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B. 01-26 Leaders mark Auschwitz liberation Poland
C. 04-02 Pope John Paul II dies at 84 Vatican
D. 04-19 Ratzinger elected as new Pope Vatican
E. 05-29 French voters reject EU charter Paris
F. 06-11 G8 ministers back Africa debt deal London
07-07 Bombs kill 52 London
H. 10-10 Merkel to become German chancellor Berlin
8. 10-26 Boys' electrocution starts riots Clichy-sous-Bois, Paris

Summary.     Click for More >   Ratzinger elected as new Pope  78-year-old German cardinal Joseph Ratzinger is taking the name Pope Benedict XVI Blair heads for historic third term French voters reject EU charter  By 56% voters have overwhelmingly rejected the European Union's proposed constitution in a key referendum G8 ministers back Africa debt deal EU 'in crisis' over talks failure London wins 2012 Olympics Bombs kill 52   A series of 4 'callous' and coordinated bombings in transport system. Power failed on crowded underground trains New Harry Potter book hits shops Armstrong stamps seventh Tour win Oil-for-food chief 'took bribes' Cypriot jet crashes; 121 dead Floods cause havoc across Europe Apartment fire kills 16 Election ends in stalemate Merkel to become German chancellor Boys' electrocution starts riots   Reports say the boys were trying to evade police in Clichy-sous-Bois. The crowds blamed police for the deaths of the 2 boys Government declared state of emergency 'Secret CIA flights' probed
Huygens moon probe lands on Titan Leaders mark Auschwitz liberation Pope John Paul rushed to hospital U.S. wound reporter, killing bodyguard   Pope John Paul II dies at 84
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Huygens moon probe lands on Titan  The space probe has touched down on the surface of one of Saturn's moons and is sending back signals   Leaders mark Auschwitz liberation  Leaders from 30 countries gather to remember the victims of the Holocaust on the 60th anniversary   Pope John Paul rushed to hospital  Pope has been rushed to hospital suffering from breathing difficulties brought on by flu Pope has surgery to aid breathing   U.S. wound reporter, killing bodyguard  U.S. soldiers attempted to warn the occupants of a car carrying a freed Italian journalist Giuliana Sgrena   Pope John Paul II dies at 84


January 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jan.14  
Jan.18  Largest passenger jet unveiled
Jan.26  


February 2005 ... more > Top ^
Feb.1  
Feb.4  Rice: Attack on Iran 'not on agenda'
Feb.6  Sick Pope makes public appearance
Feb.20  Voters back EU constitution
Feb.21  Bush calls for new trans-Atlantic unity
Feb.23  Two soldiers guilty of Iraq abuse
Feb.24
 Bush meets Putin


March 2005 ... more > Top ^
Mar.4  
Mar.7  Funeral for agent shot in Iraq
Mar.13  Pope returns to Vatican after op


April 2005 ... more > Top ^
Apr.2  
  26-year reign as the charismatic leader of the world's 1 billion Roman Catholics was highlighted by visits to 129 countries
 The Pope was the third longest-serving pontiff in history. He died in his private apartment, surrounded by his closest Polish aides. John Paul II had suffered worsening health problems including a heart condition
 Millions grieve for John Paul II Apr.4  Pope's body makes final journey  Crowds wait all night to see Pope Apr.5  Blair calls election for May 5 Apr.8 Pope John Paul II buried in crypt Apr.9 Prince Charles marries Camilla Apr.14  Many killed in hotel fire Apr.18  No pope chosen in first vote Apr.19     Ratzinger elected as new Pope
  78-year-old German cardinal Joseph Ratzinger is taking the name Pope Benedict XVI.    The College of Cardinals took only 2 days to choose the successor to John Paul II. The crowd clapped as the smoke billowed over Vatican City and waited for the ringin...
Apr.20  Berlusconi to form new government Apr.25  Pentagon: No case in Italian shooting Apr.27 Airbus A380 completes test flight

May 2005 ... more > Top ^
May.5     Blair heads for historic third term
  Tony Blair is heading for an 3rd term in government but with a greatly reduced majority May.7 Europe-wide events to mark VE Day
May.10  Holocaust memorial unveiled May.11 Names named in US Iraq oil report May.12  Trial of Kurdish leader 'unfair' May.25  Liverpool crowned over AC Milan May.27  French hold final EU vote rallies May.29   French voters reject EU charter
  By 56% voters have overwhelmingly rejected the European Union's proposed constitution in a key referendum
May.31  Villepin named new PM

June 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jun.1 Dutch reject EU constitution Jun.3  Blair to press Bush on Africa Jun.4  Rescuers fight Alpine tunnel fire Jun.7  US and UK 'close to Africa deal' Jun.9  Italy hostage released in Kabul Jun.11   G8 ministers back Africa debt deal
  Finance ministers have agreed to cancel up to $55 billion worth of debt owed by the world's poorest nations Jun.16  EU deal to extend treaty deadline Jun.17   EU 'in crisis' over talks failure  The budget talks broke down over a bitter row between the UK and France Jun.18 ETA halts attacks on elected officials

July 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jul.1  Schroeder loses confidence vote Jul.4  Police scuffle with G8 protesters Jul.6     London wins 2012 Olympics
  London has defeated Paris, bringing the Olympics back to Britain for the first time in more than half a century Jul.7   Bombs kill 52
  A series of 4 'callous' and coordinated bombings in transport system. Power failed on crowded underground trains
 3 blasts took place in the subway system and one more hit a double-decker bus, all within an hour at morning rush. Prime Minister Tony Blair praised 'the stoicism and resilience of the people of London' in the face of the bloodshed. The Union Jack flew at half-staff over Buckingham Palace
 World leaders condemn attacks Jul.8 G8 pledges $50 billion to Africa  More than 50 dead in blasts Jul.9  Rail blasts 'almost simultaneous' Jul.12  Police: bomber 'very likely' died  Bomb hunt focuses on masterminds Jul.14  Vigil for bombing victims Jul.15  Biochemist held in London bombings   New Harry Potter book hits shops  The sixth book has been published around the world, ending the wait for eager fans Jul.16  Aceh rebels agree to peace deal Jul.17  Former UK Prime Minister Ted Heath dies Jul.21 4 blasts hit transport Jul.22  Photos released of bomb suspects Jul.24     Armstrong stamps seventh Tour win  Lance ended his storybook career in Paris by winning a record seventh consecutive Tour de France title Jul.26  Police arrest four in bomb probe Jul.28 IRA halts its armed campaign Jul.29  4 UK bomb suspects held Jul.30  Police quiz bomb suspects

August 2005 ... more > Top ^
Aug.4  Al Qaeda threatens more UK, U.S. attacks Aug.5 EU puts nuclear proposals to Iran
Aug.8   Oil-for-food chief 'took bribes'  Benon Sevan has been accused of taking kickbacks by a panel investigating corruption allegations Aug.10  Iran warns US, EU over nuclear impasse Aug.11  IAEA urges Iran to stop nuclear activities Aug.14   Cypriot jet crashes; 121 dead  Air traffic controllers lost contact while Boeing 737 was approaching Athens Aug.16 Spanish troops die in crash Aug.18 Rapturous German welcome for Pope Aug.24   Floods cause havoc across Europe  Torrential rains across central and eastern Europe are killing up to 34 people, 25 in Romania alone, 11 in Switzerland Aug.25     Apartment fire kills 16  A massive fire has swept through a 7-story building shortly after midnight Aug.29  Immigrants die in new fire

September 2005 ... more > Top ^
Sep.1  Bomber in tape claim Sep.5  EU, China hail textile deal Sep.18     Election ends in stalemate  Angela Merkel's conservatives have won election by just 3 seats, falling far short of a majority Sep.19 British troops freed in jailbreak
Sep.22  EU drops hardline stance on Iran Sep.25  Poles oust left at voting booth Sep.26 IRA scraps 'all arms' - monitors Sep.27  Ex-Concorde chief faces probe

October 2005 ... more > Top ^
Oct.3 EU reaches deal on Turkey talks
Oct.9  Right head for run-off vote Oct.10     Merkel to become German chancellor  Conservative leader will become Germany's first woman chancellor under a deal withn Social Democrats Oct.14  7 held in anti-terror raids Oct.15 Romania has deadly bird flu virus Oct.23 Tax cutter poised to win election Oct.26   Boys' electrocution starts riots Map of Clichy-sous-Bois France
  Reports say the boys were trying to evade police in Clichy-sous-Bois. The crowds blamed police for the deaths of the 2 boys.    The riots and violent clashes in October and November were involving mainly the burning of cars and public buildings by groups of youths. Events s...
 Detainees killed in blaze

November 2005 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1  Sixth night of riots Nov.2  Chirac urges calm as riots spread Nov.3  Rioters shoot at police Nov.4 Riots spread beyond Paris
Nov.5 Riots rage a 10th angry night Nov.6  Chirac vows to punish rioters Nov.7  Riots claim first victim Nov.8     Government declared state of emergency  Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin: the republic 'at an hour of truth' Nov.11  Paris bans weekend gatherings Nov.14  Chirac vows firm action on unrest Nov.15   'Secret CIA flights' probed  There are claims that CIA planes carrying terror suspects made secret stopovers on Spanish soil  Lawmakers back new powers Nov.22 Merkel sworn Nov.28  Venezuela signs Spain arms deal

December 2005 ... more > Top ^
Dec.2 Face transplant woman thanks team
Dec.5  Rice visits Germany amid CIA row Dec.8 Croatian fugitive general seized Dec.11 Fuel depot blasts injure dozens Dec.13  CIA abduction claims 'credible' Dec.16  EU leaders agree 7-year budget Dec.23  15 years for chemicals-to-Iraq man Dec.24  Pope leads his first Christmas service Dec.25 'HIV medics' sentence lifted Dec.27  Ukrainian, Bulgarian troops left Iraq Dec.29 Row deepens over Danish cartoons Dec.30  British hostages freed, say Palestinians


  Leaders mark Auschwitz liberation  Leaders from 30 countries gather to remember the victims of the Holocaust on the 60th anniversary   U.S. wound reporter, killing bodyguard  U.S. soldiers attempted to warn the occupants of a car carrying a freed Italian journalist Giuliana Sgrena Europe-wide events to mark VE Day IRA halts its armed campaign Spanish troops die in crash British troops freed in jailbreak IRA scraps 'all arms' - monitors Croatian fugitive general seized Pope has surgery to aid breathing Cypriot jet crashes; 121 dead  Air traffic controllers lost contact while Boeing 737 was approaching Athens Spanish troops die in crash Floods cause havoc across Europe  Torrential rains across central and eastern Europe are killing up to 34 people, 25 in Romania alone, 11 in Switzerland   Apartment fire kills 16  A massive fire has swept through a 7-story building shortly after midnight Romania has deadly bird flu virus Fuel depot blasts injure dozens   London wins 2012 Olympics  London has defeated Paris, bringing the Olympics back to Britain for the first time in more than half a century   Armstrong stamps seventh Tour win  Lance ended his storybook career in Paris by winning a record seventh consecutive Tour de France title Airbus A380 completes test flight G8 ministers back Africa debt deal  Finance ministers have agreed to cancel up to $55 billion worth of debt owed by the world's poorest nations New Harry Potter book hits shops  The sixth book has been published around the world, ending the wait for eager fans Face transplant woman thanks team ETA halts attacks on elected officials Bombs kill 52




European Union, 2005 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
2005
Jan.26
Feb.23  Two soldiers guilty of Iraq abuse
Mar.4
Apr.25  Pentagon: No case in Italian shooting
May.7
Jul.16  Aceh rebels agree to peace deal
Jul.28
Aug.16
Sep.19
Sep.26
Nov.28  Venezuela signs Spain arms deal
Dec.8
Dec.23  15 years for chemicals-to-Iraq man
Dec.27  Ukrainian, Bulgarian troops left Iraq




European Union, 2005 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2005
Feb.24
Apr.14  Many killed in hotel fire
Jun.4  Rescuers fight Alpine tunnel fire
Aug.14
Aug.16
Aug.24
Aug.25
Aug.29  Immigrants die in new fire
Sep.27  Ex-Concorde chief faces probe
Oct.15
Oct.26  Detainees killed in blaze
Dec.11




European Union, 2005 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2005
May.25  Liverpool crowned over AC Milan
Jul.6
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European Union, 2005 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2005
Jan.18  Largest passenger jet unveiled
Apr.27
Jun.11
Jul.15
Sep.5  EU, China hail textile deal
Nov.28  Venezuela signs Spain arms deal
Dec.2
Dec.16  EU leaders agree 7-year budget




European Union, 2005 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2005
Feb.23  Two soldiers guilty of Iraq abuse
May.12  Trial of Kurdish leader 'unfair'
Jun.9  Italy hostage released in Kabul
Jun.18
Jul.7
  A series of 4 'callous' and coordinated bombings in transport system. Power failed on crowded underground trains
 3 blasts took place in the subway system and one more hit a double-decker bus, all within an hour at morning rush. Prime Minister Tony Blair praised 'the stoicism and resilience of the people of London' in the face of the bloodshed. The Union Jack flew at half-staff over Buckingham Palace
Jul.8  More than 50 dead in blasts Jul.9  Rail blasts 'almost simultaneous' Jul.12  Police: bomber 'very likely' died Jul.12  Bomb hunt focuses on masterminds Jul.15  Biochemist held in London bombings Jul.21 4 blasts hit transport
Jul.22  Photos released of bomb suspects Jul.26  Police arrest four in bomb probe Jul.29  4 UK bomb suspects held Jul.30  Police quiz bomb suspects Aug.4  Al Qaeda threatens more UK, U.S. attacks Aug.8 Oil-for-food chief 'took bribes'  Benon Sevan has been accused of taking kickbacks by a panel investigating corruption allegations Sep.1  Bomber in tape claim Oct.14  7 held in anti-terror raids Oct.26 Boys' electrocution starts riots Map of Clichy-sous-Bois France
  Reports say the boys were trying to evade police in Clichy-sous-Bois. The crowds blamed police for the deaths of the 2 boys.    The riots and violent clashes in October and November were involving mainly the burning of cars and public buildings by groups of youths. Events s...
Nov.1  Sixth night of riots Nov.3  Rioters shoot at police Nov.4 Riots spread beyond Paris Nov.5 Riots rage a 10th angry night Nov.7  Riots claim first victim Nov.11  Paris bans weekend gatherings Dec.8 Croatian fugitive general seized Dec.23  15 years for chemicals-to-Iraq man Dec.25 'HIV medics' sentence lifted Dec.30  British hostages freed, say Palestinians



European Union, 2005 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.14 Huygens moon probe lands on Titan  The space probe has touched down on the surface of one of Saturn's moons and is sending back signals Jan.26   Leaders mark Auschwitz liberation
  Leaders from 30 countries gather to remember the victims of the Holocaust on the 60th anniversary Feb.1   Pope John Paul rushed to hospital  Pope has been rushed to hospital suffering from breathing difficulties brought on by flu Feb.4  Rice: Attack on Iran 'not on agenda' Feb.6  Sick Pope makes public appearance Feb.20  Voters back EU constitution Feb.21  Bush calls for new trans-Atlantic unity Feb.24 Pope has surgery to aid breathing Feb.24  Bush meets Putin Mar.7  Funeral for agent shot in Iraq Mar.13  Pope returns to Vatican after op Apr.2   Pope John Paul II dies at 84
  26-year reign as the charismatic leader of the world's 1 billion Roman Catholics was highlighted by visits to 129 countries
 The Pope was the third longest-serving pontiff in history. He died in his private apartment, surrounded by his closest Polish aides. John Paul II had suffered worsening health problems including a heart condition
Apr.2  Millions grieve for John Paul II Apr.4  Pope's body makes final journey Apr.4  Crowds wait all night to see Pope Apr.5  Blair calls election for May 5 Apr.8 Pope John Paul II buried in crypt
Apr.9 Prince Charles marries Camilla Apr.18  No pope chosen in first vote Apr.19   Ratzinger elected as new Pope
  78-year-old German cardinal Joseph Ratzinger is taking the name Pope Benedict XVI.    The College of Cardinals took only 2 days to choose the successor to John Paul II. The crowd clapped as the smoke billowed over Vatican City and waited for the ringin...
Apr.20  Berlusconi to form new government May.5   Blair heads for historic third term
  Tony Blair is heading for an 3rd term in government but with a greatly reduced majority May.7 Europe-wide events to mark VE Day
May.10  Holocaust memorial unveiled May.11 Names named in US Iraq oil report May.12  Trial of Kurdish leader 'unfair' May.27  French hold final EU vote rallies May.29 French voters reject EU charter
  By 56% voters have overwhelmingly rejected the European Union's proposed constitution in a key referendum
May.31  Villepin named new PM Jun.1 Dutch reject EU constitution Jun.3  Blair to press Bush on Africa Jun.7  US and UK 'close to Africa deal' Jun.11 G8 ministers back Africa debt deal  Finance ministers have agreed to cancel up to $55 billion worth of debt owed by the world's poorest nations Jun.16  EU deal to extend treaty deadline Jun.17 EU 'in crisis' over talks failure  The budget talks broke down over a bitter row between the UK and France Jul.1  Schroeder loses confidence vote Jul.4  Police scuffle with G8 protesters Jul.7  World leaders condemn attacks Jul.8 G8 pledges $50 billion to Africa Jul.14  Vigil for bombing victims Jul.16  Aceh rebels agree to peace deal Jul.17  Former UK Prime Minister Ted Heath dies Aug.5 EU puts nuclear proposals to Iran Aug.10  Iran warns US, EU over nuclear impasse Aug.11  IAEA urges Iran to stop nuclear activities Aug.18 Rapturous German welcome for Pope Sep.5  EU, China hail textile deal Sep.18   Election ends in stalemate  Angela Merkel's conservatives have won election by just 3 seats, falling far short of a majority Sep.22  EU drops hardline stance on Iran Sep.25  Poles oust left at voting booth Oct.3 EU reaches deal on Turkey talks Oct.9  Right head for run-off vote Oct.10   Merkel to become German chancellor  Conservative leader will become Germany's first woman chancellor under a deal withn Social Democrats Oct.23 Tax cutter poised to win election Nov.2  Chirac urges calm as riots spread Nov.6  Chirac vows to punish rioters Nov.8   Government declared state of emergency  Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin: the republic 'at an hour of truth' Nov.14  Chirac vows firm action on unrest Nov.15 'Secret CIA flights' probed  There are claims that CIA planes carrying terror suspects made secret stopovers on Spanish soil Nov.15  Lawmakers back new powers Nov.22 Merkel sworn Dec.5  Rice visits Germany amid CIA row Dec.13  CIA abduction claims 'credible' Dec.24  Pope leads his first Christmas service Dec.29 Row deepens over Danish cartoons