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Birthday walkabout for queen at 80 Blair suffers local poll defeat Embattled Blair axes top ministers Lehmann sent off as Barca triumph Horror of 7/7 attacks remembered Mauresmo's Wimbledon title triumph Federer resists challenge of Nadal 'Plot to blow up planes' foiled  Scotland Yard: A plot to blow up planes in mid-flight from the UK to the US has been disrupted Blair: I will resign within a year  Prime Minister has refused to set a date for his departure It's hard to let go, admits Blair Big six: Iran sanctions possible General seeks UK Iraq withdrawal Warming 'may cause economic chaos'  A top economist: Climate change could devastate the global economy on a scale of the 2 world wars MI5 tracking '30 UK terror plots' Blair challenges Iran and Syria to help Blair accepts 'disaster' in Iraq Ex-KGB officer 'poisoned in UK' Poisoned former KGB spy dies
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Russia, Britain blast Iran's nuclear move   Birthday walkabout for queen at 80  To the tune of a band playing 'Happy Birthday,' a beaming Elizabeth II joined throngs of loyal subjects Chelsea keep title   Blair suffers local poll defeat  Labour Party suffered major losses in elections in England, which could increase pressure on Blair   Embattled Blair axes top ministers  rime Minister axed his law and order minister and demoted his foreign secretary in a wide-ranging reshuffle UK told US won't shut Guantanamo Lehmann sent off as Barca triumph  Arsenal goalkeeper became the first player sent off in a European Cup final as Barcelona triumphed 2-1 UK agrees to jail Charles Taylor Henin-Hardenne into women's final Video of 7 July bomber released Mauresmo ousts Sharapova in semis Horror of 7/7 attacks remembered  Britain marked one year since 4 suicide bombers killed 52 people in the Underground system and on a bus Federer and Nadal reach the final   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   Federer resists challenge of Nadal  Roger Federer claimed his 4th consecutive Wimbledon title, beating Rafael Nadal 6-0 7-6 6-7 6-3 on Center Court 900 more UK troops for Afghanistan Glaxo has bird flu 'breakthrough' 'Plot to blow up planes' foiled


March 2006 ... more > Top ^
Mar.7  Ronaldinho snuffs out Chelsea bid
Mar.8  Arsenal knocked 9-times winners Real
Mar.28  Fabregas fires Arsenal cup charge


April 2006 ... more > Top ^
Apr.5  Nedved off as Arsenal go through
Apr.12
Apr.19  Toure gives Arsenal cup advantage
Apr.21  
Apr.23  Limo wins on London Marthon debut
Apr.29


May 2006 ... more > Top ^
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May.6  Pressure grows on Blair to quit
May.10
May.11  7/7 report faults terror planning
May.17  
May.31  Shevchenko completes Chelsea deal


June 2006 ... more > Top ^
Jun.2  Man shot in anti-terrorism raid
Jun.15
Jun.21  al-Qaeda planned to hijack from Heathrow
Jun.24  Goat demoted for parade incident
Jun.27  Federer breaks Borg's win record
Jun.28  Federer routs Henman in super show
Jun.29  Nadal beats Kendrick


July 2006 ... more > Top ^
Jul.1  Agassi falls to Nadal straight sets
Jul.3  Al-Qaeda 'bid to infiltrate MI5'
Jul.4  Sharapova reached semifinals
Jul.5  Superb Federer cruises into semis
 Hewitt sent crashing by Baghdatis
Jul.6
 Nadal too skilful against Niemine
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Jul.10
Jul.11  Pink Floyd's Barrett dies aged 60
Jul.19  Web users urged on China policy
Jul.24  Blair, Iraq PM discuss troop exit
Jul.26


August 2006 ... more > Top ^
Aug.9  Royal phone-tap probe 'widened'
 
  Scotland Yard: A plot to blow up planes in mid-flight from the UK to the US has been disrupted
 The explosive devices to be smuggled on aircraft in hand luggage. About 18 people arrested after an anti-terrorist operation lasting several months. UK threat level raised to critical. Security at all UK airports has been tightened.
Aug.11 UK threat level remains critical Aug.13  New terror attack on UK 'likely'  UK terror threat level downgraded Aug.14  UK hand baggage restrictions eased  UK police search for explosives Aug.15  EU ministers in air terror talks Aug.16 UK-US flight in emergency divert  Terror plot suspects stay detained Aug.21 Air terror 'plot': 11 charged Aug.23  Air plot: Court gives more time Aug.24  Air plot: 1 more person charged Aug.29  15 now charged over 'air plot'

September 2006 ... more > Top ^
Sep.1  14 held in terror swoop Sep.5 PM gone within year, allies say
Sep.6  Blair faces wave of resignations Sep.7     Blair: I will resign within a year
  Prime Minister has refused to set a date for his departure
Sep.26     It's hard to let go, admits Blair
  Tony Blair used his last Labour conference speech to urge the party to unite and win a fourth term Sep.28 Blair, Musharraf meet  Musharraf faces spy agency fallout

October 2006 ... more > Top ^
Oct.6 World powers mull Iran sanctions
  Big six: Iran sanctions possible  U.S., Britain, France, Germany, China and Russia agreed to pursue possible U.N. sanctions against Iran Oct.12  Man admits UK-US terror bomb plot   General seeks UK Iraq withdrawal  The head of the British Army has said the presence of UK armed forces 'exacerbates the security problems' Oct.13 Army chief defends Iraq comments Oct.17  Blair: Veil is sign of separation Oct.23 We'll hold Iraq nerve, says Blair Oct.24  Reid outlines new EU work curbs Oct.30   Warming 'may cause economic chaos'
  A top economist: Climate change could devastate the global economy on a scale of the 2 world wars
Oct.31  Drogba stuns Barca as Chelsea draw

November 2006 ... more > Top ^
Nov.7 Al-Qaeda plotter jailed for life Nov.9   MI5 tracking '30 UK terror plots'
  Security service's head Dame Eliza Manningham-Buller: MI5 is keeping 1,600 individuals under surveillance Nov.13     Blair challenges Iran and Syria to help  British Prime Minister challenged Iran and Syria to help stabilize Iraq or face isolation Nov.15  Michael Jackson returns to stage Nov.17   Blair accepts 'disaster' in Iraq  The prime minister has publicly accepted that the violence since the US-led invasion in 2003 has been a disaster Nov.18     Ex-KGB officer 'poisoned in UK'  Scotland Yard is investigating the alleged poisoning of the critic of President Putin, Alexander Litvinenko Nov.21 Poisoned spy 'had death threats' Nov.22  UK may transfer Basra 'in spring' Nov.23     Poisoned former KGB spy dies
  Alexander Litvinenko, the longtime critic of the Russian government, died in a hospital 3 weeks after his suspected poisoning
 The doctors unable to determine the cause of his illness. Litvinenko and his friends blamed Russian government for his sudden illness. Kremlin have denied any role in the matter. The former KGB spy met with a contact who claimed to have information connecting the Russian government with the slaying of journalist Anna Politkovskaya
Nov.24     Former spy poisoned by radiation   British health officials: Alexander Litvinenko died after being poisoned by radiation from polonium 210 Nov.25 Spy radiation death: Video studied  Blair: 'Sorrow' over Britain's slavery role Nov.27  More radiation found in spy case Nov.29  England rugby coach Robinson quits  Radioactive traces on BA planes Nov.30     Radiation at 12 sites; jets probed  Traces of radiation have been found at a dozen sites; 5 jets were being investigated for possible contamination

December 2006 ... more > Top ^
Dec.1 Dead spy's contact 'has radiation'
  Pair test positive for polonium  A contact and the wife of dead former spy Litvinenko have both tested positive for polonium-210 Dec.3  Poisoned spy probe widens to U.S., Russia Dec.4  UK nuclear weapons plan unveiled Dec.5  Scaramella: I warned poisoned spy Dec.7  Russia opens spy poison probe Dec.8 Fiji suspended from Commonwealth Dec.13 UK supports Darfur no-fly zone Dec.14     Diana: No murder, no pregnancy
  The official Scotland Yard inquiry: Claims that Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed were murdered were unfounded.    Lord Stevens, who headed the inquiry, told a news conference...
Funds scandal: Police quiz Blair Dec.21 Holocaust denier: No need for remorse Dec.24   Dead spy's Italy contact arrested   Police have arrested Mario Scaramella who met Russian former spy Litvinenko the day he fell ill from poisoning  Abramovich to cut Chelsea spending Dec.29 UK arrests four wanted by Rwanda


900 more UK troops for Afghanistan General seeks UK Iraq withdrawal  The head of the British Army has said the presence of UK armed forces 'exacerbates the security problems' Army chief defends Iraq comments We'll hold Iraq nerve, says Blair Blair accepts 'disaster' in Iraq  The prime minister has publicly accepted that the violence since the US-led invasion in 2003 has been a disaster UK supports Darfur no-fly zone UK arrests four wanted by Rwanda Warming 'may cause economic chaos'




London, 2006 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
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Nov.22  UK may transfer Basra 'in spring'
Nov.27  More radiation found in spy case
Nov.29  Radioactive traces on BA planes
Dec.4  UK nuclear weapons plan unveiled
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London, 2006 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
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Jun.21  al-Qaeda planned to hijack from Heathrow
Oct.30
  A top economist: Climate change could devastate the global economy on a scale of the 2 world wars
Dec.1 Dead spy's contact 'has radiation'
Dec.1 Pair test positive for polonium  A contact and the wife of dead former spy Litvinenko have both tested positive for polonium-210



London, 2006 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2006 Jun.24  Goat demoted for parade incident Jul.11  Pink Floyd's Barrett dies aged 60 Jul.19  Web users urged on China policy Jul.26 Glaxo has bird flu 'breakthrough'
Aug.9 'Plot to blow up planes' foiled
  Scotland Yard: A plot to blow up planes in mid-flight from the UK to the US has been disrupted
 The explosive devices to be smuggled on aircraft in hand luggage. About 18 people arrested after an anti-terrorist operation lasting several months. UK threat level raised to critical. Security at all UK airports has been tightened.
Aug.14  UK hand baggage restrictions eased Oct.24  Reid outlines new EU work curbs Oct.30 Warming 'may cause economic chaos'
  A top economist: Climate change could devastate the global economy on a scale of the 2 world wars
Nov.15  Michael Jackson returns to stage



London, 2006 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2006 Mar.7  Ronaldinho snuffs out Chelsea bid Mar.8  Arsenal knocked 9-times winners Real Mar.28  Fabregas fires Arsenal cup charge Apr.5  Nedved off as Arsenal go through Apr.19  Toure gives Arsenal cup advantage Apr.23  Limo wins on London Marthon debut Apr.29 Chelsea keep title 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.31  Shevchenko completes Chelsea deal Jun.27  Federer breaks Borg's win record Jun.28  Federer routs Henman in super show Jun.29  Nadal beats Kendrick Jul.1  Agassi falls to Nadal straight sets Jul.4  Sharapova reached semifinals Jul.5  Superb Federer cruises into semis Jul.5  Hewitt sent crashing by Baghdatis Jul.6 Henin-Hardenne into women's final Jul.6 Mauresmo ousts Sharapova in semis Jul.6  Nadal too skilful against Niemine Jul.7 Federer and Nadal reach the final 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.9   Federer resists challenge of Nadal  Roger Federer claimed his 4th consecutive Wimbledon title, beating Rafael Nadal 6-0 7-6 6-7 6-3 on Center Court Oct.31  Drogba stuns Barca as Chelsea draw Nov.29  England rugby coach Robinson quits Dec.24  Abramovich to cut Chelsea spending



London, 2006 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2006 May.11  7/7 report faults terror planning Jun.2  Man shot in anti-terrorism raid Jun.15 UK agrees to jail Charles Taylor
Jun.21  al-Qaeda planned to hijack from Heathrow Jul.3  Al-Qaeda 'bid to infiltrate MI5' Jul.6 Video of 7 July bomber released Aug.9  Royal phone-tap probe 'widened' Aug.9 'Plot to blow up planes' foiled
  Scotland Yard: A plot to blow up planes in mid-flight from the UK to the US has been disrupted
 The explosive devices to be smuggled on aircraft in hand luggage. About 18 people arrested after an anti-terrorist operation lasting several months. UK threat level raised to critical. Security at all UK airports has been tightened.
Aug.11 UK threat level remains critical Aug.13  New terror attack on UK 'likely' Aug.13  UK terror threat level downgraded Aug.14  UK police search for explosives Aug.15  EU ministers in air terror talks Aug.16 UK-US flight in emergency divert Aug.16  Terror plot suspects stay detained Aug.21 Air terror 'plot': 11 charged Aug.23  Air plot: Court gives more time Aug.24  Air plot: 1 more person charged Aug.29  15 now charged over 'air plot' Sep.1  14 held in terror swoop Oct.12  Man admits UK-US terror bomb plot Nov.7 Al-Qaeda plotter jailed for life Nov.9 MI5 tracking '30 UK terror plots'  Security service's head Dame Eliza Manningham-Buller: MI5 is keeping 1,600 individuals under surveillance Nov.18   Ex-KGB officer 'poisoned in UK'  Scotland Yard is investigating the alleged poisoning of the critic of President Putin, Alexander Litvinenko Nov.21 Poisoned spy 'had death threats' Nov.23   Poisoned former KGB spy dies
  Alexander Litvinenko, the longtime critic of the Russian government, died in a hospital 3 weeks after his suspected poisoning
 The doctors unable to determine the cause of his illness. Litvinenko and his friends blamed Russian government for his sudden illness. Kremlin have denied any role in the matter. The former KGB spy met with a contact who claimed to have information connecting the Russian government with the slaying of journalist Anna Politkovskaya
Nov.24   Former spy poisoned by radiation   British health officials: Alexander Litvinenko died after being poisoned by radiation from polonium 210 Nov.25 Spy radiation death: Video studied Nov.27  More radiation found in spy case Nov.29  Radioactive traces on BA planes Nov.30   Radiation at 12 sites; jets probed  Traces of radiation have been found at a dozen sites; 5 jets were being investigated for possible contamination Dec.3  Poisoned spy probe widens to U.S., Russia Dec.5  Scaramella: I warned poisoned spy Dec.7  Russia opens spy poison probe Dec.14   Diana: No murder, no pregnancy
  The official Scotland Yard inquiry: Claims that Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed were murdered were unfounded.    Lord Stevens, who headed the inquiry, told a news conference...
Dec.14 Funds scandal: Police quiz Blair Dec.21 Holocaust denier: No need for remorse Dec.24 Dead spy's Italy contact arrested   Police have arrested Mario Scaramella who met Russian former spy Litvinenko the day he fell ill from poisoning Dec.29 UK arrests four wanted by Rwanda



London, 2006 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2006 Apr.12 Russia, Britain blast Iran's nuclear move
Apr.21   Birthday walkabout for queen at 80  To the tune of a band playing 'Happy Birthday,' a beaming Elizabeth II joined throngs of loyal subjects May.4   Blair suffers local poll defeat  Labour Party suffered major losses in elections in England, which could increase pressure on Blair May.5   Embattled Blair axes top ministers  rime Minister axed his law and order minister and demoted his foreign secretary in a wide-ranging reshuffle May.6  Pressure grows on Blair to quit May.10 UK told US won't shut Guantanamo May.11  7/7 report faults terror planning Jul.7 Horror of 7/7 attacks remembered  Britain marked one year since 4 suicide bombers killed 52 people in the Underground system and on a bus Jul.19  Web users urged on China policy Jul.24  Blair, Iraq PM discuss troop exit Aug.9  Royal phone-tap probe 'widened' Aug.13  UK terror threat level downgraded Aug.15  EU ministers in air terror talks Sep.5 PM gone within year, allies say Sep.6  Blair faces wave of resignations Sep.7   Blair: I will resign within a year
  Prime Minister has refused to set a date for his departure
Sep.26   It's hard to let go, admits Blair   Tony Blair used his last Labour conference speech to urge the party to unite and win a fourth term Sep.28 Blair, Musharraf meet Sep.28  Musharraf faces spy agency fallout Oct.6 World powers mull Iran sanctions Oct.6 Big six: Iran sanctions possible  U.S., Britain, France, Germany, China and Russia agreed to pursue possible U.N. sanctions against Iran Oct.13 Army chief defends Iraq comments Oct.17  Blair: Veil is sign of separation Oct.23 We'll hold Iraq nerve, says Blair Nov.13   Blair challenges Iran and Syria to help  British Prime Minister challenged Iran and Syria to help stabilize Iraq or face isolation Nov.17 Blair accepts 'disaster' in Iraq  The prime minister has publicly accepted that the violence since the US-led invasion in 2003 has been a disaster Nov.18   Ex-KGB officer 'poisoned in UK'  Scotland Yard is investigating the alleged poisoning of the critic of President Putin, Alexander Litvinenko Nov.22  UK may transfer Basra 'in spring' Nov.25  Blair: 'Sorrow' over Britain's slavery role Dec.4  UK nuclear weapons plan unveiled Dec.8 Fiji suspended from Commonwealth Dec.13 UK supports Darfur no-fly zone Dec.14   Diana: No murder, no pregnancy
  The official Scotland Yard inquiry: Claims that Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed were murdered were unfounded.    Lord Stevens, who headed the inquiry, told a news conference...
Dec.14 Funds scandal: Police quiz Blair