#1Jan 1st, 2006
CRASH SITE: Firemen extinguish a fire near the tail fin of the Helios Airways 737 jet carrying 115 passengers and 6 crew which crashed into mountains near Grammatiko some 45 km of Athens. All 121 people on board died in the crash which apparently happened after a loss of cabin pressure. The crash is Greece's worst-ever air disaster.
DISASTER SCENE: The Russian mini-submarine trapped 190m (620 ft) down off the Kamchatka peninsula in the Russian Far East is seen in this underwater video image.
JULY 7, 2005: In this image provided by commuter Alexander Chadwick, taken on his mobile phone camera, passengers are evacuated from an underground train in a tunnel near Kings Cross station.
REMEMBERED: Police and search workers join ordinary people in the street for the two-minute silence at King's Cross station where the biggest loss of life occurred in the July 7th attacks.
TARGET: Tempel 1, half the size of Manhattan, is seen by the onboard cameras of the Deep Impact probe on final approach. The mission aims to uncover the building blocks of life on Earth by blasting into the surface of a comet.
AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS: A veiled woman pushes a baby stroller past an election billboard reading "EU constitution — no thanks", calling on the Dutch electorate to vote against the European Union constitution in Amsterdam.
Non: Supporters of the "yes" vote in the EU referendum gather outside the Opera Bastille in Paris, Saturday, May 14, 2005. Poster reads: "Your yes will carry the germs of a better Europe. Vote Yes".
Monday, May 9, 2005: Chinese President Hu Jintao, Russian President Vladimir Putin, US President George W. Bush, French President Jaques Chirac and United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan were among more than 50 world leaders attending the wreath laying ceremony at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the Kremlin wall as part of commemorations marking the 60th anniversary of the end of the Second World War.
Tuesday, April 26, 2005: Syrian soldiers parade during a farewell ceremony at the Rayak army air base in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley.
Wednesday, April 27, 2005: The massive Airbus 380 doubledecker superjumbo looks as light as a feather high above the clouds on its maiden flight. The 555-seat plane — the world's largest passenger jet — took off from Blagnac near Toulouse, southwestern France, before landing there again some hours later. The A380 is expected to enter service with airlines worldwide in mid-2006