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Summary.     Click for More > G8 summit clashes G8 summit death  Violent demonstrations left Giuliani, 23, dead from gunfire and 100 wounded. World leaders called for calm Police use tear gas at G8 G8 leaders fail to agree on Kyoto  The leaders' final communique showing the U.S. stood alone on whether to ratify the Kyoto Protocol Etna forces state of emergency Police admit G8 brutality Bomb blast rocks Venice Row over Berlusconi Islam jibe Arabs demand Berlusconi apology Berlusconi regrets Islam jibe 110 die in runway blaze  SAS plane, from Milan to Copenhagen, hit a small plane which had strayed onto the runway in thick fog Broken radar caused crash Tunnel inferno after head-on crash  2 lorries have crashed inside the road tunnel from Switzerland to Italy, starting a blaze which has killed 10 people Nazi's citizenship to be revoked Prodi calls for EU unity on terror Pisa's leaning tower reopens 18 Pensioners die in inferno Strobl leads another Austrian sweep
U.S. Embassy remains shut Optimistic end to G7 session Frail pope holds Easter vigil Center-right has slight lead Berlusconi won election
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  He pledges new era. Centre-right get 177 seats and Rutelli's centre-left have 125 in the 324 member Senate
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Pope has Parkinson's Surgeon denies Pope has Parkinson's U.S. Embassy remains shut  The threat of a suicide bomber attack will keep it closed until Tuesday Mad-cow scare hits McD's Moses to get public makeover Optimistic end to G7 session  Finance leaders are optimistic for continued global growth despite troubles in the US and Japan Bin Laden link to European arrests Bomb explodes Vatican Radio given ultimatum   Frail pope holds Easter vigil  Tired John Paul II has marked the Easter with a candlelit vigil in St. Peter's Basilica Violence as extremists clash Radicals raise clone debate Center-right has slight lead  Early results of showed Berlusconi leading former Rome Mayor Rutell by a small margin   Berlusconi won election


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Jan.9  Coach of champion resigned
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Feb.21  Real advances to quarterfinals


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Mar.13  Champions League without Italy


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  He pledges new era. Centre-right get 177 seats and Rutelli's centre-left have 125 in the 324 member Senate
May.17 Mafia boss arrested May.28 19 treated after tunnel fire

June 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jun.13  Fiorentina won Italian Cup Jun.17  AS Roma takes Italian crown

July 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jul.2 'Blond Angel' surrenders to police
Jul.17 Bomb attack before G8 summit Jul.20   G8 summit clashes  Police used tear gas and water cannon to try to stop anti-globalisation and debt relief protesters   G8 summit death
  Violent demonstrations left Giuliani, 23, dead from gunfire and 100 wounded. World leaders called for calm
Jul.21   Police use tear gas at G8
  2,000 protesters is trying to breach a safety perimeter. G8 leaders condemn violence Lava crawls towards Etna village Jul.22   G8 leaders fail to agree on Kyoto
  The leaders' final communique showing the U.S. stood alone on whether to ratify the Kyoto Protocol
Jul.24 Thousands rally for G8 protester Jul.25   Etna forces state of emergency Map of Catania Italy  Mount continues to spew molten lava thousands of feet into the air. In Catania international airport has been closed Jul.26 Army battles Mt. Etna lava Jul.27 New Etna cracks offer hope Jul.28 Volcanic ash closes Sicily's airport Jul.31 G8 protests inquiry

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Aug.2 G8 police chiefs lose jobs
Aug.3 Etna ash closes airport Aug.6 Etna eruption visible from space Aug.8   Police admit G8 brutality  Police chief Gianni De Gennaro has admitted that his officers used excessive force against protesters Aug.9   Bomb blast rocks Venice  No one was seriously injured in the blast in the boiler room of the courthouse

September 2001 ... more > Top ^
Sep.10  Liverpool, Roma in Champions League Sep.18  Juventus beats Celtic 3-2 Sep.20  Lazio replaces Zoff with Zaccheroni  Ronaldo is back Sep.26     Row over Berlusconi Islam jibe
  Prime Minister said West guaranteed respect for human rights and religion and Islamic world is not Sep.27     Arabs demand Berlusconi apology  Arab League leader Moussa said Italian PM should either deny or apologise to Muslims Parma, Inter reach UEFA 2nd round
Sep.28     Berlusconi regrets Islam jibe  Prime Ministersays says remarks were quoted out of context and poorly translated

October 2001 ... more > Top ^
Oct.8   110 die in runway blaze
  SAS plane, from Milan to Copenhagen, hit a small plane which had strayed onto the runway in thick fog
  Broken radar caused crash  Human error and a broken ground radar system were the likely causes of the crash at Italy's Milan Linate airport Oct.24   Tunnel inferno after head-on crash
  2 lorries have crashed inside the road tunnel from Switzerland to Italy, starting a blaze which has killed 10 people


November 2001 ... more > Top ^
Nov.15     Nazi's citizenship to be revoked  Michael Seifert, 77, was convicted in Italy of being a guard who killed prisoners during WWII     Prodi calls for EU unity on terror  Measures taken in the war against terror have shown EU had been able to act collectively Nov.22 Ipswich shocks Inter 1-0 Nov.29 Juventus beat Bayer Leverkusen 4-0

December 2001 ... more > Top ^
Dec.9 Ronaldo scores first goal in 2 years
Dec.14   Pisa's leaning tower reopens  The 56-metre-high Leaning Tower reopens to the public after being closed for 11 years Dec.15   18 Pensioners die in inferno  Fire has ripped through a pensioners' home killing 18 people, many in their sleep Dec.28 Greber gets first World Cup victory Dec.29   Strobl leads another Austrian sweep  Fritz Strobl leading 3 teammates in a 1-2-3-4 finish in downhill


  Nazi's citizenship to be revoked  Michael Seifert, 77, was convicted in Italy of being a guard who killed prisoners during WWII Mad-cow scare hits McD's 19 treated after tunnel fire Lava crawls towards Etna village Etna forces state of emergency Map of Catania Italy  Mount continues to spew molten lava thousands of feet into the air. In Catania international airport has been closed Army battles Mt. Etna lava New Etna cracks offer hope Volcanic ash closes Sicily's airport Etna ash closes airport Etna eruption visible from space 110 die in runway blaze




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  SAS plane, from Milan to Copenhagen, hit a small plane which had strayed onto the runway in thick fog
Oct.8 Broken radar caused crash  Human error and a broken ground radar system were the likely causes of the crash at Italy's Milan Linate airport Oct.24 Tunnel inferno after head-on crash
  2 lorries have crashed inside the road tunnel from Switzerland to Italy, starting a blaze which has killed 10 people
Dec.15 18 Pensioners die in inferno
  Fire has ripped through a pensioners' home killing 18 people, many in their sleep



Italy, 2001 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.16 Mad-cow scare hits McD's
Feb.17 Optimistic end to G7 session  Finance leaders are optimistic for continued global growth despite troubles in the US and Japan Apr.11 Vatican Radio given ultimatum Dec.14 Pisa's leaning tower reopens  The 56-metre-high Leaning Tower reopens to the public after being closed for 11 years



Italy, 2001 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.9  Coach of champion resigned Feb.21  Real advances to quarterfinals Mar.13  Champions League without Italy Jun.13  Fiorentina won Italian Cup Jun.17  AS Roma takes Italian crown Sep.10  Liverpool, Roma in Champions League Sep.18  Juventus beats Celtic 3-2 Sep.20  Lazio replaces Zoff with Zaccheroni Sep.20  Ronaldo is back Sep.27 Parma, Inter reach UEFA 2nd round
Nov.22 Ipswich shocks Inter 1-0 Nov.29 Juventus beat Bayer Leverkusen 4-0 Dec.9 Ronaldo scores first goal in 2 years Dec.28 Greber gets first World Cup victory Dec.29 Strobl leads another Austrian sweep  Fritz Strobl leading 3 teammates in a 1-2-3-4 finish in downhill



Italy, 2001 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2001 Apr.5 Bin Laden link to European arrests
Apr.9 Bomb explodes Apr.25 Violence as extremists clash May.17 Mafia boss arrested Jul.2 'Blond Angel' surrenders to police Jul.17 Bomb attack before G8 summit Jul.31 G8 protests inquiry Aug.9 Bomb blast rocks Venice
  No one was seriously injured in the blast in the boiler room of the courthouse Nov.15   Nazi's citizenship to be revoked  Michael Seifert, 77, was convicted in Italy of being a guard who killed prisoners during WWII Nov.15   Prodi calls for EU unity on terror  Measures taken in the war against terror have shown EU had been able to act collectively



Italy, 2001 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.3 Pope has Parkinson's
Jan.4 Surgeon denies Pope has Parkinson's Jan.7 U.S. Embassy remains shut  The threat of a suicide bomber attack will keep it closed until Tuesday Feb.9 Moses to get public makeover Feb.17 Optimistic end to G7 session  Finance leaders are optimistic for continued global growth despite troubles in the US and Japan Apr.11 Vatican Radio given ultimatum Apr.14   Frail pope holds Easter vigil  Tired John Paul II has marked the Easter with a candlelit vigil in St. Peter's Basilica May.8 Radicals raise clone debate May.13 Center-right has slight lead  Early results of showed Berlusconi leading former Rome Mayor Rutell by a small margin May.14   Berlusconi won election
  He pledges new era. Centre-right get 177 seats and Rutelli's centre-left have 125 in the 324 member Senate
Jul.20 G8 summit clashes  Police used tear gas and water cannon to try to stop anti-globalisation and debt relief protesters Jul.20 G8 summit death
  Violent demonstrations left Giuliani, 23, dead from gunfire and 100 wounded. World leaders called for calm
Jul.21 Police use tear gas at G8  2,000 protesters is trying to breach a safety perimeter. G8 leaders condemn violence Jul.22 G8 leaders fail to agree on Kyoto
  The leaders' final communique showing the U.S. stood alone on whether to ratify the Kyoto Protocol
Jul.24 Thousands rally for G8 protester Aug.2 G8 police chiefs lose jobs Aug.8 Police admit G8 brutality  Police chief Gianni De Gennaro has admitted that his officers used excessive force against protesters Sep.26   Row over Berlusconi Islam jibe  Prime Minister said West guaranteed respect for human rights and religion and Islamic world is not Sep.27   Arabs demand Berlusconi apology  Arab League leader Moussa said Italian PM should either deny or apologise to Muslims Sep.28   Berlusconi regrets Islam jibe  Prime Ministersays says remarks were quoted out of context and poorly translated Nov.15   Prodi calls for EU unity on terror  Measures taken in the war against terror have shown EU had been able to act collectively