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1. 10-03 Island migrants sent back Italy
C. 10-08 Hostage Bigley killed Iraq
3. 10-18 Church wants gay bishop apology London
4. 10-27 Barroso backs down over EU vote European Union
F. 10-27 British troops move toward Baghdad Southern Iraq
10-29 Ailing Arafat arrives in Paris Paris
7. 10-29 EU leaders sign new constitution Rome
8. 10-30 Questions swirl around Arafat's health Paris

Philosopher Jacques Derrida dies  Derrida was the founder of the school of deconstructionism. He died of cancer at the age of 74 Beckham stunner crowns win over Wales Liechtenstein stun Portuguese, 2-2 Italy are shocked by Cesar header Schumi won record 13th race in season  The world champion stormed away to an unchallenged victory at the Japanese Grand Prix EU lifts sanctions against Libya Beckham apology for foul UK troops 'set for US Iraq role' Els claims record Match Play win Church wants gay bishop apology  The Anglican Church has urged US church leaders to apologise for ordaining Gene Robinson, a gay priest, as bishop Spanish TV airs Madrid bomb video Jubilant Owen hits first Real goal British GP doomed says Ecclestone Blair: More Iraq violence likely Hoon confirms Iraq troop movement  The defence secretary: Hundreds of British soldiers will be redeployed in central Iraq in response to a US request Harry tussle: 'Apology to Charles' MU end Arsenal's 49-game unbeaten run  Nistelrooy and Rooney each scored to give Manchester United a win that ended unbeaten League run Crunch vote for new EU Commission  Members of the European Parliament are preparing for a vote on whether to approve a controversial new Commission Barroso backs down over EU vote
  Brown: Blair heart treatment 'went well'  Chancellor Brown: The procedure to correct irregular heartbeat had gone 'very successfully' ETA leaders arrested Champion Els leapfrogs Tiger Woods Island migrants sent back  The facilities were swamped by hundreds of new arrivals. 3 planeloads were sent back to Libya UN seeks access to migrants Parmalat auditors to stand trial Canadian sub adrift after fire EU paves way for Turkey to join  The European Commission has recommended opening talks on the admission - but Ankara must meet stiff conditions   Rescue ship reaches Canadian sub  The first rescue ship has reached a stricken submarine which has been drifting without power Woods marries his Swedish fiancee   Sailor dies after sub rescue  One of 3 sailors injured in a fire that disabled a Canadian submarine has died France disputes Iraq bribe claims Aragones apologizes for Henry jibe Paris embassy bomb blast hurts 10 Hostage Bigley killed


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Oct.1   England  
Oct.3   France
  Ireland
  Italy  
Oct.4   Rome
Oct.5   Italy
  Scotland
Oct.6   European Union  
  Ireland  
  Barbados
  Ireland  
Oct.7   France
  France
  France
Oct.8   Iraq  
  A video appears to show UK hostage being killed has been released by militants
Oct.9   France  
  England
  Liechtenstein
  Slovenia
Oct.10   Japan  
Oct.11   European Union
Oct.13   England
Oct.15   England
Oct.17   England
Oct.18   London  
Oct.19   Madrid
  Spain
Oct.20   England
  England
Oct.21   England  
Oct.22   England
Oct.24   London  
Oct.26   European Union  
Oct.27   European Union  
  The incoming president withdrew his proposed line-up of commissioners
  Southern Iraq   British troops move toward Baghdad
  some 800 Black Watch troops have begun their deployment from their base
  Iraq   Abducted aid worker seen in video  Margaret Hassan again pleaded for her life in a videotape that aired on the network Al-Jazeera Oct.28   Jordan   10 die in tourist crash  At least 10 people, 8 of them British tourists, have been killed in a bus accident. Another 24 were injured   West Bank     Arafat to get treatment in France  Palestinian leader headed for a Paris hospital for additional tests, aide says   Rome EU leaders to sign constitution Oct.29   Paris     Ailing Arafat arrives in Paris
  A helicopter carrying Palestinian leader landed after leaving his West Bank compound for the first time in 3 years
  Rome     EU leaders sign new constitution
  Heads of state sign the text in the same room where the Treaty of Rome was signed in 1957
  London Chelsea ditch Mutu over drugs test   Italy   Buttiglione pulled from EU team  Prime Minister Berlusconi has said he will replace his controversial nominee to the European Commission Oct.30   England   Oldest British royal dies at 102   Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester, aunt of Queen Elizabeth II, has died quietly in her sleep at Kensington Palace   Paris     Questions swirl around Arafat's health  The PLO said Palestinian leader was getting better as he underwent medical examination at a Paris hospital   France     Arafat's illness not fatal - aide  Palestinian leader's medical tests show that he is not suffering from any life-threatening condition Oct.31   Sweden Johansson shocks top seed Agassi



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Brown: Blair heart treatment 'went well'
Island migrants sent back
UN seeks access to migrants
France disputes Iraq bribe claims
Philosopher Jacques Derrida dies
Church wants gay bishop apology
Blair: More Iraq violence likely
Harry tussle: 'Apology to Charles'
EU leaders to sign constitution
Ailing Arafat arrives in Paris
EU leaders sign new constitution
Questions swirl around Arafat's health
Champion Els leapfrogs Tiger Woods
Aragones apologizes for Henry jibe
Beckham stunner crowns win over Wales
Italy are shocked by Cesar header
Beckham apology for foul
Els claims record Match Play win
Jubilant Owen hits first Real goal
British GP doomed says Ecclestone
MU end Arsenal's 49-game unbeaten run
Chelsea ditch Mutu over drugs test
ETA leaders arrested
Parmalat auditors to stand trial
France disputes Iraq bribe claims
Paris embassy bomb blast hurts 10
Spanish TV airs Madrid bomb video
Canadian sub adrift after fire
Rescue ship reaches Canadian sub
Sailor dies after sub rescue
Aragones apologizes for Henry jibe
Beckham stunner crowns win over Wales
Italy are shocked by Cesar header
Beckham apology for foul
Jubilant Owen hits first Real goal
MU end Arsenal's 49-game unbeaten run
Chelsea ditch Mutu over drugs test
United Kingdom
Brown: Blair heart treatment 'went well'
Church wants gay bishop apology
Blair: More Iraq violence likely
Harry tussle: 'Apology to Charles'
Beckham stunner crowns win over Wales
Beckham apology for foul
Els claims record Match Play win
British GP doomed says Ecclestone
MU end Arsenal's 49-game unbeaten run
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Canadian sub adrift after fire
Beckham stunner crowns win over Wales
Beckham apology for foul
MU end Arsenal's 49-game unbeaten run
Chelsea ditch Mutu over drugs test
France
France disputes Iraq bribe claims
Philosopher Jacques Derrida dies
Ailing Arafat arrives in Paris
Questions swirl around Arafat's health
Aragones apologizes for Henry jibe
ETA leaders arrested
France disputes Iraq bribe claims
Paris embassy bomb blast hurts 10
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Aragones apologizes for Henry jibe
Italy
Island migrants sent back
UN seeks access to migrants
EU leaders to sign constitution
EU leaders sign new constitution
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Parmalat auditors to stand trial
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Ireland Your ad is here
Champion Els leapfrogs Tiger Woods
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Rescue ship reaches Canadian sub
Sailor dies after sub rescue
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Hostage Bigley killed
Abducted aid worker seen in video
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London
Church wants gay bishop apology
MU end Arsenal's 49-game unbeaten run
Chelsea ditch Mutu over drugs test
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MU end Arsenal's 49-game unbeaten run
Chelsea ditch Mutu over drugs test
Rome
UN seeks access to migrants
EU leaders sign new constitution
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