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B. 09-06 Abbas offers resignation West Bank
C. 09-07 Qurei nominated as Palestinian PM West Bank
3. 09-07 Bush to ask 87 billions more for Iraq Washington
09-10 Stabbed Foreign Minister dies Stockholm, Sweden
5. 09-14 Rich-poor divide derails WTO talks Cancun, Mexico
G. 09-18 Isabel knocks out power to 2 million Virginia
H. 09-25 Shot politician dies from wounds Iraq

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Abbas offers resignation Qurei nominated as Palestinian PM Bush to ask 87 billions more for Iraq Stabbed Foreign Minister dies   Anna Lindh has died in hospital after being stabbed several times by an unidentified man in the centre of Stockholm Rich-poor divide derails WTO talks Isabel knocks out power to 2 million Shot politician dies from wounds
Sep.1  Iraq  Najaf braces for ayatollah's funeral
Sep.2  Indonesia  Ba'asyir jailed for 4 years
 Iraq  Thousands bid cleric farewell
 UN  U.S. lays out new Iraq resolution
Sep.4  Germany  France, Germany reject US Iraq plans
Sep.5  Spain  Al-Jazeera reporter arrested
 Bermuda  Fabian pounds with 120 mph winds
Sep.6   West Bank
 Gaza  Hamas founder wounded in airstrike
Sep.7   West Bank
  Washington
 New York  Roddick claims US Open title over Ferrero
Sep.8  Singapore  SARS case tests positive
Sep.9  Tel Aviv  Suicide bombers kill 13
 Indonesia  Bali commander sentenced to death
Sep.10  Qatar  Bin Laden tape raises fear of new attacks
  Sweden
Sep.11  Manhattan  Vigils mark 9/11 anniversary
 Jerusalem  Israel decided to 'remove' Arafat
Sep.12  Iraq  U.S. fire kills Iraqi police
 UN Security Council  U.N. votes to lift Libya sanctions
Sep.13  South Korea  Typhoon toll 'may top 100'
 Sunni Triangle  Anti-U.S. chants, gunshots mark funerals
Sep.14   Mexico
 Sweden  Voters rejects euro currency
Sep.15  Saudi Arabia  Prison fire kills 67 inmates
Sep.16  UN Security Council  U.S. vetoes Arafat vote
 Sweden  Suspect arrested in Lindh killing
Sep.17  New York  $140m NYSE chief Grasso resigns
Sep.18  Iraq  3 US troops 'killed in Iraq attack'
  Virginia
Sep.19  Mosul  Former defense minister surrenders
Sep.20  Iraq  Governing council member shot
 Berlin  Leaders find 'common ground' on Iraq
 Florida  Guantanamo chaplain arrested
Sep.21  Baghdad  Blast near U.N. headquarters
 France  France lifts veto threat on Iraq
Sep.22  NATO  Dutch minister gets NATO top job
Sep.23  UN Gen. Assembly  Bush urges UN unity on Iraq
 Vatican  Pope cancels weekly audience
Sep.24  Guantanamo  Guantanamo Bay spy probe expanded
 California  Governor debate
Sep.25   Iraq
 Northern Japan  Earthquake rocks island of Hokkaido
Sep.26  Germany  Child porn ring smashed
 Washington  US-Russia summit tackles Iran
Sep.27  Rome  Massive power cut
Sep.28  Moscow  Conference on climate change
Sep.29  Washington  White House vows help in CIA leak probe
Sep.30  Boston  Guantanamo translator held
 Belgium  Footballer jailed at terror trial


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Arab Countries
Najaf braces for ayatollah's funeral
Cleric's cortege approaches Najaf
Thousands bid cleric farewell
Arafat: 'The road map is dead'
Abbas asks Palestinian council for support
Abbas offers resignation
Qurei nominated as Palestinian PM
Anti-U.S. chants, gunshots mark funerals
Shot politician dies from wounds
Saddam tape denies role in Najaf blast
Car bomb kills 2
Bin Laden tape raises fear of new attacks
Hamas warns it will attack Israeli homes
Governing council member shot
Blast near U.N. headquarters
Shot politician dies from wounds
Prison fire kills 67 inmates
Hamas founder wounded in airstrike
U.S. forces capture Saddam loyalist
Israel closes West Bank, Gaza
U.S. fire kills Iraqi police
US remorse over Iraq deaths blunder
3 US troops 'killed in Iraq attack'
Former defense minister surrenders
Saddam tape denies role in Najaf blast
Hamas founder wounded in airstrike
Car bomb kills 2
Bin Laden tape raises fear of new attacks
Hamas warns it will attack Israeli homes
Governing council member shot
USA
US stands by Mid-East peace plan
Bush to ask 87 billions more for Iraq
Vigils mark 9/11 anniversary
Governor debate
US-Russia summit tackles Iran
White House vows help in CIA leak probe
Guantanamo chaplain arrested
Guantanamo Bay spy probe expanded
Guantanamo translator held
Isabel knocks out power to 2 million
Guantanamo chaplain arrested
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Iraq
Najaf braces for ayatollah's funeral
Thousands bid cleric farewell
Anti-U.S. chants, gunshots mark funerals
Shot politician dies from wounds
Saddam tape denies role in Najaf blast
Governing council member shot
Blast near U.N. headquarters
Shot politician dies from wounds
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U.S. forces capture Saddam loyalist
U.S. fire kills Iraqi police
3 US troops 'killed in Iraq attack'
Former defense minister surrenders
Saddam tape denies role in Najaf blast
Car bomb kills 2
Governing council member shot
European Union
France, Germany reject US Iraq plans
Al-Jazeera reporter arrested
Stabbed Foreign Minister dies
Voters rejects euro currency
Leaders find 'common ground' on Iraq
Al-Jazeera reporter arrested
Stabbed Foreign Minister dies
Suspect arrested in Lindh killing
Child porn ring smashed
Footballer jailed at terror trial
Massive power cut
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Al-Jazeera reporter arrested
Footballer jailed at terror trial
Israel
Arafat: 'The road map is dead'
Abbas asks Palestinian council for support
Abbas offers resignation
Qurei nominated as Palestinian PM
Israel decided to 'remove' Arafat
Suicide bombers kill 13
Hamas warns it will attack Israeli homes
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Hamas founder wounded in airstrike
Israel closes West Bank, Gaza
Hamas founder wounded in airstrike
Suicide bombers kill 13
Hamas warns it will attack Israeli homes
Palestine
Arafat: 'The road map is dead'
Abbas asks Palestinian council for support
Abbas offers resignation
Qurei nominated as Palestinian PM
Hamas warns it will attack Israeli homes
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Hamas founder wounded in airstrike
Israel closes West Bank, Gaza
Hamas founder wounded in airstrike
Hamas warns it will attack Israeli homes
West Bank
Arafat: 'The road map is dead'
Abbas asks Palestinian council for support
Abbas offers resignation
Qurei nominated as Palestinian PM
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Israel closes West Bank, Gaza
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UN
U.S. lays out new Iraq resolution
U.N. votes to lift Libya sanctions
U.S. vetoes Arafat vote
Bush urges UN unity on Iraq
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Washington
US stands by Mid-East peace plan
Bush to ask 87 billions more for Iraq
US-Russia summit tackles Iran
White House vows help in CIA leak probe
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Najaf braces for ayatollah's funeral Ba'asyir jailed for 4 years   Thousands bid cleric farewell   Hundreds of thousands have massed in Najaf for the burial of Ayatollah Muhammad Baqr al-Hakim, killed by a car bomb   U.S. lays out new Iraq resolution  Resolution is strengthening the United Nations' role in Iraq and calling for a broader multinational force France, Germany reject US Iraq plans Al-Jazeera reporter arrested Fabian pounds with 120 mph winds   Abbas offers resignation


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September 1 ... more > Top ^

Sep.1  Iraq  Saddam tape denies role in Najaf blast
  Iraq
 Iraq  Cleric's cortege approaches Najaf


September 2 ... more > Top ^

Sep.2   Indonesia
 Hong Kong  Typhoon lashes Hong Kong
  Iraq  
 West Bank  Arafat: 'The road map is dead'
  UN  


September 3 ... more > Top ^

Sep.3  Tehran  Shots close UK mission
 North Caucasus  5 die in train blast


September 4 ... more > Top ^

Sep.4   Germany
 West Bank  Abbas asks Palestinian council for support


September 5 ... more > Top ^

Sep.5   Spain
 UN Security Council  Iraq draft 'needs serious work'
 UN  US may change Iraq resolution
  Bermuda
 Kashmir  6 dead in market blast


September 6 ... more > Top ^

Sep.6   West Bank  
  Arafat told Palestinian legislators he had accepted Prime Minister offer to resign
  Gaza     Hamas founder wounded in airstrike  Sheikh Ahmed Yassin vowed 'jihad will continue' after being targeted in an Israeli missile strike  Washington  US stands by Mid-East peace plan  New York  Henin-Hardenne takes US Open

September 7 ... more > Top ^

Sep.7  West Bank  Israel closes West Bank, Gaza  Iraq  U.S. forces capture Saddam loyalist   West Bank   Qurei nominated as Palestinian PM
  The nominee, proposed by Arafat, is the parliamentary speaker
  Washington     Bush to ask 87 billions more for Iraq
  President has told the American people that Iraq is ''now the central front' in a global war against terrorism
  New York Roddick claims US Open title over Ferrero

September 8 ... more > Top ^

Sep.8   Singapore SARS case tests positive
 West Bank  Arafat nominee seeks assurances  Washington  US demands security from Palestinians

September 9 ... more > Top ^

Sep.9  Singapore  Man confirmed with SARS   Tel Aviv     Suicide bombers kill 13  A bomber set off an explosion at a bus stop east of Tel Aviv. Another bombing killed 6 at cafe in West Jerusalem  Northern Iraq  Car bomb kills 2   Indonesia Bali commander sentenced to death


September 10 ... more > Top ^

Sep.10  Gaza  Hamas warns it will attack Israeli homes  Sweden  Foreign minister stabbed  Mexico  Cancun trade talks begin amid protest   Qatar Bin Laden tape raises fear of new attacks
  Sweden   Stabbed Foreign Minister dies Map of Stockholm Sweden
  Anna Lindh has died in hospital after being stabbed several times by an unidentified man in the centre of Stockholm


September 11 ... more > Top ^

Sep.11   Manhattan Vigils mark 9/11 anniversary
 Libya  Libya and France reach deal  Slovakia  Pope struggles to greet Slovaks   Jerusalem     Israel decided to 'remove' Arafat  A decision of security Cabinet could mean the Palestinian leader's expulsion from his Ramallah compound  West Bank  Palestinians rally for defiant Arafat

September 12 ... more > Top ^

Sep.12   Iraq     U.S. fire kills Iraqi police  A shootout developed into a fierce gunbattle in central Iraq, killing at least 10 people   UN Security Council   U.N. votes to lift Libya sanctions  The Security Council has voted to lift sanctions that have been in place since the bombing of two airliners in the 1980s  Iran  Protest over nuclear deadline  Mumbai  Bomb suspect 'shot dead'  Washington  US attacks France's Iraq proposals  South Korea  Typhoon pounds South Korea

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Sep.13   South Korea     Typhoon toll 'may top 100'  At least 48 people are dead while another 24 are missing. Thousands of people were forced to flee their homes  Iraq  US remorse over Iraq deaths blunder  Geneva  Powell in Geneva for Iraq talks   Sunni Triangle Anti-U.S. chants, gunshots mark funerals
 UN  UN powers stall on Iraq future

September 14 ... more > Top ^

Sep.14  Sunni Triangle  U.S. soldier killed in Fallujah  South Korea  Troops searching for missing people   Mexico     Rich-poor divide derails WTO talks
Map of Cancun Mexico
  The collapse of talks in Cancun has set back the trade development agenda by at least 2 years
  Sweden     Voters rejects euro currency  Sweden has rejected a proposal to join the euro currency dealing a blow to business and government  Iraq  Powell visits Iraqi gas attack town

September 15 ... more > Top ^

Sep.15   Saudi Arabia Prison fire kills 67 inmates
 Sweden  DNA breakthrough in Lindh killer hunt  Sunni Triangle  Suspected resistance organizers arrested  San Francisco Bay Area  Appeals court blocks California recall  Japan  Deadly blast ends office siege

September 16 ... more > Top ^

Sep.16  Berlin  Europe summit to seek Iraq deal   UN Security Council     U.S. vetoes Arafat vote  A resolution would have demanded Israel halt threats to expel Palestinian Authority President   Sweden Suspect arrested in Lindh killing
 North Carolina  Coast boards up, flees Hurricane Isabel  Arab Countries  Arab world condemns US Arafat veto

September 17 ... more > Top ^

Sep.17  Iraq  Network airs Saddam audiotape  England  BBC admits dossier row mistakes   New York $140m NYSE chief Grasso resigns
 Washington  Bush rejects Saddam link to 9/11  Virginia  Residents flee hurricane

September 18 ... more > Top ^

Sep.18   Iraq 3 US troops 'killed in Iraq attack'
 USA  Hurricane batters coast   Virginia   Isabel knocks out power to 2 million
  Isabel was downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm after dumping heavy rain
 Morocco  Life for French 'spy'  England  Blix attacks Iraq weapons 'spin'

September 19 ... more > Top ^

Sep.19   Mosul Former defense minister surrenders
 Washington  15 dead in storm  UN  U.N. vote backs Arafat

September 20 ... more > Top ^

Sep.20   Iraq     Governing council member shot  As Akila Hashimi's two-car convoy left her house, at least four gunmen opened fire  Bosnia  Clinton remembers Srebrenica dead   Berlin   Leaders find 'common ground' on Iraq  Schroeder, Blair and Chirac had agreed a transfer of power to an Iraqi authority as quickly as possible was desirable   Florida Guantanamo chaplain arrested


September 21 ... more > Top ^

Sep.21  Iraq  Attacks kill 3 US troops  Iraq  Surgeries for shot politician  Melbourne  Australia won semifinal over Switzerland  Spain  Spain won Davis semifinal over Argentina  Iraq  Sweeping economic reforms adopted  Antarctica  Ill worker flown from South Pole   Baghdad   Blast near U.N. headquarters  A bomb went off from inside of a car, killing 2, including the bomber and injuring about 8 people   France France lifts veto threat on Iraq


September 22 ... more > Top ^

Sep.22   NATO Dutch minister gets NATO top job
 Washington  Bush unbending on Iraq  UN  Annan: Force won't beat terror

September 23 ... more > Top ^

Sep.23   UN Gen. Assembly     Bush urges UN unity on Iraq  US President has told the General Assembly the invasion of Iraq was the right thing to do  Saudi Arabia  4 dead in gunfight  UN  World leaders speak out over Iraq  Washington  Airman charged with Guantanamo spying  Global  MSN shuts down its chatrooms   Vatican Pope cancels weekly audience


September 24 ... more > Top ^

Sep.24  Sweden  New suspect in Lindh murder hunt  New York  Bush, Schroeder mend fences   Guantanamo   Guantanamo Bay spy probe expanded  Following the arrests of 2 servicemen suspected of spying, at least 2 other are being closely watched in an investigation   California Governor debate
 UN  Ruling council backs US  Iraq  Ex-Defence Minister granted immunity

September 25 ... more > Top ^

Sep.25   Iraq     Shot politician dies from wounds
  Iraqi Governing Council member Akila al-Hashimi died 5 days after an attack on her convoy
 European Union  Prodi rules out EU resignations   Northern Japan Earthquake rocks island of Hokkaido  Iraq  8 Iraqis killed in market explosion  Iraq  Regret at UN's Iraq retreat

September 26 ... more > Top ^

Sep.26   Germany Child porn ring smashed
 New York  Powell: Iraqi constitution in 6 months  France  Overdose kills right-to-die man   Washington     US-Russia summit tackles Iran  Bush and Putin have started a 2-day summit, with divisions over Iran's nuclear programme looming large

September 27 ... more > Top ^

Sep.27  Iraq  Rocket attack on Baghdad hotel  Sunni Triangle  2 Iraqis killed in U.S. checkpoint shooting  French Guiana  Europe's lunar adventure begins   Rome Massive power cut


September 28 ... more > Top ^

Sep.28  Colombia  Explosion kills 10  Berlin  Tergat sets marathon record  Rome  Italy slowly comes back to light   Moscow Conference on climate change


September 29 ... more > Top ^

Sep.29  Italy  Italians probe massive blackout  Sunni Triangle  U.S. soldier dies in convoy attack   Washington   White House vows help in CIA leak probe   The White House will cooperate with the Justice Department in its initial inquiry, but will not launch an internal probe  Detroit  Powell: 'Build a new Middle East'

September 30 ... more > Top ^

Sep.30   Boston Guantanamo translator held
  Belgium Footballer jailed at terror trial  Boston  Guantanamo translator had 'secret' CD  Washington  Bush backs CIA leak probe  South Korea  Wary S. Korea keeps troops home


  Hamas founder wounded in airstrike  Sheikh Ahmed Yassin vowed 'jihad will continue' after being targeted in an Israeli missile strike   U.S. fire kills Iraqi police  A shootout developed into a fierce gunbattle in central Iraq, killing at least 10 people 3 US troops 'killed in Iraq attack' Former defense minister surrenders Guantanamo chaplain arrested Dutch minister gets NATO top job Fabian pounds with 120 mph winds SARS case tests positive   Typhoon toll 'may top 100'  At least 48 people are dead while another 24 are missing. Thousands of people were forced to flee their homes Prison fire kills 67 inmates Isabel knocks out power to 2 million




World, September 2003 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
2003
Sep.6   Gaza
Sep.7  West Bank  Israel closes West Bank, Gaza
Sep.7  Iraq  U.S. forces capture Saddam loyalist
Sep.12   Iraq
Sep.12  Iran  Protest over nuclear deadline
Sep.13  Iraq  US remorse over Iraq deaths blunder
Sep.14  Sunni Triangle  U.S. soldier killed in Fallujah
Sep.14  South Korea  Troops searching for missing people
Sep.15  Sunni Triangle  Suspected resistance organizers arrested
Sep.18   Iraq
Sep.18  England  Blix attacks Iraq weapons 'spin'
Sep.19   Mosul
Sep.20   Florida
Sep.21  Iraq  Attacks kill 3 US troops
Sep.22   NATO
Sep.23  Washington  Airman charged with Guantanamo spying
Sep.24  Iraq  Ex-Defence Minister granted immunity
Sep.27  Iraq  Rocket attack on Baghdad hotel
Sep.27  Sunni Triangle  2 Iraqis killed in U.S. checkpoint shooting
Sep.29  Sunni Triangle  U.S. soldier dies in convoy attack
Sep.30  South Korea  Wary S. Korea keeps troops home




World, September 2003 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2003
Sep.2  Hong Kong  Typhoon lashes Hong Kong
Sep.5   Bermuda
Sep.8   Singapore
Sep.9  Singapore  Man confirmed with SARS
Sep.12  South Korea  Typhoon pounds South Korea
Sep.13   South Korea
Sep.14  South Korea  Troops searching for missing people
Sep.15   Saudi Arabia
Sep.16  North Carolina  Coast boards up, flees Hurricane Isabel
Sep.17  Virginia  Residents flee hurricane
Sep.18  USA  Hurricane batters coast
Sep.18   Virginia
  Isabel was downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm after dumping heavy rain
Sep.19  Washington  15 dead in storm Sep.21  Iraq  Surgeries for shot politician Sep.21  Antarctica  Ill worker flown from South Pole Sep.25   Northern Japan Earthquake rocks island of Hokkaido
Sep.26  France  Overdose kills right-to-die man Sep.27   Rome Massive power cut Sep.28  Rome  Italy slowly comes back to light Sep.28   Moscow Conference on climate change Sep.29  Italy  Italians probe massive blackout



World, September 2003 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2003 Sep.7   Washington   Bush to ask 87 billions more for Iraq
  President has told the American people that Iraq is ''now the central front' in a global war against terrorism
Sep.10  Mexico  Cancun trade talks begin amid protest Sep.14   Mexico   Rich-poor divide derails WTO talks Map of Cancun Mexico
  The collapse of talks in Cancun has set back the trade development agenda by at least 2 years
Sep.14   Sweden   Voters rejects euro currency  Sweden has rejected a proposal to join the euro currency dealing a blow to business and government Sep.17   New York $140m NYSE chief Grasso resigns Sep.21  Iraq  Sweeping economic reforms adopted Sep.23  Global  MSN shuts down its chatrooms Sep.27   Rome Massive power cut Sep.28  Rome  Italy slowly comes back to light



World, September 2003 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2003 Sep.6  New York  Henin-Hardenne takes US Open Sep.7   New York Roddick claims US Open title over Ferrero
Sep.21  Melbourne  Australia won semifinal over Switzerland Sep.21  Spain  Spain won Davis semifinal over Argentina Sep.28  Berlin  Tergat sets marathon record Sep.30   Belgium Footballer jailed at terror trial



World, September 2003 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2003 Sep.1  Iraq  Saddam tape denies role in Najaf blast Sep.2   Indonesia Ba'asyir jailed for 4 years
Sep.3  Tehran  Shots close UK mission Sep.3  North Caucasus  5 die in train blast Sep.5   Spain Al-Jazeera reporter arrested Sep.5  Kashmir  6 dead in market blast Sep.6   Gaza   Hamas founder wounded in airstrike  Sheikh Ahmed Yassin vowed 'jihad will continue' after being targeted in an Israeli missile strike Sep.9   Tel Aviv   Suicide bombers kill 13  A bomber set off an explosion at a bus stop east of Tel Aviv. Another bombing killed 6 at cafe in West Jerusalem Sep.9  Northern Iraq  Car bomb kills 2 Sep.9   Indonesia Bali commander sentenced to death Sep.10  Gaza  Hamas warns it will attack Israeli homes Sep.10  Sweden  Foreign minister stabbed Sep.10   Qatar Bin Laden tape raises fear of new attacks Sep.10   Sweden Stabbed Foreign Minister dies
Map of Stockholm Sweden
  Anna Lindh has died in hospital after being stabbed several times by an unidentified man in the centre of Stockholm
Sep.12  Mumbai  Bomb suspect 'shot dead' Sep.15   Saudi Arabia Prison fire kills 67 inmates Sep.15  Sweden  DNA breakthrough in Lindh killer hunt Sep.15  Japan  Deadly blast ends office siege Sep.16   Sweden Suspect arrested in Lindh killing Sep.18  Morocco  Life for French 'spy' Sep.20   Iraq   Governing council member shot  As Akila Hashimi's two-car convoy left her house, at least four gunmen opened fire Sep.20   Florida Guantanamo chaplain arrested Sep.21   Baghdad Blast near U.N. headquarters  A bomb went off from inside of a car, killing 2, including the bomber and injuring about 8 people Sep.23  Saudi Arabia  4 dead in gunfight Sep.23  Washington  Airman charged with Guantanamo spying Sep.24  Sweden  New suspect in Lindh murder hunt Sep.24   Guantanamo Guantanamo Bay spy probe expanded  Following the arrests of 2 servicemen suspected of spying, at least 2 other are being closely watched in an investigation Sep.25   Iraq   Shot politician dies from wounds
  Iraqi Governing Council member Akila al-Hashimi died 5 days after an attack on her convoy
Sep.25  Iraq  8 Iraqis killed in market explosion Sep.26   Germany Child porn ring smashed
Sep.28  Colombia  Explosion kills 10 Sep.30   Boston Guantanamo translator held Sep.30   Belgium Footballer jailed at terror trial Sep.30  Boston  Guantanamo translator had 'secret' CD Sep.30  Washington  Bush backs CIA leak probe



World, September 2003 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2003 Sep.1   Iraq Najaf braces for ayatollah's funeral
Sep.1  Iraq  Cleric's cortege approaches Najaf Sep.2   Iraq   Thousands bid cleric farewell   Hundreds of thousands have massed in Najaf for the burial of Ayatollah Muhammad Baqr al-Hakim, killed by a car bomb Sep.2  West Bank  Arafat: 'The road map is dead' Sep.2   UN   U.S. lays out new Iraq resolution  Resolution is strengthening the United Nations' role in Iraq and calling for a broader multinational force Sep.4   Germany France, Germany reject US Iraq plans Sep.4  West Bank  Abbas asks Palestinian council for support Sep.5   Spain Al-Jazeera reporter arrested Sep.5  UN Security Council  Iraq draft 'needs serious work' Sep.5  UN  US may change Iraq resolution Sep.6   West Bank   Abbas offers resignation
  Arafat told Palestinian legislators he had accepted Prime Minister offer to resign
Sep.6  Washington  US stands by Mid-East peace plan Sep.7   West Bank Qurei nominated as Palestinian PM
  The nominee, proposed by Arafat, is the parliamentary speaker
Sep.7   Washington   Bush to ask 87 billions more for Iraq
  President has told the American people that Iraq is ''now the central front' in a global war against terrorism
Sep.8  West Bank  Arafat nominee seeks assurances Sep.8  Washington  US demands security from Palestinians Sep.10  Mexico  Cancun trade talks begin amid protest Sep.10   Sweden Stabbed Foreign Minister dies
Map of Stockholm Sweden
  Anna Lindh has died in hospital after being stabbed several times by an unidentified man in the centre of Stockholm
Sep.11   Manhattan Vigils mark 9/11 anniversary Sep.11  Libya  Libya and France reach deal Sep.11  Slovakia  Pope struggles to greet Slovaks Sep.11   Jerusalem   Israel decided to 'remove' Arafat  A decision of security Cabinet could mean the Palestinian leader's expulsion from his Ramallah compound Sep.11  West Bank  Palestinians rally for defiant Arafat Sep.12   UN Security Council U.N. votes to lift Libya sanctions  The Security Council has voted to lift sanctions that have been in place since the bombing of two airliners in the 1980s Sep.12  Iran  Protest over nuclear deadline Sep.12  Washington  US attacks France's Iraq proposals Sep.13  Geneva  Powell in Geneva for Iraq talks Sep.13   Sunni Triangle Anti-U.S. chants, gunshots mark funerals Sep.13  UN  UN powers stall on Iraq future Sep.14   Mexico   Rich-poor divide derails WTO talks Map of Cancun Mexico
  The collapse of talks in Cancun has set back the trade development agenda by at least 2 years
Sep.14   Sweden   Voters rejects euro currency  Sweden has rejected a proposal to join the euro currency dealing a blow to business and government Sep.14  Iraq  Powell visits Iraqi gas attack town Sep.15  San Francisco Bay Area  Appeals court blocks California recall Sep.16  Berlin  Europe summit to seek Iraq deal Sep.16   UN Security Council   U.S. vetoes Arafat vote  A resolution would have demanded Israel halt threats to expel Palestinian Authority President Sep.16  Arab Countries  Arab world condemns US Arafat veto Sep.17  Iraq  Network airs Saddam audiotape Sep.17  England  BBC admits dossier row mistakes Sep.17  Washington  Bush rejects Saddam link to 9/11 Sep.19  UN  U.N. vote backs Arafat Sep.20  Bosnia  Clinton remembers Srebrenica dead Sep.20   Berlin Leaders find 'common ground' on Iraq  Schroeder, Blair and Chirac had agreed a transfer of power to an Iraqi authority as quickly as possible was desirable Sep.21   France France lifts veto threat on Iraq Sep.22   NATO Dutch minister gets NATO top job Sep.22  Washington  Bush unbending on Iraq Sep.22  UN  Annan: Force won't beat terror Sep.23   UN Gen. Assembly   Bush urges UN unity on Iraq  US President has told the General Assembly the invasion of Iraq was the right thing to do Sep.23  UN  World leaders speak out over Iraq Sep.23   Vatican Pope cancels weekly audience Sep.24  New York  Bush, Schroeder mend fences Sep.24   California Governor debate Sep.24  UN  Ruling council backs US Sep.25   Iraq   Shot politician dies from wounds
  Iraqi Governing Council member Akila al-Hashimi died 5 days after an attack on her convoy
Sep.25  European Union  Prodi rules out EU resignations Sep.25  Iraq  Regret at UN's Iraq retreat Sep.26  New York  Powell: Iraqi constitution in 6 months Sep.26   Washington   US-Russia summit tackles Iran  Bush and Putin have started a 2-day summit, with divisions over Iran's nuclear programme looming large Sep.27  French Guiana  Europe's lunar adventure begins Sep.28   Moscow Conference on climate change
Sep.29  Italy  Italians probe massive blackout Sep.29   Washington White House vows help in CIA leak probe   The White House will cooperate with the Justice Department in its initial inquiry, but will not launch an internal probe Sep.29  Detroit  Powell: 'Build a new Middle East'