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Melting of glaciers 'speeds up'  The World Glacier Monitoring Service: Mountain glaciers are shrinking 3 times faster than they were in the 1980s Hubble's main camera shuts down  NASA: The main camera on the space telescope has shut down after an electrical failure Space probe performs Mars fly-by  A European space probe has completed a close fly-by of the planet in a crucial manoeuvre on its 10-year journey to land on a comet Total lunar eclipse
World welcomed 2007 with skyrockets


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  Fireworks exploded over Sydney's Harbor Bridge. In London, thousands of revelers gathered to cheer as Big Ben rang
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  The whole event was visible from Europe, Africa, parts of South America
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  Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change: Billions of people face shortages of food, water and flooding
Apr.9     Tourist's spacecraft reaches ISS   A Russian spacecraft carrying 2 crew and billionaire Charles Simonyi has docked with the International Space Station

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May.7   Star dies in brightest supernova  Nasa: A massive star around 150 times the size of the Sun has exploded in brightest supernova ever seen

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Jun.27   FIFA climbs down on altitude rule  FIFA has relaxed its ban on World Cup qualifiers being played at altitude, imposing a limtit of 3,000 metres

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Jul.6   Critics attack Live Earth mixed messages
  It lacks achievable goals, and bringing rock stars in fuel-guzzling airliners may send mixed messages about energy conservation


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Aug.5     Al Qaeda member: U.S. embassies targets  Adam Yahiye Gadahn said in a video that U.S. Embassies and U.S interests 'at home and abroad' are prime targets for terrorist attacks

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Sep.6     Most people 'want Iraq pull-out'
  Most people across the world believe US-led forces should withdraw within a year
Sep.12   Child mortality 'at record low'  United Nations Children's Fund: Fewer children under five worldwide are dying than ever before Sep.13   Oil prices retreat from record high  Traders took profits after U.S. crude stocks fell and drove oil futures in the previous session above $80 a barrel for the first time ever

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Oct.8   Interpol in rare sex abuse appeal
  Interpol has launched a global public appeal to help identify a man shown sexually abusing children in photographs Oct.23   Obesity 'epidemic' turns global
  People are getting fatter in all parts of the world, with the exception of south and east Asia Oct.25   Third of primates 'under threat'
  The report by conservation groups: Almost 1/3 of the world's primates are in danger of extinction because of destruction of their habitats

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Nov.3   Astronaut fixes torn solar panel
  Scott Parazynski has carried out a dangerous spacewalk to repair a damaged solar panel on the International Space Station

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Dec.8   Global rallies: Act now on warming
  Skiers, fire-eaters and an ice sculptor joined in worldwide demonstrations to draw attention to climate change and push to fight global warming Dec.9   World views on free press mixed
  56% thought that freedom of the press was very important to ensure a free society





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  Most people across the world believe US-led forces should withdraw within a year




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2007 Jan.29 Melting of glaciers 'speeds up'  The World Glacier Monitoring Service: Mountain glaciers are shrinking 3 times faster than they were in the 1980s Jan.29 Hubble's main camera shuts down  NASA: The main camera on the space telescope has shut down after an electrical failure Apr.6 Billions face climate change risk
  Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change: Billions of people face shortages of food, water and flooding
Sep.12 Child mortality 'at record low'  United Nations Children's Fund: Fewer children under five worldwide are dying than ever before Oct.23 Obesity 'epidemic' turns global
  People are getting fatter in all parts of the world, with the exception of south and east Asia Oct.25 Third of primates 'under threat'
  The report by conservation groups: Almost 1/3 of the world's primates are in danger of extinction because of destruction of their habitats



Global, 2007 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2007 Jul.6 Critics attack Live Earth mixed messages
  It lacks achievable goals, and bringing rock stars in fuel-guzzling airliners may send mixed messages about energy conservation
Sep.13 Oil prices retreat from record high  Traders took profits after U.S. crude stocks fell and drove oil futures in the previous session above $80 a barrel for the first time ever



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2007 Jun.27 FIFA climbs down on altitude rule  FIFA has relaxed its ban on World Cup qualifiers being played at altitude, imposing a limtit of 3,000 metres



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2007 Aug.5   Al Qaeda member: U.S. embassies targets  Adam Yahiye Gadahn said in a video that U.S. Embassies and U.S interests 'at home and abroad' are prime targets for terrorist attacks Oct.8 Interpol in rare sex abuse appeal  Interpol has launched a global public appeal to help identify a man shown sexually abusing children in photographs



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2007 Jan.1 World welcomed 2007 with skyrockets
  Fireworks exploded over Sydney's Harbor Bridge. In London, thousands of revelers gathered to cheer as Big Ben rang
Feb.25 Space probe performs Mars fly-by  A European space probe has completed a close fly-by of the planet in a crucial manoeuvre on its 10-year journey to land on a comet Mar.3 Total lunar eclipse
  The whole event was visible from Europe, Africa, parts of South America
Mar.14 Probe reveals seas on Saturn moon  Nasa's Cassini probe has found evidence for seas, filled with liquid hydrocarbons, at the high northern latitudes Apr.9   Tourist's spacecraft reaches ISS   A Russian spacecraft carrying 2 crew and billionaire Charles Simonyi has docked with the International Space Station May.7 Star dies in brightest supernova  Nasa: A massive star around 150 times the size of the Sun has exploded in brightest supernova ever seen Nov.3 Astronaut fixes torn solar panel   Scott Parazynski has carried out a dangerous spacewalk to repair a damaged solar panel on the International Space Station Dec.8 Global rallies: Act now on warming  Skiers, fire-eaters and an ice sculptor joined in worldwide demonstrations to draw attention to climate change and push to fight global warming Dec.9 World views on free press mixed  56% thought that freedom of the press was very important to ensure a free society