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B. 01-17 Blair to revamp N. Irish peace Belfast, Northern Ireland
C. 02-10 Trimble threatens Sinn Fein Northern Ireland
3. 02-12 Swoop on bomb factory Northern Ireland
03-04 Real IRA blamed for BBC blast London
F. 04-13 New livestock virus case Northern Ireland
6. 04-14 Real IRA suspected in blast London
H. 05-01 Move to oust Sinn Fein minister Northern Ireland
I. 06-08 Hardline wins elections Northern Ireland

100 police officers injured  UK Prime Minister Blair and Irish PM Ahern are due to restart discussions Talks end with progress  No agreement had been reached. A peace package will be compiled by the British and Irish PMs Protestants hurled bombs Bush makes first Irish peace call Clashes after shooting Car bomb defused   6 injured in explosion
Real IRA blamed for BBC blast  Bomb exploded outside the BBC main office. London Underground worker suffered minor injuries Real IRA suspected in blast Move to oust Sinn Fein minister Hardline wins elections Belfast riots  Police firing plastic bullets and had to call in troops to quell both the Protestants and Catholics Riots spread Trimble reelected as Unionists leader Anger at parade move Missiles thrown at march Trimble has quit  Ulster Unionist Party chief resigned as leader of the Catholic-Protestant government IRA accused of stalling on arms Drumcree Sunday parade  Security forces are keeping apart Protestants and Catholics in a small village N. Ireland talks suspended Riot marks marching day


January 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jan.17  Blair to revamp N. Irish peace


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Feb.10  Trimble threatens Sinn Fein
Feb.12  Swoop on bomb factory


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Apr.3  French virus ban relaxed
Apr.13  New livestock virus case
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  Petrol bombs and other missiles were thrown at the security forces at the start of the annual Protestant marches
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  A suspected car bomb went off 100 yards from the Ealing Broadway station. Police blamed Northern Irish group
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  Bomb caused panic among children and parents. Protestants confronted girls and their parents
Sep.6 Parents defy school protesters Sep.21 Assembly suspended

October 2001 ... more > Top ^
Oct.5 Trimble's IRA court battle falters
Oct.12 Ceasefire blow Oct.18 Unionists quit assembly Oct.23   IRA put weapons beyond use
  For the first time IRA has ever disposed weaponry
Oct.24   UK begins pullback
  Security watchtowers have begun dismantled in recognition of the IRA's decision to disarm Oct.27   Key unionists back IRA arms move  The Ulster Unionist Party has approved David Trimble's acceptance of the IRA's decommissioning move

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Nov.2   Trimble loses key vote
  Leader of the Ulster Unionist Party has failed in his bid to be re-elected leader of power-sharing executive Nov.3   Alliance backs Trimble  The Alliance Party, small, independent party, threw limited support behind Trimble's election as leader of a government     Car bomb explodes  Police think an Irish dissident group was responsible. No-one was injured Nov.5   Trimble set for new vote  Hardline unionists lodged a petition opposing the vote, demanding that the UK call fresh elections to the assembly Nov.6   Scuffles as Trimble wins vote
  Ulster Unionist leader has succeeded in his bid to be re-elected as first minister of power sharing assembly
Nov.11   Teen killed in bomb explosion  17-year-old died from injuries after pipe bomb exploded in his hand during rioting between Catholics and Protestants Nov.16   UK soldiers' 'Bloody Sunday' victory  Hundreds of former soldiers witnessed the Bloody Sunday don't require to give evidence in person

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Dec.9   19 police hurt in protest  Another 3 soldiers were injured during violent protests at 2 army observation posts Dec.12   Omagh report slams police  Report has accused police chiefs of bungling the investigation into he 1998 Omagh bombing that killed 29





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IRA accused of stalling on arms IRA makes dramatic weapons move Trimble demands more from IRA IRA retracts arms offer  The Irish Republican Army withdraws offer to put its weapons beyond use Trimble's IRA court battle falters Ceasefire blow IRA put weapons beyond use




Northern Ireland, 2001 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
2001
Jan.17  Blair to revamp N. Irish peace
Feb.10  Trimble threatens Sinn Fein
Jul.2
Aug.6
Aug.7
Aug.14
Oct.5
Oct.12
Oct.23
  For the first time IRA has ever disposed weaponry
Oct.24 UK begins pullback
  Security watchtowers have begun dismantled in recognition of the IRA's decision to disarm Oct.27 Key unionists back IRA arms move  The Ulster Unionist Party has approved David Trimble's acceptance of the IRA's decommissioning move Nov.16 UK soldiers' 'Bloody Sunday' victory  Hundreds of former soldiers witnessed the Bloody Sunday don't require to give evidence in person



Northern Ireland, 2001 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2001 Apr.3  French virus ban relaxed Apr.13  New livestock virus case



Northern Ireland, 2001 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2001 Jul.8 Drumcree Sunday parade  Security forces are keeping apart Protestants and Catholics in a small village



Northern Ireland, 2001 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2001 Feb.12  Swoop on bomb factory Mar.4 Real IRA blamed for BBC blast  Bomb exploded outside the BBC main office. London Underground worker suffered minor injuries Apr.14 Real IRA suspected in blast Jun.20 Belfast riots  Police firing plastic bullets and had to call in troops to quell both the Protestants and Catholics Jun.22 Riots spread Jun.26 Anger at parade move Jul.12 Riot marks marching day
  Petrol bombs and other missiles were thrown at the security forces at the start of the annual Protestant marches
Jul.13 100 police officers injured  UK Prime Minister Blair and Irish PM Ahern are due to restart discussions Jul.17 Protestants hurled bombs Jul.31 Clashes after shooting Aug.1 Car bomb defused Aug.2   6 injured in explosion
  A suspected car bomb went off 100 yards from the Ealing Broadway station. Police blamed Northern Irish group
Aug.13 3 injured in Belfast blast Aug.21 Colombia charges IRA members Sep.3 Belfast appeal after school clash Sep.5 Police injured at school blast
  Bomb caused panic among children and parents. Protestants confronted girls and their parents
Nov.3   Car bomb explodes  Police think an Irish dissident group was responsible. No-one was injured Nov.11 Teen killed in bomb explosion  17-year-old died from injuries after pipe bomb exploded in his hand during rioting between Catholics and Protestants Nov.16 UK soldiers' 'Bloody Sunday' victory  Hundreds of former soldiers witnessed the Bloody Sunday don't require to give evidence in person Dec.12 Omagh report slams police  Report has accused police chiefs of bungling the investigation into he 1998 Omagh bombing that killed 29



Northern Ireland, 2001 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.17  Blair to revamp N. Irish peace May.1 Move to oust Sinn Fein minister Jun.8 Hardline wins elections Jun.23 Trimble reelected as Unionists leader Jun.30 Missiles thrown at march Jun.30 Trimble has quit  Ulster Unionist Party chief resigned as leader of the Catholic-Protestant government Jul.8 Drumcree Sunday parade  Security forces are keeping apart Protestants and Catholics in a small village Jul.11 N. Ireland talks suspended Jul.14 Talks end with progress  No agreement had been reached. A peace package will be compiled by the British and Irish PMs Jul.18 Bush makes first Irish peace call Aug.3   Parties denounce UK bomb  Both sides in Northern Ireland have condemned a car bomb in London Aug.9 Trimble rejects IRA arms statement Aug.17 Police reform plan Aug.20 Police plan gets Catholic backing Aug.21 Protestants miss reform deadline Sep.6 Parents defy school protesters Sep.21 Assembly suspended Oct.18 Unionists quit assembly Nov.2 Trimble loses key vote  Leader of the Ulster Unionist Party has failed in his bid to be re-elected leader of power-sharing executive Nov.3 Alliance backs Trimble  The Alliance Party, small, independent party, threw limited support behind Trimble's election as leader of a government Nov.5 Trimble set for new vote  Hardline unionists lodged a petition opposing the vote, demanding that the UK call fresh elections to the assembly Nov.6 Scuffles as Trimble wins vote
  Ulster Unionist leader has succeeded in his bid to be re-elected as first minister of power sharing assembly
Dec.9 19 police hurt in protest  Another 3 soldiers were injured during violent protests at 2 army observation posts