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1. 07-01 Schroeder loses confidence vote Berlin
C. 07-02 Williams regains Wimbledon title London
D. 07-03 Federer seals Wimbledon hat-trick London
4. 07-04 Police scuffle with G8 protesters Edinburgh, Scotland
07-07 Bombs kill 52 London
6. 07-07 World leaders condemn attacks Scotland
7. 07-08 G8 pledges $50 billion to Africa Scotland
I. 07-08 More than 50 dead in blasts London

Summary.     Click for More > World leaders condemn attacks G8 pledges $50 billion to Africa  Blair hailed the $50 billion package and other agreements as 'a beginning, not the end' More than 50 dead in blasts Rail blasts 'almost simultaneous' Police: bomber 'very likely' died Bomb hunt focuses on masterminds Vigil for bombing victims Biochemist held in London bombings New Harry Potter book hits shops  The sixth book has been published around the world, ending the wait for eager fans Aceh rebels agree to peace deal Former UK Prime Minister Ted Heath dies 4 blasts hit transport Photos released of bomb suspects   Armstrong stamps seventh Tour win  Lance ended his storybook career in Paris by winning a record seventh consecutive Tour de France title Police arrest four in bomb probe IRA halts its armed campaign 4 UK bomb suspects held Police quiz bomb suspects
Schroeder loses confidence vote Federer seals Wimbledon hat-trick Police scuffle with G8 protesters   London wins 2012 Olympics  London has defeated Paris, bringing the Olympics back to Britain for the first time in more than half a century Bombs kill 52
Jul.1   Berlin
Jul.3   London
Jul.4   Scotland
Jul.6   Singapore
Jul.7   London
  A series of 4 'callous' and coordinated bombings in transport system. Power failed on crowded underground trains.    3 blasts took place in the subway system and one more hit a double-decker bus, all within an hour at morning rush. Prime Minister Tony Blair pra...
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Jul.8   Scotland
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Jul.9   London
Jul.12   London
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Jul.14   London
Jul.15   Egypt
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Jul.16   Finland
Jul.17   London
Jul.21   London
Jul.22   London
Jul.24   Paris
Jul.26   London
Jul.28   Northern Ireland
Jul.29   London
Jul.30   London



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United Kingdom
Bombs kill 52
Massive hunt for bombers
More than 50 dead in blasts
Bombings sites combed for clues
Rail blasts 'almost simultaneous'
Bombs 'probably work of Britons'
Bomb bodies removed as UK mourns
Police: bomber 'very likely' died
Bomb hunt focuses on masterminds
Bomb probe troops blast into home
Bombing link to 2004 raid
Image of bombers' deadly journey
4 blasts hit transport
Photos released of bomb suspects
Police arrest four in bomb probe
4 UK bomb suspects held
Police quiz bomb suspects
Police scuffle with G8 protesters
G8 leaders gather amid protests
Bush, Blair meet ahead of G8 talks
World leaders condemn attacks
G8 pledges $50 billion to Africa
Reaction polarized as G8 concludes
Bomb bodies removed as UK mourns
Blair seeks to tackle extremism
Europe to remember victims
Vigil for bombing victims
Muslim leaders in call for action
Former UK Prime Minister Ted Heath dies
Bombs kill 52
More than 50 dead in blasts
Bombings sites combed for clues
Rail blasts 'almost simultaneous'
Bombs 'probably work of Britons'
Bomb bodies removed as UK mourns
Police: bomber 'very likely' died
Bomb hunt focuses on masterminds
Bomb probe troops blast into home
Bombing link to 2004 raid
Image of bombers' deadly journey
4 blasts hit transport
Photos released of bomb suspects
Police arrest four in bomb probe
4 UK bomb suspects held
Police quiz bomb suspects
Federer cruises to final over Hewitt
Williams regains Wimbledon title
Roddick fights his way into final
Federer seals Wimbledon hat-trick
Woods claims St Andrews Open glory
London
Bombs kill 52
Massive hunt for bombers
More than 50 dead in blasts
Bombings sites combed for clues
Rail blasts 'almost simultaneous'
Bombs 'probably work of Britons'
Bomb bodies removed as UK mourns
Police: bomber 'very likely' died
Bomb probe troops blast into home
4 blasts hit transport
Photos released of bomb suspects
Police arrest four in bomb probe
4 UK bomb suspects held
Police quiz bomb suspects
Bomb bodies removed as UK mourns
Europe to remember victims
Vigil for bombing victims
Muslim leaders in call for action
Former UK Prime Minister Ted Heath dies
Man shot was Brazilian
Bombs kill 52
More than 50 dead in blasts
Bombings sites combed for clues
Rail blasts 'almost simultaneous'
Bombs 'probably work of Britons'
Bomb bodies removed as UK mourns
Police: bomber 'very likely' died
Bomb probe troops blast into home
Bombing link to 2004 raid
4 blasts hit transport
Photos released of bomb suspects
Police arrest four in bomb probe
4 UK bomb suspects held
Police quiz bomb suspects
Federer cruises to final over Hewitt
Williams regains Wimbledon title
Roddick fights his way into final
Federer seals Wimbledon hat-trick
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Police scuffle with G8 protesters
G8 leaders gather amid protests
Bush, Blair meet ahead of G8 talks
World leaders condemn attacks
G8 pledges $50 billion to Africa
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Woods claims St Andrews Open glory
Egypt
Biochemist held in London bombings
Biochemist has 'no al-Qaeda link'
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Biochemist held in London bombings
Biochemist has 'no al-Qaeda link'
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  Schroeder loses confidence vote  Chancellor lost a confidence vote in parliament, opening the door for possible new elections Williams regains Wimbledon title   Federer seals Wimbledon hat-trick  World number one produced a near-perfect performance to beat Roddick 6-2 7-6 (7-2) 6-4 Police scuffle with G8 protesters   Police and protesters scuffled in Edinburgh ahead of the summit as officials braced for more demonstrations   London wins 2012 Olympics


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Jul.1   Berlin  
 London  Davenport completes semifinal win
Jul.2   London
 London  Roddick fights his way into final
 Netherlands  Argentina wins record fifth under-20
Jul.3   London  
 France  Alonso powers to GP victory
 Paris  Paris rule out London complaint
Jul.4  France  Second stage for sprint ace Boonen
  Scotland  
 Belgium  EU to name envoy to monitor Darfur
Jul.5  Singapore  Cities make final Olympic pleas
 France  Armstrong yellow after rival falls
Jul.6   Singapore  
  London has defeated Paris, bringing the Olympics back to Britain for the first time in more than half a century
 Scotland  G8 leaders gather amid protests  Scotland  Bush, Blair meet ahead of G8 talks Jul.7   London   Bombs kill 52
  A series of 4 'callous' and coordinated bombings in transport system. Power failed on crowded underground trains
 3 blasts took place in the subway system and one more hit a double-decker bus, all within an hour at morning rush. Prime Minister Tony Blair praised 'the stoicism and resilience of the people of London' in the face of the bloodshed. The Union Jack flew at half-staff over Buckingham Palace
  Scotland   World leaders condemn attacks  The leaders expressed their condolences to the British people and sent messages to Blair that they were united  London  Massive hunt for bombers  England  Blair vows terrorists won't win Jul.8   Scotland   G8 pledges $50 billion to Africa
  Blair hailed the $50 billion package and other agreements as 'a beginning, not the end'
  London   More than 50 dead in blasts  Police warned that additional attacks were possible. One train 'still contains a number of bodies'   Germany Sasser creator avoids jail term   London Bombings sites combed for clues   Scotland Reaction polarized as G8 concludes Jul.9   London   Rail blasts 'almost simultaneous'  Relatives continued a search for the missing in the London bombings that killed at least 50 people  Milan  Mass arrests made in Milan swoops   London Bombs 'probably work of Britons' Jul.10   London Bomb bodies removed as UK mourns  England  Montoya triumphs at Silverstone  Luxembourg  Luxembourg backs EU constitution Jul.12   London Bomb probe troops blast into home   London   Police: bomber 'very likely' died  Police are focusing their investigation of terrorist attacks on 4 men who could have been suicide bombers  France  Armstrong leads after Alpine stage   England   Bomb hunt focuses on masterminds  Police are now focusing on finding those who masterminded the suicide attacks that have killed at least 52 Jul.13   England Blair seeks to tackle extremism   London Europe to remember victims  Paris  Security boost for Bastille Day Jul.14  Scotland  Tiger takes lead at British Open   London   Vigil for bombing victims  Thousands have attended a vigil in Trafalgar Square, to remember the victims and thank emergency crews   London Bombing link to 2004 raid Jul.15   Egypt   Biochemist held in London bombings  Police have arrested a biochemist sought in connection with the London terrorist attacks   Scotland   New Harry Potter book hits shops
  The sixth book has been published around the world, ending the wait for eager fans
  London Muslim leaders in call for action  Scotland  Woods 4 clear as Jack bows out Jul.16   Egypt Biochemist has 'no al-Qaeda link'   Finland   Aceh rebels agree to peace deal  Delegates from the Indonesian government and Aceh rebels have agreed a tentative deal   London Image of bombers' deadly journey Jul.17  Scotland  Woods claims St Andrews Open glory  France  Triumph for Armstrong and Hincapie   London   Former UK Prime Minister Ted Heath dies  Sir Edward Heath was a former prime minister defeated in government by pay strikes and in opposition by Thatcher  London  Britain looks to extend war on terror   Spain Fire kills 14 firefighters Jul.18   England Afghan warlord guilty of torture   England Report: UK 'at risk' over Iraq war  London  Three UK bombers visited Pakistan Jul.19   Egypt Atta's father praises bombers Jul.20  Pakistan  UK seeks Pakistani tied to Oregon case Jul.21   London   4 blasts hit transport  Explosions have hit 3 Underground stations came two weeks to the day since July 7 terror attacks   London Police: Latest bombers failed   London Blasts probe turns to evidence Jul.22   London   Photos released of bomb suspects  Police want to trace men in connection with attempted bomb attacks on London's transport system Jul.23  London  Second arrest in attempted attacks   London Man shot was Brazilian  France  Armstrong nears historic Tour win Jul.24   Paris     Armstrong stamps seventh Tour win
  Lance ended his storybook career in Paris by winning a record seventh consecutive Tour de France title
 Germany  Raikkonen setback gifts Alonso win  England  'Shoot-to-kill' policy to remain Jul.25   England Police name two bombing suspects Jul.26   Netherlands Van Gogh killer jailed for life   London 2 bomb suspects are African immigrants   London   Police arrest four in bomb probe  The men have been arrested in Birmingham in connection with the attempted bombings on July 21 Jul.27   London Police arrest suspect in failed bombing   France Sex ring members sentenced Jul.28  London  Bombings: 12 more arrests  European Union  EU pushes binding climate deal   Northern Ireland   IRA halts its armed campaign  The leading Protestant unionist party has dismissed the move to resume disarmament as a 'hollow gesture'  England  Chance to seize bomb plot suspect missed Jul.29   London Bomb suspects held   London   4 UK bomb suspects held  All men suspected of planting failed bombs on July 21 are in custody after raids in London and Rome Jul.30   London   Police quiz bomb suspects  British police are questioning 4 suspects as Italian officials started extradition proceedings against another  Rome  Bombing suspect faces extradition Jul.31   United Kingdom UK warns Iran over nuclear plans  Hungary  Raikkonen win revives title hopes  France  Ex-ECB chief Wim Duisenberg dies  Italy  Bomb suspect: 'No 7/7, al Qaeda links'