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Summary.     Click for More >   Australia won 4th Cup over Sri Lanka  Australia lifted the cricket World Cup trophy for a 3rd successive time after claiming a 53-run victory in farcial ending to a rain-shortened... US drops Cuban militant's charges Arrests in airport 'bomb plot' Castro interview focuses on past Fidel absent as Cuba celebrates Dean strengthens to Category 4 hurricane Hurricane churns up the Caribbean Jamaica alert as Dean threatens Jamaicans start to feel hurricane Felix reaches hurricane status Powell sets new 100m world record Castro on TV appears gaunt but lucid Bus in deadly collision with train   At least 28 people have been killed and dozens more injured after a train crashed into a bus at a level crossing Guevara honored on death' anniversary 11 dead from Tropical Storm Noel  Cuba issued a tropical storm warning for the Camaguey, Las Tunas and Ciego de Avila provinces as the storm approached the island Tropical Storm Noel hammers Noel expected to regain strength Cuba makes human rights promise Fidel Castro hints at retirement  The ailing communist leader has said he has a duty not to hold on to power or obstruct the rise of younger people
Chavez admits Castro gravely ill Castro up and talking in new video Pakistan coach's death 'suspicious' Woolmer was strangled, police say
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  Chavez admits Castro gravely ill  Venezuelan President: Cuban leader is battling to save his life   Castro up and talking in new video   Cuban tv broadcast scenes of what it said was a leader meeting with Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez Castro 'to be fit to hold power' Pakistan coach's death 'suspicious'  Bob Woolmer who was for cricket's World Cup, was found unconscious in hotel room, a day after Pakistan's stunning loss to Ireland Woolmer was strangled, police say


January 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jan.3  Boy sails into record books
Jan.15  Report: Castro in serious condition
Jan.17  4 convicted in smuggling deaths
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February 2007 ... more > Top ^
Feb.8  Castro eating as health improves
Feb.9  UN troops flood into slum


March 2007 ... more > Top ^
Mar.15
Mar.16  Gibbs flays six sixes in one over
Mar.20  Gov't backers break up rally
Mar.21  
Mar.22  
  A pathology report indicated that Pakistani cricket coach died of 'manual strangulation'
 Woolmer's death came less than 24 hours after Pakistan was beaten and eliminated by Irish team. Blood, vomit and diarrhea were splattered over the walls and floor of hotel bathroom
 McCullum sets record in NZ victory Mar.23 World Cup to continue, says ICC 'No threats of death' to Woolmer  India defeated by Sri Lanka Mar.24 Pakistan duo quizzed over Woolmer  Hayden launches Aussies to key win Mar.25 Pakistan cricket team heading home Mar.28  Police: Close to solving cricket killing Mar.29  Castro criticizing U.S. on environment

April 2007 ... more > Top ^
Apr.10  DNA reveals Smith baby's father  West Indies face exit after defeat Apr.13 Castro almost better, Chavez says
 Aussies crush Irish to reach semis Apr.14  New Zealand beat S. Africa to reach semis Apr.20  Lara retires in surprise decision Apr.21  'Active' Castro meets China envoy Apr.24 Murali spins Sri Lanka into final Apr.25 Aussies in final with crushing win At least 15 missing after boat sinks Apr.28     Australia won 4th Cup over Sri Lanka
  Australia lifted the cricket World Cup trophy for a 3rd successive time after claiming a 53-run victory in farcial ending to a rain-shortened final.    Gilchrist smashed 149, the highest i...
Apr.29  Chavez: Fidel Castro is 'in charge'

May 2007 ... more > Top ^
May.1 Castro fails to appear on May Day May.4 Boat capsizes, Haitian migrants missing May.8   US drops Cuban militant's charges  A judge has dropped immigration charges against Luis Posada Carriles, who has been accused of blowing up a Cuban airliner Migrants claim boat rammed by naval ship May.23 Castro says his health 'improved'

June 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jun.2     Arrests in airport 'bomb plot'
Map of JFK New York  3 people have been arrested in connection with an alleged plan to bomb John F Kennedy airport, 1 in New York and the other 2 in Trinidad  Coach Woolmer 'was not murdered' Jun.5     Castro interview focuses on past
  A healthier looking Fidel appeared on Cuban TV, speaking slowly and focusing on past memories rather than his recovery Jun.18 Revolutionary Vilma Espin dies Jun.27 Coup leaders ordered freed

July 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jul.26     Fidel absent as Cuba celebrates
  The acting president, Raul, is leading revolution day celebrations, filling in for his ailing brother Jul.29 Bus trip turns deadly


August 2007 ... more > Top ^
Aug.17   Dean strengthens to Category 4 hurricane  Dean pounded Caribbean islands, bear down on Jamaica and headed toward the Gulf of Mexico Aug.18   Hurricane churns up the Caribbean
  Dean is sweeping past Haiti and the Dominican Republic, as people in those countries face a battering by heavy rains and flooding   Jamaica alert as Dean threatens   Jamaicans are frantically stocking up on supplies and tourists are scrambling to leave, as the hurricane bears down on the island Aug.19   Jamaicans start to feel hurricane
  The storm is gaining in intensity with every passing minute and there is a flooding in the east of the island Aug.20 Cuban spies appeal for US retrial Aug.23 Castro 'very well' Aug.27  Campbell wins gold in sprint drama

September 2007 ... more > Top ^
Sep.1   Felix reaches hurricane status  Felix is setting its sights on Aruba and prompting Jamaica to issue a tropical storm watch Sep.9   Powell sets new 100m world record   Jamaican set a new men's record of 9.74 seconds at the IAAF Grand Prix at Rieti, beating his old mark of 9.77 set in Athens in June 2005 Sep.21     Castro on TV appears gaunt but lucid
  The ailing Cuban leader spoke about a variety of issues in a taped interview that aired on Cuban state television

October 2007 ... more > Top ^
Oct.6   Bus in deadly collision with train
Map of Granma Cuba
  At least 28 people have been killed and dozens more injured after a train crashed into a bus at a level crossing
Oct.8   Guevara honored on death' anniversary  Fidel Castro paid homage to 'Che' . Many of the relatives and former comrades gathered in to mark the 40th anniversary of his capture Oct.14 Castro speaks live on Chavez show Oct.24 Bush reaffirms Cuba embargo Oct.28 Tropical depression forms Tropical Storm Noel edges closer to Haiti Oct.29 Key Aids strain 'came from Haiti'   11 dead from Tropical Storm Noel
  Cuba issued a tropical storm warning for the Camaguey, Las Tunas and Ciego de Avila provinces as the storm approached the island
Oct.30   Tropical Storm Noel hammers  Weather models show the storm could reach Category 1 hurricane status, with top wind speeds between 74 to 95 mph Oct.31   Noel expected to regain strength  Tropical storm, which killed 48 people in the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Cuba, was lingering along the Cuban coast

November 2007 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1 Storm Noel heads toward Bahamas
Nov.2 S Lanka troops 'abused Haitians'

December 2007 ... more > Top ^
Dec.5 Suspected brothers' case remain free
Dec.8 Prosecutor may drop Holloway case Dec.10     Cuba makes human rights promise  Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque: Cuba is going to sign up to two major United Nations agreements on civil and political rights Dec.17   Fidel Castro hints at retirement
  The ailing communist leader has said he has a duty not to hold on to power or obstruct the rise of younger people
Dec.29  West Indies seal historic victory


Migrants claim boat rammed by naval ship Coup leaders ordered freed S Lanka troops 'abused Haitians' At least 15 missing after boat sinks Boat capsizes, Haitian migrants missing Migrants claim boat rammed by naval ship Bus trip turns deadly Dean strengthens to Category 4 hurricane  Dean pounded Caribbean islands, bear down on Jamaica and headed toward the Gulf of Mexico Hurricane churns up the Caribbean   Dean is sweeping past Haiti and the Dominican Republic, as people in those countries face a battering by heavy rains and flooding Jamaica alert as Dean threatens   Jamaicans are frantically stocking up on supplies and tourists are scrambling to leave, as the hurricane bears down on the island Jamaicans start to feel hurricane  The storm is gaining in intensity with every passing minute and there is a flooding in the east of the island Felix reaches hurricane status  Felix is setting its sights on Aruba and prompting Jamaica to issue a tropical storm watch Bus in deadly collision with train Map of Granma Cuba




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  At least 28 people have been killed and dozens more injured after a train crashed into a bus at a level crossing
Oct.28 Tropical depression forms Oct.28 Tropical Storm Noel edges closer to Haiti Oct.29 Key Aids strain 'came from Haiti' Oct.29 11 dead from Tropical Storm Noel
  Cuba issued a tropical storm warning for the Camaguey, Las Tunas and Ciego de Avila provinces as the storm approached the island
Oct.30 Tropical Storm Noel hammers  Weather models show the storm could reach Category 1 hurricane status, with top wind speeds between 74 to 95 mph Oct.31 Noel expected to regain strength  Tropical storm, which killed 48 people in the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Cuba, was lingering along the Cuban coast Nov.1 Storm Noel heads toward Bahamas



Caribbean Antilles, 2007 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2007 Apr.10  DNA reveals Smith baby's father



Caribbean Antilles, 2007 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2007 Jan.3  Boy sails into record books Mar.16  Gibbs flays six sixes in one over Mar.21 Pakistan coach's death 'suspicious'  Bob Woolmer who was for cricket's World Cup, was found unconscious in hotel room, a day after Pakistan's stunning loss to Ireland Mar.22 Woolmer was strangled, police say
  A pathology report indicated that Pakistani cricket coach died of 'manual strangulation'
 Woolmer's death came less than 24 hours after Pakistan was beaten and eliminated by Irish team. Blood, vomit and diarrhea were splattered over the walls and floor of hotel bathroom
Mar.22  McCullum sets record in NZ victory Mar.23 World Cup to continue, says ICC Mar.23 'No threats of death' to Woolmer Mar.23  India defeated by Sri Lanka Mar.24 Pakistan duo quizzed over Woolmer Mar.24  Hayden launches Aussies to key win Mar.25 Pakistan cricket team heading home Mar.28  Police: Close to solving cricket killing Apr.10  West Indies face exit after defeat Apr.13  Aussies crush Irish to reach semis Apr.14  New Zealand beat S. Africa to reach semis Apr.20  Lara retires in surprise decision Apr.24 Murali spins Sri Lanka into final Apr.25 Aussies in final with crushing win Apr.28   Australia won 4th Cup over Sri Lanka
  Australia lifted the cricket World Cup trophy for a 3rd successive time after claiming a 53-run victory in farcial ending to a rain-shortened final.    Gilchrist smashed 149, the highest i...
Jun.2  Coach Woolmer 'was not murdered' Aug.27  Campbell wins gold in sprint drama Sep.9 Powell sets new 100m world record   Jamaican set a new men's record of 9.74 seconds at the IAAF Grand Prix at Rieti, beating his old mark of 9.77 set in Athens in June 2005 Dec.29  West Indies seal historic victory



Caribbean Antilles, 2007 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2007 Jan.17  4 convicted in smuggling deaths Mar.21 Pakistan coach's death 'suspicious'  Bob Woolmer who was for cricket's World Cup, was found unconscious in hotel room, a day after Pakistan's stunning loss to Ireland Mar.22 Woolmer was strangled, police say
  A pathology report indicated that Pakistani cricket coach died of 'manual strangulation'
 Woolmer's death came less than 24 hours after Pakistan was beaten and eliminated by Irish team. Blood, vomit and diarrhea were splattered over the walls and floor of hotel bathroom
Mar.23 'No threats of death' to Woolmer Mar.24 Pakistan duo quizzed over Woolmer Mar.28  Police: Close to solving cricket killing May.8 US drops Cuban militant's charges  A judge has dropped immigration charges against Luis Posada Carriles, who has been accused of blowing up a Cuban airliner Jun.2   Arrests in airport 'bomb plot'
Map of JFK New York  3 people have been arrested in connection with an alleged plan to bomb John F Kennedy airport, 1 in New York and the other 2 in Trinidad Jun.2  Coach Woolmer 'was not murdered' Jun.27 Coup leaders ordered freed Aug.20 Cuban spies appeal for US retrial Nov.2 S Lanka troops 'abused Haitians' Dec.5 Suspected brothers' case remain free Dec.8 Prosecutor may drop Holloway case



Caribbean Antilles, 2007 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2007 Jan.15  Report: Castro in serious condition Jan.17  4 convicted in smuggling deaths Jan.19   Chavez admits Castro gravely ill  Venezuelan President: Cuban leader is battling to save his life Jan.30   Castro up and talking in new video   Cuban tv broadcast scenes of what it said was a leader meeting with Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez Feb.8  Castro eating as health improves Mar.15 Castro 'to be fit to hold power'
Mar.20  Gov't backers break up rally Mar.29  Castro criticizing U.S. on environment Apr.13 Castro almost better, Chavez says Apr.21  'Active' Castro meets China envoy Apr.29  Chavez: Fidel Castro is 'in charge' May.1 Castro fails to appear on May Day May.4 Boat capsizes, Haitian migrants missing May.23 Castro says his health 'improved' Jun.5   Castro interview focuses on past  A healthier looking Fidel appeared on Cuban TV, speaking slowly and focusing on past memories rather than his recovery Jun.18 Revolutionary Vilma Espin dies Jul.26   Fidel absent as Cuba celebrates   The acting president, Raul, is leading revolution day celebrations, filling in for his ailing brother Aug.23 Castro 'very well' Sep.21   Castro on TV appears gaunt but lucid  The ailing Cuban leader spoke about a variety of issues in a taped interview that aired on Cuban state television Oct.8 Guevara honored on death' anniversary  Fidel Castro paid homage to 'Che' . Many of the relatives and former comrades gathered in to mark the 40th anniversary of his capture Oct.14 Castro speaks live on Chavez show Oct.24 Bush reaffirms Cuba embargo Dec.10   Cuba makes human rights promise  Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque: Cuba is going to sign up to two major United Nations agreements on civil and political rights Dec.17 Fidel Castro hints at retirement
  The ailing communist leader has said he has a duty not to hold on to power or obstruct the rise of younger people