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1. 01-01 Romania and Bulgaria join the EU Romania
2. 04-26 Estonia removes Soviet memorial Tallinn, Estonia
05-06 Nicolas Sarkozy wins presidential election Paris
4. 06-22 EU leaders agree on reform treaty Belgium
5. 06-27 Brown: Let work of change begin London
G. 06-30 Blazing car crashes into Glasgow airport Glasgow Airport, Scotland
H. 07-20 Fans receive final Potter book London
8. 07-23 HIV medics released to Bulgaria Libya

Summary.     Click for More > Estonia removes Soviet memorial   Nicolas Sarkozy wins presidential election   He won a clear victory over Segolene Royal, gaining 53% of the vote. President-elect has called for unity after a bitterly-contested campaign EU leaders agree on reform treaty Brown: Let work of change begin Blazing car crashes into Glasgow airport BBC reporter Alan Johnston freed Fans receive final Potter book UK fights worst floods in 60 years HIV medics released to Bulgaria 6 Italians die in 'clan execution' 63 died from forest fires   The emergency workers continue to find the bodies of people burned to death by forest fires that are raging in the south of the country Opera legend Pavarotti dies at 71 8 dead in school shooting UK teacher jailed over teddy row Canoe man's sons fear 'huge scam' Ceremony marks extended EU border  A checkpoint between Austria and Slovakia has been dismantled in a ceremony marking the enlargement of the Schengen area Afghanistan expels top UN and EU officials
  Romania and Bulgaria join the EU   Huge celebrations have been held to mark the accession to the European Union, 17 years after the fall of Communism Russia oil row hits Europe supply 47 dead as storm batters Europe Warming 'very likely' human-made Airbus to cut 10,000 jobs   Iran seizes 15 British sailors Map of Persian Gulf Iran
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January 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jan.1  
  Huge celebrations have been held to mark the accession to the European Union, 17 years after the fall of Communism.    Tens of thousands attended concerts in Bucharest and Sofia. EU now has 27 members and 0.5 billion people. The t...
Jan.7 Archbishop of Warsaw quits amid row Jan.8     Russia oil row hits Europe supply   Oil supplies to Poland, Germany and Ukraine have been cut amid a row between Belarus and Moscow Jan.10  EU plans 'industrial revolution' Jan.17  Bollywood fury at 'Big Brother' Jan.18   47 dead as storm batters Europe   Gale force winds and heavy downpours hammered northern Europe, disrupting travel for tens of thousands Jan.25  Lebanon wins $7.6B aid package Jan.26  Nato 'to step up Afghan support' Jan.31  'Beheading plot' behind terror raid

February 2007 ... more > Top ^
Feb.1   Warming 'very likely' human-made  Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change: Climatic changes seen around the world are very likely to have a human cause Feb.2  Football league halted by violence Feb.7  Huge global child porn ring found Feb.11  Portugal will legalize abortion Feb.22 Italian crisis talks as PM quits
Feb.28   Airbus to cut 10,000 jobs  CEO Louis Gallois announced the restructuring plan: 10,000 jobs cut over four years; 4,300 in France, 3,700 in Germany

March 2007 ... more > Top ^
Mar.9  EU agrees renewable energy target Mar.14  New fears rekindle global sell-off Mar.21  EU to vote on 'open skies' deal Mar.23     Iran seizes 15 British sailors
Map of Persian Gulf Iran
  The naval patrol seized sailors who had boarded a vessel suspected of smuggling cars off the coast of Iraq
 The Royal Marines and naval officers were have been apprehended by up to 6 ships from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy. The British government demanded the safe return of its troops and summoned Tehran's ambassador to explain the incident. Iran had asked Britain's ambassador to explain why the personnel had crossed into Iranian territory
Mar.26 Power deal marks 'new era' Mar.28 British captives shown on Iranian TV

April 2007 ... more > Top ^
Apr.4 Ahmadinejad frees UK sailors
Apr.5 1,200 rescued from cruise ship  Blair welcomes sailors from Iran Apr.6  UK sailors 'were in Iraqi waters' Apr.22 Sarkozy, Royal in presidential runoff Apr.26   Estonia removes Soviet memorial Map of Tallinn Estonia  The authorities have removed a contentious war memorial in Tallinn, despite overnight protests that left one person dead Apr.30  British bomb plotters jailed for life

May 2007 ... more > Top ^
May.2  Sarkozy, Royal spar in TV debate May.6     Nicolas Sarkozy wins presidential election
  He won a clear victory over Segolene Royal, gaining 53% of the vote. President-elect has called for unity after a bitterly-contested campaign
 European leaders congratulated Sarkozy and hoped his triumph would help unblock reforms stalled by the rejection of the EU constitution. Bush telephoned and said he expected good relations with Sarkozy
May.7  Queen attends White House dinner May.8  Power sharing begins May.10  Blair: My political journey is over May.16 Nicolas Sarkozy sworn in as new president
 Prince Harry will not go to Iraq May.20  Fire rips through Cutty Sark May.22 Lugovoi charged with spy poisoning May.23  Inzaghi brace wins cup for Milan May.29 Five Britons seized

June 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jun.1  Video released of BBC's Johnston Jun.2 146 police hurt in G8 protest
Jun.6  Protesters clash with police at G8  Battles ahead as G8 summit begins Jun.7 G8 leaders 'agree climate deal' Jun.8 G8 leaders pledge $60B for Africa  CIA jails in Europe 'confirmed' Jun.10  Bush ends Europe tour Jun.15 Rushdie knighted in honours list Jun.17  Sarkozy's allies won majority in elections Jun.22   EU leaders agree on reform treaty   The leaders in Brussels have reached agreement on an outline of new rules for the 27-member bloc after 2 days of tough negotiations Jun.24  BBC reporter in suicide vest video Jun.27     Brown: Let work of change begin
  Gordon Brown is the UK's new prime minister after replacing the outgoing Tony Blair, following an audience with Queen Elizabeth II Jun.29 2 explosive-laden cars linked Jun.30   Blazing car crashes into Glasgow airport Map of Glasgow Airport United Kingdom  Jeep Cherokee being driven at speed towards the main terminal building with flames coming out from underneath

July 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jul.1  Hong Kong marks handover anniversary Jul.3   BBC reporter Alan Johnston freed  Johnston, kidnapped March 12 by a group calling itself the Army of Islam, was wearing blue jeans and looking gaunt Jul.5  Three-year-old seized Jul.8  Federer wins historic fifth title Jul.9  Three guilty over 21/7 bomb plot Jul.16 UK expels four Russian diplomats
Jul.20   Fans receive final Potter book   The seventh book in the series went on sale across the world. JK Rowling read excerpts to 500 devotees at Natural History Museum Jul.21  Taliban: 2 German hostages killed  3 Moroccans held on terror charges Jul.22  Bus crash kills 26 Polish pilgrims Jul.23   UK fights worst floods in 60 years  150,000 homes were without drinking water after the floodwaters swamped large areas of western England. 50,000 homes are without electricity   HIV medics released to Bulgaria   6 Bulgarian medics who were serving life sentences have been freed and are now on a plane to Bulgaria Jul.25  Sarkozy to boost EU-Libya links

August 2007 ... more > Top ^
Aug.3 Farm infected with foot-and-mouth
Aug.15   6 Italians die in 'clan execution'   Police found young men shot in the head outside a train station in Duisburg in an attack that was part of a feud between organized crime cla... Aug.18  German woman kidnapped Aug.24  U.S. jet 'bombs British troops'  Fires kill 27 in southern Greece Aug.25   63 died from forest fires Map of Peloponnese Greece
  The emergency workers continue to find the bodies of people burned to death by forest fires that are raging in the south of the country.    Karamanlis: Fires may have been deliberately set ahead of national elections. The newspapers are calling the southern Pelopo...
Aug.26  Fires inch closer to Olympic cradle Aug.27  Greece may label fires acts of terrorism Aug.30  Sharif names Pakistan return date

September 2007 ... more > Top ^
Sep.1  Bhutto announces Pakistan return Sep.2 British leave Basra base
Sep.5  'Massive' attacks foiled   Opera legend Pavarotti dies at 71   Italian tenor Luciano Pavarotti died at his home in the city of Modena. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer last year Sep.7 Police 'suspect Madeleine mother' Sep.8  Thousands bid Pavarotti farewell Sep.16 PM claims election victory France warning of war with Iran Sep.20  Sarkozy: Toughen Iran sanctions Sep.23  Mime artist Marceau dies

October 2007 ... more > Top ^
Oct.3  Bomb injures Polish envoy Oct.4  Bhutto upbeat over power-sharing Oct.6  Brown rules out autumn election Oct.8 Jury retraces Diana's fatal path
Oct.18  EU leaders agree new treaty deal Oct.19  Lab suspends DNA pioneer Watson Oct.30  Saudi king's royal meet draws fire Oct.31 Spain condemns terror verdict

November 2007 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1  Police guilty in 'bomber' case Nov.5  Senior Mafia boss arrested Nov.7   8 dead in school shooting   At least three 8 were killed in a school shooting in southern Finland, in Tuusula, 30 miles north of the capital, Helsinki  Sarkozy applauded by US Congress Nov.11 Fans rampage after killing
Nov.13  Transport workers on strike Nov.14 Strike brings travel chaos Nov.19  France braced for huge new strike Nov.21  Transport 'sabotage' hits France  Talks fail to end strike Nov.26  Riots rock suburb for second night Nov.29   UK teacher jailed over teddy row   Gillian Gibbons, 54, has been found guilty in of insulting religion after she allowed her primary school class to name a teddy bear Muhammad Nov.30  Protesters: Execute teacher

December 2007 ... more > Top ^
Dec.3  Sudan frees Briton in teddy row Dec.5  Sarkozy urges Betancourt release Dec.6   Canoe man's sons fear 'huge scam'  John Darwin, 57, was thought to have drowned at sea. His wife Anne had confessed to knowing her husband was alive  One killed by parcel bomb Dec.7  EU-Africa leaders opening summit Dec.9  Time up for Kosovo status talks Dec.12  Central banks act on credit fears Dec.13 EU leaders sign key reform treaty
Dec.16 British troops return Basra to Iraqis Dec.20   Ceremony marks extended EU border
  A checkpoint between Austria and Slovakia has been dismantled in a ceremony marking the enlargement of the Schengen area
Dec.25     Afghanistan expels top UN and EU officials   One British, the other Irish based in Helmand province, had been holding meetings with different tribes and groups, including the Taliban Dec.26  Court jails French aid staff Dec.28  French aid workers leave Chad


  Iran seizes 15 British sailors Map of Persian Gulf Iran




European Union, 2007 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
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Jan.26  Nato 'to step up Afghan support'
Mar.23
  The naval patrol seized sailors who had boarded a vessel suspected of smuggling cars off the coast of Iraq
 The Royal Marines and naval officers were have been apprehended by up to 6 ships from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy. The British government demanded the safe return of its troops and summoned Tehran's ambassador to explain the incident. Iran had asked Britain's ambassador to explain why the personnel had crossed into Iranian territory
Mar.28 British captives shown on Iranian TV Apr.6  UK sailors 'were in Iraqi waters' May.16  Prince Harry will not go to Iraq Aug.24  U.S. jet 'bombs British troops' Sep.2 British leave Basra base Sep.16 France warning of war with Iran Dec.5  Sarkozy urges Betancourt release Dec.16 British troops return Basra to Iraqis



European Union, 2007 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2007 Jan.18 47 dead as storm batters Europe   Gale force winds and heavy downpours hammered northern Europe, disrupting travel for tens of thousands Feb.1 Warming 'very likely' human-made  Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change: Climatic changes seen around the world are very likely to have a human cause Apr.5 1,200 rescued from cruise ship
May.20  Fire rips through Cutty Sark Jun.7 G8 leaders 'agree climate deal' Jul.22  Bus crash kills 26 Polish pilgrims Jul.23 UK fights worst floods in 60 years  150,000 homes were without drinking water after the floodwaters swamped large areas of western England. 50,000 homes are without electricity Aug.3 Farm infected with foot-and-mouth Aug.24  Fires kill 27 in southern Greece Aug.25 63 died from forest fires Map of Peloponnese Greece
  The emergency workers continue to find the bodies of people burned to death by forest fires that are raging in the south of the country.    Karamanlis: Fires may have been deliberately set ahead of national elections. The newspapers are calling the southern Pelopo...
Aug.26  Fires inch closer to Olympic cradle



European Union, 2007 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2007 Feb.2  Football league halted by violence May.23  Inzaghi brace wins cup for Milan Jul.8  Federer wins historic fifth title Aug.26  Fires inch closer to Olympic cradle Nov.11 Fans rampage after killing




European Union, 2007 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2007 Jan.8   Russia oil row hits Europe supply   Oil supplies to Poland, Germany and Ukraine have been cut amid a row between Belarus and Moscow Jan.10  EU plans 'industrial revolution' Jan.17  Bollywood fury at 'Big Brother' Feb.28 Airbus to cut 10,000 jobs  CEO Louis Gallois announced the restructuring plan: 10,000 jobs cut over four years; 4,300 in France, 3,700 in Germany Mar.9  EU agrees renewable energy target Mar.14  New fears rekindle global sell-off Mar.21  EU to vote on 'open skies' deal Mar.28 British captives shown on Iranian TV
Apr.5 1,200 rescued from cruise ship Jul.20 Fans receive final Potter book
  The seventh book in the series went on sale across the world. JK Rowling read excerpts to 500 devotees at Natural History Museum Sep.5 Opera legend Pavarotti dies at 71   Italian tenor Luciano Pavarotti died at his home in the city of Modena. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer last year Sep.8  Thousands bid Pavarotti farewell Sep.23  Mime artist Marceau dies Nov.13  Transport workers on strike Nov.14 Strike brings travel chaos Nov.19  France braced for huge new strike Nov.21  Transport 'sabotage' hits France Nov.21  Talks fail to end strike Dec.12  Central banks act on credit fears



European Union, 2007 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2007 Jan.7 Archbishop of Warsaw quits amid row
Jan.31  'Beheading plot' behind terror raid Feb.7  Huge global child porn ring found Apr.30  British bomb plotters jailed for life May.22 Lugovoi charged with spy poisoning May.29 Five Britons seized Jun.1  Video released of BBC's Johnston Jun.2 146 police hurt in G8 protest Jun.8  CIA jails in Europe 'confirmed' Jun.24  BBC reporter in suicide vest video Jun.29 2 explosive-laden cars linked Jun.30 Blazing car crashes into Glasgow airport
Map of Glasgow Airport United Kingdom  Jeep Cherokee being driven at speed towards the main terminal building with flames coming out from underneath Jul.3 BBC reporter Alan Johnston freed  Johnston, kidnapped March 12 by a group calling itself the Army of Islam, was wearing blue jeans and looking gaunt Jul.5  Three-year-old seized Jul.9  Three guilty over 21/7 bomb plot Jul.21  Taliban: 2 German hostages killed Jul.21  3 Moroccans held on terror charges Jul.23 HIV medics released to Bulgaria   6 Bulgarian medics who were serving life sentences have been freed and are now on a plane to Bulgaria Aug.15 6 Italians die in 'clan execution'   Police found young men shot in the head outside a train station in Duisburg in an attack that was part of a feud between organized crime cla... Aug.18  German woman kidnapped Aug.27  Greece may label fires acts of terrorism Sep.5  'Massive' attacks foiled Sep.7 Police 'suspect Madeleine mother' Oct.3  Bomb injures Polish envoy Oct.8 Jury retraces Diana's fatal path Oct.31 Spain condemns terror verdict Nov.1  Police guilty in 'bomber' case Nov.5  Senior Mafia boss arrested Nov.7 8 dead in school shooting   At least three 8 were killed in a school shooting in southern Finland, in Tuusula, 30 miles north of the capital, Helsinki Nov.11 Fans rampage after killing Nov.21  Transport 'sabotage' hits France Nov.26  Riots rock suburb for second night Nov.29 UK teacher jailed over teddy row   Gillian Gibbons, 54, has been found guilty in of insulting religion after she allowed her primary school class to name a teddy bear Muhammad Dec.5  Sarkozy urges Betancourt release Dec.6 Canoe man's sons fear 'huge scam'  John Darwin, 57, was thought to have drowned at sea. His wife Anne had confessed to knowing her husband was alive Dec.6  One killed by parcel bomb Dec.26  Court jails French aid staff Dec.28  French aid workers leave Chad



European Union, 2007 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2007 Jan.1   Romania and Bulgaria join the EU
  Huge celebrations have been held to mark the accession to the European Union, 17 years after the fall of Communism.    Tens of thousands attended concerts in Bucharest and Sofia. EU now has 27 members and 0.5 billion people. The t...
Jan.7 Archbishop of Warsaw quits amid row
Jan.17  Bollywood fury at 'Big Brother' Jan.25  Lebanon wins $7.6B aid package Jan.26  Nato 'to step up Afghan support' Feb.11  Portugal will legalize abortion Feb.22 Italian crisis talks as PM quits Mar.9  EU agrees renewable energy target Mar.26 Power deal marks 'new era' Apr.4 Ahmadinejad frees UK sailors Apr.5  Blair welcomes sailors from Iran Apr.6  UK sailors 'were in Iraqi waters' Apr.22 Sarkozy, Royal in presidential runoff Apr.26 Estonia removes Soviet memorial Map of Tallinn Estonia  The authorities have removed a contentious war memorial in Tallinn, despite overnight protests that left one person dead May.2  Sarkozy, Royal spar in TV debate May.6   Nicolas Sarkozy wins presidential election
  He won a clear victory over Segolene Royal, gaining 53% of the vote. President-elect has called for unity after a bitterly-contested campaign
 European leaders congratulated Sarkozy and hoped his triumph would help unblock reforms stalled by the rejection of the EU constitution. Bush telephoned and said he expected good relations with Sarkozy
May.7  Queen attends White House dinner May.8  Power sharing begins May.10  Blair: My political journey is over May.16 Nicolas Sarkozy sworn in as new president
May.16  Prince Harry will not go to Iraq Jun.1  Video released of BBC's Johnston Jun.2 146 police hurt in G8 protest Jun.6  Protesters clash with police at G8 Jun.6  Battles ahead as G8 summit begins Jun.7 G8 leaders 'agree climate deal' Jun.8 G8 leaders pledge $60B for Africa Jun.8  CIA jails in Europe 'confirmed' Jun.10  Bush ends Europe tour Jun.15 Rushdie knighted in honours list Jun.17  Sarkozy's allies won majority in elections Jun.22 EU leaders agree on reform treaty   The leaders in Brussels have reached agreement on an outline of new rules for the 27-member bloc after 2 days of tough negotiations Jun.27   Brown: Let work of change begin   Gordon Brown is the UK's new prime minister after replacing the outgoing Tony Blair, following an audience with Queen Elizabeth II Jul.1  Hong Kong marks handover anniversary Jul.16 UK expels four Russian diplomats Jul.22  Bus crash kills 26 Polish pilgrims Jul.23 HIV medics released to Bulgaria   6 Bulgarian medics who were serving life sentences have been freed and are now on a plane to Bulgaria Jul.25  Sarkozy to boost EU-Libya links Aug.30  Sharif names Pakistan return date Sep.1  Bhutto announces Pakistan return Sep.16 PM claims election victory Sep.16 France warning of war with Iran Sep.20  Sarkozy: Toughen Iran sanctions Oct.4  Bhutto upbeat over power-sharing Oct.6  Brown rules out autumn election Oct.18  EU leaders agree new treaty deal Oct.19  Lab suspends DNA pioneer Watson Oct.30  Saudi king's royal meet draws fire Nov.7  Sarkozy applauded by US Congress Nov.19  France braced for huge new strike Nov.21  Talks fail to end strike Nov.29 UK teacher jailed over teddy row   Gillian Gibbons, 54, has been found guilty in of insulting religion after she allowed her primary school class to name a teddy bear Muhammad Nov.30  Protesters: Execute teacher Dec.3  Sudan frees Briton in teddy row Dec.5  Sarkozy urges Betancourt release Dec.7  EU-Africa leaders opening summit Dec.9  Time up for Kosovo status talks Dec.13 EU leaders sign key reform treaty Dec.20 Ceremony marks extended EU border
  A checkpoint between Austria and Slovakia has been dismantled in a ceremony marking the enlargement of the Schengen area
Dec.25   Afghanistan expels top UN and EU officials   One British, the other Irish based in Helmand province, had been holding meetings with different tribes and groups, including the Taliban