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Summary.     Click for More > French voters send warning to Sarkozy Sarkozy's party suffers at polls Sarkozy pleads for Colombian hostage Olympic torch extinguished   The relay was disrupted by protesters demonstrating against the Chinese government, causing authorities to extinguish the flame 3 times   Princess Diana 'unlawfully killed'   The inquest jury: Diana and Dodi Al Fayed were unlawfully killed due to the gross negligence of driver Henri Paul and the paparazzi Fashion king Saint Laurent dies Nadal humiliates Federer in French final Donors pledge $17B to Afghanistan Betancourt joy at French return French head will attend Olympics Syria, Lebanon to open embassies France hosts Mediterranean summit  Leaders of EU and Mediterranean rim 42 countries are gathering to launch a Union for the Mediterranean Olmert: Peace deal never been closer Betancourt in plea to FARC rebels Obama heads to Paris after Berlin Obama links NATO troops to U.S. tax cuts Sastre wins Tour de France crown Russia accused of abusing truce EU leaders meet to discuss credit crisis No banks bail-out fund for Europe   France, Britain, Germany and Italy have agreed to work together to support financial institutions - but without forming a joint bail-out fun... EU chiefs confront markets crisis European banks rescue plan agreed
Rogue trader to cost SocGen $7bn
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  Bank Societe Generale as uncovered 'massive' fraud by a trader which resulted in a loss of 4.9bn euros
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January 2008 ... more > Top ^
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Jan.24  
  Bank Societe Generale as uncovered 'massive' fraud by a trader which resulted in a loss of 4.9bn euros
Jan.25  Rogue trader scandal broadens out  Police search rogue trader's flat Jan.26 Police quiz accused 'rogue trader' Jan.27 Trader 'staked 50bn euros' Jan.28 Trader 'concealed deals' Jan.29  Paris to 'block any Societe bids' Jan.30 Societe Generale CEO keep jobs

February 2008 ... more > Top ^
Feb.2  Sarkozy and Bruni marry Feb.13  Astana snubbed by Tour de France Feb.15  Bosses 'condoned' SocGen trader Feb.29  Body of model Katoucha found in Seine

March 2008 ... more > Top ^
Mar.9     French voters send warning to Sarkozy  The oters are favoring leftists in the first round of local elections that were seen as a test for his presidency and his reform agenda Mar.12 Second SocGen employee detained
 Prosecutor seeks Concorde charges Mar.16  Sarkozy braces for election bruising     Sarkozy's party suffers at polls  President's right-wing UMP party has suffered some serious setbacks in the second round of the French local elections Mar.21  France to reduce nuclear warheads Mar.22  France to boost Afghan commitment Mar.23  Sarkozy's ex-wife prepares to wed Mar.26 France offers more troops for Afghanistan  England beaten; Beckham wins 100th cap Mar.27  Overdose killed face tumor woman

April 2008 ... more > Top ^
Apr.1     Sarkozy pleads for Colombian hostage
  French President will send a humanitarian mission to Colombia's jungles to treat ailing hostages held by leftist rebels there Apr.5  Sarkozy aide 'misquoted' on Games Sarkozy terms for Olympic attendance
Apr.7   Olympic torch extinguished
  The relay was disrupted by protesters demonstrating against the Chinese government, causing authorities to extinguish the flame 3 times
 Officials extinguished and put the torch on a bus for safety reasons, in the face of protests
    Princess Diana 'unlawfully killed'
  The inquest jury: Diana and Dodi Al Fayed were unlawfully killed due to the gross negligence of driver Henri Paul and the paparazzi.    Paul's drink-driving and a lack of seatbelts contributed to their ...
Apr.11  Sarkozy: Pirates have released hostages Apr.15  Farming practices 'must change'  France targets anorexia in media Apr.16  Pirates held for questioning

May 2008 ... more > Top ^
May.21  Fishermen clash with police May.26  Federer, Jankovic advance to 2nd round May.28  Sharapova survives big scare May.30  Serena and Venus make shock exits May.31  Federer through but Davydenko crashes

June 2008 ... more > Top ^
Jun.1   Fashion king Saint Laurent dies   Yves Saint Laurent was considered by many as the greatest fashion designer of the 20th Century. He was 71 Jun.2  Safina shocks top seed Sharapova Jun.3  Nadal celebrates birthday with semi slot Jun.4  Federer fights back to reach semifinals Jun.5 Safina streaks to first major final  Ivanovic sees off Jankovic in thriller Jun.6 Nadal nails Djokovic to reach French final Jun.7 Ivanovic clinches maiden Grand Slam Jun.8     Nadal humiliates Federer in French final  Rafael Nadal became the second man to win 4 successive French Open titles after crushing world No. 1 Roger Federer in straight sets Jun.11 Key Afghan donor meeting Jun.12 Karzai appeals for Afghanistan aid   Donors pledge $17B to Afghanistan  World donors sought to bolster Afghanistan's fragile leadership as the need to help secure and feed the country concerns about pervasive cor... Jun.14 Bush meets with Sarkozy Jun.17 France to rejoin NATO command Jun.27 World shares in further decline Jun.28 Iran exiles back armed opposition Jun.30 Warning as France takes EU helm

July 2008 ... more > Top ^
Jul.3 Five to face Concorde crash trial
Jul.4     Betancourt joy at French return  Freed hostage has expressed her joy to be in France, 2 days after her dramatic release from captivity in the Colombian jungle Jul.8     French head will attend Olympics  French President Sarkozy has confirmed that he will attend the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics on 8 August Jul.9 Betancourt: FARC captivity 'was hell' Jul.12 Sarkozy welcomes Assad     Syria, Lebanon to open embassies
  At a joint news conference, Sarkozy affirmed that the establishment of embassies in Beirut and Damascus was in the works   France hosts Mediterranean summit
  Leaders of EU and Mediterranean rim 42 countries are gathering to launch a Union for the Mediterranean
Jul.13     Olmert: Peace deal never been closer  A Mideast peace deal has never been closer to fruition, Israel's prime minister said Sunday, ahead of a summit to launch the French-brokered... Nations work for WMD-free Mediterranean Jul.14 Leaders mass for parade Jul.20     Betancourt in plea to FARC rebels  The recently freed French-Colombian politician has urged her former captors, the Marxist rebels, to release all hostages Jul.25     Obama heads to Paris after Berlin  Barack Obama said that persuading NATO to contribute more troops to Afghanistan could lead to U.S. troops cuts and help improve the U.S. eco...     Obama links NATO troops to U.S. tax cuts  Barack Obama said that persuading NATO allies to contribute more troops to Afghanistan could lead to U.S. troops cuts and help improve the e... Jul.27   Sastre wins Tour de France crown  Carlos Sastre seals his first Tour de France title and becomes the third Spaniard in a row to win. At at 33 he's the oldest maiden winner of...

August 2008 ... more > Top ^
Aug.19 Zambia's president dies in French hospital
Aug.22   Russia accused of abusing truce   The US and France have accused Russia of failing to comply with the terms of its ceasefire with Georgia by creating checkpoints and buffer z... Aug.23  Football fans die as bus slams into bridge Russia urged to quit Georgia port

October 2008 ... more > Top ^
Oct.4   EU leaders meet to discuss credit crisis
  European leaders are meeting to discuss their approach to global financial crisis. Sarkozy planned to meet Brown, Merkel, and Berlusconi   No banks bail-out fund for Europe
  France, Britain, Germany and Italy have agreed to work together to support financial institutions - but without forming a joint bail-out fund
Oct.11   EU chiefs confront markets crisis
  The 15 eurozone leaders are to meet to try to establish a common approach to the financial crisis follow up and execute upon a G7 plan Oct.12   European banks rescue plan agreed
  European leaders meeting have agreed a plan to tackle the banking crisis, saying no big institution will be allowed to fail

November 2008 ... more > Top ^
Nov.20 Socialists in run-off vote

December 2008 ... more > Top ^
Dec.9 Group seeks nuclear weapons ban



France offers more troops for Afghanistan France to rejoin NATO command Betancourt: FARC captivity 'was hell'   Olmert: Peace deal never been closer  A Mideast peace deal has never been closer to fruition, Israel's prime minister said Sunday, ahead of a summit to launch the French-brokered... Nations work for WMD-free Mediterranean   Betancourt in plea to FARC rebels  The recently freed French-Colombian politician has urged her former captors, the Marxist rebels, to release all hostages   Obama links NATO troops to U.S. tax cuts  Barack Obama said that persuading NATO allies to contribute more troops to Afghanistan could lead to U.S. troops cuts and help improve the e... Russia accused of abusing truce   The US and France have accused Russia of failing to comply with the terms of its ceasefire with Georgia by creating checkpoints and buffer z... Russia urged to quit Georgia port Group seeks nuclear weapons ban   Princess Diana 'unlawfully killed'




Paris, 2008 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
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Mar.21  France to reduce nuclear warheads
Mar.22  France to boost Afghan commitment
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Paris, 2008 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
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Feb.29  Body of model Katoucha found in Seine
Mar.12  Prosecutor seeks Concorde charges
Mar.27  Overdose killed face tumor woman
Apr.7
  The inquest jury: Diana and Dodi Al Fayed were unlawfully killed due to the gross negligence of driver Henri Paul and the paparazzi.    Paul's drink-driving and a lack of seatbelts contributed to their ...
Apr.15  France targets anorexia in media Jul.3 Five to face Concorde crash trial
Aug.23  Football fans die as bus slams into bridge



Paris, 2008 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2008 Feb.13  Astana snubbed by Tour de France Mar.26  England beaten; Beckham wins 100th cap Apr.5  Sarkozy aide 'misquoted' on Games Apr.5 Sarkozy terms for Olympic attendance
Apr.7 Olympic torch extinguished
  The relay was disrupted by protesters demonstrating against the Chinese government, causing authorities to extinguish the flame 3 times
 Officials extinguished and put the torch on a bus for safety reasons, in the face of protests
May.26  Federer, Jankovic advance to 2nd round May.28  Sharapova survives big scare May.30  Serena and Venus make shock exits May.31  Federer through but Davydenko crashes Jun.2  Safina shocks top seed Sharapova Jun.3  Nadal celebrates birthday with semi slot Jun.4  Federer fights back to reach semifinals Jun.5 Safina streaks to first major final Jun.5  Ivanovic sees off Jankovic in thriller Jun.6 Nadal nails Djokovic to reach French final Jun.7 Ivanovic clinches maiden Grand Slam Jun.8   Nadal humiliates Federer in French final  Rafael Nadal became the second man to win 4 successive French Open titles after crushing world No. 1 Roger Federer in straight sets Jul.8   French head will attend Olympics  French President Sarkozy has confirmed that he will attend the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics on 8 August Jul.27 Sastre wins Tour de France crown  Carlos Sastre seals his first Tour de France title and becomes the third Spaniard in a row to win. At at 33 he's the oldest maiden winner of... Aug.23  Football fans die as bus slams into bridge



Paris, 2008 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2008 Jan.11 Cecilia Sarkozy fails to ban book
Jan.24 Rogue trader to cost SocGen $7bn
  Bank Societe Generale as uncovered 'massive' fraud by a trader which resulted in a loss of 4.9bn euros
Jan.25  Rogue trader scandal broadens out Jan.26 Police quiz accused 'rogue trader' Jan.27 Trader 'staked 50bn euros' Jan.28 Trader 'concealed deals' Jan.29  Paris to 'block any Societe bids' Jan.30 Societe Generale CEO keep jobs Feb.15  Bosses 'condoned' SocGen trader Feb.29  Body of model Katoucha found in Seine Mar.12 Second SocGen employee detained Apr.15  Farming practices 'must change' Jun.1 Fashion king Saint Laurent dies   Yves Saint Laurent was considered by many as the greatest fashion designer of the 20th Century. He was 71 Jun.27 World shares in further decline Jul.14 Leaders mass for parade Jul.25   Obama links NATO troops to U.S. tax cuts  Barack Obama said that persuading NATO allies to contribute more troops to Afghanistan could lead to U.S. troops cuts and help improve the e... Oct.4 EU leaders meet to discuss credit crisis
  European leaders are meeting to discuss their approach to global financial crisis. Sarkozy planned to meet Brown, Merkel, and Berlusconi Oct.4 No banks bail-out fund for Europe
  France, Britain, Germany and Italy have agreed to work together to support financial institutions - but without forming a joint bail-out fund
Oct.11 EU chiefs confront markets crisis
  The 15 eurozone leaders are to meet to try to establish a common approach to the financial crisis follow up and execute upon a G7 plan Oct.12 European banks rescue plan agreed  European leaders meeting have agreed a plan to tackle the banking crisis, saying no big institution will be allowed to fail



Paris, 2008 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2008 Jan.24 Rogue trader to cost SocGen $7bn
  Bank Societe Generale as uncovered 'massive' fraud by a trader which resulted in a loss of 4.9bn euros
Jan.25  Rogue trader scandal broadens out Jan.25  Police search rogue trader's flat Jan.26 Police quiz accused 'rogue trader' Jan.27 Trader 'staked 50bn euros' Jan.28 Trader 'concealed deals' Mar.12 Second SocGen employee detained Mar.12  Prosecutor seeks Concorde charges Apr.1   Sarkozy pleads for Colombian hostage   French President will send a humanitarian mission to Colombia's jungles to treat ailing hostages held by leftist rebels there Apr.7   Princess Diana 'unlawfully killed'
  The inquest jury: Diana and Dodi Al Fayed were unlawfully killed due to the gross negligence of driver Henri Paul and the paparazzi.    Paul's drink-driving and a lack of seatbelts contributed to their ...
Apr.11  Sarkozy: Pirates have released hostages Apr.16  Pirates held for questioning Jul.3 Five to face Concorde crash trial Jul.9 Betancourt: FARC captivity 'was hell'



Paris, 2008 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2008 Jan.11 Cecilia Sarkozy fails to ban book
Jan.29  Paris to 'block any Societe bids' Feb.2  Sarkozy and Bruni marry Mar.9   French voters send warning to Sarkozy  The oters are favoring leftists in the first round of local elections that were seen as a test for his presidency and his reform agenda Mar.16  Sarkozy braces for election bruising Mar.16   Sarkozy's party suffers at polls  President's right-wing UMP party has suffered some serious setbacks in the second round of the French local elections Mar.23  Sarkozy's ex-wife prepares to wed Apr.1   Sarkozy pleads for Colombian hostage   French President will send a humanitarian mission to Colombia's jungles to treat ailing hostages held by leftist rebels there Apr.5  Sarkozy aide 'misquoted' on Games Apr.5 Sarkozy terms for Olympic attendance Apr.7 Olympic torch extinguished
  The relay was disrupted by protesters demonstrating against the Chinese government, causing authorities to extinguish the flame 3 times
 Officials extinguished and put the torch on a bus for safety reasons, in the face of protests
Apr.7   Princess Diana 'unlawfully killed'
  The inquest jury: Diana and Dodi Al Fayed were unlawfully killed due to the gross negligence of driver Henri Paul and the paparazzi.    Paul's drink-driving and a lack of seatbelts contributed to their ...
Apr.15  France targets anorexia in media May.21  Fishermen clash with police Jun.11 Key Afghan donor meeting Jun.12 Karzai appeals for Afghanistan aid Jun.12 Donors pledge $17B to Afghanistan  World donors sought to bolster Afghanistan's fragile leadership as the need to help secure and feed the country concerns about pervasive cor... Jun.14 Bush meets with Sarkozy Jun.17 France to rejoin NATO command Jun.28 Iran exiles back armed opposition Jun.30 Warning as France takes EU helm Jul.4   Betancourt joy at French return  Freed hostage has expressed her joy to be in France, 2 days after her dramatic release from captivity in the Colombian jungle Jul.8   French head will attend Olympics  French President Sarkozy has confirmed that he will attend the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics on 8 August Jul.12 Sarkozy welcomes Assad Jul.12   Syria, Lebanon to open embassies  At a joint news conference, Sarkozy affirmed that the establishment of embassies in Beirut and Damascus was in the works Jul.12 France hosts Mediterranean summit
  Leaders of EU and Mediterranean rim 42 countries are gathering to launch a Union for the Mediterranean
Jul.13   Olmert: Peace deal never been closer  A Mideast peace deal has never been closer to fruition, Israel's prime minister said Sunday, ahead of a summit to launch the French-brokered... Jul.13 Nations work for WMD-free Mediterranean Jul.14 Leaders mass for parade Jul.20   Betancourt in plea to FARC rebels  The recently freed French-Colombian politician has urged her former captors, the Marxist rebels, to release all hostages Jul.25   Obama heads to Paris after Berlin  Barack Obama said that persuading NATO to contribute more troops to Afghanistan could lead to U.S. troops cuts and help improve the U.S. eco... Aug.19 Zambia's president dies in French hospital Aug.23 Russia urged to quit Georgia port Oct.4 EU leaders meet to discuss credit crisis  European leaders are meeting to discuss their approach to global financial crisis. Sarkozy planned to meet Brown, Merkel, and Berlusconi Oct.4 No banks bail-out fund for Europe
  France, Britain, Germany and Italy have agreed to work together to support financial institutions - but without forming a joint bail-out fund
Oct.11 EU chiefs confront markets crisis   The 15 eurozone leaders are to meet to try to establish a common approach to the financial crisis follow up and execute upon a G7 plan Oct.12 European banks rescue plan agreed  European leaders meeting have agreed a plan to tackle the banking crisis, saying no big institution will be allowed to fail Nov.20 Socialists in run-off vote Dec.9 Group seeks nuclear weapons ban