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Tropical Storm Dean  Storm loomed over the eastern Caribbean. Storm warning is in effect for the Bahamas, the Turks and Caicos Islands U.S. Singer Killed in Plane Crash
First woman governor Slain Irish nun buried Czech citizens to be tried Castro accuses Czechs of spying Cuba frees jailed Czechs  2 prominent Czech were freed after they admitted they broke law by meeting with dissidents Haiti talks break down Aristide sworn in for 2nd term Cuban diplomat shot to death Cuba squeezes private business Plane crash kills 20 Bombing exercises resume Protest greets Vieques exercises Opposition rejects Aristide's plan Arms shipments to Cuba  U.S. Assistant Secretary of State said that China had delivered arms to Cuba. It could hurt Sino-U.S. ties Fighting erupts, leaving 4 dead  Security forces exchanged gunfire with gang members. 2 dozen people were injured Army to quell violence  Prime minister ordered the army deployed to restore calm after 3 days of politically charged violence that has killed 20   Violence halted   The streets of Kingston were relatively quiet after military moved in to halt running gunbattles between street gangs   Bush takes tougher Cuba line  President confirmed support for economic and travel sanctions and denounced the Communist government Plane from Florida crashes in Cuba   A man rented a small plane in the Florida Keys. The plane flipped over in Havana Fishermen stall Navy exercises  30 fishermen invaded federal waters on 3rd day of ship-to-shore shelling on Vieques   Castro marks 75th birthday


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  Dictator is firmly in charge
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  Aaliyah was killed with 7 other in small passenger plane that burst into flames at taking off


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  The Lourdes station, a radar base, with 1,500 Russians, is too expensive to maintain


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Nov.4     Michelle menacing Cuba
  Extremely dangerous hurricane is expected to blast Cuba with heavy rain and strong winds
    Hurricane Michelle slows  Wnds up to 75mph and rains have caused mass evacuations, floods, and tidal surges Nov.9   Cayman leader ousted  Legislators have voted to oust Kurt Tibbetts, the British Caribbean territory's chief minister Nov.12   Jet crashes, killing 260 Map of Queens New York
  An American Airlines plane crashed in a residential neighborhood after taking off, killing all 255 people on board
Nov.16   PM recovers after collapse  P.J. Patterson collapsed at a political function in Greater Portmore Nov.18   Friends, family mourn Flight 587  265 people perished in fiery crash of an American Airlines jet bound for the Dominican Republic Nov.23     Ibero-American summit without Castro  For the first time, Cuba's President will not attend the annual gathering of Latin and Caribbean nations' heads of states

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Dec.11   Parties tied in elections
  Basdeo Panday, first prime minister of East Indian descent, and the black-dominated opposition had each won 18 seats Dec.16     US food arrives in Cuba  A freighter is carrying the first commercial shipment of food from the US Dec.17   Gunman stage coup attempt  Commandos stormed National Palace. The attackers were pushed back in an intense exchange of gunfire





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Bombing exercises resume Protest greets Vieques exercises   Violence halted   The streets of Kingston were relatively quiet after military moved in to halt running gunbattles between street gangs Fishermen stall Navy exercises  30 fishermen invaded federal waters on 3rd day of ship-to-shore shelling on Vieques Russia shuts Cuba spy base




Caribbean Antilles, 2001 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
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  The Lourdes station, a radar base, with 1,500 Russians, is too expensive to maintain
Dec.17 Gunman stage coup attempt  Commandos stormed National Palace. The attackers were pushed back in an intense exchange of gunfire



Caribbean Antilles, 2001 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2001 Mar.24 Plane crash kills 20
Jul.31 Plane from Florida crashes in Cuba   A man rented a small plane in the Florida Keys. The plane flipped over in Havana Aug.22 Tropical Storm Dean  Storm loomed over the eastern Caribbean. Storm warning is in effect for the Bahamas, the Turks and Caicos Islands Aug.25 U.S. Singer Killed in Plane Crash
  Aaliyah was killed with 7 other in small passenger plane that burst into flames at taking off
Oct.6 Hurricane Iris threatens Caribbean  3 people have been killed as Hurricane sweeps towards Jamaica Nov.4   Michelle menacing Cuba
  Extremely dangerous hurricane is expected to blast Cuba with heavy rain and strong winds
Nov.4   Hurricane Michelle slows  Wnds up to 75mph and rains have caused mass evacuations, floods, and tidal surges Nov.12 Jet crashes, killing 260 Map of Queens New York
  An American Airlines plane crashed in a residential neighborhood after taking off, killing all 255 people on board
Nov.16 PM recovers after collapse  P.J. Patterson collapsed at a political function in Greater Portmore Nov.18 Friends, family mourn Flight 587  265 people perished in fiery crash of an American Airlines jet bound for the Dominican Republic



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2001 Oct.7 U.S. qualifies for World Cup




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2001 Mar.11 Cuba squeezes private business
Jun.12 Arms shipments to Cuba  U.S. Assistant Secretary of State said that China had delivered arms to Cuba. It could hurt Sino-U.S. ties Dec.16   US food arrives in Cuba  A freighter is carrying the first commercial shipment of food from the US



Caribbean Antilles, 2001 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.6 Slain Irish nun buried
Jan.17 Czech citizens to be tried Feb.3 Castro accuses Czechs of spying Feb.15 Cuban diplomat shot to death Jul.7 Fighting erupts, leaving 4 dead  Security forces exchanged gunfire with gang members. 2 dozen people were injured Jul.9 Army to quell violence  Prime minister ordered the army deployed to restore calm after 3 days of politically charged violence that has killed 20



Caribbean Antilles, 2001 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.2 First woman governor
Jan.17 Czech citizens to be tried Feb.3 Castro accuses Czechs of spying Feb.5 Cuba frees jailed Czechs  2 prominent Czech were freed after they admitted they broke law by meeting with dissidents Feb.6 Haiti talks break down Feb.7 Aristide sworn in for 2nd term Apr.27 Bombing exercises resume Apr.28 Protest greets Vieques exercises Jun.5 Opposition rejects Aristide's plan Jul.14   Bush takes tougher Cuba line  President confirmed support for economic and travel sanctions and denounced the Communist government Aug.4 Fishermen stall Navy exercises  30 fishermen invaded federal waters on 3rd day of ship-to-shore shelling on Vieques Aug.13   Castro marks 75th birthday
  Dictator is firmly in charge
Nov.9 Cayman leader ousted  Legislators have voted to oust Kurt Tibbetts, the British Caribbean territory's chief minister Nov.16 PM recovers after collapse  P.J. Patterson collapsed at a political function in Greater Portmore Nov.23   Ibero-American summit without Castro  For the first time, Cuba's President will not attend the annual gathering of Latin and Caribbean nations' heads of states Dec.11 Parties tied in elections  Basdeo Panday, first prime minister of East Indian descent, and the black-dominated opposition had each won 18 seats