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B. 07-03 Superb Djokovic beats Nadal London
C. 07-05 UK press hacking row escalates London
D. 07-06 UK dead soldiers' families 'hacked' London
07-07 Hacking scandal spurs paper's closing London
5. 07-09 NoW goes to presses for last time London
G. 07-10 Blast at Zygi naval base munitions dump Zygi, Cyprus
H. 07-12 Murdoch summoned over phone hacking London
8. 07-13 News Corp withdraws bid for BSkyB London

Summary.     Click for More > NoW goes to presses for last time Blast at Zygi naval base munitions dump Murdoch summoned over phone hacking News Corp withdraws bid for BSkyB  Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation has announced that it is dropping its planned bid to take full ownership of satellite broadcaster BSkyB Murdoch apologizes as deputies resign Murdoch ad apologizes for 'wrongdoing' Brooks arrested in hacking scandal   London police chief resigns amid scandal   The widening phone-hacking scandal that brought down one of Britain's biggest newspapers claimed another victim Hacking whistle-blower found dead UK lawmakers grill Murdoch, ex-editor   News Corp. magnate Rupert Murdoch and his son, James, said were not to blame in a burgeoning scandal Parliament grills combative Cameron Eurozone agrees new Greek bailout James Murdoch evidence questioned Amy Winehouse found dead Evans Wins Tour de France Strauss-Kahn accuser speaks out UK recognizes Libyan rebels, not Gadhafi Queen's granddaughter weds in Scotland
  Judge releases Strauss-Kahn  A judge released Strauss-Kahn from house arrest, after prosecutors presented evidence questioning the credibility of the hotel maid Superb Djokovic beats Nadal UK press hacking row escalates UK dead soldiers' families 'hacked' Hacking scandal spurs paper's closing
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  The embattled tabloid News of the World, one of the oldest and best-selling newspapers in Britain, will shut down after Sunday's issue.    This Sunday's issue will be the last edition of the paper, News International chairman James Murdoch says. The announcement f...
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Europe
Strauss-Kahn allies eye comeback
UK press hacking row escalates
UK dead soldiers' families 'hacked'
Murdoch calls allegations 'deplorable'
Hacking scandal spurs paper's closing
Staff shocked by NoW 'bombshell'
NoW goes to presses for last time
UK police to be quizzed on hacking
Murdoch summoned over phone hacking
Murdoch apologizes as deputies resign
Murdoch ad apologizes for 'wrongdoing'
London police chief resigns amid scandal
Brooks arrested in hacking scandal
Hacking whistle-blower found dead
UK lawmakers grill Murdoch, ex-editor
Parliament grills combative Cameron
Queen's granddaughter weds in Scotland
Novak Djokovic reaches Wimbledon final
Nadal knocked out Andy Murray
Kvitova takes Wimbledon glory
Klitschko defeats Haye on points
Gilbert wins opening stage
Superb Djokovic beats Nadal
Hushovd takes Tour de France lead
Clarke seals three-shot Open win
Japan win World Cup on penalties over US
Evans Wins Tour de France
Strauss-Kahn faces Paris sex case
Lawyer: Journalists hacked girl's phone
UK dead soldiers' families 'hacked'
Brooks arrested in hacking scandal
UK press hacking row escalates
UK dead soldiers' families 'hacked'
Murdoch calls allegations 'deplorable'
Hacking scandal spurs paper's closing
Staff shocked by NoW 'bombshell'
NoW goes to presses for last time
Murdoch summoned over phone hacking
News Corp withdraws bid for BSkyB
Murdoch apologizes as deputies resign
Murdoch ad apologizes for 'wrongdoing'
Brooks arrested in hacking scandal
Hacking whistle-blower found dead
UK lawmakers grill Murdoch, ex-editor
Poles warn EU over Greece crisis
Portugal debt downgraded to junk
Hacking scandal spurs paper's closing
NoW goes to presses for last time
Berlusconi firm in damages order
News Corp withdraws bid for BSkyB
Murdoch apologizes as deputies resign
United Kingdom
UK press hacking row escalates
UK dead soldiers' families 'hacked'
Hacking scandal spurs paper's closing
NoW goes to presses for last time
Murdoch summoned over phone hacking
Murdoch apologizes as deputies resign
Murdoch ad apologizes for 'wrongdoing'
London police chief resigns amid scandal
Brooks arrested in hacking scandal
Hacking whistle-blower found dead
UK lawmakers grill Murdoch, ex-editor
Parliament grills combative Cameron
Queen's granddaughter weds in Scotland
Novak Djokovic reaches Wimbledon final
Nadal knocked out Andy Murray
Kvitova takes Wimbledon glory
Superb Djokovic beats Nadal
Clarke seals three-shot Open win
Lawyer: Journalists hacked girl's phone
UK dead soldiers' families 'hacked'
Brooks arrested in hacking scandal
UK press hacking row escalates
UK dead soldiers' families 'hacked'
Hacking scandal spurs paper's closing
NoW goes to presses for last time
Murdoch summoned over phone hacking
News Corp withdraws bid for BSkyB
Murdoch apologizes as deputies resign
Murdoch ad apologizes for 'wrongdoing'
Brooks arrested in hacking scandal
Hacking whistle-blower found dead
UK lawmakers grill Murdoch, ex-editor
Hacking scandal spurs paper's closing
NoW goes to presses for last time
News Corp withdraws bid for BSkyB
Murdoch apologizes as deputies resign
North America
Royals attend Canada Day events
Royal couple continue Canada tour
Royals plant tree on Canada tour
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Judge releases Strauss-Kahn
Strauss-Kahn accuser has credibility issue
Strauss-Kahn prosecutor 'to stay'
Strauss-Kahn accuser speaks out
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France
Strauss-Kahn allies eye comeback
Strauss-Kahn faces Paris sex case
Gilbert wins opening stage
Hushovd takes Tour de France lead
Evans Wins Tour de France
Strauss-Kahn faces Paris sex case
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Judge releases Strauss-Kahn
Strauss-Kahn accuser has credibility issue
Strauss-Kahn prosecutor 'to stay'
Strauss-Kahn accuser speaks out
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Canada
Royals attend Canada Day events
Royal couple continue Canada tour
Royals plant tree on Canada tour
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Wimbledon Your ad is here
Novak Djokovic reaches Wimbledon final
Superb Djokovic beats Nadal
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Germany
Germany and France in debt deal
Klitschko defeats Haye on points
Japan win World Cup on penalties over US
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Jul.1   New York
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  A judge released Strauss-Kahn from house arrest, after prosecutors presented evidence questioning the credibility of the hotel maid
  London Nadal knocked out Andy Murray
  France Strauss-Kahn allies eye comeback Jul.2   London Kvitova takes Wimbledon glory  France  Gilbert wins opening stage  Poland  Poles warn EU over Greece crisis  Canada  Royal couple continue Canada tour  European Union  Eurozone releases more Greece aid   Hamburg Klitschko defeats Haye on points  Canada  Royals plant tree on Canada tour Jul.3   London     Superb Djokovic beats Nadal   New world #1 beat defending champion Rafael Nadal in four sets to win the Wimbledon men's singles title for the first time  Canada  Royal couple sail to Quebec City  France  Hushovd takes Tour de France lead Jul.4  Paris  Strauss-Kahn faces Paris sex case  Helmand  Missing British soldier found dead Jul.5  London  Lawyer: Journalists hacked girl's phone   London   UK press hacking row escalates  New allegations have emerged of payments to the police as the row around the News of the World escalates  Portugal  Portugal debt downgraded to junk Jul.6   London Murdoch calls allegations 'deplorable'   London   UK dead soldiers' families 'hacked'  Phones owned by relatives of dead UK soldiers were allegedly hacked by the News of the World, a national newspaper reports   New York Strauss-Kahn prosecutor 'to stay' Jul.7   London   Hacking scandal spurs paper's closing
  The embattled tabloid News of the World, one of the oldest and best-selling newspapers in Britain, will shut down after Sunday's issue
 This Sunday's issue will be the last edition of the paper, News International chairman James Murdoch says. The announcement follows accusations that the paper eavesdropped on the phone messages of murder and terror victims, politicians and celebrities
 New York  Strauss-Kahn won't strike plea deal  Netherlands  One dead in arena collapse   London Staff shocked by NoW 'bombshell' Jul.8  Italy  Berlusconi won't seek another term  Spain  Man gored in Spain's running of the bulls  London  UK hacking tabloid's ex-editor bailed  London  Murdoch due in UK to face crisis Jul.9   Milan Berlusconi firm in damages order   London   NoW goes to presses for last time   The last edition of the News of the World is being published, its front page declaring: 'Thank you & goodbye'  Germany  Japan stuns Germany, advanced to semi Jul.10  England  Alonso wins for Ferrari  London  Murdoch in UK amid BSkyB pressure  London  Murdoch backs beleaguered UK aide   Cyprus   Blast at Zygi naval base munitions dump   A massive blast in a dump at the Zygi naval base in Greek Cyprus has shaken the island. 2 containers of gunpowder caught fire  Los Angeles  Victoria, David Beckham welcome first girl Jul.11  London  Brown 'shocked' by new hacking claims   European Union Stock markets fall on debt fears  Cyprus  Cyprus navy chief killed by blast   London UK police to be quizzed on hacking  Afghanistan  Sarkozy in Afghanistan to meet troops Jul.12   London   Murdoch summoned over phone hacking  British lawmakers investigating a phone hacking scandal asked Rupert Murdoch, his son James and ex-editor Rebekah Brooks to testify  Ireland  Irish debt rating cut by Moody's Jul.13   London   News Corp withdraws bid for BSkyB
  Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation has announced that it is dropping its planned bid to take full ownership of satellite broadcaster BSkyB
 Ruhr  U.S. beats France and will play in final  West Germany  Japan beat Sweden 3-1 in semifinal  London  Cameron launches hacking investigation  Southern France  Cavendish wins Stage 11 of Tour Jul.14  England  Amateur makes Open history  Southern France  Sanchez takes Stage 12; Contador 7th  Rome  Italy Senate passes tough budget  Bahrain  Irish delegation 'bullied' in Bahrain Jul.15   London   Murdoch apologizes as deputies resign   Two key executives in the media empire resigned, and their former boss began a series of apologies in the phone-hacking scandal Jul.16   London   Murdoch ad apologizes for 'wrongdoing'  Rupert Murdoch apologized to the British public with full-page advertisements in 7 national newspapers   London UK PM's Murdoch press links defended  France  Vanendert wins 14th stage; Voeckler leads  Austria  Austria mourns Empire's last heir Jul.17   London   Brooks arrested in hacking scandal  Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks was arrested in connection with police investigations into phone hacking and bribery   England Clarke seals three-shot Open win   London     London police chief resigns amid scandal
  The widening phone-hacking scandal that brought down one of Britain's biggest newspapers claimed another victim.    Metropolitan Police Commission...
  West Germany Japan win World Cup on penalties over US Jul.18   England   Hacking whistle-blower found dead   Sean Hoare, a former News of the World journalist who made phone-hacking allegations against the paper, has been found dead Jul.19   London   UK lawmakers grill Murdoch, ex-editor
  News Corp. magnate Rupert Murdoch and his son, James, said were not to blame in a burgeoning scandal.    Media tycoon apologises a...
 England  Whistleblower's death 'non-suspicious'  USA  'Hackers' held in US, UK, Netherlands  France  Strauss-Kahn daughter questioned   London Police accused of hacking failures  Helmand  Nato to hand over key Afghan city Jul.20   London     Parliament grills combative Cameron   Prime Minister said that if he had known then what he knows now, he would not have hired former News of the World editor Andy Coulson   Berlin Germany and France in debt deal Jul.21  London  Probe expands beyond Murdoch papers  Bavaria  Hitler's deputy Hess is exhumed   European Union     Eurozone agrees new Greek bailout  Leaders of the Eurozone countries have agreed a new bailout package for Greece worth 109bn euros ($155bn)  London  Painter Lucian Freud dies aged 88  Southern France  Andy Schleck closes in on yellow   London   James Murdoch evidence questioned  Evidence on phone hacking given to MPs by News International chairman has been called into question by two former executives at the firm Jul.22   European Union Markets rise on Greek aid package   London UK PM wants Murdoch answers  Southern France  Schleck grabs lead at Tour de France Jul.23   London   Amy Winehouse found dead Map of North London United Kingdom  The cause of death was as yet unexplained. The troubled singer had a long battle with drink and drugs which overshadowed her career  Southern France  Evans set to make history Jul.24   Paris     Evans Wins Tour de France  Cadel Evans won the Tour de France on Sunday, becoming the first Australian to capture cycling's most prestigious title  West Germany  Hamilton holds off Alonso to win Gr. Prix   Berlin Germany lends Libyan rebels $144 million   New York     Strauss-Kahn accuser speaks out  Nafissatou Diallo, the hotel maid who accuses former IMF chief of attempting to rape her, told Newsweek magazine that she has told the truth Jul.25  London  England crush India by 196 runs   Vatican Vatican recalls envoy to Ireland   Malta Malta passes historic divorce law Jul.26   Libya Lockerbie bomber seen on TV rally   Madrid Indignants march towards Brussels Jul.27   London     UK recognizes Libyan rebels, not Gadhafi  The United Kingdom recognizes Libya's rebel umbrella group, not Moammar Gadhafi's regime, as the legitimate government   Libya Libya condemns UK recognition Jul.29  USA  U.S. soccer selects Klinsmann as coach   Poland Pilot error in crash that killed Polish leader   Paris Aircraft's recorders give insight into crash Jul.30   Scotland     Queen's granddaughter weds in Scotland   Zara Phillips, the granddaughter of Elizabeth, married England rugby player Mike Tindall in a ceremony in the Scottish capital Edinburgh Jul.31  Hungary  Button seals landmark win  Scotland  Yani Tseng wins Women's British Open