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B. 10-01 Kidnapped banker's son: Body found Germany
C. 10-01 U.N., Iraq agree on inspections Austria
D. 10-05 Paris mayor stabbed Paris
E. 10-09 EU sets date for historic union European Union
F. 10-11 Bomb caused blast, 7 killed Helsinki, Finland
6. 10-29 Etna burns through forests Sicily
10-31 Children killed in earthquake Southern Italy
8. 10-31 20 trapped in debris of collapsed school Southern Italy

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Kidnapped banker's son: Body found U.N. pressing Iraq on tough issues U.N., Iraq agree on inspections  Iraqis agreed to give U.N. weapons inspectors unrestricted access to most -- but not all -- of their country Paris mayor stabbed  An attacker stabbed Bertrand Delanoe in the abdomen at city hall, where a late-night concert had been organized   French tanker explodes  A blazing tanker is spewing crude oil into the sea after an explosion, blamed by French officials on a terrorist attack Prince Claus dies EU sets date for historic union Bomb caused blast, 7 killed Government collapses 'Yes' voters lead referendum Al Qaeda suspect rejects violence 9/11 accused admits cash switch Magazine runs ' bin Laden's will' Rally against war on Iraq Warship a casualty of gales Deadly storm Etna burns through forests  Boiling lava has swallowed swathes of Sicilian forest, but towns are not at risk of being engulfed Sotheby's fined for fixing fees IRA cuts contact with weapons body New plan to save Amazon forests Children killed in earthquake
Oct.1   Germany
  Austria
  Austria
Oct.5   Paris
Oct.6   Yemen
  Netherlands
Oct.9   European Union
Oct.11   Finland
Oct.16   Netherlands
Oct.19   Ireland
Oct.22   Germany
Oct.23   Germany
Oct.26   England
Oct.27   Germany
  England
Oct.28   Germany
Oct.29   Sicily
Oct.30   England
  Ireland
  London
Oct.31   Southern Italy
  Rescuers have pulled the bodies of at least 4 children from the rubble of a school where the roof collapsed
  Southern Italy
  Italy



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Europe
U.N., Iraq agree on inspections
U.N. pressing Iraq on tough issues
Blair: Resume Mideast talks soon
Friends mourn murdered banker son
Miss Denmark joins sharia boycott
Sinn Fein set to protest raids
Prince Claus dies
Latvians vote for major shake-up
Anti-war marches
Two ministers quit
Blair meets Adams to save peace process
Sinn Fein: Don't suspend Stormont
Trimble slams likely suspension
Government collapses
'Yes' voters lead referendum
Kidnapped banker's son: Body found
Sinn Fein anger over dawn raid
Paris mayor stabbed
Gunman on rampage
IRA urged to disband to save peace
Bomb caused blast, 7 killed
Raid nets 'blasphemous' briefs
Diana butler denies thefts
7 die in gun rampage
4 held in Helsinki blast probe
Judge rules to protect princes
Al Qaeda suspect rejects violence
9/11 accused admits cash switch
Paris mayor recovering from attack
Etna burns through forests
Children killed in earthquake
20 trapped in debris of collapsed school
Contact lost with quake victims
AC Milan wins at Bayern 2-1
Real's Ronaldo scores twice in his debut
England come-from-behind over Slovakia
Welsh stun Italy 2-1
United Kingdom
Blair: Resume Mideast talks soon
Sinn Fein set to protest raids
Two ministers quit
Blair meets Adams to save peace process
Sinn Fein: Don't suspend Stormont
Trimble slams likely suspension
Sinn Fein anger over dawn raid
IRA urged to disband to save peace
Diana butler denies thefts
Judge rules to protect princes
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Welsh stun Italy 2-1
Northern Ireland
Sinn Fein set to protest raids
Two ministers quit
Trimble slams likely suspension
Sinn Fein anger over dawn raid
IRA urged to disband to save peace
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Italy
Anti-war marches
7 die in gun rampage
Etna burns through forests
Children killed in earthquake
20 trapped in debris of collapsed school
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Germany
Friends mourn murdered banker son
Kidnapped banker's son: Body found
Al Qaeda suspect rejects violence
9/11 accused admits cash switch
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AC Milan wins at Bayern 2-1
England
Blair: Resume Mideast talks soon
Blair meets Adams to save peace process
Sinn Fein: Don't suspend Stormont
Diana butler denies thefts
Judge rules to protect princes
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USA
Bush presses Chirac on Iraq resolution
Powell meets British Foreign Secretary
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Family of mad cow case blames U.K.
Radcliffe shatter world marathon record
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Etna burns through forests
Children killed in earthquake
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France Your ad is here
Paris mayor stabbed
Gunman on rampage
Paris mayor recovering from attack
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French tanker explodes
Explosives-laden boat used in attack
French tanker explodes
U.S. says tanker blast came from within
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Netherlands
Prince Claus dies
Government collapses
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Scandinavia
Miss Denmark joins sharia boycott
Bomb caused blast, 7 killed
4 held in Helsinki blast probe
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Kidnapped banker's son: Body found  A corpse was found by a lake after police launched a massive search for Jakob, the son of Friedrich and Silvia von Metzler U.N. pressing Iraq on tough issues  Arms inspectors are pressing Iraqi officials for access to 'sensitive sites' where Saddam may be hiding weapons of mass destruction U.N., Iraq agree on inspections


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Oct.1   Germany  
  Austria  
  Austria  
  Iraqis agreed to give U.N. weapons inspectors unrestricted access to most -- but not all -- of their country
 Munich  AC Milan wins at Bayern 2-1  England  Blair: Resume Mideast talks soon Oct.2  Germany  Friends mourn murdered banker son Oct.3  Ivory Coast  More French troops  Denmark  Miss Denmark joins sharia boycott Oct.4  Northern Ireland  Sinn Fein anger over dawn raid  European Union  EU mulls military weakness Oct.5  Northern Ireland  Sinn Fein set to protest raids  France  Gunman on rampage   Paris   Paris mayor stabbed
  An attacker stabbed Bertrand Delanoe in the abdomen at city hall, where a late-night concert had been organized
Oct.6   Yemen     French tanker explodes
  A blazing tanker is spewing crude oil into the sea after an explosion, blamed by French officials on a terrorist attack
 Italy  Anti-war marches  Latvia  Latvians vote for major shake-up  France  Paris mayor recovering from attack   Netherlands   Prince Claus dies  The 76-year-old husband of Queen Beatrix had suffered from sporadic ill-health over the past decade  Madrid  Real's Ronaldo scores twice in his debut Oct.7  Yemen  U.S. says tanker blast came from within Oct.8   Northern Ireland Two ministers quit  Northern Ireland  IRA urged to disband to save peace Oct.9   European Union     EU sets date for historic union  The European Commission has recommended that 10 ex-communist countries join the European Union in two years' time   England Blair meets Adams to save peace process   Washington Bush presses Chirac on Iraq resolution Oct.10   China Tourist killed near Great Wall   England Sinn Fein: Don't suspend Stormont Oct.11   Finland   Bomb caused blast, 7 killed Map of Helsinki Finland  An explosion that killed 7 people and injured more than 80 at a shopping centre near Helsinki was caused by a bomb Oct.12  Japan  Schumacher claiming 50th pole position   Northern Ireland Trimble slams likely suspension  Slovakia  England come-from-behind over Slovakia Oct.13   Romania Raid nets 'blasphemous' briefs  Chicago  Radcliffe shatter world marathon record Oct.14   Northern Ireland Assembly suspended over spy row   London Diana butler denies thefts Oct.15   Netherlands Dutch pay last respects to prince   Italy 7 die in gun rampage   Washington Powell meets British Foreign Secretary   Finland 4 held in Helsinki blast probe Oct.16   Netherlands     Government collapses  Government has collapsed after less than 100 days in office amid disagreements in the 3-party coalition   Yemen Explosives-laden boat used in attack  Wales  Welsh stun Italy 2-1 Oct.17   England Judge rules to protect princes   Florida Family of mad cow case blames U.K. Oct.18   Beirut Chirac: Iraq force a last resort   Egypt El Alamein 60th anniversary   Germany Teen gunman surrenders to police Oct.19   United Kingdom UK warns of SE Asia terror threat   Ireland IRA continues, Real IRA disarms   Ireland   'Yes' voters lead referendum  Two-thirds endorse the Nice Treaty which paves the way for up to 12 countries to join the EU Oct.21   England Britain pushes India military jet sale   Ivory Coast French troops moved to monitor truce Oct.22   Germany   Al Qaeda suspect rejects violence  Mounir El Motassadeq, 28, is the first person to go on trial accused of being directly involved in September 11 attacks Oct.23   Germany   9/11 accused admits cash switch  Mounir El Motassadeq, 28, has admitted transferring $2,500 from the account of one of the suicide hijackers  Milan  Milan buries Bayern Munich to advance Oct.24   England Top al Qaeda suspect held  Germany  Becker given suspended jail term Oct.25   European Union Farming deal gives EU talks boost   Scotland Home of Diana's mother is raided   England Actor Richard Harris dead at 72 Oct.26   England     Magazine runs ' bin Laden's will'  The editor-in-chief of an Arab news magazine said a purported will shows 'he's dying or he's going to die soon' Oct.27   Germany   Rally against war on Iraq  Tens of thousands of demonstrators have gathered for a show of opposition to Bush's policy toward Baghdad   England   Warship a casualty of gales  Violent gales sweeping the UK have left newest warship seriously damaged after a passenger ferry was blown into it Oct.28   Germany   Deadly storm  Fierce storm pounded Europe with deadly gale-force winds, killing 30 people Oct.29   Sicily   Etna burns through forests
  Boiling lava has swallowed swathes of Sicilian forest, but towns are not at risk of being engulfed
 Turin  Juve tops Feyenoord to clinch  Spain  Bayern bounced by Deportivo Oct.30   England   Sotheby's fined for fixing fees  Auction house has been fined $20 million by the European Commission for fixing fees with Christie's   Ireland   IRA cuts contact with weapons body  The IRA has cut off contact with the international body responsible for overseeing the decommissioning of its weapons  Madrid  Roma upsets Real 1-0   London   New plan to save Amazon forests  A new action plan is being launched at a conference in London Oct.31   Southern Italy   Children killed in earthquake
  Rescuers have pulled the bodies of at least 4 children from the rubble of a school where the roof collapsed
 Ruhr  Borussia back to best with Arsenal win   Southern Italy   20 trapped in debris of collapsed school  A strong earthquake caused a school building to collapse, killing 12 children, ranging in age from 6 to 10 years old  Turkey  Ministers bombarded at stadium   Italy   Contact lost with quake victims  Relief crews have lost contact with those in the rubble of a school building. 6 children and one teacher were still trapped