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1. 03-09 EU agrees renewable energy target European Union
C. 03-10 Kidnapping in Iraq aimed at Germans Iraq
3. 03-14 New fears rekindle global sell-off European Union
E. 03-14 Taliban hostage makes video appeal Afghanistan
F. 03-19 Cricket mourns death of Woolmer Pakistan
6. 03-21 EU to vote on 'open skies' deal European Union
H. 03-22 Three held over 7 July bombings Manchester, Northern England
03-23 Iran seizes 15 British sailors Persian Gulf, Iran
J. 03-25 EU leaders call for rapid reforms Berlin

Summary.     Click for More > Iran accuses Britain over sailors Iran: UK sailors 'admit' to illegal entry EU leaders call for rapid reforms Power deal marks 'new era'   Major Protestant and Catholic parties have hailed a deal to form a government as a 'new era of politics' UK, Iraq raise pressure on Iran Blair warns Iran of 'different phase' Iran: Inquiry first, access second British captives shown on Iranian TV   The female British sailor detained by Iran in the Persian Gulf said her crew 'trespassed' in Iranian waters Iran offers UK access to sailors Iran: UK sailors entered 6 times UN voices 'concern' on UK sailors Video shows detainee 'apology' Navy captives 'face legal action' Beckett: Britain, Iran discussing sailors
EU agrees renewable energy target   The EU leaders have agreed to adopt a binding target on the use of renewable energy, such as wind and solar power Kidnapping in Iraq aimed at Germans New fears rekindle global sell-off Taliban hostage makes video appeal Center Party wins narrow election victory Cricket mourns death of Woolmer EU to vote on 'open skies' deal   Transport ministers are due to vote on an aviation deal with the US aimed at boosting earnings in the industry Three held over 7 July bombings Iran seizes 15 British sailors Map of Persian Gulf Iran
Mar.9   European Union
Mar.10   Iraq
Mar.14   European Union
  Afghanistan
Mar.18   Finland
Mar.19   Pakistan
Mar.21   European Union
Mar.22   Northern England
Mar.23   Iran
  The naval patrol seized sailors who had boarded a vessel suspected of smuggling cars off the coast of Iraq.    The Royal Marines and naval officers were have been apprehended by up to 6 ships from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy. The British government demanded the safe ret...
  Iran
Mar.24   Iran
Mar.25   Berlin
Mar.26   Northern Ireland
  United Kingdom
Mar.27   London
  Iran
Mar.28   Iran
  Iran
Mar.29   Iran
  UN Security Council
Mar.30   Iran
Mar.31   Iran
  London



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Europe
Vote counting to begin
Greek Cypriots dismantle barrier
Leaders hold final Kosovo talks
Madrid rally over ETA man release
Chirac will not seek fresh term
Towering tribute marks bombs
Climate bill set to be unveiled
Center Party wins narrow election victory
EU leaders call for rapid reforms
Power deal marks 'new era'
UK, Iraq raise pressure on Iran
Blair warns Iran of 'different phase'
Beckett: Britain, Iran discussing sailors
Holders Barca out despite victory
Makaay floors Real in record time
England shock France at Twickenham
Olympics budget rises to 9.3bn
Last minute try hands France crown
Hosp is women's World Cup champion
Brawl halts team sports
Captive speaks of Taleban horror
Three held over 7 July bombings
Brawl halts team sports
Friendly fire death ruled unlawful
Middle East
Iran accuses Britain over sailors
Iran: UK sailors 'admit' to illegal entry
Iran: Inquiry first, access second
Iran offers UK access to sailors
Iran: UK sailors entered 6 times
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Kidnapping in Iraq aimed at Germans
European hostages freed
Iran seizes 15 British sailors
Iran accuses Britain over sailors
Iran: Inquiry first, access second
Iran offers UK access to sailors
Video shows detainee 'apology'
United Kingdom
Climate bill set to be unveiled
Power deal marks 'new era'
UK, Iraq raise pressure on Iran
Blair warns Iran of 'different phase'
Beckett: Britain, Iran discussing sailors
Holders Barca out despite victory
England shock France at Twickenham
Olympics budget rises to 9.3bn
Three held over 7 July bombings
Friendly fire death ruled unlawful
Iran
Iran accuses Britain over sailors
Iran: UK sailors 'admit' to illegal entry
Iran: Inquiry first, access second
Iran offers UK access to sailors
Iran: UK sailors entered 6 times
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Iran seizes 15 British sailors
Iran accuses Britain over sailors
Iran: Inquiry first, access second
Iran offers UK access to sailors
Video shows detainee 'apology'
England
Climate bill set to be unveiled
Blair warns Iran of 'different phase'
Beckett: Britain, Iran discussing sailors
Holders Barca out despite victory
England shock France at Twickenham
Olympics budget rises to 9.3bn
Three held over 7 July bombings
Friendly fire death ruled unlawful
London
Climate bill set to be unveiled
Blair warns Iran of 'different phase'
Beckett: Britain, Iran discussing sailors
England shock France at Twickenham
Olympics budget rises to 9.3bn
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Friendly fire death ruled unlawful
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Cricket mourns death of Woolmer
Taliban hostage makes video appeal
Italian freed in Taliban swap deal
France
Chirac will not seek fresh term
Chirac backs Sarkozy in poll race
Last minute try hands France crown
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North America
U.S. blasts Italy's hostage exchange
UN voices 'concern' on UK sailors
Nadal beats Djokovic to lift title
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Germany
EU birthday to mark 'new phase'
EU leaders call for rapid reforms
Makaay floors Real in record time
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Mar.6   Ethiopia
 Northern England  Holders Barca out despite victory
Mar.7  Munich  Makaay floors Real in record time
 Northern Ireland  Vote counting to begin
Mar.8   European Union
 Cyprus  Greek Cypriots dismantle barrier
Mar.9   European Union  
  The EU leaders have agreed to adopt a binding target on the use of renewable energy, such as wind and solar power
 India  Fight mars Hurley's wedding Mar.10  Austria  Leaders hold final Kosovo talks  Madrid  Madrid rally over ETA man release   Iraq   Kidnapping in Iraq aimed at Germans  Militants holding a woman and her son hostage demanded that Germany withdraw its troops from Afghanistan Mar.11   Spain Towering tribute marks bombs
  Paris Chirac will not seek fresh term  London  England shock France at Twickenham Mar.12   London Climate bill set to be unveiled Mar.13   Eritrea European hostages freed   Poland Pole who saved WWII Jews honoured Mar.14   European Union   New fears rekindle global sell-off   Concerns over a weak housing market in the United States are coupled with worries about growth in the U.S. economy   Afghanistan   Taliban hostage makes video appeal  An Italian reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo kidnapped in Afghanistan appealed to Italy's government to secure his release Mar.15  London  Olympics budget rises to 9.3bn   Hungary Police, extremists clash Mar.16   London Friendly fire death ruled unlawful Mar.17   Paris Last minute try hands France crown Mar.18   Switzerland Hosp is women's World Cup champion   Melbourne Raikkonen clinches opening victory   Rio de Janeiro Wanted Italian seized  Southern California  Nadal beats Djokovic to lift title   Finland   Center Party wins narrow election victory  The governing party won parliamentary election, but the main opposition Conservatives made strong gains Mar.19   Pakistan   Cricket mourns death of Woolmer  Tributes have poured in for coach and ex-England Test player Bob Woolmer   Italy Captive speaks of Taleban horror Mar.21   Paris Chirac backs Sarkozy in poll race   Belgium Belgians in anti-racism weddings   European Union   EU to vote on 'open skies' deal
  Transport ministers are due to vote on an aviation deal with the US aimed at boosting earnings in the industry
  Helmand Italian freed in Taliban swap deal Mar.22   Congo Blast hits Spanish embassy   Northern England   Three held over 7 July bombings Map of Manchester United Kingdom  2 men, aged 23 and 30, were arrested at Manchester Airport. A 3rd man was arrested at a house in Leeds   Washington U.S. blasts Italy's hostage exchange Mar.23   Iran     Iran seizes 15 British sailors Map of Persian Gulf Iran
  The naval patrol seized sailors who had boarded a vessel suspected of smuggling cars off the coast of Iraq
 The Royal Marines and naval officers were have been apprehended by up to 6 ships from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy. The British government demanded the safe return of its troops and summoned Tehran's ambassador to explain the incident. Iran had asked Britain's ambassador to explain why the personnel had crossed into Iranian territory
  Iran     Iran accuses Britain over sailors   Iranian government: 15 navy personnel captured at gunpoint by Iranian forces had sailed into Iran's waters illegally   Berlin EU birthday to mark 'new phase' Mar.24   Iran     Iran: UK sailors 'admit' to illegal entry   Iran says the 15 British sailors and marines seized by Iran in the Gulf have confessed to trespassing into Iranian territory  Tel Aviv  England held by Israel Mar.25   Berlin   EU leaders call for rapid reforms   The 'Berlin Declaration' is calling for some of the reforms proposed in the bloc's constitution to be carried out by 2009   London Blair: Seizure of troops 'very serious' Mar.26   Northern Ireland   Power deal marks 'new era'
  Major Protestant and Catholic parties have hailed a deal to form a government as a 'new era of politics'
 The arch-rivals Ian Paisley and Gerry Adams have agreed a power-sharing deal at historic talks to form a joint executive on 8 May to run the province. Paisley is expected to be first minister, while Martin McGuinness of Sinn Fein would be deputy first minister
  United Kingdom     UK, Iraq raise pressure on Iran  Iran is under increased pressure to release 15 British sailors and marines seized in what Tehran insists were its territorial waters Mar.27   London     Blair warns Iran of 'different phase'  Prime Minister has said his country is prepared to move to a 'different phase' if negotiations fail to free 15 sailors being held by Iran   Iran   Iran: Inquiry first, access second  Britain will be allowed to make contact with 15 sailors as soon as a preliminary investigation has been completed   Rome Prodi backed in key Afghan vote
  London UK ready to produce Iran evidence Mar.28   Iran Iran 'to release UK sailor soon'   Iran   British captives shown on Iranian TV Map of Persian Gulf Iran
  The female British sailor detained by Iran in the Persian Gulf said her crew 'trespassed' in Iranian waters.    Leading Seaman Turney, 26, said they had been seized in the Gulf because 'obviously we trespassed' i...
  Iran   Iran offers UK access to sailors  Iran has offered to let UK officials visit the 15 Navy personnel who were captured in the Gulf Mar.29   Iran   Iran: UK sailors entered 6 times   Iran announced that the promised release of the woman sailor was suspended due to Britain's 'behavior'   Greece Ancient wreath returns   UN Security Council   UN voices 'concern' on UK sailors  The Security Council has agreed a statement voicing 'grave concern' at Iran's capture of 15 sailors Mar.30   Iran   Video shows detainee 'apology'   Iranian network aired a new video showing one of 15 British detainees apologizing to Iranians for 'entering your waters without permission'   Greece Brawl halts team sports   Washington US rejects Iran captives exchange Mar.31   Iran   Navy captives 'face legal action'   Legal action is being taken against 15 British personnel held captive by Iran for 'entering Iranian waters'   London   Beckett: Britain, Iran discussing sailors  British Foreign Secretary says Britain has written to Iran to seek a peaceful resolution to the standoff over 15 sailors and marines