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06-07 Blair won by landslide London
2. 06-12 Bush begins Europe trip Spain
3. 06-14 Bush met European leaders Sweden
4. 06-16 Bush meets Putin Slovenia
F. 06-17 Ex-king party wins elections Bulgaria
G. 06-30 Trimble has quit Northern Ireland

Summary.     Click for More > Blair names new cabinet Capriati win French Open Kuerten won French Open France wins Confederations Cup   Bush begins Europe trip  Bush is meeting Spanish Prime Minister. There is also criticism over his refusal to back the Kyoto protocol Assembly approves EU treaty Bush met European leaders Bush visits Poland   Bush meets Putin  U.S. President hails new era in relations with Russia. Bush invited Putin to his ranch in Crawford, Texas Ex-king party wins elections  National Movement of Simeon II had 45% of vote. Ruling United Democratic Forces had 19%, communists 16% Belfast riots Sharon met Blair Anger at parade move Court rules U.S. broke rights laws Court backs Kopp extradition Missiles thrown at march Airport strike Racial violence Trimble has quit  Ulster Unionist Party chief resigned as leader of the Catholic-Protestant government Milosevic on suicide watch
Race riots break out again Blair battled voter apathy   Blair won by landslide
Jun.5   Northern England
Jun.6   England
Jun.7   London
  Opposition Conservatives are facing a disappointing result
Jun.8   England
Jun.9   Paris
Jun.10   Paris
  Japan
Jun.12   Spain
Jun.13   Paris
Jun.14   Sweden
Jun.15   Poland
Jun.16   Slovenia
Jun.17   Bulgaria
Jun.20   Northern Ireland
Jun.25   England
Jun.26   Northern Ireland
Jun.27   England
Jun.28   France
Jun.30   Northern Ireland
  Spain
  England
  Northern Ireland
  Serbia



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Europe
Blair fears landslide predictions
Blair battled voter apathy
Blair won by landslide
Blair names new cabinet
Hardline wins elections
Protest over Bush visit
EU summit ends on high
Bush begins Europe trip
Bush arrives in Belgium
Assembly approves EU treaty
Bush met European leaders
Irish protest over abortion boat
Bishop on trial over abuse case
Abortion ship arrives in Ireland
Bush visits Poland
Bush meets Putin
Ex-king party wins elections
Trimble has quit
Kuerten challenged
Safin lost to Santoro
Kuerten won over Russell
Agassi beat Squillari
Hooligans banned from Greece
Capriati conquers Serena
England, Greece 2-0
Kuerten crushes Ferrero
Capriati win French Open
Kuerten won French Open
England loses to Pakistan by 2 runs
Fiorentina won Italian Cup
England crashes by Australia
AS Roma takes Italian crown
Davenport down Rubin in 53 min.
Victory marred by crowd trouble
Race riots break out again
Hooligans banned from Greece
Rwandan nuns guilty of war crimes
Bishop on trial over abuse case
3 shot in EU summit riots
Belfast riots
Minister facing Elf claims
Riots spread
Bin Laden associate arrested
Kuerten challenged
Safin lost to Santoro
Kuerten won over Russell
Agassi beat Squillari
Capriati conquers Serena
Kuerten crushes Ferrero
Capriati win French Open
Kuerten won French Open
Davenport down Rubin in 53 min.
United Kingdom
Blair fears landslide predictions
Blair battled voter apathy
Blair won by landslide
Blair names new cabinet
Hardline wins elections
Trimble has quit
Hooligans banned from Greece
England loses to Pakistan by 2 runs
England crashes by Australia
Davenport down Rubin in 53 min.
Victory marred by crowd trouble
Race riots break out again
Hooligans banned from Greece
Belfast riots
Riots spread
Davenport down Rubin in 53 min.
England
Blair fears landslide predictions
Blair battled voter apathy
Blair won by landslide
Blair names new cabinet
Hooligans banned from Greece
England loses to Pakistan by 2 runs
England crashes by Australia
Davenport down Rubin in 53 min.
Victory marred by crowd trouble
Race riots break out again
Hooligans banned from Greece
Davenport down Rubin in 53 min.
France
Assembly approves EU treaty
Bishop on trial over abuse case
France forbids human cloning
Kuerten challenged
Safin lost to Santoro
Kuerten won over Russell
Agassi beat Squillari
Capriati win French Open
Kuerten won French Open
Bishop on trial over abuse case
Kuerten challenged
Safin lost to Santoro
Kuerten won over Russell
Agassi beat Squillari
Capriati win French Open
Kuerten won French Open
Northern Ireland
Hardline wins elections
Trimble reelected as Unionists leader
Trimble has quit
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Belfast riots
Riots spread
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Balkans
Bush meets Putin
Ex-king party wins elections
England, Greece 2-0
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Spain
Protest over Bush visit
Bush begins Europe trip
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Minister facing Elf claims
Bin Laden associate arrested
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Sweden
EU summit ends on high
Bush met European leaders
3 shot in EU summit riots
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3 shot in EU summit riots
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Paris
Assembly approves EU treaty
Capriati win French Open
Kuerten won French Open
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Capriati win French Open
Kuerten won French Open

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Blair fears landslide predictions Mass grave dig ends Race riots break out again  Several hundred youths in a Bangladeshi neighbourhood in Leeds clashed with police   Blair battled voter apathy  Prime Minister pleaded not to let talk of a Labour landslide deter from voting   Blair won by landslide


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Jun.1  France  Kuerten challenged
Jun.2  France  Safin lost to Santoro
Jun.3  France  Kuerten won over Russell
  England
Jun.4  France  Agassi beat Squillari
  Poland
Jun.5  England  Hooligans banned from Greece
  Northern England  
 France  Capriati conquers Serena
Jun.6   England  
 Greece  England, Greece 2-0
Jun.7   London  
  Opposition Conservatives are facing a disappointing result
  Belgium Rwandan nuns guilty of war crimes
Jun.8   England     Blair names new cabinet  UK Prime Minister replaced R. Cook as his Foreign Secretary with Jack Straw, moved Blunkett to the Home Office   Northern Ireland Hardline wins elections  France  Kuerten crushes Ferrero Jun.9   Paris   Capriati win French Open  Capriati beat Clijsters 1-6, 6-4, 12-10. She will receive $560,000   Macedonia Solana urges peace   England New case of foot-and-mouth Jun.10   Paris   Kuerten won French Open  Kuerten beat Corretja 6-7 (3), 7-5, 6-2, 6-0. Kuerten won his third French Open title   Japan   France wins Confederations Cup  France beat Japan 1-0. France held World Cup and European Championship   Madrid Protest over Bush visit Jun.11   Sweden EU summit ends on high   Netherlands Floating abortion clinic Jun.12   Spain     Bush begins Europe trip
  Bush is meeting Spanish Prime Minister. There is also criticism over his refusal to back the Kyoto protocol
  Belgium Bush arrives in Belgium  England  England loses to Pakistan by 2 runs   Romania Toddler rescued from well Jun.13   Paris   Assembly approves EU treaty  National Assembly, France's lower house of parliament, has supported an EU enlargement treaty  Italy  Fiorentina won Italian Cup Jun.14   Ireland Irish protest over abortion boat   France Bishop on trial over abuse case   Sweden     Bush met European leaders  Thousands of demonstrators hurled bottles in a protest against globalisation  England  England crashes by Australia   Ireland Abortion ship arrives in Ireland Jun.15   Poland     Bush visits Poland  U.S. President calls for united Europe. U.S. would support Poland's entry into NATO and European Union   Sweden 3 shot in EU summit riots Jun.16   Slovenia     Bush meets Putin
  U.S. President hails new era in relations with Russia. Bush invited Putin to his ranch in Crawford, Texas
  Sweden EU reassures would-be members Jun.17  Rome  AS Roma takes Italian crown   Bulgaria   Ex-king party wins elections
  National Movement of Simeon II had 45% of vote. Ruling United Democratic Forces had 19%, communists 16%
Jun.20   France WWI mass grave   England Doctor Death inquiry opens   Northern Ireland   Belfast riots  Police firing plastic bullets and had to call in troops to quell both the Protestants and Catholics   Spain Minister facing Elf claims Jun.21   France France forbids human cloning   European Union U.S. use of execution criticised Jun.22   Northern Ireland Riots spread  England  Davenport down Rubin in 53 min.   Spain Bin Laden associate arrested Jun.23   Northern Ireland Trimble reelected as Unionists leader  England  Victory marred by crowd trouble Jun.24  Germany  Schumacher: Lord of the Ring Jun.25  London  Wimbledon: 1st round   England     Sharon met Blair  Sharon called for an end to violence before peace negotiations could continue  London  Wimbledon: Hingis out early   Iraq U.S., British strike air defenses Jun.26  London  Venus won over Asagoe   Northern Ireland   Anger at parade move  The loyalist Whiterock Parade had been banned from marching close to a nationalist area in the city Jun.27   England   Court rules U.S. broke rights laws  The world court rules that German-born brothers who were executed for murder the international legal rights were ignored Jun.28   France   Court backs Kopp extradition  The panel has recommended the extradition to the U.S. as long as James Charles Kopp will not face the death penalty Jun.29   London Ivanisevic broke Roddick. 41 aces Jun.30   Northern Ireland   Missiles thrown at march  Thousands watched the Protestant Orange Order parade   London Davenport beat Schnyder   Spain   Airport strike  Coach drivers in the Balearic islands rejected a possible deal   England   Racial violence  The home of a Asian family was fire-bombed. 2 shops and 2 cars were set ablaze   Northern Ireland   Trimble has quit
  Ulster Unionist Party chief resigned as leader of the Catholic-Protestant government
  Serbia     Milosevic on suicide watch  Former Yugoslav president in his prision cell in The Hague is under round-the-clock observation