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Blast hits Shia funeral. 47 killed  An explosion has torn through a procession at a mosque in the city of Mosul killing 47 Mugabe wins criticized election At least 18 dead in clash Evicted moved to 'transit camp'  The campaign to clear the homes, businesses of the poor from its cities has sparked more violence Biochemist held in London bombings Children starving to death  3.6m people in Niger face severe food shortages caused by a drought and a plague of locusts   VP Garang 'dies in crash'  Search crews found the site of a helicopter crash and a body they believe is that of a former rebel leader Officers 'seize power'   Mubarak wins vote  President has won a fifth six-year term, taking more than 80% of the vote in a low turnout Algerians 'backing amnesty plan' Jet has crashed after takeoff   The Boeing 737 with 116 people on board disappeared from radar shortly after taking off from Lagos No survivors in crash   Cruise ship repels pirates
  Historic Sudan peace accord signed  After nearly 3 years of negotiations, Sudan's government and main rebel group have signed comprehensive accords UN 'rules out' genocide in Darfur President Eyadema dies  Gnassingbe Eyadema, Africa's longest serving ruler, has died and was replaced by his son, Faure Suicide bombers kill at least 26   Palestinians, Israel announce cease-fire


January 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jan.9   Kenya  
Jan.17  Mosul  Catholic archbishop kidnapped in Mosul
Jan.27  Darfur  Hundred killed in Darfur air raid
Jan.31   Darfur


February 2005 ... more > Top ^
Feb.2  Egypt  Egypt to host Middle East summit
Feb.5   Togo  
Feb.7   Mosul
Feb.8   Egypt  
  Mahmoud Abbas and Ariel Sharon are hailing cease-fire as a new opportunity for peace after talks at their summit
Feb.26  Egypt  Election reform announced


March 2005 ... more > Top ^
Mar.3  Southern Africa  UN: HIV 'set to infect 90m Africans'
Mar.10   Mosul  


April 2005 ... more > Top ^
Apr.1   Zimbabwe
Apr.12  Angola  214 cases of Marburg reported


May 2005 ... more > Top ^
May.28  Darfur  UN chief visits Darfur refugees


June 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jun.8   Ethiopia
Jun.22   Zimbabwe  
Jun.26  Mosul  4 Mosul suicide attacks kill 33


July 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jul.5  Nigeria  Sudan, Darfur rebels sign agreement
Jul.15   Egypt
Jul.18   Niger  
Jul.28  Egypt  Mubarak seeks fifth term
Jul.31   Sudan  


August 2005 ... more > Top ^
Aug.3   Mauritania
 Sudan  Gangs rampage in Khartoum
Aug.24  Niger  UN chief promises aid


September 2005 ... more > Top ^
Sep.9   Egypt  
Sep.29   Algeria


October 2005 ... more > Top ^
Oct.11  Liberia  Counting begins in poll
Oct.22   Nigeria  
Oct.23   Nigeria


November 2005 ... more > Top ^
Nov.5   Somalia  
  The Seabourn Spirit sailing has beaten back gunmen in speedboats who opened fire
Nov.10   Liberia   Johnson-Sirleaf claims presidential win  A win would make Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf Africa's first-ever elected female leader if it is officially certified  Mosul  Rice on surprise visit Nov.11  Liberia  Protesters face tear gas Nov.16   Tunisia Deal averts Internet showdown Nov.23  Zimbabwe  Zimbabwe officials' assets frozen by US Nov.27   Egypt   Muslim Brotherhood's poll success  The Brotherhood is winning 28 seats in legislative elections despite restrictions on voting

December 2005 ... more > Top ^
Dec.4   Ivory Coast African leaders name Konan Banny as PM
Dec.10   Nigeria   Jet crashes in flames. 100 killed   A passenger jet crashed on landing at the airport in the city of Port Harcourt. At least 56 people were killed Dec.24   Egypt   Nour jailed for 5 years  A court sentenced leading government opponent for forgery at the end of a year-long judicial process Dec.25   Libya   'HIV medics' sentence lifted  Supreme court has overturned death sentences on 6 foreign health workers Dec.29   Arab Countries     Row deepens over Danish cartoons  Arab foreign ministers have condemned the failing to act against a newspaper that published cartoons of the Prophet



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February 2005
President Eyadema dies
MPs pave way for new leader
Plague outbreak kills 60
Egypt to host Middle East summit
Suicide bombers kill at least 26
Palestinians, Israel announce cease-fire
Egypt to host Middle East summit
Suicide bombers kill at least 26
Palestinians, Israel announce cease-fire
Egypt to host Middle East summit
Palestinians, Israel announce cease-fire
Election reform announced
President Eyadema dies
MPs pave way for new leader
Egypt to host Middle East summit
Palestinians, Israel announce cease-fire
Election reform announced
March 2005
UN: HIV 'set to infect 90m Africans'
Blast hits Shia funeral. 47 killed
Blast hits Shia funeral. 47 killed
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April 2005
Mugabe wins criticized election
214 cases of Marburg reported
Cairo tourists come under attack
Cairo tourists come under attack
Cairo tourists come under attack
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May 2005
UN chief visits Darfur refugees
UN chief visits Darfur refugees
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June 2005
At least 18 dead in clash
Evicted moved to 'transit camp'
4 Mosul suicide attacks kill 33
4 Mosul suicide attacks kill 33
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July 2005
Sudan, Darfur rebels sign agreement
Children starving to death
Biochemist held in London bombings
88 died as explosions rock resort town
VP Garang 'dies in crash'
Biochemist held in London bombings
88 died as explosions rock resort town
VP Garang 'dies in crash'
Biochemist held in London bombings
88 died as explosions rock resort town
VP Garang 'dies in crash'
Sudan, Darfur rebels sign agreement
Children starving to death
Biochemist held in London bombings
88 died as explosions rock resort town
Mubarak seeks fifth term
August 2005
Officers 'seize power'
UN chief promises aid
Officers 'seize power'
Gangs rampage in Khartoum
Gangs rampage in Khartoum
Gangs rampage in Khartoum
Officers 'seize power'
UN chief promises aid
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September 2005
Algerians 'backing amnesty plan'
Mubarak wins vote
Algerians 'backing amnesty plan'
Mubarak wins vote
Mubarak wins vote
Algerians 'backing amnesty plan'
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Mubarak wins vote
October 2005
Jet has crashed after takeoff
No survivors in crash
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No survivors in crash
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November 2005
Johnson-Sirleaf claims presidential win
Protesters face tear gas
Deal averts Internet showdown
Cruise ship repels pirates
Deal averts Internet showdown
Muslim Brotherhood's poll success
Rice on surprise visit
Muslim Brotherhood's poll success
Deal averts Internet showdown
Muslim Brotherhood's poll success
Johnson-Sirleaf claims presidential win
Protesters face tear gas
Muslim Brotherhood's poll success
December 2005
Jet crashes in flames. 100 killed
'HIV medics' sentence lifted
Row deepens over Danish cartoons
Nour jailed for 5 years
'HIV medics' sentence lifted
Soldiers kill 20 Sudanese refugees
Nour jailed for 5 years
Soldiers kill 20 Sudanese refugees
Nour jailed for 5 years
'HIV medics' sentence lifted
Soldiers kill 20 Sudanese refugees
African leaders name Konan Banny as PM
Jet crashes in flames. 100 killed
Nour jailed for 5 years
Soldiers kill 20 Sudanese refugees

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  Historic Sudan peace accord signed  After nearly 3 years of negotiations, Sudan's government and main rebel group have signed comprehensive accords Suicide bombers kill at least 26   Palestinians, Israel announce cease-fire




Africa, 2005 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
2005
Jan.9   Kenya
Jan.27  Darfur  Hundred killed in Darfur air raid
Feb.7   Mosul
Feb.8   Egypt
  Mahmoud Abbas and Ariel Sharon are hailing cease-fire as a new opportunity for peace after talks at their summit
Jun.26  Mosul  4 Mosul suicide attacks kill 33 Jul.5  Nigeria  Sudan, Darfur rebels sign agreement Aug.3   Mauritania Officers 'seize power'




Africa, 2005 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2005 Mar.3  Southern Africa  UN: HIV 'set to infect 90m Africans' Apr.12  Angola  214 cases of Marburg reported Jul.18   Niger Children starving to death  3.6m people in Niger face severe food shortages caused by a drought and a plague of locusts Jul.31   Sudan   VP Garang 'dies in crash'  Search crews found the site of a helicopter crash and a body they believe is that of a former rebel leader Oct.22   Nigeria Jet has crashed after takeoff   The Boeing 737 with 116 people on board disappeared from radar shortly after taking off from Lagos Oct.23   Nigeria No survivors in crash
Nov.5   Somalia   Cruise ship repels pirates
  The Seabourn Spirit sailing has beaten back gunmen in speedboats who opened fire
Dec.10   Nigeria Jet crashes in flames. 100 killed   A passenger jet crashed on landing at the airport in the city of Port Harcourt. At least 56 people were killed



Africa, 2005 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2005 Nov.16   Tunisia Deal averts Internet showdown



Africa, 2005 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.17  Mosul  Catholic archbishop kidnapped in Mosul Mar.10   Mosul Blast hits Shia funeral. 47 killed  An explosion has torn through a procession at a mosque in the city of Mosul killing 47 Jul.15   Egypt Biochemist held in London bombings
Aug.3  Sudan  Gangs rampage in Khartoum Nov.5   Somalia   Cruise ship repels pirates
  The Seabourn Spirit sailing has beaten back gunmen in speedboats who opened fire
Dec.24   Egypt Nour jailed for 5 years  A court sentenced leading government opponent for forgery at the end of a year-long judicial process Dec.25   Libya 'HIV medics' sentence lifted  Supreme court has overturned death sentences on 6 foreign health workers



Africa, 2005 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.9   Kenya   Historic Sudan peace accord signed  After nearly 3 years of negotiations, Sudan's government and main rebel group have signed comprehensive accords Jan.31   Darfur UN 'rules out' genocide in Darfur Feb.2  Egypt  Egypt to host Middle East summit Feb.5   Togo President Eyadema dies  Gnassingbe Eyadema, Africa's longest serving ruler, has died and was replaced by his son, Faure Feb.8   Egypt   Palestinians, Israel announce cease-fire
  Mahmoud Abbas and Ariel Sharon are hailing cease-fire as a new opportunity for peace after talks at their summit
Feb.26  Egypt  Election reform announced Apr.1   Zimbabwe Mugabe wins criticized election May.28  Darfur  UN chief visits Darfur refugees Jun.8   Ethiopia At least 18 dead in clash Jun.22   Zimbabwe Evicted moved to 'transit camp'  The campaign to clear the homes, businesses of the poor from its cities has sparked more violence Jul.5  Nigeria  Sudan, Darfur rebels sign agreement Jul.28  Egypt  Mubarak seeks fifth term Aug.24  Niger  UN chief promises aid Sep.9   Egypt   Mubarak wins vote  President has won a fifth six-year term, taking more than 80% of the vote in a low turnout Sep.29   Algeria Algerians 'backing amnesty plan' Oct.11  Liberia  Counting begins in poll Nov.10   Liberia Johnson-Sirleaf claims presidential win  A win would make Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf Africa's first-ever elected female leader if it is officially certified Nov.10  Mosul  Rice on surprise visit Nov.11  Liberia  Protesters face tear gas Nov.23  Zimbabwe  Zimbabwe officials' assets frozen by US Nov.27   Egypt Muslim Brotherhood's poll success  The Brotherhood is winning 28 seats in legislative elections despite restrictions on voting Dec.4   Ivory Coast African leaders name Konan Banny as PM Dec.24   Egypt Nour jailed for 5 years  A court sentenced leading government opponent for forgery at the end of a year-long judicial process Dec.29   Arab Countries   Row deepens over Danish cartoons  Arab foreign ministers have condemned the failing to act against a newspaper that published cartoons of the Prophet