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1. 07-04 USA celebrates 225th birthday USA
2. 07-07 Rep. admits affair with missing woman Washington
D. 07-08 Venus won Wimbledon London
E. 07-14 Missile test a success USA
07-19 Japan charges U.S. airman with rape Okinawa, Japan
6. 07-19 Bush met Blair London
H. 07-22 Bush, Putin agree on missile talks Russia
8. 07-22 G8 leaders fail to agree on Kyoto Northern Italy
J. 07-22 Duval takes British Open England

  Bush met Blair  U.S. President criticized protesters at economic summit as anti-free trade activists Fugitive Einhorn heads for U.S. Union sues Coca-Cola Duval's best round with 65   Bush, Putin agree on missile talks
Arrest warrant for Okinawa rape   Wimbledon: Sampras defeated  Sampras, Federer, 7-6 (7), 5-7, 6-4, 6-7 (2), 7-5. The defeat is first since 1996 Capriati ousted Serena  Capriati, Williams 6-7 (4), 7-5, 6-3. Capriati was down 5-3 in the 2nd set. She will meet Belgian Justine Henin Implanted artificial heart USA celebrates 225th birthday  President Bush spoke at Independence Hall, where 13 American signed the Declaration of Independence Damaged U.S. spy plane arrives Mueller nominated FBI director FBI spy Hanssen pleads guilty Rep. admits affair with missing woman  Gary Condit told police he had a romantic relationship with 24-year-old former intern C. Levy   Venus won Wimbledon  Venus Williams beat Belgian Justine Henin 6-1, 3-6, 6-0. Embassy bomber gets life sentence Police search congressman's home White House's Wing evacuated Shuttle Atlantis lifts off Extradition to U.S. postponed Septuplets born Bush takes tougher Cuba line U.S. welcomes release of academic Missile test a success  A dummy warhead was shot down 140 miles above the Pacific by a kill vehicle Armstrong won Tour de France stage FBI missing computers, weapons Bush makes first Irish peace call U.S. pilot survives Turkish crash Chemical train burns Japan charges U.S. airman with rape Map of Okinawa Japan


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Jul.2   Japan
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Jul.5   US Georgia
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Jul.6   Washington
Jul.7   Washington  
Jul.8   London  
Jul.10   New York
  U.S. Congress
Jul.12   Washington
  Florida
  France
Jul.13   Washington
Jul.14   Washington
  China
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Jul.17   France
  Washington
Jul.18   Washington
  Turkey
  Baltimore
Jul.19   Japan  
  Sgt. Timothy Woodland, was charged with attack on a 20-year-old Okinawa woman
  London  
  France
Jul.20   Colombia
Jul.21   England
Jul.22   Russia  
  Presidents unexpectedly have agreed to tie plans for a missile defence shield to reducing nuclear stockpiles
  Northern Italy   G8 leaders fail to agree on Kyoto
  The leaders' final communique showing the U.S. stood alone on whether to ratify the Kyoto Protocol
  England   Duval takes British Open  Duval captures first major. Woods and Singh at the last 2 Masters   California Alzheimer's vaccine Jul.23   Vatican     Pope meets Bush  John Paul II has urged U.S. President to reject medical research on human embryos   Israel Sharon accepts CIA as monitors Jul.24   Vietnam Powell arrives in Hanoi   Kosovo Bush visits Kosovo troops Jul.25   Switzerland   U.S. rejects germ warfare accord  Washington said that the protocol would put national security and confidential information at risk   China   China frees U.S. 'scholar spies'  Government freed 3 scholars convicted of spying for Taiwan by granting them medical parole Jul.26   Moscow     U.S. pushes ahead with NMD plan  National Security Adviser C. Rice met President Putin and his security adviser Rushailo Jul.27   Beijing     Powell arrives in China  U.S. Secretary of State will try to improve and to meet President Zemin, Premier Rongji and Foreign Minister Jiaxuan   Florida   Teen, teacher killer, gets 28 years  Nathaniel Brazill, 14, convicted for the murder of his middle school teacher   France Armstrong extends T. de France lead Jul.28   Beijing     Powell visit 'very productive'
  U.S. Secretary of State discussed with President Zemin and Premier Rongji human rights and exporting ballistic missiles
Jul.29   Paris     Armstrong wins Tour de France
  Texan won his third straight Tour de France title. He was a leader for the last 7 stages
  Ohio   4 dead after engine explodes  Antique steam engine was pulling into parking place as part of a display of old-style engines Jul.30   USA   U.S. protests Chinese TV edit  Chinese television cut out a section of an interview with Powell about human rights and Taiwan Jul.31   England   Farrakhan wins battle to visit UK  U.S. black political leader had been banned for 15 years because of anti-Semitic remarks   Cuba   Plane from Florida crashes in Cuba   A man rented a small plane in the Florida Keys. The plane flipped over in Havana



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Europe
Bush met Blair
G8 leaders fail to agree on Kyoto
Pope meets Bush
Bush visits Kosovo troops
U.S. rejects germ warfare accord
Extradition to U.S. postponed
Fugitive Einhorn heads for U.S.
Wimbledon: Sampras defeated
Capriati ousted Serena
Venus won Wimbledon
Armstrong won Tour de France stage
Duval takes British Open
Armstrong wins Tour de France
U.S. pilot survives Turkish crash
Bush, Putin agree on missile talks
Bush visits Kosovo troops
U.S. rejects germ warfare accord
U.S. pushes ahead with NMD plan
U.S. pilot survives Turkish crash
North America
Mueller nominated FBI director
Rep. admits affair with missing woman
Shuttle Atlantis lifts off
Bush takes tougher Cuba line
Bush makes first Irish peace call
FBI spy Hanssen pleads guilty
Embassy bomber gets life sentence
Police search congressman's home
White House's Wing evacuated
FBI missing computers, weapons
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Damaged U.S. spy plane arrives
Chemical train burns
4 dead after engine explodes
European Union
Bush met Blair
G8 leaders fail to agree on Kyoto
Farrakhan wins battle to visit UK
Extradition to U.S. postponed
Fugitive Einhorn heads for U.S.
Wimbledon: Sampras defeated
Capriati ousted Serena
Venus won Wimbledon
Armstrong won Tour de France stage
Duval takes British Open
Armstrong wins Tour de France
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Washington
Mueller nominated FBI director
Rep. admits affair with missing woman
Bush takes tougher Cuba line
FBI spy Hanssen pleads guilty
Police search congressman's home
White House's Wing evacuated
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East Asia
Powell arrives in Hanoi
Powell arrives in China
Powell visit 'very productive'
Arrest warrant for Okinawa rape
U.S. welcomes release of academic
Japan charges U.S. airman with rape
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Japan charges U.S. airman with rape
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United Kingdom
Bush met Blair
Farrakhan wins battle to visit UK
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Wimbledon: Sampras defeated
Capriati ousted Serena
Venus won Wimbledon
Duval takes British Open
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France Your ad is here
Extradition to U.S. postponed
Fugitive Einhorn heads for U.S.
Armstrong won Tour de France stage
Armstrong extends T. de France lead
Armstrong wins Tour de France
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London
Bush met Blair
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Wimbledon: Sampras defeated
Venus won Wimbledon
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China
Powell arrives in China
Powell visit 'very productive'
U.S. welcomes release of academic
China frees U.S. 'scholar spies'
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Southern U.S.
Shuttle Atlantis lifts off
Teen, teacher killer, gets 28 years
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Damaged U.S. spy plane arrives
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