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B. 02-04 Syria civil war: Donors pledge billions in vital aid London
02-09 Germany train crash: Several killed near Bavarian town Bad Aibling, Bavaria
D. 02-20 EU referendum: Cameron sets June date for UK vote London
E. 02-26 Gianni Infantino crowned new FIFA president Zurich, Switzerland
F. 02-29 EU migrant crisis: Calais 'Jungle' clearance work due to resume Calais, France

Syria civil war: Donors pledge billions in vital aid  Billions of dollars have been pledged to help ease the plight of Syrians affected by the five-year conflict Zika virus pregnancy case confirmed in Spain - first in Europe EU calls on Turkey to let Syrian refugees cross border Austrian avalanche: Czech skiers killed in Alps Spain breaks up 'IS jihadist cell' Storm Imogen leaves homes without power across England and Wales Germany train crash: Several killed near Bavarian town Map of Bad Aibling Germany
Rescuers tow capsized cargo ship before it hits French coast   Rescuers have begun towing Modern Express ship that had been adrift for five days and was threatening to run aground in southwest France   Julian Assange 'will surrender' if UN rules against him  Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has said he will turn himself over to UK police on Friday if a UN panel rules he has not been unlawfully de...   Julian Assange is being 'arbitrarily held', UN panel to say

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Feb.1   Southern France  
Feb.3   London  
Feb.4   Sweden  
  A UN panel will conclude Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is being 'arbitrarily detained' in the UK, the Swedish foreign ministry has said
Feb.6   European Union
Feb.7   Spain
Feb.8   England
Feb.9   Bavaria  
  At least 10 people were killed and scores more injured, police say, after two passenger trains collided head-on on a single-track route
 The trains had crashed into each other while both travelling at around 100km/h\
Feb.11   Greece Nato deploys Aegean people-smuggling patrols Feb.12   European Union EU gives Greece deadline on borders Feb.13   Sweden At least 4 killed when car plunges into Swedish canal Feb.14   Paris     France urges end to Turkish assault on Kurds   France's foreign ministry has urged Turkey to end its assault on the YPG militia in northern Syria   London   Virgin Atlantic flight back in UK after 'laser incident'   A flight heading to New York turned back to London Heathrow Airport after a 'laser beam incident', Virgin Atlantic has confirmed Feb.15   European Union   Mario Draghi seeks to calm fears over European banks  European Central Bank chief has sought to calm fears about the health of European banks after a 'sharp fall' in their share prices   France     Syria crisis: Strikes on hospitals 'war crimes'   France and Turkey have said that air strikes on hospitals constitute war crimes. Up to 50 people have been killed in missile attacks Feb.16   Bavaria   Germany train crash: Human error to blame   Human error by a train controller was to blame for a crash in Bavaria, Germany, last week that killed 11 people.The man is likely to be charged   Paris Champions League: Late goals give PSG, Benfica first-leg wins   France     Sarkozy investigated over France campaign funds  French ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy has been placed under formal investigation in a probe into his campaign funding, prosecutors say Feb.17   Barcelona Lionel Messi scores 300th league goal for club Feb.18   Poland   Lech Walesa 'was paid Communist informant'  Poland's history institute says that newly seized documents suggest former president and Solidarity hero Lech Walesa was an informer   Greece     EU patrol ship saves 900 migrants off Greece   About 900 migrants have been rescued near the Greek island of Lesbos, the EU border agency Frontex has said   Brussels     EU and Turkey to hold special summit in March   The EU is to hold a special summit with Turkey on the migration crisis in early March, officials have announced Feb.19   London     EU deal gives UK special status, says PM   David Cameron says a deal struck with EU leaders will give the UK 'special status' and he will campaign with his 'heart and soul' to stay in the union Feb.20   London     EU referendum: Cameron sets June date for UK vote
  The UK will vote on whether to remain in the EU on Thursday 23 June, Prime Minister David Cameron has said
Feb.21   Eastern Germany   Germany migrant shelter fire 'cheered by onlookers'   A fire which broke out at a building planned to house migrants in eastern Germany was greeted with cheers from some onlookers, police say Feb.23   London Barcelona top Arsenal; Juventus comes back on Bayern
  Ruhr     Cologne attacks: Most suspects 'may never be caught'   Most of the men who sexually assaulted women in Cologne on New Year's Eve may never be caught, the city's police chief has said Feb.24   Brussels     Migrant crisis: EU ministers meet amid rising tension  EU ministers meet later amid warnings the migrant crisis could threaten the bloc's survival. Austria and Balkan nations have agreed measure Feb.26   Switzerland     Gianni Infantino crowned new FIFA president Map of Zurich Switzerland
  World football's governing body elected the Swiss-Italian lawyer after he defeated Bahrain's Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa in the 2nd round
Feb.27   Southern France Lindsey Vonn suffers hairline knee fracture in crash   Berlin   Stag party causes Ryanair diversion  Six British members of a stag party on a Ryanair flight were arrested for allegedly drunken behaviour which forced an unscheduled landing Feb.28   London Caballero saves three PKs, Man City wins League Cup in shootout   Berlin     Greece needs EU help to avoid chaos, says Merkel  Europe cannot allow Greece to fall into 'chaos', German Chancellor says, amid sharp divisions among members over the migrant crisis Feb.29   France   EU migrant crisis: Calais 'Jungle' clearance work due to resume Map of Calais France
  Demolition teams are due to return to the French port of Calais to dismantle more makeshift shelters in the migrant camp known as the 'Jungle'

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