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B. 09-03 Strauss-Kahn arrives in France Charles de Gaulle, Paris
C. 09-12 Explosion reported at French nuclear site Marcoule, Southern France
3. 09-14 Eurozone leaders reassure Greece France
09-15 Sarkozy, Cameron pledge aid to Libya Libya
F. 09-15 Denmark centre-left wins election Denmark
6. 09-19 Italy has debt rating cut by S&P Italy
H. 09-27 UN Syria sanctions call dropped European Union
I. 09-29 Parliament approves EU bailout fund Berlin

Summary.     Click for More > Denmark centre-left wins election Second trapped UK miner dead Strauss-Kahn: I felt 'trapped, humiliated' Italy has debt rating cut by S&P Shares fall back as fear returns   Eurozone rescue plan 'emerging'  The outline of a large and ambitious eurozone rescue plan is taking shape, reports from IMF in Washington suggest Bank shares rally on rescue hopes Knox no femme fatale, lawyer says Greece calls for German debt help UN Syria sanctions call dropped  European countries proposing a new resolution have dropped demands for immediate sanctions against al-Assad's government Merkel faces test in bailout vote Parliament approves EU bailout fund  A large majority in the German parliament has approved expanded powers for the EU's main bailout fund Final arguments in Knox appeal Greek PM holds new bailout talks Markets see big quarterly falls  European stocks were down again on Friday, contributing towards one of the worst quarterly falls for the markets in the last decade
Strauss-Kahn arrives in France UK PM wants Libya rendition inquiry British army abuse of Iraqi 'appalling' British citizen killed in beach attack Explosion reported at French nuclear site Moody's downgrades French banks Eurozone leaders reassure Greece   Sarkozy, Cameron pledge aid to Libya
Sep.3   Paris
Sep.5   London
Sep.8   London
Sep.11   Kenya
Sep.12   Southern France
Sep.13   France
Sep.14   France
Sep.15   Libya
  The leaders of France and Britain pledged support for Libya's revolution that included offering help to capture Moammar Gadhafi
  Denmark
Sep.16   Wales
Sep.18   Paris
Sep.19   Italy
Sep.23   European Union
Sep.25   Washington
Sep.26   European Union
Sep.27   Italy
  Greece
  European Union
Sep.28   Berlin
Sep.29   Berlin
  Italy
  Athens
Sep.30   European Union



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Europe
Strauss-Kahn arrives in France
Vatican rejects cover-up claims
UK PM wants Libya rendition inquiry
British army abuse of Iraqi 'appalling'
Eurozone leaders reassure Greece
Denmark centre-left wins election
Strauss-Kahn: I felt 'trapped, humiliated'
Italy has debt rating cut by S&P
Greece calls for German debt help
Merkel faces test in bailout vote
Parliament approves EU bailout fund
Greek PM holds new bailout talks
Moody's downgrades French banks
Eurozone leaders reassure Greece
UBS trader charged with fraud
Italy has debt rating cut by S&P
Germany qualify for Euro 2012
V. Klitschko defeats Adamek to retain title
Vettel closer to F1 title
Last-gasp Milan hold Barca
Nadal, Spain romp to Davis Cup lead
Vatican rejects cover-up claims
Vandals attack Rome's monuments
Chirac trial due to open
Noriega attorney seeks conditional release
UBS trader charged with fraud
Knox no femme fatale, lawyer says
Final arguments in Knox appeal
Moody's downgrades French banks
Eurozone leaders reassure Greece
UBS trader charged with fraud
Italy has debt rating cut by S&P
Greece calls for German debt help
USA
Strauss-Kahn heads back to France
Eurozone rescue plan 'emerging'
US and Europe shares fall further
Banks lead global share declines
Global markets fall on debt fears
Eurozone rescue plan 'emerging'
Pennetta stuns Sharapova at Open
Federer, Wozniacki roll to 4th round
Nadal wins as U.S. Open resumes
Nadal takes out Murray in semifinal
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Banks lead global share declines
Banks act amid new crisis warning
Eurozone rescue plan 'emerging'
New York
Strauss-Kahn heads back to France
US and Europe shares fall further
Banks lead global share declines
Global markets fall on debt fears
Pennetta stuns Sharapova at Open
Federer, Wozniacki roll to 4th round
Nadal wins as U.S. Open resumes
Nadal takes out Murray in semifinal
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Banks lead global share declines
Italy
Italy has debt rating cut by S&P
Italy has debt rating cut by S&P
Vettel closer to F1 title
Last-gasp Milan hold Barca
Vandals attack Rome's monuments
Knox no femme fatale, lawyer says
Final arguments in Knox appeal
Italy has debt rating cut by S&P
France
Strauss-Kahn arrives in France
Chirac trial due to open
Eurozone leaders reassure Greece
Strauss-Kahn: I felt 'trapped, humiliated'
Moody's downgrades French banks
Eurozone leaders reassure Greece
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Chirac trial due to open
Noriega attorney seeks conditional release
Moody's downgrades French banks
Eurozone leaders reassure Greece
United Kingdom
UK PM wants Libya rendition inquiry
British army abuse of Iraqi 'appalling'
UBS trader charged with fraud
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UBS trader charged with fraud
UBS trader charged with fraud
Germany
Merkel faces test in bailout vote
Parliament approves EU bailout fund
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Germany qualify for Euro 2012
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Greece
Greece calls for German debt help
Greek PM holds new bailout talks
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Greece calls for German debt help
Paris
Strauss-Kahn arrives in France
Strauss-Kahn: I felt 'trapped, humiliated'
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Chirac trial due to open
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Northern Italy Your ad is here Your ad is here
Vettel closer to F1 title
Last-gasp Milan hold Barca
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  Strauss-Kahn arrives in France Map of Charles de Gaulle France  Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn and his wife Anne Sinclair landed at Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport from the US   UK PM wants Libya rendition inquiry   Allegations that MI6 was involved in the rendition of Libyan terror suspects should be examined by an independent inquiry, Cameron has said Europe demands truth on CIA 'black sites' US and Europe shares fall further Alain Juppe: Syria committing grave crimes Noriega attorney seeks conditional release British army abuse of Iraqi 'appalling'  An Iraqi man died after suffering an 'appalling episode of serious gratuitous violence' in a 'very serious breach of discipline' by UK soldi... Banks lead global share declines Nadal takes out Murray in semifinal Faust wins top Venice film award Warships free hostage taken from yacht British citizen killed in beach attack   One British citizen was killed and another one was kidnapped overnight at a resort near Kenya's border with Somalia Explosion reported at French nuclear site Map of Marcoule France  An oven exploded Monday at a nuclear site in France, killing 1 person and injuring 4. There was no radioactive leak or waste released Global markets fall on debt fears Pop art pioneer Hamilton dies at 89 Moody's downgrades French banks  Rating agency has downgraded Credit Agricole and Societe Generale whose shares have dived on fears of their exposure to the eurozone crisis   Eurozone leaders reassure Greece  The leaders of Greece, France and Germany have said that Greece is an 'integral' part of the eurozone   Sarkozy, Cameron pledge aid to Libya


September 2011 ... more > Top ^
Sep.2  European Union  EU agrees Syrian oil import ban
 Ruhr  Germany qualify for Euro 2012
 New York  Pennetta stuns Sharapova at Open
Sep.3  Vatican  Vatican rejects cover-up claims
 New York  Federer, Wozniacki roll to 4th round
 New York  Strauss-Kahn heads back to France
  Paris  
Sep.4  Eastern Germany  Merkel 'faces loss' in state poll
 Rome  Vandals attack Rome's monuments
 Paris  Chirac trial due to open
Sep.5   London  
  European Union
 European Union  Markets slide further on euro woe
 Sicily  'Pavarotti's heir' Licitra dies after crash
Sep.6   New York
Sep.7   France
  France
Sep.8   London  
 New York  Nadal wins as U.S. Open resumes
Sep.9  New York  Nadal rolls by Roddick into semifinals
  New York
Sep.10  Poland  V. Klitschko defeats Adamek to retain title
  New York
  Northern Italy
  Yemen
Sep.11   Kenya  
 Northern Italy  Vettel closer to F1 title
Sep.12   Southern France  
  New York
Sep.13   London
 Milan  Last-gasp Milan hold Barca
  France  
Sep.14   France  
Sep.15   Libya  
  The leaders of France and Britain pledged support for Libya's revolution that included offering help to capture Moammar Gadhafi
  Washington Banks act amid new crisis warning   Denmark   Denmark centre-left wins election  The bloc led by Social Democrat leader Helle Thorning-Schmidt had won a narrow majority in parliament Sep.16   Wales   Second trapped UK miner dead   A third miner has been confirmed as dead as the search continues for one more man still trapped in a Swansea Valley colliery   London UBS trader charged with fraud  Spain  Nadal, Spain romp to Davis Cup lead Sep.17  New Zealand  Rugby: Ireland shock the Wallabies   Greece PM George Papandreou cancels US visit   Latvia Pro-Russia party wins most votes Sep.18  Belgrade  Serbia out by Spain as Djokovic retires   Paris     Strauss-Kahn: I felt 'trapped, humiliated'   The former head of the IMF, arrested on sexual assault charges and then released, acknowledged 'moral weakness' in an interview Sep.19   England 7 held in counter-terror raids in England   Italy   Italy has debt rating cut by S&P   Italy has had its sovereign debt rating cut by Standard & Poor's, the latest move in a deepening European debt crisis   Italy L'Aquila quake scientists in dock Sep.20   European Union Greece bailout talks 'progress' Sep.21  Milan  Inter Milan coach Gasperini sacked   Netherlands Blast damages Amsterdam court building   Wikileaks Assange angry over memoir release Sep.22  Milan  Inter Milan turn to 'Tinkerman'  London  Claims of 2012 boxing medal fix Sep.23   European Union     Shares fall back as fear returns  Shares have continued to fall after Thursday's slump as investors worry about the global economic outlook Sep.24   Greece Moody's downgrades Greek banks   Eastern Germany Guards fired at outside Pope's Mass Sep.25  Singapore  Vettel wins but must wait to clinch F1 title  Berlin  Makau sets marathon world record  Ireland  Europe regain Solheim Cup in thriller   Washington     Eurozone rescue plan 'emerging'
  The outline of a large and ambitious eurozone rescue plan is taking shape, reports from IMF in Washington suggest
Sep.26   European Union   Bank shares rally on rescue hopes  European bank shares have risen as investors react to the latest attempts to stabilise the eurozone debt crisis   Italy Knox is diabolical, lawyer says
  Washington Greek minister: 'Whatever it takes' Sep.27   Italy   Knox no femme fatale, lawyer says  Amanda Knox, the student convicted of killing her British roommate, may have 'femme fatale' looks but was not a killer, a defence lawyer say...   Greece     Greece calls for German debt help   Prime Minister Papandreou has delivered an impassioned plea to German business leaders to help his country out of its current debt crisis   European Union   UN Syria sanctions call dropped
  European countries proposing a new resolution have dropped demands for immediate sanctions against al-Assad's government
Sep.28   Italy Knox cautious about verdict, says sister   France France rejects Rwanda's extradition   Berlin     Merkel faces test in bailout vote  German Chancellor faces a major test of her authority, as MPs vote on whether to approve new powers for the EU's main bailout fund Sep.29   Berlin   Parliament approves EU bailout fund
  A large majority in the German parliament has approved expanded powers for the EU's main bailout fund
  Italy   Final arguments in Knox appeal Map of Perugia Italy  A lawyer for Amanda Knox said the only option for the jury considering her murder appeal in Italy is to clear her of guilt   Athens   Greek PM holds new bailout talks  George Papandreou is to hold further talks with European leaders as negotiations continue in Athens on a new instalment of bailout loans   London UK Navy making first 1,000 job cuts Sep.30   European Union   Markets see big quarterly falls
  European stocks were down again on Friday, contributing towards one of the worst quarterly falls for the markets in the last decade
  Netherlands Dutch city bans 'drug tourists'