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Summary.     Click for More > 20 trapped in debris of collapsed school Contact lost with quake victims 'No more survivors' in school New quake as death toll hits 29  A second strong earthquake has forced the evacuation of the historic centre of a village Criminal probe into school collapse Mass funeral for lost generation Fear as fresh tremors hit Berlusconi suffers legal setback   Anti-war march attracts 200,000   March through Florence was promoted as the first Europe-wide anti-war rally. It passed off peacefully Pope to Italians: Have more babies Royals end 56-year exile Pope: Avoid Iraq war
First gold of Winter Games Workers take to the streets Plane hits Milan skyscraper  A small plane has hit a skyscraper setting the top floors of the 30-storey building on fire and killing 3 people   South Korea beat Italy  Ahn Jung-hwan headed a golden goal winner to put co-hosts into the quarter-finals of the World Cup Rome restricts La Dolce Vita Rebels release priests London and Rome host anti-war rallies Anti-war marches 7 die in gun rampage Etna burns through forests Children killed in earthquake
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  Rescuers have pulled the bodies of at least 4 children from the rubble of a school where the roof collapsed
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Minister quits in euro row Berlusconi becomes foreign minister Pope leads world peace prayer day Police probe plane parts scam First gold of Winter Games  Stefania Belmondo is winning the women's 15-kilometer mass-start freestyle cross-country race Migrants spark emergency steps Berlusconi seeks unity after murder 'Red Brigades' killed official Workers take to the streets  The centre of Rome has been brought to a standstill by an anti-terror demonstration organised by biggest trade union US fears Easter attacks in Italy Millions strike Afghan king heads home Plane hits Milan skyscraper


January 2002 ... more > Top ^
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February 2002 ... more > Top ^
Feb.9  
Feb.11  Zoeggeler wins men's luge; Hackl second
Feb.17  Ceccarelli wins women's Super G
Feb.28  Parma, Lyon, Leeds ousted


March 2002 ... more > Top ^
Mar.14  Turkish minister's jibe angers Italy
Mar.19  Liverpool wins 2-0 over Roma
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Mar.21  Milan pair, Dortmund make UEFA semis
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April 2002 ... more > Top ^
Apr.4  Inter, Milan defeated in UEFA
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  A small plane has hit a skyscraper setting the top floors of the 30-storey building on fire and killing 3 people
Apr.19 Speculation grows over Milan crash

May 2002 ... more > Top ^
May.5  Juventus wins Serie A title May.17  Capriati back at No. 1 in the world May.18  Former race leader Garzelli fails dope test

June 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jun.11 Hunger solution splits UN summit
Jun.13  Italy 1-1 Mexico Sour end to hunger summit Jun.18     South Korea beat Italy
  Ahn Jung-hwan headed a golden goal winner to put co-hosts into the quarter-finals of the World Cup


July 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jul.12 Milan anti-terror police arrest 8 Jul.20 Sicily train crash killed 8 Jul.25  Frigo wins stage Jul.31  'Mafia boss' held for Olympic fixing

August 2002 ... more > Top ^
Aug.2  'Farce,' says skating-fix accused Aug.3 Al Qaeda suspect held
Aug.12   Rome restricts La Dolce Vita  City officials passed the new regulations to ban bathing in a world famous city centre fountain Aug.25  Juventus beats Parma 2-1 for Supercup Aug.28  Barca, Milan advance to group phase

September 2002 ... more > Top ^
Sep.6 Sicily rocked by earthquake
Sep.10  Cipollini repeats stage win Sep.12 Sicily police hold terror suspects Sep.15   Rebels release priests  Two elderly Italian priests kidnapped by Lord's Resistance Army have been released unharmed  Barrichello, Schumacher go 1-2 in GP Sep.17  Real opens with win vs. Roma Sep.24  AC Milan routs Deportivo 4-0 Sep.25  Juve smashes Dynamo Kiev 5-0 Sep.28   London and Rome host anti-war rallies  Demonstrators have marched in protest against military plans for Iraq

October 2002 ... more > Top ^
Oct.1  AC Milan wins at Bayern 2-1 Oct.6   Anti-war marches  Thousands took to the streets for the second week in a row to protest against a possible U.S. military strike on Iraq Oct.15   7 die in gun rampage  A security guard killed 7 people including family members and neighbours before committing suicide Oct.16  Welsh stun Italy 2-1 Oct.23 Milan buries Bayern Munich to advance
Oct.29   Etna burns through forests  Boiling lava has swallowed swathes of Sicilian forest, but towns are not at risk of being engulfed Juve tops Feyenoord to clinch Oct.30 Roma upsets Real 1-0 Oct.31   Children killed in earthquake
  Rescuers have pulled the bodies of at least 4 children from the rubble of a school where the roof collapsed
  20 trapped in debris of collapsed school
  A strong earthquake caused a school building to collapse, killing 12 children, ranging in age from 6 to 10 years old   Contact lost with quake victims  Relief crews have lost contact with those in the rubble of a school building. 6 children and one teacher were still trapped

November 2002 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1   'No more survivors' in school  Emergency workers are picking through the ruins in which at least 26 children were killed in an earthquake   New quake as death toll hits 29
  A second strong earthquake has forced the evacuation of the historic centre of a village
Nov.2   Criminal probe into school collapse  Prosecutors have opened an investigation into why a school collapsed, wiping out most of a town's 6 and 7-year-old children   Mass funeral for lost generation
  The president Carlo Azeglio Ciampi is due to attend outdoor service for the victims of 5.9-magnitude quake Nov.4   Fear as fresh tremors hit  A series of aftershocks, the strongest is 4.2 on the Richter scale, are continuing to spread fear in southern Italian towns Nov.6     Berlusconi suffers legal setback  Premier has lost his bid to have judges in a corruption trial removed Nov.9     Anti-war march attracts 200,000 Map of Florence Italy
  March through Florence was promoted as the first Europe-wide anti-war rally. It passed off peacefully
Nov.14     Pope to Italians: Have more babies
  John Paul II delivered a historic speech before the parliament, urging Italians to reverse the nation's declining birth rate Nov.26 Milan wins over Madrid 1 - 0 Nov.27 Internazionale wins over Newcastle 1 - 4

December 2002 ... more > Top ^
Dec.10 Inter beats Bayer 3-2
Dec.20 Defago wins Saslong Super-G Dec.21 Deneriaz wins World Cup downhill Dec.22 American wins giant slalom Dec.23   Royals end 56-year exile  Prince Emanuele, 64, accompanied by his wife Marina Doria and their 30-year-old son flew into Rome for an emotional visit Dec.24     Pope: Avoid Iraq war  The current difficult times offers people a chance to encounter Jesus, Pope John Paul II said


Rebels release priests  Two elderly Italian priests kidnapped by Lord's Resistance Army have been released unharmed London and Rome host anti-war rallies  Demonstrators have marched in protest against military plans for Iraq Anti-war marches  Thousands took to the streets for the second week in a row to protest against a possible U.S. military strike on Iraq   Anti-war march attracts 200,000 Map of Florence Italy




Italy, 2002 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
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  March through Florence was promoted as the first Europe-wide anti-war rally. It passed off peacefully




Italy, 2002 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2002 Mar.19 Migrants spark emergency steps
Apr.18 Plane hits Milan skyscraper
  A small plane has hit a skyscraper setting the top floors of the 30-storey building on fire and killing 3 people
Apr.19 Speculation grows over Milan crash
Jun.11 Hunger solution splits UN summit Jun.13 Sour end to hunger summit Jul.20 Sicily train crash killed 8 Sep.6 Sicily rocked by earthquake Oct.29 Etna burns through forests  Boiling lava has swallowed swathes of Sicilian forest, but towns are not at risk of being engulfed Oct.31 Children killed in earthquake
  Rescuers have pulled the bodies of at least 4 children from the rubble of a school where the roof collapsed
Oct.31 20 trapped in debris of collapsed school  A strong earthquake caused a school building to collapse, killing 12 children, ranging in age from 6 to 10 years old Oct.31 Contact lost with quake victims  Relief crews have lost contact with those in the rubble of a school building. 6 children and one teacher were still trapped Nov.1 'No more survivors' in school  Emergency workers are picking through the ruins in which at least 26 children were killed in an earthquake Nov.1 New quake as death toll hits 29
  A second strong earthquake has forced the evacuation of the historic centre of a village
Nov.2 Criminal probe into school collapse  Prosecutors have opened an investigation into why a school collapsed, wiping out most of a town's 6 and 7-year-old children Nov.4 Fear as fresh tremors hit  A series of aftershocks, the strongest is 4.2 on the Richter scale, are continuing to spread fear in southern Italian towns



Italy, 2002 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2002 Feb.9 First gold of Winter Games  Stefania Belmondo is winning the women's 15-kilometer mass-start freestyle cross-country race Feb.11  Zoeggeler wins men's luge; Hackl second Feb.17  Ceccarelli wins women's Super G Feb.28  Parma, Lyon, Leeds ousted Mar.14  Turkish minister's jibe angers Italy Mar.19  Liverpool wins 2-0 over Roma Mar.21  Milan pair, Dortmund make UEFA semis Apr.4  Inter, Milan defeated in UEFA May.5  Juventus wins Serie A title May.17  Capriati back at No. 1 in the world May.18  Former race leader Garzelli fails dope test Jun.13  Italy 1-1 Mexico Jun.18   South Korea beat Italy
  Ahn Jung-hwan headed a golden goal winner to put co-hosts into the quarter-finals of the World Cup
Jul.25  Frigo wins stage Jul.31  'Mafia boss' held for Olympic fixing Aug.2  'Farce,' says skating-fix accused Aug.25  Juventus beats Parma 2-1 for Supercup Aug.28  Barca, Milan advance to group phase Sep.10  Cipollini repeats stage win Sep.15  Barrichello, Schumacher go 1-2 in GP Sep.17  Real opens with win vs. Roma Sep.24  AC Milan routs Deportivo 4-0 Sep.25  Juve smashes Dynamo Kiev 5-0 Oct.1  AC Milan wins at Bayern 2-1 Oct.16  Welsh stun Italy 2-1 Oct.23 Milan buries Bayern Munich to advance Oct.29 Juve tops Feyenoord to clinch Oct.30 Roma upsets Real 1-0 Nov.26 Milan wins over Madrid 1 - 0 Nov.27 Internazionale wins over Newcastle 1 - 4 Dec.10 Inter beats Bayer 3-2 Dec.20 Defago wins Saslong Super-G Dec.21 Deneriaz wins World Cup downhill Dec.22 American wins giant slalom



Italy, 2002 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.5 Minister quits in euro row
Mar.23 Workers take to the streets  The centre of Rome has been brought to a standstill by an anti-terror demonstration organised by biggest trade union Apr.16 Millions strike Aug.12 Rome restricts La Dolce Vita  City officials passed the new regulations to ban bathing in a world famous city centre fountain



Italy, 2002 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.26 Police probe plane parts scam
Mar.20 Berlusconi seeks unity after murder Mar.20 'Red Brigades' killed official Mar.27 US fears Easter attacks in Italy May.18  Former race leader Garzelli fails dope test Jul.12 Milan anti-terror police arrest 8 Jul.31  'Mafia boss' held for Olympic fixing Aug.2  'Farce,' says skating-fix accused Aug.3 Al Qaeda suspect held Sep.12 Sicily police hold terror suspects Sep.15 Rebels release priests  Two elderly Italian priests kidnapped by Lord's Resistance Army have been released unharmed Oct.15 7 die in gun rampage  A security guard killed 7 people including family members and neighbours before committing suicide Nov.2 Criminal probe into school collapse  Prosecutors have opened an investigation into why a school collapsed, wiping out most of a town's 6 and 7-year-old children



Italy, 2002 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.5 Minister quits in euro row
Jan.6 Berlusconi becomes foreign minister Jan.23 Pope leads world peace prayer day Mar.14  Turkish minister's jibe angers Italy Mar.20 'Red Brigades' killed official Mar.23 Workers take to the streets  The centre of Rome has been brought to a standstill by an anti-terror demonstration organised by biggest trade union Apr.17 Afghan king heads home Jun.11 Hunger solution splits UN summit Jun.13 Sour end to hunger summit Sep.28 London and Rome host anti-war rallies  Demonstrators have marched in protest against military plans for Iraq Oct.6 Anti-war marches  Thousands took to the streets for the second week in a row to protest against a possible U.S. military strike on Iraq Nov.2 Mass funeral for lost generation  The president Carlo Azeglio Ciampi is due to attend outdoor service for the victims of 5.9-magnitude quake Nov.6   Berlusconi suffers legal setback  Premier has lost his bid to have judges in a corruption trial removed Nov.9   Anti-war march attracts 200,000 Map of Florence Italy
  March through Florence was promoted as the first Europe-wide anti-war rally. It passed off peacefully
Nov.14   Pope to Italians: Have more babies  John Paul II delivered a historic speech before the parliament, urging Italians to reverse the nation's declining birth rate Dec.23 Royals end 56-year exile  Prince Emanuele, 64, accompanied by his wife Marina Doria and their 30-year-old son flew into Rome for an emotional visit Dec.24   Pope: Avoid Iraq war  The current difficult times offers people a chance to encounter Jesus, Pope John Paul II said