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B. 05-01 112 dead in flooding Ethiopia
2. 05-15 Ethiopians flock to cast ballots Ethiopia
3. 05-25 Fresh aid sought for Darfur work Ethiopia
4. 05-30 Ruling party keeps control of parliament Ethiopia
06-08 At least 18 dead in clash Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
6. 06-10 Prime Minister defends crackdown Ethiopia
H. 08-13 Dibaba completes a unique double Helsinki, Finland
I. 08-15 Officials fears malaria epidemic Ethiopia

Fresh aid sought for Darfur work
112 dead in flooding  Workers are still having difficulty reaching tens of thousands of homeless people in eastern Ethiopia Ethiopians flock to cast ballots


May 2005 ... more > Top ^
May.1  
May.15  
  Hundreds lined up at polling stations with some of the queues extending to adjacent streets
May.25  
  The world's top diplomats are gathering to discuss how to address the emergency
May.30  


June 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jun.8  
  In a third day of unrest following a disputed election, protesters clash with security forces in Addis Ababa
Jun.10   Prime Minister defends crackdown
  Meles Zenawi has defended a security crackdown which saw 26 protesters shot dead in the capital


August 2005 ... more > Top ^
Aug.6   Dibaba leads Ethiopian clean sweep  The 19-year-old led a clean sweep of the women's 10,000 meters on the first day of the world championships Aug.13   Dibaba completes a unique double
Map of Helsinki Finland  Ethiopian added the 10,000 meters title to her 5,000 gold in Helsinki Aug.15   Officials fears malaria epidemic  The number of infections well above normal and the rainy season not yet ended Aug.21   Stormy election concludes  Voting in eastern Somali region ended peacefully, but the delayed elections were dogged by chaos Aug.26   Bekele shatters 10,000m world mark  Ethiopian running phenomenon destroyed the men's 10,000 meters world record in Brussels, 26 min. 17.53 sec.

September 2005 ... more > Top ^
Sep.20   Lions eat 20 villagers  A pride has killed and devoured 20 villagers, wounded 10 others and eaten at least 70 cattle in in the past week

October 2005 ... more > Top ^
Oct.15   Ethiopia moves troops to Eritrean border  Ethiopia's prime minister had moved more troops to prevent any 'miscalculation' by its foe in an escalating border row

November 2005 ... more > Top ^
Nov.2   23 killed in clashes  Police opened fire at stone-throwing youths in the worst anti-government protests in months Nov.3   New war fears in Horn of Africa
  The troop build-up along the border between Ethiopia and Eritrea means a miscalculation could result in a conflict Nov.4   Political unrest spreads
  The protests spread from the capital to other parts, leaving four people dead and 11 wounded Nov.9   Opposition treason move
  Detained opposition leaders and editors will face treason charges for their part in protests

December 2005 ... more > Top ^
Dec.16   UK aid workers held
  2 of charity ActionAid workers had been arrested without charge. ActionAid demanded their prompt release Dec.23   Ethiopia troops leave tense border
  Ethiopian troops began moving back from the tense border with Eritrea as a UN deadline drew near
Dec.28   'Lawyers denied' in treason case  More than 80 people facing treason and genocide charges





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Ethiopia moves troops to Eritrean border  Ethiopia's prime minister had moved more troops to prevent any 'miscalculation' by its foe in an escalating border row New war fears in Horn of Africa  The troop build-up along the border between Ethiopia and Eritrea means a miscalculation could result in a conflict Ethiopia troops leave tense border




Ethiopia, 2005 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
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  Ethiopian troops began moving back from the tense border with Eritrea as a UN deadline drew near




Ethiopia, 2005 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2005 May.1 112 dead in flooding  Workers are still having difficulty reaching tens of thousands of homeless people in eastern Ethiopia Aug.15 Officials fears malaria epidemic  The number of infections well above normal and the rainy season not yet ended Sep.20 Lions eat 20 villagers  A pride has killed and devoured 20 villagers, wounded 10 others and eaten at least 70 cattle in in the past week



Ethiopia, 2005 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2005 Aug.6 Dibaba leads Ethiopian clean sweep  The 19-year-old led a clean sweep of the women's 10,000 meters on the first day of the world championships Aug.13 Dibaba completes a unique double Map of Helsinki Finland  Ethiopian added the 10,000 meters title to her 5,000 gold in Helsinki Aug.26 Bekele shatters 10,000m world mark  Ethiopian running phenomenon destroyed the men's 10,000 meters world record in Brussels, 26 min. 17.53 sec.



Ethiopia, 2005 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2005 Nov.9 Opposition treason move  Detained opposition leaders and editors will face treason charges for their part in protests Dec.16 UK aid workers held  2 of charity ActionAid workers had been arrested without charge. ActionAid demanded their prompt release Dec.28 'Lawyers denied' in treason case  More than 80 people facing treason and genocide charges



Ethiopia, 2005 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2005 May.15 Ethiopians flock to cast ballots
  Hundreds lined up at polling stations with some of the queues extending to adjacent streets
May.25 Fresh aid sought for Darfur work
  The world's top diplomats are gathering to discuss how to address the emergency
May.30 Ruling party keeps control of parliament  Opposition parties made significant gains in one of the most open elections in Ethiopia history Jun.8 At least 18 dead in clash
Map of Addis Ababa Ethiopia
  In a third day of unrest following a disputed election, protesters clash with security forces in Addis Ababa
Jun.10 Prime Minister defends crackdown
  Meles Zenawi has defended a security crackdown which saw 26 protesters shot dead in the capital
Aug.21 Stormy election concludes  Voting in eastern Somali region ended peacefully, but the delayed elections were dogged by chaos Nov.2 23 killed in clashes  Police opened fire at stone-throwing youths in the worst anti-government protests in months Nov.4 Political unrest spreads  The protests spread from the capital to other parts, leaving four people dead and 11 wounded Nov.9 Opposition treason move  Detained opposition leaders and editors will face treason charges for their part in protests Dec.28 'Lawyers denied' in treason case  More than 80 people facing treason and genocide charges