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B. 04-06 Race begins as Brown confirms 6 May date London
C. 04-07 Pinochet judge charged with abuse Spain
04-10 Polish president died in plane crash Smolensk, Russia
4. 04-10 Poland mourns president's death in crash Warsaw, Poland
F. 04-11 Greece is offered 30bn euros loan Greece
6. 04-15 Volcanic ash cloud causes air travel chaos Iceland
7. 04-15 Europe flights be grounded into weekend European Union
I. 04-17 Services for Polish crash victims Warsaw, Poland
9. 04-17 Volcanic ash wreaking travel chaos Iceland

Summary.     Click for More > Poland mourns president's death in crash Greece is offered 30bn euros loan Volcanic ash cloud causes air travel chaos Europe flights be grounded into weekend Services for Polish crash victims 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 Poles hold funeral for president   The ashen-faced twin brother of the late President Lech Kaczynski led mourners at St. Mary's Basilica at the funeral of his brother Airlines and airports question flight bans Test flights: European skies may be safe Europe airport start to reopen for flights   The first flights in northern Europe have taken off after five days of inactivity caused by the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland Battle to clear flights' backlog IMF chief tries to ease Greece fears IMF debt talks are 'going well' Greek bonds rated 'junk' by S& P's   PM apologizes for calling woman 'bigot'   Gordon Brown described himself as a 'penitent sinner' after personally apologizing to a voter Gillian Duffy, he described as a 'bigoted woma... Fears grow over Greece crisis Inter oust Barca to reach Champions final Polls give UK debate win to Cameron Belgian lawmakers pass burka ban Spain unemployment tops 20 percent
Race begins as Brown confirms 6 May date Pinochet judge charged with abuse Polish president died in plane crash Map of Smolensk Russia
Apr.6   London
Apr.7   Spain
Apr.10   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 ...
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Apr.11   Greece
Apr.15   Iceland
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Apr.17   Poland
  Iceland
Apr.18   Poland
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  England
Apr.19   Netherlands
Apr.21   European Union
Apr.24   Greece
Apr.25   Greece
Apr.27   Greece
Apr.28   Northern England
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Apr.29   London
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Apr.30   Spain



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Europe
Pope presides over Good Friday rituals
Race begins as Brown confirms 6 May date
Polish president died in plane crash
Poland mourns president's death in crash
President's body returns to Poland
Services for Polish crash victims
Abuse raised as Pope visits Malta
Polish funeral plans hit by ash
Poles hold funeral for president
Belgium considers Islamic covering ban
Gloves off in second leaders' debate
IMF debt talks are 'going well'
PM apologizes for calling woman 'bigot'
Polls give UK debate win to Cameron
Belgian lawmakers pass burka ban
Greece is offered 30bn euros loan
Test flights: European skies may be safe
Europe airport start to reopen for flights
IMF chief tries to ease Greece fears
IMF debt talks are 'going well'
Greek bonds rated 'junk' by S& P's
Spain unemployment tops 20 percent
Polish president died in plane crash
Earthquake hits southern Spain
Polish funeral plans hit by ash
Test flights: European skies may be safe
Haye regains heavyweight title
Messi scores four for Barca
Bayern knock Man Utd out
Barca in 'El Clasico' triumph
Olic sends Bayern through
Inter oust Barca to reach Champions final
Test flights: European skies may be safe
Europe airport start to reopen for flights
Polish funeral plans hit by ash
Test flights: European skies may be safe
United Kingdom
Race begins as Brown confirms 6 May date
Gloves off in second leaders' debate
PM apologizes for calling woman 'bigot'
Polls give UK debate win to Cameron
Test flights: European skies may be safe
Test flights: European skies may be safe
Haye regains heavyweight title
Bayern knock Man Utd out
Test flights: European skies may be safe
Test flights: European skies may be safe
Poland
Poland mourns president's death in crash
President's body returns to Poland
Services for Polish crash victims
Polish funeral plans hit by ash
Poles hold funeral for president
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Spain Your ad is here
Spain unemployment tops 20 percent
Earthquake hits southern Spain
Messi scores four for Barca
Barca in 'El Clasico' triumph
Inter oust Barca to reach Champions final
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London
PM to announce 6 May general election
Race begins as Brown confirms 6 May date
Gloves off in second leaders' debate
Polls give UK debate win to Cameron
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Warsaw
Poland mourns president's death in crash
President's body returns to Poland
Services for Polish crash victims
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Greece
IMF debt talks are 'going well'
Greece is offered 30bn euros loan
IMF chief tries to ease Greece fears
Greek bonds rated 'junk' by S& P's
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Italy
Pope presides over Good Friday rituals
L'Aquila marks earthquake anniversary
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Volcanic ash wreaking travel chaos
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Volcanic ash cloud causes air travel chaos
Volcanic ash wreaking travel chaos
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Northern England
PM apologizes for calling woman 'bigot'
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Haye regains heavyweight title
Bayern knock Man Utd out
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Germany
Archbishop expresses 'shame' over abuse
UN climate talks to resume
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Olic sends Bayern through
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Afghan soldiers killed in friendly fire Jailed kissing pair lose appeal   Race begins as Brown confirms 6 May date   Political leaders have headed off on the campaign trail after Prime Minister announced the UK general election would be held on 6 May   Pinochet judge charged with abuse  Spanish judge Baltasar Garzon who brought cases against former Chilean dictator and bin Laden has been charged with abuse of judicial power Conjoined twins separated Former Sex Pistols manager McLaren dead Turin Shroud goes on display Polish president died in plane crash Map of Smolensk Russia


April 2010 ... more > Top ^
Apr.2  Rome  Pope presides over Good Friday rituals
 Germany  Archbishop expresses 'shame' over abuse
Apr.3   Northern Afghanistan
 Northern England  Haye regains heavyweight title
Apr.4   Dubai
Apr.5  Italy  L'Aquila marks earthquake anniversary
 London  PM to announce 6 May general election
Apr.6   London  
 Barcelona  Messi scores four for Barca
Apr.7  London  Speculation rife over royal engagement
  Spain  
 Northern England  Bayern knock Man Utd out
Apr.8   London
  Switzerland
 Ruhr  UN climate talks to resume
Apr.10   Turin
  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
  Poland   Poland mourns president's death in crash   Thousands gathered outside presidential palace to lay flowers and light candles in honor of Lech Kaczynski, who was killed in a plane crash...  Madrid  Barca in 'El Clasico' triumph Apr.11   Greece     Greece is offered 30bn euros loan  Leaders of the 16 eurozone nations have agreed to fund up emergency loans for debt-hit Greece, if the country wants the cash   Poland President's body returns to Poland   Spain Earthquake hits southern Spain Apr.14   Poland Grieving Poland eyes June vote Apr.15   Iceland     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   European Union     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.16   Poland Memorial service for plane crash victims Apr.17   Poland   Services for Polish crash victims   Tens of thousands of people have attended memorial services in the Polish capital, Warsaw, for the 96 victims of plane crash   Iceland     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
  Poland Polish funeral plans hit by ash
  Malta Abuse raised as Pope visits Malta   Malta Pope avoids sex scandal comment on visit Apr.18   Poland   Poles hold funeral for president Map of Krakow Poland
  The ashen-faced twin brother of the late President Lech Kaczynski led mourners at St. Mary's Basilica at the funeral of his brother
  European Union     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  Shanghai  Jenson Button won a rain-hit Grand Prix   England   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   London World opinion of US rises under Obama   European Union EU emergency talks called on air chaos Apr.19   Iceland New cloud could extend travel threat   European Union EU moves to ease Europe flight curbs   Netherlands   Europe airport start to reopen for flights Map of Amsterdam Netherlands
  The first flights in northern Europe have taken off after five days of inactivity caused by the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland
Apr.20   European Union Chaos persists despite easing of lockdown  Milan  Inter fight back to stun holders Barca Apr.21   European Union   Battle to clear flights' backlog   Airports across Europe began reopening, six days after ash from an Icelandic volcano forced the shutdown of airspace and stranded thousands   Belgium Belgium considers Islamic covering ban  Spain  Former IOC chief Samaranch dies Apr.22   London Gloves off in second leaders' debate  Madrid  Forlan gives Atletico victory Apr.23   Greece Greece seeks aid from EU, IMF Apr.24   Washington US urges quick action on Greece at IMF   Greece     IMF chief tries to ease Greece fears  Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the IMF's managing directo, says the Greek people should not fear the IMF Apr.25   Greece     IMF debt talks are 'going well'  Finance minister George Papaconstantinou: Greece's talks with the IMF on emergency loans to finance its debt are going well  London  Kebede ends Kenya's reign at London Apr.26   London First Iraqi flight to London in 20 years   Germany Merkel offers Greece support   Belgium Belgian PM's resignation accepted Apr.27   Greece     Greek bonds rated 'junk' by S& P's  Global stock markets tumbled after Greece's debt was downgraded by rating agency Standard & Poor's over concerns that the country may default   Denmark World's best restaurant is Danish Noma Apr.28   Northern England     PM apologizes for calling woman 'bigot' Map of Rochdale United Kingdom
  Gordon Brown described himself as a 'penitent sinner' after personally apologizing to a voter Gillian Duffy, he described as a 'bigoted woman'
  Global     Fears grow over Greece crisis  The head of the International Monetary Fund Dominique Strauss-Kahn has warned that the crisis in Greece could spread throughout Europe   Barcelona   Inter oust Barca to reach Champions final  Milan survived an early sending-off and a Barcelona onslaught to reach the final of Champions League with 1-0 victory, 3-2 on aggregate Apr.29   London     Polls give UK debate win to Cameron  Gordon Brown fought in a debate against David Cameron of the Conservative Party and Nick Clegg of the Liberal Democrats  England  Fulham and Atletico go through to final   Greece Greece seeking aid package worth $160B   Belgium   Belgian lawmakers pass burka ban  The lower house of parliament has voted for a law that would ban women from wearing the full Islamic face veil in public Apr.30   Spain   Spain unemployment tops 20 percent  4.6 million people are out of work, the second-highest unemployment rate in the European Union   Greece Greece facing deeper cuts for bailout