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C. 2017-05-20 China crippled CIA by killing US sources China
D. 2017-02-05 7% of Australian Catholic priests allegedly abused children Australia
E. 2017-01-17 Obama commutes Chelsea Manning sentence Washington
5. 2016-06-28 Toyota recalls half million US cars over faulty airbags USA
6. 2015-07-02 BP to pay 12bn for Gulf oil spill USA
H. 2015-04-24 Italian police round up terror suspects in failed Vatican plot Sardinia, Southern Italy
I. 2015-02-26 Identity of ISIS terrorist known as 'Jihadi John' revealed London
9. 2014-09-04 BP found 'grossly negligent' in 2010 Gulf oil spill New Orleans

China crippled CIA by killing US sources  Up to 20 CIA informants were killed or imprisoned by the Chinese government between 2010 and 2012, the New York Times reports 7% of Australian Catholic priests allegedly abused children  An inquiry examining institutional sex abuse has heard 7% of the nation's Catholic priests allegedly abused children between 1950 and 2010   Obama commutes Chelsea Manning sentence  Washington: President Barack Obama has commuted Chelsea Manning's sentence for leaking documents to Wikileaks in 2010 Toyota recalls half million US cars over faulty airbags. USA BP to pay 12bn for Gulf oil spill. USA Italian police round up terror suspects in failed Vatican plot. Southern Italy   Identity of ISIS terrorist known as 'Jihadi John' revealed   London: The man's real name is Mohammed Emwazi, a west London man who had been detained by counterterror officials in Britain at least once, in 2010 BP found 'grossly negligent' in 2010 Gulf oil spill. New Orleans Two Koreas hold family reunions Map of Mount Kumgang North Korea   North Korea: More than 100 South Koreans have arrived in North Korea for reunions with their relatives - the first such events since 2010 2014 World Cup draw: Host Brazil plays Croatia in opening. Northeastern Brazil French hostages freed in Niger  Four French hostages kidnapped in Niger in 2010 have been released, France's President Hollande has announced Obama: 'No excuse' for health glitches. Washington Ex-Halliburton manager pleads guilty. New Orleans U.N. sued for 'bringing cholera to Haiti'   Halliburton to plead guilty on spill  Houston: US company Halliburton will plead guilty to destroying evidence relating to the 2010 Gulf Of Mexico oil spill London suspect arrested in Kenya in 2010   One of the suspects in the Woolwich murder case was arrested in Kenya in 2010, the Foreign Office has confirmed Somalia famine 'killed 260,000'  Nearly 260,000 people died during the famine that hit Somalia from 2010 to 2012. Half of them were children under the age of five Gulf spill: BP to get record criminal fine. Washington Isaac threatens to bring more destruction to Haiti Rudisha wins Olympic 800 meters in record time. London Murders down in Mexico's Juarez. North Mexico US poverty rises to record high   Washington: The number of Americans living in poverty rose to 46.2 million in 2010, nearly 1 in 6 people, according to the Census Bureau's annual report Juarez: 49 officers dead in less than year. North Mexico 'Vampire rabies' killed man in US  Louisiana: A migrant farm worker from Mexico who died in 2010 was the first human ever to die in the US of rabies transmitted by vampire bat China inflation at 34-month high
  New York: Eight killed by man driving truck Map of West Street Manhattan New York City New York USA


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  Manhattan: 29-year-old Sayfullo Saipov, an immigrant from Uzbekistan, who came to the US in 2010, was shot by a police officer and arrested
 A note was found in the truck that referred to so-called Islamic State. The suspect - who had settled in Florida - was taken to hospital
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Feb.6  Contador loses drug case


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  Consumer prices rose by 5.5% in May, compared with the same month in 2010, despite the government efforts to rein in rising prices

May.1  
  Jerusalem: Anti-Semitic incidents worldwide dropped sharply in 2010 from their peak in 2009, according to an annual report issued by an Israeli university
Apr.27   New census shows China is ageing  China's census shows its population grew to 1.34 billion people by 2010, with a sharp rise in those over 60 Mar.27   Executions falling, says Amnesty
  Global: 23 countries carried out executions in 2010, four more than in 200, an annual report by Amnesty International has said
Mar.10 China posts shock trade deficit
  Beijing: China has reported a surprise trade deficit for the first time since March 2010. Shipments grew at a weaker-than-expected 2.4% in February
Feb.20   Gulf spill 'devastated sea life'
  BP Oil Spill: The 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill 'devastated' life on and near the seafloor, a marine scientist has said
Jan.31 US spending 'best in three years'. Washington Jan.19 China's economy grew 10.3% in 2010. Beijing

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Dec.22 Heathrow boss gives up bonus over delay
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  London: The chief executive of British airport operator BAA says he will not be taking his bonus for 2010 following the travel chaos caused by heavy snow
Dec.9   U.S. Speaker to attend Nobel ceremony
  House of Representatives: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will attend the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in Oslo as part of the official delegation
Oct.26   Norway at top of prosperity index
  Norway leads the 2010 list ranking the prosperity of 110 of the world's nations by the London analytical center Legatum Institute
Oct.25   Nobel laureates call for release of Xiaobo
  China: A group of Nobel laureates sent a letter to the leaders of the G-20, calling for the release of 2010 Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo
Oct.14   Commonwealth Games close on a high
  New Delhi: India's hosting of the 2010 Games ended on a high note as badminton player Saina Nehwal won a dramatic final gold of the 11-day competition
Oct.8     Liu wins Nobel Peace Prize
   Norway: The 2010 prize was awarded to Liu Xiaobo, a leading Chinese dissident who is serving a prison term after calling for human rights and democratization
 China said the award could damage ties with Norway, and summoned the country's ambassador in Beijing in protest
Sep.29 Tour winner in positive dope test   Spain: Cyclist Alberto Contador, winner of the 2010 Tour de France, has said he has tested positive for a banned substance Sep.10   Economic forecast gloomy says IMF
  Global: Growth in the global economy is likely to slow towards the end of 2010, the International Monetary Fund is warning
Sep.1   Year's US death toll in Afghanistan highest
  In only eight months, 2010 has become the deadliest year for U.S. troops in Afghanistan. 321 troops have died so far in 2010
Jul.12     Forlan named World Cup's best player
   South Africa: Uruguay striker Diego Forlan has won the FIFA Golden Ball award for the top player of the 2010 World Cup
Jul.11   Webber triumphs at British GP Map of Silverstone United Kingdom
  England: The Australian dominated the race from start to finish to record his third victory of the 2010 season finishing 1.360 seconds ahead of Hamilton
Jun.11     South Africa ties Mexico in Cup opener  Johannesburg: Hosts opened the 2010 World Cup with a 1-1 draw with Mexico as the world's greatest sporting spectacle arrived on the African continent for the... Apr.30   Shanghai rolls out record world's expo  Up to $58 billion has been pumped into the local economy in preparations for Expo 2010, which runs from May 1 to October 31 Apr.19 Toyota recalls Lexus GX 460 SUVs. Japan Apr.14 Toyota suspends sales of Lexus worldwide
  Japan: Toyota has suspended sales of its 2010 Lexus GX 460 after a US consumer magazine warning and said it would test all of its other SUV models
Feb.27 U.S. guaranteed record Olympics haul
  Vancouver: Bode Miller failed in his bid for an unprecedented medal haul but the United States will finish the 2010 Winter Olympics with a record total
Feb.20 Ammann wins fourth ski jump gold. Vancouver Feb.13 Ski-jumper wins first gold
  Vancouver: Switzerland's Simon Ammann claimed the first gold medal of the 2010 Winter Olympics when he won the opening men's ski-jumping event
Feb.12   Olympic opening clouded by death
  Vancouver: The opening ceremony for the 2010 Winter Olympics began on a somber note as members of the delegation from Georgia mourned the loss
Feb.8 UN supports Olympic Truce
  The United Nations declared its support Monday for the traditional Olympic Truce ahead of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games
Feb.4 US to probe Toyota Prius brake problems. Washington Jan.1   World gives hearty welcome to 2010
  Global: At least 1 million people marked the passing of another year at the iconic ball drop in New York's Times Square


year 2009 Top ^

Nov.18     Uruguay qualified for World Cup
  Uruguay qualified for the 2010 Cup with a 1-1 draw with Costa Rica in Montevideo
Nov.12 British Airways, Iberia close to merger. London Nov.8 Iraq MPs approve election reform  Baghdad: The parliament has approved a crucial election law ahead of national polls due in January 2010 Oct.28     U.S. to pay Taliban to switch sides
  Washington: Obama signed a $680 billion defense appropriations bill, which will pay for military operations in the 2010 fiscal year
Sep.27   Fans warned of fake World Cup tickets
   South Africa: FIFA is warning soccer fans to beware of fraudulent online sales for the 2010 Cup as it works with international agencies to address the problem
Sep.6     Ghana reach World Cup
  Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien scored one of the goals as Ghana defeated Sudan 2-0 in to become the first African qualifiers for the 2010 finals
Jul.30   Muralitharan reveals retirement plans
  Sri Lanka: 37-year-old Spin legend Muttiah Muralitharan plans to retire from Test cricket after the November 2010 series against West Indies
Jul.15 Agreement ends World Cup strikes. South Africa Jun.18 F1 teams to run rival championship
  England: 8 of Formula 1 major teams said they are now planning to set up a rival championship for the 2010 season
    North Korea qualifies for 2010 World Cup
   Saudi Arabia: North Korea qualified for the cup finals for the first time since 1966 by battling to a 0-0 draw away to Saudi Arabia
Mar.12 China expects 2010 world recovery. Beijing Feb.26     Obama to pull troops from Iraq in 2010
  Washington: President Obama is planning to pull all combat troops out of Iraq by August 2010, which falls short of his campaign promise.    Between 35,000 to 50,000 troops will remain in Iraq. They would be withdrawn gradually until all U.S. forc...
Obama unveils his $3.6tn budget. Washington Feb.24 US recession 'may last into 2010'
  U.S. Congress: Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke has warned Congress that without the right policies from the government, the recession could last into 2010
Feb.20 SA World Cup tickets go on sale
   South Africa: Around 3m tickets for the 2010 Fifa Cup have gone on sale as Africa prepares to host the contest for the first time
Jan.19 Eurozone economy 'to shrink 1.9%'. European Union Jan.14 India razes slums, leaves poor homeless. New Delhi

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Dec.24   Plotters vow elections in 2010
   Guinea: Military officers behind a coup pledged to hold elections within two years after claiming they had seized control of the country
Dec.18 Japan forecasts no growth in 2009 Dec.14   Australia sets new climate target
  Australia will start a carbon trading scheme by the middle of 2010, despite appeals from the business community for a delay
Nov.23 Apec upbeat over global downturn. Peru Aug.31   NASA 'reviews shuttle shelf-life'
  USA: NASA will study whether the space shuttle can operate beyond its planned retirement in 2010
Aug.7 U.S. troops may leave by 2011
  Baghdad: Iraqi officials: Iraq and the U.S. are close to reaching a deal under which U.S. combat troops would leave by December 2010 and the rest by 2011 Jun.16 Brazil humbled by 10-man Paraguay
  Ten-man Paraguay shocked Brazil 2-0 and remained atop the South American standings in 2010 World Cup qualifying
Mar.6   UN warns on food price inflation
  The head of the UN World Food Program has warned that the rise in basic food costs could continue until 2010
Feb.9   Burmese junta sets voting dates   Myanmar: Burma will hold a constitutional referendum in May and general elections in 2010. The opposition NLD called the announcement 'vague'

year 2006 Top ^

Dec.14     Mugabe moves to extend his rule
   Zimbabwe: Robert Mugabe has backed a plan to extend his presidency by 2 years until 2010


year 2004 Top ^

May.15 South Africa gets 2010 World Cup

year 2003 Top ^

Nov.13   New Delhi wins Commonwealth vote
Map of Delhi India
  New Delhi won 46 votes to Canadian rivals Hamilton's 22 in a secret ballot for the 2010 Commonwealth Games
Jul.2 2010 Winter Games given to Vancouver
   Czech Republic: The International Olympic Committee selected Vancouver over bids from Salzburg, Austria, and Pyeongchang, South Korea


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