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01-04 US urges action on insider leaks Washington
2. 01-05 Ambassador to Libya may be replaced Washington
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G. 03-02 New 'Wikileaks' soldier charges USA
7. 03-13 Wikileaks row: US official quits Washington
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J. 03-23 H1N1 outbreak in Venezuelan state Merida, Venezuela

  IMF: Collective action needed now  IMF chief Christine Lagarde has called for countries to "act now and act together" to keep on the path to economic recovery   IMF promises support for economy   The IMF says it will take decisive action to tackle the eurozone debt crisis and support the global economy TB smoking toll 'could reach 40m'  Forty million smokers could die from TB by 2050, research suggests   Tributes flood in for Steve Jobs  World and business leaders have been paying tribute to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who has died at the age of 56 from pancreatic cancer Wikileaks halts file publishing  The whistle-blowing website is suspending its publication of classified files. It would focus instead on raising funds to ensure its future survival   World population has reached 7 billion
US urges action on insider leaks Ambassador to Libya may be replaced US 'wants Wikileaks Twitter data' Global Nazi investigations rise Blatter gives green light to technology New 'Wikileaks' soldier charges Wikileaks row: US official quits Sex domain given final approval H1N1 outbreak in Venezuelan state Executions falling, says Amnesty US Wikileaks suspect to be moved Guantanamo 'locked up innocents' Bradley Manning 'out of isolation' Anti-Semitic incidents down, but still high Global banks held Libyan assets New record in world CO2 emissions  Worldwide carbon emissions hit a record high last year, casting doubt on plans to limit global temperature rises to 2C Food prices 'will double by 2030' Global war on drugs has 'failed'  The Global Commission on Drug Policy report calls for the legalisation of some drugs and an end to the criminalisation of drug users   IMF hit by 'major' cyber attack  The International Monetary Fund has been targeted by a sophisticated cyber attack. The staff it had detected suspicious file transfers IMF chooses Lagarde and Carstens Diabetes rate 'doubles' worldwide LulzSec hacking group 'disbands'  A hacker group that has attacked several high-profile websites over the last two months has announced that it is disbanding Gold tops record price of $1,600   Global markets destabilized  Turbulence and uncertainty dominated the financial markets as a lack of investor and trader confidence continued to drive share values downw... Gold hits record high of $1,900  The price of gold has crossed $1,900 per ounce mark for the first time on growing concerns about a slowdown in the global economy Anger at Wikileaks mass release  Wikileaks completes the release of more than a quarter of a million US diplomatic cables with no names removed, sparking anger   IMF: World economy in 'dangerous phase'  The global economy has entered a "dangerous new phase," the IMF says, warning that the US and Europe could fall back into recession   Assange angry over memoir release  Wikileaks founder has accused a UK publisher of a breach of contract for releasing drafts of his autobiography without his approval Shares sink over growth worries


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  WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange lost a court battle to stay in the UK and will be extradited to Sweden to face questioning over sex charges
Nov.17 FIFA chief told to step down Nov.22   Landmine use 'highest since 2004'  More countries deployed anti-personnel mines last year than in any year since 2004, an international survey of landmines has found Nov.30   World banks announce joint action plan
  Some of the world's biggest central banks have announced a program of co-ordinated action designed to support the global financial system.    The US Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank (ECB), the Bank...


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Dec.16     Wikileaks suspect lawyer claims bias
  Defence representing the Army analyst Bradley Manning accused of leaking government secrets have asked the investigating officer to step aside Dec.30   Global markets ending a wild 2011  World stock markets are rounding off a wild and difficult year Dec.31   Revellers mark turn of the year
  Revellers around the world are celebrating the end of 2011 and are seeing in 2012





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Global Nazi investigations rise New 'Wikileaks' soldier charges Bradley Manning 'out of isolation' Landmine use 'highest since 2004'  More countries deployed anti-personnel mines last year than in any year since 2004, an international survey of landmines has found   Wikileaks suspect lawyer claims bias  Defence representing the Army analyst Bradley Manning accused of leaking government secrets have asked the investigating officer to step aside H1N1 outbreak in Venezuelan state New record in world CO2 emissions  Worldwide carbon emissions hit a record high last year, casting doubt on plans to limit global temperature rises to 2C Diabetes rate 'doubles' worldwide TB smoking toll 'could reach 40m'  Forty million smokers could die from TB by 2050, research suggests Sex domain given final approval Global banks held Libyan assets Food prices 'will double by 2030'   IMF hit by 'major' cyber attack  The International Monetary Fund has been targeted by a sophisticated cyber attack. The staff it had detected suspicious file transfers Gold tops record price of $1,600   Global markets destabilized  Turbulence and uncertainty dominated the financial markets as a lack of investor and trader confidence continued to drive share values downw... Gold hits record high of $1,900  The price of gold has crossed $1,900 per ounce mark for the first time on growing concerns about a slowdown in the global economy   IMF: World economy in 'dangerous phase'  The global economy has entered a "dangerous new phase," the IMF says, warning that the US and Europe could fall back into recession Shares sink over growth worries




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  World stock markets have dropped sharply after a series of grim warnings over prospects for the global economy
Sep.23   IMF: Collective action needed now  IMF chief Christine Lagarde has called for countries to "act now and act together" to keep on the path to economic recovery Sep.24   IMF promises support for economy   The IMF says it will take decisive action to tackle the eurozone debt crisis and support the global economy Oct.31   World 'on verge of new recession'  The International Labour Organization: The global economy is on the verge of a new and deeper jobs recession that may ignite social unrest Nov.30 World banks announce joint action plan
  Some of the world's biggest central banks have announced a program of co-ordinated action designed to support the global financial system.    The US Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank (ECB), the Bank...
Dec.30 Global markets ending a wild 2011  World stock markets are rounding off a wild and difficult year Dec.31 Revellers mark turn of the year
  Revellers around the world are celebrating the end of 2011 and are seeing in 2012




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2011 Jan.13 Blatter gives green light to technology Nov.17 FIFA chief told to step down



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2011 Jan.12 Global Nazi investigations rise
Mar.2 New 'Wikileaks' soldier charges Mar.27 Executions falling, says Amnesty Apr.19 US Wikileaks suspect to be moved Apr.24 Guantanamo 'locked up innocents' Apr.29 Bradley Manning 'out of isolation' May.1 Anti-Semitic incidents down, but still high Jun.1 Global war on drugs has 'failed'  The Global Commission on Drug Policy report calls for the legalisation of some drugs and an end to the criminalisation of drug users Jun.11   IMF hit by 'major' cyber attack  The International Monetary Fund has been targeted by a sophisticated cyber attack. The staff it had detected suspicious file transfers Jun.26 LulzSec hacking group 'disbands'  A hacker group that has attacked several high-profile websites over the last two months has announced that it is disbanding Nov.2   Assange loses fight against extradition
  WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange lost a court battle to stay in the UK and will be extradited to Sweden to face questioning over sex charges
Dec.16   Wikileaks suspect lawyer claims bias  Defence representing the Army analyst Bradley Manning accused of leaking government secrets have asked the investigating officer to step aside



Global, 2011 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2011 Jan.4 US urges action on insider leaks Jan.5 Ambassador to Libya may be replaced Jan.7 US 'wants Wikileaks Twitter data' Jan.12 Global Nazi investigations rise Mar.13 Wikileaks row: US official quits Jun.13 IMF chooses Lagarde and Carstens Sep.2 Anger at Wikileaks mass release  Wikileaks completes the release of more than a quarter of a million US diplomatic cables with no names removed, sparking anger Sep.21   Assange angry over memoir release  Wikileaks founder has accused a UK publisher of a breach of contract for releasing drafts of his autobiography without his approval Oct.6   Tributes flood in for Steve Jobs   World and business leaders have been paying tribute to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who has died at the age of 56 from pancreatic cancer Oct.24 Wikileaks halts file publishing  The whistle-blowing website is suspending its publication of classified files. It would focus instead on raising funds to ensure its future survival Oct.31   World population has reached 7 billion
  The U.N. announces that the world population has reached 7 billion. CNN's Richard Roth tries to survive.
Nov.2   Assange loses fight against extradition
  WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange lost a court battle to stay in the UK and will be extradited to Sweden to face questioning over sex charges
Nov.17 FIFA chief told to step down