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B. 07-01 Mugabe aide tells West: 'Go hang' Egypt
07-01 African call for Zimbabwe unity Egypt
D. 07-01 Deal to end contractors' immunity Baghdad
E. 07-06 UAE to cancel all of Iraq's $7B debt Dubai
5. 07-08 Iraq official: U.S. could be out by 2011 Baghdad
6. 07-09 Attack kills 7 U.N. peacekeepers Darfur
H. 07-11 Sudanese president may be charged Sudan
I. 07-12 Sudan calls meeting over genocide charge Sudan

Summary.     Click for More > Sudan angered by genocide claims Rights group fears Sudanese backlash Israel and Hezbollah set for swap Militants get heroes' welcome home Sunni bloc rejoins Iraqi cabinet Suicide claim over UK hostage Israel probes 'detainee shooting' Iraq banned from Summer Olympics Gays terrorized by threats, rape, murder 100 female U.S. troops have died in Iraq Five die in Gaza City explosion Hope of deal in world trade talks Six die in fighting 4 suicide bombers kill scores in Iraq Iraq cleared to compete in Olympics Support for Darfur mission urged UN extends Darfur peace mission
  African call for Zimbabwe unity  African leaders have called for a government of national unity, where President Mugabe was re-elected unopposed last week UAE to cancel all of Iraq's $7B debt  Dubai has forgiven the nearly $7 billion Baghdad owes it, Iraqi Prime Minister al-Maliki announced Attack kills 7 U.N. peacekeepers   Sudanese president may be charged  Sudanese ambassador to the United Nations: President Omar Hassan al-Bashir may be charged with genocide   Syria, Lebanon to open embassies  At a joint news conference, Sarkozy affirmed that the establishment of embassies in Beirut and Damascus was in the works   President charged with genocide
Jul.1   Egypt
Jul.6   Dubai
Jul.9   Darfur
Jul.11   Sudan
Jul.12   Paris
Jul.14   Sudan
  The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has filed charges against Omar Hassan al-Bashir for a campaign of violence in Darfur.    Luis Moreno-Ocampo told judges at The Hague that al-Bashir bore criminal responsibility for alleged atrocities committed...
  Sudan
Jul.15   Global
  Hezbollah
Jul.16   Beirut
Jul.19   Baghdad
  Iraq
Jul.20   Israel
Jul.24   Baghdad
  Iraq
  Iraq
Jul.25   Gaza
  Qatar
Jul.26   Northern Lebanon
Jul.28   Baghdad
Jul.29   Iraq
Jul.30   Darfur
Jul.31   UN Security Council



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Middle East
African call for Zimbabwe unity
Mugabe aide tells West: 'Go hang'
Deal to end contractors' immunity
UAE to cancel all of Iraq's $7B debt
Iraq official: U.S. could be out by 2011
Sudan calls meeting over genocide charge
Sudan angered by genocide claims
Militants get heroes' welcome home
Iraqi PM announces diplomatic push
Sunni bloc rejoins Iraqi cabinet
Israel probes 'detainee shooting'
Gays terrorized by threats, rape, murder
100 female U.S. troops have died in Iraq
Hope of deal in world trade talks
'Many killed' in jail riot
Pirates release German cargo ship
Hamas arrests rocket squad
Sudanese president may be charged
President charged with genocide
Bombers kill Iraq army recruits
Suicide claim over UK hostage
President not be cowed by his indictment
Five die in Gaza City explosion
4 suicide bombers kill scores in Iraq
Syria: Efforts to secure Iraq border
Iraq official: U.S. could be out by 2011
President charged with genocide
Israel and Hezbollah set for swap
Bombers kill Iraq army recruits
Killing of governor's kin raises questions
100 female U.S. troops have died in Iraq
Six die in fighting
Syria: Efforts to secure Iraq border
Hamas arrests rocket squad
Bombers kill Iraq army recruits
Five die in Gaza City explosion
4 suicide bombers kill scores in Iraq
Iraq
Deal to end contractors' immunity
Iraq official: U.S. could be out by 2011
Iraqi PM announces diplomatic push
Sunni bloc rejoins Iraqi cabinet
Gays terrorized by threats, rape, murder
100 female U.S. troops have died in Iraq
Bombers kill Iraq army recruits
Suicide claim over UK hostage
4 suicide bombers kill scores in Iraq
Iraq official: U.S. could be out by 2011
Bombers kill Iraq army recruits
Killing of governor's kin raises questions
100 female U.S. troops have died in Iraq
Bombers kill Iraq army recruits
4 suicide bombers kill scores in Iraq
Sudan
Sudan calls meeting over genocide charge
AU warning over Darfur 'charges'
Sudan angered by genocide claims
Iraq border refugees better off in Sudan
Sudanese president may be charged
President charged with genocide
U.N. peacekeeper slain
President not be cowed by his indictment
Attack kills 7 U.N. peacekeepers
China 'is fuelling war in Darfur'
President charged with genocide
Support for Darfur mission urged
U.N. peacekeeper slain
Baghdad
Deal to end contractors' immunity
Iraq official: U.S. could be out by 2011
Iraqi PM announces diplomatic push
Sunni bloc rejoins Iraqi cabinet
4 suicide bombers kill scores in Iraq
Iraq official: U.S. could be out by 2011
4 suicide bombers kill scores in Iraq
Africa
AU warning over Darfur 'charges'
Libya 'halts Swiss oil shipments'
U.N. peacekeeper slain
Attack kills 7 U.N. peacekeepers
China 'is fuelling war in Darfur'
Support for Darfur mission urged
U.N. peacekeeper slain
Darfur
AU warning over Darfur 'charges'
U.N. peacekeeper slain
Attack kills 7 U.N. peacekeepers
China 'is fuelling war in Darfur'
Support for Darfur mission urged
U.N. peacekeeper slain
North America
Pentagon: Uranium shipped from Iraq
UN fury at Darfur militia ambush
U.S. eyes short-term deal with Iraq
UN extends Darfur peace mission
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UN fury at Darfur militia ambush
U.S. eyes short-term deal with Iraq
UN extends Darfur peace mission
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Israel
Israel probes 'detainee shooting'
Brown demands end to Israel settlements
Hamas arrests rocket squad
Five die in Gaza City explosion
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Hamas arrests rocket squad
Five die in Gaza City explosion
Egypt
African call for Zimbabwe unity
Mugabe aide tells West: 'Go hang'
Arab nations 'agree Sudan action'
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Lebanon
Militants get heroes' welcome home
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Israel and Hezbollah set for swap
Six die in fighting
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Palestine
Brown demands end to Israel settlements
Hamas arrests rocket squad
Five die in Gaza City explosion
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Hamas arrests rocket squad
Five die in Gaza City explosion
Gulf
UAE to cancel all of Iraq's $7B debt
Hope of deal in world trade talks
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USA
Pentagon: Uranium shipped from Iraq
U.S. eyes short-term deal with Iraq
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U.S. eyes short-term deal with Iraq
Obama vows to end US role in Iraq
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Jul.1   Egypt
  Egypt  
  African leaders have called for a government of national unity, where President Mugabe was re-elected unopposed last week
  Baghdad Deal to end contractors' immunity
 Saudi Arabia  Saudis rule out further crude increases Jul.2  London  UK ban for Hezbollah military arm Jul.4  Syria  Syria: Efforts to secure Iraq border Jul.5  Northern Syria  'Many killed' in jail riot Jul.6   Dubai   UAE to cancel all of Iraq's $7B debt
  Dubai has forgiven the nearly $7 billion Baghdad owes it, Iraqi Prime Minister al-Maliki announced
 Somalia  Gunmen kill U.N. official, wound 2 others Jul.7  Washington  Pentagon: Uranium shipped from Iraq Jul.8   Baghdad Iraq official: U.S. could be out by 2011 Jul.9   Darfur   Attack kills 7 U.N. peacekeepers  7 members of a joint United Nations-African Union peacekeeping patrol have been killed by a heavily armed militia group   UN UN fury at Darfur militia ambush  Yemen  Pirates release German cargo ship Jul.10  Gaza  Hamas arrests rocket squad Jul.11   Sudan     Sudanese president may be charged
  Sudanese ambassador to the United Nations: President Omar Hassan al-Bashir may be charged with genocide
Jul.12   Sudan Sudan calls meeting over genocide charge   Paris Sarkozy welcomes Assad   Paris     Syria, Lebanon to open embassies
  At a joint news conference, Sarkozy affirmed that the establishment of embassies in Beirut and Damascus was in the works
  Somalia Gunmen targeting aid workers  Darfur  AU warning over Darfur 'charges'  Darfur  China 'is fuelling war in Darfur' Jul.14   Sudan     President charged with genocide
  The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has filed charges against Omar Hassan al-Bashir for a campaign of violence in Darfur
 Luis Moreno-Ocampo told judges at The Hague that al-Bashir bore criminal responsibility for alleged atrocities committed over the past fiv5e years. The 3-judge panel must now decide whether there are reasonable grounds for an arrest warrant
  Sudan   Sudan angered by genocide claims  The government has responded angrily after an international prosecutor accused President Omar al-Bashir of genocide in Darfur   Washington U.S. eyes short-term deal with Iraq Jul.15   Global   Rights group fears Sudanese backlash  Human rights activists said Tuesday they feared a move by the International Criminal Court could provoke a violent backlash   Iraq Bombers kill Iraq army recruits   Hezbollah   Israel and Hezbollah set for swap  Israel and the Lebanese militant group are preparing to hand over prisoners in an exchange UN-mediated deal   USA Obama vows to end US role in Iraq Jul.16   Beirut     Militants get heroes' welcome home  5 Lebanese militants, including a convicted murderer, received heroes' welcomes as they returned from Israel as part of a prisoner swap   Darfur U.N. peacekeeper slain   Egypt Train hits cars on track, killing 40 Jul.17   Baghdad Iraqi PM announces diplomatic push   Sudan Iraq border refugees better off in Sudan Jul.19   Baghdad   Sunni bloc rejoins Iraqi cabinet  6 ministers from the Accordance Front has rejoined the Shia-led government, in an important step for national reconciliation   Iraq   Suicide claim over UK hostage  In the video obtained by the Sunday Times: One of the five British hostages held captive by militants in Iraq has killed himself   Egypt Arab nations 'agree Sudan action' Jul.20   Israel   Israel probes 'detainee shooting'  Israel has launched an inquiry after a human rights group released footage that appears to show a soldier shoot a Palestinian detainee   West Bank Brown demands end to Israel settlements   Northern Iraq Killing of governor's kin raises questions Jul.21   Baghdad Barack Obama meets Iraqi PM Jul.22   London UK troops to start Iraq withdrawal by 2009 Jul.23   Sudan President not be cowed by his indictment Jul.24   Baghdad   Iraq banned from Summer Olympics  The International Olympic Committee has banned Iraq because of what it says is political interference by the government in sports   Iraq   Gays terrorized by threats, rape, murder  Since the fall of Saddam, the situation for gays and lesbians in Iraq has deteriorated   Libya Libya 'halts Swiss oil shipments'   Iraq   100 female U.S. troops have died in Iraq  The death of an Air Force technical sergeant brought a somber milestone Jul.25   Gaza     Five die in Gaza City explosion  A powerful explosion inside a car travelling past a beach in the Strip has killed four Hamas militants and a young girl   Qatar   Hope of deal in world trade talks   Delegates from the EU, US, Brazil and Australia said signs were encouraging although others were more cautious Jul.26   Northern Lebanon   Six die in fighting   6 people killed and 52 wounded in battles between pro- and anti-government forces. After Lebanese soldiers arrived, the city quieted down Jul.27   Yemen Al Qaeda claims responsibility for attack   Darfur Darfur force 'failing civilians' Jul.28   Baghdad   4 suicide bombers kill scores in Iraq  Female bombers and a gunman killed at least 70 people and wounded almost 300 others during a string of attacks in central Baghdad and Kirkuk Jul.29   Iraq   Iraq cleared to compete in Olympics  Iraq will be allowed to compete in Games in China after agreeing to restore its independent national Olympic panel   Jerusalem Palestinian boy killed during protest   Gaza Huge blast at Hamas training base Jul.30   Darfur   Support for Darfur mission urged  The international community has been accused of failing to provide basic equipment vital to the peacekeeping mission in thr region Jul.31   UN Security Council   UN extends Darfur peace mission  The Council has renewed the mandate for peacekeepers in Sudan's region for another year after resolving last-minute differences   Washington Citing security gains, Bush cuts Iraq tours   Washington Rice upbeat despite battle in Mideast