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Brazil celebrates fifth World Cup title Serial killer gets 121 years Olimpia win Libertadores over Caetano  Olimpia won the Libertadores Cup for the third time, coming from behind and then winning a penalty shootout 4-2   IMF throws extra $30bn to Brazil  The International Monetary Fund is hoping to help pull the country and the region out of crisis Barrichello wins GP Ronaldo announces return to Milan Plane crash leaves 24 dead  Small-twin engined plane crashed shortly after takeoff. A member of the congress was among the victims Kuerten dominated Safin at U.S. Open 11 die during riot at prison  Most died of asphyxiated in fires, during a riot that erupted after dozens of inmates escaped from a prison Presidential polls show leftist to win  Silva, a former union boss who lost his last 3 bids for the presidency, commanding a runaway lead   Leftist seeks outright victory  Luiz Inacio da Silva, known as 'Lula', appeared poised to win on his fourth try Real's Ronaldo scores twice in his debut Lula leads presidential vote
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Prison riot leaves 45 dead Hobbled Kuerten loses Top politician faces fraud charges Troops sent to occupied farm Schumacher beats brother Cardinal questions celibacy Brazil 2-1 Turkey Brazil 4-0 China Brazil expected to draw on IMF loan   Brazil past Belgium 2-0, into quarterfinals  A spectacular Rivaldo goal and a late Ronaldo effort sent Brazil into the quarterfinals of the World Cup   Brazil beat England 2-1 in quarterfinal  Ronaldinho made one goal and scored a second before being sent off as Brazil reached the World Cup semifinals Barrichello wins European GP Brazil beats Turkey 1-0 in semifinal


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Jan.13   Melbourne


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Jun.3   South Korea
Jun.8   South Korea
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Jun.21   Japan  
Jun.23   Germany
Jun.26   Japan  
  Ronaldo's shot, which Turkey goalkeeper Recber got a hand to but could not keep out, decided a tight tussle
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Jun.30   Japan  
  Brazil 2-0 Germany. Ronaldo scored both goals and gets Golden Boot award
 


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Jul.25   Sao Paulo


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Aug.18   Hungary
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  Partial results show 56-year-old leftist steelworker and union leader had 46.6%
Oct.7     Lula in runoff for president  Luiz Inacio da Silva failed to capture 50 percent of the vote in the first round of Brazilian presidential elections Oct.13     Lula dominant in presidency runoff polls  Leftist presidential candidate convincingly outdistanced rival Jose Serra in weekend election-runoff opinion polls Oct.27     'Lula' poised to win elections  Former shoeshine boy commanded a wide lead over ruling party candidate Jose Serra in opinion polls     Leftist Lula wins presidency by landslide
  Former union boss Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva had 61.5% to ruling party candidate Serra's 38.5%
Oct.28     Lula seeks to reassure markets  In his first formal speech, president-elect reassured that he will respect the country's financial commitments Oct.30   London   New plan to save Amazon forests  A new action plan is being launched at a conference in London

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Nov.7   Paraguay   'Tri-border' back on terrorism radar  Several top terrorist operatives met recently in the area to plan attacks against U.S. and Israeli targets

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Dec.9     Mudslides kill dozens  Rescue efforts are continuing to try to find survivors after mudslides at a coastal resort killed at least 36 people Dec.15   Rio de Janeiro Santos conquer Corinthians for Brazil title Dec.16   Spain   Ronaldo wins second Golden Ball award
  Brazilian striker has been named European Footballer of the Year for the second time, France Football said Dec.17   Spain   Ronaldo best world player for third time
  The 26-year-old striker was top scorer at the 2002 World Cup, hitting 8 goals including 2 in the final as Brazil beat Germany
Dec.18     'Many dead' in ferry disaster
Map of Para Brazil  A passenger ferry with more than 300 people has capsized in the northern state of Para Dec.21   Mexico   Trevi returns  Pop singer has arrived home from Brazil to face sex abuse charges





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Troops sent to occupied farm Plane crash leaves 24 dead  Small-twin engined plane crashed shortly after takeoff. A member of the congress was among the victims 11 die during riot at prison  Most died of asphyxiated in fires, during a riot that erupted after dozens of inmates escaped from a prison New plan to save Amazon forests  A new action plan is being launched at a conference in London Mudslides kill dozens  Rescue efforts are continuing to try to find survivors after mudslides at a coastal resort killed at least 36 people 'Many dead' in ferry disaster Map of Para Brazil  A passenger ferry with more than 300 people has capsized in the northern state of Para Brazil expected to draw on IMF loan   IMF throws extra $30bn to Brazil  The International Monetary Fund is hoping to help pull the country and the region out of crisis Lula seeks to reassure markets  In his first formal speech, president-elect reassured that he will respect the country's financial commitments Hobbled Kuerten loses Schumacher beats brother Brazil 2-1 Turkey Brazil 4-0 China   Brazil past Belgium 2-0, into quarterfinals  A spectacular Rivaldo goal and a late Ronaldo effort sent Brazil into the quarterfinals of the World Cup   Brazil beat England 2-1 in quarterfinal  Ronaldinho made one goal and scored a second before being sent off as Brazil reached the World Cup semifinals Barrichello wins European GP Brazil beats Turkey 1-0 in semifinal




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Jan.13   Melbourne
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Jun.3   South Korea
Jun.8   South Korea
Jun.17   Japan
Jun.21   Japan
Jun.23   Germany
Jun.26   Japan
  Ronaldo's shot, which Turkey goalkeeper Recber got a hand to but could not keep out, decided a tight tussle
Jun.30   Japan   Brazil wins World Cup
  Brazil 2-0 Germany. Ronaldo scored both goals and gets Golden Boot award
Jun.30   Brazil celebrates fifth World Cup title
Aug.1   Sao Paulo Olimpia win Libertadores over Caetano  Olimpia won the Libertadores Cup for the third time, coming from behind and then winning a penalty shootout 4-2 Aug.18   Hungary Barrichello wins GP Aug.23   Ronaldo announces return to Milan Aug.30   New York Kuerten dominated Safin at U.S. Open Oct.6   Madrid Real's Ronaldo scores twice in his debut Dec.15   Rio de Janeiro Santos conquer Corinthians for Brazil title Dec.16   Spain Ronaldo wins second Golden Ball award  Brazilian striker has been named European Footballer of the Year for the second time, France Football said Dec.17   Spain Ronaldo best world player for third time
  The 26-year-old striker was top scorer at the 2002 World Cup, hitting 8 goals including 2 in the final as Brazil beat Germany




Brazil, 2002 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.2   Prison riot leaves 45 dead
Feb.16   Top politician faces fraud charges Jul.25   Sao Paulo Serial killer gets 121 years Sep.29   Sao Paulo 11 die during riot at prison  Most died of asphyxiated in fires, during a riot that erupted after dozens of inmates escaped from a prison Nov.7   Paraguay 'Tri-border' back on terrorism radar  Several top terrorist operatives met recently in the area to plan attacks against U.S. and Israeli targets Dec.21   Mexico Trevi returns  Pop singer has arrived home from Brazil to face sex abuse charges



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2002 Apr.28   Cardinal questions celibacy
Jun.29   Leftist leads in polls Aug.7     IMF throws extra $30bn to Brazil  The International Monetary Fund is hoping to help pull the country and the region out of crisis Oct.5   Presidential polls show leftist to win  Silva, a former union boss who lost his last 3 bids for the presidency, commanding a runaway lead Oct.6     Leftist seeks outright victory  Luiz Inacio da Silva, known as 'Lula', appeared poised to win on his fourth try Oct.6   Lula leads presidential vote
  Partial results show 56-year-old leftist steelworker and union leader had 46.6%
Oct.7   Lula in runoff for president  Luiz Inacio da Silva failed to capture 50 percent of the vote in the first round of Brazilian presidential elections Oct.13   Lula dominant in presidency runoff polls  Leftist presidential candidate convincingly outdistanced rival Jose Serra in weekend election-runoff opinion polls Oct.27   'Lula' poised to win elections  Former shoeshine boy commanded a wide lead over ruling party candidate Jose Serra in opinion polls Oct.27   Leftist Lula wins presidency by landslide
  Former union boss Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva had 61.5% to ruling party candidate Serra's 38.5%