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1. 11-03 EU reform treaty passes last test Czech Republic
2. 11-09 Berlin celebrates wall's fall aniversary Berlin
D. 11-10 Enke's death apparent suicide Hannover, West Germany
E. 11-13 MoD probes new Iraq abuse claims London
11-19 Belgian PM is first 'president of Europe' Belgium
G. 11-19 French soccer's tainted win enrages Irish Ireland
7. 11-21 Archbishop of Canterbury, Pope agree Vatican
8. 11-26 Irish Church accused of abuse cover-up Dublin, Ireland

Summary.     Click for More > French soccer's tainted win enrages Irish US welcomed Van Rompuy's EU presidency British hostages say pirates will kill them Vicks nasal spray recalled over bacteria Large Hadron Collider restarts Archbishop of Canterbury, Pope agree 60 world leaders to attend climate summit   Irish Church accused of abuse cover-up   A damning report into child abuse in the Dublin archdiocese has criticised the Catholic Church hierarchy for covering up the abuse against 46... Top soldier quits over Afghanistan raid 2nd German official quits over airstrike  Former Defense Minister and current Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned over a fatal Afghan airstrike ordered by German forces
Czech court clears Lisbon Treaty EU reform treaty passes last test  The president of the Czech Republic, Vaclav Klaus, has signed the Lisbon Treaty, the final step in the charter's ratification General Motors cancels Opel sale Key evidence disputed in Knox trial UK honors fallen as Afghan toll rises Berlin celebrates wall's fall aniversary   Thousands of people joined world leaders to remember the night 20 years ago when a euphoric wave of people power swept away the Berlin Wall Berlin Wall dominoes tumble Enke's death apparent suicide British Airways, Iberia close to merger MoD probes new Iraq abuse claims No public probe into Iraq 'abuse' Brown plans Afghan handover talks Belgian PM is first 'president of Europe'
Nov.2   Czech Republic
Nov.3   Czech Republic
  Detroit
Nov.4   Italy
Nov.8   London
Nov.9   Berlin
  Berlin
Nov.10   West Germany
Nov.12   London
Nov.13   London
Nov.14   London
Nov.16   London
Nov.19   Belgium
  European Union leaders named Herman Van Rompuy, edging out former British Prime Minister Tony Blair for a still-vaguely defined job.    The other top job created - foreign affairs supremo - has gone to...
  Ireland
  Washington
Nov.20   Somalia
  London
  Geneva
Nov.21   Vatican
Nov.22   Denmark
Nov.26   Ireland
  Berlin
Nov.27   Berlin



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Europe
Czech court clears Lisbon Treaty
EU reform treaty passes last test
Italy school crucifixes 'barred'
Brown: Britain committed to Afghanistan
UK honors fallen as Afghan toll rises
Berlin celebrates wall's fall aniversary
Berlin Wall dominoes tumble
No public probe into Iraq 'abuse'
Brown plans Afghan handover talks
Belgian PM is first 'president of Europe'
Archbishop of Canterbury, Pope agree
60 world leaders to attend climate summit
Irish Church accused of abuse cover-up
Top soldier quits over Afghanistan raid
2nd German official quits over airstrike
Italy raid nets two mafia bosses
Key evidence disputed in Knox trial
CIA agents guilty of Italy kidnap
Egypt welcomes German life term
Informant testifies on terrorist plot
Prosecutor: Knox taunted, killed victim
Police targeted in bomb attack
Man pleads guilty to US-Iran arms sales
Police hunt for former royal aide
Irish Church accused of abuse cover-up
Milan seal Beckham loan deal
MU, Chelsea advance in Champs League
Haye beats Valuev to win world title
Thousands mourn goalkeeper Enke
Slovenia claims World Cup spot
Portugal duly qualified for finals
France qualified for World Cup
French soccer's tainted win enrages Irish
Replay 'fairest solution' says Henry
Liverpool bounced from Champs League
Fund plan for bailouts hits hurdles in G20
British Airways, Iberia close to merger
Germany leads eurozone out of recession
Vicks nasal spray recalled over bacteria
Brown: Britain committed to Afghanistan
UK honors fallen as Afghan toll rises
MoD probes new Iraq abuse claims
No public probe into Iraq 'abuse'
Brown plans Afghan handover talks
Man pleads guilty to US-Iran arms sales
Top soldier quits over Afghanistan raid
2nd German official quits over airstrike
United Kingdom
Brown: Britain committed to Afghanistan
UK honors fallen as Afghan toll rises
Fund plan for bailouts hits hurdles in G20
No public probe into Iraq 'abuse'
Brown plans Afghan handover talks
Police targeted in bomb attack
Police hunt for former royal aide
MU, Chelsea advance in Champs League
Liverpool bounced from Champs League
Fund plan for bailouts hits hurdles in G20
British Airways, Iberia close to merger
Vicks nasal spray recalled over bacteria
Brown: Britain committed to Afghanistan
UK honors fallen as Afghan toll rises
MoD probes new Iraq abuse claims
No public probe into Iraq 'abuse'
Brown plans Afghan handover talks
England
Brown: Britain committed to Afghanistan
UK honors fallen as Afghan toll rises
No public probe into Iraq 'abuse'
Brown plans Afghan handover talks
Police hunt for former royal aide
MU, Chelsea advance in Champs League
Liverpool bounced from Champs League
British Airways, Iberia close to merger
Vicks nasal spray recalled over bacteria
UK honors fallen as Afghan toll rises
MoD probes new Iraq abuse claims
No public probe into Iraq 'abuse'
Brown plans Afghan handover talks
London
Brown: Britain committed to Afghanistan
UK honors fallen as Afghan toll rises
No public probe into Iraq 'abuse'
Brown plans Afghan handover talks
Police hunt for former royal aide
MU, Chelsea advance in Champs League
British Airways, Iberia close to merger
Vicks nasal spray recalled over bacteria
UK honors fallen as Afghan toll rises
MoD probes new Iraq abuse claims
No public probe into Iraq 'abuse'
Brown plans Afghan handover talks
Germany
Berlin celebrates wall's fall aniversary
Berlin Wall dominoes tumble
2nd German official quits over airstrike
Egypt welcomes German life term
Haye beats Valuev to win world title
Thousands mourn goalkeeper Enke
Germany leads eurozone out of recession
Top soldier quits over Afghanistan raid
2nd German official quits over airstrike
Italy
Italy school crucifixes 'barred'
Berlusconi's wife in 43m euros divorce claim
Italy raid nets two mafia bosses
Key evidence disputed in Knox trial
CIA agents guilty of Italy kidnap
Milan seal Beckham loan deal
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France
Brazil and France in climate deal
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France qualified for World Cup
Replay 'fairest solution' says Henry
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Berlin
Berlin celebrates wall's fall aniversary
Berlin Wall dominoes tumble
2nd German official quits over airstrike
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Top soldier quits over Afghanistan raid
2nd German official quits over airstrike
West Germany Your ad is here Your ad is here
Haye beats Valuev to win world title
Thousands mourn goalkeeper Enke
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Czech court clears Lisbon Treaty  The constitutional court has ruled that the treaty is in line with the constitution, clearing the way for President Vaclav Klaus to sign it Italy school crucifixes 'barred' EU reform treaty passes last test


November 2009 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1  Abu Dhabi  Vettel makes history with win
 Naples  Italy raid nets two mafia bosses
Nov.2  Milan  Milan seal Beckham loan deal
  Czech Republic  
Nov.3   Italy
  Czech Republic  
  The president of the Czech Republic, Vaclav Klaus, has signed the Lisbon Treaty, the final step in the charter's ratification
  Detroit   General Motors cancels Opel sale  GM has cancelled plans to sell a majority stake in its European car business Opel, including its UK brand Vauxhall   France Anthropologist Levi-Strauss dies
 London  MU, Chelsea advance in Champs League Nov.4   Helmand 5 British soldiers shot dead   Italy   Key evidence disputed in Knox trial   Within weeks of British student Meredith Kercher's death in the college town of Perugia, prosecutors and police declared the case closed   Italy CIA agents guilty of Italy kidnap Nov.6   London Brown: Britain committed to Afghanistan Nov.7   Bavaria Haye beats Valuev to win world title Nov.8   London   UK honors fallen as Afghan toll rises  Central London fell silent save for the tolling of Big Ben as the Kingdom honored the dead of wars past and present on Remembrance Sunday   Scotland Fund plan for bailouts hits hurdles in G20 Nov.9   Berlin   Berlin celebrates wall's fall aniversary
  Thousands of people joined world leaders to remember the night 20 years ago when a euphoric wave of people power swept away the Berlin Wall
 German Chancellor Merkel walked across a bridge that was the first crossing opened between East and West on 9 November 1989, joined by ex-Soviet leader Gorbachev and Polish ex-President Walesa. 1,000 giant dominoes was knocked over The wall's fall led to the German reunification and the Cold War's end. East Germany erected the 155-km concrete wall in 1961 to encircle W. Berlin
  Berlin   Berlin Wall dominoes tumble  A line of 1,000 giant dominoes was knocked over along a 2-km strip where the Wall once stood -representing the ending communism across Eastern... Nov.10   West Germany   Enke's death apparent suicide Map of Hannover Germany  The goalkeeper for the German national soccer team Robert Enke, 32, was struck by a train in what police called an apparent suicide   London Pilot charged after UK airport arrest Nov.11   Eastern Germany Egypt welcomes German life term Nov.12   London   British Airways, Iberia close to merger  BA and Iberia announced that they have agreed the basis for a proposed merger between the airlines which is expected to be completed in late... Nov.13   Germany Germany leads eurozone out of recession   London   MoD probes new Iraq abuse claims  The Ministry of Defence has said it is investigating 33 new allegations of abuse by the UK military in Iraq Nov.14   London   No public probe into Iraq 'abuse'   Armed Forces Minister Bill Rammell: Fresh allegations of abuse by the UK military in Iraq do not warrant a new public inquiry   Paris Brazil and France in climate deal Nov.15   West Germany Thousands mourn goalkeeper Enke Nov.16   Spain Informant testifies on terrorist plot   London     Brown plans Afghan handover talks   Gordon Brown plans to host talks in the new year to discuss timing for handing over the campaign to the Afghan government Nov.17   Sweden EU-Russia to reset ties at summit Nov.18  Slovenia  Slovenia claims World Cup spot  Bosnia  Portugal duly qualified for finals  Paris  France qualified for World Cup Nov.19   Belgium   Belgian PM is first 'president of Europe'
  European Union leaders named Herman Van Rompuy, edging out former British Prime Minister Tony Blair for a still-vaguely defined job
 The other top job created - foreign affairs supremo - has gone to the EU Trade Commissioner, Baroness Catherine Ashton from the UK
  Ireland   French soccer's tainted win enrages Irish  The Boys in Green saw their World Cup hopes dashed when Thierry Henry used his hand to control the ball near the goal -- not once but twice   Washington   US welcomed Van Rompuy's EU presidency  The US said the appointments would strengthen the EU and Europe's relationship with Washington Nov.20   Somalia   British hostages say pirates will kill them  A British couple kidnapped from their yacht pleaded for their life in a video broadcast on Britain's Channel 4 Friday   London   Vicks nasal spray recalled over bacteria  Procter & Gamble is recalling Vicks Sinex spray in the United States, Britain and Germany after finding it contained bacteria  France  Replay 'fairest solution' says Henry   Scotland Parts of Scotland, England underwater
  Geneva   Large Hadron Collider restarts  The experiment has been re-started after a hiatus of 14 months. The team might even try to increase the 6bn ($10bn) collider's energy   Italy Prosecutor: Knox taunted, killed victim Nov.21   Vatican     Archbishop of Canterbury, Pope agree  The Archbishop of Canterbury and the Pope agreed to seek closer relations between Anglicans and Catholics at a meeting in Rome   Northern England Praise for policeman killed in UK floods Nov.22   Northern Ireland Police targeted in bomb attack   Denmark   60 world leaders to attend climate summit   Hopes for the Copenhagen summit in December have been boosted after it emerged that more than 60 presidents and prime ministers plan to atte... Nov.23   Belgium Man pleads guilty to US-Iran arms sales Nov.24   London Police hunt for former royal aide  Northern England  Liverpool bounced from Champs League Nov.25   European Union Obama climate summit visit welcomed Nov.26   Ireland     Irish Church accused of abuse cover-up Map of Dublin Ireland
  A damning report into child abuse in the Dublin archdiocese has criticised the Catholic Church hierarchy for covering up the abuse against 46 priests
  Berlin   Top soldier quits over Afghanistan raid  Wolfgang Schneiderhan has resigned over allegations of a cover-up related to a deadly Nato air strike   Italy Berlusconi's wife in 43m euros divorce claim   Spain Abortion bill clears parliamentary hurdle   London Computer hacker 'is facing a US trial' Nov.27   Berlin   2nd German official quits over airstrike
  Former Defense Minister and current Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned over a fatal Afghan airstrike ordered by German forces
  Trinidad & Tobago Climate fund plan to help poor nations
Nov.28  London  Federer falls to Davydenko Nov.29  London  Davydenko wins ATP final   European Union EU pushes for strong yuan Nov.30   Netherlands UN court to hear Kosovo independence