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Euro cash switch hailed a success Moussaoui defies court  A US court has entered a plea of not guilty for 33-year-old Frenchman of Moroccan descent charged with the September 11 EU praises euro changeover Man Utd 6th straight win Blair visits Bangladesh Crash airport to re-open Minister quits in euro row Blair visits with anti-terror pledge Berlusconi becomes foreign minister   Blair urges Kashmir dialogue  UK Prime Minister Tony Blair has urged to hold dialogue after talks with Pakistan President Saint Laurent retires  One of the leading fashion designers of the 20th century has announced his retirement at the age of 65   Blair visits Afghanistan
  Euro mark celebrations


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Jan.1   European Union  
  People lined up in freezing temperatures to get a jump on the most ambitious currency swap in history
 The euro was introduced to world financial markets as an accounting currency in 1999 and launched as physical coins and banknotes in 2002. The official spelling of the euro is 'euro' in the Latin script. The euro is divided into 100 cents
  European Union
Jan.2   Washington  
  European Union
  Northern England
Jan.3   Bangladesh
Jan.5   England
  Italy
Jan.6   New Delhi
  Italy
Jan.7   Pakistan  
  France  
  Kabul  
  UK Prime Minister has become the first world leader to visit Afghanistan and to meet Karzai since the fall of the Taleban
Jan.9   Northern Ireland   Riots near Belfast school  Roman Catholics and Protestants clashed with police outside a Catholic girls' school. 2 people were shot Jan.10   France     'Right not to be born' rejected  Parliament overturned a legal ruling that families whose children were born with birth defects could sue doctors Jan.11   Northern Ireland   Belfast school reopens after riots  Children have returned to a school after a night of rioting between Catholics and Protestants Jan.12   Austria Gerg races to back-to-back wins   England   Prince Harry smoked cannabis
  The youngest son of Prince Charles and the late Diana has attended a drug rehabilitation clinic
Jan.14   United Kingdom   UK named foot-and-mouth free  The last remaining county to suffer from foot-and-mouth has been given the all-clear Jan.15   Cyprus   Cypriot leaders talk peace  The Greek Cypriot president Clerides and Turkish Cypriot leader Denktash are holding fresh talks Jan.18   Melbourne Henman downs Rusedski   Northern Ireland   Catholics, Protestants united in protests  Tens of thousands of protesters angered by the slaying of a postman and other violence Jan.19   Melbourne Bjorkman derails Henman Jan.21   Belgium   Sex ring ignored  Dutroux is awaiting trial on charges of abducting, raping and killing 4 girls.   European Union   EU presses US on prisoner rights  EU has said America must treat al-Qaeda and Taleban fighters held at its military base in Cuba as POWs Jan.22   New York   Tyson, Lewis fight at news conference  Tyson's world title fight with Lennox Lewis is in doubt   Netherlands     Lockerbie appeal  5 senior Scottish judges will begin hearing the appeal of Al Megrahi convicted of the 1988 bombing Jan.23   Netherlands     Lockerbie appeal challenges judges  Lawyers claimed that no reasonable jury would have found al-Megrahi guilty   Vatican     Pope leads world peace prayer day  John Paul II is to travel by train from the Vatican to Assisi. He will be accompanied by leaders of 11 other religions Jan.26   Italy   Police probe plane parts scam  Thousands of aircraft parts have been seized in an investigation into the fraudulent sale of used equipment to airlines   Melbourne     Johansson claims Australian Open
  Thomas upset the odds to claim his first Grand Slam title by beating Safin
Jan.28   India India thrashes England to a 3-1 lead Jan.29   England   6 arrested under terror law
  150 officers took part in the operation, codenamed Icebol
  United Kingdom     UK urges Zimbabwe suspension  Commonwealth foreign ministers will meet in London to consider a call by Britain for Zimbabwe to be suspended Jan.31   England     Afghan leader visits Blair  PM promised backing for the rebuilding of Afghanistan but stopped short of agreeing to Karzai's request for extra troops   New Delhi England beats India, keeps series alive



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Location Politics Crime & Justice Sports Business
Europe
Minister quits in euro row
Berlusconi becomes foreign minister
'Right not to be born' rejected
Prince Harry smoked cannabis
Cypriot leaders talk peace
Catholics, Protestants united in protests
Pope leads world peace prayer day
UK urges Zimbabwe suspension
Riots near Belfast school
Belfast school reopens after riots
Sex ring ignored
Lockerbie appeal
Lockerbie appeal challenges judges
Police probe plane parts scam
6 arrested under terror law
Man Utd 6th straight win
Gerg races to back-to-back wins
Minister quits in euro row
Saint Laurent retires
United Kingdom
Prince Harry smoked cannabis
Catholics, Protestants united in protests
UK urges Zimbabwe suspension
Afghan leader visits Blair
Riots near Belfast school
Belfast school reopens after riots
6 arrested under terror law
Man Utd 6th straight win
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South Asia
Blair visits Bangladesh
Blair visits Afghanistan
Blair urges Kashmir dialogue
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India thrashes England to a 3-1 lead
England beats India, keeps series alive
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England
Prince Harry smoked cannabis
Afghan leader visits Blair
6 arrested under terror law
Man Utd 6th straight win
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Northern Ireland
Catholics, Protestants united in protests
Riots near Belfast school
Belfast school reopens after riots
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Italy
Minister quits in euro row
Berlusconi becomes foreign minister
Police probe plane parts scam
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Minister quits in euro row
India
Blair visits with anti-terror pledge
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India thrashes England to a 3-1 lead
England beats India, keeps series alive
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Australia Your ad is here Your ad is here
Henman downs Rusedski
Johansson claims Australian Open
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France
'Right not to be born' rejected
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Saint Laurent retires
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Lockerbie appeal
Lockerbie appeal challenges judges
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USA Your ad is here
Moussaoui defies court
Tyson, Lewis fight at news conference
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New Delhi
Blair visits with anti-terror pledge
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England beats India, keeps series alive
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