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$248 million to be spent on AIDS drugs  The nation plans to spend $248 million for 200,000 HIV-infected Nigerians by the end of 2005 Darfur disarmament plan laid out  Nigerian President proposed to give a greater role to African Union troops in restoring peace to Sudan's region   Rebels rejected key conditions of deal  An apparent breakthrough aimed at ending the Darfur crisis seems set to be scuppered Darfur talks deadlocked  African Union's chief appealed to both Sudan's government and rebels to move closer to compromise Pipeline blast kills 12 Map of Lagos Nigeria  Explosion in Lagos occurred as fuel thieves punctured a pipeline owned by the state oil company NNPC Sudan talks break up with no deal  Peace talks between the Sudanese government and Darfur rebels have ended without agreement Rebel leader cites deal  Dokubo-Asari and President Obasanjo have agreed that rebel and government will stop firing on each other immediately Cease-fire reached with rebels
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  Strike over fuel prices  Labor unions have gone on strike, after talks broke off between union leaders and government officials   Unions suspend strike  Labor groups representing millions of workers abandoned a crippling 3-day general strike Polio campaign restarted Map of Kano Nigeria
  Helicopter crashes on Lagos beach  A 25-seat charter helicopter crashed near Nigeria's main commercial city Muslim leader: 300 killed  300 people, mostly Muslims, were killed in attacks by Christian militia in the town of Yelwa in the Plateau state   Obasanjo declared state of emergency


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  President said the state of emergency in part of the country was necessary to quell deadly religious violence


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  The state of Kano has resumed vaccinations after an 11-month ban that threatened efforts to eradicate the disease


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  The government has signed a cease-fire with 3 groups that had been targeting foreign oil companies in the Delta region
Oct.9   Strike ends, more planned  A two-day warning walkout at Royal Dutch Shell Group was due to end without disrupting supplies Oct.10   Fuel price strike starts
  A 4-day general strike. More strikes would follow if a 25% increase was not reversed
Oct.21   Darfur peace talks delayed  The African Union has recommended a 4-day postponement of peace talks after a mix-up left delegates stranded

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Dec.23   '20 die' in fuel blaze
  Fire broke out on sighting the police as the theft was under way, and the pipeline was damaged
  Shell cuts Nigerian oil exports  International oil giant has been forced to suspend some exports because of community unrest in the Niger River Delta





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Muslim leader: 300 killed  300 people, mostly Muslims, were killed in attacks by Christian militia in the town of Yelwa in the Plateau state Darfur disarmament plan laid out  Nigerian President proposed to give a greater role to African Union troops in restoring peace to Sudan's region Rebel leader cites deal  Dokubo-Asari and President Obasanjo have agreed that rebel and government will stop firing on each other immediately Cease-fire reached with rebels




Nigeria, 2004 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
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  The government has signed a cease-fire with 3 groups that had been targeting foreign oil companies in the Delta region




Nigeria, 2004 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2004 Jan.30   Helicopter crashes on Lagos beach  A 25-seat charter helicopter crashed near Nigeria's main commercial city Jul.31 Polio campaign restarted Map of Kano Nigeria
  The state of Kano has resumed vaccinations after an 11-month ban that threatened efforts to eradicate the disease
Sep.17 Pipeline blast kills 12 Map of Lagos Nigeria  Explosion in Lagos occurred as fuel thieves punctured a pipeline owned by the state oil company NNPC Dec.23 '20 die' in fuel blaze
  Fire broke out on sighting the police as the theft was under way, and the pipeline was damaged




Nigeria, 2004 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2004 Jun.9   Strike over fuel prices  Labor unions have gone on strike, after talks broke off between union leaders and government officials Jun.11   Unions suspend strike  Labor groups representing millions of workers abandoned a crippling 3-day general strike Aug.19 $248 million to be spent on AIDS drugs  The nation plans to spend $248 million for 200,000 HIV-infected Nigerians by the end of 2005 Sep.17 Pipeline blast kills 12 Map of Lagos Nigeria  Explosion in Lagos occurred as fuel thieves punctured a pipeline owned by the state oil company NNPC Oct.9 Strike ends, more planned  A two-day warning walkout at Royal Dutch Shell Group was due to end without disrupting supplies Oct.10 Fuel price strike starts
  A 4-day general strike. More strikes would follow if a 25% increase was not reversed
Dec.23 Shell cuts Nigerian oil exports  International oil giant has been forced to suspend some exports because of community unrest in the Niger River Delta



Nigeria, 2004 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2004 May.5 Muslim leader: 300 killed  300 people, mostly Muslims, were killed in attacks by Christian militia in the town of Yelwa in the Plateau state



Nigeria, 2004 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2004 May.22   Obasanjo declared state of emergency
  President said the state of emergency in part of the country was necessary to quell deadly religious violence
Aug.19 $248 million to be spent on AIDS drugs  The nation plans to spend $248 million for 200,000 HIV-infected Nigerians by the end of 2005 Aug.22 Darfur disarmament plan laid out  Nigerian President proposed to give a greater role to African Union troops in restoring peace to Sudan's region Aug.26   Rebels rejected key conditions of deal  An apparent breakthrough aimed at ending the Darfur crisis seems set to be scuppered Sep.6 Darfur talks deadlocked  African Union's chief appealed to both Sudan's government and rebels to move closer to compromise Sep.17 Sudan talks break up with no deal  Peace talks between the Sudanese government and Darfur rebels have ended without agreement Sep.29 Rebel leader cites deal  Dokubo-Asari and President Obasanjo have agreed that rebel and government will stop firing on each other immediately Oct.21 Darfur peace talks delayed  The African Union has recommended a 4-day postponement of peace talks after a mix-up left delegates stranded