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Mexico City airport plan dropped  Church bells summoned townspeople for a celebration after the plans scrapped to build new airport on their land Bus crash kills 35 pilgrims
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Hurricane Alma forms off Mexico Top drug gang launches bloody offensive Farmers take more hostages  A group of farmers, angered by the government's appropriation of land for a new airport, took 4 more hostages Farmers soften talk of hostage threats Hostages freed in airport dispute  Farmers fighting government plans to build a new airport on their land freed 15 hostages at the end of a 4-day standoff   Pope canonized first Indian saint
Development summit called for aid to poor countries Bush ties aid to reforms UN summit ends with cash pledge


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  Leaders from 60 countries agreed on a plan to combat poverty and a partnership between rich and poor countries


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  John Paul II is using the ceremony to urge to help Indians as 1 million believers cheered and wept in the streets


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  The 1976-model passenger bus whose brakes failed crashed into a toll booth. Bus smashed to pieces
Aug.14     Fox cancels trip to protest execution  Mexican President canceled a trip to Texas in protest at the U.S. state's execution of a Mexican national Aug.16   Dam breaks kill 14  17 others were missing after one dam broke and another overflowed Aug.30     Fox says he may have set hopes too high  President he is telling Mexicans that building a democracy takes time   24 cases of dengue   Health officials were spraying mosquito breeding grounds to keeping the painful disease away from Mexico City

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Sep.6   Finance leaders discuss fighting terrorism  Finance ministers are looking to jump-start economy while expanding their fight to halt the flow of money used for terrorism Sep.21     Hurricane Isidore threatens Mexico  Hurricane is heading towards south-eastern Yucatan peninsula Sep.22   Photos of wealthy prompts outrage  Ricas y Famosas, an art book portraying wealthy Mexicans rolling in riches, has the intellectuals sputtering in outrage     Isidore makes landfall
  Hurricane pounded the region with heavy rains and high winds. Isidore moved inland across the tip of the Yucatan Sep.25   Latin singer Thalia's sisters kidnapped  The family of an internationally known singer and actress is holding talks with a gang that kidnapped her two sisters Sep.26   $1 million for return Thalia's sisters  Friend: Kidnappers want $1 million for the safe release of Laura Zapata and Ernestina Sodi

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Oct.11   Kidnappers release one of Thalia's sisters  Laura Zapata, sister of actress and performer Thalia, has been released after being held for 18 days by kidnappers Oct.25     Category 5 Kenna roars toward Mexico  Soldiers and civil authorities evacuated thousands of people and closed schools as Pacific coast braced for hurricane Oct.26   United call for N. Korea to scrap nukes
  U.S., Japan and South Korea call on North Korea to dismantle its nuclear weapons program
    Hurricane Kenna slams Mexico  Hurricane roared to shore north of resort city Puerto Vallarta unleashing a wall of water that ravaged a seafront Oct.27     APEC toughens anti-terror stance
  The 21 members of the Asian Pacific economic summit have agreed to protect transport, finance and information systems

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Dec.21   Trevi returns
  Pop singer has arrived home from Brazil to face sex abuse charges Dec.31   New Year fireworks blast kills 28
  Explosion occured in a street market full of fireworks stalls and sparked a blaze that spread to nearby buildings





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United call for N. Korea to scrap nukes




Mexico, 2002 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
2002
Oct.26
  U.S., Japan and South Korea call on North Korea to dismantle its nuclear weapons program




Mexico, 2002 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2002 May.30 Hurricane Alma forms off Mexico Aug.6 Bus crash kills 35 pilgrims
  The 1976-model passenger bus whose brakes failed crashed into a toll booth. Bus smashed to pieces
Aug.16 Dam breaks kill 14  17 others were missing after one dam broke and another overflowed Aug.30 24 cases of dengue   Health officials were spraying mosquito breeding grounds to keeping the painful disease away from Mexico City Sep.21   Hurricane Isidore threatens Mexico  Hurricane is heading towards south-eastern Yucatan peninsula Sep.22   Isidore makes landfall  Hurricane pounded the region with heavy rains and high winds. Isidore moved inland across the tip of the Yucatan Oct.25   Category 5 Kenna roars toward Mexico  Soldiers and civil authorities evacuated thousands of people and closed schools as Pacific coast braced for hurricane Oct.26   Hurricane Kenna slams Mexico  Hurricane roared to shore north of resort city Puerto Vallarta unleashing a wall of water that ravaged a seafront Dec.31 New Year fireworks blast kills 28
  Explosion occured in a street market full of fireworks stalls and sparked a blaze that spread to nearby buildings




Mexico, 2002 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2002 Aug.2 Mexico City airport plan dropped  Church bells summoned townspeople for a celebration after the plans scrapped to build new airport on their land Sep.6 Finance leaders discuss fighting terrorism  Finance ministers are looking to jump-start economy while expanding their fight to halt the flow of money used for terrorism



Mexico, 2002 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2002 Jun.11 Top drug gang launches bloody offensive Jul.13 Farmers take more hostages  A group of farmers, angered by the government's appropriation of land for a new airport, took 4 more hostages Jul.14 Farmers soften talk of hostage threats Jul.15 Hostages freed in airport dispute  Farmers fighting government plans to build a new airport on their land freed 15 hostages at the end of a 4-day standoff Aug.14   Fox cancels trip to protest execution  Mexican President canceled a trip to Texas in protest at the U.S. state's execution of a Mexican national Sep.25 Latin singer Thalia's sisters kidnapped  The family of an internationally known singer and actress is holding talks with a gang that kidnapped her two sisters Sep.26 $1 million for return Thalia's sisters  Friend: Kidnappers want $1 million for the safe release of Laura Zapata and Ernestina Sodi Oct.11 Kidnappers release one of Thalia's sisters  Laura Zapata, sister of actress and performer Thalia, has been released after being held for 18 days by kidnappers Dec.21 Trevi returns  Pop singer has arrived home from Brazil to face sex abuse charges



Mexico, 2002 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2002 Mar.21 Development summit called for aid to poor countries
Mar.22 Bush ties aid to reforms Mar.22 UN summit ends with cash pledge
  Leaders from 60 countries agreed on a plan to combat poverty and a partnership between rich and poor countries
Jul.31   Pope canonized first Indian saint
  John Paul II is using the ceremony to urge to help Indians as 1 million believers cheered and wept in the streets
Aug.14   Fox cancels trip to protest execution  Mexican President canceled a trip to Texas in protest at the U.S. state's execution of a Mexican national Aug.30   Fox says he may have set hopes too high  President he is telling Mexicans that building a democracy takes time Sep.22 Photos of wealthy prompts outrage  Ricas y Famosas, an art book portraying wealthy Mexicans rolling in riches, has the intellectuals sputtering in outrage Oct.26 United call for N. Korea to scrap nukes
  U.S., Japan and South Korea call on North Korea to dismantle its nuclear weapons program
Oct.27   APEC toughens anti-terror stance  The 21 members of the Asian Pacific economic summit have agreed to protect transport, finance and information systems