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B. 12-01 Pair test positive for polonium London
C. 12-08 Tests 'prove' Diana driver drunk Paris
12-12 5 prostitutes killed England
4. 12-14 Diana: No murder, no pregnancy London
5. 12-14 EU backs strict expansion rules Belgium
G. 12-18 Man held over 5 prostitute deaths England
7. 12-19 HIV medics condemned to death Libya
I. 12-24 Dead spy's Italy contact arrested Naples

Massive response in murders probe  Officers investigating the murder of 3 prostitutes and the discovery of 2 bodies, have had a massive response from the public   UK supports Darfur no-fly zone  Britain would support a UN-backed no-fly zone over the region to prevent aerial attacks on civilians   Diana: No murder, no pregnancy
  Dead spy's contact 'has radiation'  An Italian academic Mario Scaramella who met Russian former spy on the day he was allegedly fatally poisoned   Pair test positive for polonium  A contact and the wife of dead former spy Litvinenko have both tested positive for polonium-210 Poisoned spy probe widens to U.S., Russia UK nuclear weapons plan unveiled   Russia: No Litvinenko extraditions   Prosecutor-General: Russia will refuse to extradite any suspects in the poisoning death of a former spy to Britain Scaramella: I warned poisoned spy France: Iran facing U.N. sanctions Riot probe confirms chase Russia opens spy poison probe Fiji suspended from Commonwealth Tests 'prove' Diana driver drunk   DNA tests on blood samples appear to prove Henri Paul was drunk on the night of her fatal accident   Car of ex-spy contact contaminated   A car used by Dmitry Kovtun, a contact of Litvinenko, before the men met was contaminated with polonium-210 Spy death police quiz key figure Israeli PM in nuclear arms hint 5 prostitutes killed


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Dec.1   London  
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Dec.3   London
Dec.4   London
Dec.5   Moscow  
 Australia  Defeated England reduced to Ashes
  London
Dec.6   Paris
Dec.7   Paris
  Moscow
Dec.8   London
  Paris  
Dec.9  Hungary  Hungary salutes footballer Puskas
Dec.11   Germany  
  Moscow
  Germany
Dec.12   England  
  British police were racing against time to find the killer. The naked bodies have been found in and around Ipswich
Dec.13   England  
  London  
Dec.14   London  
  The official Scotland Yard inquiry: Claims that Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed were murdered were unfounded.    Lord Stevens, who headed the inquiry, told a news conference...
  Belgium   EU backs strict expansion rules  EU leaders have agreed that aspiring members must meet its tight entry criteria   London Funds scandal: Police quiz Blair Dec.16   England Prostitute killings: CCTV footage released Dec.17   Baghdad     Kidnapping overshadows Blair visit   British Prime Minister arrived on an unannounced stop. 2 dozen Red Crescent visitors and employees kidnapped   Tel Aviv     Tony on Middle East tour   UK PM is in Israel on the fourth day of a tour aimed at reviving a stalled peace process   Western Australia   Aussies regain Ashes from England   Australia bowled out England for 350 to seal a 206-run victory in the third test in Perth Dec.18   England   Man held over 5 prostitute deaths   Supermarket worker Tom Stephens was arrested at his home in Trimley, near Felixstowe, Suffolk   West Bank     Blair, Abbas urge new efforts for peace   Palestinian leader and British Prime Minister met for talks. Blair said the international community should support Abbas   Italy   Cannavaro named FIFA's top player  The 33-year-old Real Madrid defender and World Cup-winning captain was named 2006 FIFA World Player of the Year Dec.19   Libya   HIV medics condemned to death
  A court convicted 5 Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor of deliberately infecting 400 children with the virus.    The sentence is provoking shouts of approval from the children's relatives. Bulgaria reiterated its belief that the children were infected by unhygienic conditions in their hospital. ...
  United Arab Emirates Blair warns of 'global struggle' Dec.20   Austria Holocaust denier to be released   European Union EU fish quota deal hammered out Dec.21   United Kingdom Triplets for woman with two wombs   England Man charged with Suffolk murders   London Holocaust denier: No need for remorse   England     Flu 'could wipe out 62 million'  The experts in The Lancet predict the toll today would be higher than in 1918, despite medical advances Dec.22  Spain  Gonzalez banned for two years Dec.23   England Archbishop attacks Iraq strategy Dec.24   Naples   Dead spy's Italy contact arrested   Police have arrested Mario Scaramella who met Russian former spy Litvinenko the day he fell ill from poisoning  London  Abramovich to cut Chelsea spending   England Report: Tunnel is terror target   Southern Iraq   UK troops storm Iraqi police HQ
  More than 1,000 troops demolished the Jamiat police station to rescue 178 prisoners
Dec.25   Basra   UK raid angers Basra politicians  City Council has withdrawn co-operation from UK forces after the police's serious crimes unit was disbanded by troops Dec.26   Miami Blair flight overshoots runway Dec.27   Kazakhstan   Space telescope to hunt planets  The French-led Corot mission has taken off on a quest to monitor about 120,000 stars for tiny dips in brightness   Melbourne Australia wins 4th Ashes test Dec.28   Czech Republic 'Hijack' drama on Russian plane   Spain Argentine 'Death squad' man held Dec.29   London UK arrests four wanted by Rwanda   Italy Walchhofer claims downhill double   England 2 crew die in U.S. submarine tragedy Dec.30   Madrid     Madrid bomb shatters ETA cease-fire
  Spain has blamed a powerful bomb explosion at the country's busiest airport on Basque separatist group
 Spanish PM suspends ETA dialogue
  Spain Spanish PM suspends Eta dialogue



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European Union, December 2006, Location by Topic
Location Crime & Justice Politics Sports Disasters Criminal Probe
Europe
Poisoned spy probe widens to U.S., Russia
Russia: No Litvinenko extraditions
Scaramella: I warned poisoned spy
Russia opens spy poison probe
Riot probe confirms chase
Tests 'prove' Diana driver drunk
Car of ex-spy contact contaminated
Spy death police quiz key figure
5 prostitutes killed
Massive response in murders probe
Diana: No murder, no pregnancy
Funds scandal: Police quiz Blair
Prostitute killings: CCTV footage released
Man held over 5 prostitute deaths
Dead spy's Italy contact arrested
Madrid bomb shatters ETA cease-fire
UK nuclear weapons plan unveiled
France: Iran facing U.N. sanctions
Fiji suspended from Commonwealth
Israeli PM in nuclear arms hint
UK supports Darfur no-fly zone
Diana: No murder, no pregnancy
EU backs strict expansion rules
Funds scandal: Police quiz Blair
Archbishop attacks Iraq strategy
Argentine 'Death squad' man held
Hungary salutes footballer Puskas
Cannavaro named FIFA's top player
Gonzalez banned for two years
Abramovich to cut Chelsea spending
Walchhofer claims downhill double
Pair test positive for polonium
Dead spy's contact 'has radiation'
Car of ex-spy contact contaminated
Flu 'could wipe out 62 million'
2 crew die in U.S. submarine tragedy
Poisoned spy probe widens to U.S., Russia
Russia opens spy poison probe
Riot probe confirms chase
Tests 'prove' Diana driver drunk
Spy death police quiz key figure
Massive response in murders probe
Diana: No murder, no pregnancy
Funds scandal: Police quiz Blair
Prostitute killings: CCTV footage released
United Kingdom
Poisoned spy probe widens to U.S., Russia
Scaramella: I warned poisoned spy
5 prostitutes killed
Massive response in murders probe
Diana: No murder, no pregnancy
Funds scandal: Police quiz Blair
Prostitute killings: CCTV footage released
Man held over 5 prostitute deaths
Holocaust denier: No need for remorse
UK nuclear weapons plan unveiled
Fiji suspended from Commonwealth
UK supports Darfur no-fly zone
Diana: No murder, no pregnancy
Funds scandal: Police quiz Blair
Archbishop attacks Iraq strategy
Abramovich to cut Chelsea spending
Pair test positive for polonium
Dead spy's contact 'has radiation'
Flu 'could wipe out 62 million'
2 crew die in U.S. submarine tragedy
Poisoned spy probe widens to U.S., Russia
Massive response in murders probe
Diana: No murder, no pregnancy
Funds scandal: Police quiz Blair
Prostitute killings: CCTV footage released
London
Poisoned spy probe widens to U.S., Russia
Scaramella: I warned poisoned spy
Diana: No murder, no pregnancy
Funds scandal: Police quiz Blair
Holocaust denier: No need for remorse
UK nuclear weapons plan unveiled
Fiji suspended from Commonwealth
UK supports Darfur no-fly zone
Diana: No murder, no pregnancy
Abramovich to cut Chelsea spending
Pair test positive for polonium
Dead spy's contact 'has radiation'
Poisoned spy probe widens to U.S., Russia
Diana: No murder, no pregnancy
Funds scandal: Police quiz Blair
Spain
Argentine 'Death squad' man held
Madrid bomb shatters ETA cease-fire
Argentine 'Death squad' man held
Spanish PM suspends Eta dialogue
Gonzalez banned for two years
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Post Soviet
Russia: No Litvinenko extraditions
Russia opens spy poison probe
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Russia opens spy poison probe
Spy death police quiz key figure
Iraq
Kidnapping overshadows Blair visit
Kidnapping overshadows Blair visit
UK raid angers Basra politicians
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Italy
Dead spy's Italy contact arrested
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Cannavaro named FIFA's top player
Walchhofer claims downhill double
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France
Riot probe confirms chase
Tests 'prove' Diana driver drunk
France: Iran facing U.N. sanctions
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Riot probe confirms chase
Tests 'prove' Diana driver drunk
Australia Your ad is here Your ad is here
Defeated England reduced to Ashes
Aussies regain Ashes from England
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Russia
Russia: No Litvinenko extraditions
Russia opens spy poison probe
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Russia opens spy poison probe
Spy death police quiz key figure

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