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01-05 Suicide bombings kill 23 Tel Aviv
C. 01-07 Terror suspects, ricin seized London
3. 01-09 N. Korea pulls out of nuclear treaty North Korea
4. 01-16 U.N. finds empty warheads Iraq
5. 01-18 Anti-war protests sweep the world European Union
G. 01-28 Sharon wins election, calls for unity Jerusalem

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  Suicide bombings kill 23  2 nearly simultaneous suicide bombings rocked central Tel Aviv. Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades claimed responsibility Terror suspects, ricin seized N. Korea pulls out of nuclear treaty  North Korea will withdraw from the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, according to the official North Korean news agency U.N. finds empty warheads   Anti-war protests sweep the world  Mass rallies are taking place to show opposition to any war against Iraq Blix: Baghdad doesn't accept disarmament Sharon wins election, calls for unity
Jan.1  Solomon Islands  Cyclone Zoe wrecks islands
 USA  US orders more troops to Gulf
Jan.2  Washington  U.S. to host talks on N. Korea
Jan.3  South Korea  S Korea offers to mediate over North
 Venezuela  Two die in street clashes
Jan.5  Germany  ECB crash threat plane down safely
  Tel Aviv
Jan.6  Austria  Nuclear chief calls on N. Korea to comply
 Baghdad  No 'smoking gun' in Iraq
Jan.7   London
Jan.8  Jerusalem  Sharon rejects corruption charge
 Turkey  Plane crashes, 75 dead, 5 survivors
Jan.9  UN  Blix: Many unanswered questions on Iraq
  North Korea
Jan.10  Washington  U.S. orders 35,000 more troops to Gulf
Jan.11  North Korea  N. Korea 'may resume missile tests'
 Illinois  Governor clears Illinois death row
Jan.12  Austria  OPEC to raise daily oil output
 South Korea  U.S. 'ready to talk' with N. Korea
Jan.13  Togo  Truce ends hostilities
 UN  Blix demands evidence on Iraq
Jan.14  Northern England  Officer killed in ricin probe raid
Jan.15  Congo  U.N.: Rebels guilty of murder, cannibalism
Jan.16   Iraq
Jan.17  Baghdad  Saddam: 'New Mongols' face defeat
Jan.18   European Union
 Australia  State of emergency in capital
Jan.19  Philadelphia  Bucs ruining Eagles' home finale
 San Francisco Bay Area  Raiders past Titans 41-24 for AFC title
Jan.20  England  UK to send 26,000 troops to Gulf
Jan.21  Germany  Germany rules out Iraq war support
 Mexico  Strong quake shakes Mexico; 24 dead
Jan.23  France  France, Germany will prevent war in Iraq
 Switzerland  Davos: Economy, Iraq top agenda
Jan.24  South Korea  S. Korea to send envoy to Pyongyang
 Spain  Chemicals in terror find
Jan.25  Baghdad  Scientists refuse U.N. talks
 Gaza  12 Palestinians killed
 Melbourne  Agassi storms past Schuettler to 4th title
Jan.26  Israel  Rockets fired from Gaza hit Israel
 California  Bucs rout Raiders 48-21 for Super Bowl
Jan.27   UN
Jan.28   Jerusalem
 Washington  Bush made State of the Union address
Jan.29  New York  AOL TW Posts Loss of Nearly $100 Billion
Jan.30  Cambodia  Frightened Thais Flee After Night of Riots
Jan.31  Washington  Bush, Blair: Time running out for Saddam


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Location War & Army Politics Crime & Justice Disasters
USA
US orders more troops to Gulf
US will liberate Iraq, says Bush
U.S. orders 35,000 more troops to Gulf
U.S. to host talks on N. Korea
Bush warns Iraq 'faces reckoning'
Three-way talks held over North Korea
U.S. agrees to talk with North Korea
Bush made State of the Union address
Bush, Blair: Time running out for Saddam
Governor clears Illinois death row
Commuter plane crash kills 21
European Union
Nuclear chief calls on N. Korea to comply
Anti-war protests sweep the world
UK to send 26,000 troops to Gulf
Germany rules out Iraq war support
France, Germany will prevent war in Iraq
Lesbian 'has clone baby 2'
Right-winger Paksas wins elections
Anti-war protests sweep the world
ECB crash threat plane down safely
Terror suspects, ricin seized
French tip-off led to ricin 'lab'
Officer killed in ricin probe raid
Chemicals in terror find
Tanker strikes sunken vessel
Israel
Israeli forces kill 5 Palestinians
Israeli tanks enter refugee camps
12 Palestinians killed
Rockets fired from Gaza hit Israel
Israel restricts Palestinian travel
Sharon wins election, calls for unity
Suicide bombings kill 23
Sharon rejects corruption charge
Rockets fired from Gaza hit Israel
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Arab Countries
U.N. aerial searches stalled
Israeli forces kill 5 Palestinians
No 'smoking gun' in Iraq
U.N. finds empty warheads
12 Palestinians killed
Scientists refuse U.N. talks
Saddam: 'New Mongols' face defeat
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Korea
S Korea offers to mediate over North
N. Korea blames U.S. for nuclear standoff
N. Korea pulls out of nuclear treaty
N. Korea 'may resume missile tests'
Seoul to put deal on table
Sanctions 'would mean war'
U.S. 'ready to talk' with N. Korea
S. Korea to send envoy to Pyongyang
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Washington
U.S. orders 35,000 more troops to Gulf
U.S. to host talks on N. Korea
Bush warns Iraq 'faces reckoning'
Three-way talks held over North Korea
Bush made State of the Union address
Bush, Blair: Time running out for Saddam
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Iraq
U.N. aerial searches stalled
No 'smoking gun' in Iraq
U.N. finds empty warheads
Scientists refuse U.N. talks
Saddam: 'New Mongols' face defeat
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Cyclone Zoe wrecks islands
Aid ship heads for Solomons
State of emergency in capital
North Korea
N. Korea blames U.S. for nuclear standoff
N. Korea pulls out of nuclear treaty
N. Korea 'may resume missile tests'
Sanctions 'would mean war'
N Korea offers talks with Seoul
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Cyclone Zoe wrecks islands US orders more troops to Gulf U.S. to host talks on N. Korea S Korea offers to mediate over North Two die in street clashes ECB crash threat plane down safely  A man threatened to crash a light plane into the European Central Bank   Suicide bombings kill 23


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January 1 ... more > Top ^

Jan.1   Solomon Islands
 Brazil  New president Lula sworn in
 Iraq  U.N. aerial searches stalled
 West Bank  Israeli forces kill 5 Palestinians
 England  Tanker strikes sunken vessel
  USA


January 2 ... more > Top ^

Jan.2  Turkey  Turkey pushes for Cyprus deal
 Gaza  Israeli tanks enter refugee camps
  Washington
 Washington  Bush warns Iraq 'faces reckoning'
 Solomon Islands  Aid ship heads for Solomons


January 3 ... more > Top ^

Jan.3   South Korea
 Pakistan  Low turnout for anti-American protests
 North Korea  N. Korea blames U.S. for nuclear standoff
 Texas  US will liberate Iraq, says Bush
 Venezuela  Troops break up street clashes amid strike
  Venezuela
 South Korea  Seoul to put deal on table
 Arizona  Ohio State wins Fiesta Bowl


January 4 ... more > Top ^

Jan.4  Ivory Coast  I. Coast rebels in Paris talks vow
 Netherlands  Lesbian 'has clone baby 2'
 Solomon Islands  Pacific islanders survive fury of cyclone


January 5 ... more > Top ^

Jan.5   Germany  
 Moscow  Russians 'upbeat' on North Korean front
  Tel Aviv  
  2 nearly simultaneous suicide bombings rocked central Tel Aviv. Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades claimed responsibility
 Lithuania  Right-winger Paksas wins elections  Israel  Israel plans retaliation for blasts

January 6 ... more > Top ^

Jan.6   Austria Nuclear chief calls on N. Korea to comply  Jerusalem  Israel restricts Palestinian travel  Iraq  Inspectors are spying, says Saddam  Sydney  Australia wins Ashes series 4-1   Baghdad   No 'smoking gun' in Iraq  Director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency said that so far it has not found evidence  North Korea  Sanctions 'would mean war'  Washington  Three-way talks held over North Korea

January 7 ... more > Top ^

Jan.7   London   Terror suspects, ricin seized
  6 terror suspects are being questioned by police after traces of ricin were discovered at a London address
 Washington  Bush unveils tax cutting package  France  Chirac braces troops for Iraq war  Washington  U.S. agrees to talk with North Korea

January 8 ... more > Top ^

Jan.8   Jerusalem Sharon rejects corruption charge  France  French tip-off led to ricin 'lab'  Congo  Kabila murder: 26 death sentences  USA  Commuter plane crash kills 21   Turkey   Plane crashes, 75 dead, 5 survivors  A Turkish Airlines flight crashed on approach to the airport in southeastern Turkey during extremely foggy weather  St. Petersburg  Russian freeze traps ships  North Korea  N Korea offers talks with Seoul

January 9 ... more > Top ^

Jan.9   UN Blix: Many unanswered questions on Iraq
 Pakistan  Pakistan blasts Indian missile test  Turkey  Crash families' grim task   North Korea   N. Korea pulls out of nuclear treaty
  North Korea will withdraw from the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, according to the official North Korean news agency
 Peru  Plane with 46 people lost over jungle

January 10 ... more > Top ^

Jan.10  North Korea  N Korea blames US for treaty withdrawal  Jerusalem  Sharon speech blackout   Washington U.S. orders 35,000 more troops to Gulf

January 11 ... more > Top ^

Jan.11   North Korea N. Korea 'may resume missile tests'
  Illinois Governor clears Illinois death row  Philadelphia  Philadelphia 20, Atlanta 6  Pittsburgh  Tennessee 34, Pittsburgh 31 (OT)  North Korea  N. Korea blames U.S. for nuclear crisis  Gulf  U.S. doubles forces in Persian Gulf region

January 12 ... more > Top ^

Jan.12   Austria     OPEC to raise daily oil output  On February 1 OPEC will boost oil output target by 1.5 million barrels a day to 24.5 million barrels a day  Gaza  Gunships 'kill Palestinian youths'  San Francisco Bay Area  Raiders silenced Jets 30-10 in Playoffs  Florida  Bucs pasted the Niners 31-6 in Playoffs   South Korea U.S. 'ready to talk' with N. Korea


January 13 ... more > Top ^

Jan.13  England  Blair: Iraq war not inevitable  Zimbabwe  Harare denial on Mugabe retirement   Togo Truce ends hostilities
 Washington  Pyongyang must move first: U.S  Iraq  Inspectors 'need time'   UN Blix demands evidence on Iraq

January 14 ... more > Top ^

Jan.14  London  Palestinians defy London talks ban   Northern England   Officer killed in ricin probe raid  A police officer was stabbed to death and 4 others were wounded during a counterterrorism raid

January 15 ... more > Top ^

Jan.15  Iraq  Inspectors visit Saddam palace  NATO  US seeks NATO help on Iraq   Congo U.N.: Rebels guilty of murder, cannibalism
 Iraq  Russia sent envoy to Iraq  North Korea  N. Korea pours cold water on U.S. offer

January 16 ... more > Top ^

Jan.16  Moscow  Theatre siege trial opens  Iraq  Inspectors issue Iraq ultimatum  Beijing  N. Korea nuke crisis: No quick fix   Iraq   U.N. finds empty warheads
  One team discovered empty chemical warheads. Inspectors paid visit to the private homes of Iraqi scientists
 South Korea  S. Korea makes nuclear plea

January 17 ... more > Top ^

Jan.17   Baghdad Saddam: 'New Mongols' face defeat  European Union  Europe appeals for time on Iraq  Washington  White House: Iraqi warheads 'troubling'  Washington  Powell: 'a persuasive case' against Iraq

January 18 ... more > Top ^

Jan.18   European Union     Anti-war protests sweep the world
  Mass rallies are taking place to show opposition to any war against Iraq
  Australia State of emergency in capital  Iraq  UN to confront Iraq over documents  Australia  3 die in brush fires

January 19 ... more > Top ^

Jan.19  Iraq  Top inspectors report 'some progress'  Australia  Canberra fights its worst bushfires   Philadelphia Bucs ruining Eagles' home finale
  San Francisco Bay Area Raiders past Titans 41-24 for AFC title  UN  UN demand Iraqi action  Australia  Canberra sifts through rubble

January 20 ... more > Top ^

Jan.20   England UK to send 26,000 troops to Gulf
 Iraq  Iraq promises UN more co-operation  Western Canada  8 skiers killed in avalanche

January 21 ... more > Top ^

Jan.21  England  Blair: UK terror attack inevitable  South Korea  South pushes nukes issue at Korean talks  Kuwait  American shot to death   Germany Germany rules out Iraq war support
  Mexico   Strong quake shakes Mexico; 24 dead   A powerful and deadly earthquake with a 7.8 magnitude was felt more than 300 miles away in Mexico City

January 22 ... more > Top ^

Jan.22  France  France against Iraq war  NATO  Robertson to step down  Mexico  State of emergency for state of Colima

January 23 ... more > Top ^

Jan.23   France     France, Germany will prevent war in Iraq  Chancellor Schroeder said that he and President Chirac rejected the view that war was unavoidable  Turkey  Iraq urged to comply with U.N.   Switzerland   Davos: Economy, Iraq top agenda  Leaders at World Economic Forum are meeting amid heightened security and growing fears of war and economic retrenchment  USA  U.S. confident of support on Iraq  Melbourne  Williams sisters win doubles title  Ivory Coast  Deal sees coalition  South Korea  Koreas to peacefully resolve standoff

January 24 ... more > Top ^

Jan.24   South Korea S. Korea to send envoy to Pyongyang
 Zimbabwe  Cricket games to go ahead  Kenya  Minister dies in plane crash   Spain Chemicals in terror find  Washington  White House rejects lengthy inspections  Washington  US seeks last-minute support on Iraq  Melbourne  Serena completes Slam  North Korea  Nuclear work 'has begun'

January 25 ... more > Top ^

Jan.25   Baghdad Scientists refuse U.N. talks
 South Korea  S. Korea asks to delay emergency meeting  South Korea  Virus-like attack hits web traffic  London  30 hurt after Tube crash   Gaza   12 Palestinians killed   45 others wounded, according to Palestinian sources, as Israeli military operating in Gaza City   Melbourne Agassi storms past Schuettler to 4th title  Nepal  Police chief killed  USA  Computer worm blocks ATMs

January 26 ... more > Top ^

Jan.26   Israel Rockets fired from Gaza hit Israel
 Ivory Coast  Anti-French riots  South Korea  U.S. U-2 spy plane crashes   California   Bucs rout Raiders 48-21 for Super Bowl  The Tampa Bay defense is returning 3 of a 5 five interceptions for touchdowns  Turkey  Strong earthquake

January 27 ... more > Top ^

Jan.27   UN   Blix: Baghdad doesn't accept disarmament
  The U.N.'s chief weapons inspector and ElBaradei, in charge of nuclear-related inspections, presented their progress report
 Washington  U.S. be ready for war by mid-February  Washington  U.S. prepares to present evidence on Iraq

January 28 ... more > Top ^

Jan.28  Moscow  Russia adds to pressure on Iraq  Afghanistan  At least 18 rebels killed in firefight  Jerusalem  Sharon tipped to win poll   Jerusalem     Sharon wins election, calls for unity
  Prime Minister has hailed Likud Party's triumph as 'historic' and said he will seek to create a broad-based government
  Washington Bush made State of the Union address

January 29 ... more > Top ^

Jan.29   New York   AOL TW Posts Loss of Nearly $100 Billion  AOL Time Warner posted a 2002 the largest annual loss in U.S. corporate history. Turner, 64, was stepping down  Iraq  Iraq rejects al-Qaeda links  USA  Three dead after N.C. blast

January 30 ... more > Top ^

Jan.30   Cambodia Frightened Thais Flee After Night of Riots
 Sydney  At Least 7 Killed as Train Derails

January 31 ... more > Top ^

Jan.31   Washington     Bush, Blair: Time running out for Saddam  President and Prime Minister met to talk about Iraq  Washington  Bush Gives Diplomacy Weeks


US orders more troops to Gulf S Korea offers to mediate over North Nuclear chief calls on N. Korea to comply No 'smoking gun' in Iraq  Director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency said that so far it has not found evidence Blix: Many unanswered questions on Iraq N. Korea pulls out of nuclear treaty




World, January 2003 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
2003
Jan.1  Iraq  U.N. aerial searches stalled
Jan.1  West Bank  Israeli forces kill 5 Palestinians
Jan.1   USA
Jan.2  Gaza  Israeli tanks enter refugee camps
Jan.3   South Korea
Jan.3  North Korea  N. Korea blames U.S. for nuclear standoff
Jan.3  Texas  US will liberate Iraq, says Bush
Jan.3  Venezuela  Troops break up street clashes amid strike
Jan.4  Ivory Coast  I. Coast rebels in Paris talks vow
Jan.5  Israel  Israel plans retaliation for blasts
Jan.6   Austria
Jan.6  Iraq  Inspectors are spying, says Saddam
Jan.6   Baghdad
Jan.7  France  Chirac braces troops for Iraq war
Jan.9   UN
Jan.9   North Korea
  North Korea will withdraw from the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, according to the official North Korean news agency
Jan.10   Washington U.S. orders 35,000 more troops to Gulf
Jan.11   North Korea N. Korea 'may resume missile tests' Jan.11  Gulf  U.S. doubles forces in Persian Gulf region Jan.12  Gaza  Gunships 'kill Palestinian youths' Jan.13  England  Blair: Iraq war not inevitable Jan.13   Togo Truce ends hostilities Jan.13  Iraq  Inspectors 'need time' Jan.13   UN Blix demands evidence on Iraq Jan.15  Iraq  Inspectors visit Saddam palace Jan.15  NATO  US seeks NATO help on Iraq Jan.15   Congo U.N.: Rebels guilty of murder, cannibalism Jan.16  Iraq  Inspectors issue Iraq ultimatum Jan.16  Beijing  N. Korea nuke crisis: No quick fix Jan.16   Iraq U.N. finds empty warheads
  One team discovered empty chemical warheads. Inspectors paid visit to the private homes of Iraqi scientists
Jan.16  South Korea  S. Korea makes nuclear plea Jan.17  European Union  Europe appeals for time on Iraq Jan.17  Washington  White House: Iraqi warheads 'troubling' Jan.18   European Union   Anti-war protests sweep the world
  Mass rallies are taking place to show opposition to any war against Iraq
Jan.18  Iraq  UN to confront Iraq over documents Jan.19  Iraq  Top inspectors report 'some progress' Jan.20   England UK to send 26,000 troops to Gulf Jan.20  Iraq  Iraq promises UN more co-operation Jan.21   Germany Germany rules out Iraq war support Jan.22  France  France against Iraq war Jan.23   France   France, Germany will prevent war in Iraq  Chancellor Schroeder said that he and President Chirac rejected the view that war was unavoidable Jan.23  Turkey  Iraq urged to comply with U.N. Jan.24  Washington  White House rejects lengthy inspections Jan.24  Washington  US seeks last-minute support on Iraq Jan.24  North Korea  Nuclear work 'has begun' Jan.25   Baghdad Scientists refuse U.N. talks Jan.25   Gaza 12 Palestinians killed   45 others wounded, according to Palestinian sources, as Israeli military operating in Gaza City Jan.26   Israel Rockets fired from Gaza hit Israel Jan.26  South Korea  U.S. U-2 spy plane crashes Jan.27   UN Blix: Baghdad doesn't accept disarmament
  The U.N.'s chief weapons inspector and ElBaradei, in charge of nuclear-related inspections, presented their progress report
Jan.27  Washington  U.S. be ready for war by mid-February Jan.27  Washington  U.S. prepares to present evidence on Iraq Jan.28  Afghanistan  At least 18 rebels killed in firefight



World, January 2003 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2003 Jan.1   Solomon Islands Cyclone Zoe wrecks islands Jan.1  England  Tanker strikes sunken vessel Jan.2  Solomon Islands  Aid ship heads for Solomons Jan.4  Solomon Islands  Pacific islanders survive fury of cyclone Jan.8  USA  Commuter plane crash kills 21 Jan.8   Turkey Plane crashes, 75 dead, 5 survivors  A Turkish Airlines flight crashed on approach to the airport in southeastern Turkey during extremely foggy weather Jan.8  St. Petersburg  Russian freeze traps ships Jan.9  Turkey  Crash families' grim task Jan.9  Peru  Plane with 46 people lost over jungle Jan.18   Australia State of emergency in capital Jan.18  Australia  3 die in brush fires Jan.19  Australia  Canberra fights its worst bushfires Jan.19  Australia  Canberra sifts through rubble Jan.20  Western Canada  8 skiers killed in avalanche Jan.21   Mexico Strong quake shakes Mexico; 24 dead   A powerful and deadly earthquake with a 7.8 magnitude was felt more than 300 miles away in Mexico City Jan.22  Mexico  State of emergency for state of Colima Jan.24  Kenya  Minister dies in plane crash Jan.25  London  30 hurt after Tube crash Jan.26  South Korea  U.S. U-2 spy plane crashes Jan.26  Turkey  Strong earthquake Jan.29  USA  Three dead after N.C. blast Jan.30  Sydney  At Least 7 Killed as Train Derails



World, January 2003 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2003 Jan.7  Washington  Bush unveils tax cutting package Jan.12   Austria   OPEC to raise daily oil output  On February 1 OPEC will boost oil output target by 1.5 million barrels a day to 24.5 million barrels a day Jan.23   Switzerland Davos: Economy, Iraq top agenda  Leaders at World Economic Forum are meeting amid heightened security and growing fears of war and economic retrenchment Jan.25  South Korea  Virus-like attack hits web traffic Jan.25  USA  Computer worm blocks ATMs Jan.29   New York AOL TW Posts Loss of Nearly $100 Billion  AOL Time Warner posted a 2002 the largest annual loss in U.S. corporate history. Turner, 64, was stepping down



World, January 2003 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2003 Jan.3  Arizona  Ohio State wins Fiesta Bowl Jan.6  Sydney  Australia wins Ashes series 4-1 Jan.11  Philadelphia  Philadelphia 20, Atlanta 6 Jan.11  Pittsburgh  Tennessee 34, Pittsburgh 31 (OT) Jan.12  San Francisco Bay Area  Raiders silenced Jets 30-10 in Playoffs Jan.12  Florida  Bucs pasted the Niners 31-6 in Playoffs Jan.19   Philadelphia Bucs ruining Eagles' home finale
Jan.19   San Francisco Bay Area Raiders past Titans 41-24 for AFC title Jan.23  Melbourne  Williams sisters win doubles title Jan.24  Zimbabwe  Cricket games to go ahead Jan.24  Melbourne  Serena completes Slam Jan.25   Melbourne Agassi storms past Schuettler to 4th title Jan.26   California Bucs rout Raiders 48-21 for Super Bowl  The Tampa Bay defense is returning 3 of a 5 five interceptions for touchdowns



World, January 2003 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2003 Jan.5   Germany ECB crash threat plane down safely  A man threatened to crash a light plane into the European Central Bank Jan.5   Tel Aviv   Suicide bombings kill 23
  2 nearly simultaneous suicide bombings rocked central Tel Aviv. Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades claimed responsibility
Jan.7   London Terror suspects, ricin seized
  6 terror suspects are being questioned by police after traces of ricin were discovered at a London address
Jan.8   Jerusalem Sharon rejects corruption charge Jan.8  France  French tip-off led to ricin 'lab' Jan.8  Congo  Kabila murder: 26 death sentences Jan.11   Illinois Governor clears Illinois death row Jan.14   Northern England Officer killed in ricin probe raid  A police officer was stabbed to death and 4 others were wounded during a counterterrorism raid Jan.15   Congo U.N.: Rebels guilty of murder, cannibalism Jan.16  Moscow  Theatre siege trial opens Jan.21  England  Blair: UK terror attack inevitable Jan.21  Kuwait  American shot to death Jan.24   Spain Chemicals in terror find Jan.25  South Korea  Virus-like attack hits web traffic Jan.25  Nepal  Police chief killed Jan.26   Israel Rockets fired from Gaza hit Israel Jan.26  Ivory Coast  Anti-French riots



World, January 2003 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2003 Jan.1  Brazil  New president Lula sworn in Jan.2  Turkey  Turkey pushes for Cyprus deal Jan.2   Washington U.S. to host talks on N. Korea
Jan.2  Washington  Bush warns Iraq 'faces reckoning' Jan.3  Pakistan  Low turnout for anti-American protests Jan.3  Venezuela  Troops break up street clashes amid strike Jan.3   Venezuela Two die in street clashes Jan.3  South Korea  Seoul to put deal on table Jan.4  Ivory Coast  I. Coast rebels in Paris talks vow Jan.4  Netherlands  Lesbian 'has clone baby 2' Jan.5  Moscow  Russians 'upbeat' on North Korean front Jan.5  Lithuania  Right-winger Paksas wins elections Jan.6  Jerusalem  Israel restricts Palestinian travel Jan.6  North Korea  Sanctions 'would mean war' Jan.6  Washington  Three-way talks held over North Korea Jan.7  Washington  U.S. agrees to talk with North Korea Jan.8  North Korea  N Korea offers talks with Seoul Jan.9  Pakistan  Pakistan blasts Indian missile test Jan.10  North Korea  N Korea blames US for treaty withdrawal Jan.10  Jerusalem  Sharon speech blackout Jan.11  North Korea  N. Korea blames U.S. for nuclear crisis Jan.12   South Korea U.S. 'ready to talk' with N. Korea Jan.13  Zimbabwe  Harare denial on Mugabe retirement Jan.13   Togo Truce ends hostilities Jan.13  Washington  Pyongyang must move first: U.S Jan.14  London  Palestinians defy London talks ban Jan.15  Iraq  Russia sent envoy to Iraq Jan.15  North Korea  N. Korea pours cold water on U.S. offer Jan.17   Baghdad Saddam: 'New Mongols' face defeat Jan.17  Washington  Powell: 'a persuasive case' against Iraq Jan.18   European Union   Anti-war protests sweep the world
  Mass rallies are taking place to show opposition to any war against Iraq
Jan.19  UN  UN demand Iraqi action Jan.20  Iraq  Iraq promises UN more co-operation Jan.21  South Korea  South pushes nukes issue at Korean talks Jan.22  NATO  Robertson to step down Jan.23  USA  U.S. confident of support on Iraq Jan.23  Ivory Coast  Deal sees coalition Jan.23  South Korea  Koreas to peacefully resolve standoff Jan.24   South Korea S. Korea to send envoy to Pyongyang Jan.25  South Korea  S. Korea asks to delay emergency meeting Jan.26  Ivory Coast  Anti-French riots Jan.28  Moscow  Russia adds to pressure on Iraq Jan.28  Jerusalem  Sharon tipped to win poll Jan.28   Jerusalem   Sharon wins election, calls for unity
  Prime Minister has hailed Likud Party's triumph as 'historic' and said he will seek to create a broad-based government
Jan.28   Washington Bush made State of the Union address Jan.29  Iraq  Iraq rejects al-Qaeda links Jan.30   Cambodia Frightened Thais Flee After Night of Riots Jan.31   Washington   Bush, Blair: Time running out for Saddam  President and Prime Minister met to talk about Iraq Jan.31  Washington  Bush Gives Diplomacy Weeks