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07-01 71 dead in midair collision UEBERLINGEN, West Germany
C. 07-06 Serena takes Wimbledon title London
D. 07-07 Hewitt wins Wimbledon, 2nd Grand Slam London
4. 07-13 Report: Bin Laden alive Germany
5. 07-14 Chirac gunman 'is neo-Nazi' Paris
6. 07-16 IRA 'sorry' for civilian deaths Ireland
H. 07-21 Schumacher clinches 5th F1 title MAGNY-COURS, France
I. 07-23 Williams new leader for Anglicans London

Summary.     Click for More > 71 mostly children killed in midair collision Serena takes Wimbledon title Hewitt wins Wimbledon, 2nd Grand Slam Crash pilots given conflicting orders Crash kills military chiefs Europe caught in Wall St tailspin Mid-air victims mourned Report: Bin Laden alive   Chirac gunman 'is neo-Nazi'  The man pulled out a rifle at Bastille Day parade just after President passed by. One shot was fired Psychiatric test for Chirac gunman Morocco defies Spain over Perejil  Morocco has dismissed calls to withdraw an occupation force from a tiny disputed Mediterranean island IRA 'sorry' for civilian deaths Full 'Dr. Death' horror revealed Spain withdraws after island deal   Schumacher clinches 5th F1 title   Michael clinched his record-tying fifth Formula One season title with a victory in the French Grand Prix Els wins British Open Williams new leader for Anglicans 17th Commonwealth Games opened Disco blast injures 20   Armstrong wins 4th Tour de France  The Texan is claiming one of his biggest and smoothest victories to date in the grueling 3-week event 'We will fight on,' vows N17 Storms cause flooding
71 dead in midair collision Map of UEBERLINGEN Germany
Jul.1   West Germany
  A Tupolev 154 airliner and a Boeing 757 cargo plane collided over the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg
Jul.2   Germany
Jul.6   London
Jul.7   London
Jul.8   Germany
Jul.9   Cyprus
Jul.11   European Union
Jul.12   Germany
Jul.13   Germany
Jul.14   Paris
Jul.15   France
Jul.16   Morocco
  Ireland
Jul.19   England
Jul.20   Spain
Jul.21   France
  Scotland
Jul.23   London
Jul.25   Northern England
Jul.26   Austria
Jul.28   Paris
Jul.31   Greece
  Scotland



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Europe
Hewitt, Venus reached quarterfinals
Mauresmo beats Capriati to reach semis
Hewitt survives 5-set epic with Schalken
Hewitt hammers Henman to reach final
Serena takes Wimbledon title
Hewitt wins Wimbledon, 2nd Grand Slam
Freire to take 2nd Tour stage
ONCE captures yellow jersey
Kirsipuu takes stage victory
Zabel takes stage 6 on Tour de France
Schumacher clinches 5th F1 title
Els wins British Open
17th Commonwealth Games opened
Armstrong wins 4th Tour de France
Terror suspect arrested
Milan anti-terror police arrest 8
Report: Bin Laden alive
Chirac gunman 'is neo-Nazi'
Psychiatric test for Chirac gunman
IRA 'sorry' for civilian deaths
'ETA arms cache' found
Fortuyn accused on hunger strike
Full 'Dr. Death' horror revealed
Disco blast injures 20
71 dead in midair collision
19 Poles killed in bus crash
71 mostly children killed in midair collision
Man speared in head survives
AIDS prevention key topic at Conference
Crash pilots given conflicting orders
Crash kills military chiefs
AIDS workers warn of complacency
Drug price protest at AIDS summit
Full 'Dr. Death' horror revealed
UK ministers seek Kashmir role
Police and mob clash at Drumcree
Drug price protest at AIDS summit
Army exiles discuss Iraq overthrow
Mid-air victims mourned
Clinton and Mandela rally AIDS fight
Chirac gunman 'is neo-Nazi'
Schroeder sacks defence minister
Williams new leader for Anglicans
UK ministers seek Kashmir role
Crash kills military chiefs
Exiled officers form anti-Saddam council
Schroeder sacks defence minister
Spain withdraws after island deal
Freire to take 2nd Tour stage
ONCE captures yellow jersey
Kirsipuu takes stage victory
Zabel takes stage 6 on Tour de France
McGee wins stage, Armstrong crushed
Kroon wins 8th Tour de France stage
Botero wins 9th stage of Tour de France
Halgand earns stage win in Tour
Armstrong win mountain
Armstrong wins 4th Tour de France
United Kingdom
Hewitt, Venus reached quarterfinals
Mauresmo beats Capriati to reach semis
Serena takes Wimbledon title
Hewitt wins Wimbledon, 2nd Grand Slam
Els wins British Open
17th Commonwealth Games opened
Full 'Dr. Death' horror revealed
Full 'Dr. Death' horror revealed
UK ministers seek Kashmir role
Police and mob clash at Drumcree
Army exiles discuss Iraq overthrow
Williams new leader for Anglicans
UK ministers seek Kashmir role
Exiled officers form anti-Saddam council
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France
ONCE captures yellow jersey
Kirsipuu takes stage victory
Zabel takes stage 6 on Tour de France
McGee wins stage, Armstrong crushed
Kroon wins 8th Tour de France stage
Schumacher clinches 5th F1 title
Armstrong wins 4th Tour de France
Chirac gunman 'is neo-Nazi'
Psychiatric test for Chirac gunman
'ETA arms cache' found
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Chirac gunman 'is neo-Nazi'
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ONCE captures yellow jersey
Kirsipuu takes stage victory
Zabel takes stage 6 on Tour de France
McGee wins stage, Armstrong crushed
Kroon wins 8th Tour de France stage
Armstrong wins 4th Tour de France
England
Hewitt, Venus reached quarterfinals
Mauresmo beats Capriati to reach semis
Serena takes Wimbledon title
Hewitt wins Wimbledon, 2nd Grand Slam
17th Commonwealth Games opened
Full 'Dr. Death' horror revealed
Full 'Dr. Death' horror revealed
Army exiles discuss Iraq overthrow
Williams new leader for Anglicans
Exiled officers form anti-Saddam council
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London
Hewitt, Venus reached quarterfinals
Mauresmo beats Capriati to reach semis
Serena takes Wimbledon title
Hewitt wins Wimbledon, 2nd Grand Slam
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Army exiles discuss Iraq overthrow
Williams new leader for Anglicans
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Germany
Freire to take 2nd Tour stage
Report: Bin Laden alive
71 dead in midair collision
71 mostly children killed in midair collision
Crash pilots given conflicting orders
Mid-air victims mourned
Schroeder sacks defence minister
Schroeder sacks defence minister
Freire to take 2nd Tour stage
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AIDS prevention key topic at Conference
AIDS workers warn of complacency
Drug price protest at AIDS summit
Drug price protest at AIDS summit
Clinton and Mandela rally AIDS fight
Spain withdraws after island deal
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Terror suspect arrested
Leading November 17 guerrilla arrested
Man speared in head survives
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July 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jul.1  London  Hewitt, Venus reached quarterfinals
 Hungary  19 Poles killed in bus crash
  West Germany  
  A Tupolev 154 airliner and a Boeing 757 cargo plane collided over the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg
Jul.2   Germany   71 mostly children killed in midair collision  Both pilots were believed to be diving to try to avoid a crash. Traffic controllers told the Russian pilot 3 times to descend  Greece  Man speared in head survives Jul.3  London  Mauresmo beats Capriati to reach semis  United Kingdom  UK ministers seek Kashmir role Jul.4  London  Hewitt survives 5-set epic with Schalken  Greece  Terror suspect arrested Jul.5  London  Hewitt hammers Henman to reach final Jul.6   London     Serena takes Wimbledon title  Serena Williams beat big sister Venus in straight sets 7-6 (4), 6-3 for her first Wimbledon championship and 3rd major title  Spain  AIDS prevention key topic at Conference Jul.7   London     Hewitt wins Wimbledon, 2nd Grand Slam  The 21-year-old Australian crushed Nalbandian in straight sets to win his second Grand Slam title, solidify No. 1 ranking  Northern Ireland  Police and mob clash at Drumcree Jul.8   Germany   Crash pilots given conflicting orders  Swiss air traffic controllers told the Russian pilots to descend, while the on-board warning system - to climb  Germany  Freire to take 2nd Tour stage Jul.9   Spain AIDS workers warn of complacency   Cyprus   Crash kills military chiefs  A helicopter crash has killed the commanders of both the National Guard and the island's air force Jul.10   Spain Drug price protest at AIDS summit   European Union Row looms over EC farm shake-up  France  ONCE captures yellow jersey Jul.11   European Union   Europe caught in Wall St tailspin  Bourses in European capitals were pummeled, after news Qwest to face a probe into its finances   London Army exiles discuss Iraq overthrow  France  Kirsipuu takes stage victory Jul.12   Germany   Mid-air victims mourned  A memorial mass is being held near the crash scene for the 71 victims of the mid-air plane collision  France  Zabel takes stage 6 on Tour de France   Spain Clinton and Mandela rally AIDS fight   Milan Milan anti-terror police arrest 8 Jul.13  France  McGee wins stage, Armstrong crushed   Germany     Report: Bin Laden alive  Osama is in between Pakistan and Afghanistan, the head of BND foreign intelligence network said in a newspaper interview   European Union Europe edgy on U.S. war court deal Jul.14   Paris     Chirac gunman 'is neo-Nazi'
  The man pulled out a rifle at Bastille Day parade just after President passed by. One shot was fired
 France  Kroon wins 8th Tour de France stage   England Exiled officers form anti-Saddam council
Jul.15   France   Psychiatric test for Chirac gunman  Maxime Brunerie, 25, has been sent to a psychiatric hospital for tests. He is known by police for having emotional problems   European Union Euro breaks $1 barrier  France  Botero wins 9th stage of Tour de France Jul.16   France 'ETA arms cache' found   Morocco   Morocco defies Spain over Perejil
  Morocco has dismissed calls to withdraw an occupation force from a tiny disputed Mediterranean island
  Ireland   IRA 'sorry' for civilian deaths  The Irish Republican Army has issued an unprecedented statement apologising for the killing during its 30-year campaign   Netherlands Fortuyn accused on hunger strike
Jul.17   Morocco Leave island now, Spain told  France  Halgand earns stage win in Tour   Athens Leading November 17 guerrilla arrested Jul.18   Berlin Schroeder sacks defence minister   Spain Spanish offer on disputed isle  France  Armstrong win mountain Jul.19   England   Full 'Dr. Death' horror revealed  Relatives of patients killed by Harold Shipman have been 'vindicated' in their struggle to reveal him as he killed at least 215  Scotland  Monty storms into contention   Morocco Morocco 'won't reoccupy island'   Kenya UK pay-out for bomb victims  Scotland  Els charges into British lead Jul.20   Pakistan Straw peace mission  France  Millar sprints to Tour 13th stage win   Athens Two more N17 suspects arrested   Spain   Spain withdraws after island deal  Spain and Morocco resolved dispute over a tiny Mediterranean island. The Spanish flag was lowered on the island   Sicily Sicily train crash killed 8 Jul.21   France     Schumacher clinches 5th F1 title Map of MAGNY-COURS France
  Michael clinched his record-tying fifth Formula One season title with a victory in the French Grand Prix
  Scotland   Els wins British Open  Els rebounded from one setback after another and survives four-man playoff   Pakistan Musharraf shuns Straw   Athens Prosecutors charge N17 suspects   Oceania Greenpeace chases UK nuclear fuel ships Jul.22   European Union EU extends Zimbabwe sanctions Jul.23   London   Williams new leader for Anglicans  Welsh archbishop Rowan Williams is a outspoken opponent of U.S. policies in Afghanistan and Iraq  France  Botero wins stage 15 of Tour de France   Caribbean UK destroyer in $66m cocaine swoop Jul.24   England UK ultimatum to paramilitaries  Alps  Boogerd wins stage, Armstrong leading Jul.25   Northern England   17th Commonwealth Games opened   Queen Elizabeth II officially opened the multi-million pound Games in Manchester  France  Frigo wins stage Jul.26  France  Hushovd takes stage   Northern Ireland Omagh suspects face legal action   Austria   Disco blast injures 20 Map of Linz. Austria  An explosion by hand grenade at a nightclub in the city of Linz. Most of the wounded were between 15 and 19-years-old Jul.27  France  Armstrong wins time trial Jul.28   Paris     Armstrong wins 4th Tour de France
  The Texan is claiming one of his biggest and smoothest victories to date in the grueling 3-week event
Jul.30  England  Thorpe breaks world 400-meter record Jul.31   Greece   'We will fight on,' vows N17  The November 17 terror group has issued a statement saying it remains active despite a wave of high-profile arrests  Italy  'Mafia boss' held for Olympic fixing   Scotland   Storms cause flooding  Heavy rains caused flooding that left hundreds of people stranded. Lightning knocked out power to 50,000 homes