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B. 09-02 Russia praises EU over sanctions Moscow
2. 09-09 Oil falls as Opec ministers meet Austria
D. 09-11 Fire breaks out in channel tunnel France
4. 09-17 Barclays agrees $1.75B Lehman deal United Kingdom
09-23 School gunman kills nine Kauhajoki, Finland
G. 09-30 EU monitors begin Georgia mission Georgia

Oil rises on Opec production curb Economic gloom depresses the euro Fire breaks out in channel tunnel
EU 'to warn Russia over Georgia' Manchester City 'sold' to Abu Dhabi group   Russia praises EU over sanctions  President Medvedev has welcomed as 'realistic' an EU decision not to impose sanctions on his country over its recent invasion of Georgia UK troops in huge turbine mission Tycoon killed family in mansion arson Icy fuel lines blamed for Heathrow crash Cheney accuses Russia of 'brutality' Tutu: Church obsessed with gays At least 14 tourists killed in bus crash   A bus carrying mostly elderly Slovakian tourists crashed on a highway, killing at least 14 people and injuring 30 Massa wins GP as Hamilton demoted Murray stuns No. 1 Nadal   Andy Murray finished a stunning, rain-interrupted 6-2, 7-6 (5), 4-6, 6-4 victory to reach his first Grand Slam final   Saudis: No need to cut OPEC output  Saudi Arabia suggested that a meeting of oil ministers of the OPEC will decide to keep crude production steady, despite concerns over prices   Oil falls as Opec ministers meet


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Sep.1   Belgium
  Northern England
Sep.2   Moscow  
  Southern Afghanistan
  England
Sep.4   London
Sep.6   Italy
  London
Sep.7   Croatia  
  Belgium
  New York  
Sep.9   Austria  
  Austria  
  Brent crude has fallen below $100 for the first time since April, as traders predict Opec will stick to current output levels
  Austria
Sep.11   European Union
  France  
  Thousands of passengers and truckers are stranded in France and England after a fire broke out in the undersea tunnel linking the two countries
Sep.12   Austria Diplomat: Russia stalling over observers Sep.13   Germany Czech sets new javelin record   Northern Italy Vettel makes F1 history with pole   Italy Alitalia 'running out of fuel' Sep.14   Northern Italy   Vettel is youngest Formula One winner   Sebastian Vettel, aged 21 years, became the youngest F1 winner with an impeccable start to finish victory in the Grand Prix at Monza Sep.15   Zimbabwe     US and EU keep Zimbabwe sanctions   The US and the EU say there will be no immediate end to sanctions, despite a historic power-sharing deal signed in Harare Sep.16   New York   World markets continue to slide
  In the first hour of trading on Wall Street, the Dow was down 41.85, or 0.38%, to 10,875.66. It fell as much as 175 in the opening minutes
 UK's FTSE 100 shedding 3.2%. Central banks around the globe have pumped funds into the markets, including $50bn from the US Federal Reserve, 20bn from the Bank of England and 70bn euros from the European Central Bank
  Madrid   Crash probe says wing flaps failed  Investigators probing the plane crash in Madrid that killed 154 people say the wing flaps did not deploy during takeoff   London Chelsea cruise to opening Champions win Sep.17   United Kingdom   Barclays agrees $1.75B Lehman deal  British bank Barclays said it had reached a deal to purchase key units of U.S. investment bank, as global markets continued to worry   London Man U, Arsenal held in Champions League Sep.19   Rome   Alitalia airline cancels flights  Alitalia has cancelled a number of flights from Fiumicino airport, increasing fears that the carrier may soon go into liquidation Sep.20   London   George Michael arrested over drugs  Pop singer has been cautioned by police after being arrested in a public toilet for possessing class A and class C drugs   Kentucky Europe fight back to trim U.S. lead Sep.21   Madrid   Contador win Tour of Spain  Alberto Contador joined cycling greats who have claimed all three major tours, finishing safely in the main bunch on the final stage into Ma...   Spain Nadal sees Spain into Davis Cup final Sep.22   Egypt   Eleven tourists seized  11 European tourists have been kidnapped along with 8 other people while making an off-road tour of southern Egypt Sep.23   Finland   School gunman kills nine Map of Kauhajoki Finland
  Matti Juhani Saari has killed 9 people at a college before shooting himself and later dying in hospital. He posted a video of himself firing a gun
 Police interviewed him earlier but decided they did not have enough evidence to revoke his licence
  Finland   Deaths spark gun law call  Prime minister Vanhanen has called for gun laws to be tightened after a school shooting that left 11 people dead Sep.26   Ruhr   Police seize terror suspects on flight Map of Cologne Germany  Federal police seized 2 suspected terrorists from a Dutch passenger aircraft at airport shortly before it was due to take off for Amsterdam Sep.27   Finland   Memorial for gun victims Map of Kauhajoki Finland  The church service will be attended by President Halonen and students of Kauhajoki Vocational School, where the shootings took place Sep.28   Berlin Gebrselassie breaks own marathon record   Singapore Alonso wins after Massa pit stop drama   Austria   Far-right gains in vote  Social Democrats won the most votes in the early election but far-right parties made significant gains. 2 far-right parties made large gains Sep.30   Southern Italy   Police arrest suspects in Mafia killings   Authorities arrested 2 suspects responsible for the September18 killing of 6 African immigrants in Castelvolturno   London   Ship blaze blamed on vacuum cleaner  An industrial vacuum cleaner left switched on inside the historic Cutty Sark ship was the most likely cause of the fire last year   Georgia   EU monitors begin Georgia mission
  Two hundred observers from the European Union have begun deploying in Georgia to monitor a ceasefire with Russia



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European Union, September 2008, Location by Topic
Location Sports Business Politics Crime & Justice Disasters
Europe
Manchester City 'sold' to Abu Dhabi group
Massa wins GP as Hamilton demoted
Czech sets new javelin record
Vettel makes F1 history with pole
Vettel is youngest Formula One winner
Chelsea cruise to opening Champions win
Man U, Arsenal held in Champions League
Contador win Tour of Spain
Nadal sees Spain into Davis Cup final
Manchester City 'sold' to Abu Dhabi group
Oil falls as Opec ministers meet
Saudis: No need to cut OPEC output
Oil rises on Opec production curb
Alitalia 'running out of fuel'
Barclays agrees $1.75B Lehman deal
Alitalia airline cancels flights
EU 'to warn Russia over Georgia'
Russia praises EU over sanctions
Tutu: Church obsessed with gays
Cheney accuses Russia of 'brutality'
Diplomat: Russia stalling over observers
Deaths spark gun law call
Memorial for gun victims
Far-right gains in vote
Tycoon killed family in mansion arson
George Michael arrested over drugs
School gunman kills nine
Deaths spark gun law call
Police seize terror suspects on flight
Police arrest suspects in Mafia killings
Icy fuel lines blamed for Heathrow crash
At least 14 tourists killed in bus crash
Fire breaks out in channel tunnel
Crash probe says wing flaps failed
Ship blaze blamed on vacuum cleaner
United Kingdom
Manchester City 'sold' to Abu Dhabi group
Chelsea cruise to opening Champions win
Man U, Arsenal held in Champions League
Manchester City 'sold' to Abu Dhabi group
Barclays agrees $1.75B Lehman deal
Tutu: Church obsessed with gays
Tycoon killed family in mansion arson
George Michael arrested over drugs
Icy fuel lines blamed for Heathrow crash
Ship blaze blamed on vacuum cleaner
Italy
Vettel makes F1 history with pole
Vettel is youngest Formula One winner
Alitalia 'running out of fuel'
Alitalia airline cancels flights
Cheney accuses Russia of 'brutality'
Police arrest suspects in Mafia killings
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London
Chelsea cruise to opening Champions win
Man U, Arsenal held in Champions League
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Tutu: Church obsessed with gays
George Michael arrested over drugs
Icy fuel lines blamed for Heathrow crash
Ship blaze blamed on vacuum cleaner
Austria Your ad is here
Oil falls as Opec ministers meet
Saudis: No need to cut OPEC output
Oil rises on Opec production curb
Diplomat: Russia stalling over observers
Far-right gains in vote
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Spain
Contador win Tour of Spain
Nadal sees Spain into Davis Cup final
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Crash probe says wing flaps failed
Finland Your ad is here Your ad is here
Deaths spark gun law call
Memorial for gun victims
School gunman kills nine
Deaths spark gun law call
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USA
Murray stuns No. 1 Nadal
Europe fight back to trim U.S. lead
World markets continue to slide
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Germany
Czech sets new javelin record
Gebrselassie breaks own marathon record
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Police seize terror suspects on flight
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