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B. 12-01 Snowfall disrupts northern Europe European Union
C. 12-03 Air controller walkout disrupts travel Spain
D. 12-05 Egypt shark attack kills German Sharm el-Sheikh, Sinai
12-07 Assange jailed as extradition considered London
5. 12-09 Protesters attack Prince Charles' car London
6. 12-11 One dead after Stockholm blasts Stockholm, Sweden
7. 12-12 Explosions were 'an act of terrorism' Sweden
8. 12-14 Wikileaks chief's release delayed London

Summary.     Click for More > French Haiti cholera report 'inconclusive' Protesters attack Prince Charles' car 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 Explosions were 'an act of terrorism' Wikileaks chief's release delayed U.S. to sue BP over Gulf of Mexico oil spill Wikileaks founder Assange freed on bail   The founder of whistle-blowing website, Julian Assange, has vowed 'to continue my work and to protest my innocence' after being freed on bai... Europe is digging airports out of snow Europe bends under weight of snow EU brands airports 'weak link'   Parcel bombs hit Rome embassies  Italian police are searching all embassies and consular offices after parcel bombs exploded at the Swiss and Chilean missions 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 Somalis held in Dutch terror raid Conditions improve at European airports Mossad to apologize over passports Explosives found at Greek embassy Denmark holds 'cartoon plotters' Video captures serial killer's defiance
Snowfall disrupts northern Europe Air controller walkout disrupts travel Egypt shark attack kills German   Assange jailed as extradition considered
Dec.1   European Union
Dec.3   Spain
Dec.5   Sinai
Dec.7   London
  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....
  Haiti
Dec.9   London
Dec.11   Sweden
Dec.12   Sweden
Dec.14   London
Dec.15   Washington
Dec.16   London
Dec.20   London
Dec.21   European Union
  European Union
Dec.23   Rome
Dec.24   European Union
  Paris
Dec.25   Netherlands
  Paris
Dec.26   London
Dec.27   Rome
Dec.29   Denmark
Dec.30   Northern England



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Europe
Assange jailed as extradition considered
Protesters attack Prince Charles' car
One dead after Stockholm blasts
Explosions were 'an act of terrorism'
UK search amid Sweden bomb probe
Protesters made 'contact' with Camilla
Wikileaks chief's release delayed
Cartoon, threats preceded Sweden attack
Wikileaks founder Assange freed on bail
Assange 'fears extradition to US'
Knox appeal judge: evidence new reviews
Twelve held in UK anti-terror raids
Parcel bombs hit Rome embassies
Somalis held in Dutch terror raid
Explosives found at Greek embassy
Denmark holds 'cartoon plotters'
Video captures serial killer's defiance
European countries battle weather chaos
Cop drags man off tracks as train arrives
Bodies of missing U.S. balloonists found
Airlines, mechanic guilty in Concorde crash
Europe is digging airports out of snow
Paris cancels half of flights
Conditions improve at European airports
Leaks criticise UK in Afghanistan
WikiLeaks: UK offered exceptions for U.S.
PM's partying left him 'a complete mess'
Assange responds to readers online
Havel and Tutu urge to release Liu Xiaobo
Lawmaker denies aide is a Russian spy
Russia checking citizenship of UK aide
Protesters attack Prince Charles' car
Protesters made 'contact' with Camilla
Assange tells of 'smear campaign'
Mossad to apologize over passports
Air controller walkout disrupts travel
Air traffic controllers return to work
Barca sign $225m Qatar deal
Europe is digging airports out of snow
Paris cancels half of flights
Conditions improve at European airports
Spain arrests 7 suspected extremists
One dead after Stockholm blasts
Explosions were 'an act of terrorism'
UK search amid Sweden bomb probe
Cartoon, threats preceded Sweden attack
Twelve held in UK anti-terror raids
Parcel bombs hit Rome embassies
Somalis held in Dutch terror raid
Denmark holds 'cartoon plotters'
French heroics in Davis doubles
Serbia wins Davis Cup final over France
Barca sign $225m Qatar deal
United Kingdom
Assange jailed as extradition considered
Protesters attack Prince Charles' car
UK search amid Sweden bomb probe
Protesters made 'contact' with Camilla
Wikileaks chief's release delayed
Wikileaks founder Assange freed on bail
Assange 'fears extradition to US'
Twelve held in UK anti-terror raids
Europe is digging airports out of snow
Leaks criticise UK in Afghanistan
WikiLeaks: UK offered exceptions for U.S.
Assange responds to readers online
Protesters attack Prince Charles' car
Protesters made 'contact' with Camilla
Assange tells of 'smear campaign'
Mossad to apologize over passports
Europe is digging airports out of snow
Wikileaks: UK feared Megrahi prison death
UK search amid Sweden bomb probe
Twelve held in UK anti-terror raids
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London
Lawmaker denies aide is a Russian spy
Assange jailed as extradition considered
Protesters attack Prince Charles' car
Protesters made 'contact' with Camilla
Wikileaks chief's release delayed
Wikileaks founder Assange freed on bail
Europe is digging airports out of snow
Leaks criticise UK in Afghanistan
WikiLeaks: UK offered exceptions for U.S.
Assange responds to readers online
Protesters attack Prince Charles' car
Protesters made 'contact' with Camilla
Mossad to apologize over passports
Europe is digging airports out of snow
Wikileaks: UK feared Megrahi prison death
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Italy
Parcel bombs hit Rome embassies
Explosives found at Greek embassy
Bodies of missing U.S. balloonists found
PM's partying left him 'a complete mess'
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Parcel bombs hit Rome embassies
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Scandinavia
One dead after Stockholm blasts
Explosions were 'an act of terrorism'
Denmark holds 'cartoon plotters'
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One dead after Stockholm blasts
Explosions were 'an act of terrorism'
Denmark holds 'cartoon plotters'
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Spain
Spain arrests 7 suspected extremists
Cop drags man off tracks as train arrives
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Air controller walkout disrupts travel
Air traffic controllers return to work
Spain arrests 7 suspected extremists
Barca sign $225m Qatar deal
Sweden
One dead after Stockholm blasts
Explosions were 'an act of terrorism'
Cartoon, threats preceded Sweden attack
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One dead after Stockholm blasts
Explosions were 'an act of terrorism'
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France
Airlines, mechanic guilty in Concorde crash
Paris cancels half of flights
Conditions improve at European airports
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Conditions improve at European airports
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Rome
Parcel bombs hit Rome embassies
Explosives found at Greek embassy
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PM's partying left him 'a complete mess'
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Parcel bombs hit Rome embassies
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Snowfall disrupts northern Europe  Heavy snowfall has caused disruption across northern Europe, closing airports and bringing traffic to a standstill U.N., EU to Ivory Coast: Release results Leaks criticise UK in Afghanistan Air controller walkout disrupts travel  The Spanish government put the military in control of air space late to get commercial jets flying again after a surprise air traffic controller strike Assange responds to readers online Air traffic controllers return to work Egypt shark attack kills German   A woman has been killed in a shark attack while snorkelling off the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh Serbia wins Davis Cup final over France Wikileaks reveals US-Nato Baltic plan   Assange jailed as extradition considered


December 2010 ... more > Top ^
Dec.1  Spain  Spain arrests 7 suspected extremists
  European Union  
  Ivory Coast
Dec.2   London
 London  WikiLeaks: UK offered exceptions for U.S.
 Rome  PM's partying left him 'a complete mess'
 Poland  European countries battle weather chaos
Dec.3   Spain  
  London
Dec.4   Spain
 Serbia  French heroics in Davis doubles
 Czech Republic  Havel and Tutu urge to release Liu Xiaobo
Dec.5   Sinai  
  Serbia
 London  Lawmaker denies aide is a Russian spy
 Sweden  Wikileaks' Assange to fight case
 Madrid  Cop drags man off tracks as train arrives
Dec.6  Russia  Russia checking citizenship of UK aide
 London  Assange to meet police
 Southern Italy  Bodies of missing U.S. balloonists found
 Paris  Airlines, mechanic guilty in Concorde crash
  Baltics
 London  Cameron hints at Afghan pull-out
Dec.7   London  
  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. He was remanded in custody pending a hearing next week
  Haiti     French Haiti cholera report 'inconclusive'  A French doctor's report suggests that the strain of cholera ravaging Haiti may have originated with U.N. peacekeepers from Nepal  London  Wikileaks: UK feared Megrahi prison death Dec.9   London   Protesters attack Prince Charles' car   Protesters enraged by a Parliament vote to triple university tuition rate caps, attacked a car carrying Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall Dec.10  Barcelona  Barca sign $225m Qatar deal  Ireland  Deep rift in Vatican-Ireland relationship Dec.11  Spain  Spanish anger at Wikileaks arrest   Sweden   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   Sweden   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   England UK search amid Sweden bomb probe   London Protesters made 'contact' with Camilla  Sweden  WikiLeaks rival plans Monday launch  European Union  Amazon hit by web service failure  Rome  Berlusconi faces MPs before vital vote Dec.13  United Kingdom  42% of Britons feel WikiLeaks right  France  Teen arrested after holding hostages Dec.14   London     Wikileaks chief's release delayed   The founder of whistle-blowing website, Julian Assange, has been granted bail on conditions including cash guarantees of 240,000   Sweden Cartoon, threats preceded Sweden attack  Rome  Violence after Berlusconi survives vote  USA  US court indicts Dutch Farc rebel Dec.15   Washington     U.S. to sue BP over Gulf of Mexico oil spill   The federal government joined the dozens of lawsuits against BP and several other companies over the massive oil spill, seeking unlimited penalties  Ireland  Europe to rule on Irish abortion  Abu Dhabi  Inter Milan cruise into final Dec.16   London     Wikileaks founder Assange freed on bail
  The founder of whistle-blowing website, Julian Assange, has vowed 'to continue my work and to protest my innocence' after being freed on bail
  England Assange tells of 'smear campaign'
Dec.17   England Assange 'fears extradition to US' Dec.18  England  UK travel chaos as big freeze bites   Italy Knox appeal judge: evidence new reviews   Abu Dhabi Inter claim Club World Cup Dec.19  London  Severe weather snarls Europe travel Dec.20   London   Europe is digging airports out of snow Map of Gatwick United Kingdom  Frustrated passengers crammed major airports as heavy snowfall forced new cancellations and delays across the continent. Gatwick was closed   Wales Twelve held in UK anti-terror raids Dec.21   European Union   Europe bends under weight of snow   Passengers struggling to get away for the holiday season faced further frustration and delays , as the EU's top travel official slammed snow...   European Union   EU brands airports 'weak link'  The EU has heavily criticised European airports for failing to deal with recent freezing weather, which has left thousands of travellers str... Dec.22   Moscow Russia blames UK for diplomatic spat   Ivory Coast French urged to leave Ivory Coast   European Union EU won't legislate on communist crimes  London  Heathrow boss gives up bonus over delay Dec.23   Rome     Parcel bombs hit Rome embassies
  Italian police are searching all embassies and consular offices after parcel bombs exploded at the Swiss and Chilean missions
  Sweden Station cleared due to suspicious item
Dec.24   European Union   Snow paralyses transport in W. Europe
  Thousands of travellers have had their Christmas plans disrupted by further snowfalls across Western Europe
  Paris   Paris cancels half of flights   Part of airport was evacuated due to the snow on the roof, and hundreds of flights were canceled because of a shortage of de-icing fluid   Moscow France to help build Russian warships
 Milan  Leonardo takes over as Inter boss Dec.25   Netherlands   Somalis held in Dutch terror raid   Twelve Somali men have been arrested in the Netherlands on suspicion of involvement in terrorism   Paris   Conditions improve at European airports   Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris was rebounding after hundreds of flights were canceled because of a shortage of de-icing fluid   London UK gives 40m to UN disaster fund Dec.26   London London train drivers strike over pay   London   Mossad to apologize over passports  The new chief of Israel's secret intelligence service is said to be preparing to apologize for the agency's suspected use of forged British ...   England 9 charged in terror case Dec.27   Rome     Explosives found at Greek embassy  Italian police found an explosive package, the second time in as many weeks that embassies there have received explosives through the mail Dec.28  Melbourne  England retain Ashes Dec.29   Denmark     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   Northern Ireland NI government plans water crisis meeting Dec.30   Poland Swede jailed for Auschwitz theft   Northern England   Video captures serial killer's defiance  Closed-circuit TV footage that led police to identify Stephen Griffiths as a killer shows the 'Crossbow Cannibal' carrying a crossbow   London Queen Elizabeth a great-grandmother   European Union West attacks Khodorkovsky 'abuse' Dec.31   Rome Italy furious after Lula refuses extradition