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Raikkonen win revives title hopes  McLaren's Kimi Raikkonen made an impressive victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix Dibaba leads Ethiopian clean sweep  The 19-year-old led a clean sweep of the women's 10,000 meters on the first day of the world championships Gatlin strides to 100 meters glory   Justin Gatlin added world championship gold to his Olympic title with a commanding victory in Helsinki Dibaba completes a unique double Map of Helsinki Finland  Ethiopian added the 10,000 meters title to her 5,000 gold in Helsinki Ramzi claims historic track double  Rashid Ramzi added the men's 800 meters gold to his earlier 1500m title Aceh rebels sign peace agreement
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Talks on Aceh's future end early  Talks between Indonesian officials and separatist rebels have ended a day ahead of schedule Stolen Munch paintings recovered  2 works were recovered less than 24 hours after thieves prised them from the walls of an upscale restaurant Raikkonen wins Grand Prix Raikkonen cruises to Grand Prix win  Kimi Raikkonen claimed a lights-to-flag victory for his second successive win this season Raikkonen wins Grand Prix  McLaren's Finn won a dramatic Grand Prix to breathe life back into the world championship Aceh rebels agree to peace deal
  Somber Swedes await Thailand toll  Thailand's tsunami death toll could reach 8,000, with more than 50% of those foreign tourists holidaying   Missing boy, 12, feared kidnapped  The grandfather of a 12-year-old Swedish boy said reports have given him hope he is still alive Aceh rebel talks set to begin


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  Delegates from the Indonesian government and Aceh rebels have agreed a tentative deal
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  The Indonesian government and Aceh rebels have signed a peace deal to end their nearly 30-year conflict
Aug.21   Raikkonen triumphant in GP  Kimi Raikkonen won the first Turkish Grand Prix in Istanbul. Fernando Alonso snatched second place

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Sep.11   Raikkonen won Grand Prix  McLaren's Kimi Raikkonen keeps Renault's Fernando Alonso waiting for the Formula One title

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Oct.7     IAEA, ElBaradei win Nobel peace prize
  The U.N. nuclear watchdog and its head won the prize for their efforts to limit the spread of atomic weapons
Oct.9   Raikkonen charges to Grand Prix victory  McLaren charged from 17th place on the starting grid to seize victory on the last lap Oct.10     Game theory economists win Nobel  Israeli and U.S. citizen Aumann and American Schelling won the Prize for their work in game-theory analysis Oct.12     Win enough to put Sweden in finals  Sweden eased through to the World Cup finals with a 3-1 win over Iceland Oct.18   Fleeing trawler heads for Russia  Norwegian ships are chasing the Elektron across the Arctics after it fled an inspection with 2 inspectors on board

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Dec.9     ElBaradei: World losing patience with Iran
  The head of the IAEA has said the world is losing patience with Iran over its nuclear program Dec.29     Row deepens over Danish cartoons
  Arab foreign ministers have condemned the failing to act against a newspaper that published cartoons of the Prophet





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Jul.16
  Delegates from the Indonesian government and Aceh rebels have agreed a tentative deal
Aug.15 Aceh rebels sign peace agreement
  The Indonesian government and Aceh rebels have signed a peace deal to end their nearly 30-year conflict
Oct.7   IAEA, ElBaradei win Nobel peace prize
  The U.N. nuclear watchdog and its head won the prize for their efforts to limit the spread of atomic weapons
Dec.9   ElBaradei: World losing patience with Iran  The head of the IAEA has said the world is losing patience with Iran over its nuclear program



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2005 Jan.1   Somber Swedes await Thailand toll  Thailand's tsunami death toll could reach 8,000, with more than 50% of those foreign tourists holidaying



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2005 Oct.10   Game theory economists win Nobel  Israeli and U.S. citizen Aumann and American Schelling won the Prize for their work in game-theory analysis



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2005 May.8 Raikkonen wins Grand Prix May.22 Raikkonen cruises to Grand Prix win  Kimi Raikkonen claimed a lights-to-flag victory for his second successive win this season Jun.12 Raikkonen wins Grand Prix  McLaren's Finn won a dramatic Grand Prix to breathe life back into the world championship Jul.31 Raikkonen win revives title hopes  McLaren's Kimi Raikkonen made an impressive victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix Aug.6 Dibaba leads Ethiopian clean sweep  The 19-year-old led a clean sweep of the women's 10,000 meters on the first day of the world championships Aug.7 Gatlin strides to 100 meters glory   Justin Gatlin added world championship gold to his Olympic title with a commanding victory in Helsinki Aug.13 Dibaba completes a unique double Map of Helsinki Finland  Ethiopian added the 10,000 meters title to her 5,000 gold in Helsinki Aug.14 Ramzi claims historic track double  Rashid Ramzi added the men's 800 meters gold to his earlier 1500m title Aug.21 Raikkonen triumphant in GP  Kimi Raikkonen won the first Turkish Grand Prix in Istanbul. Fernando Alonso snatched second place Sep.11 Raikkonen won Grand Prix  McLaren's Kimi Raikkonen keeps Renault's Fernando Alonso waiting for the Formula One title Oct.9 Raikkonen charges to Grand Prix victory  McLaren charged from 17th place on the starting grid to seize victory on the last lap Oct.12   Win enough to put Sweden in finals  Sweden eased through to the World Cup finals with a 3-1 win over Iceland



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2005 Jan.5   Missing boy, 12, feared kidnapped  The grandfather of a 12-year-old Swedish boy said reports have given him hope he is still alive Mar.7 Stolen Munch paintings recovered  2 works were recovered less than 24 hours after thieves prised them from the walls of an upscale restaurant Oct.18 Fleeing trawler heads for Russia  Norwegian ships are chasing the Elektron across the Arctics after it fled an inspection with 2 inspectors on board



Scandinavia, 2005 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.27 Aceh rebel talks set to begin
  A top-level Indonesian delegation is due to meet separatist leaders, in an effort to end the 29-year conflict
Jan.29 Talks on Aceh's future end early  Talks between Indonesian officials and separatist rebels have ended a day ahead of schedule Jul.16 Aceh rebels agree to peace deal
  Delegates from the Indonesian government and Aceh rebels have agreed a tentative deal
Aug.15 Aceh rebels sign peace agreement
  The Indonesian government and Aceh rebels have signed a peace deal to end their nearly 30-year conflict
Oct.7   IAEA, ElBaradei win Nobel peace prize
  The U.N. nuclear watchdog and its head won the prize for their efforts to limit the spread of atomic weapons
Dec.29   Row deepens over Danish cartoons
  Arab foreign ministers have condemned the failing to act against a newspaper that published cartoons of the Prophet