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Summary.     Click for More > U.S. Marines land in Haiti Rebels enter capital Aristide: U.S. deposed him in 'coup d'etat' State of emergency declared 6 shot dead after anti-Aristide rally Latortue named as prime minister  7-member U.S.-backed commission selected Gerard Latortue, a former UN official and international business consultant Carribean floods toll hits 900 1,000 people feared dead in flood town  At least 300 bodies have been found so far in the town of Mapou Caribbean teams race against floods Weather holding up Caribbean aid Jeanne batters Haiti; 54 dead  Tropical Storm is leaving another 150 unaccounted for, triggering massive flooding and mudslides Flood death toll nears 600 Horror scenes from storm-hit Haiti U.S. alert as 700 die in Haiti floods Jeanne leaves more than 1,050 dead  Workers used dump trucks to empty more than 100 bodies into a 14-foot-deep hole. Up to 1,250 people still missing 1,070 dead, 1,250 missing Haiti 'to evacuate flooded city' U.N. rushes troops to Haiti Police hold Senate leader
50 dead as crisis grows Chaos and fear grip capital Armed rebels surrounded Port-au-Prince Aristide quits, flees Haiti
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Feb.28
Feb.29
  President resigned and left his embattled nation 'to prevent bloodshed,' according to a statement read by Prime Minister
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Police killed in city riot Government warns of coup Rebellion hits another town   50 dead as crisis grows  Rebels killing the police chief and 2 bodyguards in the town of Hinche before driving the rest of the police from the town Multinational team will go to Haiti Aristide agrees to peace plan Port-au-Prince braces for attack   Chaos and fear grip capital  Looters are rampaging through Port-au-Prince, which advancing rebels have vowed to capture Caribbean states call for UN force in Haiti France calls for Aristide to quit Rebels close in on capital US warns Haiti head on violence   Armed rebels surrounded Port-au-Prince  Jean-Bertrand Aristide clings onto his presidency. Murderous gangs roam the streets Rebels halt capital assault Aristide quits, flees Haiti


January 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jan.1  200th anniversary of independence
Jan.7  Violence flares at protest
Jan.19  Clashes in Port-au-Prince


February 2004 ... more > Top ^
Feb.7
Feb.8
Feb.11  President Aristide refuses to resign
Feb.12  Aristide opponents cancel march
Feb.13  Aid agencies warn of crisis
Feb.16
Feb.17  
Feb.18  City of Cap Haitien surrounded by rebels
Feb.19  U.S. military experts heading to Haiti
Feb.20
 Clashes spread to capital
Feb.21
Feb.22  Rebels 'to attack capital'
Feb.23
Feb.24  Rebels close in on capital
Feb.25  
Feb.26
 US support for Aristide wavers
Feb.27
Feb.28  
Feb.29  
  President resigned and left his embattled nation 'to prevent bloodshed,' according to a statement read by Prime Minister
    U.S. Marines land in Haiti  A small group of Marines landed at the airport in Port-au-Prince UN approves Haiti security force

March 2004 ... more > Top ^
Mar.1     Rebels enter capital  Greeted by hundreds of cheering supporters, heavily armed rebels are entering the police headquarters   Aristide: U.S. deposed him in 'coup d'etat'  Former Haitian President said he was forced to leave Haiti in a 'coup d'etat' by the United States Mar.3   State of emergency declared
  Rebel leader Guy Philippe reversed course and agrees to lay down arms Mar.7   6 shot dead after anti-Aristide rally  Gunshots were fired from near the presidential palace Mar.8 Haiti's Aristide defiant in exile
Mar.9   Latortue named as prime minister
  7-member U.S.-backed commission selected Gerard Latortue, a former UN official and international business consultant
Mar.10 New PM urges Haitians to unite Mar.12 Aristide in Jamaica trip furore Mar.16  Nations shun new Haiti leader

April 2004 ... more > Top ^
Apr.5 Prime minister: Haitians will vote next year


May 2004 ... more > Top ^
May.25 Caribbean floods death toll soars
May.26 500 dead in Caribbean floods   Carribean floods toll hits 900  300 bodies have been recovered in a southern Haitian town of Mopou devastated by floods May.27   1,000 people feared dead in flood town
  At least 300 bodies have been found so far in the town of Mapou
May.28   Caribbean teams race against floods
  Rescue teams are scrambling to get food and clean water to survivors in flood-ravaged regions Flooding survivors tell of ordeal May.29 Heavy rains threaten Caribbean   Weather holding up Caribbean aid  The bad weather is hampering efforts to deliver supplies to the survivors of severe flooding

June 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jun.1 UN takes on relief effort


July 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jul.20 Donors pledge $1bn in Haiti aid


August 2004 ... more > Top ^
Aug.19  Haitians cheer Brazilian peace win

September 2004 ... more > Top ^
Sep.19   Jeanne batters Haiti; 54 dead
  Tropical Storm is leaving another 150 unaccounted for, triggering massive flooding and mudslides
Sep.20 Storm kills at least 500   Flood death toll nears 600  At least 556 people died after floodwaters raged in the wake of tropical storm Jeanne Sep.21   Horror scenes from storm-hit Haiti  Blood swirled in knee-deep floodwaters as workers stacked bodies outside the hospital morgue. Death toll 691 Sep.22   U.S. alert as 700 die in Haiti floods  Massive flooding from Tropical Storm Jeanne could threaten the storm-battered U.S. Southeast   Jeanne leaves more than 1,050 dead
  Workers used dump trucks to empty more than 100 bodies into a 14-foot-deep hole. Up to 1,250 people still missing
Sep.23   1,070 dead, 1,250 missing   Trucks dumped scores of bodies into a mass grave in flood-ravaged city of Gonaives still littered with corpses Tension grows over relief Sep.24 Mob attacks relief truck   Haiti 'to evacuate flooded city'   The government has drawn up plans to evacuate parts of Gonaives, amid fears of disease in the wake of storm Jeanne Sep.27   U.N. rushes troops to Haiti   The United Nations rushed hundreds more peacekeepers to city of Gonaives to stem looting, while Haitians lined up for food

October 2004 ... more > Top ^
Oct.2   Police hold Senate leader  Senate president and 2 other politicians have surrendered after barricading themselves in a radio station Oct.12 US urges end to Haiti bloodshed


November 2004 ... more > Top ^
Nov.26 Thousands of March in Support of Aristide



Government warns of coup Rebellion hits another town   50 dead as crisis grows  Rebels killing the police chief and 2 bodyguards in the town of Hinche before driving the rest of the police from the town Aristide agrees to peace plan Port-au-Prince braces for attack Rebels close in on capital   Armed rebels surrounded Port-au-Prince  Jean-Bertrand Aristide clings onto his presidency. Murderous gangs roam the streets Rebels halt capital assault   U.S. Marines land in Haiti  A small group of Marines landed at the airport in Port-au-Prince   Rebels enter capital  Greeted by hundreds of cheering supporters, heavily armed rebels are entering the police headquarters U.N. rushes troops to Haiti   The United Nations rushed hundreds more peacekeepers to city of Gonaives to stem looting, while Haitians lined up for food Caribbean floods death toll soars 500 dead in Caribbean floods Carribean floods toll hits 900  300 bodies have been recovered in a southern Haitian town of Mopou devastated by floods 1,000 people feared dead in flood town




Haiti, 2004 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
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Feb.8
Feb.16
Feb.17
Feb.18  City of Cap Haitien surrounded by rebels
Feb.19  U.S. military experts heading to Haiti
Feb.21
Feb.22  Rebels 'to attack capital'
Feb.23
Feb.24  Rebels close in on capital
Feb.27
Feb.28
Feb.28
Feb.29
Mar.1
Sep.27




Haiti, 2004 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
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Feb.13  Aid agencies warn of crisis
May.25
May.26
May.26
May.27
  At least 300 bodies have been found so far in the town of Mapou
May.28 Caribbean teams race against floods
  Rescue teams are scrambling to get food and clean water to survivors in flood-ravaged regions May.28 Flooding survivors tell of ordeal May.29 Heavy rains threaten Caribbean May.29 Weather holding up Caribbean aid
  The bad weather is hampering efforts to deliver supplies to the survivors of severe flooding Jun.1 UN takes on relief effort Sep.19 Jeanne batters Haiti; 54 dead
  Tropical Storm is leaving another 150 unaccounted for, triggering massive flooding and mudslides
Sep.20 Storm kills at least 500 Sep.20 Flood death toll nears 600  At least 556 people died after floodwaters raged in the wake of tropical storm Jeanne Sep.21 Horror scenes from storm-hit Haiti  Blood swirled in knee-deep floodwaters as workers stacked bodies outside the hospital morgue. Death toll 691 Sep.22 U.S. alert as 700 die in Haiti floods  Massive flooding from Tropical Storm Jeanne could threaten the storm-battered U.S. Southeast Sep.22 Jeanne leaves more than 1,050 dead
  Workers used dump trucks to empty more than 100 bodies into a 14-foot-deep hole. Up to 1,250 people still missing
Sep.23 1,070 dead, 1,250 missing   Trucks dumped scores of bodies into a mass grave in flood-ravaged city of Gonaives still littered with corpses Sep.24 Mob attacks relief truck Sep.24 Haiti 'to evacuate flooded city'   The government has drawn up plans to evacuate parts of Gonaives, amid fears of disease in the wake of storm Jeanne



Haiti, 2004 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2004 Aug.19  Haitians cheer Brazilian peace win



Haiti, 2004 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2004 Feb.7 Police killed in city riot
Feb.25   Chaos and fear grip capital  Looters are rampaging through Port-au-Prince, which advancing rebels have vowed to capture Mar.7 6 shot dead after anti-Aristide rally  Gunshots were fired from near the presidential palace Sep.24 Mob attacks relief truck Oct.2 Police hold Senate leader  Senate president and 2 other politicians have surrendered after barricading themselves in a radio station



Haiti, 2004 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2004 Jan.1  200th anniversary of independence Jan.7  Violence flares at protest Jan.19  Clashes in Port-au-Prince Feb.11  President Aristide refuses to resign Feb.12  Aristide opponents cancel march Feb.16 Rebellion hits another town
Feb.17   50 dead as crisis grows  Rebels killing the police chief and 2 bodyguards in the town of Hinche before driving the rest of the police from the town Feb.20 Multinational team will go to Haiti Feb.20  Clashes spread to capital Feb.21 Aristide agrees to peace plan Feb.26 Caribbean states call for UN force in Haiti Feb.26  US support for Aristide wavers Feb.27 France calls for Aristide to quit Feb.27 US warns Haiti head on violence Feb.29 Aristide quits, flees Haiti
  President resigned and left his embattled nation 'to prevent bloodshed,' according to a statement read by Prime Minister
Feb.29 UN approves Haiti security force Mar.1 Aristide: U.S. deposed him in 'coup d'etat'  Former Haitian President said he was forced to leave Haiti in a 'coup d'etat' by the United States Mar.3 State of emergency declared  Rebel leader Guy Philippe reversed course and agrees to lay down arms Mar.7 6 shot dead after anti-Aristide rally  Gunshots were fired from near the presidential palace Mar.8 Haiti's Aristide defiant in exile Mar.9 Latortue named as prime minister
  7-member U.S.-backed commission selected Gerard Latortue, a former UN official and international business consultant
Mar.10 New PM urges Haitians to unite Mar.12 Aristide in Jamaica trip furore Mar.16  Nations shun new Haiti leader Apr.5 Prime minister: Haitians will vote next year Jul.20 Donors pledge $1bn in Haiti aid Sep.23 Tension grows over relief Oct.2 Police hold Senate leader  Senate president and 2 other politicians have surrendered after barricading themselves in a radio station Oct.12 US urges end to Haiti bloodshed Nov.26 Thousands of March in Support of Aristide