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  Anti-cartoon protester shot  Police shot at hundreds demonstrating against cartoons of the Prophet, wounding at least one person Armed raids on paper
Convicts give up lunch for famine relief  Thousands of prisoners skipped their New Year's lunch and instead sent the food to affected by food shortages 3.5 million Kenyans face starvation  Aid agencies do not have money to feed millions of Kenyans hit by food shortages Many trapped in Nairobi collapse


January 2006 ... more > Top ^
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Jan.17  
Jan.23  
  Rescuers are desperately trying to dig out construction workers trapped under the rubble of a 5-story building


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March 2006 ... more > Top ^
Mar.2  
  The government has confirmed it ordered police to raid the offices of a newspaper and its sister TV station
Mar.5  
  The UN has warned there will be many deaths if immediate aid is not delivered to 3.5m people facing the starvation


April 2006 ... more > Top ^
Apr.6   Fake air crash sparks panic  Authorities were announcing a plane had crashed with 80 people on board, then saying it was a practice drill Apr.10   13 killed in plane crash  A military aircraft carrying government officials to a peace meeting crashed as it approached the Marsabit air strip   Kenya mourns after plane crash  President Kibaki has declared 3 days of mourning after a plane crashed with two assistant Cabinet ministers Apr.17   Cheruiyot claims second Boston win  Kenyan is beating the course record by one second. Rita Jeptoo won the women's race Apr.20   Rally over slaying of boy with HIV   Several hundred AIDS activists took to the streets of Nairobi to protest the killing of a 15-year-old Apr.23   Limo wins on London Marthon debut  Kenyan outsprinted team mate and defending champion Martin Lel

July 2006 ... more > Top ^
Jul.8     Factory fire kills workers  Fire ripped through a paint factory in, killing 4 people and leaving another 7 missing feared dead

August 2006 ... more > Top ^
Aug.5     Trawler safe after pirate ordeal  A South Korean boat with 25 crew members seized off Somalia in April has arrived in Kenya Aug.24     Kenya 'beats the drums' for Sen. Obama  The only African-American in the U.S. Senate is seen as an inspiration in this African country Aug.25   Floods bring disaster to Horn of Africa
  A disastrous cycle of drought and flood is bringing misery and death to some of the poorest regions

September 2006 ... more > Top ^
Sep.13   Kenya now cocaine trafficking hub
  Traffickers from South America are taking advantage of air links to Europe and Asia Sep.25   Poacher shot by aristocrat 'no threat'
  Prosecutor: Thomas Cholmondeley fatally shot a black man on his estate because the man was poaching a gazelle

November 2006 ... more > Top ^
Nov.5   Africa focus for climate summit
  The latest round of UN climate talks will focus on helping poorer countries adapt to a changing climate Nov.14   Major climate change forum begins
  The ministers from around the world will look at ways of moving beyond the Kyoto Protocol Nov.15   Flooding displaces 80,000  The Red Cross said that floods in northeastern and coastal areas have killed 23 people   UN: Climate change deniers 'out of time'
  Annan told the conference on climate change that those who would deny global warming or are 'out of step'
Nov.17   Nairobi climate talks end in deal
  A review of the Kyoto Protocol was settled to the advantage of developing countries





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Convicts give up lunch for famine relief  Thousands of prisoners skipped their New Year's lunch and instead sent the food to affected by food shortages 3.5 million Kenyans face starvation  Aid agencies do not have money to feed millions of Kenyans hit by food shortages Many trapped in Nairobi collapse




Kenya, 2006 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2006
Jan.1
Jan.17
Jan.23
  Rescuers are desperately trying to dig out construction workers trapped under the rubble of a 5-story building
Mar.5 Time short food 'crisis'
  The UN has warned there will be many deaths if immediate aid is not delivered to 3.5m people facing the starvation
Apr.6 Fake air crash sparks panic  Authorities were announcing a plane had crashed with 80 people on board, then saying it was a practice drill Apr.10 13 killed in plane crash  A military aircraft carrying government officials to a peace meeting crashed as it approached the Marsabit air strip Apr.20 Rally over slaying of boy with HIV   Several hundred AIDS activists took to the streets of Nairobi to protest the killing of a 15-year-old Jul.8   Factory fire kills workers  Fire ripped through a paint factory in, killing 4 people and leaving another 7 missing feared dead Aug.25 Floods bring disaster to Horn of Africa  A disastrous cycle of drought and flood is bringing misery and death to some of the poorest regions Nov.5 Africa focus for climate summit  The latest round of UN climate talks will focus on helping poorer countries adapt to a changing climate Nov.15 Flooding displaces 80,000  The Red Cross said that floods in northeastern and coastal areas have killed 23 people



Kenya, 2006 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2006 Apr.17 Cheruiyot claims second Boston win  Kenyan is beating the course record by one second. Rita Jeptoo won the women's race Apr.23 Limo wins on London Marthon debut  Kenyan outsprinted team mate and defending champion Martin Lel



Kenya, 2006 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2006 Jan.1 Convicts give up lunch for famine relief  Thousands of prisoners skipped their New Year's lunch and instead sent the food to affected by food shortages Aug.5   Trawler safe after pirate ordeal  A South Korean boat with 25 crew members seized off Somalia in April has arrived in Kenya Sep.13 Kenya now cocaine trafficking hub  Traffickers from South America are taking advantage of air links to Europe and Asia Sep.25 Poacher shot by aristocrat 'no threat'  Prosecutor: Thomas Cholmondeley fatally shot a black man on his estate because the man was poaching a gazelle



Kenya, 2006 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2006 Feb.10   Anti-cartoon protester shot  Police shot at hundreds demonstrating against cartoons of the Prophet, wounding at least one person Mar.2 Armed raids on paper
  The government has confirmed it ordered police to raid the offices of a newspaper and its sister TV station
Apr.10 Kenya mourns after plane crash  President Kibaki has declared 3 days of mourning after a plane crashed with two assistant Cabinet ministers Apr.20 Rally over slaying of boy with HIV   Several hundred AIDS activists took to the streets of Nairobi to protest the killing of a 15-year-old Aug.24   Kenya 'beats the drums' for Sen. Obama  The only African-American in the U.S. Senate is seen as an inspiration in this African country Sep.25 Poacher shot by aristocrat 'no threat'  Prosecutor: Thomas Cholmondeley fatally shot a black man on his estate because the man was poaching a gazelle Nov.5 Africa focus for climate summit  The latest round of UN climate talks will focus on helping poorer countries adapt to a changing climate Nov.14 Major climate change forum begins  The ministers from around the world will look at ways of moving beyond the Kyoto Protocol Nov.15 UN: Climate change deniers 'out of time'
  Annan told the conference on climate change that those who would deny global warming or are 'out of step'
Nov.17 Nairobi climate talks end in deal
  A review of the Kyoto Protocol was settled to the advantage of developing countries