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08-08 Further riots spreads across England London
2. 08-09 After 4 nights of violence, tentative calm London
3. 08-10 Cameron: 'Fightback is under way' London
E. 08-11 PM: Police waited too long to act London
5. 08-12 More than 1,900 arrested in Britain London
6. 08-13 Ex-NYC top cop to advise UK on gangs London
H. 08-16 Hacking 'discussed' at News of the World London
I. 08-16 Leaders demand 'euro governance' Paris

Summary.     Click for More > British parliament recalled over riots 'No evidence' man fired on police UK police swell ranks to stem riots After 4 nights of violence, tentative calm   Cameron: 'Fightback is under way'   In Britain a massive police presence backed by strong words from the prime minister PM: Police waited too long to act More than 1,900 arrested in Britain  Britain's accused rioters are facing the courts in growing numbers, as the streets remain quiet and the police continue their efforts Ex-NYC top cop to advise UK on gangs 2 face murder charges in British riots Hacking 'discussed' at News of the World Merkel, Sarkozy huddle as euro struggles   Leaders demand 'euro governance'  The French and German leaders have called for 'true economic governance' for the eurozone in response to the euro debt crisis Double explosions near British compound Markets recover from worst losses Fire destroys private home of Branson   Strauss-Kahn sex case dismissed  A New York judge has dismissed the sexual assault case against former IMF director Dominique Strauss-Kahn Barca claim Super Cup win
Barroso: Euro crisis is spreading IMF head faces tycoon deal probe Polar bear kills 1 Briton, injures 4 Violence hits new parts of London Hotel housekeeper suing Strauss-Kahn Further riots spreads across England
Aug.4   European Union
  Paris
Aug.5   Norway
Aug.8   London
  New York
  London
  Rioting has spread across London on a third night of violence, with unrest flaring up in other English cities
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  London
  London
  London
Aug.10   London
Aug.11   London
Aug.12   London
Aug.13   London
Aug.14   England
Aug.16   London
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Aug.18   Kabul
Aug.19   European Union
Aug.23   Lesser Antilles
  New York
Aug.26   Monaco



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Europe
Riots over fatal police shooting
Further riots spreads across England
Violence hits new parts of London
After 4 nights of violence, tentative calm
'No evidence' man fired on police
UK police swell ranks to stem riots
Cameron: 'Fightback is under way'
More than 1,900 arrested in Britain
Ex-NYC top cop to advise UK on gangs
2 face murder charges in British riots
HSBC to axe 30,000 global jobs
Four EU nations ban short-selling
Leak at North Sea oil platform
Merkel, Sarkozy huddle as euro struggles
Sharp slowdown in German growth
Spanish footballers strike over wages
Spain debt fears delay PM's holiday
IMF head faces tycoon deal probe
British parliament recalled over riots
UK police swell ranks to stem riots
Cameron: 'Fightback is under way'
PM: Police waited too long to act
UK unveils new measures on riots
Ex-NYC top cop to advise UK on gangs
Leaders demand 'euro governance'
Hacking 'discussed' at News of the World
Merkel, Sarkozy huddle as euro struggles
Germany finally beat Brazil
England thrash India to reach summit
Fabregas joins Barcelona from Arsenal
Barca wins 10th Spanish Supercup
Spanish footballers strike over wages
Barca claim Super Cup win
Polar bear kills 1 Briton, injures 4
Leak at North Sea oil platform
Cable car in mid-air rescue drama
Toddler rescued from rubbish container
North Sea leak not expected on land
Belgian festival deaths reach five
Riots over fatal police shooting
Further riots spreads across England
Violence hits new parts of London
After 4 nights of violence, tentative calm
British parliament recalled over riots
UK police swell ranks to stem riots
Cameron: 'Fightback is under way'
More than 1,900 arrested in Britain
Ex-NYC top cop to advise UK on gangs
2 face murder charges in British riots
United Kingdom
Further riots spreads across England
Violence hits new parts of London
After 4 nights of violence, tentative calm
'No evidence' man fired on police
UK police swell ranks to stem riots
Cameron: 'Fightback is under way'
More than 1,900 arrested in Britain
Ex-NYC top cop to advise UK on gangs
HSBC to axe 30,000 global jobs
Leak at North Sea oil platform
British parliament recalled over riots
UK police swell ranks to stem riots
Cameron: 'Fightback is under way'
PM: Police waited too long to act
Ex-NYC top cop to advise UK on gangs
Hacking 'discussed' at News of the World
England thrash India to reach summit
Leak at North Sea oil platform
North Sea leak not expected on land
Further riots spreads across England
Violence hits new parts of London
After 4 nights of violence, tentative calm
British parliament recalled over riots
UK police swell ranks to stem riots
Cameron: 'Fightback is under way'
More than 1,900 arrested in Britain
Ex-NYC top cop to advise UK on gangs
London
Further riots spreads across England
Violence hits new parts of London
After 4 nights of violence, tentative calm
'No evidence' man fired on police
Cameron: 'Fightback is under way'
More than 1,900 arrested in Britain
Ex-NYC top cop to advise UK on gangs
HSBC to axe 30,000 global jobs
British parliament recalled over riots
Cameron: 'Fightback is under way'
PM: Police waited too long to act
Ex-NYC top cop to advise UK on gangs
Hacking 'discussed' at News of the World
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Further riots spreads across England
Violence hits new parts of London
After 4 nights of violence, tentative calm
British parliament recalled over riots
Cameron: 'Fightback is under way'
More than 1,900 arrested in Britain
Ex-NYC top cop to advise UK on gangs
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Spanish footballers strike over wages
Spain debt fears delay PM's holiday
Protest as Spain readies for Pope
Thousands at papal Mass in Madrid
Fabregas joins Barcelona from Arsenal
Barca wins 10th Spanish Supercup
Spanish footballers strike over wages
Toddler rescued from rubbish container
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USA
McCartney voices phone-hack fears
Strauss-Kahn sex case dismissed
Markets mixed in volatile trading
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Four EU nations ban short-selling
Merkel, Sarkozy huddle as euro struggles
IMF head faces tycoon deal probe
Leaders demand 'euro governance'
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Germany Your ad is here
Sharp slowdown in German growth
Germany marks 50 years since Berlin Wall
Germany finally beat Brazil
Cable car in mid-air rescue drama
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New York
Strauss-Kahn sex case dismissed
Markets mixed in volatile trading
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Paris Your ad is here
Merkel, Sarkozy huddle as euro struggles
IMF head faces tycoon deal probe
Leaders demand 'euro governance'
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  Barroso: Euro crisis is spreading  European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso has warned that the sovereign debt crisis is spreading beyond the periphery of the eurozon...   IMF head faces tycoon deal probe  A French court is to investigate Christine Lagarde for abuse of authority as French finance minister Polar bear kills 1 Briton, injures 4 Map of Svalbard Norway  A 17-year-old British boy is dead and four others are severely injured after a bear attacked their tents as they took part in a school trip Emergency talks on market turmoil Violence hits new parts of London   Fires have been burning in parts of London after a third day of violence and looting on the city's streets   Hotel housekeeper suing Strauss-Kahn  Nafissatou Diallo filed a civil lawsuit against her alleged attacker Dominique Strauss-Kahn Further riots spreads across England


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Aug.1  London  HSBC to axe 30,000 global jobs
Aug.2  Spain  Spain debt fears delay PM's holiday
Aug.4   European Union  
  Paris  
 Ohio  McCartney voices phone-hack fears
Aug.5   Norway  
Aug.6  Ohio  McCartney to contact police over hacking
 Beijing  Milan win Italian Super Cup
 London  Riots over fatal police shooting
Aug.7   European Union
Aug.8   London  
  New York  
  London  
  Rioting has spread across London on a third night of violence, with unrest flaring up in other English cities
Aug.9   London   British parliament recalled over riots   Some 16,000 police officers will be on London's streets later in a bid to prevent a fourth night of rioting   London   'No evidence' man fired on police   An independent police body reported that there was no evidence that the man who was fatally shot in Tottenham had opened fire at officers   European Union Shares back up in volatile trade   London   UK police swell ranks to stem riots  Sporadic violence has broken out around England, although London remained largely quiet with a heavy police presence on the streets   London   After 4 nights of violence, tentative calm  Hours before, police reported outbreaks of violence in Wolverhampton and West Bromwich, about 100 miles north of London Aug.10   London     Cameron: 'Fightback is under way'
  In Britain a massive police presence backed by strong words from the prime minister
 West Germany  Germany finally beat Brazil Aug.11   London     PM: Police waited too long to act  British Prime Minster David Cameron told lawmakers Thursday that the police in London had initially waited too long to arrest rioters   New York Markets mixed in volatile trading
  London UK unveils new measures on riots   France Four EU nations ban short-selling Aug.12   London   More than 1,900 arrested in Britain
  Britain's accused rioters are facing the courts in growing numbers, as the streets remain quiet and the police continue their efforts
  European Union Global stock markets extend gains   Rome New Italian debt plan announced Aug.13   London   Ex-NYC top cop to advise UK on gangs  Bill Bratton will advise the British government on tackling the street gangs blamed for the violence that raged nationwide   Berlin Germany marks 50 years since Berlin Wall   Scotland Leak at North Sea oil platform   Bavaria Cable car in mid-air rescue drama  England  England thrash India to reach summit Aug.14   England   2 face murder charges in British riots   Two men appeared briefly in court, police in Birmingham said, charged with murder over the hit-and-run deaths of three men during riots   Spain Toddler rescued from rubbish container  Barcelona  Fabregas joins Barcelona from Arsenal Aug.15   Scotland North Sea leak not expected on land Aug.16   London   Hacking 'discussed' at News of the World  MPs have released a letter from a journalist jailed for phone hacking, alleging senior News of the World figures knew what was going on   Paris     Merkel, Sarkozy huddle as euro struggles  The leaders of Europe's two most important economies meet Tuesday to try to help the battered euro   Germany Sharp slowdown in German growth   Paris     Leaders demand 'euro governance'
  The French and German leaders have called for 'true economic governance' for the eurozone in response to the euro debt crisis
Aug.17   Somalia UK minister visits Mogadishu  Barcelona  Barca wins 10th Spanish Supercup   Madrid Protest as Spain readies for Pope Aug.18   European Union Markets plummet as fears return   London Riot sentences stir backlash in Britain   Kabul   Double explosions near British compound   Two explosions have hit the Afghan capital, Kabul, near a compound run by the British government; sporadic gunfire was also heard Aug.19   European Union   Markets recover from worst losses  Markets in Europe have recovered the worst of the day's falls after a steadier start for US shares   Belgium Belgian festival deaths reach five   European Union Markets finish week on low note   Spain Spanish footballers strike over wages Aug.20   Madrid Thousands at papal Mass in Madrid   England Footage shows rioters firing at UK police Aug.21   England Red Arrows pilot died at show  Ohio  Murray beats injured Djokovic Aug.22   New York Strauss-Kahn case 'to be dropped' Aug.23   Lesser Antilles   Fire destroys private home of Branson   A lightning strike sparked a fire that destroyed the Caribbean island home of Virgin Group Chairman Richard Branson   New York     Strauss-Kahn sex case dismissed
  A New York judge has dismissed the sexual assault case against former IMF director Dominique Strauss-Kahn
Aug.25   Southern California Two European tourists die in desert Aug.26   Monaco   Barca claim Super Cup win  Cesc Fabregas scored his first goal for Barcelona as the European champions defeated Europa League winners Porto 2-0 in Monaco Aug.28  Belgium  Vettel wins Belgian Grand Prix at Spa Aug.30   Lithuania Planes collide during training in Lithuania Aug.31   Germany Islamist admits US German attack