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1. 01-01 Controversial cartoonist escapes attack Aarhus, Denmark
C. 10-08 Liu wins Nobel Peace Prize Norway
3. 12-07 Assange jailed as extradition considered London
12-10 Chinese dissident awarded Peace Prize Norway
5. 12-11 One dead after Stockholm blasts Stockholm, Sweden
6. 12-29 Denmark holds 'cartoon plotters' Denmark

Summary.     Click for More > Airlines and airports question flight bans Test flights: European skies may be safe Volcanic ash cloud disrupts flights Ash cloud to close Heathrow and Gatwick Sweden's crown princess marries Arrests in Norway 'al-Qaeda' plot Warrant dropped for WikiLeaks founder Sweden narrowly re-elects right Vargas Llosa wins Nobel Prize in literature   Liu wins Nobel Peace Prize   The 2010 prize was awarded to Liu Xiaobo, a leading Chinese dissident who is serving a prison term after calling for human rights and democr...   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 Chinese dissident awarded Peace Prize  An empty chair stood in for imprisoned Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo as he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in absentia 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... Explosions were 'an act of terrorism' Cartoon, threats preceded Sweden attack Denmark holds 'cartoon plotters'
Controversial cartoonist escapes attack Baltic Sea ice traps passenger, cargo ships Plan to repay Icesave debts rejected 800 evacuated as volcano erupts Volcanic ash cloud causes air travel chaos Europe flights be grounded into weekend Volcanic ash wreaking travel chaos
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  Controversial cartoonist escapes attack Map of Aarhus Denmark  A Somali terrorist was shot as he tried to enter the home of cartoonist Kurt Westergaard, known for his controversial Mohammad depictions Charges for cartoonist 'attacker' Baltic Sea ice traps passenger, cargo ships  A number of ships, including ferries with more than 1,000 passengers on board, have become stuck in ice in the Baltic Sea Plan to repay Icesave debts rejected  Voters in Iceland have overwhelmingly rejected proposals to pay the UK and the Netherlands in the wake of collapse of the Icesave bank Police arrest 7 on murder plot charges Volcano erupts in south Iceland   800 evacuated as volcano erupts   Icelandic authorities evacuated about 800 people when a volcano erupted beneath the Eyjafjallajokull glacier   Volcanic ash cloud causes air travel chaos   A cloud of ash from a volcano in Iceland swept toward mainland Europe, forcing up to 6,000 flight cancellations across the continent   Europe flights be grounded into weekend  Flights across much of Europe are being cancelled on a second day of massive disruption caused by drifting ash ejected from a volcano   Volcanic ash wreaking travel chaos


January 2010 ... more > Top ^
Jan.1  
Jan.2
 Nadal beats Soderling
 Petition against Icesave pay-out
Jan.26  $74 million deal saves Saab


February 2010 ... more > Top ^
Feb.19  Olympics: Svindal edges Bode for gold
Feb.26  U.S. buried Finland, 6-1
Feb.28  Northug wins 50K cross-country race


March 2010 ... more > Top ^
Mar.4  
Mar.5  Referendum on Icesave repayment plan
 Pirates seize Norwegian tanker
Mar.6  
Mar.9
Mar.11  Sweden to extradite Auschwitz sign thief
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April 2010 ... more > Top ^
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  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 the continent. Airlines are losing some $200m a day in an unprecedented shutdown of commercial air travel
Polish funeral plans hit by ash Apr.18   Airlines and airports question flight bans   The cascade of cancellations continued as an Icelandic volcano poured out dust clouds four miles high, snarling international travel   Test flights: European skies may be safe  A few dozen test flights offered hope that the skies over much of Europe may be safe for air travel, but officials made no promises EU emergency talks called on air chaos Apr.19 New cloud could extend travel threat EU moves to ease Europe flight curbs Apr.20 Chaos persists despite easing of lockdown Apr.22 Iceland closes airports due to volcanic ash Apr.27  World's best restaurant is Danish Noma

May 2010 ... more > Top ^
May.3 Flights banned in Ireland and parts of UK
May.5  Volcanic ash grounds flights for 2nd day May.8 Ash cloud shuts Spanish airports May.9   Volcanic ash cloud disrupts flights  Ash spewing from an Icelandic volcano prompted flight cancellations in parts of Europe again. Eurocontro expects 500 flights below average May.15  Volcano may again close UK airports  Ash cloud closes N. Ireland airspace May.16   Ash cloud to close Heathrow and Gatwick Map of Heathrow United Kingdom  Britain's two busiest airports are to close shortly as a volcanic ash cloud drifts further south, threatening major disruption to thousands of people May.17 UK ash cloud restrictions easing May.23 Eyjafjallajokull volcano reduces activity May.29  Germany's Lena wins Eurovision

June 2010 ... more > Top ^
Jun.1 Soderling ends Federer reign
Jun.4 Nadal to play Soderling in Open final Jun.17  Sweden to replace nuclear plants Jun.19   Sweden's crown princess marries   4-day royal wedding celebration reached its peak when Crown Princess Victoria married commoner Daniel Westling at Stockholm Cathedral  Denmark ousts Cameroon 2-1

July 2010 ... more > Top ^
Jul.5  Fischer's body exhumed in paternity case Jul.8   Arrests in Norway 'al-Qaeda' plot  Three people - a Uighur from China, an Iraqi and an Uzbek - have been arrested in connection with a plot to bomb targets in

August 2010 ... more > Top ^
Aug.6  Gay stuns Bolt in 100 meters  Skier Ericsson dies in accident on K2 Aug.7  World Sauna event finalist dies Aug.21     Warrant dropped for WikiLeaks founder
  Swedish authorities revoked an arrest warrant that had alleged rape against the founder and editor of the whistle-blowing website, Julian Assange

September 2010 ... more > Top ^
Sep.6  Sharapova out of US Open by Wozniacki Sep.10  Zvonareva dumps out top seed Wozniacki Sep.11  Man pleads not guilty to blast charges Sep.19 Swedes go to the polls in historic election
    Sweden narrowly re-elects right  Governing centre-right alliance has been re-elected, but is short of an overall majority. PM Reinfeldt's 4-party coalition won 173 seats out of 349  Swedish far right enters assembly Sep.28  Ex-Iceland PM referred to court

October 2010 ... more > Top ^
Oct.7     Vargas Llosa wins Nobel Prize in literature  Mario Vargas Llosa says he is surprised and 'very grateful' Oct.8     Liu wins Nobel Peace Prize
  The 2010 prize was awarded to Liu Xiaobo, a leading Chinese dissident who is serving a prison term after calling for human rights and democratization.    China said the award could damage ties with Norway, and...
China angry at dissident's Nobel Prize
Oct.23 Swedish police hunt serial shooter Oct.24  Federer draws level with Sampras Oct.26  Norway at top of prosperity index

November 2010 ... more > Top ^
Nov.7 Man arrested over immigrant shootings
Nov.14  Soderling claims Paris Masters title Nov.30  Interpol issues 'Red Notice' for Assange

December 2010 ... more > Top ^
Dec.5 Wikileaks' Assange to fight case
Dec.6 Assange to meet police 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.    Assange denies sexually assaulting two women in Sweden....
Dec.9 China anger as Nobel award looms Dec.10     Chinese dissident awarded Peace Prize
  An empty chair stood in for imprisoned Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo as he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in absentia
 China has responded furiously, repeatedly called Liu a common criminal and declared the award a Western plot against China
Dec.11   One dead after Stockholm blasts Map of Stockholm Sweden
  One person has been killed and two others injured as two explosions rocked the centre of the capital near the busy shopping street of Drottninggatan
Dec.12   Explosions were 'an act of terrorism'   A Swedish news agency and police said they received e-mailed threats 10 minutes before the explosions, which killed one person UK search amid Sweden bomb probe WikiLeaks rival plans Monday launch Dec.14     Cartoon, threats preceded Sweden attack  Attack which stunned the nation and in the words of the country's foreign minister could have been 'catastrophic' Dec.23 Daily has obtained WikiLeaks documents Station cleared due to suspicious item 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 Dec.30 Swede jailed for Auschwitz theft


Baltic Sea ice traps passenger, cargo ships  A number of ships, including ferries with more than 1,000 passengers on board, have become stuck in ice in the Baltic Sea Volcano erupts in south Iceland   800 evacuated as volcano erupts   Icelandic authorities evacuated about 800 people when a volcano erupted beneath the Eyjafjallajokull glacier   Volcanic ash cloud causes air travel chaos   A cloud of ash from a volcano in Iceland swept toward mainland Europe, forcing up to 6,000 flight cancellations across the continent   Europe flights be grounded into weekend  Flights across much of Europe are being cancelled on a second day of massive disruption caused by drifting ash ejected from a volcano   Volcanic ash wreaking travel chaos




Scandinavia, 2010 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
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  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 the continent. Airlines are losing some $200m a day in an unprecedented shutdown of commercial air travel
Apr.17 Polish funeral plans hit by ash
Apr.18 Airlines and airports question flight bans   The cascade of cancellations continued as an Icelandic volcano poured out dust clouds four miles high, snarling international travel Apr.18 Test flights: European skies may be safe  A few dozen test flights offered hope that the skies over much of Europe may be safe for air travel, but officials made no promises Apr.18 EU emergency talks called on air chaos Apr.19 New cloud could extend travel threat Apr.19 EU moves to ease Europe flight curbs Apr.20 Chaos persists despite easing of lockdown Apr.22 Iceland closes airports due to volcanic ash May.3 Flights banned in Ireland and parts of UK May.5  Volcanic ash grounds flights for 2nd day May.8 Ash cloud shuts Spanish airports May.9 Volcanic ash cloud disrupts flights  Ash spewing from an Icelandic volcano prompted flight cancellations in parts of Europe again. Eurocontro expects 500 flights below average May.15  Volcano may again close UK airports May.15  Ash cloud closes N. Ireland airspace May.16 Ash cloud to close Heathrow and Gatwick Map of Heathrow United Kingdom  Britain's two busiest airports are to close shortly as a volcanic ash cloud drifts further south, threatening major disruption to thousands of people May.17 UK ash cloud restrictions easing May.23 Eyjafjallajokull volcano reduces activity Jun.17  Sweden to replace nuclear plants



Scandinavia, 2010 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2010 Jan.2  Petition against Icesave pay-out Jan.26  $74 million deal saves Saab Mar.5  Referendum on Icesave repayment plan Mar.5  Pirates seize Norwegian tanker Mar.6 Plan to repay Icesave debts rejected  Voters in Iceland have overwhelmingly rejected proposals to pay the UK and the Netherlands in the wake of collapse of the Icesave bank Apr.15   Europe flights be grounded into weekend  Flights across much of Europe are being cancelled on a second day of massive disruption caused by drifting ash ejected from a volcano 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 the continent. Airlines are losing some $200m a day in an unprecedented shutdown of commercial air travel
Apr.18 Airlines and airports question flight bans   The cascade of cancellations continued as an Icelandic volcano poured out dust clouds four miles high, snarling international travel Apr.18 Test flights: European skies may be safe  A few dozen test flights offered hope that the skies over much of Europe may be safe for air travel, but officials made no promises Apr.18 EU emergency talks called on air chaos
Apr.19 New cloud could extend travel threat Apr.19 EU moves to ease Europe flight curbs Apr.20 Chaos persists despite easing of lockdown Apr.22 Iceland closes airports due to volcanic ash Apr.27  World's best restaurant is Danish Noma May.3 Flights banned in Ireland and parts of UK May.5  Volcanic ash grounds flights for 2nd day May.9 Volcanic ash cloud disrupts flights  Ash spewing from an Icelandic volcano prompted flight cancellations in parts of Europe again. Eurocontro expects 500 flights below average May.15  Volcano may again close UK airports May.16 Ash cloud to close Heathrow and Gatwick Map of Heathrow United Kingdom  Britain's two busiest airports are to close shortly as a volcanic ash cloud drifts further south, threatening major disruption to thousands of people May.17 UK ash cloud restrictions easing May.29  Germany's Lena wins Eurovision Jun.17  Sweden to replace nuclear plants Oct.7   Vargas Llosa wins Nobel Prize in literature  Mario Vargas Llosa says he is surprised and 'very grateful' Oct.26  Norway at top of prosperity index Dec.12 WikiLeaks rival plans Monday launch



Scandinavia, 2010 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2010 Jan.2  Nadal beats Soderling Feb.19  Olympics: Svindal edges Bode for gold Feb.26  U.S. buried Finland, 6-1 Feb.28  Northug wins 50K cross-country race Jun.1 Soderling ends Federer reign
Jun.4 Nadal to play Soderling in Open final Jun.19  Denmark ousts Cameroon 2-1 Jul.5  Fischer's body exhumed in paternity case Aug.6  Gay stuns Bolt in 100 meters Aug.6  Skier Ericsson dies in accident on K2 Aug.7  World Sauna event finalist dies Sep.6  Sharapova out of US Open by Wozniacki Sep.10  Zvonareva dumps out top seed Wozniacki Oct.24  Federer draws level with Sampras Nov.14  Soderling claims Paris Masters title



Scandinavia, 2010 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2010 Jan.1   Controversial cartoonist escapes attack Map of Aarhus Denmark  A Somali terrorist was shot as he tried to enter the home of cartoonist Kurt Westergaard, known for his controversial Mohammad depictions Jan.2 Charges for cartoonist 'attacker' Mar.5  Pirates seize Norwegian tanker Mar.9 Police arrest 7 on murder plot charges Mar.11  Sweden to extradite Auschwitz sign thief Jul.8 Arrests in Norway 'al-Qaeda' plot  Three people - a Uighur from China, an Iraqi and an Uzbek - have been arrested in connection with a plot to bomb targets in Aug.21   Warrant dropped for WikiLeaks founder  Swedish authorities revoked an arrest warrant that had alleged rape against the founder and editor of the whistle-blowing website, Julian Assange Sep.11  Man pleads not guilty to blast charges Sep.28  Ex-Iceland PM referred to court Oct.23 Swedish police hunt serial shooter Nov.7 Man arrested over immigrant shootings Nov.30  Interpol issues 'Red Notice' for Assange Dec.5 Wikileaks' Assange to fight case Dec.6 Assange to meet police 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.    Assange denies sexually assaulting two women in Sweden....
Dec.11 One dead after Stockholm blasts
Map of Stockholm Sweden
  One person has been killed and two others injured as two explosions rocked the centre of the capital near the busy shopping street of Drottninggatan
Dec.12 Explosions were 'an act of terrorism'   A Swedish news agency and police said they received e-mailed threats 10 minutes before the explosions, which killed one person Dec.12 UK search amid Sweden bomb probe Dec.14   Cartoon, threats preceded Sweden attack  Attack which stunned the nation and in the words of the country's foreign minister could have been 'catastrophic' Dec.23 Station cleared due to suspicious item 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 Dec.30 Swede jailed for Auschwitz theft



Scandinavia, 2010 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2010 Jan.2  Petition against Icesave pay-out Mar.5  Referendum on Icesave repayment plan Mar.6 Plan to repay Icesave debts rejected  Voters in Iceland have overwhelmingly rejected proposals to pay the UK and the Netherlands in the wake of collapse of the Icesave bank Apr.17 Polish funeral plans hit by ash
Apr.18 EU emergency talks called on air chaos Jun.17  Sweden to replace nuclear plants Jun.19 Sweden's crown princess marries   4-day royal wedding celebration reached its peak when Crown Princess Victoria married commoner Daniel Westling at Stockholm Cathedral Sep.19 Swedes go to the polls in historic election Sep.19   Sweden narrowly re-elects right  Governing centre-right alliance has been re-elected, but is short of an overall majority. PM Reinfeldt's 4-party coalition won 173 seats out of 349 Sep.19  Swedish far right enters assembly Sep.28  Ex-Iceland PM referred to court Oct.8   Liu wins Nobel Peace Prize
  The 2010 prize was awarded to Liu Xiaobo, a leading Chinese dissident who is serving a prison term after calling for human rights and democratization.    China said the award could damage ties with Norway, and...
Oct.8 China angry at dissident's Nobel Prize
Nov.7 Man arrested over immigrant shootings Dec.9 China anger as Nobel award looms Dec.10   Chinese dissident awarded Peace Prize
  An empty chair stood in for imprisoned Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo as he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in absentia
 China has responded furiously, repeatedly called Liu a common criminal and declared the award a Western plot against China
Dec.23 Daily has obtained WikiLeaks documents