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  3 shot in EU summit riots  Police had opened fire on anti-EU protesters battled riot police near the EU summit. 43 were hospitalized EU reassures would-be members  European Union leaders have assured the 13 applicants for membership, best qualified can hope for end of 2002 Ferry on fire  A passenger ferry with 237 people on board is 20 miles south of Sweden in the Baltic sea   Sweden qualifies for World Cup  Sweden, Turkey 2-1. Turkey was ahead by Sukur goal in the 51st minute Hewitt rallies at Davis Cup  Johansson upset Rafter in 5 sets to give Sweden a 1-0 lead Australia leads Davis Cup, 2-1  Woodbridge and Arthurs combined beat Larsson and Bjorkman in 4 sets Australia beats Sweden
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B. 01-09 Coach of champion resigned Lazio, Rome
C. 01-12 Eriksson becomes England coach England
D. 03-10 Maier ties World Cup record Sweden
4. 03-23 EU summit Sweden
5. 03-24 EU summit ends on high Sweden
G. 04-10 EU hope foot-and-mouth contained Sweden
06-14 Bush met European leaders Sweden
8. 06-15 3 shot in EU summit riots Sweden

EU hope foot-and-mouth contained  European Union agriculture ministers meet at the 3-day talk in Sweden EU summit ends on high  To boost competition and lower prices. France resists opening up state monopolies in gas and electricity   Bush met European leaders
Fulke, Stricker in Match Play finals  Fulke's won two-and-one victory over South African Els Coach of champion resigned   Following defeat to Napoli, Eriksson resigned as the coach of Lazio to take over the England team Eriksson becomes England coach  He is aware of what faced him if he didn't reverse England's slide   Maier ties World Cup record  Hermann Maier won men's giant slalom tying I. Stenmark's season record of 13 World Cup wins EU summit  The leaders renew commitment to make Europe the dynamic knowledge-based new economy EU summit ends on high


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  European leaders aim to boost competition and lower consumer prices


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  Thousands of demonstrators hurled bottles in a protest against globalisation
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  Hewitt beat Johansson 7-6 (3), 5-7, 6-2, 6-1 and placed Australia into its 3rd consecutive final


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Nov.20     China expels Falun Gong protesters
  Western followers of the banned spiritual movement have left China. There was 7 Swedish members in a group of 35


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Dec.3   Tart attack was treason
  Court has convicted 4 teenagers, all aged 16 or 17, of high treason for throwing a cream cake at King Carl Gustaf





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EU hope foot-and-mouth contained  European Union agriculture ministers meet at the 3-day talk in Sweden Ferry on fire  A passenger ferry with 237 people on board is 20 miles south of Sweden in the Baltic sea Fulke, Stricker in Match Play finals  Fulke's won two-and-one victory over South African Els Coach of champion resigned   Following defeat to Napoli, Eriksson resigned as the coach of Lazio to take over the England team Eriksson becomes England coach  He is aware of what faced him if he didn't reverse England's slide   Maier ties World Cup record  Hermann Maier won men's giant slalom tying I. Stenmark's season record of 13 World Cup wins   Sweden qualifies for World Cup  Sweden, Turkey 2-1. Turkey was ahead by Sukur goal in the 51st minute Hewitt rallies at Davis Cup  Johansson upset Rafter in 5 sets to give Sweden a 1-0 lead Australia leads Davis Cup, 2-1  Woodbridge and Arthurs combined beat Larsson and Bjorkman in 4 sets Australia beats Sweden




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  Hewitt beat Johansson 7-6 (3), 5-7, 6-2, 6-1 and placed Australia into its 3rd consecutive final




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2001 Jun.15   3 shot in EU summit riots
  Police had opened fire on anti-EU protesters battled riot police near the EU summit. 43 were hospitalized Dec.3 Tart attack was treason
  Court has convicted 4 teenagers, all aged 16 or 17, of high treason for throwing a cream cake at King Carl Gustaf




Sweden, 2001 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2001 Mar.23 EU summit
  The leaders renew commitment to make Europe the dynamic knowledge-based new economy Mar.24 EU summit ends on high
  European leaders aim to boost competition and lower consumer prices
Jun.11 EU summit ends on high  To boost competition and lower prices. France resists opening up state monopolies in gas and electricity Jun.14   Bush met European leaders
  Thousands of demonstrators hurled bottles in a protest against globalisation
Jun.15   3 shot in EU summit riots  Police had opened fire on anti-EU protesters battled riot police near the EU summit. 43 were hospitalized Jun.16 EU reassures would-be members  European Union leaders have assured the 13 applicants for membership, best qualified can hope for end of 2002 Nov.20   China expels Falun Gong protesters
  Western followers of the banned spiritual movement have left China. There was 7 Swedish members in a group of 35