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B. 07-02 Berlusconi in EU 'Nazi' slur Italy
07-08 Twins dead after separation Singapore
D. 07-09 500 feared dead in ferry tragedy Bangladesh
E. 07-11 CIA chief takes blame for Bush speech CIA
F. 07-13 Iraqi council acts for first time Iraq
6. 07-15 Enough plutonium to make 6 nukes North Korea
7. 07-18 Missing Iraq 'mole': Body found England
8. 07-22 '600 die' as battle rages Liberia
9. 07-22 Saddam's sons killed in raid Mosul

Summary.     Click for More > 500 feared dead in ferry tragedy CIA chief takes blame for Bush speech Iraqi council acts for first time Enough plutonium to make 6 nukes Missing Iraq 'mole': Body found  UK official David Kelly denied being the 'mole' in the Iraq WMD dossier row '600 die' as battle rages   Saddam's sons killed in raid
  Berlusconi in EU 'Nazi' slur  Prime Minister has caused uproar in the European Parliament by comparing a German MEP to a Nazi camp guard Twins dead after separation
Jul.2   Italy
 West Bank  Israel hands over Bethlehem
 Czech Republic  2010 Winter Games given to Vancouver
Jul.3  Baghdad  U.S. offers $25 million reward for Saddam
Jul.4  West Pakistan  Mosque blast kills 35
 Iraq  Purported Saddam tape urges resistance
Jul.5  London  Serena claims Wimbledon glory
 Moscow  2 concert bombers kill 14
 Taiwan  WHO: Global SARS outbreak over
Jul.6  London  Federer wins Wimbledon
 Liberia  Taylor agrees to leave
 Baghdad  2 US soldiers killed
 Colorado  Bryant arrested
Jul.7  Senegal  Bush begins landmark Africa tour
 Sudan  Plane crash kills 115
Jul.8   Singapore
  2 conjoined Iranian women underwent 50 hours of continuous surgery
 Washington  Dems want uranium claim probed
Jul.9   Bangladesh
 London  Iraq weapons 'unlikely to be found'
Jul.11  Italy  Tourist minister 'resigns' over German jibe
  CIA
Jul.12  Belgium  War crimes law scraped
Jul.13   Iraq
 Washington  U.S. in damage control over Iraq
Jul.14  Manila  Terror suspects escape from jail
Jul.15   North Korea
Jul.16  Hong Kong  Crisis after officials quit
Jul.17  U.S. Congress  Blair visits Bush and defends war
Jul.18   England
Jul.19  Johannesburg  Mandela celebrated 85th birthday
Jul.20  Liberia  Rebels shell diplomatic neighborhood
Jul.21  Liberia  Battle rages: '50 dead'
 Liberia  Liberians dump bodies at U.S. Embassy
Jul.22   Liberia
  Mosul
  Uday and Qusay were killed by U.S. troops in the northern city of Mosul after a tipster betrayed their hideout
 Paris  Fire forces Eiffel Tower closure Jul.24   Iraq U.S. releases sons' death photos  Saudi Arabia  Saudi Arabia denies terror links Jul.25  Japan  Japan to send troops to Iraq  Liberia  Bush orders troops to positions off Liberia Jul.26  Liberia  Liberians die in church mortar hit  Iraq  Attack kills 3 US troops  Manila  Armed men seize center of Manila Jul.27   Paris Armstrong wins 5th Tour  Sunni Triangle  U.S.: Military closing in on Saddam Jul.28  Liberia  Rebels capture port city of Buchanan Jul.29  Iraq  Purported voice of Saddam mourns sons  FBI  Saudis let FBI question man with 9/11 ties Jul.30  Peru  Peru asks for Fujimori's return  Ghana  Leaders debate Liberia force Jul.31  Jordan  Saddam's daughters in Jordan  Washington  U.S.: N Korea nuke talks on track


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Arab Countries
Israel hands over Bethlehem
Purported Saddam tape urges resistance
Iraqi council acts for first time
U.S. releases sons' death photos
Purported voice of Saddam mourns sons
Saddam's daughters in Jordan
U.S. offers $25 million reward for Saddam
Purported Saddam tape urges resistance
2 US soldiers killed
Saddam's sons killed in raid
Attack kills 3 US troops
U.S.: Military closing in on Saddam
Islamist leaders freed
Riyadh suspect kills himself
Saudi Arabia denies terror links
Plane crash kills 115
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European Union
Berlusconi in EU 'Nazi' slur
Berlusconi apologises for Nazi jibe
'No apology' for PM's Nazi jibe
Row over 'sexed-up' Iraq dossier
Tourist minister 'resigns' over German jibe
War crimes law scraped
Iraq weapons 'unlikely to be found'
War crimes law scraped
Missing Iraq 'mole': Body found
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Fire forces Eiffel Tower closure
2010 Winter Games given to Vancouver
Injured Venus battles past Clijsters
Serena claims Wimbledon glory
Federer wins Wimbledon
Armstrong wins 5th Tour
West Africa
Taylor agrees to leave
Bush begins landmark Africa tour
Taylor not ready to leave
Liberians dump bodies at U.S. Embassy
Leaders debate Liberia force
Rebels shell diplomatic neighborhood
Battle rages: '50 dead'
'600 die' as battle rages
Bush orders troops to positions off Liberia
Liberians die in church mortar hit
Rebels capture port city of Buchanan
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USA
Bush vows to finish job in Iraq
Dems want uranium claim probed
CIA chief takes blame for Bush speech
U.S. in damage control over Iraq
Blair visits Bush and defends war
U.S.: N Korea nuke talks on track
U.S. may send 500-1,000 troops to Liberia
Dems want uranium claim probed
Rumsfeld brushes aside WMD fears
Bryant arrested
Saudis let FBI question man with 9/11 ties
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Bryant arrested
Iraq
Purported Saddam tape urges resistance
Iraqi council acts for first time
U.S. releases sons' death photos
Purported voice of Saddam mourns sons
U.S. offers $25 million reward for Saddam
Purported Saddam tape urges resistance
2 US soldiers killed
Saddam's sons killed in raid
Attack kills 3 US troops
U.S.: Military closing in on Saddam
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Liberia
Taylor agrees to leave
Taylor not ready to leave
Liberians dump bodies at U.S. Embassy
Rebels shell diplomatic neighborhood
Battle rages: '50 dead'
'600 die' as battle rages
Bush orders troops to positions off Liberia
Liberians die in church mortar hit
Rebels capture port city of Buchanan
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Washington
Bush vows to finish job in Iraq
Dems want uranium claim probed
CIA chief takes blame for Bush speech
U.S. in damage control over Iraq
Blair visits Bush and defends war
U.S.: N Korea nuke talks on track
U.S. may send 500-1,000 troops to Liberia
Dems want uranium claim probed
Rumsfeld brushes aside WMD fears
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United Kingdom
Row over 'sexed-up' Iraq dossier
Iraq weapons claims criticised
Iraq weapons 'unlikely to be found'
Missing Iraq 'mole': Body found
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Injured Venus battles past Clijsters
Serena claims Wimbledon glory
Federer wins Wimbledon
Southeast Asia Your ad is here
Armed men seize center of Manila
Terror suspects escape from jail
Twins op in 'critical phase'
Complications hit twins' surgery
Twins dead after separation
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London Your ad is here
Iraq weapons 'unlikely to be found'
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Injured Venus battles past Clijsters
Serena claims Wimbledon glory
Federer wins Wimbledon

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  Berlusconi in EU 'Nazi' slur


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July 1 ... more > Top ^

Jul.1  West Bank  Arafat 'could leave Ramallah'
 Washington  Bush vows to finish job in Iraq


July 2 ... more > Top ^

Jul.2   Italy  
  Prime Minister has caused uproar in the European Parliament by comparing a German MEP to a Nazi camp guard
  West Bank   Israel hands over Bethlehem  Bells rang in Manger Square as Israel turned over the city's security control to the Palestinians   Czech Republic   2010 Winter Games given to Vancouver  The International Olympic Committee selected Vancouver over bids from Salzburg, Austria, and Pyeongchang, South Korea  Algeria  Islamist leaders freed  Toronto  Toronto removed from SARS list  Washington  U.S. may send 500-1,000 troops to Liberia

July 3 ... more > Top ^

Jul.3   Baghdad     U.S. offers $25 million reward for Saddam  The reward is for information that either leads to his capture or confirms that the former Iraqi leader is dead  Saudi Arabia  Riyadh suspect kills himself  Liberia  U.S. 'warning order' on Liberia  Germany  Berlusconi apologises for Nazi jibe  London  Injured Venus battles past Clijsters  Iraq  US soldier shot dead

July 4 ... more > Top ^

Jul.4   West Pakistan Mosque blast kills 35
  Iraq Purported Saddam tape urges resistance  London  Federer makes to Wimbledon final  Italy  'No apology' for PM's Nazi jibe  CIA  CIA to study Saddam's tape  Liberia  U.S. to send small military team to Liberia  Hong Kong  Tung retreats on anti-subversion law

July 5 ... more > Top ^

Jul.5   London Serena claims Wimbledon glory
  Moscow 2 concert bombers kill 14  Sunni Triangle  Blast kills 7 Iraqi police recruits   Taiwan WHO: Global SARS outbreak over

July 6 ... more > Top ^

Jul.6   London Federer wins Wimbledon
 Jerusalem  Israel to free more prisoners  Moscow  Blast victims mourned  Singapore  Op begins on conjoined adult twins   Liberia Taylor agrees to leave   Baghdad 2 US soldiers killed   Colorado Bryant arrested  England  Row over 'sexed-up' Iraq dossier  Singapore  Twins op in 'critical phase'

July 7 ... more > Top ^

Jul.7  Washington  Bush embarks on landmark Africa tour  England  Iraq weapons claims criticised  Singapore  Complications hit twins' surgery   Senegal     Bush begins landmark Africa tour  Landmark will take in 5 countries in 5 days   Sudan Plane crash kills 115
 Liberia  Taylor not ready to leave

July 8 ... more > Top ^

Jul.8   Singapore   Twins dead after separation
  2 conjoined Iranian women underwent 50 hours of continuous surgery
 Senegal  Bush deplores 'crime' of slavery   Washington Dems want uranium claim probed

July 9 ... more > Top ^

Jul.9   Bangladesh   500 feared dead in ferry tragedy
  A passenger ferry sank in a river in southern Bangladesh. 250 people either swam to shore or were rescued
 South Africa  Bush denies rift with South Africa  Washington  Rumsfeld brushes aside WMD fears  Tehran  Pitched street battle   London Iraq weapons 'unlikely to be found'  Nigeria  Nigeria would shield Taylor from trial

July 10 ... more > Top ^

Jul.10  Sunni Triangle  Two U.S. soldiers killed  Botswana  Bush in Botswana to highlight AIDS plight  Washington  Powell: Bush to make Liberia decision soon

July 11 ... more > Top ^

Jul.11  England  Blair under pressure on Guantanamo  CIA  CIA 'cleared' Iraq uranium claim  Texas  Enron creditors 'to lose four fifths'  Southern France  Petacchi wins his fourth Tour stage   Italy Tourist minister 'resigns' over German jibe
  CIA   CIA chief takes blame for Bush speech
  Tenet: A line in State of the Union address alleging that Iraq was trying to buy uranium should never been included


July 12 ... more > Top ^

Jul.12  Iran  Twins laid to rest  Nigeria  Bush praises Nigeria's leadership on AIDS  Washington  Bush stands by CIA after Iraq mistake  England  Iraq uranium claim sows confusion   Belgium War crimes law scraped

July 13 ... more > Top ^

Jul.13   Iraq   Iraqi council acts for first time
  New governing council cancels all holidays 'linked to the old dictatorial regime' and name April 9, as a new national holiday
 England  Blix slams UK Iraq WMD claim  France  Armstrong took lead Tour de France   Washington U.S. in damage control over Iraq  Washington  US warns of more Iraq attacks

July 14 ... more > Top ^

Jul.14   Manila Terror suspects escape from jail
 Iraq  Ruling council asserts role  Iraq  U.S. soldier killed  Washington  No U.S. troops until Taylor leaves

July 15 ... more > Top ^

Jul.15  Iraq  Iraqis plan war crimes tribunal  Washington  Homecoming delayed for some troops   North Korea     Enough plutonium to make 6 nukes
  The United States is checking claims while fending off criticism its North Korean policy is ineffective
 England  Ex-Marine says missing girl 'safe'  Sunni Triangle  Bomb kills US soldier

July 16 ... more > Top ^

Jul.16  Sao Tome & Principe  Coup topples government   Hong Kong Crisis after officials quit  North Korea  Koreans fire across border

July 17 ... more > Top ^

Jul.17  Iraq  Saddam tape marks Baath anniversary  Congo  Government swears in rebels   U.S. Congress     Blair visits Bush and defends war  Prime Minister is telling the Congress that 'history will not forgive' world leaders who fail to confront the WMD threat

July 18 ... more > Top ^

Jul.18   England   Missing Iraq 'mole': Body found
  UK official David Kelly denied being the 'mole' in the Iraq WMD dossier row
 Sunni Triangle  U.S. soldier killed in blast  Colorado  Bryant charged with sexual assault  UN  Annan chief 'seeks Iraqi handover'  Afghanistan  Guantanamo detainees return home

July 19 ... more > Top ^

Jul.19  England  Weapons expert had slashed wrist   Johannesburg Mandela celebrated 85th birthday  Liberia  Taylor vows to fight to the end

July 20 ... more > Top ^

Jul.20  England  BBC says Kelly was weapons source  Liberia  Heavy fighting in capital   Liberia Rebels shell diplomatic neighborhood
 England  Ben Curtis clinches British Open

July 21 ... more > Top ^

Jul.21   Liberia Battle rages: '50 dead'
 England  BBC under pressure in 'mole' probe  Saudi Arabia  Idi Amin fighting for life   Liberia Liberians dump bodies at U.S. Embassy  Washington  Bush cautions Iran and Syria  Senegal  W Africans seek Liberia crisis solution  Kashmir  Militants raid army camp  Liberia  Panic on the streets

July 22 ... more > Top ^

Jul.22   Liberia     '600 die' as battle rages
  Defense minister backed Kofi Annan's call for action by the international community
 Spain  Bombs explode in resorts   Mosul     Saddam's sons killed in raid
  Uday and Qusay were killed by U.S. troops in the northern city of Mosul after a tipster betrayed their hideout
  Paris Fire forces Eiffel Tower closure

July 23 ... more > Top ^

Jul.23  Liberia  Mortars shatter cease-fire  Iraq  Dental records confirm sons' deaths  California  Governor faces recall poll  New York  Councilman killed by political rival  Iraq  U.S. to show photos of dead sons  Iraq  3 US soldiers killed  Liberia  Peacekeepers 'in days'  Solomon Islands  First troops arrive

July 24 ... more > Top ^

Jul.24   Iraq   U.S. releases sons' death photos
  The provisional authority has released photographs it said were of Uday and Qusay, aimed at convincing skeptical Iraqis
 Liberia  Port becomes focus of war  Liberia  Water crisis in Monrovia   Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia denies terror links  Iraq  U.S. 'to show Saddam sons' bodies'

July 25 ... more > Top ^

Jul.25  Iraq  Video 'Hussein bodies'  Liberia  US sends warships to Liberia   Japan Japan to send troops to Iraq
 Iraq  U.S. captures Saddam bodyguards   Liberia     Bush orders troops to positions off Liberia  President ordered U.S. troops to support a West African peacekeeping force that is expected to be deployed  Argentina  Former Argentine junta members held

July 26 ... more > Top ^

Jul.26   Liberia Liberians die in church mortar hit
  Iraq Attack kills 3 US troops  France  Armstrong closes on Tour title  Manila  Arroyo admits small army 'mutiny'   Manila   Armed men seize center of Manila  30 members of the military have seized the financial center of the capital and set up booby traps  Manila  Arroyo sets deadline for mutineers

July 27 ... more > Top ^

Jul.27   Paris     Armstrong wins 5th Tour
  The 31-year-old Texan becomes only the 2nd rider to win 5 Tours in a row and one of 5 men to have won 5 Tours in total
  Sunni Triangle U.S.: Military closing in on Saddam  Manila  Rebel troops end mutiny  Jerusalem  Israel to free 500 Palestinians  Mexico  Mexico wins Gold Cup over Brazil in OT  Iraq  US intensifies Saddam hunt  Nigeria  Peace force in Liberia within days

July 28 ... more > Top ^

Jul.28  Liberia  Rebels attack second Liberian city  Southern California  Bob Hope dead at 100   Liberia   Rebels capture port city of Buchanan  The port had been taken by the MDL. The government forces were massing outside the city

July 29 ... more > Top ^

Jul.29  Liberia  Army fights to regain port   Iraq Purported voice of Saddam mourns sons
  FBI Saudis let FBI question man with 9/11 ties  Washington  Bush, Sharon focus on terror groups  Washington  9/11 report sparks U.S.-Saudi spat  Washington  Officials: Suicide airliner hijackings possible

July 30 ... more > Top ^

Jul.30   Peru Peru asks for Fujimori's return
 Liberia  Dozens killed in battle  Iraq  Refugees make joyful return  Sierra Leone  Rebel leader Sankoh dies  Liberia  Advance expert team arrives in Liberia  Iraq  Iraqi official: Saddam no longer a threat   Ghana Leaders debate Liberia force

July 31 ... more > Top ^

Jul.31  UN Tribunal  War crimes: Bosnian Serb gets life  Ghana  Liberia force: Leaders seek money  Vatican  Drive to curb gay marriage   Jordan     Saddam's daughters in Jordan  Raghad, 35, and Rana, 33, arrived as guests of King Abdullah. They brought with them their 9 children   Washington   U.S.: N Korea nuke talks on track  An agreement in principle has been reached for a talks aimed at shutting down nuclear weapons program  Washington  US expert promises WMD 'surprises'


  U.S. offers $25 million reward for Saddam  The reward is for information that either leads to his capture or confirms that the former Iraqi leader is dead Purported Saddam tape urges resistance 2 US soldiers killed Dems want uranium claim probed Iraq weapons 'unlikely to be found' War crimes law scraped   Enough plutonium to make 6 nukes




World, July 2003 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
2003
Jul.1  Washington  Bush vows to finish job in Iraq
Jul.2  Washington  U.S. may send 500-1,000 troops to Liberia
Jul.3   Baghdad
Jul.3  Liberia  U.S. 'warning order' on Liberia
Jul.3  Iraq  US soldier shot dead
Jul.4   Iraq
Jul.4  Liberia  U.S. to send small military team to Liberia
Jul.5  Sunni Triangle  Blast kills 7 Iraqi police recruits
Jul.6   Baghdad
Jul.8   Washington
Jul.9  Washington  Rumsfeld brushes aside WMD fears
Jul.9   London
Jul.9  Nigeria  Nigeria would shield Taylor from trial
Jul.10  Sunni Triangle  Two U.S. soldiers killed
Jul.11  CIA  CIA 'cleared' Iraq uranium claim
Jul.12  England  Iraq uranium claim sows confusion
Jul.12   Belgium
Jul.13  England  Blix slams UK Iraq WMD claim
Jul.13  Washington  US warns of more Iraq attacks
Jul.14  Iraq  U.S. soldier killed
Jul.14  Washington  No U.S. troops until Taylor leaves
Jul.15  Iraq  Iraqis plan war crimes tribunal
Jul.15  Washington  Homecoming delayed for some troops
Jul.15   North Korea
  The United States is checking claims while fending off criticism its North Korean policy is ineffective
Jul.15  Sunni Triangle  Bomb kills US soldier Jul.16  Sao Tome & Principe  Coup topples government Jul.16  North Korea  Koreans fire across border Jul.17  Congo  Government swears in rebels Jul.18   England Missing Iraq 'mole': Body found
  UK official David Kelly denied being the 'mole' in the Iraq WMD dossier row
Jul.18  Sunni Triangle  U.S. soldier killed in blast Jul.19  Liberia  Taylor vows to fight to the end Jul.20  Liberia  Heavy fighting in capital Jul.20   Liberia Rebels shell diplomatic neighborhood Jul.21   Liberia Battle rages: '50 dead' Jul.21  Kashmir  Militants raid army camp Jul.21  Liberia  Panic on the streets Jul.22   Liberia   '600 die' as battle rages
  Defense minister backed Kofi Annan's call for action by the international community
Jul.22   Mosul   Saddam's sons killed in raid
  Uday and Qusay were killed by U.S. troops in the northern city of Mosul after a tipster betrayed their hideout
Jul.23  Liberia  Mortars shatter cease-fire Jul.23  Iraq  3 US soldiers killed Jul.23  Liberia  Peacekeepers 'in days' Jul.23  Solomon Islands  First troops arrive Jul.24  Liberia  Port becomes focus of war Jul.25  Liberia  US sends warships to Liberia Jul.25   Japan Japan to send troops to Iraq Jul.25  Iraq  U.S. captures Saddam bodyguards Jul.25   Liberia   Bush orders troops to positions off Liberia  President ordered U.S. troops to support a West African peacekeeping force that is expected to be deployed Jul.26   Liberia Liberians die in church mortar hit Jul.26   Iraq Attack kills 3 US troops Jul.26  Manila  Arroyo admits small army 'mutiny' Jul.26   Manila Armed men seize center of Manila  30 members of the military have seized the financial center of the capital and set up booby traps Jul.26  Manila  Arroyo sets deadline for mutineers Jul.27   Sunni Triangle U.S.: Military closing in on Saddam Jul.27  Manila  Rebel troops end mutiny Jul.27  Iraq  US intensifies Saddam hunt Jul.27  Nigeria  Peace force in Liberia within days Jul.28  Liberia  Rebels attack second Liberian city Jul.28   Liberia Rebels capture port city of Buchanan  The port had been taken by the MDL. The government forces were massing outside the city Jul.29  Liberia  Army fights to regain port Jul.30  Liberia  Dozens killed in battle Jul.30  Sierra Leone  Rebel leader Sankoh dies Jul.30  Liberia  Advance expert team arrives in Liberia Jul.30   Ghana Leaders debate Liberia force Jul.31  UN Tribunal  War crimes: Bosnian Serb gets life Jul.31  Washington  US expert promises WMD 'surprises'



World, July 2003 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2003 Jul.2  Toronto  Toronto removed from SARS list Jul.5   Taiwan WHO: Global SARS outbreak over
Jul.6  Singapore  Op begins on conjoined adult twins Jul.6  Singapore  Twins op in 'critical phase' Jul.7  Singapore  Complications hit twins' surgery Jul.7   Sudan Plane crash kills 115 Jul.8   Singapore Twins dead after separation
  2 conjoined Iranian women underwent 50 hours of continuous surgery
Jul.9   Bangladesh 500 feared dead in ferry tragedy
  A passenger ferry sank in a river in southern Bangladesh. 250 people either swam to shore or were rescued
Jul.10  Botswana  Bush in Botswana to highlight AIDS plight Jul.12  Nigeria  Bush praises Nigeria's leadership on AIDS Jul.19  England  Weapons expert had slashed wrist Jul.22   Paris Fire forces Eiffel Tower closure Jul.24  Liberia  Water crisis in Monrovia



World, July 2003 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2003 Jul.11  Texas  Enron creditors 'to lose four fifths' Jul.28  Southern California  Bob Hope dead at 100



World, July 2003 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2003 Jul.2   Czech Republic 2010 Winter Games given to Vancouver  The International Olympic Committee selected Vancouver over bids from Salzburg, Austria, and Pyeongchang, South Korea Jul.3  London  Injured Venus battles past Clijsters Jul.4  London  Federer makes to Wimbledon final Jul.5   London Serena claims Wimbledon glory
Jul.6   London Federer wins Wimbledon Jul.6   Colorado Bryant arrested Jul.11  Southern France  Petacchi wins his fourth Tour stage Jul.13  France  Armstrong took lead Tour de France Jul.18  Colorado  Bryant charged with sexual assault Jul.20  England  Ben Curtis clinches British Open Jul.26  France  Armstrong closes on Tour title Jul.27   Paris   Armstrong wins 5th Tour
  The 31-year-old Texan becomes only the 2nd rider to win 5 Tours in a row and one of 5 men to have won 5 Tours in total
Jul.27  Mexico  Mexico wins Gold Cup over Brazil in OT



World, July 2003 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2003 Jul.2  Algeria  Islamist leaders freed Jul.3  Saudi Arabia  Riyadh suspect kills himself Jul.4   West Pakistan Mosque blast kills 35 Jul.5   Moscow 2 concert bombers kill 14 Jul.6  Jerusalem  Israel to free more prisoners Jul.6   Colorado Bryant arrested Jul.9  Nigeria  Nigeria would shield Taylor from trial Jul.14   Manila Terror suspects escape from jail Jul.15  Iraq  Iraqis plan war crimes tribunal Jul.15  England  Ex-Marine says missing girl 'safe' Jul.18  Colorado  Bryant charged with sexual assault Jul.18  Afghanistan  Guantanamo detainees return home Jul.22  Spain  Bombs explode in resorts Jul.23  Iraq  Dental records confirm sons' deaths Jul.23  New York  Councilman killed by political rival Jul.24   Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia denies terror links Jul.25  Argentina  Former Argentine junta members held Jul.27  Jerusalem  Israel to free 500 Palestinians Jul.29   FBI Saudis let FBI question man with 9/11 ties Jul.29  Washington  Officials: Suicide airliner hijackings possible Jul.31  UN Tribunal  War crimes: Bosnian Serb gets life



World, July 2003 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2003 Jul.1  West Bank  Arafat 'could leave Ramallah' Jul.1  Washington  Bush vows to finish job in Iraq Jul.2   Italy   Berlusconi in EU 'Nazi' slur
  Prime Minister has caused uproar in the European Parliament by comparing a German MEP to a Nazi camp guard
Jul.2   West Bank Israel hands over Bethlehem  Bells rang in Manger Square as Israel turned over the city's security control to the Palestinians Jul.2  Algeria  Islamist leaders freed Jul.3  Germany  Berlusconi apologises for Nazi jibe Jul.4   Iraq Purported Saddam tape urges resistance Jul.4  Italy  'No apology' for PM's Nazi jibe Jul.4  CIA  CIA to study Saddam's tape Jul.4  Hong Kong  Tung retreats on anti-subversion law Jul.6  Moscow  Blast victims mourned Jul.6   Liberia Taylor agrees to leave Jul.6  England  Row over 'sexed-up' Iraq dossier Jul.7  Washington  Bush embarks on landmark Africa tour Jul.7  England  Iraq weapons claims criticised Jul.7   Senegal   Bush begins landmark Africa tour  Landmark will take in 5 countries in 5 days Jul.7  Liberia  Taylor not ready to leave Jul.8  Senegal  Bush deplores 'crime' of slavery Jul.8   Washington Dems want uranium claim probed Jul.9  South Africa  Bush denies rift with South Africa Jul.9  Tehran  Pitched street battle Jul.10  Botswana  Bush in Botswana to highlight AIDS plight Jul.10  Washington  Powell: Bush to make Liberia decision soon Jul.11  England  Blair under pressure on Guantanamo Jul.11   Italy Tourist minister 'resigns' over German jibe Jul.11   CIA CIA chief takes blame for Bush speech
  Tenet: A line in State of the Union address alleging that Iraq was trying to buy uranium should never been included
Jul.12  Iran  Twins laid to rest Jul.12  Nigeria  Bush praises Nigeria's leadership on AIDS Jul.12  Washington  Bush stands by CIA after Iraq mistake Jul.12   Belgium War crimes law scraped Jul.13   Iraq Iraqi council acts for first time
  New governing council cancels all holidays 'linked to the old dictatorial regime' and name April 9, as a new national holiday
Jul.13   Washington U.S. in damage control over Iraq Jul.14  Iraq  Ruling council asserts role Jul.14  Washington  No U.S. troops until Taylor leaves Jul.16   Hong Kong Crisis after officials quit Jul.17  Iraq  Saddam tape marks Baath anniversary Jul.17   U.S. Congress   Blair visits Bush and defends war  Prime Minister is telling the Congress that 'history will not forgive' world leaders who fail to confront the WMD threat Jul.18  UN  Annan chief 'seeks Iraqi handover' Jul.19   Johannesburg Mandela celebrated 85th birthday Jul.20  England  BBC says Kelly was weapons source Jul.21  England  BBC under pressure in 'mole' probe Jul.21  Saudi Arabia  Idi Amin fighting for life Jul.21   Liberia Liberians dump bodies at U.S. Embassy Jul.21  Washington  Bush cautions Iran and Syria Jul.21  Senegal  W Africans seek Liberia crisis solution Jul.23  California  Governor faces recall poll Jul.23  Iraq  U.S. to show photos of dead sons Jul.24   Iraq U.S. releases sons' death photos
  The provisional authority has released photographs it said were of Uday and Qusay, aimed at convincing skeptical Iraqis
Jul.24  Iraq  U.S. 'to show Saddam sons' bodies' Jul.25  Iraq  Video 'Hussein bodies' Jul.25   Japan Japan to send troops to Iraq Jul.25  Argentina  Former Argentine junta members held Jul.29   Iraq Purported voice of Saddam mourns sons Jul.29  Washington  Bush, Sharon focus on terror groups Jul.29  Washington  9/11 report sparks U.S.-Saudi spat Jul.30   Peru Peru asks for Fujimori's return Jul.30  Iraq  Refugees make joyful return Jul.30  Sierra Leone  Rebel leader Sankoh dies Jul.30  Iraq  Iraqi official: Saddam no longer a threat Jul.30   Ghana Leaders debate Liberia force Jul.31  Ghana  Liberia force: Leaders seek money Jul.31  Vatican  Drive to curb gay marriage Jul.31   Jordan   Saddam's daughters in Jordan  Raghad, 35, and Rana, 33, arrived as guests of King Abdullah. They brought with them their 9 children Jul.31   Washington U.S.: N Korea nuke talks on track  An agreement in principle has been reached for a talks aimed at shutting down nuclear weapons program