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Summary.     Click for More > 60 die in freak storms Anti-U.S. protests continue Hundreds of refugees drown Map of Java Indonesia  350 mainly Iraqi migrants have drowned off Java. 400 people have been on board the boat 2 die after refugee boat set alight Malaysia, Indonesia to send troops  A unit of between 700 and 1,000 Indonesian soldiers was being readied to leave Suharto's fugitive son arrested  Hutomo 'Tommy' Mandala Putra was found sleeping in a rented house Indonesia has al Qaeda camps Tommy Suharto visits ill father Train crash kills 42
Parliament acts against Wahid Troops go to Borneo Borneo police ordered to shoot Cabinet issues plea to parliament U.N. cries foul over Timor verdict Wahid orders crisis measures Graft charges lifted against Wahid Police on full alert One dead in protest violence Wahid defiant in face of impeachment  Parliament overwhelmingly passed a censure motion demanding president be impeached. He had no intention of quitting Wahid unleashes cabinet reshuffle Wahid impeachment begin Wahid declares state of emergency Megawati takes presidency
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  Megawati Sukarnoputri has been sworn in as the 5th president after a parliamentary vote to force out Wahid
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Parliament acts against Wahid  The results of an inquiry that implicates President in 2 corruption scandals have been accepted by parliamen Strong earthquake Thousands flee Borneo violence Thousands trapped as Borneo killings Troops go to Borneo  Violence has spread fears for an economic collapse unless the government stops the killings Borneo police ordered to shoot  Chief of police has ordered to shoot any rioters on sight to quell 10 days of bloodshed. 400 Madurese have been killed Police fire on Dayak protesters Peace mission ends in bloodshed Kalimantan killing continues Killer crush mars pop outing Cabinet issues plea to parliament  Cabinet has appealed not to censure President Wahid a second time since the move could result in renewed violence Wahid prayer rally marred by blasts U.N. cries foul over Timor verdict  UNHCR Commissioner has blasted the light sentences on 6 men involved in the killing of 3 of its aid workers Wahid expects to be impeached Megawati warns of nation breakup Wahid orders crisis measures  President has called on his security minister to take special steps to ensure security and uphold order Graft charges lifted against Wahid  Attorney-general has cleared President of wrongdoing over scandals that triggered a push toward impeachment Police on full alert  The alert status was moved up to level one as fears of political violence spreads One dead in protest violence  Security forces tried to disperse hundreds of protesters. Parliament will decide Wahid's political future Wahid defiant in face of impeachment


January 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jan.11  Major volcano warning
Jan.30  Scandals linked to Wahid
Jan.31  Pirate attacks


February 2001 ... more > Top ^
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Feb.5  Wahid supporters protest
Feb.6  Army opposes early impeachment
Feb.7  Opposition offices targeted
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March 2001 ... more > Top ^
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April 2001 ... more > Top ^
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May 2001 ... more > Top ^
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  Parliament overwhelmingly passed a censure motion demanding president be impeached. He had no intention of quitting


June 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jun.1   Wahid unleashes cabinet reshuffle
  Isolated president appointed a supporter of Megawati to a key post. 4 ministers were sacked Jun.12 Ailing Suharto rushed to hospital Jun.13 Workers clash with police Jun.15 Immigrant boat captured

July 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jul.21 21 dead in Aceh violence
  Wahid impeachment begin  Wahid will boycott People's Consultative Assembly which launched formal proceedings against President Bomb blast injures 19 churchgoers Jul.22   Wahid declares state of emergency  President ordered parliament disbanded, called for new elections and ordered the police and military to secure nation Jul.23   Megawati takes presidency
  Megawati Sukarnoputri has been sworn in as the 5th president after a parliamentary vote to force out Wahid
Jul.26 Wahid leaves Indonesia Jul.30 Push for Indonesia military ties Jul.31   60 die in freak storms Map of Nias Indonesia  Rain triggered floods and landslides that buried 5 villages on Nias island. Hundreds remain unaccounted for

August 2001 ... more > Top ^
Aug.1 Rescuers locate missing villagers
Aug.9 Gunmen kill 31 Aug.10 Suharto family will surrender son Aug.15 Megawati apologises for abuses

September 2001 ... more > Top ^
Sep.4 War of words in refugee row
Sep.8 200 asylum seekers intercepted Sep.19 Bush met Megawati

October 2001 ... more > Top ^
Oct.6 Refugee children thrown from ship
Oct.9   Anti-U.S. protests continue  5 protesters have been killed during demonstrations in Pakistan. Indonesian police open fire at students Oct.22   Hundreds of refugees drown
Map of Java Indonesia
  350 mainly Iraqi migrants have drowned off Java. 400 people have been on board the boat


November 2001 ... more > Top ^
Nov.6 People smuggler arrested
Nov.8   2 die after refugee boat set alight  Indonesian boat carrying asylum seekers sank after it have been deliberately set on fire Nov.18   Malaysia, Indonesia to send troops
  A unit of between 700 and 1,000 Indonesian soldiers was being readied to leave
Nov.28   Suharto's fugitive son arrested
  Hutomo 'Tommy' Mandala Putra was found sleeping in a rented house


December 2001 ... more > Top ^
Dec.3 Muslims, Christians clashed Dec.12   Indonesia has al Qaeda camps  Intelligence chief has said al Qaeda have training camps on Sulawesi island Dec.17     Tommy Suharto visits ill father  Police have allowed the favourite son of former President Suharto, who is 80, to visit him in hospital Dec.24   Train crash kills 42  2 passenger trains packed with holiday makers have collided


Troops go to Borneo  Violence has spread fears for an economic collapse unless the government stops the killings Peace mission ends in bloodshed 21 dead in Aceh violence Malaysia, Indonesia to send troops




Indonesia, 2001 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
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Feb.6  Army opposes early impeachment
Feb.26
Mar.8
Jul.21
Nov.18
  A unit of between 700 and 1,000 Indonesian soldiers was being readied to leave




Indonesia, 2001 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.11  Major volcano warning Feb.14 Strong earthquake
Feb.23 Thousands flee Borneo violence Mar.18 Killer crush mars pop outing Jul.31 60 die in freak storms
Map of Nias Indonesia  Rain triggered floods and landslides that buried 5 villages on Nias island. Hundreds remain unaccounted for Aug.1 Rescuers locate missing villagers Sep.4 War of words in refugee row Oct.6 Refugee children thrown from ship Oct.22 Hundreds of refugees drown
Map of Java Indonesia
  350 mainly Iraqi migrants have drowned off Java. 400 people have been on board the boat
Nov.8 2 die after refugee boat set alight  Indonesian boat carrying asylum seekers sank after it have been deliberately set on fire Dec.24 Train crash kills 42  2 passenger trains packed with holiday makers have collided



Indonesia, 2001 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2001 Jun.13 Workers clash with police




Indonesia, 2001 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.30  Scandals linked to Wahid Jan.31  Pirate attacks Feb.1 Parliament acts against Wahid  The results of an inquiry that implicates President in 2 corruption scandals have been accepted by parliamen Feb.7  Opposition offices targeted Feb.23 Thousands flee Borneo violence
Feb.24 Thousands trapped as Borneo killings Feb.27 Borneo police ordered to shoot  Chief of police has ordered to shoot any rioters on sight to quell 10 days of bloodshed. 400 Madurese have been killed Mar.9 Kalimantan killing continues Apr.29 Wahid prayer rally marred by blasts May.4 U.N. cries foul over Timor verdict  UNHCR Commissioner has blasted the light sentences on 6 men involved in the killing of 3 of its aid workers May.28 Graft charges lifted against Wahid  Attorney-general has cleared President of wrongdoing over scandals that triggered a push toward impeachment Jun.13 Workers clash with police Jun.15 Immigrant boat captured Jul.21 Bomb blast injures 19 churchgoers Aug.9 Gunmen kill 31 Aug.10 Suharto family will surrender son Nov.6 People smuggler arrested Nov.8 2 die after refugee boat set alight  Indonesian boat carrying asylum seekers sank after it have been deliberately set on fire Nov.28 Suharto's fugitive son arrested
  Hutomo 'Tommy' Mandala Putra was found sleeping in a rented house
Dec.3 Muslims, Christians clashed
Dec.12 Indonesia has al Qaeda camps  Intelligence chief has said al Qaeda have training camps on Sulawesi island



Indonesia, 2001 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2001 Feb.1 Parliament acts against Wahid  The results of an inquiry that implicates President in 2 corruption scandals have been accepted by parliamen Feb.5  Wahid supporters protest Mar.8 Police fire on Dayak protesters
Mar.8 Peace mission ends in bloodshed Apr.27 Cabinet issues plea to parliament  Cabinet has appealed not to censure President Wahid a second time since the move could result in renewed violence Apr.29 Wahid prayer rally marred by blasts May.4 U.N. cries foul over Timor verdict  UNHCR Commissioner has blasted the light sentences on 6 men involved in the killing of 3 of its aid workers May.15 Wahid expects to be impeached May.21 Megawati warns of nation breakup May.27 Wahid orders crisis measures  President has called on his security minister to take special steps to ensure security and uphold order May.28 Police on full alert  The alert status was moved up to level one as fears of political violence spreads May.30 One dead in protest violence  Security forces tried to disperse hundreds of protesters. Parliament will decide Wahid's political future May.30 Wahid defiant in face of impeachment
  Parliament overwhelmingly passed a censure motion demanding president be impeached. He had no intention of quitting
Jun.1 Wahid unleashes cabinet reshuffle  Isolated president appointed a supporter of Megawati to a key post. 4 ministers were sacked Jun.12 Ailing Suharto rushed to hospital
Jul.21 Wahid impeachment begin  Wahid will boycott People's Consultative Assembly which launched formal proceedings against President Jul.22 Wahid declares state of emergency  President ordered parliament disbanded, called for new elections and ordered the police and military to secure nation Jul.23 Megawati takes presidency
  Megawati Sukarnoputri has been sworn in as the 5th president after a parliamentary vote to force out Wahid
Jul.26 Wahid leaves Indonesia
Jul.30 Push for Indonesia military ties Aug.15 Megawati apologises for abuses Sep.4 War of words in refugee row Sep.8 200 asylum seekers intercepted Sep.19 Bush met Megawati Oct.6 Refugee children thrown from ship Oct.9 Anti-U.S. protests continue  5 protesters have been killed during demonstrations in Pakistan. Indonesian police open fire at students Oct.22 Hundreds of refugees drown Map of Java Indonesia
  350 mainly Iraqi migrants have drowned off Java. 400 people have been on board the boat
Dec.17   Tommy Suharto visits ill father  Police have allowed the favourite son of former President Suharto, who is 80, to visit him in hospital