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  US Marine helicopter missing after Nepal earthquake  Department of Defense confirms six U.S. Marines and two Nepalese soldiers were onboard   Nepal quake: 'Nine out of 10 soldiers' in rescue mission
  Helicopter carrying U.S. Marines found Map of Charikot Nepal


year 2015 Top ^

May.15
  The pilot of the U.S. Marine helicopter that went missing on a earthquake relief mission in Nepal was Capt. Chris Norgren of Wichita
May.12
Apr.27
  Nine out of 10 troops are said to be involved in search and rescue operations, as the country pleads for more foreign aid to deal with a massive quake



year 2013 Top ^

Jan.5


year 2009 Top ^

May.3


year 2006 Top ^

Nov.21
  Multi-party government and Maoist rebels signed a landmark accord that declared a formal end to a civil war
Apr.26 Rebels declare ceasefire
  Maoists declared a 3-month unilateral ceasefire to reflect their desire for the formation of a special assembly
 The insurgents will refrain from attacks to give the country a chance as a new government prepares to take control The insurgents backed 3 weeks of pro-democracy protests to unseat the king
Apr.23   Gunbattles, curfew wrack Nepal  Protests against the king continue. Maoist rebels battle security forces in the town of Chautara Feb.8 Six dead as Nepalis vote  A rebel attack and the army's shooting of protesters marred the first elections in 7 years, as few voters turned out Jan.22   21 killed in remote clash   15 Maoist rebels and 6 soldiers died in an armed confrontation that occurred in an area south of Kathmandu

year 2005 Top ^

Sep.3   Maoists declare ceasefire  Rebel leader said the Maoists would 'not launch any offensive' during the three-month truce Jul.25 Children suffer in conflict  Amnesty International: Children are being killed, tortured and raped by both sides in the civil war Mar.17   Nepal 'near humanitarian abyss'  Conflict between security forces and Maoists has left civilians and refugees exposed and cut off from aid supplies Feb.18 King backs coup on Democracy Day  King Gyanendra is saying on the Democracy Day that there had been growing disillusionment with the system

year 2004 Top ^

Nov.21   Clashes claim 46 lives  At least 36 Maoist rebels and 10 security personnel were killed at Pandon village in Kailali district Aug.31 Militants: 12 Nepalese 'killed'
   Iraq: A Web site posted gruesome images of beheading one of the Nepalis and shooting to death 11 more


year 2003 Top ^

Aug.11   Peace call amid violence  The government has urged Maoists to stick to a ceasefire and take part in peace negotiations

year 2002 Top ^

Nov.15     Maoists launch major offensives  Rebels have struck 2 mountain towns, killing at least 68 police and soldiers Sep.22 Army says 49 rebels killed Sep.9 Maoists struck town Apr.11 'Dozens killed' in rebel attack Feb.21 Rebels kill 32 police officers Feb.17 100 killed by Maoists
  Cabinet has ordered security stepped up after two separate but simultaneous attacks by rebels on government installations Jan.4 Pakistan offers hand of friendship  Vajpayee, India's prime minister has cautiously welcomed offer at a regional summit

year 2001 Top ^

Dec.9   Up to 60 Maoists have been killed
  The army has killed rebels who attacked a telephone repeater station Jul.7 Rebels kill 34 in police attacks
  Suspected Maoist rebels raided 7 police stations killing the policemen and abducting dozens of others Apr.6 Suspected Rebels Kill 27 Policemen  Suspected Maoist rebels, Communist Party of Nepal, attacked a police post in a village


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1. 2015-05-15 Helicopter carrying U.S. Marines found Charikot, Nepal
2. 2015-05-12 US Marine helicopter missing after Nepal earthquake Nepal
3. 2015-04-27 Nepal quake: 'Nine out of 10 soldiers' in rescue mission Nepal
E. 2009-05-03 President tells general to stay Nepal
2006-11-21 Government, rebels sign peace accord Nepal
G. 2006-04-26 Rebels declare ceasefire Nepal
H. 2006-04-23 Gunbattles, curfew wrack Nepal Nepal
I. 2006-02-08 Six dead as Nepalis vote Nepal



    
    

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Nepal, War & Army Military to Rescue Timeline ... See World Military to Rescue timeline Top ^
2015
Apr.27
  Nine out of 10 troops are said to be involved in search and rescue operations, as the country pleads for more foreign aid to deal with a massive quake




Nepal, War & Army Rebellion Timeline ... See World Rebellion timeline Top ^
2006 Apr.23 Gunbattles, curfew wrack Nepal
  Protests against the king continue. Maoist rebels battle security forces in the town of Chautara Feb.8 Six dead as Nepalis vote  A rebel attack and the army's shooting of protesters marred the first elections in 7 years, as few voters turned out Jan.22 21 killed in remote clash   15 Maoist rebels and 6 soldiers died in an armed confrontation that occurred in an area south of Kathmandu 2005 Sep.3   Maoists declare ceasefire  Rebel leader said the Maoists would 'not launch any offensive' during the three-month truce 2004 Nov.21   Clashes claim 46 lives  At least 36 Maoist rebels and 10 security personnel were killed at Pandon village in Kailali district 2003 Aug.11   Peace call amid violence  The government has urged Maoists to stick to a ceasefire and take part in peace negotiations 2002 Nov.15   Maoists launch major offensives  Rebels have struck 2 mountain towns, killing at least 68 police and soldiers Sep.22 Army says 49 rebels killed Sep.9 Maoists struck town Apr.11 'Dozens killed' in rebel attack Feb.21 Rebels kill 32 police officers Feb.17 100 killed by Maoists  Cabinet has ordered security stepped up after two separate but simultaneous attacks by rebels on government installations 2001 Dec.9   Up to 60 Maoists have been killed  The army has killed rebels who attacked a telephone repeater station Jul.7 Rebels kill 34 in police attacks  Suspected Maoist rebels raided 7 police stations killing the policemen and abducting dozens of others Apr.6 Suspected Rebels Kill 27 Policemen  Suspected Maoist rebels, Communist Party of Nepal, attacked a police post in a village



Nepal, War & Army War Crime Timeline ... See World War Crime timeline Top ^
2013 Jan.5 Nepalese colonel faces torture charges in UK court  London: Kumar Lama, 46, will appear in a British court Saturday to face torture charges linked to his alleged actions during his country's civil war 2005 Jul.25 Children suffer in conflict  Amnesty International: Children are being killed, tortured and raped by both sides in the civil war 2004 Aug.31 Militants: 12 Nepalese 'killed'
   Iraq: A Web site posted gruesome images of beheading one of the Nepalis and shooting to death 11 more




Nepal, War & Army Peace Efforts Timeline ... See World Peace Efforts timeline Top ^
2006 Nov.21 Government, rebels sign peace accord
  Multi-party government and Maoist rebels signed a landmark accord that declared a formal end to a civil war
Apr.26 Rebels declare ceasefire
  Maoists declared a 3-month unilateral ceasefire to reflect their desire for the formation of a special assembly
 The insurgents will refrain from attacks to give the country a chance as a new government prepares to take control The insurgents backed 3 weeks of pro-democracy protests to unseat the king
2002 Jan.4 Pakistan offers hand of friendship  Vajpayee, India's prime minister has cautiously welcomed offer at a regional summit



Nepal, War & Army Coup Timeline ... See World Coup timeline Top ^
2005 Feb.18 King backs coup on Democracy Day  King Gyanendra is saying on the Democracy Day that there had been growing disillusionment with the system



Nepal, War & Army Military Leaders Timeline ... See World Military Leaders timeline Top ^
2009 May.3 President tells general to stay  Ram Baran Yadav has ordered General Rookmangud Katawal, the head of the army, to remain in office despite his dismissal by the prime minister



Nepal, War & Army Marines Timeline ... See World Marines timeline Top ^
2015 May.15   Helicopter carrying U.S. Marines found Map of Charikot Nepal
  The pilot of the U.S. Marine helicopter that went missing on a earthquake relief mission in Nepal was Capt. Chris Norgren of Wichita
May.12   US Marine helicopter missing after Nepal earthquake  Department of Defense confirms six U.S. Marines and two Nepalese soldiers were onboard