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03-18 Labor law protests turn violent Paris
C. 04-10 France to replace youth job law Paris
3. 07-01 Vintage France beat holders Brazil Frankfurt, West Germany
4. 07-27 Landis gives positive drugs test France
F. 09-23 Probe into 'Bin Laden death' leak Paris
G. 10-12 French in Armenia 'genocide' row Paris

Summary.     Click for More > Zidane blames Materazzi insults Landis secures Tour de France win Landis gives positive drugs test U.S., France draft truce deal goes to U.N. France boosts Lebanon peace force Chirac doubts Lebanon force size   Probe into 'Bin Laden death' leak  Chirac has ordered an inquiry into the leak of a French secret service memo claiming that Osama had died   French in Armenia 'genocide' row   French parliament approved a bill making it a crime to deny Armenians suffered genocide by Ottoman Turks Power cuts strike western Europe France issues Rwanda warrants Tests 'prove' Diana driver drunk
Labor law protests turn violent  The clashes resulted in 4 injured police officers and 12 hurt protesters.49 people were detained Unions reject Chirac 'compromise' More than 1 million protest jobs law Unions press for law repeal France to replace youth job law Lehmann sent off as Barca triumph Henin-Hardenne retains title Nadal completes French Open double   Vintage France beat holders Brazil   Henry's superb volley sent holders out of the World Cup as France moved into the semi-finals Penalty puts France over Portugal Mauresmo's Wimbledon title triumph   Italy wins World Cup over France
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Amelie Mauresmo wins Australian Papers reprint Islam row cartoons Anger grows over Muhammad cartoon Face patient wants 'normal life' Chirac warns media over cartoons France confirms presence of H5N1 France confirms bird flu strain Violent protests: 300 held Job protests grip French cities Labor law protests turn violent


January 2006 ... more > Top ^
Jan.6  Former VP says Syria's president a traitor
Jan.15  Alphand wins Dakar Rally
Jan.19  Slutskaya passes Henie with 7 Euro title
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February 2006 ... more > Top ^
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Feb.12  Deneriaz flies to downhill victory
Feb.15  Chirac orders 'toxic' warship home
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Feb.22  Convictions for Diana paparazzi
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Feb.26  France vaccinates poultry flocks


March 2006 ... more > Top ^
Mar.1  'Tennis drugs' trial opens
Mar.9  Students 'taken hostage'
Mar.11  Fourth flight for biggest Ariane
Mar.12  Landis gives U.S. second race win
Mar.16  Violence flares at rallies
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  The clashes resulted in 4 injured police officers and 12 hurt protesters.49 people were detained.    Scattered bonfires, bottle-throwing, smoke filled barricaded streets. Students and union workers upset about a n...
 Riots erupt after protests Mar.19  France secure title after triumph  PM 'set to stand firm' Mar.24  Labour law talks deadlock Mar.31 Chirac to sign job law   Unions reject Chirac 'compromise'  Trade unions and students have condemned a decision to sign into law a controversial youth labour bill

April 2006 ... more > Top ^
Apr.3 France braces for mass protests
Apr.4   More than 1 million protest jobs law  Protesters are hoping to kill a new law that will allow employers to more easily hire and fire young workers  Inzaghi double destroys Lyon dream  Unions to discuss job law Apr.5   Unions press for law repeal  Union leaders will press for a full repeal of a controversial new labor law in talks with the government Apr.8 Man who burned woman alive jailed Apr.10   France to replace youth job law  President Chirac has announced that the new law that sparked weeks violent protests will be scrapped Apr.16  Impressive Bos takes a second gold

May 2006 ... more > Top ^
May.2 U.S. confident of Iran sanctions
May.10  France remembers slavery victims May.16  Toxic ship returns home May.17  Gatlin loses his 100 meters record   Lehmann sent off as Barca triumph  Arsenal goalkeeper became the first player sent off in a European Cup final as Barcelona triumphed 2-1 MPs back French immigration bill May.21  Melandri profits as Rossi retires May.28  Federer, Sharapova pass early tests May.31  Report clears Armstrong of doping

June 2006 ... more > Top ^
Jun.3  Henin-Hardenne, Hingis, Clijsters roll  Nadal wins five-hour grind Jun.4  Safina rallies to shock Sharapova  Top seed Federer crushes Berdych  Mauresmo crash out by Vaidisova Jun.6  Vaidisova, Clijsters charge into semifinals  Federer 'straight' into semifinals  Government fined for deporting Jews Jun.7  Djokovic quits as Nadal marches on Jun.8  Henin, Kuznetsova get to final showdown Jun.9  Federer reaches first French final Jun.10   Henin-Hardenne retains title  Justine won her 3rd French Open title when she defeated Russian Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-4 6-4 Jun.11   Nadal completes French Open double   Rafael Nadal beat arch-rival Federer and claim his second French Open title in successive years at Roland Garros Jun.14  25 jailed for attack plot Jun.18  France held after dominating Korea Jun.20  Tribal art museum unveiled Jun.23  France defeat Togo to clinch place Jun.27  Zidane glee as France floor Spain Jun.30 Ullrich and Basso out of Le Tour


July 2006 ... more > Top ^
Jul.1  Tour prologue victory for Hushovd     Vintage France beat holders Brazil
Map of Frankfurt Germany
  Henry's superb volley sent holders out of the World Cup as France moved into the semi-finals.    Inspired by man-of-the-match Zidane, France were better in the first half, but failed to create chances to trouble Di...
Jul.2  EADS and Airbus bosses both quit Jul.5     Penalty puts France over Portugal   Zidane's first-half penalty gave a 1-0 win to hand France a place in the World Cup final Jul.6 Mauresmo ousts Sharapova in semis Jul.7  McEwen sprints to third stage win Jul.8     Mauresmo's Wimbledon title triumph  Amelie Mauresmo came from a set down to take the title for the first time after an absorbing final with Henin-Hardenne  Honchar in yellow after stage win Jul.9  Calzati wins Tour's eighth stage     Italy wins World Cup over France
  Italy wins by penalties, 5-3: .Zidane scores on 7 min. Materazzi atones for giving away the penalty. Zidane red-carded
 Henry eluded 3 defenders and almost set up Malouda. Italy and France were tied 1-1 at the end of 90 minutes
Jul.10   Zidane blames Materazzi insults
  Zidane's agent says the France captain headbutted Materazzi because the Italian made a very serious comment Jul.12 Zidane Apologizes  Punishment threatened again for Iran Jul.14  Chirac warns of 'African flood' Jul.15  Voigt wins as Pereiro takes yellow Jul.16 Schumacher claims historic victory  Fedrigo triumphs after Tour crash Jul.19  Lives at risk amid Europe heatwave Jul.20 Zidane given ban and fine by Fifa  Landis decimates his rivals on 17th stage Jul.22  Landis wrests yellow from Pereiro Jul.23   Landis secures Tour de France win  American sealed his first Tour de France triumph after 20th and last stage won by Norway's Thor Hushovd Jul.24  Heat fears as medics strike Jul.27   Landis gives positive drugs test
  Phonak team: Tour de France winner has tested positive for the male sex hormone testosterone

August 2006 ... more > Top ^
Aug.5     U.S., France draft truce deal goes to U.N.
  Security Council will receive the proposal and discuss it later Landis returns positive B sample
I am the Tour champion - Pereiro Aug.24   France boosts Lebanon peace force
  President Chirac has pledged an additional 1,600 troops to the UN force in south Lebanon Aug.25     Chirac doubts Lebanon force size  French President has said sending 15,000 peacekeeping troops to southern Lebanon is 'excessive'

September 2006 ... more > Top ^
Sep.6  Govou double gives France revenge Sep.13  Real fall to Fred and Tiago double Sep.22  Remains of soldier killed in WWI identified Sep.23     Probe into 'Bin Laden death' leak
  Chirac has ordered an inquiry into the leak of a French secret service memo claiming that Osama had died
Sep.27 Zero-gravity surgery 'a success'

October 2006 ... more > Top ^
Oct.8  France to ban smoking in public Oct.11 Train crash kills 12
Oct.12     French in Armenia 'genocide' row
  French parliament approved a bill making it a crime to deny Armenians suffered genocide by Ottoman Turks
 Armenia says Turks killed 1.5m people systematically in 1915. The bill provides for a year in jail and a heavy fine
 Turkey condemns 'genocide' vote Oct.26  Jail for al-Qaeda-linked plotter Oct.27 Riots haunt Parisians a year on

November 2006 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1  Airport bars Muslim staff Nov.2  France to declassify Rwanda files Nov.4   Power cuts strike western Europe  The outage started in Germany, and then spread to other parts of Europe. 5 million people in France lost power Nov.5  Davydenko powers to Masters' victory Nov.15  Turkey ends French military ties Nov.16 Socialists vote for Royal
Nov.21  Rwandan leader named in assassin. plot Nov.22  Le Pen struggles to find backers Nov.23   France issues Rwanda warrants  A judge has issued international arrest warrants for 9 close aides of President Paul Kagame Nov.24  Rwanda severs relations with France

December 2006 ... more > Top ^
Dec.6  France: Iran facing U.N. sanctions Dec.7  Riot probe confirms chase Dec.8   Tests 'prove' Diana driver drunk
  DNA tests on blood samples appear to prove Henri Paul was drunk on the night of her fatal accident Dec.22 Britain, France push for vote on Iran
Dec.27 Space telescope to hunt planets


  U.S., France draft truce deal goes to U.N.  Security Council will receive the proposal and discuss it later France boosts Lebanon peace force  President Chirac has pledged an additional 1,600 troops to the UN force in south Lebanon   Chirac doubts Lebanon force size  French President has said sending 15,000 peacekeeping troops to southern Lebanon is 'excessive'   French in Armenia 'genocide' row




France, 2006 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
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Feb.15  Chirac orders 'toxic' warship home
Aug.5
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Sep.22  Remains of soldier killed in WWI identified
Oct.12
  French parliament approved a bill making it a crime to deny Armenians suffered genocide by Ottoman Turks
 Armenia says Turks killed 1.5m people systematically in 1915. The bill provides for a year in jail and a heavy fine
Nov.15  Turkey ends French military ties



France, 2006 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2006 Feb.15  Chirac orders 'toxic' warship home Feb.18 France confirms presence of H5N1
Feb.24 France confirms bird flu strain Feb.26  France vaccinates poultry flocks May.16  Toxic ship returns home Jul.19  Lives at risk amid Europe heatwave Jul.24  Heat fears as medics strike Oct.11 Train crash kills 12 Nov.4 Power cuts strike western Europe  The outage started in Germany, and then spread to other parts of Europe. 5 million people in France lost power



France, 2006 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2006 Feb.6 Face patient wants 'normal life'
Mar.16  Violence flares at rallies Mar.18 Job protests grip French cities Mar.24  Labour law talks deadlock Apr.4 More than 1 million protest jobs law  Protesters are hoping to kill a new law that will allow employers to more easily hire and fire young workers Apr.4  Unions to discuss job law May.16  Toxic ship returns home Jun.20  Tribal art museum unveiled Jul.2  EADS and Airbus bosses both quit Jul.24  Heat fears as medics strike Sep.27 Zero-gravity surgery 'a success'



France, 2006 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2006 Jan.15  Alphand wins Dakar Rally Jan.19  Slutskaya passes Henie with 7 Euro title Jan.27 Amelie Mauresmo wins Australian
Feb.12  Deneriaz flies to downhill victory Mar.12  Landis gives U.S. second race win Mar.19  France secure title after triumph Apr.4  Inzaghi double destroys Lyon dream Apr.16  Impressive Bos takes a second gold May.17  Gatlin loses his 100 meters record May.17 Lehmann sent off as Barca triumph  Arsenal goalkeeper became the first player sent off in a European Cup final as Barcelona triumphed 2-1 May.21  Melandri profits as Rossi retires May.28  Federer, Sharapova pass early tests May.31  Report clears Armstrong of doping Jun.3  Henin-Hardenne, Hingis, Clijsters roll Jun.3  Nadal wins five-hour grind Jun.4  Safina rallies to shock Sharapova Jun.4  Top seed Federer crushes Berdych Jun.4  Mauresmo crash out by Vaidisova Jun.6  Vaidisova, Clijsters charge into semifinals Jun.6  Federer 'straight' into semifinals Jun.7  Djokovic quits as Nadal marches on Jun.8  Henin, Kuznetsova get to final showdown Jun.9  Federer reaches first French final Jun.10 Henin-Hardenne retains title  Justine won her 3rd French Open title when she defeated Russian Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-4 6-4 Jun.11 Nadal completes French Open double   Rafael Nadal beat arch-rival Federer and claim his second French Open title in successive years at Roland Garros Jun.18  France held after dominating Korea Jun.23  France defeat Togo to clinch place Jun.27  Zidane glee as France floor Spain Jun.30 Ullrich and Basso out of Le Tour Jul.1  Tour prologue victory for Hushovd Jul.1   Vintage France beat holders Brazil Map of Frankfurt Germany
  Henry's superb volley sent holders out of the World Cup as France moved into the semi-finals.    Inspired by man-of-the-match Zidane, France were better in the first half, but failed to create chances to trouble Di...
Jul.5   Penalty puts France over Portugal   Zidane's first-half penalty gave a 1-0 win to hand France a place in the World Cup final Jul.6 Mauresmo ousts Sharapova in semis Jul.7  McEwen sprints to third stage win Jul.8   Mauresmo's Wimbledon title triumph  Amelie Mauresmo came from a set down to take the title for the first time after an absorbing final with Henin-Hardenne Jul.8  Honchar in yellow after stage win Jul.9  Calzati wins Tour's eighth stage Jul.9   Italy wins World Cup over France
  Italy wins by penalties, 5-3: .Zidane scores on 7 min. Materazzi atones for giving away the penalty. Zidane red-carded
 Henry eluded 3 defenders and almost set up Malouda. Italy and France were tied 1-1 at the end of 90 minutes
Jul.10 Zidane blames Materazzi insults
  Zidane's agent says the France captain headbutted Materazzi because the Italian made a very serious comment Jul.12 Zidane Apologizes Jul.15  Voigt wins as Pereiro takes yellow Jul.16 Schumacher claims historic victory Jul.16  Fedrigo triumphs after Tour crash Jul.20 Zidane given ban and fine by Fifa Jul.20  Landis decimates his rivals on 17th stage Jul.22  Landis wrests yellow from Pereiro Jul.23 Landis secures Tour de France win  American sealed his first Tour de France triumph after 20th and last stage won by Norway's Thor Hushovd Jul.27 Landis gives positive drugs test
  Phonak team: Tour de France winner has tested positive for the male sex hormone testosterone Aug.5 Landis returns positive B sample Aug.5 I am the Tour champion - Pereiro Sep.6  Govou double gives France revenge Sep.13  Real fall to Fred and Tiago double Nov.5  Davydenko powers to Masters' victory



France, 2006 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2006 Feb.22  Convictions for Diana paparazzi Mar.1  'Tennis drugs' trial opens Mar.9  Students 'taken hostage' Mar.18 Labor law protests turn violent
  The clashes resulted in 4 injured police officers and 12 hurt protesters.49 people were detained.    Scattered bonfires, bottle-throwing, smoke filled barricaded streets. Students and union workers upset about a n...
Mar.18  Riots erupt after protests Apr.8 Man who burned woman alive jailed Jun.14  25 jailed for attack plot Jul.2  EADS and Airbus bosses both quit Sep.23   Probe into 'Bin Laden death' leak
  Chirac has ordered an inquiry into the leak of a French secret service memo claiming that Osama had died
Oct.26  Jail for al-Qaeda-linked plotter Nov.21  Rwandan leader named in assassin. plot Nov.23 France issues Rwanda warrants  A judge has issued international arrest warrants for 9 close aides of President Paul Kagame Dec.7  Riot probe confirms chase Dec.8 Tests 'prove' Diana driver drunk   DNA tests on blood samples appear to prove Henri Paul was drunk on the night of her fatal accident



France, 2006 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2006 Jan.6  Former VP says Syria's president a traitor Feb.1 Papers reprint Islam row cartoons Feb.2 Anger grows over Muhammad cartoon Feb.8 Chirac warns media over cartoons Mar.11  Fourth flight for biggest Ariane Mar.16  Violence flares at rallies Mar.17 Violent protests: 300 held Mar.18 Job protests grip French cities Mar.18 Labor law protests turn violent
  The clashes resulted in 4 injured police officers and 12 hurt protesters.49 people were detained.    Scattered bonfires, bottle-throwing, smoke filled barricaded streets. Students and union workers upset about a n...
Mar.19  PM 'set to stand firm' Mar.24  Labour law talks deadlock Mar.31 Chirac to sign job law Mar.31 Unions reject Chirac 'compromise'  Trade unions and students have condemned a decision to sign into law a controversial youth labour bill Apr.3 France braces for mass protests Apr.4 More than 1 million protest jobs law  Protesters are hoping to kill a new law that will allow employers to more easily hire and fire young workers Apr.4  Unions to discuss job law Apr.5 Unions press for law repeal  Union leaders will press for a full repeal of a controversial new labor law in talks with the government Apr.10 France to replace youth job law  President Chirac has announced that the new law that sparked weeks violent protests will be scrapped May.2 U.S. confident of Iran sanctions May.10  France remembers slavery victims May.17 MPs back French immigration bill Jun.6  Government fined for deporting Jews Jul.12  Punishment threatened again for Iran Jul.14  Chirac warns of 'African flood' Aug.5   U.S., France draft truce deal goes to U.N.  Security Council will receive the proposal and discuss it later Aug.25   Chirac doubts Lebanon force size  French President has said sending 15,000 peacekeeping troops to southern Lebanon is 'excessive' Sep.23   Probe into 'Bin Laden death' leak
  Chirac has ordered an inquiry into the leak of a French secret service memo claiming that Osama had died
Oct.8  France to ban smoking in public Oct.12   French in Armenia 'genocide' row
  French parliament approved a bill making it a crime to deny Armenians suffered genocide by Ottoman Turks
 Armenia says Turks killed 1.5m people systematically in 1915. The bill provides for a year in jail and a heavy fine
Oct.12  Turkey condemns 'genocide' vote Oct.27 Riots haunt Parisians a year on Nov.1  Airport bars Muslim staff Nov.2  France to declassify Rwanda files Nov.15  Turkey ends French military ties Nov.16 Socialists vote for Royal Nov.22  Le Pen struggles to find backers Nov.24  Rwanda severs relations with France Dec.6  France: Iran facing U.N. sanctions Dec.22 Britain, France push for vote on Iran Dec.27 Space telescope to hunt planets