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  Falun Gong sues ex-president Jiang  Members of the spiritual movement have filed a lawsuit against former Chinese President for human rights abuses Clijsters, Henin-Hardenne reach final  Henin-Hardenne won a pulsating night match against Jennifer Capriati. Clijsters had brushed aside Lindsay Davenport Henin-Hardenne takes US Open  Justine picked up her second Grand Slam title of the year with a rousing performance against Belgian compatriot Clijsters Footballer jailed at terror trial
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02-17 EU moves to heal Iraq divisions Belgium
D. 02-18 Belgium's 'biggest diamond heist' Belgium
4. 02-21 Henin-Hardenne, Seles advance to final Dubai
F. 05-18 PM wins, far-right gains Belgium
6. 06-05 Clijsters reached French Open final France
7. 06-07 Henin-Hardenne wins French Open Paris
8. 07-06 Clijsters and Sugiyama win doubles title London

Belgium's 'biggest diamond heist'  Thieves cleared out 123 vaults in the maximum-security cellars of Antwerp's Diamond Centre Henin-Hardenne, Seles advance to final  Tournament top seed Henin-Hardenne of Belgium was given a torrid time by Capriati but finally won 7-5, 4-6, 6-4 PM wins, far-right gains  Verhofstadt was set to form a new centre-left government after the Liberals and Socialists won a general election Clijsters reached French Open final  Kim Clijsters beat unseeded Nadia Petrova 7-5, 6-1 Henin-Hardenne wins French Open  Justine Henin-Hardenne won her first major title, beating Kim Clijsters 6-0, 6-4 in the first all-Belgian Grand Slam final   Clijsters and Sugiyama win doubles title  Belgian-Japanese duo picked up the Wimbledon women's doubles title, defeating Suarez and Ruano Pascual 6-4, 6-4 War crimes law scraped
Henin-Hardenne beating Davenport  Fifth seed ended her winless skid, beating the former world No. 1 7-5, 5-7, 9-7 in a classic EU summit hunts Iraq unity  France would oppose any effort to draft a new U.N. resolution authorizing force EU moves to heal Iraq divisions


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  Leaders have ended an emergency summit, saying force should only be used as a 'last resort'
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  A new government is repealing a law which gives the power to try cases no matter where they were committed


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  A Tunisian-born Nizar Trabelsi has been jailed for 10 years for plotting to attack a NATO base on behalf of al Qaeda


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Oct.17   EU Leaders End Low-Key Summit
  Berlusconi insisted that leaders had made progress on a new constitution and an economic growth initiative


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Dec.12   Tough battle dominates EU summit
  In the summit to agree a first constitution, leaders battled over their nations' voting rights     Berlusconi warns against bad deal  Italy's prime minister: It is better to have no deal on an EU constitution than to have a bad one Dec.13     European summit ends in failure
  Leaders have failed to reach agreement on a constitution after the talks broke down over the voting rights states
Dec.23   Clijsters and Hewitt plan to marry  World No. 2 has announced her engagement to Australian Lleyton Hewitt, a twice grand slam champion





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  A new government is repealing a law which gives the power to try cases no matter where they were committed




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2003 Jan.19 Henin-Hardenne beating Davenport  Fifth seed ended her winless skid, beating the former world No. 1 7-5, 5-7, 9-7 in a classic Feb.21 Henin-Hardenne, Seles advance to final  Tournament top seed Henin-Hardenne of Belgium was given a torrid time by Capriati but finally won 7-5, 4-6, 6-4 Jun.5 Clijsters reached French Open final  Kim Clijsters beat unseeded Nadia Petrova 7-5, 6-1 Jun.7 Henin-Hardenne wins French Open  Justine Henin-Hardenne won her first major title, beating Kim Clijsters 6-0, 6-4 in the first all-Belgian Grand Slam final Jul.6   Clijsters and Sugiyama win doubles title  Belgian-Japanese duo picked up the Wimbledon women's doubles title, defeating Suarez and Ruano Pascual 6-4, 6-4 Sep.5 Clijsters, Henin-Hardenne reach final  Henin-Hardenne won a pulsating night match against Jennifer Capriati. Clijsters had brushed aside Lindsay Davenport Sep.6 Henin-Hardenne takes US Open  Justine picked up her second Grand Slam title of the year with a rousing performance against Belgian compatriot Clijsters Sep.30 Footballer jailed at terror trial
  A Tunisian-born Nizar Trabelsi has been jailed for 10 years for plotting to attack a NATO base on behalf of al Qaeda
Dec.23 Clijsters and Hewitt plan to marry  World No. 2 has announced her engagement to Australian Lleyton Hewitt, a twice grand slam champion



Belgium, 2003 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2003 Feb.18 Belgium's 'biggest diamond heist'  Thieves cleared out 123 vaults in the maximum-security cellars of Antwerp's Diamond Centre Sep.30 Footballer jailed at terror trial
  A Tunisian-born Nizar Trabelsi has been jailed for 10 years for plotting to attack a NATO base on behalf of al Qaeda




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2003 Feb.17 EU summit hunts Iraq unity  France would oppose any effort to draft a new U.N. resolution authorizing force Feb.17 EU moves to heal Iraq divisions
  Leaders have ended an emergency summit, saying force should only be used as a 'last resort'
May.18 PM wins, far-right gains  Verhofstadt was set to form a new centre-left government after the Liberals and Socialists won a general election Jul.12 War crimes law scraped
  A new government is repealing a law which gives the power to try cases no matter where they were committed
Aug.20   Falun Gong sues ex-president Jiang  Members of the spiritual movement have filed a lawsuit against former Chinese President for human rights abuses Oct.17 EU Leaders End Low-Key Summit
  Berlusconi insisted that leaders had made progress on a new constitution and an economic growth initiative
Dec.12 Tough battle dominates EU summit  In the summit to agree a first constitution, leaders battled over their nations' voting rights Dec.12   Berlusconi warns against bad deal  Italy's prime minister: It is better to have no deal on an EU constitution than to have a bad one Dec.13   European summit ends in failure
  Leaders have failed to reach agreement on a constitution after the talks broke down over the voting rights states