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Summary.     Click for More > Unions reject Chirac 'compromise' More than 1 million protest jobs law Unions press for law repeal France to replace youth job law  President Chirac has announced that the new law that sparked weeks violent protests will be scrapped U.S. confident of Iran sanctions Lehmann sent off as Barca triumph MPs back French immigration bill Federer reaches first French final Henin-Hardenne retains title Nadal completes French Open double Zidane Apologizes Landis secures Tour de France win 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 Riots haunt Parisians a year on Socialists vote for Royal France issues Rwanda warrants Tests 'prove' Diana driver drunk   DNA tests on blood samples appear to prove Henri Paul was drunk on the night of her fatal accident
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Former VP says Syria's president a traitor   Papers reprint Islam row cartoons  France Soir is saying that religious dogma has no place in a secular society   Chirac warns media over cartoons  French President has condemned as 'overt provocation' decisions to reprint cartoons satirising the Prophet Convictions for Diana paparazzi Violence flares at rallies Labor law protests turn violent


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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 new labor law that will allow employers to fire younger workers more easily. Police in Paris arrested 156 people.
Riots erupt after protests Mar.19 PM 'set to stand firm' Mar.24 Labour law talks deadlock Mar.31   Unions reject Chirac 'compromise'  Trade unions and students have condemned a decision to sign into law a controversial youth labour bill

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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 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


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May.2     U.S. confident of Iran sanctions  The U.S. diplomat heading talks has predicted full European support for a U.N. Security Council resolution May.10 France remembers slavery victims 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  The parliament has given backing to a bill that will make it more difficult for the unskilled to settle in France May.28  Federer, Sharapova pass early tests May.31  Report clears Armstrong of doping

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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 Jun.7 Djokovic quits as Nadal marches on Jun.8 Henin, Kuznetsova get to final showdown Jun.9     Federer reaches first French final  His opponent Nalbandian retired in semifinal while trailing 3-6 6-4 5-2 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.20 Tribal art museum unveiled

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Jul.2 EADS and Airbus bosses both quit
Jul.12   Zidane Apologizes  No regrets and no detailed explanation on what set French soccer star Zinedine Zidane off Punishment threatened again for Iran Jul.14 Chirac warns of 'African flood' 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

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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'

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Sep.6 Govou double gives France revenge
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


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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.26 Jail for al-Qaeda-linked plotter Oct.27   Riots haunt Parisians a year on   At least 500 people have marched silently through a suburb in memory of 2 boys whose deaths a year ago

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Nov.1 Airport bars Muslim staff
Nov.2 France to declassify Rwanda files Nov.5 Davydenko powers to Masters' victory Nov.16   Socialists vote for Royal  Segolene Royal will be the presidential candidate next year, after beating 2 rivals in a ballot of party members 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

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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



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




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  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




Paris, 2006 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2006 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.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  His opponent Nalbandian retired in semifinal while trailing 3-6 6-4 5-2 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 Jul.12 Zidane Apologizes  No regrets and no detailed explanation on what set French soccer star Zinedine Zidane off 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 Sep.6 Govou double gives France revenge Nov.5 Davydenko powers to Masters' victory



Paris, 2006 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2006 Mar.16 Violence flares at rallies
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 Jun.20 Tribal art museum unveiled Jul.2 EADS and Airbus bosses both quit



Paris, 2006 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2006 Feb.22 Convictions for Diana paparazzi
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 new labor law that will allow employers to fire younger workers more easily. Police in Paris arrested 156 people.
Mar.18 Riots erupt after protests 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




Paris, 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  France Soir is saying that religious dogma has no place in a secular society Feb.8   Chirac warns media over cartoons  French President has condemned as 'overt provocation' decisions to reprint cartoons satirising the Prophet Mar.16 Violence flares at rallies 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 new labor law that will allow employers to fire younger workers more easily. Police in Paris arrested 156 people.
Mar.19 PM 'set to stand firm' Mar.24 Labour law talks deadlock Mar.31 Unions reject Chirac 'compromise'  Trade unions and students have condemned a decision to sign into law a controversial youth labour bill 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  The U.S. diplomat heading talks has predicted full European support for a U.N. Security Council resolution May.10 France remembers slavery victims May.17 MPs back French immigration bill  The parliament has given backing to a bill that will make it more difficult for the unskilled to settle in France Jul.12 Punishment threatened again for Iran Jul.14 Chirac warns of 'African flood' 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.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.27 Riots haunt Parisians a year on   At least 500 people have marched silently through a suburb in memory of 2 boys whose deaths a year ago Nov.1 Airport bars Muslim staff Nov.2 France to declassify Rwanda files Nov.16 Socialists vote for Royal  Segolene Royal will be the presidential candidate next year, after beating 2 rivals in a ballot of party members Dec.6 France: Iran facing U.N. sanctions