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01-05 Cologne sex attacks: Protest against gang assaults on women Cologne, West Germany
2. 01-07 Charlie Hebdo anniversary: Paris police shoot man dead
3. 01-10 Cologne attacks: New Year's Eve crime cases top 500 Cologne, West Germany
E. 01-11 David Bowie dies of cancer aged 69 Manhattan
F. 01-11 Ballon d'Or: Messi ends Ronaldo's winning streak Barcelona
6. 01-12 'IS suicide bomber' kills 10 in Istanbul Sultanahmet district
H. 01-17 France drug trial: Brain-dead man dies in hospital Rennes, France
8. 01-21 President Putin 'probably' approved Litvinenko murder London

Summary.     Click for More >   Charlie Hebdo anniversary: Paris police shoot man dead   French police have shot dead a man who was apparently trying to attack a police station on the anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo attacks Cologne attacks: Merkel considers tougher migrant laws Poland summons German ambassador over politicians' comments Cologne attacks: New Year's Eve crime cases top 500 David Bowie dies of cancer aged 69  One of the most influential musicians of his era 'died peacefully, surrounded by his family' after an '18-month battle with cancer' Ballon d'Or: Messi ends Ronaldo's winning streak   'IS suicide bomber' kills 10 in Istanbul Sultanahmet district   A suspected member of the ISIS group has killed 10 people, at least eight of them German tourists, in a suicide bomb attack in the Turkish c... France clinical trial: 90 given drug, one man brain-dead France drug trial: Brain-dead man dies in hospital Islamic State says Mohammed Emwazi killed   President Putin 'probably' approved Litvinenko murder   The murder of ex-Russian spy in 2006 in the UK was 'probably' approved by President Vladimir Putin, an inquiry has found. France to keep state of emergency 'until IS defeated' China releases Swedish rights activist Peter Dahlin Migrant crisis: 24 drown off Samos island near Turkey Migrant crisis: Germany moves to cut asylum claims Andy Murray overcomes Milos Raonic to reach final Angelique Kerber stuns Serena Williams to win title Sweden masked gang 'targeted migrants' in Stockholm Slovenia 50-car pile-up leaves four dead Migrant crisis: More than 10,000 children 'missing' Venice police check masked carnival-goers amid tight security Experts in last attempt to salvage drifting ship off France
Cologne sex attacks: Protest against gang assaults on women Map of Cologne Germany
Jan.5   West Germany
  Hundreds of people have protested in the German city of Cologne over sexual assaults and thefts carried out by groups of men on New Year's Eve
Jan.7   Paris
Jan.8   Germany
Jan.10   Poland
  West Germany
Jan.11   Manhattan
  Barcelona
Jan.12   Istanbul
Jan.15   France
Jan.17   France
Jan.19   ISIS
Jan.21   London
  Paris
Jan.25   China
Jan.28   Greece
  Germany
Jan.29   Melbourne
Jan.30   Melbourne
  Sweden
  Slovenia
Jan.31   European Union
  Northern Italy
  Southern France





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Jan.3   Barcelona
  Poland
 Southern France  2 Lithuanian climbers killed in French Alps avalanche
  Greece
  Sweden
Jan.4   Washington
 Madrid  Zinedine Zidane named Real Madrid coach after Spanish giants sack Benitez
Jan.5   West Germany  
  Hundreds of people have protested in the German city of Cologne over sexual assaults and thefts carried out by groups of men on New Year's Eve
Jan.6   West Germany Cologne sex attacks 'require police rethink' Jan.7   Paris     Charlie Hebdo anniversary: Paris police shoot man dead Map of Goutte d%27Or Paris France
  French police have shot dead a man who was apparently trying to attack a police station on the anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo attacks
  Southern France French daredevil plummets to death in stunt gone wrong Jan.8   West Germany Cologne police chief removed after New Year Eve attacks   Germany     Cologne attacks: Merkel considers tougher migrant laws  German Chancellor has said she will consider changes in the law to make it easier to deport migrants who commit crimes after sex attacks on ... Jan.9   West Germany Cologne attacks: Pegida and police clash at migrant protest Jan.10   Poland     Poland summons German ambassador over politicians' comments  The Polish foreign ministry has criticised German politicians for what it calls 'anti-Polish' comments but has given no details of which one...   Paris France remembers victims of Charlie attacks   West Germany   Cologne attacks: New Year's Eve crime cases top 500 Map of Cologne Germany  The number of criminal cases committed during new year celebrations in the city has risen - 40% of which relate to sexual assault   Barcelona New Catalonia leader pledges secession within 18 months Jan.11   Manhattan   David Bowie dies of cancer aged 69
  One of the most influential musicians of his era 'died peacefully, surrounded by his family' after an '18-month battle with cancer'
 The artist's hits include Let's Dance, Changes, Space Oddity, Starman, Modern Love, Heroes, Under Pressure, Rebel Rebel and Life on Mars. Paul McCartney described him as a 'great star' who 'played a very strong part in British musical history'
  Barcelona     Ballon d'Or: Messi ends Ronaldo's winning streak  After a year in which Barcelona re-established as the world's top football team, Messi has reclaimed his crown as the best player on the planet   Bavaria Germany sends migrants back to Austria
Jan.12   Istanbul     'IS suicide bomber' kills 10 in Istanbul Sultanahmet district Map of Blue Mosque Istanbul Turkey
  A suspected member of the ISIS group has killed 10 people, at least eight of them German tourists, in a suicide bomb attack in the Turkish city
  Wales Village gets 'biblical' amounts of rain for more than two straight months Jan.13   Southern France Avalanche swamps students in French Alps; 3 dead Jan.14   Portugal Hurricane Alex forms, first January hurricane in decades Jan.15   France   France clinical trial: 90 given drug, one man brain-dead   One man is brain-dead and another five people are in hospital after an experimental drug was administered to 90 people in a French clinical ...   West Germany Migrant men banned from German swimming pool Jan.17   France   France drug trial: Brain-dead man dies in hospital Map of Rennes France  A man left brain-dead after an experimental drug trial in France has died. He was one of six people being treated in hospital  London  Tennis match fixing: Evidence evealed Jan.18   Southern France Avalanche killed five French Foreign Legionnaires Jan.19   ISIS   Islamic State says Mohammed Emwazi killed  The Islamic State group's propaganda magazine has confirmed the British militant known as Jihadi John died in a drone strike in November   Paris Paris Ritz: Fire under control at world-famous hotel Jan.21   London     President Putin 'probably' approved Litvinenko murder
  The murder of ex-Russian spy in 2006 in the UK was 'probably' approved by President Vladimir Putin, an inquiry has found..    Putin is likely to have signed off the poisoning of Litvinenko with...
  Paris Hindu god statue's head returns to Cambodia
  Paris     France to keep state of emergency 'until IS defeated'   PM Manuel Valls: France will seek to keep its state of emergency until a 'total and global war' against so-called Islamic State (IS) is over   Russia Litvinenko accused Andrei Lugovoi dismisses 'nonsense' inquiry Jan.22  Greece  Dozens drown in shipwrecks off Greece Jan.23   France Jews leave France in record numbers  Northern Italy  Lindsey Vonn breaks record with 37th downhill win Jan.24  Germany  Adidas to end IAAF sponsorship deal in wake of doping crisis   Paris Paris attacks: Islamic State group 'releases video of attackers'   Portugal Centre-right Sousa wins Portugal presidential poll Jan.25   China   China releases Swedish rights activist Peter Dahlin  Peter Dahlin, 35, has been held since early January amid a crackdown on human rights lawyers and activists Jan.26   Denmark Denmark approves controversial migrant assets bill   France Rock slide kills one at nuclear waste site Jan.27   Sweden Sweden 'to expel up to 80,000 failed asylum-seekers'   Germany Germany's Jews mark Holocaust as new threat rises Jan.28   Greece     Migrant crisis: 24 drown off Samos island near Turkey   Twenty-four migrants have drowned off the Greek island of Samos near Turkey after their boat capsized. 11 missing   Germany     Migrant crisis: Germany moves to cut asylum claims   Germany has unveiled plans to add Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia to its list of safe countries, as it tries to curb growing numbers of migrant... Jan.29   Melbourne     Andy Murray overcomes Milos Raonic to reach final  The Scot who overcame Milos Raonic 4-6 7-5 6-7 (4-7) 6-4 6-2 in a slugfest Friday to appear in a fifth final in Melbourne Jan.30   Melbourne     Angelique Kerber stuns Serena Williams to win title Map of Melbourne Park Melbourne Australia  Kerber stunned Serena Williams in a 6-4 3-6 6-4 thriller to open her grand slam account and deprive the American of a historic 22nd title   Sweden     Sweden masked gang 'targeted migrants' in Stockholm   Up to 100 masked men, dressed in black, gathered in central Stockholm to attack people from immigrant backgrounds   Slovenia   Slovenia 50-car pile-up leaves four dead   The accident happened in heavy fog on a major highway linking the capital Ljubljana with the Adriatic coast Jan.31   European Union     Migrant crisis: More than 10,000 children 'missing'  More than 10,000 migrant children may have disappeared after arriving in Europe over the past two years, the EU's police intelligence unit says   Northern Italy   Venice police check masked carnival-goers amid tight security   Revellers at the annual carnival in Venice were briefly asked to lift their masks before going in to the event   Southern France   Experts in last attempt to salvage drifting ship off France   A team of experts are expected to make a final attempt to salvage a cargo ship that has been adrift for five days before it runs aground