Sea crash firm   Qatar Purported bin Laden tape aired Jan.5   Washington U.S. keeps Libya sanctions for now Jan.6  Sunni Triangle  2 French nationals killed  Egypt  Crash flight recorder 'located'  Pakistan  Pakistan aided Libya nuke program Jan.7   Iraq Bremer: Iraq detainees to be freed   Sunni Triangle Mortar attack wounds 35 U.S. soldiers Jan.8   Sunni Triangle     Black Hawk crash kills 9   A U.S. helicopter made an emergency landing just south of Fallujah, killing all soldiers on board  Iraq  Prisoners freed from jail   Iraq US probes 'hit' on military plane   Libya Bombing payout 'agreed'   Sunni Triangle US army raids in Tikrit Jan.9   Libya   Libya signs UTA bombing payout
  Relatives of 170 victims of the bombing of a French airliner in 1989 have signed a $170m payout deal
 Iraq  Mosque blast kills at least 4   European Union EU looks to new ties with Libya  England  British official: Saddam not talking   Washington Pentagon: Saddam is POW  Washington  Bush opens door for Iraq contracts Jan.10   Southern Iraq   6 killed in jobs protest   Coalition troops fired at a demonstration over jobs in Amarah Jan.11  West Bank  Qurei slams 'racist' Israeli wall  Jerusalem  Sharon says peace is up to Syria   Washington Bush 'plotted Iraq war from start' Jan.12   Syria Syria rejects Israel talks offer  Iraq  U.S. soldier killed, 2 wounded in Baghdad Jan.13   Iraq Bremer: Iraq elections can't be rushed   Southern Iraq Protesters seek jobs, end to occupation  Iraq  Blast rocks police station Jan.14   Israel     Hamas uses female suicide bomber  The militant group has used a female bomber for the first time in a suicide attack which killed 4 Israelis on the border with Gaza Jan.15   Basra   Iraqis protest against poll plans  Tens of thousands of Shia Muslims have protested in the city of Basra against US plans for the handover of power   Iraq Election plan for Iraq attacked Jan.16   Washington   Bremer, Bush meet on Iraq  President and his national security advisers plan to hold meetings with Paul Bremer to discuss Iraq political transition   Washington US downplays rift with Iraq Shia Jan.17   Iraq     Blast kills 5. U.S. death toll tops 500  Blast in a roadside bombing north of Baghdad kills 3 American soldiers, 2 Iraqis  Gaza  Israel to reopen Erez border crossing Jan.18   Baghdad     Car bomb leaves 20 dead
  The huge blast occurred at the gates of a palace that houses the Coalition Provisional Authority
Jan.19   Iraq Sunni and Shia demand free elections  UN  UN considers Iraq election role Jan.20   Iraq Shiites demand Saddam's execution  Algeria  Gas explosion kills 20   Southern Lebanon Israel strikes Hezbollah targets Jan.22   Sunni Triangle   9 dead in attacks  Insurgents in 'Sunni Triangle' launched 3 deadly attacks over a 24-hour period, killing 2 U.S. soldiers   Iraq Authority, Shiites look for compromise Jan.23   Iraq U.S. sees al Qaeda's stamp in attacks   Iraq Cleric halts poll protests   Washington   US chief Iraq arms expert quits  David Kay did not believe Iraq possessed large stockpiles of chemical or biological weapons Jan.24   Sunni Triangle     5 U.S. soldiers, 4 Iraqis killed in attacks Map of Fallujah Iraq  A car bomb killed 3 U.S. soldiers and wounded 6 others in Khaldiyah. West of Fallujah, a roadside bomb exploded   USA     Powell casts doubt on Iraq WMDs  US Secretary of State has conceded that Iraq may not have possessed any stocks of WMDs before the war   Lebanon Israel, Hezbollah to swap prisoners  Tunisia  Tunisia win opener over Rwanda, 2-1 Jan.25   Washington   Kay: No evidence Iraq stockpiled WMDs
  Former chief U.S. inspector said U.S. intelligence services owe President Bush an explanation
 Melbourne  Arazi stuns Philippoussis Jan.26   Libya     US talks break ice with Gaddafi  Congressmen have held talks with Libyan leader, discussed the issue of WMD and visited a nuclear facility   Cairo   Rescuers trapped in Cairo collapse  A burning 12-story building collapsed, trapping up to 18 people inside and injuring 33. All but 2 were firefighters and police   USA Bush praises al Qaeda capture in Iraq
Jan.27   Iraq     Insurgents killed 6 US soldiers
  6 American troops killed by 2 roadside bombs. 2 CNN employees and 2 Iraqi civilians also have been killed
Jan.28   Gaza   Israeli troops kill 8 in raid  Israeli forces shot and killed 8 Palestinians, including at least 3 members of the Islamic Jihad, and wounded 6 others   Iraq Car bomb detonates outside hotel
Jan.29   Lebanon Prisoners welcomed home Jan.30   West Bank     Israeli forces kill 3 Palestinian 'terrorists'  Israeli forces killed a wanted Hamas operative in the West Bank. In Gaza, forces killed 2 suspected of preparing an attack   UN     U.N. election team heading to Iraq  The United Nations expect to send election advisers despite a warning by U.S. military of a rise in violence   Saudi Arabia     Muslim pilgrimage nears its climax  More than a million people from around the world have begun climbing Mount Arafat for the annual Hajj Jan.31   Mosul     2 bombings kill 12, including 3 U.S. soldiers  A car bomb exploded on payday at a police station in Mosul. A roadside bomb attacks a U.S. Army convoy