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Controlling Explorer - Catching events

How do I catch events from a web browser hosted in my application?
I host it by adding a reference to SHDocVw and then adding it to my form.
Right now I can tell it to fetch a page using Navigate2() and show my html
using (IPersistStream Init)->Load().
I want to know how I hock to events that are happening, so I can show on my
status bar when hover on a link, or open a new browser window when clicking
on a link.
Doing it using C#, but I can read VB.NET code if I have to.
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