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Summary.     Click for More > Killer warning: I'm going to give them hell NATO struggles to name new head   Demjanjuk deported to Germany   Nazi war crimes suspect John Demjanjuk, 89, was deported after he was removed from his home Magna 'agrees to buy GM Europe' Germany picks Magna to save Opel Hostages' bodies 'found in Yemen' VW prepares to take over Porsche France and Germany exit recession Merkel warns Iran on sanctions WWII ceremonies begin Merkel urges Afghan raid inquiry Merkel to face rival in TV debate Exit polls show Merkel retains office   German Chancellor Angela Merkel defeated her foreign minister to win another four-year term. Christian Democratic Union party received 33.7% Victorious Merkel vows recovery General Motors cancels Opel sale Berlin celebrates wall's fall aniversary   Thousands of people joined world leaders to remember the night 20 years ago when a euphoric wave of people power swept away the Berlin Wall Berlin Wall dominoes tumble Enke's death apparent suicide Top soldier quits over Afghanistan raid 2nd German official quits over airstrike  Former Defense Minister and current Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned over a fatal Afghan airstrike ordered by German forces
Billionaire Adolf Merckle kills self Bishops: 'No room' for Holocaust denier 16 killed in school shooting Map of Winnenden Germany
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Billionaire Adolf Merckle kills self   One of the richest men in the world, committed suicide after his business empire got into trouble in the wake of the international financial... Blast hits German embassy German economy faces gloomy 2009 Biden: US seeks to rework foreign ties   Bishops: 'No room' for Holocaust denier  Germany's Catholic bishops are calling for the expulsion of a former bishop Williamson, recently brought back into the church by Pope Benedict XVI Merkel phones pope over Williamson EU heads back financial clampdown 16 killed in school shooting Map of Winnenden Germany


January 2009 ... more > Top ^
Jan.6  
Jan.7  Banks rescue suicide billionaire's interests
Jan.12  Germany agrees 50bn euro stimulus
Jan.16
Jan.21


February 2009 ... more > Top ^
Feb.5  Nazi 'Dr. Death' hunt leads to Cairo
Feb.7
 
Feb.8
 Afghanistan 'tougher than Iraq'
Feb.14  Peru film wins Golden Bear
Feb.22
Feb.27  Opel separates from GM after 80 years


March 2009 ... more > Top ^
Mar.9  Swiss blackmail 'gigolo' jailed
Mar.10  Sporting crushed 12-1 on aggregate
Mar.11  
  A gunman dressed in military gear killed 16 people in a shooting spree in Germany before he was shot dead by police
 Tim Kretschmer, 17, began his rampage at a school where he used to be a student. He broke into the school, went into the classroom and shot wildly around himself
Germany stunned by shooting spree Mar.12   Killer warning: I'm going to give them hell  The teenager who killed 15 people issued a warning about the attack on the Internet the night before his rampage Mar.13  Germany gunman 'had depression' Mar.21  Klitschko retains WBC heavyweight title

April 2009 ... more > Top ^
Apr.3     NATO struggles to name new head  Leaders have failed to agree on a new head for the alliance on the first day of their summit. Europeans had backed Danish PM Rasmussen Apr.8  Messi double as Barcelona outclass Bayern Apr.11  Polar bear attacks woman at Zoo Apr.14  Barcelona stroll into Champions semifinals Apr.19  Vettel gives Red Bull first F1 win in China Apr.30  Trochowski gives Hamburg upper hand

May 2009 ... more > Top ^
May.1 Police battle May Day protesters
May.7  Werder go through after five-goal thriller May.11     Demjanjuk deported to Germany Map of Cleveland Ohio
  Nazi war crimes suspect John Demjanjuk, 89, was deported after he was removed from his home
May.13  Van Gaal appointed new Bayern coach May.23 Wolfsburg win first German league title May.27 Opel talks break down May.29   Magna 'agrees to buy GM Europe'  Canadian-Austrian car parts maker has reached an agreement in principle to rescue GM Europe, owner of Opel and Vauxhall   Germany picks Magna to save Opel
  Germany has agreed a deal with Canadian car parts maker, to take over Opel, part of the European wing of US carmaker GM

June 2009 ... more > Top ^
Jun.9  Federer pulls out of Gerry Webber Jun.14 Rebels seize 9 foreigners
Jun.15   Hostages' bodies 'found in Yemen'  At least 7 foreign hostages seized in Yemen, including at least one child, have been found dead Jun.20  Klitschko beats Chagaev before 61K Jun.21  Red Bull 1-2 as Vettel claims British GP

July 2009 ... more > Top ^
Jul.6 Egyptians angry over German slaying
Jul.12  Webber battles to maiden F1 win Jul.17  Haussler wins as Armstrong stays third Jul.22 Top Porsche managers stand down Jul.23   VW prepares to take over Porsche  Europe's biggest carmaker, Volkswagen, plans to buy German sports car firm in stages while retaining the latter's independence Jul.29 Schumacher makes shock F1 return

August 2009 ... more > Top ^
Aug.6 Police publish porn clips to catch suspect
Aug.10 Time 'runs short' on climate deal Aug.13     France and Germany exit recession  Both economies grew by 0.3% between April and June, bringing to an end year-long recessions in Europe's largest economies  Women's boxing included on Olympics list Aug.16 Bolt sets record to win 100m gold Aug.17  Legend Bekele powers to fourth world title Aug.27     Merkel warns Iran on sanctions  The German chancellor: Iran could face new sanctions if it does not show a willingness to negotiate on its nuclear program Aug.31 Ceremonies mark WWII start     WWII ceremonies begin
Map of Gdansk Poland  A day of commemorations has begun to mark the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II

September 2009 ... more > Top ^
Sep.6     Merkel urges Afghan raid inquiry  German Chancellor has called for an urgent investigation into an airstrike in northern Afghanistan Sep.11 German ships blaze Arctic trail
Sep.13     Merkel to face rival in TV debate  There are two weeks to go before Germans go to the polls in a national election. Chancellor squares up to her main rival Frank Walter Stein... Sep.17  Hamburg humbled in Eu League by Rapid Sep.18 Germany boosts terrorism alert level Sep.20  Gebrselassie wins fourth straight Berlin Sep.25 Germans arrest terror video suspect Sep.27   Exit polls show Merkel retains office
  German Chancellor Angela Merkel defeated her foreign minister to win another four-year term. Christian Democratic Union party received 33.7%.    Merkel told supporters they had achieved 'something magnificent', but ...
    Victorious Merkel vows recovery   German Chancellor says the priority of her second term in office will be to return prosperity to Europe's largest economy

October 2009 ... more > Top ^
Oct.26 German on trial for Muslim murder
Oct.31 Leaders recall Berlin Wall's fall

November 2009 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1  Vettel makes history with win Nov.3   General Motors cancels Opel sale
  GM has cancelled plans to sell a majority stake in its European car business Opel, including its UK brand Vauxhall Nov.7 Haye beats Valuev to win world title
Nov.9   Berlin celebrates wall's fall aniversary
  Thousands of people joined world leaders to remember the night 20 years ago when a euphoric wave of people power swept away the Berlin Wall
 German Chancellor Merkel walked across a bridge that was the first crossing opened between East and West on 9 November 1989, joined by ex-Soviet leader Gorbachev and Polish ex-President Walesa. 1,000 giant dominoes was knocked over The wall's fall led to the German reunification and the Cold War's end. East Germany erected the 155-km concrete wall in 1961 to encircle W. Berlin
  Berlin Wall dominoes tumble  A line of 1,000 giant dominoes was knocked over along a 2-km strip where the Wall once stood -representing the ending communism across Eastern... Nov.10   Enke's death apparent suicide   The goalkeeper for the German national soccer team Robert Enke, 32, was struck by a train in what police called an apparent suicide Nov.11 Egypt welcomes German life term Nov.13 Germany leads eurozone out of recession Nov.15 Thousands mourn goalkeeper Enke Nov.26   Top soldier quits over Afghanistan raid  Wolfgang Schneiderhan has resigned over allegations of a cover-up related to a deadly Nato air strike Nov.27   2nd German official quits over airstrike
  Former Defense Minister and current Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned over a fatal Afghan airstrike ordered by German forces
Nov.29 Demjanjuk war crimes trial to start

December 2009 ... more > Top ^
Dec.8  Super Bayern put out Juve Dec.23  Schumacher returns to F1


  Demjanjuk deported to Germany Map of Cleveland Ohio




Germany, 2009 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
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Feb.5  Nazi 'Dr. Death' hunt leads to Cairo
Feb.8  Afghanistan 'tougher than Iraq'
May.11
  Nazi war crimes suspect John Demjanjuk, 89, was deported after he was removed from his home
Aug.31 Ceremonies mark WWII start Aug.31   WWII ceremonies begin
Map of Gdansk Poland  A day of commemorations has begun to mark the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II Sep.6   Merkel urges Afghan raid inquiry  German Chancellor has called for an urgent investigation into an airstrike in northern Afghanistan Nov.26 Top soldier quits over Afghanistan raid  Wolfgang Schneiderhan has resigned over allegations of a cover-up related to a deadly Nato air strike Nov.27 2nd German official quits over airstrike
  Former Defense Minister and current Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned over a fatal Afghan airstrike ordered by German forces
Nov.29 Demjanjuk war crimes trial to start




Germany, 2009 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2009 Jan.6 Billionaire Adolf Merckle kills self   One of the richest men in the world, committed suicide after his business empire got into trouble in the wake of the international financial... Mar.13  Germany gunman 'had depression' Apr.11  Polar bear attacks woman at Zoo Nov.10 Enke's death apparent suicide   The goalkeeper for the German national soccer team Robert Enke, 32, was struck by a train in what police called an apparent suicide



Germany, 2009 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2009 Mar.10  Sporting crushed 12-1 on aggregate Mar.21  Klitschko retains WBC heavyweight title Apr.8  Messi double as Barcelona outclass Bayern Apr.14  Barcelona stroll into Champions semifinals Apr.19  Vettel gives Red Bull first F1 win in China Apr.30  Trochowski gives Hamburg upper hand May.7  Werder go through after five-goal thriller May.13  Van Gaal appointed new Bayern coach May.23 Wolfsburg win first German league title
Jun.9  Federer pulls out of Gerry Webber Jun.20  Klitschko beats Chagaev before 61K Jun.21  Red Bull 1-2 as Vettel claims British GP Jul.12  Webber battles to maiden F1 win Jul.17  Haussler wins as Armstrong stays third Jul.29 Schumacher makes shock F1 return Aug.13  Women's boxing included on Olympics list Aug.16 Bolt sets record to win 100m gold Aug.17  Legend Bekele powers to fourth world title Sep.17  Hamburg humbled in Eu League by Rapid Sep.20  Gebrselassie wins fourth straight Berlin Nov.1  Vettel makes history with win Nov.7 Haye beats Valuev to win world title Nov.10 Enke's death apparent suicide   The goalkeeper for the German national soccer team Robert Enke, 32, was struck by a train in what police called an apparent suicide Nov.15 Thousands mourn goalkeeper Enke Dec.8  Super Bayern put out Juve Dec.23  Schumacher returns to F1



Germany, 2009 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2009 Jan.6 Billionaire Adolf Merckle kills self   One of the richest men in the world, committed suicide after his business empire got into trouble in the wake of the international financial... Jan.7  Banks rescue suicide billionaire's interests Jan.12  Germany agrees 50bn euro stimulus Jan.21 German economy faces gloomy 2009
Feb.14  Peru film wins Golden Bear Feb.22 EU heads back financial clampdown Feb.27  Opel separates from GM after 80 years May.1 Police battle May Day protesters May.27 Opel talks break down May.29 Magna 'agrees to buy GM Europe'  Canadian-Austrian car parts maker has reached an agreement in principle to rescue GM Europe, owner of Opel and Vauxhall May.29 Germany picks Magna to save Opel
  Germany has agreed a deal with Canadian car parts maker, to take over Opel, part of the European wing of US carmaker GM Jul.22 Top Porsche managers stand down Jul.23 VW prepares to take over Porsche  Europe's biggest carmaker, Volkswagen, plans to buy German sports car firm in stages while retaining the latter's independence Aug.13   France and Germany exit recession  Both economies grew by 0.3% between April and June, bringing to an end year-long recessions in Europe's largest economies Sep.11 German ships blaze Arctic trail Sep.27   Victorious Merkel vows recovery   German Chancellor says the priority of her second term in office will be to return prosperity to Europe's largest economy Nov.3 General Motors cancels Opel sale  GM has cancelled plans to sell a majority stake in its European car business Opel, including its UK brand Vauxhall Nov.13 Germany leads eurozone out of recession



Germany, 2009 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2009 Jan.16 Blast hits German embassy
Feb.5  Nazi 'Dr. Death' hunt leads to Cairo Mar.9  Swiss blackmail 'gigolo' jailed Mar.11 16 killed in school shooting Map of Winnenden Germany
  A gunman dressed in military gear killed 16 people in a shooting spree in Germany before he was shot dead by police
 Tim Kretschmer, 17, began his rampage at a school where he used to be a student. He broke into the school, went into the classroom and shot wildly around himself
Mar.11 Germany stunned by shooting spree Mar.12 Killer warning: I'm going to give them hell  The teenager who killed 15 people issued a warning about the attack on the Internet the night before his rampage Mar.13  Germany gunman 'had depression' May.11   Demjanjuk deported to Germany Map of Cleveland Ohio
  Nazi war crimes suspect John Demjanjuk, 89, was deported after he was removed from his home
Jun.14 Rebels seize 9 foreigners Jun.15 Hostages' bodies 'found in Yemen'  At least 7 foreign hostages seized in Yemen, including at least one child, have been found dead Jul.6 Egyptians angry over German slaying Aug.6 Police publish porn clips to catch suspect Sep.18 Germany boosts terrorism alert level Sep.25 Germans arrest terror video suspect Oct.26 German on trial for Muslim murder Nov.11 Egypt welcomes German life term Nov.29 Demjanjuk war crimes trial to start



Germany, 2009 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2009 Feb.7 Biden: US seeks to rework foreign ties
Feb.7   Bishops: 'No room' for Holocaust denier  Germany's Catholic bishops are calling for the expulsion of a former bishop Williamson, recently brought back into the church by Pope Benedict XVI Feb.8 Merkel phones pope over Williamson Feb.8  Afghanistan 'tougher than Iraq' Feb.22 EU heads back financial clampdown Apr.3   NATO struggles to name new head  Leaders have failed to agree on a new head for the alliance on the first day of their summit. Europeans had backed Danish PM Rasmussen May.1 Police battle May Day protesters Jul.6 Egyptians angry over German slaying Aug.10 Time 'runs short' on climate deal Aug.27   Merkel warns Iran on sanctions  The German chancellor: Iran could face new sanctions if it does not show a willingness to negotiate on its nuclear program Aug.31 Ceremonies mark WWII start Aug.31   WWII ceremonies begin Map of Gdansk Poland  A day of commemorations has begun to mark the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II Sep.6   Merkel urges Afghan raid inquiry  German Chancellor has called for an urgent investigation into an airstrike in northern Afghanistan Sep.13   Merkel to face rival in TV debate  There are two weeks to go before Germans go to the polls in a national election. Chancellor squares up to her main rival Frank Walter Stein... Sep.27 Exit polls show Merkel retains office
  German Chancellor Angela Merkel defeated her foreign minister to win another four-year term. Christian Democratic Union party received 33.7%.    Merkel told supporters they had achieved 'something magnificent', but ...
Oct.31 Leaders recall Berlin Wall's fall
Nov.9 Berlin celebrates wall's fall aniversary
  Thousands of people joined world leaders to remember the night 20 years ago when a euphoric wave of people power swept away the Berlin Wall
 German Chancellor Merkel walked across a bridge that was the first crossing opened between East and West on 9 November 1989, joined by ex-Soviet leader Gorbachev and Polish ex-President Walesa. 1,000 giant dominoes was knocked over The wall's fall led to the German reunification and the Cold War's end. East Germany erected the 155-km concrete wall in 1961 to encircle W. Berlin
Nov.9 Berlin Wall dominoes tumble  A line of 1,000 giant dominoes was knocked over along a 2-km strip where the Wall once stood -representing the ending communism across Eastern... Nov.15 Thousands mourn goalkeeper Enke
Nov.26 Top soldier quits over Afghanistan raid  Wolfgang Schneiderhan has resigned over allegations of a cover-up related to a deadly Nato air strike Nov.27 2nd German official quits over airstrike
  Former Defense Minister and current Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned over a fatal Afghan airstrike ordered by German forces