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B. 07-01 Suicide bombers hit shrine Lahore
C. 07-03 Hundreds killed in oil tanker explosion South Kivu, Congo
D. 07-04 Komorowski leads Polish presidential poll Poland
4. 07-06 Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final Cape Town
5. 07-07 Spain reached the World Cup final Durban, South Africa
G. 07-07 Cuba to release 52 political prisoners Cuba
H. 07-09 U.S., Russia swap spies Vienna, Austria
07-11 Spain win World Cup in extra time Johannesburg
J. 07-11 Twin blasts in Uganda capital kill 64 people Kampala, Uganda

Summary.     Click for More > Twin blasts in Uganda capital kill 64 people Argentina legalises gay marriage   BP says oil has stopped leaking  BP says it has temporarily stopped oil flowing into the Gulf of Mexico from its leaking well, the first time the flow has stopped since an e... Venezuela breaks relations with Colombia Europe's big banks pass stress tests Festival stampede kills 19   At least 17 people have been killed at the Love Parade electronic music festival in the German city of Duisburg after panic sparked a stampe... U.S., South Korea begin military exercises   Thousands of Afghan war docs go online  A whistle-blower website has published more than 90,000 U.S. military and diplomatic reports about Afghanistan filed between 2004 and January... BP ousts CEO Hayward   Plane crashes in Pakistan capital   An Airbus A321 crashed as it was about to land, in heavy monsoon rain and poor visibility, killing all 152 people on board Wildfires:25 dead, thousands homeless
Suicide bombers hit shrine Hundreds killed in oil tanker explosion Komorowski leads Polish presidential poll Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final Spain reached the World Cup final Cuba to release 52 political prisoners   U.S., Russia swap spies   The United States and Russia completed a spy swap Friday, exchanging the agents on chartered planes at an airport in Vienna   Spain win World Cup in extra time Map of Johannesburg
Jul.1   Lahore
Jul.2  South Africa  Dutch knock Brazil out of World Cup
 Virginia  Spy suspects 'admit they are Russians'
Jul.3   Congo
 Cape Town  Germans blow Argentina away 4-0
 London  Serena powers to fourth Wimbledon title
 Johannesburg  Spain wins over Paraguay
 Kabul  Petraeus takes over Afghan campaign
Jul.4  Beirut  Hezbollah 'mentor' Fadlallah dies
 London  Nadal regains Wimbledon crown
  Poland
Jul.5  Iran  Mother of two to be stoned to death
 Jerusalem  Israel unveils new blockade rules for Gaza
Jul.6   Cape Town
 UN  Queen Elizabeth praises U.N. efforts
 Washington  Obama and Netanyahu urge Mid-East talk
 Helmand  UK troops 'to move out of Sangin'
Jul.7   South Africa
  Cuba
Jul.8  Global  IMF warns on global economic recovery
 Norway  Arrests in Norway 'al-Qaeda' plot
 Iran  Woman won't be stoned to death
Jul.9   Austria
 Northern England  Gunman Raoul Moat kills himself
 Louisiana  BP in fresh bid to plug oil leak
Jul.10  Afghanistan  6 U.S. service members among 9 killed
Jul.11  Japan  Japan's PM 'to lose key majority'
  Johannesburg
  Andres Iniesta scores with four minutes left in extra time to give Spain their first World Cup with a 1-0 victory over the Netherlands.    Nelson Mandela is in the crowd. A game littered with 13 yellow cards and one red is settled by a moment of magic. Spain: Iker Casillas (capt); Sergio Ramos, Carles ...
  Uganda
Jul.12  Cuba  Castro rips U.S. in rare TV appearance
 Louisiana  BP installs new sealing cap on leaking well
Jul.13  Washington  Iran nuclear scientist free to leave US
 Louisiana  BP starting pressure test on well
Jul.14  China  China's economic growth eases
 North Korea  N Korea in talks with UN Command
Jul.15   Argentina
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 Southern Iran  2 blasts kill at least 20 in southeast Iran
 U.S. Senate  US financial reform passed by Senate
Jul.16  Australia  New Australian PM to call for elections
 Venezuela  Venezuela recalls ambassador to Colombia
Jul.17  Southern France  Grenoble rioters shoot at police
 Louisiana  BP oil well 'withstands pressure'
Jul.18  Baghdad  Baghdad suicide attack kills 43
 Pakistan  Clinton in Pakistan to bolster relations
 India  At least 45 dead in train collision
 Louisiana  Seepage detected at oil spill site
Jul.20  Kabul  Powers back Afghan takeover date
 Washington  Lockerbie bomber release 'not BP's fault'
 South Korea  Clinton and Gates visit Korea DMZ
Jul.21  Chad  Chad rules out arresting Sudan leader
 Washington  Obama signs financial reform law
Jul.22   Venezuela
 Louisiana  Storm forces ships off spill site
Jul.23   European Union
Jul.24   Ruhr
 Louisiana  Oil spill vessels return to site
  South Korea
Jul.25  Paris  Contador claims third Tour de France title
 Ruhr  Number of dead at music festival rises
  USA
 Cambodia  Former Khmer Rouge's Duch found guilty
Jul.27   United Kingdom
  Pakistan
 Uganda  More AU troops to Somalia
Jul.28  Arizona  Judge blocks part of AZ immigration law
 Barcelona  Catalonia bans bullfighting
 North Mexico  Four journalists held hostage
Jul.29  France  Woman buried 8 babies
 Beirut  Syria and Saudi leaders in Beirut
 Mexico  Military 'kills' drug lord Ignacio Coronel
Jul.30  Afghanistan  July worst month for U.S. in Afghanistan
 USA  US economic growth slows to 2.4%
 NW Pakistan  Deaths rise in South Asia monsoon
Jul.31   Russia
 NW Pakistan  Pakistan flooding death toll reaches 800
 Southern Afghanistan  Dutch troops to leave Afghanistan


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USA
Obama and Netanyahu urge Mid-East talk
Iran nuclear scientist free to leave US
US financial reform passed by Senate
Lockerbie bomber release 'not BP's fault'
Obama signs financial reform law
Judge grants Russian spy suspect bail
Spy suspects 'admit they are Russians'
BP in fresh bid to plug oil leak
BP starting pressure test on well
BP says oil has stopped leaking
Seepage detected at oil spill site
Storm forces ships off spill site
BP in fresh bid to plug oil leak
BP installs new sealing cap on leaking well
BP starting pressure test on well
BP says oil has stopped leaking
US financial reform passed by Senate
Obama signs financial reform law
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Thousands of Afghan war docs go online
European Union
Komorowski leads Polish presidential poll
Catalonia bans bullfighting
Gunman Raoul Moat kills himself
Grenoble rioters shoot at police
Woman buried 8 babies
Festival stampede kills 19
Number of dead at music festival rises
Europe's big banks pass stress tests
BP ousts CEO Hayward
Nadal thrashes Murray
Serena powers to fourth Wimbledon title
Nadal regains Wimbledon crown
Contador claims third Tour de France title
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Dutch knock Brazil out of World Cup
Germans blow Argentina away 4-0
Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final
Spain reached the World Cup final
Spain win World Cup in extra time
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Afghanistan
Powers back Afghan takeover date
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Petraeus takes over Afghan campaign
UK troops 'to move out of Sangin'
6 U.S. service members among 9 killed
July worst month for U.S. in Afghanistan
Pakistan
Clinton in Pakistan to bolster relations
Suicide bombers hit shrine
Plane crashes in Pakistan capital
Deaths rise in South Asia monsoon
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Washington
Obama and Netanyahu urge Mid-East talk
Iran nuclear scientist free to leave US
US financial reform passed by Senate
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US financial reform passed by Senate
Obama signs financial reform law
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Gunman Raoul Moat kills himself
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BP ousts CEO Hayward
Serena powers to fourth Wimbledon title
Nadal regains Wimbledon crown
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Jul.1   Lahore  
  Three explosions erupted in and around Data Darbar, one of Pakistan's holiest Sufi shrines, killing 41 people and wounding 175.    Thousands of people were visiting the shrine at the time. It ho...
 New York  Judge grants Russian spy suspect bail

July 2 ... more > Top ^

Jul.2   South Africa Dutch knock Brazil out of World Cup
 Johannesburg  Uruguay beat Ghana on penalties  London  Nadal thrashes Murray   Virginia Spy suspects 'admit they are Russians'  Global  Russian spaceship fails to dock  Virginia  Russian 'spy ring' suspects denied bail

July 3 ... more > Top ^

Jul.3   Congo   Hundreds killed in oil tanker explosion
Map of South Kivu Congo
  At least 230 people were killed and 190 injured when an oil tanker flipped over and exploded. It was attempting to overtake a bus.    The truck, travelling from Tanzania, overturned in the village of Sange nea...
  Cape Town Germans blow Argentina away 4-0   London Serena powers to fourth Wimbledon title  Baghdad  Biden arrives in Iraq for July 4   Johannesburg Spain wins over Paraguay  Congo  Fuel truck victims buried in mass graves   Kabul Petraeus takes over Afghan campaign

July 4 ... more > Top ^

Jul.4   Beirut     Hezbollah 'mentor' Fadlallah dies  Grand Ayatollah Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah, seen as a key figure in the founding of militant group Hezbollah, has died at the age of 7   London Nadal regains Wimbledon crown
 Brazil  Football Federation fires Dunga as coach  Poland  Rivals even in presidential poll   Poland   Komorowski leads Polish presidential poll
  Bronislaw Komorowski, acting president and the governing party candidate, has regained the advantage in a close presidential election.    He has 52.6%, with rival J...
 Congo  Mourning declared after tanker blast  Mexico  Opposition set to win Mexico poll

July 5 ... more > Top ^

Jul.5   Iran Mother of two to be stoned to death
 Turkey  Turkey threatens break with Israel  Nigeria  Nigeria 'drops team ban threat'   Jerusalem     Israel unveils new blockade rules for Gaza  Israel announced that it will continue to restrict construction materials allowed into Gaza but will allow other items to be brought into Gaza...

July 6 ... more > Top ^

Jul.6   Cape Town     Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final
Map of Cape Town
  The Netherlands reached their third World Cup final with a 3-2 win over Uruguay in a dramatic semifinal.    Sneijder scored his fifth goal in South Africa and van Bronckhorst added one of the goals. Robben ...
  UN Queen Elizabeth praises U.N. efforts   Washington Obama and Netanyahu urge Mid-East talk   Helmand UK troops 'to move out of Sangin'  Sri Lanka  Protesters lay siege to U.N. compound

July 7 ... more > Top ^

Jul.7   South Africa     Spain reached the World Cup final
Map of Durban South Africa
  A second-half header from Carles Puyol secured a narrow victory over Germany after an intriguing match
  Cuba   Cuba to release 52 political prisoners
  The prisoners are set to be freed and will be allowed to leave the country, Cuba's Roman Catholic church announced in a written statement
 Baghdad  Deadly bombings hit Iraq pilgrims

July 8 ... more > Top ^

Jul.8   Global IMF warns on global economic recovery
  Norway Arrests in Norway 'al-Qaeda' plot  Washington  US and Russia agree on 'spy exchange'   Iran     Woman won't be stoned to death  The government is denying that a woman will be executed by stoning, though her death sentence may still be carried out by some other method  Austria  US and Russian 'spy exchange' under way

July 9 ... more > Top ^

Jul.9   Austria     U.S., Russia swap spies
Map of Vienna Austria
  The United States and Russia completed a spy swap Friday, exchanging the agents on chartered planes at an airport in Vienna
 The plane carrying 10 Russian agents, who were expelled from the United States for intelligence gathering, landed at Moscow's Domodedovo Airport. A US jet which picked up 4 Russians freed by the Kremlin has landed in Washington. It dropped two of them off in the UK en route
 Tribal Areas  Blast in Pakistan's tribal region kills 56   Northern England Gunman Raoul Moat kills himself   Louisiana BP in fresh bid to plug oil leak

July 10 ... more > Top ^

Jul.10   Afghanistan 6 U.S. service members among 9 killed
 England  $1M Roman treasure unearthed  South Africa  Germany third at World Cup over Uruguay  Louisiana  BP in new attempt to plug oil leak  Cuba  Rare pictures show smiling Castro

July 11 ... more > Top ^

Jul.11   Japan     Japan's PM 'to lose key majority'  The ruling DPJ party of PM Naoto Kan will lose control of the upper house of parliament after Sunday's election, exit polls suggest   Johannesburg     Spain win World Cup in extra time
Map of Johannesburg
  Andres Iniesta scores with four minutes left in extra time to give Spain their first World Cup with a 1-0 victory over the Netherlands
 Nelson Mandela is in the crowd. A game littered with 13 yellow cards and one red is settled by a moment of magic. Spain: Iker Casillas (capt); Sergio Ramos, Carles Puyol, Gerard Pique, Joan Capdevila; Sergio Busquets, Xabi Alonso; Andres Iniesta, Xavi, Pedro; David Villa Coach: Vicente Del Bosque (ESP) Referee: Howard Webb (ENG)
  Uganda   Twin blasts in Uganda capital kill 64 people Map of Kampala Uganda
  The blasts went off at a rugby club and at a restaurant, as football fans watched the World Cup final.    Another 65 people were...


July 12 ... more > Top ^

Jul.12   Cuba     Castro rips U.S. in rare TV appearance  Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro: The United States is pushing for what would become nuclear wars against Iran and North Korea  Jerusalem  Israeli review: Force against ships justified   Louisiana BP installs new sealing cap on leaking well
 Cuba  Seven freed dissidents leave for Spain

July 13 ... more > Top ^

Jul.13   Washington   Iran nuclear scientist free to leave US   The US insists that Shahram Amiri who has turned up in the country is there voluntarily and is free to leave   Louisiana BP starting pressure test on well
 Gaza  Israeli navy trails Gaza aid ship  Louisiana  BP delays pressure test on well

July 14 ... more > Top ^

Jul.14  Hong Kong  HK lawmakers debate minimum wage  Tehran  Iranian scientist back in Tehran  Louisiana  Preparations for BP oil well test under way   China   China's economic growth eases  China's economy continued to grow at a robust pace last quarter, grew at an annual rate of 10.3 percent   North Korea N Korea in talks with UN Command


July 15 ... more > Top ^

Jul.15   Argentina     Argentina legalises gay marriage
  Argentina has become the first country in Latin America to legalise gay marriage after the Senate voted in favour
 Louisiana  BP fixes leaking cap on oil well   Louisiana     BP says oil has stopped leaking
  BP says it has temporarily stopped oil flowing into the Gulf of Mexico from its leaking well, the first time the flow has stopped since an explosion
 The well has been sealed with a cap as part of a test that could last up to 48 hours. Obama said the development was a 'positive sign'
  Southern Iran   2 blasts kill at least 20 in southeast Iran   Two alleged suicide bombers were responsible for a pair of explosions in the southeastern Iranian city in front of the city's Grand Mosque   U.S. Senate US financial reform passed by Senate  Egypt  Ship unloads aid at Egyptian port  Philippines  Death toll rises from Philippines storm

July 16 ... more > Top ^

Jul.16   Australia   New Australian PM to call for elections  Prime Minister Julia Gillard was expected on Saturday to call for a national election, according to her office   Venezuela Venezuela recalls ambassador to Colombia
 North Mexico  Drug gang 'use car bomb'  Louisiana  Capped well not leaking, BP says

July 17 ... more > Top ^

Jul.17   Southern France Grenoble rioters shoot at police
  Louisiana BP oil well 'withstands pressure'  Louisiana  BP extends testing of capped oil well  Puerto Rico  Twister strikes Puerto Rico; 4 hurt  China  China mine accident kills 28

July 18 ... more > Top ^

Jul.18   Baghdad   Baghdad suicide attack kills 43   The attacker targeted members of the Awakening Council as they waited to receive paychecks   Pakistan Clinton in Pakistan to bolster relations
 Papua New Guinea  Tsunami warning after Pacific quake  Louisiana  Recapped Gulf oil well continues to hold  North Mexico  Party-goers gunned down  Scotland  Oosthuizen seals runaway win   India   At least 45 dead in train collision   More than 80 passengers were hospitalized after a moving train rammed into a stopped Vananchal Express train in eastern India   Louisiana Seepage detected at oil spill site  Washington  US seeks BP well cap release plan

July 19 ... more > Top ^

Jul.19  Louisiana  Leaks near BP well may be natural  Kabul  Karzai seeks greater aid control  London  Cameron agrees Lockerbie meeting

July 20 ... more > Top ^

Jul.20   Kabul   Powers back Afghan takeover date  A major conference on Afghanistan has endorsed Karzai's goal that Afghan forces should lead security operations across the country by 2014  Sichuan  Death toll rises in floods   Washington Lockerbie bomber release 'not BP's fault'
  South Korea Clinton and Gates visit Korea DMZ

July 21 ... more > Top ^

Jul.21  Northern England  Scientists discover monster star   Chad Chad rules out arresting Sudan leader
  Washington Obama signs financial reform law  North Korea  North Korea criticises new US sanctions  Southern China  Flooding fears intensify

July 22 ... more > Top ^

Jul.22   Venezuela   Venezuela breaks relations with Colombia
  Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said that he is breaking off relations with Colombia. He called President Uribe 'crazed'.    The Organization of American States meets to discuss Colombia...
 Netherlands  Court rules Kosovo independence legal   Louisiana     Storm forces ships off spill site   Dozens of ships in the Gulf of Mexico have been ordered to leave the site of the BP spill by the US government as Tropical Storm Bonnie gathers...

July 23 ... more > Top ^

Jul.23   European Union   Europe's big banks pass stress tests
  Officials led by the European Central Bank tested 91 banks, and most of banks passed stress tests aimed at shoring up confidence in the economy.    Seven banks have failed stress tests designed ...
 Netherlands  Firm guilty of 'exporting toxic waste'  France  Entire France soccer squad suspended  China  Record water levels test giant dam  Louisiana  Oil workers set to leave as storm nears  North Korea  N Korea warns of nuclear response  North Mexico  Mass grave contains 21 bodies  Global  Rallies for jailed Iranian woman

July 24 ... more > Top ^

Jul.24   Ruhr   Festival stampede kills 19
Map of Duisburg Germany
  At least 17 people have been killed at the Love Parade electronic music festival in the German city of Duisburg after panic sparked a stampede
 The revellers panicked at a tunnel entrance. About 100 people were also injured. Police had been trying to stop people reaching the parade area because of overcrowding.
 Southern Afghanistan  Bombs kill five U.S. troops in Afghanistan   Louisiana Oil spill vessels return to site   South Korea   U.S., South Korea begin military exercises
  Amid heightened tensions with North Korea, the United States and South Korea began joint military exercises, dubbed Invincible Spirit


July 25 ... more > Top ^

Jul.25   Paris Contador claims third Tour de France title
  Ruhr Number of dead at music festival rises  Italy  Ferrari fined $100,000 but result stands  United Kingdom  BP boss Hayward 'negotiates exit'   USA     Thousands of Afghan war docs go online
  A whistle-blower website has published more than 90,000 U.S. military and diplomatic reports about Afghanistan filed between 2004 and January 2010
 North Mexico  Prisoners 'freed for killings'   Cambodia   Former Khmer Rouge's Duch found guilty  Former Khmer Rouge prison chief, 67, has been found guilty of crimes against humanity by Cambodia's UN-backed war crimes tribunal

July 26 ... more > Top ^

Jul.26  London  BP boss set for 600,000 pension  Washington  'Weeks to assess' Afghan war leak  United Kingdom  BP set to announce record loss

July 27 ... more > Top ^

Jul.27   United Kingdom     BP ousts CEO Hayward
  Tony Hayward will step down amid ongoing outrage over the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and will be replaced by American Robert Dudley.    Hayward will receive a year's salary amounting to $1.6 million. Dudley...
 Argentina  Maradona out as Argentine coach  Sichuan  Dozens missing in China landslide   Pakistan     Plane crashes in Pakistan capital
Map of Islamabad Pakistan
  An Airbus A321 crashed as it was about to land, in heavy monsoon rain and poor visibility, killing all 152 people on board
 The domestic flight from the southern city of Karachi was operated by the private Pakistani airline Airblue
  Uganda   More AU troops to Somalia   The African Union summit ended without a resolution to change the mandate of its mission in Somalia from peacekeeping to peace enforcing

July 28 ... more > Top ^

Jul.28   Arizona Judge blocks part of AZ immigration law
  Barcelona Catalonia bans bullfighting  Southern India  UK PM to Pakistan: Don't export terror  Pakistan  Pakistan mourns air crash victims   North Mexico Four journalists held hostage

July 29 ... more > Top ^

Jul.29   France   Woman buried 8 babies   French prosecutors charged a woman with murder after she admitted giving birth to and smothering eight babies over a 17-year period  Arizona  Arizona to challenge law blocks  Congo  80 die in ferry accident  FBI  FBI to aid Afghan war leak probe   Beirut     Syria and Saudi leaders in Beirut  President Bashar al-Assad and King Abdullah are set to pay a joint visit to Lebanon. UN to indicts members of the Hezbollah for Hariri's ass...   Mexico   Military 'kills' drug lord Ignacio Coronel   The government says security forces have killed Ignacio 'Nacho' Coronel, a top member of the powerful Sinaloa drug cartel  San Francisco Bay Area  Google search working again in China

July 30 ... more > Top ^

Jul.30   Afghanistan     July worst month for U.S. in Afghanistan  3 U.S. soldiers were killed in two separate blasts, making July the deadliest month for American forces since the war started nine years ago   USA US economic growth slows to 2.4%
 Moscow  Medvedev orders army to fight wildfires  USA  Wikileaks' Assange denies 'blood on hands'  Moscow  Rejected Russian boy back in orphanage   NW Pakistan Deaths rise in South Asia monsoon  Australia  Change call after Australia fires

July 31 ... more > Top ^

Jul.31   Russia     Wildfires:25 dead, thousands homeless
  The Russian government said it has sent some 240,000 people to fight the blazes, which are among the worst ever to hit the region
  NW Pakistan Pakistan flooding death toll reaches 800
 Iraq  Saddam-era official issues message  Ruhr  Thousands mourn Love Parade victims  Southern Italy  Building collapse in Italy kills 3   Southern Afghanistan Dutch troops to leave Afghanistan  Brazil  Brazil leader offers asylum to Iran woman  NW Pakistan  Flooded Pakistan braced for more


Petraeus takes over Afghan campaign Obama and Netanyahu urge Mid-East talk UK troops 'to move out of Sangin' 6 U.S. service members among 9 killed N Korea in talks with UN Command Clinton and Gates visit Korea DMZ Chad rules out arresting Sudan leader U.S., South Korea begin military exercises




World, July 2010 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
2010
Jul.3  Baghdad  Biden arrives in Iraq for July 4
Jul.3   Kabul
Jul.6   Washington
Jul.6   Helmand
Jul.6  Sri Lanka  Protesters lay siege to U.N. compound
Jul.10   Afghanistan
Jul.13  Gaza  Israeli navy trails Gaza aid ship
Jul.14   North Korea
Jul.20   South Korea
Jul.21   Chad
Jul.23  North Korea  N Korea warns of nuclear response
Jul.24  Southern Afghanistan  Bombs kill five U.S. troops in Afghanistan
Jul.24   South Korea
  Amid heightened tensions with North Korea, the United States and South Korea began joint military exercises, dubbed Invincible Spirit
Jul.25   USA   Thousands of Afghan war docs go online
  A whistle-blower website has published more than 90,000 U.S. military and diplomatic reports about Afghanistan filed between 2004 and January 2010
Jul.25   Cambodia Former Khmer Rouge's Duch found guilty  Former Khmer Rouge prison chief, 67, has been found guilty of crimes against humanity by Cambodia's UN-backed war crimes tribunal Jul.26  Washington  'Weeks to assess' Afghan war leak Jul.27   Uganda More AU troops to Somalia   The African Union summit ended without a resolution to change the mandate of its mission in Somalia from peacekeeping to peace enforcing Jul.29  FBI  FBI to aid Afghan war leak probe Jul.29   Mexico Military 'kills' drug lord Ignacio Coronel   The government says security forces have killed Ignacio 'Nacho' Coronel, a top member of the powerful Sinaloa drug cartel Jul.30   Afghanistan   July worst month for U.S. in Afghanistan  3 U.S. soldiers were killed in two separate blasts, making July the deadliest month for American forces since the war started nine years ago Jul.30  USA  Wikileaks' Assange denies 'blood on hands' Jul.31   Southern Afghanistan Dutch troops to leave Afghanistan



World, July 2010 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2010 Jul.2  Global  Russian spaceship fails to dock Jul.3   Congo Hundreds killed in oil tanker explosion
Map of South Kivu Congo
  At least 230 people were killed and 190 injured when an oil tanker flipped over and exploded. It was attempting to overtake a bus.    The truck, travelling from Tanzania, overturned in the village of Sange nea...
Jul.3  Congo  Fuel truck victims buried in mass graves Jul.4  Congo  Mourning declared after tanker blast Jul.9   Louisiana BP in fresh bid to plug oil leak Jul.10  Louisiana  BP in new attempt to plug oil leak Jul.12   Louisiana BP installs new sealing cap on leaking well Jul.13   Louisiana BP starting pressure test on well Jul.13  Louisiana  BP delays pressure test on well Jul.14  Louisiana  Preparations for BP oil well test under way Jul.15  Louisiana  BP fixes leaking cap on oil well Jul.15   Louisiana   BP says oil has stopped leaking
  BP says it has temporarily stopped oil flowing into the Gulf of Mexico from its leaking well, the first time the flow has stopped since an explosion
 The well has been sealed with a cap as part of a test that could last up to 48 hours. Obama said the development was a 'positive sign'
Jul.15  Philippines  Death toll rises from Philippines storm Jul.16  Louisiana  Capped well not leaking, BP says Jul.17   Louisiana BP oil well 'withstands pressure' Jul.17  Louisiana  BP extends testing of capped oil well Jul.17  Puerto Rico  Twister strikes Puerto Rico; 4 hurt Jul.17  China  China mine accident kills 28 Jul.18  Papua New Guinea  Tsunami warning after Pacific quake Jul.18  Louisiana  Recapped Gulf oil well continues to hold Jul.18   India At least 45 dead in train collision   More than 80 passengers were hospitalized after a moving train rammed into a stopped Vananchal Express train in eastern India Jul.18   Louisiana Seepage detected at oil spill site Jul.19  Louisiana  Leaks near BP well may be natural Jul.20  Sichuan  Death toll rises in floods Jul.21  Southern China  Flooding fears intensify Jul.22   Louisiana   Storm forces ships off spill site   Dozens of ships in the Gulf of Mexico have been ordered to leave the site of the BP spill by the US government as Tropical Storm Bonnie gathers... Jul.23  Netherlands  Firm guilty of 'exporting toxic waste' Jul.23  China  Record water levels test giant dam Jul.23  Louisiana  Oil workers set to leave as storm nears Jul.24   Ruhr Festival stampede kills 19 Map of Duisburg Germany
  At least 17 people have been killed at the Love Parade electronic music festival in the German city of Duisburg after panic sparked a stampede
 The revellers panicked at a tunnel entrance. About 100 people were also injured. Police had been trying to stop people reaching the parade area because of overcrowding.
Jul.24   Louisiana Oil spill vessels return to site Jul.25   Ruhr Number of dead at music festival rises Jul.27  Sichuan  Dozens missing in China landslide Jul.27   Pakistan   Plane crashes in Pakistan capital Map of Islamabad Pakistan
  An Airbus A321 crashed as it was about to land, in heavy monsoon rain and poor visibility, killing all 152 people on board
 The domestic flight from the southern city of Karachi was operated by the private Pakistani airline Airblue
Jul.28   Barcelona Catalonia bans bullfighting Jul.28  Pakistan  Pakistan mourns air crash victims Jul.29  Congo  80 die in ferry accident Jul.30  Moscow  Medvedev orders army to fight wildfires Jul.30  Moscow  Rejected Russian boy back in orphanage Jul.30   NW Pakistan Deaths rise in South Asia monsoon Jul.30  Australia  Change call after Australia fires Jul.31   Russia   Wildfires:25 dead, thousands homeless
  The Russian government said it has sent some 240,000 people to fight the blazes, which are among the worst ever to hit the region
Jul.31   NW Pakistan Pakistan flooding death toll reaches 800
Jul.31  Ruhr  Thousands mourn Love Parade victims Jul.31  Southern Italy  Building collapse in Italy kills 3 Jul.31  NW Pakistan  Flooded Pakistan braced for more



World, July 2010 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2010 Jul.8   Global IMF warns on global economic recovery
Jul.9   Louisiana BP in fresh bid to plug oil leak Jul.10  Louisiana  BP in new attempt to plug oil leak Jul.12   Louisiana BP installs new sealing cap on leaking well Jul.13   Louisiana BP starting pressure test on well Jul.14  Hong Kong  HK lawmakers debate minimum wage Jul.14  Louisiana  Preparations for BP oil well test under way Jul.14   China China's economic growth eases  China's economy continued to grow at a robust pace last quarter, grew at an annual rate of 10.3 percent Jul.15  Louisiana  BP fixes leaking cap on oil well Jul.15   Louisiana   BP says oil has stopped leaking
  BP says it has temporarily stopped oil flowing into the Gulf of Mexico from its leaking well, the first time the flow has stopped since an explosion
 The well has been sealed with a cap as part of a test that could last up to 48 hours. Obama said the development was a 'positive sign'
Jul.15   U.S. Senate US financial reform passed by Senate
Jul.16  Louisiana  Capped well not leaking, BP says Jul.17   Louisiana BP oil well 'withstands pressure' Jul.17  Louisiana  BP extends testing of capped oil well Jul.18  Louisiana  Recapped Gulf oil well continues to hold Jul.21   Washington Obama signs financial reform law Jul.23   European Union Europe's big banks pass stress tests
  Officials led by the European Central Bank tested 91 banks, and most of banks passed stress tests aimed at shoring up confidence in the economy.    Seven banks have failed stress tests designed ...
Jul.23  Netherlands  Firm guilty of 'exporting toxic waste' Jul.23  Louisiana  Oil workers set to leave as storm nears Jul.24   Louisiana Oil spill vessels return to site Jul.25  United Kingdom  BP boss Hayward 'negotiates exit' Jul.26  London  BP boss set for 600,000 pension Jul.26  United Kingdom  BP set to announce record loss Jul.27   United Kingdom   BP ousts CEO Hayward
  Tony Hayward will step down amid ongoing outrage over the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and will be replaced by American Robert Dudley.    Hayward will receive a year's salary amounting to $1.6 million. Dudley...
Jul.29  San Francisco Bay Area  Google search working again in China Jul.30   USA US economic growth slows to 2.4%



World, July 2010 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2010 Jul.2   South Africa Dutch knock Brazil out of World Cup
Jul.2  Johannesburg  Uruguay beat Ghana on penalties Jul.2  London  Nadal thrashes Murray Jul.3   Cape Town Germans blow Argentina away 4-0 Jul.3   London Serena powers to fourth Wimbledon title Jul.3   Johannesburg Spain wins over Paraguay Jul.4   London Nadal regains Wimbledon crown Jul.4  Brazil  Football Federation fires Dunga as coach Jul.5  Nigeria  Nigeria 'drops team ban threat' Jul.6   Cape Town   Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final Map of Cape Town
  The Netherlands reached their third World Cup final with a 3-2 win over Uruguay in a dramatic semifinal.    Sneijder scored his fifth goal in South Africa and van Bronckhorst added one of the goals. Robben ...
Jul.7   South Africa   Spain reached the World Cup final Map of Durban South Africa
  A second-half header from Carles Puyol secured a narrow victory over Germany after an intriguing match
Jul.10  South Africa  Germany third at World Cup over Uruguay Jul.11   Johannesburg   Spain win World Cup in extra time Map of Johannesburg
  Andres Iniesta scores with four minutes left in extra time to give Spain their first World Cup with a 1-0 victory over the Netherlands
 Nelson Mandela is in the crowd. A game littered with 13 yellow cards and one red is settled by a moment of magic. Spain: Iker Casillas (capt); Sergio Ramos, Carles Puyol, Gerard Pique, Joan Capdevila; Sergio Busquets, Xabi Alonso; Andres Iniesta, Xavi, Pedro; David Villa Coach: Vicente Del Bosque (ESP) Referee: Howard Webb (ENG)
Jul.18  Scotland  Oosthuizen seals runaway win Jul.23  France  Entire France soccer squad suspended Jul.25   Paris Contador claims third Tour de France title Jul.25  Italy  Ferrari fined $100,000 but result stands Jul.27  Argentina  Maradona out as Argentine coach



World, July 2010 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2010 Jul.1   Lahore Suicide bombers hit shrine
Map of Lahore
  Three explosions erupted in and around Data Darbar, one of Pakistan's holiest Sufi shrines, killing 41 people and wounding 175.    Thousands of people were visiting the shrine at the time. It ho...
Jul.1  New York  Judge grants Russian spy suspect bail Jul.2   Virginia Spy suspects 'admit they are Russians' Jul.2  Virginia  Russian 'spy ring' suspects denied bail Jul.5   Iran Mother of two to be stoned to death Jul.7   Cuba Cuba to release 52 political prisoners
  The prisoners are set to be freed and will be allowed to leave the country, Cuba's Roman Catholic church announced in a written statement
Jul.7  Baghdad  Deadly bombings hit Iraq pilgrims Jul.8   Norway Arrests in Norway 'al-Qaeda' plot
Jul.8  Washington  US and Russia agree on 'spy exchange' Jul.8   Iran   Woman won't be stoned to death  The government is denying that a woman will be executed by stoning, though her death sentence may still be carried out by some other method Jul.8  Austria  US and Russian 'spy exchange' under way Jul.9   Austria   U.S., Russia swap spies Map of Vienna Austria
  The United States and Russia completed a spy swap Friday, exchanging the agents on chartered planes at an airport in Vienna
 The plane carrying 10 Russian agents, who were expelled from the United States for intelligence gathering, landed at Moscow's Domodedovo Airport. A US jet which picked up 4 Russians freed by the Kremlin has landed in Washington. It dropped two of them off in the UK en route
Jul.9  Tribal Areas  Blast in Pakistan's tribal region kills 56 Jul.9   Northern England Gunman Raoul Moat kills himself Jul.11   Uganda Twin blasts in Uganda capital kill 64 people Map of Kampala Uganda
  The blasts went off at a rugby club and at a restaurant, as football fans watched the World Cup final.    Another 65 people were...
Jul.12  Cuba  Seven freed dissidents leave for Spain Jul.15   Southern Iran 2 blasts kill at least 20 in southeast Iran   Two alleged suicide bombers were responsible for a pair of explosions in the southeastern Iranian city in front of the city's Grand Mosque Jul.16  North Mexico  Drug gang 'use car bomb' Jul.17   Southern France Grenoble rioters shoot at police Jul.18   Baghdad Baghdad suicide attack kills 43   The attacker targeted members of the Awakening Council as they waited to receive paychecks Jul.18  North Mexico  Party-goers gunned down Jul.23  North Mexico  Mass grave contains 21 bodies Jul.25  North Mexico  Prisoners 'freed for killings' Jul.25   Cambodia Former Khmer Rouge's Duch found guilty  Former Khmer Rouge prison chief, 67, has been found guilty of crimes against humanity by Cambodia's UN-backed war crimes tribunal Jul.28  Southern India  UK PM to Pakistan: Don't export terror Jul.28   North Mexico Four journalists held hostage Jul.29   France Woman buried 8 babies   French prosecutors charged a woman with murder after she admitted giving birth to and smothering eight babies over a 17-year period Jul.29  FBI  FBI to aid Afghan war leak probe Jul.29   Mexico Military 'kills' drug lord Ignacio Coronel   The government says security forces have killed Ignacio 'Nacho' Coronel, a top member of the powerful Sinaloa drug cartel Jul.30  USA  Wikileaks' Assange denies 'blood on hands'



World, July 2010 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2010 Jul.3  Baghdad  Biden arrives in Iraq for July 4 Jul.3  Congo  Fuel truck victims buried in mass graves Jul.4   Beirut   Hezbollah 'mentor' Fadlallah dies  Grand Ayatollah Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah, seen as a key figure in the founding of militant group Hezbollah, has died at the age of 7 Jul.4  Poland  Rivals even in presidential poll Jul.4   Poland Komorowski leads Polish presidential poll
  Bronislaw Komorowski, acting president and the governing party candidate, has regained the advantage in a close presidential election.    He has 52.6%, with rival J...
Jul.4  Congo  Mourning declared after tanker blast Jul.4  Mexico  Opposition set to win Mexico poll Jul.5   Iran Mother of two to be stoned to death
Jul.5  Turkey  Turkey threatens break with Israel Jul.5   Jerusalem   Israel unveils new blockade rules for Gaza  Israel announced that it will continue to restrict construction materials allowed into Gaza but will allow other items to be brought into Gaza... Jul.6   UN Queen Elizabeth praises U.N. efforts Jul.6   Washington Obama and Netanyahu urge Mid-East talk Jul.6  Sri Lanka  Protesters lay siege to U.N. compound Jul.7   Cuba Cuba to release 52 political prisoners
  The prisoners are set to be freed and will be allowed to leave the country, Cuba's Roman Catholic church announced in a written statement
Jul.8  Washington  US and Russia agree on 'spy exchange' Jul.8   Iran   Woman won't be stoned to death  The government is denying that a woman will be executed by stoning, though her death sentence may still be carried out by some other method Jul.9   Austria   U.S., Russia swap spies
Map of Vienna Austria
  The United States and Russia completed a spy swap Friday, exchanging the agents on chartered planes at an airport in Vienna
 The plane carrying 10 Russian agents, who were expelled from the United States for intelligence gathering, landed at Moscow's Domodedovo Airport. A US jet which picked up 4 Russians freed by the Kremlin has landed in Washington. It dropped two of them off in the UK en route
Jul.10  England  $1M Roman treasure unearthed Jul.10  Cuba  Rare pictures show smiling Castro Jul.11   Japan   Japan's PM 'to lose key majority'  The ruling DPJ party of PM Naoto Kan will lose control of the upper house of parliament after Sunday's election, exit polls suggest Jul.12   Cuba   Castro rips U.S. in rare TV appearance  Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro: The United States is pushing for what would become nuclear wars against Iran and North Korea Jul.12  Jerusalem  Israeli review: Force against ships justified Jul.12  Cuba  Seven freed dissidents leave for Spain Jul.13   Washington Iran nuclear scientist free to leave US   The US insists that Shahram Amiri who has turned up in the country is there voluntarily and is free to leave Jul.14  Hong Kong  HK lawmakers debate minimum wage Jul.14  Tehran  Iranian scientist back in Tehran Jul.14   North Korea N Korea in talks with UN Command Jul.15   Argentina   Argentina legalises gay marriage
  Argentina has become the first country in Latin America to legalise gay marriage after the Senate voted in favour
Jul.15   U.S. Senate US financial reform passed by Senate
Jul.15  Egypt  Ship unloads aid at Egyptian port Jul.16   Australia New Australian PM to call for elections  Prime Minister Julia Gillard was expected on Saturday to call for a national election, according to her office Jul.16   Venezuela Venezuela recalls ambassador to Colombia Jul.18   Pakistan Clinton in Pakistan to bolster relations Jul.18  Washington  US seeks BP well cap release plan Jul.19  Kabul  Karzai seeks greater aid control Jul.19  London  Cameron agrees Lockerbie meeting Jul.20   Kabul Powers back Afghan takeover date  A major conference on Afghanistan has endorsed Karzai's goal that Afghan forces should lead security operations across the country by 2014 Jul.20   Washington Lockerbie bomber release 'not BP's fault' Jul.20   South Korea Clinton and Gates visit Korea DMZ Jul.21  Northern England  Scientists discover monster star Jul.21   Chad Chad rules out arresting Sudan leader Jul.21   Washington Obama signs financial reform law Jul.21  North Korea  North Korea criticises new US sanctions Jul.22   Venezuela Venezuela breaks relations with Colombia
  Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said that he is breaking off relations with Colombia. He called President Uribe 'crazed'.    The Organization of American States meets to discuss Colombia...
Jul.22  Netherlands  Court rules Kosovo independence legal Jul.23  North Korea  N Korea warns of nuclear response Jul.23  Global  Rallies for jailed Iranian woman Jul.27   Uganda More AU troops to Somalia   The African Union summit ended without a resolution to change the mandate of its mission in Somalia from peacekeeping to peace enforcing Jul.28   Arizona Judge blocks part of AZ immigration law
Jul.28   Barcelona Catalonia bans bullfighting Jul.28  Southern India  UK PM to Pakistan: Don't export terror Jul.28  Pakistan  Pakistan mourns air crash victims Jul.28   North Mexico Four journalists held hostage Jul.29  Arizona  Arizona to challenge law blocks Jul.29   Beirut   Syria and Saudi leaders in Beirut  President Bashar al-Assad and King Abdullah are set to pay a joint visit to Lebanon. UN to indicts members of the Hezbollah for Hariri's ass... Jul.30  Moscow  Medvedev orders army to fight wildfires Jul.30  Australia  Change call after Australia fires Jul.31  Iraq  Saddam-era official issues message Jul.31  Ruhr  Thousands mourn Love Parade victims Jul.31  Brazil  Brazil leader offers asylum to Iran woman