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05-06 Sarkozy concedes to Hollande Paris
C. 05-08 Greek leftist leader lays out radical agenda Greece
D. 05-12 Greece faces final coalition push Greece
4. 05-15 Murdoch editor charged over hacking London
F. 05-15 Greece to hold new elections after stalemate Greece
G. 05-15 Hollande at swearing in: Discourage 'exorbitant' incomes Paris
H. 05-15 Hollande and Merkel hold euro talks Berlin
8. 05-16 Long-awaited Mladic war crimes trial begins Hague
J. 05-17 Moody's downgrades Spanish banks Spain

Summary.     Click for More > Greek leftist leader lays out radical agenda Greece faces final coalition push Murdoch editor charged over hacking   Rebekah Brooks and her husband, Charlie, have been charged with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice over the phone-hacking inquiry Greece to hold new elections after stalemate  Greece will hold new elections in response to a political stalemate that left the debt-racked country unable to form a government Hollande at swearing in: Discourage 'exorbitant' incomes Hollande and Merkel hold euro talks Long-awaited Mladic war crimes trial begins Greek leftist attacks EU 'poker' Mladic trial focus on Srebrenica Moody's downgrades Spanish banks Market jitters amid European woes Chelsea seize Champions League win over Bayern Deadly earthquake hits heritage sites   A 6.0-magnitude earthquake has killed at least six people and caused serious damage to buildings in several towns Strauss-Kahn may face gang rape allegations Europe 'wants Greece in the eurozone' Eurozone downturn 'accelerating' President Hollande in Afghanistan on troop visit Spain's Bankia seeks 19bn euros Lagarde tax jibe angers Greeks Deadly earthquake hits northern Italy Map of Modena Italy  At least 12 people were killed in a 5.8-magnitude earthquake, nine days after a 6.0-magnitude quake in the same region killed seven people Syrian diplomats to be expelled Death toll from Italy earthquake rises
  Sarkozy concedes to Hollande
May.6   Paris
  Francois Hollande defeated President Nicolas Sarkozy in a runoff, signaling a shift to the left as the country and Europe fight to dig out of a weak economy.    Hollande - who polled just under 52% of votes in Sund...
May.8   Greece
May.12   Greece
May.15   London
  Greece
  Paris
  Berlin
May.16   Hague
  Greece
  Netherlands
May.17   Spain
May.18   European Union
May.19   Munich
  Northern Italy
May.21   France
May.23   Belgium
May.24   European Union
  Kabul
May.25   Spain
May.27   Greece
May.29   Northern Italy
  European Union
May.30   Northern Italy



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Europe
Johnson re-elected London mayor
Sarkozy concedes to Hollande
Main parties 'suffer big losses' at polls
France votes in crucial run-off
Greek leftist leader lays out radical agenda
Greek far-left ends coalition bid
Greece faces final coalition push
Spain activists mark protest year
Key talks loom for Greek parties
Election blow for Merkel - polls
Greek far left rejects more talks
Murdoch editor charged over hacking
Greece to hold new elections after stalemate
Hollande and Merkel hold euro talks
Hollande at swearing in: Discourage 'exorbitant' incomes
Greek leftist attacks EU 'poker'
Lagarde tax jibe angers Greeks
Hodgson new England coach
Real clinch La Liga title
Official opening for London 2012 stadium
FA Cup success for Chelsea
Juventus win Italian league
Atletico Madrid win Europa League
Dortmund win German Cup
Man City win Premiership after 44 years
Maldonado takes maiden Grand Prix win
Race crash kills UK speedway rider
Serena blitzes Azarenka 6-1, 6-3 to win Madrid
Chelsea seize Champions League win over Bayern
UK lawmakers: Murdoch not fit to run business
Euro falls after French and Greek votes
Spain set to pay more on bonds
Moody's downgrades Spanish banks
Europe 'wants Greece in the eurozone'
Spain's Bankia seeks 19bn euros
Lagarde tax jibe angers Greeks
French rivals in feisty TV debate
Johnson re-elected London mayor
Greece votes in parliamentary elections
Sarkozy concedes to Hollande
Main parties 'suffer big losses' at polls
France votes in crucial run-off
Election blow for Merkel - polls
Greece to hold new elections after stalemate
Hodgson new England coach
Real clinch La Liga title
FA Cup success for Chelsea
Juventus win Italian league
Atletico Madrid win Europa League
Dortmund win German Cup
Man City win Premiership after 44 years
Chelsea seize Champions League win over Bayern
Greece
Main parties 'suffer big losses' at polls
Greek leftist leader lays out radical agenda
Greek far-left ends coalition bid
Greece faces final coalition push
Key talks loom for Greek parties
Greek far left rejects more talks
Greece to hold new elections after stalemate
Lagarde tax jibe angers Greeks
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Lagarde tax jibe angers Greeks
Greece votes in parliamentary elections
Main parties 'suffer big losses' at polls
Greece to hold new elections after stalemate
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Spain
Spain activists mark protest year
Spain set to pay more on bonds
Real clinch La Liga title
Maldonado takes maiden Grand Prix win
Serena blitzes Azarenka 6-1, 6-3 to win Madrid
Spain set to pay more on bonds
Moody's downgrades Spanish banks
Spain's Bankia seeks 19bn euros
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Real clinch La Liga title
United Kingdom
UK lawmakers: Murdoch not fit to run business
Johnson re-elected London mayor
Murdoch editor charged over hacking
Hodgson new England coach
Official opening for London 2012 stadium
Man City win Premiership after 44 years
UK lawmakers: Murdoch not fit to run business
Johnson re-elected London mayor
Hodgson new England coach
FA Cup success for Chelsea
Man City win Premiership after 44 years
France
Sarkozy concedes to Hollande
France votes in crucial run-off
Hollande at swearing in: Discourage 'exorbitant' incomes
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Euro falls after French and Greek votes
French rivals in feisty TV debate
Sarkozy concedes to Hollande
France votes in crucial run-off
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Juventus win Italian league
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Juventus win Italian league
Germany
Election blow for Merkel - polls
Hollande and Merkel hold euro talks
Dortmund win German Cup
Chelsea seize Champions League win over Bayern
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Election blow for Merkel - polls
Dortmund win German Cup
Chelsea seize Champions League win over Bayern
Madrid Your ad is here
Serena blitzes Azarenka 6-1, 6-3 to win Madrid
Federer wins Madrid Open
Spain's Bankia seeks 19bn euros
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May 2012 ... more > Top ^
May.1  London  UK lawmakers: Murdoch not fit to run business
 London  Hodgson new England coach
 European Union  EU leaders snub Euro 2012
May.2   Spain
 France  French rivals in feisty TV debate
May.4   London
 Argentina  Argentine Olympic ad riles UK
May.5  South Africa  Tourist mauled by 'tame' cheetah
 London  Official opening for London 2012 stadium
 London  FA Cup success for Chelsea
 Greece  Greece votes in parliamentary elections
May.6   France
  Greece
  Paris  
  Francois Hollande defeated President Nicolas Sarkozy in a runoff, signaling a shift to the left as the country and Europe fight to dig out of a weak economy
 Hollande - who polled just under 52% of votes in Sunday's run-off - spoke of his pride at becoming presiden
  Turin Juventus win Italian league
May.7   France Euro falls after French and Greek votes May.8   Greece     Greek leftist leader lays out radical agenda   Alexis Tsipras hopes to pursue if he becomes prime minister, including the cancellation of severe budget-cutting measures May.9   Greece Greek far-left ends coalition bid  Romania  Atletico Madrid win Europa League May.10  Greece  Socialist leader gets chance to form government May.12   Greece     Greece faces final coalition push   President Karolos Papoulias is preparing to hold talks with party leaders in an attempt to create an emergency government   European Union EU bankers ponder Greek euro exit   Spain Spain activists mark protest year  Berlin  Dortmund win German Cup   Greece Key talks loom for Greek parties May.13   Northern England Man City win Premiership after 44 years   Ruhr Election blow for Merkel - polls  Madrid  Serena blitzes Azarenka 6-1, 6-3 to win Madrid  Poland  Race crash kills UK speedway rider  Barcelona  Maldonado takes maiden Grand Prix win  Madrid  Federer wins Madrid Open   Greece Greek far left rejects more talks May.14  Greece  Greek leaders resume crisis talks May.15   London   Murdoch editor charged over hacking
  Rebekah Brooks and her husband, Charlie, have been charged with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice over the phone-hacking inquiry
  Greece     Greece to hold new elections after stalemate
  Greece will hold new elections in response to a political stalemate that left the debt-racked country unable to form a government
  Paris     Hollande at swearing in: Discourage 'exorbitant' incomes  France's freshly inaugurated Socialist president plunged Tuesday into the economic mess that has perplexed policymakers   Berlin     Hollande and Merkel hold euro talks   Newly inaugurated French President Francois Hollande has pledged to work with Germany to resolve the EU's economic crisis  Hague  Mladic to face genocide charges May.16   Hague     Long-awaited Mladic war crimes trial begins   Ratko Mladic, who is accused of orchestrating a campaign of ethnic cleansing during the bloody civil war that ripped apart Yugoslavia, showed no remorse  Greece  Greeks withdraw cash on euro fear   Greece     Greek leftist attacks EU 'poker'  Alexis Tsipras has accused the EU and Chancellor Merkel of 'playing poker with European people's lives' by insisting on austerity measures   Netherlands     Mladic trial focus on Srebrenica   A war crimes trial of former Bosnian Serb army commander Ratko Mladic is to resume, with the prosecution focusing on the Srebrenica massacre...   Spain Spain set to pay more on bonds
May.17   Spain   Moody's downgrades Spanish banks  Ratings agency has cut the credit ratings of 16 banks, a further blow to a country that is struggling to deal with the bad debts of its banking... May.18   European Union   Market jitters amid European woes  European markets suffered a jittery session on Friday as concern continued over Greece and Spain  Italy  Wrecked Costa Concordia to be raised May.19  Southern France  French rally car crash kills two   Munich   Chelsea seize Champions League win over Bayern Map of Munich Germany  Chelsea stunned Bayern Munich in a dramatic penalty shoot-out at the Allianz Arena to win the Champions League for the first time  England  Olympic torch starts 70-day journey round UK   Northern Italy   Deadly earthquake hits heritage sites Map of Bologna Italy
  A 6.0-magnitude earthquake has killed at least six people and caused serious damage to buildings in several towns
May.20  London  Thousands cheer Champions Chelsea   England Bee Gees' singer Robin Gibb dies  Rome  Napoli beat Juve to win Cup  Rome  Sharapova beats Li Na to retain Italian Open title  Southern France  Montpellier wins French title for first time   Northern Italy Italy quake victims given shelter  Finland  Russia defeats Slovakia for world title May.21   France     Strauss-Kahn may face gang rape allegations   French prosecutors have widened an investigation into former International Monetary Fund chief's alleged participation in a prostitution rin...   Northern Italy New quake rattles Italy after earlier tremor kills 7  Rome  Nadal beats Djokovic in Rome May.23   New York World markets tumble on Greece, China anxiety   Belgium   Europe 'wants Greece in the eurozone'   EU leaders want Greece to remain in the eurozone but to 'respect its commitments', European Council President Herman Van Rompuy has said May.24   European Union   Eurozone downturn 'accelerating'  Activity at European businesses hit a near three-year low in May, according to a survey by Markit   Kabul     President Hollande in Afghanistan on troop visit  French President Francois Hollande has arrived in Afghanistan on a previously unannounced visit May.25   Spain   Spain's Bankia seeks 19bn euros   Spain's fourth-largest bank, Bankia, asks for a bailout worth 19bns euros ($24bn), and admits that it made a massive loss last year  Madrid  Barca mark Guardiola's farewell   Finland Finnish police chase killer gunman May.26   Azerbaijan Sweden wins Eurovision contest   Tokyo Americans held in Irish student's death May.27   Greece     Lagarde tax jibe angers Greeks  Political parties in Greece have criticised IMF head Christine Lagarde for suggesting that Greeks were avoiding paying taxes  Indiana  Franchitti Wins Indy 500 May.28   London Ex-UK PM Blair at media ethics probe  Paris  Azarenka survives; Federer ties mark May.29   Northern Italy   Deadly earthquake hits northern Italy Map of Modena Italy
  At least 12 people were killed in a 5.8-magnitude earthquake, nine days after a 6.0-magnitude quake in the same region killed seven people
 Tuesday's quake was followed by dozens of aftershocks
  European Union     Syrian diplomats to be expelled  Major Western powers say they are expelling senior Syrian diplomats following the killing of 108 people in the Houla region of Syria   Northern Italy Searchers sift rubble in Italy   Northern England Parents detained over fire deaths May.30   Northern Italy     Death toll from Italy earthquake rises Map of Medolla Italy  The death toll from a 5.8-magnitude earthquake in northern Italy rose to 17 after the discovery of another body   Hague Taylor gets 50 years for war crimes   Colombia French reporter freed in Colombia May.31   London UK minister defends handling of BSkyB