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1. 07-02 Dutch knock Brazil out of World Cup Port Elizabeth, South Africa
C. 07-03 Serena powers to fourth Wimbledon title London
3. 07-03 Germans blow Argentina away 4-0 Cape Town
4. 07-03 Spain wins over Paraguay Johannesburg
F. 07-04 Nadal regains Wimbledon crown Wimbledon, London
07-04 Komorowski leads Polish presidential poll Poland
7. 07-06 Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final Cape Town
I. 07-06 Queen Elizabeth praises U.N. efforts UN
J. 07-06 UK troops 'to move out of Sangin' Sangin, Helmand

Summary.     Click for More >   BP says oil has stopped leaking  BP says it has temporarily stopped oil flowing into the Gulf of Mexico from its leaking well, the first time the flow has stopped since an e... Grenoble rioters shoot at police Lockerbie bomber release 'not BP's fault' Europe's big banks pass stress tests  Officials led by the European Central Bank tested 91 banks, and most of banks passed stress tests aimed at shoring up confidence in the econ... Festival stampede kills 19   At least 17 people have been killed at the Love Parade electronic music festival in the German city of Duisburg after panic sparked a stampe... Contador claims third Tour de France title Number of dead at music festival rises BP ousts CEO Hayward Catalonia bans bullfighting Woman buried 8 babies Dutch troops to leave Afghanistan
Serena powers to fourth Wimbledon title Germans blow Argentina away 4-0 Spain wins over Paraguay Nadal regains Wimbledon crown Komorowski leads Polish presidential poll Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final Queen Elizabeth praises U.N. efforts UK troops 'to move out of Sangin' Spain reached the World Cup final   U.S., Russia swap spies Map of Vienna Austria  The United States and Russia completed a spy swap Friday, exchanging the agents on chartered planes at an airport in Vienna Gunman Raoul Moat kills himself   Spain win World Cup in extra time
Jul.3   London
  Cape Town
  Johannesburg
Jul.4   London
  Poland
Jul.6   Cape Town
  UN
  Helmand
Jul.7   South Africa
Jul.9   Austria
  Northern England
Jul.11   Johannesburg
  Andres Iniesta scores with four minutes left in extra time to give Spain their first World Cup with a 1-0 victory over the Netherlands.    Nelson Mandela is in the crowd. A game littered with 13 yellow cards and one red is settled by a moment of magic. Spain: Iker Casillas (capt); Sergio Ramos, Carles ...
Jul.15   Louisiana
Jul.17   Southern France
Jul.20   Washington
Jul.23   European Union
Jul.24   Ruhr
Jul.25   Paris
  Ruhr
Jul.27   United Kingdom
Jul.28   Barcelona
Jul.29   France
Jul.31   Southern Afghanistan



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Europe
Tour de France dope test 'flawed'
Injured Henin ruled out of U.S. Open
Nadal thrashes Murray
Berdych victorious over Djokovic
Serena powers to fourth Wimbledon title
Cancellara wins Tour de France prologue
Nadal regains Wimbledon crown
Petacchi claims Tour's first stage
Oosthuizen seals runaway win
Entire France soccer squad suspended
Contador claims third Tour de France title
Ferrari fined $100,000 but result stands
Polls open in presidential election run-off
Komorowski leads Polish presidential poll
Rivals even in presidential poll
Britain pulls Hezbollah post by ambassador
Cameron agrees Lockerbie meeting
Court rules Kosovo independence legal
Catalonia bans bullfighting
Thousands mourn Love Parade victims
Firm guilty of 'exporting toxic waste'
BP boss Hayward 'negotiates exit'
BP boss set for 600,000 pension
BP set to announce record loss
BP ousts CEO Hayward
Military plane crash kills at least 11
Festival stampede kills 19
Number of dead at music festival rises
Thousands mourn Love Parade victims
Building collapse in Italy kills 3
United Kingdom
Injured Henin ruled out of U.S. Open
Nadal thrashes Murray
Serena powers to fourth Wimbledon title
Nadal regains Wimbledon crown
Oosthuizen seals runaway win
Britain pulls Hezbollah post by ambassador
Cameron agrees Lockerbie meeting
BP boss Hayward 'negotiates exit'
BP boss set for 600,000 pension
BP set to announce record loss
BP ousts CEO Hayward
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England
Injured Henin ruled out of U.S. Open
Nadal thrashes Murray
Serena powers to fourth Wimbledon title
Nadal regains Wimbledon crown
Britain pulls Hezbollah post by ambassador
Cameron agrees Lockerbie meeting
BP boss set for 600,000 pension
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London
Injured Henin ruled out of U.S. Open
Nadal thrashes Murray
Serena powers to fourth Wimbledon title
Nadal regains Wimbledon crown
Britain pulls Hezbollah post by ambassador
Cameron agrees Lockerbie meeting
BP boss set for 600,000 pension
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France
Tour de France dope test 'flawed'
Cavendish wins Tour Stage 5
Entire France soccer squad suspended
Contador claims third Tour de France title
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South Africa
Dutch knock Brazil out of World Cup
Germans blow Argentina away 4-0
Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final
Spain reached the World Cup final
Spain win World Cup in extra time
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Queen Elizabeth praises U.N. efforts
Lockerbie bomber release 'not BP's fault'
BP says oil has stopped leaking
Capped well not leaking, BP says
BP says oil has stopped leaking
Capped well not leaking, BP says
Netherlands
Cancellara wins Tour de France prologue
Court rules Kosovo independence legal
Firm guilty of 'exporting toxic waste'
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Lockerbie bomber release 'not BP's fault'
BP says oil has stopped leaking
Capped well not leaking, BP says
BP says oil has stopped leaking
Capped well not leaking, BP says
Poland Your ad is here
Komorowski leads Polish presidential poll
Rivals even in presidential poll
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Thousands mourn Love Parade victims
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Festival stampede kills 19
Number of dead at music festival rises

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Dutch knock Brazil out of World Cup Nadal thrashes Murray   Serena powers to fourth Wimbledon title  Williams has successfully defended her title beating Russian Vera Zvonareva 6-3 6-2 in a one-sided ladies singles final at the All England C...   Germans blow Argentina away 4-0  Three-time champions marched into the semifinals of the World Cup after destroying Diego Maradona's highly-rated Argentina side   Spain wins over Paraguay  David Villa put the European champions into the semifinals for the first time with a hard-fought 1-0 victory as both teams missed a penalty   Nadal regains Wimbledon crown   Rafael Nadal overpowered Tomas Berdych in straight sets 6-3 7-5 6-4 to claim his second Wimbledon men's singles crown Rivals even in presidential poll Komorowski leads Polish presidential poll  Bronislaw Komorowski, acting president and the governing party candidate, has regained the advantage in a close presidential election   Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final  The Netherlands reached their third World Cup final with a 3-2 win over Uruguay in a dramatic semifinal   Queen Elizabeth praises U.N. efforts  Britain's Queen addressed the United Nations for the first time in more than 50 years, saying she has witnessed a change, much of it for the... UK troops 'to move out of Sangin'   British troops in Afghanistan are to hand over responsibility for the Sangin area of Helmand province to US forces   Spain reached the World Cup final Map of Durban South Africa  A second-half header from Carles Puyol secured a narrow victory over Germany after an intriguing match US and Russian 'spy exchange' under way   U.S., Russia swap spies Map of Vienna Austria


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Jul.1  London  Injured Henin ruled out of U.S. Open
 Paris  Tour de France dope test 'flawed'
Jul.2   South Africa
  London
 London  Berdych victorious over Djokovic
Jul.3   London  
  Cape Town  
  Johannesburg  
 Netherlands  Cancellara wins Tour de France prologue
 Poland  Polls open in presidential election run-off
Jul.4   London  
 Belgium  Petacchi claims Tour's first stage
  Poland
  Poland  
Jul.5  Romania  Military plane crash kills at least 11
Jul.6   Cape Town  
  UN  
  Helmand  
Jul.7   South Africa  
Jul.8  France  Cavendish wins Tour Stage 5
  Austria
Jul.9   Austria  
  The United States and Russia completed a spy swap Friday, exchanging the agents on chartered planes at an airport in Vienna
 The plane carrying 10 Russian agents, who were expelled from the United States for intelligence gathering, landed at Moscow's Domodedovo Airport. A US jet which picked up 4 Russians freed by the Kremlin has landed in Washington. It dropped two of them off in the UK en route
 London  Britain pulls Hezbollah post by ambassador   Northern England   Gunman Raoul Moat kills himself   37-year-old fugitive has killed himself after a six-hour stand-off with armed officers after a week-long manhunt Jul.10   England $1M Roman treasure unearthed  France  France stun holders Spain in Davis Cup  European Union  Rosetta probe passes space rock   South Africa Germany third at World Cup over Uruguay Jul.11  Northern Ireland  Roadside bomb explodes   Johannesburg     Spain win World Cup in extra time
  Andres Iniesta scores with four minutes left in extra time to give Spain their first World Cup with a 1-0 victory over the Netherlands
 Nelson Mandela is in the crowd. A game littered with 13 yellow cards and one red is settled by a moment of magic. Spain: Iker Casillas (capt); Sergio Ramos, Carles Puyol, Gerard Pique, Joan Capdevila; Sergio Busquets, Xabi Alonso; Andres Iniesta, Xavi, Pedro; David Villa Coach: Vicente Del Bosque (ESP) Referee: Howard Webb (ENG)
 England  Webber triumphs at British GP Jul.12   Cuba Seven freed dissidents leave for Spain
 Paris  Sarkozy rejects donation claims Jul.14  New York  Red Bulls sign Henry Jul.15  Northern Ireland  Arrests made after 4th night of unrest   Louisiana     BP says oil has stopped leaking
  BP says it has temporarily stopped oil flowing into the Gulf of Mexico from its leaking well, the first time the flow has stopped since an explosion.    The well has been sealed with a cap as part of a test that could la...
Jul.16   Louisiana Capped well not leaking, BP says
Jul.17   Southern France   Grenoble rioters shoot at police   Rioters have fired shots and burned cars after police shot dead a man accused of robbing a local casino  Southern France  Vinokourov wins stage; Schleck still leads  Southern France  Order pledge after Grenoble riots  West Bank  EU committed to Palestinian statehood  London  Burka ban would be 'un-British'  Scotland  Oosthuizen holds four-shot lead Jul.18  Barcelona  Girl, 15, dies in amusement park accident   Scotland Oosthuizen seals runaway win Jul.19  Southern France  Contador seizes yellow jersey  Chicago  Conrad Black is granted bail  London  Airbus, Boeing battle for airshow sales  Austria  Gel cuts HIV transmission rate in study   London Cameron agrees Lockerbie meeting Jul.20  Paris  Soccer stars quizzed over prostitution ring   Washington     Lockerbie bomber release 'not BP's fault'  UK Prime Minister David Cameron has insisted BP should not be blamed for the 'completely wrong' decision to release the bomber Jul.21   Northern England Scientists discover monster star  U.S. Senate  BP boss invited to Lockerbie hearing Jul.22   Netherlands Court rules Kosovo independence legal   Guantanamo Spain, Latvia take Guantanamo detainees  Southern France  Schleck and Contador cross line together   USA BP 'buying silence' over oil leak   European Union Europe banks set for stress tests Jul.23   European Union   Europe's big banks pass stress tests
  Officials led by the European Central Bank tested 91 banks, and most of banks passed stress tests aimed at shoring up confidence in the economy.    Seven banks have failed stress tests designed ...
  Netherlands Firm guilty of 'exporting toxic waste'
  France Entire France soccer squad suspended Jul.24   Ruhr   Festival stampede kills 19 Map of Duisburg Germany
  At least 17 people have been killed at the Love Parade electronic music festival in the German city of Duisburg after panic sparked a stampede.    The revellers panicked at a tunnel entrance. About 100 people were also injured. Pol...
 Southern France  Contador extends Tour lead   Libya BP set to begin Libyan drilling Jul.25   Paris   Contador claims third Tour de France title  Alberto Contador was crowned champion for the third time as Mark Cavendish won the final stage of cycling's premier event   Ruhr   Number of dead at music festival rises   The organizer of a music festival announced Sunday that the Love Parade has been disbanded after more than 19 people were killed in a stampe...   United Kingdom BP boss Hayward 'negotiates exit'   Italy Ferrari fined $100,000 but result stands  Paris  Armstrong team honors cancer survivors Jul.26   London BP boss set for 600,000 pension   Romania Israeli helicopter crashes in Romania   United Kingdom BP set to announce record loss Jul.27   United Kingdom     BP ousts CEO Hayward  Tony Hayward will step down amid ongoing outrage over the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and will be replaced by American Robert Dudley   Southern India Cameron begins Indian trade drive Jul.28   Barcelona   Catalonia bans bullfighting   Catalonia is the first Spanish mainland region to ban bullfighting after its parliament voted to outlaw the tradition on animal cruelty grou...   Greece Drivers told to end strike Jul.29   France   Woman buried 8 babies Map of Douai France  French prosecutors charged a woman with murder after she admitted giving birth to and smothering eight babies over a 17-year period Jul.31   Ruhr Thousands mourn Love Parade victims   Southern Italy Building collapse in Italy kills 3   Southern Afghanistan   Dutch troops to leave Afghanistan Map of Uruzgan Afghanistan  The Netherlands is ending its military involvement in Afghanistan, after 4 years in which its 1,950 troops have won praise for their effectiveness