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1. 08-01 Iraq offers arms inspections talks Baghdad
C. 08-03 9 killed in bus blast Israel
08-13 Prague floods surge to new peaks Czech Republic
4. 08-19 Crash: 115 servicemen dead Chechnya
F. 08-22 Million people battling lake Lake Dongting, Hunan, Southern China

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Iraq offers arms inspections talks 9 killed in bus blast Blasts kill 17 as Uribe takes office Prague floods surge to new peaks  There are fears that river defences will be overwhelmed and the old city completely inundated   Crash: 115 servicemen dead  Soldiers and crew are feared dead after a military helicopter crash-landed. Indications that a fire had broken out Million people battling lake   Families living nearby China's second largest freshwater lake have begun to flee their homes.
Aug.1   Baghdad
Aug.2  Washington  White House skeptical of Iraqi offer
 Taiwan  Leader calls for independence vote
 Turkey  Key reform package passed
Aug.3   Israel
Aug.4  Spain  2 killed in resort explosion
 Bolivia  Congress elects Lozada president
Aug.5  Kashmir  9 dead in attack
Aug.6  Mexico  Bus crash kills 35 pilgrims
Aug.7   Colombia
 Brazil  IMF throws extra $30bn to Brazil
Aug.8  Baghdad  Saddam: U.S. attack 'doomed'
Aug.9  Afghanistan  26 killed in explosion in Jalalabad
 USA  Web child porn ring broken
Aug.11  South Korea  Koreas resume peace talks
 Colombia  State of emergency declared
Aug.12  Zimbabwe  Mugabe tells white farmers to go
Aug.13   Czech Republic
Aug.14  West Bank  Senior Hamas leader killed
Aug.15  Eastern Germany  Dresden evacuated as waters rise
Aug.16  Eastern Germany  Dresden swamped in record floods
Aug.17  Moscow  Russia, Iraq close to $40b deal
Aug.18  Poland  Millions cheer pope in Krakow
 Jerusalem  Israel offers pullout deal to Palestinians
Aug.19   Chechnya
 Iraq  Abu Nidal dead
Aug.20  Berlin  Hostages at Iraqi embassy
Aug.21  Southern Philippines  Two hostages beheaded
Aug.22   Southern China
Aug.23  Zimbabwe  Mugabe dissolves cabinet
Aug.24  China  Flooded lake reaches crest
Aug.25  Germany  Schroeder, Stoiber go head to head
Aug.26  Basque  Party banned over ETA link
Aug.27  Texas  Bush tells Saudi no decision on Iraq
Aug.28  South Africa  Summit confronts water crisis
 European Union  EU alarm at U.S. posture on Iraq
Aug.29  Hamburg  Plot behind 9/11 revealed
 Sweden  'Hijacker' foiled
Aug.30  New York  Baseball strike averted
 South Korea  Breakthrough on Korean border links
Aug.31  West Bank  Israeli helicopter strike kills 5


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European Union
Basque party to be outlawed
Millions cheer pope in Krakow
Schroeder, Stoiber go head to head
Party banned over ETA link
2 killed in resort explosion
Hostages at Iraqi embassy
Plot behind 9/11 revealed
'Hijacker' foiled
EU alarm at U.S. posture on Iraq
35,000 ordered to evacuate from flood
Prague floods surge to new peaks
Prague fears second flood surge
Floods surge through Germany
Dresden evacuated as waters rise
Flood damage releases poison gas
Dresden swamped in record floods
2 killed in resort explosion
Plot behind 9/11 revealed
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Police: Cell phone triggered bomb
9 killed in bus blast
3 dead after shootout with police
Settlers killed in ambush
Senior Hamas leader killed
Israeli tanks enter Nablus
Israel launches helicopters strike
Tanks moved into Beit Lahia
Israel offers pullout deal to Palestinians
Israeli helicopter strike kills 5
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Police: Cell phone triggered bomb
9 killed in bus blast
3 dead after shootout with police
Senior Hamas leader killed
Arab Countries
Arafat ex-adviser launches political party
Settlers killed in ambush
Feud ends in carnage. 22 killed
Senior Hamas leader killed
Abu Nidal dead
Iraq offers arms inspections talks
Israeli tanks enter Nablus
Israel launches helicopters strike
Saddam: U.S. attack 'doomed'
Israeli helicopter strike kills 5
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Settlers killed in ambush
Senior Hamas leader killed
Abu Nidal dead
USA
White House skeptical of Iraqi offer
U.S. distances itself from Chen remarks
U.S., Palestinian leaders call talks 'good'
US derides Saddam's 'bluster'
Bush tells Saudi no decision on Iraq
Judge: terror suspects 'must be named'
Web child porn ring broken
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Judge: terror suspects 'must be named'
Palestine Your ad is here
Settlers killed in ambush
Senior Hamas leader killed
Israeli tanks enter Nablus
Israel launches helicopters strike
Tanks moved into Beit Lahia
Israeli helicopter strike kills 5
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Settlers killed in ambush
Senior Hamas leader killed
Germany
Schroeder, Stoiber go head to head
Hostages at Iraqi embassy
Plot behind 9/11 revealed
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Floods surge through Germany
Dresden evacuated as waters rise
Dresden swamped in record floods
Plot behind 9/11 revealed
Washington
White House skeptical of Iraqi offer
U.S. distances itself from Chen remarks
U.S., Palestinian leaders call talks 'good'
US derides Saddam's 'bluster'
Judge: terror suspects 'must be named'
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Judge: terror suspects 'must be named'
West Bank Your ad is here
Settlers killed in ambush
Senior Hamas leader killed
Israeli tanks enter Nablus
Palestinians warm to Israeli truce plan
Israeli helicopter strike kills 5
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Settlers killed in ambush
Senior Hamas leader killed
Central Europe
Millions cheer pope in Krakow
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35,000 ordered to evacuate from flood
Prague floods surge to new peaks
Prague fears second flood surge
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Korea
Rival Koreas agree to new talks
Koreas resume peace talks
Breakthrough on Korean border links
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N. Korea threatens to ditch nuclear deal
Breakthrough on Korean border links
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South America
Congress elects Lozada president
Blasts kill 17 as Uribe takes office
IMF throws extra $30bn to Brazil
Blasts kill 17 as Uribe takes office
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Blasts kill 17 as Uribe takes office

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Iraq offers arms inspections talks


August 2002 ... more > Top ^


August 1 ... more > Top ^

Aug.1  Sao Paulo  Olimpia win Libertadores over Caetano
 Jerusalem  Police: Cell phone triggered bomb
  Baghdad  
  Iraq has invited the UN chief weapons inspector to visit Baghdad for talks about the resumption of arms inspections
 West Bank  Israeli tanks enter Nablus

August 2 ... more > Top ^

Aug.2   Washington White House skeptical of Iraqi offer  UN  UN says Iraq arms offer 'positive'  Washington  Judge: terror suspects 'must be named'   Taiwan   Leader calls for independence vote  Chen is backing legislation for an independence referendum and referring to China and Taiwan as two countries   Turkey Key reform package passed

August 3 ... more > Top ^

Aug.3   Israel   9 killed in bus blast
  The blast, which ripped off the roof and sides of the bus, happened during rush hour at the Meron Junction
 South Korea  Rival Koreas agree to new talks  Jordan  Arafat ex-adviser launches political party

August 4 ... more > Top ^

Aug.4  Jerusalem  3 dead after shootout with police   Spain 2 killed in resort explosion   Bolivia Congress elects Lozada president  Northern England  Manchester Games closed  England  Thorpe bagged his 6th gold medal

August 5 ... more > Top ^

Aug.5  Pakistan  6 killed in attack on school  West Bank  Settlers killed in ambush  Gaza  Israel launches helicopters strike   Kashmir 9 dead in attack


August 6 ... more > Top ^

Aug.6   Mexico Bus crash kills 35 pilgrims
 Spain  Basque party to be outlawed  Gaza  Tanks moved into Beit Lahia  Taiwan  Naval exercises canceled

August 7 ... more > Top ^

Aug.7  West Bank  Palestinians warm to Israeli truce plan   Colombia     Blasts kill 17 as Uribe takes office
Map of Bogota Colombia
  Several explosions rocked downtown Bogota just before Uribe was walking up the Congress building's steps for inauguration
  Brazil IMF throws extra $30bn to Brazil  Washington  U.S. distances itself from Chen remarks

August 8 ... more > Top ^

Aug.8   Baghdad     Saddam: U.S. attack 'doomed'  Iraqi President defiant speech to his nation didn't appear to faze the Bush administration  Washington  U.S., Palestinian leaders call talks 'good'  Washington  US derides Saddam's 'bluster'  Pakistan  Grenade attack at hospital  Zimbabwe  Farmers defy deadline

August 9 ... more > Top ^

Aug.9   Afghanistan 26 killed in explosion in Jalalabad
  USA   Web child porn ring broken  A joint European-U.S. investigation has broken an ring that included parents who sexually abused their own children  Washington  US consults exiles on ousting Saddam

August 10 ... more > Top ^

Aug.10  Egypt  Feud ends in carnage. 22 killed  Congo  Second mass grave found

August 11 ... more > Top ^

Aug.11  Taiwan  Taiwan demands equal sovereignty at UN  Vatican  Pope backs Mid-East peace force   South Korea Koreas resume peace talks
  Colombia State of emergency declared

August 12 ... more > Top ^

Aug.12   Zimbabwe     Mugabe tells white farmers to go  President has told white farmers defying an eviction order to quit the country  Rome  Rome restricts La Dolce Vita  South Korea  Koreas report progress in talks  Czech Republic  35,000 ordered to evacuate from flood

August 13 ... more > Top ^

Aug.13   Czech Republic   Prague floods surge to new peaks
  There are fears that river defences will be overwhelmed and the old city completely inundated
 Texas  Bush hosting economic forum  Tel Aviv  Palestinian leader defiant against charges  Pakistan  Musharraf vows to crush militancy  North Korea  N. Korea threatens to ditch nuclear deal

August 14 ... more > Top ^

Aug.14  Tel Aviv  Barghouti charged in Israeli attacks   West Bank Senior Hamas leader killed
 Czech Republic  Prague fears second flood surge  Eastern Germany  Floods surge through Germany

August 15 ... more > Top ^

Aug.15  Czech Republic  Flood damage releases poison gas   Eastern Germany   Dresden evacuated as waters rise   Central Dresden was being evacuated amid fears that a wave might wash over the city after a dam break downstream  Eastern Germany  Dresden floods reach all-time high  India  Monsoon floods force millions to flee

August 16 ... more > Top ^

Aug.16   Eastern Germany Dresden swamped in record floods
 Iraq  Iraq digs in with more bunkers  Eastern Germany  Dresden fights rising waters

August 17 ... more > Top ^

Aug.17   Moscow Russia, Iraq close to $40b deal
 Poland  Poles celebrate pope's visit  Germany  Floods spark chemical spill fear

August 18 ... more > Top ^

Aug.18   Poland Millions cheer pope in Krakow
 Hungary  Budapest braces for flood surge   Jerusalem Israel offers pullout deal to Palestinians  Afghanistan  Tapes on bin Laden's network

August 19 ... more > Top ^

Aug.19   Chechnya     Crash: 115 servicemen dead
  Soldiers and crew are feared dead after a military helicopter crash-landed. Indications that a fire had broken out
  Iraq   Abu Nidal dead  Terrorist was found dead in his Baghdad apartment. He was suffering from a serious illness and committed suicide  Nigeria  Woman loses stoning death appeal  Afghanistan  1998 Tape: bin Laden's declares war  West Bank  Israel handing over Bethlehem patrols

August 20 ... more > Top ^

Aug.20   Berlin   Hostages at Iraqi embassy  A previously unknown Iraqi opposition group has taken hostages including the ambassador  China  Giant lake flood threatens millions  Berlin  Hostage crisis over  China  Flood emergency in province of Hunan

August 21 ... more > Top ^

Aug.21  Washington  Ex-Enron executive pleads guilty  Jerusalem  Suspects in university bombing arrested   Southern Philippines Two hostages beheaded

August 22 ... more > Top ^

Aug.22   Southern China   Million people battling lake
Map of Lake Dongting Hunan China
  Families living nearby China's second largest freshwater lake have begun to flee their homes.
 850,000 civilians and soldiers have mobilised to shore up dykes and embankments. More than 1,000 families have been evacuated
 Southern Philippines  Army turns up heat on Abu Sayyaf  Nepal  Tourist plane crash kills 18  Afghanistan  Minister attacks aid abuse  China  600,000 begun evacuating

August 23 ... more > Top ^

Aug.23  Kashmir  Pakistan accuses India of attack   Zimbabwe Mugabe dissolves cabinet
 Venezuela  Economy registers sharpest drop ever

August 24 ... more > Top ^

Aug.24  South Africa  Greenpeace N-plant protest  Kashmir  12 killed by militants   China Flooded lake reaches crest
 Johannesburg  Police shield Earth Summit

August 25 ... more > Top ^

Aug.25  South Africa  Pessimism hangs over Earth Summit  Afghanistan  U.S. general backs probe of mass graves   Germany Schroeder, Stoiber go head to head
 Beijing  China tightens missile export rules

August 26 ... more > Top ^

Aug.26   Basque     Party banned over ETA link  Top anti-terrorism judge Baltasar Garzon has ordered a three-year suspension of Batasuna party  Zimbabwe  Mugabe appoints 'war cabinet'  South Africa  Health focus of World Summit talks  Washington  New Cheney warning on Iraq

August 27 ... more > Top ^

Aug.27  Iran  Parliament OKs women's right to divorce  South Africa  U.N. summit head pledges action  Basque  Clashes follow Batasuna party ban   Texas Bush tells Saudi no decision on Iraq


August 28 ... more > Top ^

Aug.28   South Africa Summit confronts water crisis
 China  China deals U.S. blow over Iraq   European Union   EU alarm at U.S. posture on Iraq  Schroeder called Cheney's remarks a 'mistake'  Saudi Arabia  Saudis condemn Iraq attack plan  South Korea  US diplomat: N. Korea armed to the teeth

August 29 ... more > Top ^

Aug.29   Hamburg Plot behind 9/11 revealed
 Jerusalem  Israel regret at civilian deaths   Sweden 'Hijacker' foiled  Afghanistan  Mass graves raise questions

August 30 ... more > Top ^

Aug.30   New York Baseball strike averted
  South Korea Breakthrough on Korean border links  South Africa  EU challenges U.S. at Earth Summit  Iraq  Iraq warns U.S. it is no push-over  Brazil  Plane crash leaves 24 dead

August 31 ... more > Top ^

Aug.31  South Africa  10,000 march against wealth divide   West Bank Israeli helicopter strike kills 5
 Sweden  Hijack suspect took flying lessons  Pakistan  6 men found guilty in gang rape


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2002
Aug.1   Baghdad
  Iraq has invited the UN chief weapons inspector to visit Baghdad for talks about the resumption of arms inspections
Aug.1  West Bank  Israeli tanks enter Nablus Aug.5  Gaza  Israel launches helicopters strike Aug.6  Gaza  Tanks moved into Beit Lahia Aug.6  Taiwan  Naval exercises canceled Aug.7  West Bank  Palestinians warm to Israeli truce plan Aug.8   Baghdad   Saddam: U.S. attack 'doomed'  Iraqi President defiant speech to his nation didn't appear to faze the Bush administration Aug.10  Congo  Second mass grave found Aug.11  Vatican  Pope backs Mid-East peace force Aug.13  Pakistan  Musharraf vows to crush militancy Aug.13  North Korea  N. Korea threatens to ditch nuclear deal Aug.16  Iraq  Iraq digs in with more bunkers Aug.18   Jerusalem Israel offers pullout deal to Palestinians
Aug.19   Chechnya   Crash: 115 servicemen dead
  Soldiers and crew are feared dead after a military helicopter crash-landed. Indications that a fire had broken out
Aug.19  West Bank  Israel handing over Bethlehem patrols Aug.22  Southern Philippines  Army turns up heat on Abu Sayyaf Aug.23  Kashmir  Pakistan accuses India of attack Aug.24  Kashmir  12 killed by militants Aug.25  Afghanistan  U.S. general backs probe of mass graves Aug.25  Beijing  China tightens missile export rules Aug.26  Washington  New Cheney warning on Iraq Aug.28  China  China deals U.S. blow over Iraq Aug.28   European Union EU alarm at U.S. posture on Iraq  Schroeder called Cheney's remarks a 'mistake' Aug.28  Saudi Arabia  Saudis condemn Iraq attack plan Aug.28  South Korea  US diplomat: N. Korea armed to the teeth Aug.29  Jerusalem  Israel regret at civilian deaths Aug.29  Afghanistan  Mass graves raise questions Aug.30   South Korea Breakthrough on Korean border links
Aug.30  Iraq  Iraq warns U.S. it is no push-over Aug.31   West Bank Israeli helicopter strike kills 5



World, August 2002 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2002 Aug.6   Mexico Bus crash kills 35 pilgrims
Aug.9   Afghanistan 26 killed in explosion in Jalalabad Aug.12  Czech Republic  35,000 ordered to evacuate from flood Aug.13   Czech Republic Prague floods surge to new peaks
  There are fears that river defences will be overwhelmed and the old city completely inundated
Aug.14  Czech Republic  Prague fears second flood surge Aug.14  Eastern Germany  Floods surge through Germany Aug.15  Czech Republic  Flood damage releases poison gas Aug.15   Eastern Germany Dresden evacuated as waters rise   Central Dresden was being evacuated amid fears that a wave might wash over the city after a dam break downstream Aug.15  Eastern Germany  Dresden floods reach all-time high Aug.15  India  Monsoon floods force millions to flee Aug.16   Eastern Germany Dresden swamped in record floods Aug.16  Eastern Germany  Dresden fights rising waters Aug.17  Germany  Floods spark chemical spill fear Aug.18  Hungary  Budapest braces for flood surge Aug.19   Chechnya   Crash: 115 servicemen dead
  Soldiers and crew are feared dead after a military helicopter crash-landed. Indications that a fire had broken out
Aug.20  China  Giant lake flood threatens millions Aug.20  China  Flood emergency in province of Hunan Aug.22   Southern China Million people battling lake
Map of Lake Dongting Hunan China
  Families living nearby China's second largest freshwater lake have begun to flee their homes.
 850,000 civilians and soldiers have mobilised to shore up dykes and embankments. More than 1,000 families have been evacuated
Aug.22  Nepal  Tourist plane crash kills 18 Aug.22  China  600,000 begun evacuating Aug.24   China Flooded lake reaches crest Aug.30  Brazil  Plane crash leaves 24 dead



World, August 2002 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2002 Aug.7   Brazil IMF throws extra $30bn to Brazil
Aug.12  Rome  Rome restricts La Dolce Vita Aug.13  Texas  Bush hosting economic forum Aug.17   Moscow Russia, Iraq close to $40b deal Aug.21  Washington  Ex-Enron executive pleads guilty Aug.23  Venezuela  Economy registers sharpest drop ever Aug.25  Beijing  China tightens missile export rules Aug.30   New York Baseball strike averted



World, August 2002 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2002 Aug.1  Sao Paulo  Olimpia win Libertadores over Caetano Aug.4  Northern England  Manchester Games closed Aug.4  England  Thorpe bagged his 6th gold medal Aug.30   New York Baseball strike averted




World, August 2002 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2002 Aug.1  Jerusalem  Police: Cell phone triggered bomb Aug.2  Washington  Judge: terror suspects 'must be named' Aug.3   Israel 9 killed in bus blast
  The blast, which ripped off the roof and sides of the bus, happened during rush hour at the Meron Junction
Aug.4  Jerusalem  3 dead after shootout with police Aug.4   Spain 2 killed in resort explosion
Aug.5  Pakistan  6 killed in attack on school Aug.5  West Bank  Settlers killed in ambush Aug.5   Kashmir 9 dead in attack Aug.7   Colombia   Blasts kill 17 as Uribe takes office Map of Bogota Colombia
  Several explosions rocked downtown Bogota just before Uribe was walking up the Congress building's steps for inauguration
Aug.8  Pakistan  Grenade attack at hospital Aug.9   USA Web child porn ring broken  A joint European-U.S. investigation has broken an ring that included parents who sexually abused their own children Aug.10  Egypt  Feud ends in carnage. 22 killed Aug.10  Congo  Second mass grave found Aug.13  Tel Aviv  Palestinian leader defiant against charges Aug.14  Tel Aviv  Barghouti charged in Israeli attacks Aug.14   West Bank Senior Hamas leader killed Aug.18  Afghanistan  Tapes on bin Laden's network Aug.19   Iraq Abu Nidal dead  Terrorist was found dead in his Baghdad apartment. He was suffering from a serious illness and committed suicide Aug.19  Nigeria  Woman loses stoning death appeal Aug.19  Afghanistan  1998 Tape: bin Laden's declares war Aug.20   Berlin Hostages at Iraqi embassy  A previously unknown Iraqi opposition group has taken hostages including the ambassador Aug.20  Berlin  Hostage crisis over Aug.21  Washington  Ex-Enron executive pleads guilty Aug.21  Jerusalem  Suspects in university bombing arrested Aug.21   Southern Philippines Two hostages beheaded Aug.25  Afghanistan  U.S. general backs probe of mass graves Aug.29   Hamburg Plot behind 9/11 revealed Aug.29   Sweden 'Hijacker' foiled Aug.31  Sweden  Hijack suspect took flying lessons Aug.31  Pakistan  6 men found guilty in gang rape



World, August 2002 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2002 Aug.2   Washington White House skeptical of Iraqi offer
Aug.2  UN  UN says Iraq arms offer 'positive' Aug.2   Taiwan Leader calls for independence vote  Chen is backing legislation for an independence referendum and referring to China and Taiwan as two countries Aug.2   Turkey Key reform package passed Aug.3  South Korea  Rival Koreas agree to new talks Aug.3  Jordan  Arafat ex-adviser launches political party Aug.4   Bolivia Congress elects Lozada president Aug.6  Spain  Basque party to be outlawed Aug.7   Colombia   Blasts kill 17 as Uribe takes office Map of Bogota Colombia
  Several explosions rocked downtown Bogota just before Uribe was walking up the Congress building's steps for inauguration
Aug.7   Brazil IMF throws extra $30bn to Brazil Aug.7  Washington  U.S. distances itself from Chen remarks Aug.8  Washington  U.S., Palestinian leaders call talks 'good' Aug.8  Washington  US derides Saddam's 'bluster' Aug.8  Zimbabwe  Farmers defy deadline Aug.9  Washington  US consults exiles on ousting Saddam Aug.11  Taiwan  Taiwan demands equal sovereignty at UN Aug.11  Vatican  Pope backs Mid-East peace force Aug.11   South Korea Koreas resume peace talks Aug.11   Colombia State of emergency declared Aug.12   Zimbabwe   Mugabe tells white farmers to go  President has told white farmers defying an eviction order to quit the country Aug.12  South Korea  Koreas report progress in talks Aug.17  Poland  Poles celebrate pope's visit Aug.18   Poland Millions cheer pope in Krakow Aug.22  Afghanistan  Minister attacks aid abuse Aug.23   Zimbabwe Mugabe dissolves cabinet Aug.24  South Africa  Greenpeace N-plant protest Aug.24  Johannesburg  Police shield Earth Summit Aug.25  South Africa  Pessimism hangs over Earth Summit Aug.25   Germany Schroeder, Stoiber go head to head Aug.26   Basque   Party banned over ETA link  Top anti-terrorism judge Baltasar Garzon has ordered a three-year suspension of Batasuna party Aug.26  Zimbabwe  Mugabe appoints 'war cabinet' Aug.26  South Africa  Health focus of World Summit talks Aug.27  Iran  Parliament OKs women's right to divorce Aug.27  South Africa  U.N. summit head pledges action Aug.27  Basque  Clashes follow Batasuna party ban Aug.27   Texas Bush tells Saudi no decision on Iraq Aug.28   South Africa Summit confronts water crisis Aug.30   South Korea Breakthrough on Korean border links Aug.30  South Africa  EU challenges U.S. at Earth Summit Aug.31  South Africa  10,000 march against wealth divide