Monday, July 3:
Phnom Penh, Cambodia – Cambodian and foreign judicial officials are to be sworn in for a UN-assisted tribunal to try former Khmer Rouge leaders for genocide and crimes against humanity. No trial date has been set.
Wednesday, July 5:
Washington – Georgia's President Mikhael Saakashvili meets President Bush.
Brussels – Deadline by the Group of Eight industrialized nations for Iran to respond to incentives to curb its nuclear fuel program. Iran has said it will not respond until next month.
Skopje, Macedonia – Parliamentary elections.
Caracas, Venezuela – Venezuelans mark independence from Spain in 1811.
Thursday, July 6:
Washington – Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper meets President Bush.
Calcutta, India – Nathula Pass, a key trading route between India and Tibet, is to be reopened after 44 years. It was closed during the 1962 Sino-Indian War.
Friday, July 7:
London – The first anniversary of 7/7, when four suicide bombers killed 52 commuters in attacks on three London subway trains and a double-decker bus.
Friday, July 8:
Berlin – Championship match of soccer's World Cup tournament.
York, England – The Church of England opens its General Synod amid tensions in the worldwide Anglican Communion over acceptance of female and gay priests and bishops.