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B. 02-16 Dubai ties Hamas official's death to EU Dubai
03-02 Budget crisis is like wartime situation - PM Greece
3. 04-10 Polish president died in plane crash Smolensk, Russia
4. 04-17 Volcanic ash wreaking travel chaos Iceland
F. 05-11 David Cameron named UK prime minister London
6. 05-12 Child is sole Libya jet crash survivor Tripoli, Libya

Summary.     Click for More > BA cabin crew begin strike action Pope says 'sorry' for Irish church abuse Polish president died in plane crash Map of Smolensk Russia  Tupolev 154, carrying Lech Kaczynski, has crashed near a Russian airport. 87 people were killed; there were no survivors   Volcanic ash wreaking travel chaos   A cloud from an Icelandic volcano continued to blanket Europe, shutting down airspace in 23 countries and causing misery for millions of tra... Three dead as Greek strike grows violent EU approves $560B crisis fund David Cameron named UK prime minister Child is sole Libya jet crash survivor U.S., Russia swap spies   Spain win World Cup in extra time  Andres Iniesta scores with four minutes left in extra time to give Spain their first World Cup with a 1-0 victory over the Netherlands BP says oil has stopped leaking Festival stampede kills 19 Terror plot: possible attacks in 5 countries Hungarian sludge reaches Danube Prince William announced engagement Assange jailed as extradition considered One dead after Stockholm blasts Snow paralyses transport in W. Europe Denmark holds 'cartoon plotters'
  Dubai ties Hamas official's death to EU  Dubai authorities issued an international arrest warrant for suspects in last month's slaying of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh Madeira floods and mudslides kill 43 Storm batters Europe, at least 51 dead   Budget crisis is like wartime situation - PM
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PM vows to slash huge government deficit   Dubai ties Hamas official's death to EU


January 2010 ... more > Top ^
Jan.1  Controversial cartoonist escapes attack
Jan.3  U.S., Britain close embassies in Yemen


February 2010 ... more > Top ^
Feb.10
Feb.15  18 killed in Belgian train crash
Feb.16  
  Dubai authorities issued an international arrest warrant for suspects in last month's slaying of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh.    Killers in a swank Dubai hotel, some of them scoping out their target in an...
Feb.20   Madeira floods and mudslides kill 43   After torrential rains 63 others were reported have been injured on the Atlantic island, which is popular with foreign tourists Feb.21 Flood rescuers search streets and houses Lufthansa four-day strike begins Feb.22  Argentina rallies support over Falklands Feb.23  Greece steeled for 24-hour strike Feb.28   Storm batters Europe, at least 51 dead  A winter storm named 'Xynthia' battered the western coast of Europe, its high winds downing trees and power lines

March 2010 ... more > Top ^
Mar.2     Budget crisis is like wartime situation - PM
  Prime Minister George Papandreou has likened the country's budget crisis to a 'wartime situation' and said Greece was at risk of bankruptcy
 The government has approved a package of tax increases and spending cuts to save 4.8bn euros and ease its budget crisis, including rises in sales taxes, a cut in holiday bonuses paid to civil servants, and a pensions freeze. The EU had called for austerity measures
Mar.3  Greece backs new round of tax rises  Giant waves hit cruise ship; 2 killed Mar.15  EU ministers agree Greek plan Mar.17  Cardinal apologizes for child abuse failures Mar.19   BA cabin crew begin strike action  British Airways cabin crew have begun strike action that will cause severe disruption to flights for the next 3 days Mar.20     Pope says 'sorry' for Irish church abuse  Benedict XVI said he is 'truly sorry' for the abuse suffered by victims at the hands of Catholic priests in Ireland

April 2010 ... more > Top ^
Apr.6  Race begins as Brown confirms 6 May date Apr.7  Pinochet judge charged with abuse Apr.10   Polish president died in plane crash
Map of Smolensk Russia
  Tupolev 154, carrying Lech Kaczynski, has crashed near a Russian airport. 87 people were killed; there were no survivors
 Kaczynski, his wife Maria and several senior government figures were in Russia to mark the 70th anniversary of the Katyn massacre. They included the army chief of staff Gen Franciszek Gagor, central bank governor Slawomir Skrzypek and deputy Foreign Minister Andrzej Kremer. There were a total of 132 people on the plane
Apr.17     Volcanic ash wreaking travel chaos
  A cloud from an Icelandic volcano continued to blanket Europe, shutting down airspace in 23 countries and causing misery for millions of travelers.    Virtually all of Europe's major airports remain closed as a huge plume of ash drifts south and east across...
Apr.18 Poles hold funeral for president
Apr.19 Europe airport start to reopen for flights Apr.26 Noriega extradited to France Apr.28  PM apologizes for calling woman 'bigot'

May 2010 ... more > Top ^
May.4 Tansport halts as strike extends
May.5   Three dead as Greek strike grows violent  Police sirens and tear gas filled the streets around parliament building after protests against government. 3 people dying in a fire inside a... May.6 Conservatives head for big gains May.9  Volcanic ash cloud disrupts flights   EU approves $560B crisis fund  Europe's finance ministers approved in an emergency meeting a 'stabilization mechanism' that could provide 440 billion euros for a aid packa... May.10  Brown 'stepping down as Labour leader' May.11     David Cameron named UK prime minister   Cameron immediately began forming his coalition government, appointing several Liberal Democrat leaders to Cabinet posts May.12   Child is sole Libya jet crash survivor
Map of Tripoli Libya  92 passengers and 11 crew members were killed. An 8-year-old boy who is a Dutch citizen is the sole survivor of a deadly Afriqiyah Airways crash May.16 Ash closes airports in England, Ireland  Ash cloud to close Heathrow and Gatwick May.22 Inter are European champions

June 2010 ... more > Top ^
Jun.2  12 killed in England shooting spree Jun.4  BP fits cap but yet to stop leak in Gulf Jun.9  Dutch PM resigns party leadership Jun.15 Bloody Sunday killed were innocent
Jun.16  US Congress set to grill BP chief Jun.24 Belgian Catholic offices raided in sex probe

July 2010 ... more > Top ^
Jul.4 Komorowski leads Polish presidential poll
Jul.6 Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final  Queen Elizabeth praises U.N. efforts Jul.7 Spain reached the World Cup final Jul.9     U.S., Russia swap spies Map of Vienna Austria  The United States and Russia completed a spy swap Friday, exchanging the agents on chartered planes at an airport in Vienna Jul.11     Spain win World Cup in extra time
  Andres Iniesta scores with four minutes left in extra time to give Spain their first World Cup with a 1-0 victory over the Netherlands.    Nelson Mandela is in the crowd. A game littered with 13 yellow cards and one red is settled by a moment of magic. Spain: Iker Casillas (capt); Sergio Ramos, Carles ...
Jul.15     BP says oil has stopped leaking
  BP says it has temporarily stopped oil flowing into the Gulf of Mexico from its leaking well, the first time the flow has stopped since an explosion Jul.17  Grenoble rioters shoot at police Jul.20  Lockerbie bomber release 'not BP's fault' Jul.23 Europe's big banks pass stress tests Jul.24   Festival stampede kills 19 Map of Duisburg Germany  At least 17 people have been killed at the Love Parade electronic music festival in the German city of Duisburg after panic sparked a stampede Jul.25  Number of dead at music festival rises Jul.27 BP ousts CEO Hayward Jul.28  Catalonia bans bullfighting Jul.29  Woman buried 8 babies Jul.31  Dutch troops to leave Afghanistan

August 2010 ... more > Top ^
Aug.5  Model tells court of 'dirty stones' gift Aug.18  France to begin Roma deportations Aug.21  Warrant dropped for WikiLeaks founder Aug.28 Arrest over cricket 'bets scam'
Aug.30  Dutch arrest two men after flight from US

September 2010 ... more > Top ^
Sep.5  Spain's Eta 'declares ceasefire' Sep.14 French senate approves burqa ban
Sep.16  Pope: Abuse cases a 'shock' Thousands attend Mass in Glasgow Sep.19  Terror suspect arrested at airport  Sweden narrowly re-elects right  UK troops leave Helmand's Sangin Sep.21  Bank investigated over money laundering Sep.25  Labour Party taps Miliband as new leader Sep.26  12 dead in bus crash in Germany Sep.29  Unions stage day of action over cuts     Terror plot: possible attacks in 5 countries  A potential terror plot may have involved synchronized attacks in several countries with 'at least a dozen' people taking part

October 2010 ... more > Top ^
Oct.2  US may give Europe travel warning Oct.7     Hungarian sludge reaches Danube   Toxic red sludge from a spill at an industrial plant in Hungary has reached the River Danube  Vargas Llosa wins Nobel Prize in literature Oct.9  UK aid worker killed in Afghanistan Oct.11  US troops may have killed hostage French unions launch new strike
Oct.18  Sarkozy defies French protesters Oct.19  Saudi prince guilty of murdering aide Oct.20  UK unveils major spending cuts Oct.21  French unions call more strike days Oct.22  French Senate OKs pension changes Oct.23  WikiLeaks: Sensitive info protected Oct.27 French Parliament OKs pension reform Oct.28  EU frames eurozone crisis rules Oct.30  Bomb 'meant to explode on plane'

November 2010 ... more > Top ^
Nov.2  Parcel bomb sent to Angela Merkel Nov.3  Greece suspends shipments after blasts Nov.7  Clashes over German nuclear train  Pope consecrates Gaudi's Sagrada Familia Nov.14  British pair freed from pirates Nov.16     Prince William announced engagement   William and girlfriend Kate Middleton, both 28, have been sent congratulations from around the world after announcing their engagement Nov.18 Dublin needs aid, minister admits
Nov.19 NATO agrees on missile defense Nov.20  NATO, Afghans hammer out long-term ties Nov.21  Irish government backs bail-out  Irish PM confirms EU rescue deal

December 2010 ... more > Top ^
Dec.1  Snowfall disrupts northern Europe Dec.3  Air controller walkout disrupts travel Dec.5  Egypt shark attack kills German Dec.7     Assange jailed as extradition considered   WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange handed himself over to police, promptly appeared in court where he was denied bail and left for jail  French Haiti cholera report 'inconclusive' Dec.9 Protesters attack Prince Charles' car
Dec.11   One dead after Stockholm blasts   One person has been killed and two others injured as two explosions rocked the centre of the capital near the busy shopping street of Drott... Dec.12  Explosions were 'an act of terrorism' Dec.14  Wikileaks chief's release delayed Dec.15  U.S. to sue BP over Gulf of Mexico oil spill Dec.16 Wikileaks founder Assange freed on bail Dec.20  Europe is digging airports out of snow Dec.21  Europe bends under weight of snow Dec.23 Parcel bombs hit Rome embassies Dec.24   Snow paralyses transport in W. Europe  Thousands of travellers have had their Christmas plans disrupted by further snowfalls across Western Europe  Paris cancels half of flights Dec.27  Explosives found at Greek embassy Dec.29     Denmark holds 'cartoon plotters'  5 suspected Islamist militants have been arrested for planning to attack a newspaper that printed cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in 2005


NATO agrees on missile defense Madeira floods and mudslides kill 43   After torrential rains 63 others were reported have been injured on the Atlantic island, which is popular with foreign tourists Flood rescuers search streets and houses Storm batters Europe, at least 51 dead  A winter storm named 'Xynthia' battered the western coast of Europe, its high winds downing trees and power lines Polish president died in plane crash Map of Smolensk Russia




European Union, 2010 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
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Jul.31  Dutch troops to leave Afghanistan
Sep.5  Spain's Eta 'declares ceasefire'
Sep.19  UK troops leave Helmand's Sangin
Oct.11  US troops may have killed hostage
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European Union, 2010 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
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Feb.15  18 killed in Belgian train crash
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Mar.3  Giant waves hit cruise ship; 2 killed
Apr.10
  Tupolev 154, carrying Lech Kaczynski, has crashed near a Russian airport. 87 people were killed; there were no survivors
 Kaczynski, his wife Maria and several senior government figures were in Russia to mark the 70th anniversary of the Katyn massacre. They included the army chief of staff Gen Franciszek Gagor, central bank governor Slawomir Skrzypek and deputy Foreign Minister Andrzej Kremer. There were a total of 132 people on the plane
Apr.17   Volcanic ash wreaking travel chaos
  A cloud from an Icelandic volcano continued to blanket Europe, shutting down airspace in 23 countries and causing misery for millions of travelers.    Virtually all of Europe's major airports remain closed as a huge plume of ash drifts south and east across...
May.9  Volcanic ash cloud disrupts flights May.12 Child is sole Libya jet crash survivor
Map of Tripoli Libya  92 passengers and 11 crew members were killed. An 8-year-old boy who is a Dutch citizen is the sole survivor of a deadly Afriqiyah Airways crash May.16 Ash closes airports in England, Ireland May.16  Ash cloud to close Heathrow and Gatwick Jun.4  BP fits cap but yet to stop leak in Gulf Jun.16  US Congress set to grill BP chief Jul.15   BP says oil has stopped leaking
  BP says it has temporarily stopped oil flowing into the Gulf of Mexico from its leaking well, the first time the flow has stopped since an explosion Jul.24 Festival stampede kills 19 Map of Duisburg Germany  At least 17 people have been killed at the Love Parade electronic music festival in the German city of Duisburg after panic sparked a stampede Jul.25  Number of dead at music festival rises Jul.28  Catalonia bans bullfighting Sep.26  12 dead in bus crash in Germany Oct.7   Hungarian sludge reaches Danube   Toxic red sludge from a spill at an industrial plant in Hungary has reached the River Danube Dec.1  Snowfall disrupts northern Europe Dec.5  Egypt shark attack kills German Dec.7  French Haiti cholera report 'inconclusive' Dec.15  U.S. to sue BP over Gulf of Mexico oil spill Dec.20  Europe is digging airports out of snow Dec.21  Europe bends under weight of snow Dec.24 Snow paralyses transport in W. Europe  Thousands of travellers have had their Christmas plans disrupted by further snowfalls across Western Europe Dec.24  Paris cancels half of flights



European Union, 2010 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2010 May.22 Inter are European champions
Jul.6 Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final Jul.7 Spain reached the World Cup final Jul.11   Spain win World Cup in extra time
  Andres Iniesta scores with four minutes left in extra time to give Spain their first World Cup with a 1-0 victory over the Netherlands.    Nelson Mandela is in the crowd. A game littered with 13 yellow cards and one red is settled by a moment of magic. Spain: Iker Casillas (capt); Sergio Ramos, Carles ...
Aug.28 Arrest over cricket 'bets scam'




European Union, 2010 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2010 Feb.10 PM vows to slash huge government deficit
Feb.21 Lufthansa four-day strike begins Feb.23  Greece steeled for 24-hour strike Mar.2   Budget crisis is like wartime situation - PM
  Prime Minister George Papandreou has likened the country's budget crisis to a 'wartime situation' and said Greece was at risk of bankruptcy
 The government has approved a package of tax increases and spending cuts to save 4.8bn euros and ease its budget crisis, including rises in sales taxes, a cut in holiday bonuses paid to civil servants, and a pensions freeze. The EU had called for austerity measures
Mar.3  Greece backs new round of tax rises Mar.15  EU ministers agree Greek plan Mar.19 BA cabin crew begin strike action  British Airways cabin crew have begun strike action that will cause severe disruption to flights for the next 3 days Apr.17   Volcanic ash wreaking travel chaos
  A cloud from an Icelandic volcano continued to blanket Europe, shutting down airspace in 23 countries and causing misery for millions of travelers.    Virtually all of Europe's major airports remain closed as a huge plume of ash drifts south and east across...
Apr.19 Europe airport start to reopen for flights
May.4 Tansport halts as strike extends May.9  Volcanic ash cloud disrupts flights May.9 EU approves $560B crisis fund  Europe's finance ministers approved in an emergency meeting a 'stabilization mechanism' that could provide 440 billion euros for a aid packa... May.16 Ash closes airports in England, Ireland May.16  Ash cloud to close Heathrow and Gatwick Jun.4  BP fits cap but yet to stop leak in Gulf Jun.16  US Congress set to grill BP chief Jul.15   BP says oil has stopped leaking  BP says it has temporarily stopped oil flowing into the Gulf of Mexico from its leaking well, the first time the flow has stopped since an explosion Jul.23 Europe's big banks pass stress tests Jul.27 BP ousts CEO Hayward Aug.5  Model tells court of 'dirty stones' gift Sep.21  Bank investigated over money laundering Sep.29  Unions stage day of action over cuts Oct.2  US may give Europe travel warning Oct.7  Vargas Llosa wins Nobel Prize in literature Oct.11 French unions launch new strike Oct.20  UK unveils major spending cuts Oct.21  French unions call more strike days Oct.28  EU frames eurozone crisis rules Nov.21  Irish government backs bail-out Nov.21  Irish PM confirms EU rescue deal Dec.3  Air controller walkout disrupts travel Dec.15  U.S. to sue BP over Gulf of Mexico oil spill Dec.20  Europe is digging airports out of snow Dec.24  Paris cancels half of flights



European Union, 2010 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2010 Jan.1  Controversial cartoonist escapes attack Jan.3  U.S., Britain close embassies in Yemen Feb.16   Dubai ties Hamas official's death to EU
  Dubai authorities issued an international arrest warrant for suspects in last month's slaying of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh.    Killers in a swank Dubai hotel, some of them scoping out their target in an...
Mar.17  Cardinal apologizes for child abuse failures Mar.20   Pope says 'sorry' for Irish church abuse  Benedict XVI said he is 'truly sorry' for the abuse suffered by victims at the hands of Catholic priests in Ireland Apr.7  Pinochet judge charged with abuse Jun.2  12 killed in England shooting spree Jun.24 Belgian Catholic offices raided in sex probe Jul.9   U.S., Russia swap spies Map of Vienna Austria  The United States and Russia completed a spy swap Friday, exchanging the agents on chartered planes at an airport in Vienna Jul.17  Grenoble rioters shoot at police Jul.29  Woman buried 8 babies Aug.5  Model tells court of 'dirty stones' gift Aug.21  Warrant dropped for WikiLeaks founder Aug.28 Arrest over cricket 'bets scam' Aug.30  Dutch arrest two men after flight from US Sep.5  Spain's Eta 'declares ceasefire' Sep.16  Pope: Abuse cases a 'shock' Sep.19  Terror suspect arrested at airport Sep.21  Bank investigated over money laundering Sep.29   Terror plot: possible attacks in 5 countries  A potential terror plot may have involved synchronized attacks in several countries with 'at least a dozen' people taking part Oct.2  US may give Europe travel warning Oct.9  UK aid worker killed in Afghanistan Oct.19  Saudi prince guilty of murdering aide Oct.30  Bomb 'meant to explode on plane' Nov.2  Parcel bomb sent to Angela Merkel Nov.3  Greece suspends shipments after blasts Nov.14  British pair freed from pirates Dec.7   Assange jailed as extradition considered   WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange handed himself over to police, promptly appeared in court where he was denied bail and left for jail Dec.9 Protesters attack Prince Charles' car Dec.11 One dead after Stockholm blasts   One person has been killed and two others injured as two explosions rocked the centre of the capital near the busy shopping street of Drott... Dec.12  Explosions were 'an act of terrorism' Dec.14  Wikileaks chief's release delayed Dec.16 Wikileaks founder Assange freed on bail Dec.23 Parcel bombs hit Rome embassies Dec.27  Explosives found at Greek embassy Dec.29   Denmark holds 'cartoon plotters'  5 suspected Islamist militants have been arrested for planning to attack a newspaper that printed cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in 2005



European Union, 2010 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2010 Jan.3  U.S., Britain close embassies in Yemen Feb.10 PM vows to slash huge government deficit
Feb.22  Argentina rallies support over Falklands Mar.2   Budget crisis is like wartime situation - PM
  Prime Minister George Papandreou has likened the country's budget crisis to a 'wartime situation' and said Greece was at risk of bankruptcy
 The government has approved a package of tax increases and spending cuts to save 4.8bn euros and ease its budget crisis, including rises in sales taxes, a cut in holiday bonuses paid to civil servants, and a pensions freeze. The EU had called for austerity measures
Mar.3  Greece backs new round of tax rises Mar.15  EU ministers agree Greek plan Mar.17  Cardinal apologizes for child abuse failures Mar.20   Pope says 'sorry' for Irish church abuse  Benedict XVI said he is 'truly sorry' for the abuse suffered by victims at the hands of Catholic priests in Ireland Apr.6  Race begins as Brown confirms 6 May date Apr.10 Polish president died in plane crash
Map of Smolensk Russia
  Tupolev 154, carrying Lech Kaczynski, has crashed near a Russian airport. 87 people were killed; there were no survivors
 Kaczynski, his wife Maria and several senior government figures were in Russia to mark the 70th anniversary of the Katyn massacre. They included the army chief of staff Gen Franciszek Gagor, central bank governor Slawomir Skrzypek and deputy Foreign Minister Andrzej Kremer. There were a total of 132 people on the plane
Apr.18 Poles hold funeral for president Apr.26 Noriega extradited to France Apr.28  PM apologizes for calling woman 'bigot' May.5 Three dead as Greek strike grows violent  Police sirens and tear gas filled the streets around parliament building after protests against government. 3 people dying in a fire inside a... May.6 Conservatives head for big gains May.9 EU approves $560B crisis fund  Europe's finance ministers approved in an emergency meeting a 'stabilization mechanism' that could provide 440 billion euros for a aid packa... May.10  Brown 'stepping down as Labour leader' May.11   David Cameron named UK prime minister   Cameron immediately began forming his coalition government, appointing several Liberal Democrat leaders to Cabinet posts Jun.9  Dutch PM resigns party leadership Jun.15 Bloody Sunday killed were innocent Jun.16  US Congress set to grill BP chief Jun.24 Belgian Catholic offices raided in sex probe Jul.4 Komorowski leads Polish presidential poll Jul.6  Queen Elizabeth praises U.N. efforts Jul.9   U.S., Russia swap spies Map of Vienna Austria  The United States and Russia completed a spy swap Friday, exchanging the agents on chartered planes at an airport in Vienna Jul.20  Lockerbie bomber release 'not BP's fault' Jul.28  Catalonia bans bullfighting Aug.18  France to begin Roma deportations Sep.14 French senate approves burqa ban Sep.16  Pope: Abuse cases a 'shock' Sep.16 Thousands attend Mass in Glasgow Sep.19  Sweden narrowly re-elects right Sep.25  Labour Party taps Miliband as new leader Sep.29  Unions stage day of action over cuts Oct.18  Sarkozy defies French protesters Oct.19  Saudi prince guilty of murdering aide Oct.20  UK unveils major spending cuts Oct.21  French unions call more strike days Oct.22  French Senate OKs pension changes Oct.23  WikiLeaks: Sensitive info protected Oct.27 French Parliament OKs pension reform Oct.28  EU frames eurozone crisis rules Nov.7  Clashes over German nuclear train Nov.7  Pope consecrates Gaudi's Sagrada Familia Nov.16   Prince William announced engagement   William and girlfriend Kate Middleton, both 28, have been sent congratulations from around the world after announcing their engagement Nov.18 Dublin needs aid, minister admits Nov.19 NATO agrees on missile defense Nov.20  NATO, Afghans hammer out long-term ties Nov.21  Irish government backs bail-out Nov.21  Irish PM confirms EU rescue deal Dec.9 Protesters attack Prince Charles' car Dec.27  Explosives found at Greek embassy