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02-04 Rice: Attack on Iran 'not on agenda' London
2. 02-22 Queen to miss Charles' wedding England
D. 02-27 Chelsea wins League Cup Wales
4. 02-28 Leaders vow Palestinian support London
F. 03-06 D Boerse withdraws from takeover London
G. 03-08 Chelsea reach final 8 over Barcelona Chelsea, London
7. 03-11 Government's terror bill passed London
I. 03-16 Police foil huge bank raid London

Summary.     Click for More > World leaders condemn attacks More than 50 dead in blasts Rail blasts 'almost simultaneous' Police: bomber 'very likely' died Vigil for bombing victims Biochemist held in London bombings Former UK Prime Minister Ted Heath dies 4 blasts hit transport Photos released of bomb suspects Police arrest four in bomb probe 4 UK bomb suspects held Police quiz bomb suspects Al Qaeda threatens more UK, U.S. attacks Bomber in tape claim
Rice: Attack on Iran 'not on agenda' Government's terror bill passed Blair calls election for May 5 Prince Charles marries Camilla  A solemn ceremony has blessed the wedding, at which the couple each pledged to be faithful to each other   Blair heads for historic third term  Tony Blair is heading for an 3rd term in government but with a greatly reduced majority G8 ministers back Africa debt deal  Finance ministers have agreed to cancel up to $55 billion worth of debt owed by the world's poorest nations Federer seals Wimbledon hat-trick   London wins 2012 Olympics  London has defeated Paris, bringing the Olympics back to Britain for the first time in more than half a century Bombs kill 52
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  Rice: Attack on Iran 'not on agenda'  U.S. Secretary of State said that an attack on Iran over its nuclear program is 'not on the agenda at this point' Leaders vow Palestinian support Government's terror bill passed  The marathon debate over new proposals has finally ended after more than 30 hours   Blair calls election for May 5  Prime Minister has called Britain's general election after seeing the queen to ask for the dissolution of parliament Prince Charles marries Camilla


February 2005 ... more > Top ^
Feb.4  
Feb.22  Bayern blitz sends Arsenal reeling
 Queen to miss Charles' wedding
Feb.27  Chelsea wins League Cup
Feb.28


March 2005 ... more > Top ^
Mar.6  D Boerse withdraws from takeover
Mar.8  Chelsea reach final 8 over Barcelona
Mar.11  
Mar.16  Police foil huge bank raid
Mar.31  Chelsea fined and Mourinho banned


April 2005 ... more > Top ^
Apr.5  
Apr.6  Chelsea 4-2 Bayern Munich
Apr.9  
  A solemn ceremony has blessed the wedding, at which the couple each pledged to be faithful to each other
Apr.12  Chelsea reach semis over Bayern Apr.13  Liverpool win 2-1 on aggregate Apr.17  Radcliffe wins Marathon Apr.30 Chelsea gets 1st championship in 50 years

May 2005 ... more > Top ^
May.3 Garcia fires Liverpool into final
May.5     Blair heads for historic third term
  Tony Blair is heading for an 3rd term in government but with a greatly reduced majority
May.21  Arsenal win Cup in penalty drama

June 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jun.1  Chelsea, Mourinho and Cole guilty Jun.6 Paris, London Olympic bids praised Jun.11   G8 ministers back Africa debt deal
  Finance ministers have agreed to cancel up to $55 billion worth of debt owed by the world's poorest nations
Jun.25  Craybas ousts Serena Williams Jun.28  Champion Sharapova makes last four Jun.29  Federer gets to semifinals Jun.30 Williams ends Sharapova's defence

July 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jul.1 Federer cruises to final over Hewitt
 Davenport completes semifinal win Jul.2 Williams regains Wimbledon title Roddick fights his way into final Jul.3     Federer seals Wimbledon hat-trick  World number one produced a near-perfect performance to beat Roddick 6-2 7-6 (7-2) 6-4  Paris rule out London complaint Jul.6     London wins 2012 Olympics
  London has defeated Paris, bringing the Olympics back to Britain for the first time in more than half a century
Jul.7   Bombs kill 52
  A series of 4 'callous' and coordinated bombings in transport system. Power failed on crowded underground trains
 3 blasts took place in the subway system and one more hit a double-decker bus, all within an hour at morning rush. Prime Minister Tony Blair praised 'the stoicism and resilience of the people of London' in the face of the bloodshed. The Union Jack flew at half-staff over Buckingham Palace
  World leaders condemn attacks  The leaders expressed their condolences to the British people and sent messages to Blair that they were united Massive hunt for bombers Jul.8   More than 50 dead in blasts  Police warned that additional attacks were possible. One train 'still contains a number of bodies' Bombings sites combed for clues Jul.9   Rail blasts 'almost simultaneous'  Relatives continued a search for the missing in the London bombings that killed at least 50 people Bombs 'probably work of Britons' Jul.10 Bomb bodies removed as UK mourns Jul.12 Bomb probe troops blast into home   Police: bomber 'very likely' died  Police are focusing their investigation of terrorist attacks on 4 men who could have been suicide bombers Jul.13 Europe to remember victims Jul.14   Vigil for bombing victims
  Thousands have attended a vigil in Trafalgar Square, to remember the victims and thank emergency crews Bombing link to 2004 raid Jul.15   Biochemist held in London bombings
  Police have arrested a biochemist sought in connection with the London terrorist attacks Muslim leaders in call for action Jul.16 Biochemist has 'no al-Qaeda link' Image of bombers' deadly journey Jul.17   Former UK Prime Minister Ted Heath dies  Sir Edward Heath was a former prime minister defeated in government by pay strikes and in opposition by Thatcher  Britain looks to extend war on terror Jul.18  Three UK bombers visited Pakistan Jul.19 Atta's father praises bombers Jul.21   4 blasts hit transport  Explosions have hit 3 Underground stations came two weeks to the day since July 7 terror attacks Police: Latest bombers failed Blasts probe turns to evidence Jul.22   Photos released of bomb suspects  Police want to trace men in connection with attempted bomb attacks on London's transport system Jul.23  Second arrest in attempted attacks Man shot was Brazilian Jul.26 2 bomb suspects are African immigrants   Police arrest four in bomb probe  The men have been arrested in Birmingham in connection with the attempted bombings on July 21 Jul.27 Police arrest suspect in failed bombing Jul.28  Bombings: 12 more arrests Jul.29 Bomb suspects held   4 UK bomb suspects held  All men suspected of planting failed bombs on July 21 are in custody after raids in London and Rome Jul.30   Police quiz bomb suspects  British police are questioning 4 suspects as Italian officials started extradition proceedings against another Jul.31  Bomb suspect: 'No 7/7, al Qaeda links'

August 2005 ... more > Top ^
Aug.4     Al Qaeda threatens more UK, U.S. attacks
  Osama bin Laden's No. 2 man is saying that Tony Blair would be to blame Aug.11 Thousands stranded by air strike


September 2005 ... more > Top ^
Sep.1   Bomber in tape claim
  Al-Jazeera broadcast a videotape of Mohammed Siddiq claiming responsibility for the July 7 bombings Sep.13  UK shoot-to-kill policy defended Sep.20  Bombers 'staged dry run' Sep.22  Extradited bomb suspect charged

October 2005 ... more > Top ^
Oct.21  Abramovich goal: Chelsea supremacy Oct.26  EU heads to discuss globalisation

November 2005 ... more > Top ^
Nov.8 Protesters greet China's Hu


December 2005 ... more > Top ^
Dec.23  Games possibly won on voting error Dec.31  Strike by subway workers


G8 ministers back Africa debt deal




London, 2005 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2005
Mar.6  D Boerse withdraws from takeover
Jun.11
  Finance ministers have agreed to cancel up to $55 billion worth of debt owed by the world's poorest nations
Aug.11 Thousands stranded by air strike
Dec.31  Strike by subway workers



London, 2005 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2005 Feb.22  Bayern blitz sends Arsenal reeling Feb.27  Chelsea wins League Cup Mar.8  Chelsea reach final 8 over Barcelona Mar.31  Chelsea fined and Mourinho banned Apr.6  Chelsea 4-2 Bayern Munich Apr.12  Chelsea reach semis over Bayern Apr.13  Liverpool win 2-1 on aggregate Apr.17  Radcliffe wins Marathon Apr.30 Chelsea gets 1st championship in 50 years
May.3 Garcia fires Liverpool into final May.21  Arsenal win Cup in penalty drama Jun.1  Chelsea, Mourinho and Cole guilty Jun.6 Paris, London Olympic bids praised Jun.25  Craybas ousts Serena Williams Jun.28  Champion Sharapova makes last four Jun.29  Federer gets to semifinals Jun.30 Williams ends Sharapova's defence Jul.1 Federer cruises to final over Hewitt Jul.1  Davenport completes semifinal win Jul.2 Williams regains Wimbledon title Jul.2 Roddick fights his way into final Jul.3   Federer seals Wimbledon hat-trick  World number one produced a near-perfect performance to beat Roddick 6-2 7-6 (7-2) 6-4 Jul.3  Paris rule out London complaint Jul.6   London wins 2012 Olympics
  London has defeated Paris, bringing the Olympics back to Britain for the first time in more than half a century
Oct.21  Abramovich goal: Chelsea supremacy Dec.23  Games possibly won on voting error



London, 2005 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2005 Mar.11 Government's terror bill passed  The marathon debate over new proposals has finally ended after more than 30 hours Mar.16  Police foil huge bank raid Jul.7 Bombs kill 52
  A series of 4 'callous' and coordinated bombings in transport system. Power failed on crowded underground trains
 3 blasts took place in the subway system and one more hit a double-decker bus, all within an hour at morning rush. Prime Minister Tony Blair praised 'the stoicism and resilience of the people of London' in the face of the bloodshed. The Union Jack flew at half-staff over Buckingham Palace
Jul.7 Massive hunt for bombers Jul.8 More than 50 dead in blasts  Police warned that additional attacks were possible. One train 'still contains a number of bodies' Jul.8 Bombings sites combed for clues Jul.9 Rail blasts 'almost simultaneous'  Relatives continued a search for the missing in the London bombings that killed at least 50 people Jul.9 Bombs 'probably work of Britons' Jul.10 Bomb bodies removed as UK mourns Jul.12 Bomb probe troops blast into home Jul.12 Police: bomber 'very likely' died  Police are focusing their investigation of terrorist attacks on 4 men who could have been suicide bombers Jul.14 Bombing link to 2004 raid Jul.15 Biochemist held in London bombings
  Police have arrested a biochemist sought in connection with the London terrorist attacks Jul.16 Biochemist has 'no al-Qaeda link' Jul.16 Image of bombers' deadly journey Jul.17  Britain looks to extend war on terror Jul.18  Three UK bombers visited Pakistan Jul.19 Atta's father praises bombers Jul.21 4 blasts hit transport
  Explosions have hit 3 Underground stations came two weeks to the day since July 7 terror attacks Jul.21 Police: Latest bombers failed Jul.21 Blasts probe turns to evidence Jul.22 Photos released of bomb suspects  Police want to trace men in connection with attempted bomb attacks on London's transport system Jul.23  Second arrest in attempted attacks Jul.26 2 bomb suspects are African immigrants Jul.26 Police arrest four in bomb probe  The men have been arrested in Birmingham in connection with the attempted bombings on July 21 Jul.27 Police arrest suspect in failed bombing Jul.28  Bombings: 12 more arrests Jul.29 Bomb suspects held Jul.29 4 UK bomb suspects held  All men suspected of planting failed bombs on July 21 are in custody after raids in London and Rome Jul.30 Police quiz bomb suspects  British police are questioning 4 suspects as Italian officials started extradition proceedings against another Jul.31  Bomb suspect: 'No 7/7, al Qaeda links' Aug.4   Al Qaeda threatens more UK, U.S. attacks  Osama bin Laden's No. 2 man is saying that Tony Blair would be to blame Sep.1 Bomber in tape claim  Al-Jazeera broadcast a videotape of Mohammed Siddiq claiming responsibility for the July 7 bombings Sep.13  UK shoot-to-kill policy defended Sep.20  Bombers 'staged dry run' Sep.22  Extradited bomb suspect charged



London, 2005 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2005 Feb.4   Rice: Attack on Iran 'not on agenda'  U.S. Secretary of State said that an attack on Iran over its nuclear program is 'not on the agenda at this point' Feb.22  Queen to miss Charles' wedding Feb.28 Leaders vow Palestinian support
Mar.11 Government's terror bill passed  The marathon debate over new proposals has finally ended after more than 30 hours Apr.5   Blair calls election for May 5  Prime Minister has called Britain's general election after seeing the queen to ask for the dissolution of parliament Apr.9 Prince Charles marries Camilla
  A solemn ceremony has blessed the wedding, at which the couple each pledged to be faithful to each other
May.5   Blair heads for historic third term
  Tony Blair is heading for an 3rd term in government but with a greatly reduced majority
Jun.11 G8 ministers back Africa debt deal
  Finance ministers have agreed to cancel up to $55 billion worth of debt owed by the world's poorest nations
Jul.7 World leaders condemn attacks  The leaders expressed their condolences to the British people and sent messages to Blair that they were united Jul.10 Bomb bodies removed as UK mourns Jul.13 Europe to remember victims Jul.14 Vigil for bombing victims  Thousands have attended a vigil in Trafalgar Square, to remember the victims and thank emergency crews Jul.15 Muslim leaders in call for action Jul.17 Former UK Prime Minister Ted Heath dies  Sir Edward Heath was a former prime minister defeated in government by pay strikes and in opposition by Thatcher Jul.23 Man shot was Brazilian Oct.26  EU heads to discuss globalisation Nov.8 Protesters greet China's Hu