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Summary.     Click for More > Poll triumph for Socialists Blair, Gadhafi in historic meeting Bin Laden offers Europe truce Spain PM orders Iraq troops home EU welcomes 10 new members   Capitals across Europe celebrated as the European Union marked the largest expansion in its history Deadly airport roof collapse D-Day: 'America would do it again' Greece win Euro 2004 over Portugal Armstrong wins 6th Tour de France   Glittering opening for Olympics  The Games returned to their birthplace after 108 years with a glittering ceremony that featured more than 4,000 performers Olympics: Games Close Scarf ban comes into force   Ailing Arafat arrives in Paris  A helicopter carrying Palestinian leader landed after leaving his West Bank compound for the first time in 3 years Gunman kills film director Arafat 'in critical condition' Arafat died  The veteran Palestinian leader has died in a Paris hospital. There is no clear line of succession Doctors: Yushchenko Was Poisoned 'Deal struck' in Turkey-EU talks
Airliner crashes into Red Sea Diana crash investigation ordered Hutton clears Blair, faults BBC MPs back headscarf ban Rail blasts: 200 dead
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Airliner crashes into Red Sea  No survivors likely. A charter with 152 people aboard, most of them French tourists, crashed shortly after takeoff   Diana crash investigation ordered  Most senior policeman is to investigate whether the car crash was more than just an accident Libya signs UTA bombing payout   Hutton clears Blair, faults BBC  A senior judge says the government did not act in a 'dishonorable, underhand or duplicitous' way in its handling of David Kelly Israel and Hezbollah swap prisoners MPs back headscarf ban  The bill, passed by 494 votes to 36, to banned all overt religious symbols from state schools Rail blasts: 200 dead


January 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jan.2  Mistaken identities led to canceled flights
 
Jan.4  Blair visits Iraq, praises troops
Jan.6  
Jan.9
Jan.13  Anger as 'Dr. Death' found hanged
Jan.28  
 BBC chairman quits over Hutton
Jan.29
 BBC apologizes as Dyke quits
Jan.30  Ex-Prime Minister guilty of corruption
 Henin claims Australian crown
Jan.31  BA, Air France cancel U.S. flights


February 2004 ... more > Top ^
Feb.3  Urgent bird flu summit
Feb.4  Blair 'unaware' of WMD threat
Feb.6  18 die in tide
Feb.10  
Feb.18  EU's 'big three' deny power grab
Feb.23  Israeli barrier court test begins
Feb.26  UN warning over spy allegations


March 2004 ... more > Top ^
Mar.7  Conservatives sweep to power
Mar.11  PM vows to catch bombers
 
  A series of co-ordinated bomb attacks on Madrid's commuter trains at the height of the rush hour blamed on ETA
 The attacks took place at the height of rush hour when 3 separate trains were hit by near-simultaneous explosions along the southern part of Madrid's train network. The morning terror strikes at train stations also wounded at least 1,400. The deadliest blast happened on a train entering Atocha station
Mar.14     Poll triumph for Socialists  In a rebuff to the ruling conservative Popular Party, Socialist Workers Party to win 164 seats in the 350-seat parliament Mar.15 PM-elect: Troops out of Iraq Mar.16  Police identify 'bombers' Mar.20 Rallies mark Iraq war anniversary Mar.24  Madrid mourns bombing victims Mar.25     Blair, Gadhafi in historic meeting  Blair: Libya can be an important partner in fighting terrorism if it fulfills its pledge to give up WMDs Mar.30  Explosives find in terror raid Mar.31 Afghanistan wins $8.2bn in aid  Annan announces Cyprus plan

April 2004 ... more > Top ^
Apr.3  One killed in Madrid suburb blast Apr.7 Court frees 9/11 suspect
Apr.14     Bin Laden offers Europe truce  al-Arabiya has aired an audiotape in which Osama Bin Laden offers Europe a truce if it 'stops attacking Muslims' Apr.16  Bush, Blair affirm June 30 Iraq handover Apr.18     Spain PM orders Iraq troops home  New prime minister Zapatero has given orders for Spanish troops to be brought home in 'as short a time as possible' Apr.24 Vote leaves island split

May 2004 ... more > Top ^
May.1   EU welcomes 10 new members
  Capitals across Europe celebrated as the European Union marked the largest expansion in its history
 Cyprus, Czech ,Estonia ,Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia
May.4 Bombs hit Athens police station May.6  Libya to execute Bulgarian medics May.7  UK troops clash with Basra gunmen May.22 Commonwealth reinstates Pakistan May.23   Deadly airport roof collapse
  At least 5 people were killed when a massive section of a vaulted ceiling collapsed at a new passenger terminal May.25  Al-Qaeda 'spurred on' by Iraq war May.26 Porto wins Champions League May.27  U.S. indict British Muslim cleric

June 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jun.2  Computer failure grounds flights Jun.5  Bush: Terror now biggest challenge Jun.6     D-Day: 'America would do it again'  The alliance is strong 'and is still needed today,' U.S. President told veterans commemorating the 1944 landings  Gaudio claims French crown Jun.8 Kidnapped Italians, Pole freed
Jun.13 EU poll blow for ruling parties Jun.17 Child killer Dutroux convicted Jun.18 EU agrees historic constitution

July 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jul.3  Sharapova wins Wimbledon over Serena Jul.4  Federer fights back to retain Wimbledon Jul.5     Greece win Euro 2004 over Portugal  A 57th minute goal from Angelos Charisteas gave Greece a 1-0 victory in one of the biggest upsets in international football Jul.6  President Klestil dies at 71 Jul.9 U.N.: Israel barrier 'violates law'
Jul.13  Bulgarian hostage killed Jul.14 'Serious flaws' in Iraq intelligence Jul.18  France angered over Sharon's call Jul.19 Sharon 'not welcome' in France Jul.24 Militant threat to Australia and Italy Jul.25     Armstrong wins 6th Tour de France  Armstrong, bettered the 5 Tour wins of cycling greats Merckx, Anquetil, Hinault and Miguel Indurain Jul.26  EU to push for sanctions on Sudan Jul.31  French army moves to Sudan border

August 2004 ... more > Top ^
Aug.10 Libya agrees Berlin bomb payout
Aug.12  Stars hurt in crash Aug.13     Glittering opening for Olympics
  The Games returned to their birthplace after 108 years with a glittering ceremony that featured more than 4,000 performers.    The ceremony set to put to memory construction delays and doping scandals. President Stephanopoulos opened the Games. 75,000 spectators...
Aug.15 Schumacher claims record 12th win Aug.17  8 men charged with terror offenses Aug.19  Patterson made gold in all-around Aug.21 Phelps got record-tying 8th medal Aug.22  Gatlin guns to 100m glory Aug.23  Britain's Foreign Secretary flew to Sudan Aug.28  Men's Basketball: Argentina Beats Italy Aug.29   Olympics: Games Close  Greece staged an exuberant closing ceremony to bring the curtain down on the Athens Games  Argentina claims soccer gold

September 2004 ... more > Top ^
Sep.2   Scarf ban comes into force  A law banning headscarves and other religious symbols from state schools came into effec Sep.11  Top cleric feared killed in helicopter crash Sep.22  British hostage pleads for life on video Sep.28 Italians freed, Frenchmen to be released
Sep.29  Hostage Bigley shown in new video

October 2004 ... more > Top ^
Oct.3  Island migrants sent back Oct.8 Hostage Bigley killed
Oct.18  Church wants gay bishop apology Oct.27  Barroso backs down over EU vote  British troops move toward Baghdad Oct.29     Ailing Arafat arrives in Paris
  A helicopter carrying Palestinian leader landed after leaving his West Bank compound for the first time in 3 years
 EU leaders sign new constitution Oct.30  Questions swirl around Arafat's health

November 2004 ... more > Top ^
Nov.2   Gunman kills film director
Map of Amsterdam Netherlands  Theo van Gogh, 47, who made a controversial film about Islamic culture, has been stabbed and shot dead in Amsterdam Nov.4     Arafat 'in critical condition'
  Palestinian leader is at a Paris military hospital after drifting in and out of consciousness throughout the night Nov.5  Arafat on life support  Arafat 'stable' - French doctors Nov.6 France attacks Ivorian airbase Nov.7  France boosts Ivory Coast force Nov.9  Palestinian PM visits Arafat Nov.10  Palestinians plan Arafat funeral  Blast wounds Dutch police in raid Foreigners flee Ivory Coast  'Final hours' for Yasser Arafat     Arafat died
  The veteran Palestinian leader has died in a Paris hospital. There is no clear line of succession.    Yasser Arafat led Palestinian struggle for more than 40 years. He ...
Nov.11  Arafat's body begins final return Nov.12 Bush, Blair hail Mid-East peace hope
Nov.17  Blair and Chirac in London talks Nov.20  Polish woman hostage released Nov.22  Arafat nephew: No poison found  Suspected Bigley death site found

December 2004 ... more > Top ^
Dec.3  Britain, France, Germany Back Annan Dec.11     Doctors: Yushchenko Was Poisoned
  Opposition leader was poisoned by dioxin during presidential election campaign, his Austrian doctors said Dec.15  Bus Hijack Siege Ends, Gunmen Surrender Dec.17     'Deal struck' in Turkey-EU talks  A compromise formula had been agreed in which Turkey to recognise Cyprus by next October  Yushchenko toxin 'in Agent Orange' Dec.22  Blair begins Mideast peace push Former Iraq hostages back in Paris
Dec.24  Pope prays for peace at midnight Mass Dec.25  Pope delivers sombre message


Israel and Hezbollah swap prisoners PM-elect: Troops out of Iraq Rallies mark Iraq war anniversary   Spain PM orders Iraq troops home  New prime minister Zapatero has given orders for Spanish troops to be brought home in 'as short a time as possible'   D-Day: 'America would do it again'  The alliance is strong 'and is still needed today,' U.S. President told veterans commemorating the 1944 landings Kidnapped Italians, Pole freed France attacks Ivorian airbase Bush, Blair hail Mid-East peace hope Airliner crashes into Red Sea  No survivors likely. A charter with 152 people aboard, most of them French tourists, crashed shortly after takeoff Deadly airport roof collapse  At least 5 people were killed when a massive section of a vaulted ceiling collapsed at a new passenger terminal Foreigners flee Ivory Coast Afghanistan wins $8.2bn in aid Gunman kills film director Map of Amsterdam Netherlands  Theo van Gogh, 47, who made a controversial film about Islamic culture, has been stabbed and shot dead in Amsterdam Porto wins Champions League   Greece win Euro 2004 over Portugal  A 57th minute goal from Angelos Charisteas gave Greece a 1-0 victory in one of the biggest upsets in international football   Armstrong wins 6th Tour de France  Armstrong, bettered the 5 Tour wins of cycling greats Merckx, Anquetil, Hinault and Miguel Indurain   Glittering opening for Olympics




European Union, 2004 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
2004
Jan.4  Blair visits Iraq, praises troops
Jan.29
Feb.4  Blair 'unaware' of WMD threat
Mar.15
Mar.20
Apr.18
May.7  UK troops clash with Basra gunmen
Jun.6
Jun.8
Jul.31  French army moves to Sudan border
Oct.27  British troops move toward Baghdad
Nov.6
Nov.7  France boosts Ivory Coast force
Nov.12




European Union, 2004 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2004
Jan.2
Feb.3  Urgent bird flu summit
Feb.6  18 die in tide
May.23
Jun.2  Computer failure grounds flights
Aug.12  Stars hurt in crash
Sep.11  Top cleric feared killed in helicopter crash
Nov.10




European Union, 2004 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2004
Jan.31  BA, Air France cancel U.S. flights
Mar.31
Jun.2  Computer failure grounds flights
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European Union, 2004 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2004
Jan.30  Henin claims Australian crown
May.26
Jun.6  Gaudio claims French crown
Jul.3  Sharapova wins Wimbledon over Serena
Jul.4  Federer fights back to retain Wimbledon
Jul.5
Jul.25
Aug.12  Stars hurt in crash
Aug.13
  The Games returned to their birthplace after 108 years with a glittering ceremony that featured more than 4,000 performers.    The ceremony set to put to memory construction delays and doping scandals. President Stephanopoulos opened the Games. 75,000 spectators...
Aug.15 Schumacher claims record 12th win Aug.19  Patterson made gold in all-around Aug.21 Phelps got record-tying 8th medal Aug.22  Gatlin guns to 100m glory Aug.28  Men's Basketball: Argentina Beats Italy Aug.29 Olympics: Games Close  Greece staged an exuberant closing ceremony to bring the curtain down on the Athens Games Aug.29  Argentina claims soccer gold



European Union, 2004 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2004 Jan.13  Anger as 'Dr. Death' found hanged Jan.30  Ex-Prime Minister guilty of corruption Feb.26  UN warning over spy allegations Mar.11 Rail blasts: 200 dead
  A series of co-ordinated bomb attacks on Madrid's commuter trains at the height of the rush hour blamed on ETA
 The attacks took place at the height of rush hour when 3 separate trains were hit by near-simultaneous explosions along the southern part of Madrid's train network. The morning terror strikes at train stations also wounded at least 1,400. The deadliest blast happened on a train entering Atocha station
Mar.16  Police identify 'bombers' Mar.30  Explosives find in terror raid Apr.3  One killed in Madrid suburb blast Apr.7 Court frees 9/11 suspect
Apr.14   Bin Laden offers Europe truce  al-Arabiya has aired an audiotape in which Osama Bin Laden offers Europe a truce if it 'stops attacking Muslims' May.4 Bombs hit Athens police station May.6  Libya to execute Bulgarian medics May.25  Al-Qaeda 'spurred on' by Iraq war May.27  U.S. indict British Muslim cleric Jun.8 Kidnapped Italians, Pole freed Jun.17 Child killer Dutroux convicted Jul.13  Bulgarian hostage killed Jul.24 Militant threat to Australia and Italy Aug.17  8 men charged with terror offenses Sep.22  British hostage pleads for life on video Sep.28 Italians freed, Frenchmen to be released Sep.29  Hostage Bigley shown in new video Oct.8 Hostage Bigley killed Nov.2 Gunman kills film director
Map of Amsterdam Netherlands  Theo van Gogh, 47, who made a controversial film about Islamic culture, has been stabbed and shot dead in Amsterdam Nov.10  Blast wounds Dutch police in raid Nov.20  Polish woman hostage released Nov.22  Suspected Bigley death site found Dec.11   Doctors: Yushchenko Was Poisoned  Opposition leader was poisoned by dioxin during presidential election campaign, his Austrian doctors said Dec.15  Bus Hijack Siege Ends, Gunmen Surrender Dec.17  Yushchenko toxin 'in Agent Orange'



European Union, 2004 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2004 Jan.2  Mistaken identities led to canceled flights Jan.4  Blair visits Iraq, praises troops Jan.6   Diana crash investigation ordered  Most senior policeman is to investigate whether the car crash was more than just an accident Jan.9 Libya signs UTA bombing payout
Jan.28   Hutton clears Blair, faults BBC  A senior judge says the government did not act in a 'dishonorable, underhand or duplicitous' way in its handling of David Kelly Jan.28  BBC chairman quits over Hutton Jan.29 Israel and Hezbollah swap prisoners Jan.29  BBC apologizes as Dyke quits Feb.3  Urgent bird flu summit Feb.4  Blair 'unaware' of WMD threat Feb.10 MPs back headscarf ban  The bill, passed by 494 votes to 36, to banned all overt religious symbols from state schools Feb.18  EU's 'big three' deny power grab Feb.23  Israeli barrier court test begins Feb.26  UN warning over spy allegations Mar.7  Conservatives sweep to power Mar.11  PM vows to catch bombers Mar.14   Poll triumph for Socialists  In a rebuff to the ruling conservative Popular Party, Socialist Workers Party to win 164 seats in the 350-seat parliament Mar.15 PM-elect: Troops out of Iraq Mar.20 Rallies mark Iraq war anniversary Mar.24  Madrid mourns bombing victims Mar.25   Blair, Gadhafi in historic meeting  Blair: Libya can be an important partner in fighting terrorism if it fulfills its pledge to give up WMDs Mar.31 Afghanistan wins $8.2bn in aid Mar.31  Annan announces Cyprus plan Apr.16  Bush, Blair affirm June 30 Iraq handover Apr.18   Spain PM orders Iraq troops home  New prime minister Zapatero has given orders for Spanish troops to be brought home in 'as short a time as possible' Apr.24 Vote leaves island split May.1 EU welcomes 10 new members
  Capitals across Europe celebrated as the European Union marked the largest expansion in its history
 Cyprus, Czech ,Estonia ,Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia
May.22 Commonwealth reinstates Pakistan
Jun.5  Bush: Terror now biggest challenge Jun.6   D-Day: 'America would do it again'  The alliance is strong 'and is still needed today,' U.S. President told veterans commemorating the 1944 landings Jun.13 EU poll blow for ruling parties Jun.18 EU agrees historic constitution Jul.6  President Klestil dies at 71 Jul.9 U.N.: Israel barrier 'violates law' Jul.14 'Serious flaws' in Iraq intelligence Jul.18  France angered over Sharon's call Jul.19 Sharon 'not welcome' in France Jul.26  EU to push for sanctions on Sudan Aug.10 Libya agrees Berlin bomb payout Aug.23  Britain's Foreign Secretary flew to Sudan Sep.2 Scarf ban comes into force  A law banning headscarves and other religious symbols from state schools came into effec Sep.29  Hostage Bigley shown in new video Oct.3  Island migrants sent back Oct.18  Church wants gay bishop apology Oct.27  Barroso backs down over EU vote Oct.29   Ailing Arafat arrives in Paris
  A helicopter carrying Palestinian leader landed after leaving his West Bank compound for the first time in 3 years
Oct.29  EU leaders sign new constitution Oct.30  Questions swirl around Arafat's health Nov.4   Arafat 'in critical condition'  Palestinian leader is at a Paris military hospital after drifting in and out of consciousness throughout the night Nov.5  Arafat on life support Nov.5  Arafat 'stable' - French doctors Nov.9  Palestinian PM visits Arafat Nov.10  Palestinians plan Arafat funeral Nov.10  'Final hours' for Yasser Arafat Nov.10   Arafat died
  The veteran Palestinian leader has died in a Paris hospital. There is no clear line of succession.    Yasser Arafat led Palestinian struggle for more than 40 years. He ...
Nov.11  Arafat's body begins final return Nov.12 Bush, Blair hail Mid-East peace hope Nov.17  Blair and Chirac in London talks Nov.22  Arafat nephew: No poison found Dec.3  Britain, France, Germany Back Annan Dec.17   'Deal struck' in Turkey-EU talks  A compromise formula had been agreed in which Turkey to recognise Cyprus by next October Dec.22  Blair begins Mideast peace push Dec.22 Former Iraq hostages back in Paris Dec.24  Pope prays for peace at midnight Mass Dec.25  Pope delivers sombre message