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B. 01-08 Togo football team bus attacked Cabinda, Angola
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Togo football team bus attacked Minaret collapse kills 41 Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels Child is sole Libya jet crash survivor   92 passengers and 11 crew members were killed. An 8-year-old boy who is a Dutch citizen is the sole survivor of a deadly Afriqiyah Airways ...   Spain win World Cup in extra time  Andres Iniesta scores with four minutes left in extra time to give Spain their first World Cup with a 1-0 victory over the Netherlands
Jan.8   Angola
Jan.10  Angola  Togo fly home as Africa Cup begins
Jan.31  Angola  Egypt secure a record seventh Africa Cup
Feb.18  Niger  Military coup ousts president
Feb.19   Morocco
Feb.23   Sudan
Mar.8  Nigeria  Attack on Nigerian town kills hundreds
Mar.27  Congo  DR Congo rebel massacre is uncovered
Apr.3  South Africa  Eugene Terreblanche killed
 Senegal  Senegal unveils colossal statue
Apr.26  Sudan  President wins election, officials say
May.5  Nigeria  President Yar'Adua has died
May.6  Somalia  Russian marines storm hijacked oil tanker
May.12   Libya
May.16  Somalia  Rebels attack Somali parliament
Jul.3  Congo  Hundreds killed in oil tanker explosion
Jul.6  Cape Town  Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final
Jul.7  South Africa  Spain reached the World Cup final
Jul.11   Johannesburg
 Uganda  Twin blasts in Uganda capital kill 64 people
Jul.27  Uganda  More AU troops to Somalia
Aug.29  Niger  Niger flooding displaces nearly 200,000
Sep.7  Congo  U.N.: Congo sex attacks exceed 500
Sep.24  Northern Nigeria  Flooding displaces more than 2 million
Oct.8  Libya  US given month for Mid-East talks
Dec.4  Ivory Coast  Ivorian crisis as rivals sworn in
Dec.18  Ivory Coast  Peacekeepers ordered out of Ivory Coast
Dec.23  Ivory Coast  Post-election violence claimed 173 lives
Dec.31  Ivory Coast  Military threat against Ivory Coast
 Egypt  Deadly blast at Egyptian church



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Africa
Jonathan becomes acting president
Mandela's release 20 years ago marked
President Umaru Yar'Adua 'returns home'
Togo president 'wins re-election'
Senegal unveils colossal statue
President Yar'Adua has died
More AU troops to Somalia
US given month for Mid-East talks
Ivorian crisis as rivals sworn in
Peacekeepers ordered out of Ivory Coast
Post-election violence claimed 173 lives
Military threat against Ivory Coast
Togo football team bus attacked
150 reported killed in violence
Attack on town kills more than 100
Attack on Nigerian town kills hundreds
DR Congo rebel massacre is uncovered
Eugene Terreblanche killed
Rwanda ex-army chief Nyamwasa shot
Twin blasts in Uganda capital kill 64 people
U.N.: Congo sex attacks exceed 500
Post-election violence claimed 173 lives
Togo withdraws from African Cup
Togo fly home as Africa Cup begins
Egypt secure a record seventh Africa Cup
South Africa ties Mexico in Cup opener
Holders Italy out of World Cup by Slovakia
Germany thrash England
Brazil storm into quarterfinals
Dutch knock Brazil out of World Cup
Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final
Spain reached the World Cup final
Spain win World Cup in extra time
Military coup ousts president
DR Congo rebel massacre is uncovered
Rwanda ex-army chief Nyamwasa shot
Chad rules out arresting Sudan leader
More AU troops to Somalia
U.N.: Congo sex attacks exceed 500
Military threat against Ivory Coast
Minaret collapse kills 41
Child is sole Libya jet crash survivor
Hundreds killed in oil tanker explosion
Niger flooding displaces nearly 200,000
Flooding displaces more than 2 million
Togo football team bus attacked
Togo withdraws from African Cup
Togo fly home as Africa Cup begins
Egypt secure a record seventh Africa Cup
South Africa ties Mexico in Cup opener
Holders Italy out of World Cup by Slovakia
Germany thrash England
Brazil storm into quarterfinals
Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final
Spain reached the World Cup final
Spain win World Cup in extra time
West Africa
Jonathan becomes acting president
Senegal unveils colossal statue
President Yar'Adua has died
Ivorian crisis as rivals sworn in
Peacekeepers ordered out of Ivory Coast
Post-election violence claimed 173 lives
Military threat against Ivory Coast
150 reported killed in violence
Attack on town kills more than 100
Attack on Nigerian town kills hundreds
Post-election violence claimed 173 lives
Togo withdraws from African Cup
Military coup ousts president
Military threat against Ivory Coast
Niger flooding displaces nearly 200,000
Flooding displaces more than 2 million
Togo withdraws from African Cup
Southern Africa
Mandela's release 20 years ago marked
Togo football team bus attacked
Eugene Terreblanche killed
Rwanda ex-army chief Nyamwasa shot
Togo fly home as Africa Cup begins
Egypt secure a record seventh Africa Cup
South Africa ties Mexico in Cup opener
Holders Italy out of World Cup by Slovakia
Germany thrash England
Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final
Spain reached the World Cup final
Spain win World Cup in extra time
Rwanda ex-army chief Nyamwasa shot
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Togo football team bus attacked
Togo fly home as Africa Cup begins
Egypt secure a record seventh Africa Cup
South Africa ties Mexico in Cup opener
Holders Italy out of World Cup by Slovakia
Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final
Spain reached the World Cup final
Spain win World Cup in extra time
Arab Countries
Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels
Elections 'failed' international norms
President wins election, officials say
Egypt hosts Mid-East peace talks
US given month for Mid-East talks
Somali pirates hijack 4th vessel in week
Hostages: Pirates will kill us in days
Russian marines storm hijacked oil tanker
Deadly blast at Egyptian church
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Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels
Russian marines storm hijacked oil tanker
Rebels attack Somali parliament
Egypt hosts Mid-East peace talks
Minaret collapse kills 41
Child is sole Libya jet crash survivor
Egypt shark attack kills German
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South Africa
Mandela's release 20 years ago marked
Eugene Terreblanche killed
Rwanda ex-army chief Nyamwasa shot
South Africa ties Mexico in Cup opener
Holders Italy out of World Cup by Slovakia
Germany thrash England
Brazil storm into quarterfinals
Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final
Spain reached the World Cup final
Spain win World Cup in extra time
Rwanda ex-army chief Nyamwasa shot
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South Africa ties Mexico in Cup opener
Holders Italy out of World Cup by Slovakia
Germany thrash England
Brazil storm into quarterfinals
Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final
Spain reached the World Cup final
Spain win World Cup in extra time
North Africa
Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels
President wins election, officials say
Egypt hosts Mid-East peace talks
US given month for Mid-East talks
Deadly blast at Egyptian church
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Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels
Egypt hosts Mid-East peace talks
Minaret collapse kills 41
Child is sole Libya jet crash survivor
Egypt shark attack kills German
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Nigeria
Jonathan becomes acting president
President Umaru Yar'Adua 'returns home'
President Yar'Adua has died
150 reported killed in violence
Attack on town kills more than 100
Attack on Nigerian town kills hundreds
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Flooding displaces more than 2 million
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Central Africa
Chad rules out arresting Sudan leader
More AU troops to Somalia
Kagame re-elected in landslide
DR Congo rebel massacre is uncovered
Twin blasts in Uganda capital kill 64 people
U.N.: Congo sex attacks exceed 500
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DR Congo rebel massacre is uncovered
More AU troops to Somalia
U.N.: Congo sex attacks exceed 500
Hundreds killed in oil tanker explosion
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Middle East
Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels
President wins election, officials say
Egypt hosts Mid-East peace talks
Deadly blast at Egyptian church
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Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels
Egypt hosts Mid-East peace talks
Egypt shark attack kills German
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Rwanda ex-army chief Nyamwasa shot
South Africa ties Mexico in Cup opener
Holders Italy out of World Cup by Slovakia
Brazil storm into quarterfinals
Spain win World Cup in extra time
Rwanda ex-army chief Nyamwasa shot
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South Africa ties Mexico in Cup opener
Holders Italy out of World Cup by Slovakia
Brazil storm into quarterfinals
Spain win World Cup in extra time
Ivory Coast
Ivorian crisis as rivals sworn in
Peacekeepers ordered out of Ivory Coast
Post-election violence claimed 173 lives
Post-election violence claimed 173 lives
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Military threat against Ivory Coast
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Somalia Your ad is here
Somali pirates hijack 4th vessel in week
Russian marines storm hijacked oil tanker
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Russian marines storm hijacked oil tanker
Rebels attack Somali parliament
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Congo
Rape victims march against violence
DR Congo rebel massacre is uncovered
U.N.: Congo sex attacks exceed 500
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DR Congo rebel massacre is uncovered
U.N.: Congo sex attacks exceed 500
Hundreds killed in oil tanker explosion
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Angola Your ad is here
Togo football team bus attacked
Togo fly home as Africa Cup begins
Egypt secure a record seventh Africa Cup
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Togo football team bus attacked
Togo fly home as Africa Cup begins
Cape Town
Mandela's release 20 years ago marked
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Germans blow Argentina away 4-0
Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final
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Germans blow Argentina away 4-0
Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final
Sudan
Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels
President wins election, officials say
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Egypt
Egypt hosts Mid-East peace talks
Deadly blast at Egyptian church
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Egypt shark attack kills German
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  Togo football team bus attacked Map of Cabinda Angola


January 2010 ... more > Top ^
Jan.2  Somalia  Somali pirates hijack 4th vessel in week
Jan.8   Angola  
  A bus carrying Togo's national soccer team to a tournament in Angola came under fire, and Togo is weighing whether to pull out of Cup of Nations.    9 people were wounded -- 8 Togolese and one Angolan. The bus driver was killed in the attack and three others wer...
Jan.9  Togo  Togo withdraws from African Cup Jan.10   Angola Togo fly home as Africa Cup begins Jan.22  Somalia  Hostages: Pirates will kill us in days Jan.23  Northern Nigeria  150 reported killed in violence Jan.31   Angola Egypt secure a record seventh Africa Cup

February 2010 ... more > Top ^
Feb.9  Nigeria  Jonathan becomes acting president Feb.10  Cape Town  Mandela's release 20 years ago marked Feb.18   Niger   Military coup ousts president   The president has been captured after a gun battle. The country was now being led by a the Supreme Council for the Restoration of Democracy Feb.19   Morocco   Minaret collapse kills 41
Map of Meknes Morocco
  A 400-year-old minaret in Bab Berdieyinn mosque collapsed on worshipers, killing 36 and injuring 71 in the middle of prayers.    The incident occurred after several days of unrelenting rain. King M...
Feb.23   Sudan   Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels
  President Omar al-Bashir has signed a framework ceasefire deal with one of Darfur's main groups, the Justice and Equality Movement
 Nigeria  President Umaru Yar'Adua 'returns home'

March 2010 ... more > Top ^
Mar.6  Togo  Togo president 'wins re-election' Mar.7  Nigeria  Attack on town kills more than 100 Mar.8   Nigeria     Attack on Nigerian town kills hundreds   The death toll violence in central Nigeria climbed to more than 200 after members of a machete-wielding Muslim group attacked a mostly Christian... Mar.17  Nigeria  Acting president dissolves cabinet Mar.27   Congo   DR Congo rebel massacre is uncovered   Evidence of the massacre of at least 321 people by Lord's Resistance Army has been uncovered

April 2010 ... more > Top ^
Apr.3   South Africa   Eugene Terreblanche killed   South African white supremacist leader was beaten to death after a dispute over unpaid wages, on his farm in the country's north-west   Senegal Senegal unveils colossal statue
Apr.17  Sudan  Elections 'failed' international norms Apr.26   Sudan President wins election, officials say

May 2010 ... more > Top ^
May.5   Nigeria President Yar'Adua has died
May.6   Somalia Russian marines storm hijacked oil tanker May.12   Libya   Child is sole Libya jet crash survivor Map of Tripoli Libya
  92 passengers and 11 crew members were killed. An 8-year-old boy who is a Dutch citizen is the sole survivor of a deadly Afriqiyah Airways crash
 Ruben van Assouw, suffered multiple fractures in his lower limbs and underwent an operation at Al Khadra Hospital in Tripoli
May.16   Somalia Rebels attack Somali parliament

June 2010 ... more > Top ^
Jun.11  Johannesburg  South Africa ties Mexico in Cup opener Jun.19  Johannesburg  Rwanda ex-army chief Nyamwasa shot Jun.24  Johannesburg  Holders Italy out of World Cup by Slovakia Jun.27  South Africa  Germany thrash England Jun.28  Johannesburg  Brazil storm into quarterfinals

July 2010 ... more > Top ^
Jul.2  South Africa  Dutch knock Brazil out of World Cup Jul.3   Congo   Hundreds killed in oil tanker explosion   At least 230 people were killed and 190 injured when an oil tanker flipped over and exploded. It was attempting to overtake a bus  Cape Town  Germans blow Argentina away 4-0  Johannesburg  Spain wins over Paraguay Jul.6   Cape Town     Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final  The Netherlands reached their third World Cup final with a 3-2 win over Uruguay in a dramatic semifinal Jul.7   South Africa     Spain reached the World Cup final   A second-half header from Carles Puyol secured a narrow victory over Germany after an intriguing match Jul.11   Johannesburg     Spain win World Cup in extra time
  Andres Iniesta scores with four minutes left in extra time to give Spain their first World Cup with a 1-0 victory over the Netherlands
 Nelson Mandela is in the crowd. A game littered with 13 yellow cards and one red is settled by a moment of magic. Spain: Iker Casillas (capt); Sergio Ramos, Carles Puyol, Gerard Pique, Joan Capdevila; Sergio Busquets, Xabi Alonso; Andres Iniesta, Xavi, Pedro; David Villa Coach: Vicente Del Bosque (ESP) Referee: Howard Webb (ENG)
  Uganda   Twin blasts in Uganda capital kill 64 people   The blasts went off at a rugby club and at a restaurant, as football fans watched the World Cup final Jul.21  Chad  Chad rules out arresting Sudan leader Jul.27   Uganda More AU troops to Somalia


August 2010 ... more > Top ^
Aug.11  Rwanda  Kagame re-elected in landslide Aug.29   Niger Niger flooding displaces nearly 200,000


September 2010 ... more > Top ^
Sep.7   Congo   U.N.: Congo sex attacks exceed 500   U.N. officials on Tuesday put the number of rapes and other sexual attacks in eastern Congo since late July at more than 500 Sep.24   Northern Nigeria Flooding displaces more than 2 million


October 2010 ... more > Top ^
Oct.8   Libya US given month for Mid-East talks
Oct.17  Congo  Rape victims march against violence

November 2010 ... more > Top ^
Nov.14  Somalia  British pair freed from pirates  Sudan  North-South Sudan framework set

December 2010 ... more > Top ^
Dec.4   Ivory Coast   Ivorian crisis as rivals sworn in  The incumbent Laurent Gbagbo took the oath to serve a new term, but within hours Alassane Ouattara also laid claim to the presidency  Ivory Coast  Mbeki to mediate in Ivory Coast Dec.18   Ivory Coast Peacekeepers ordered out of Ivory Coast
Dec.23   Ivory Coast   Post-election violence claimed 173 lives  International pressure mounts for Laurent Gbagbo to quit the presidency. The US is exploring ways to strengthen the UN presence Dec.25  Liberia  Ivorians make the trek to Liberia Dec.28  Ivory Coast  Leaders leave Ivory Coast talks  Ivory Coast  Gbagbo unmoved by Ivorian mission Dec.30  Ivory Coast  I Coast attack 'may restart war' Dec.31   Ivory Coast Military threat against Ivory Coast   Egypt   Deadly blast at Egyptian church   An explosion, apparently caused by a car bomb, in the north Egyptian city of Alexandria has has killed seven people and injured 24


  Togo football team bus attacked Map of Cabinda Angola




Africa, 2010 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
2010
Jan.8   Angola
  A bus carrying Togo's national soccer team to a tournament in Angola came under fire, and Togo is weighing whether to pull out of Cup of Nations.    9 people were wounded -- 8 Togolese and one Angolan. The bus driver was killed in the attack and three others wer...
Feb.18   Niger Military coup ousts president   The president has been captured after a gun battle. The country was now being led by a the Supreme Council for the Restoration of Democracy Feb.23   Sudan Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels
  President Omar al-Bashir has signed a framework ceasefire deal with one of Darfur's main groups, the Justice and Equality Movement
Mar.27   Congo DR Congo rebel massacre is uncovered   Evidence of the massacre of at least 321 people by Lord's Resistance Army has been uncovered May.6   Somalia Russian marines storm hijacked oil tanker
May.16   Somalia Rebels attack Somali parliament Jun.19  Johannesburg  Rwanda ex-army chief Nyamwasa shot Jul.21  Chad  Chad rules out arresting Sudan leader Jul.27   Uganda More AU troops to Somalia Sep.7   Congo U.N.: Congo sex attacks exceed 500   U.N. officials on Tuesday put the number of rapes and other sexual attacks in eastern Congo since late July at more than 500 Dec.18   Ivory Coast Peacekeepers ordered out of Ivory Coast Dec.30  Ivory Coast  I Coast attack 'may restart war' Dec.31   Ivory Coast Military threat against Ivory Coast



Africa, 2010 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2010 Feb.19   Morocco Minaret collapse kills 41
Map of Meknes Morocco
  A 400-year-old minaret in Bab Berdieyinn mosque collapsed on worshipers, killing 36 and injuring 71 in the middle of prayers.    The incident occurred after several days of unrelenting rain. King M...
May.12   Libya Child is sole Libya jet crash survivor
Map of Tripoli Libya
  92 passengers and 11 crew members were killed. An 8-year-old boy who is a Dutch citizen is the sole survivor of a deadly Afriqiyah Airways crash
 Ruben van Assouw, suffered multiple fractures in his lower limbs and underwent an operation at Al Khadra Hospital in Tripoli
Jul.3   Congo Hundreds killed in oil tanker explosion   At least 230 people were killed and 190 injured when an oil tanker flipped over and exploded. It was attempting to overtake a bus Aug.29   Niger Niger flooding displaces nearly 200,000 Sep.24   Northern Nigeria Flooding displaces more than 2 million



Africa, 2010 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2010 Jan.8   Angola   Togo football team bus attacked
Map of Cabinda Angola
  A bus carrying Togo's national soccer team to a tournament in Angola came under fire, and Togo is weighing whether to pull out of Cup of Nations.    9 people were wounded -- 8 Togolese and one Angolan. The bus driver was killed in the attack and three others wer...
Jan.9  Togo  Togo withdraws from African Cup Jan.10   Angola Togo fly home as Africa Cup begins Jan.31   Angola Egypt secure a record seventh Africa Cup Jun.11  Johannesburg  South Africa ties Mexico in Cup opener Jun.24  Johannesburg  Holders Italy out of World Cup by Slovakia Jun.27  South Africa  Germany thrash England Jun.28  Johannesburg  Brazil storm into quarterfinals Jul.2  South Africa  Dutch knock Brazil out of World Cup Jul.3  Cape Town  Germans blow Argentina away 4-0 Jul.3  Johannesburg  Spain wins over Paraguay Jul.6   Cape Town   Netherlands beat Uruguay to reach final  The Netherlands reached their third World Cup final with a 3-2 win over Uruguay in a dramatic semifinal Jul.7   South Africa   Spain reached the World Cup final   A second-half header from Carles Puyol secured a narrow victory over Germany after an intriguing match Jul.11   Johannesburg   Spain win World Cup in extra time
  Andres Iniesta scores with four minutes left in extra time to give Spain their first World Cup with a 1-0 victory over the Netherlands
 Nelson Mandela is in the crowd. A game littered with 13 yellow cards and one red is settled by a moment of magic. Spain: Iker Casillas (capt); Sergio Ramos, Carles Puyol, Gerard Pique, Joan Capdevila; Sergio Busquets, Xabi Alonso; Andres Iniesta, Xavi, Pedro; David Villa Coach: Vicente Del Bosque (ESP) Referee: Howard Webb (ENG)




Africa, 2010 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2010 Jan.2  Somalia  Somali pirates hijack 4th vessel in week Jan.8   Angola   Togo football team bus attacked
Map of Cabinda Angola
  A bus carrying Togo's national soccer team to a tournament in Angola came under fire, and Togo is weighing whether to pull out of Cup of Nations.    9 people were wounded -- 8 Togolese and one Angolan. The bus driver was killed in the attack and three others wer...
Jan.22  Somalia  Hostages: Pirates will kill us in days Jan.23  Northern Nigeria  150 reported killed in violence Mar.7  Nigeria  Attack on town kills more than 100 Mar.8   Nigeria   Attack on Nigerian town kills hundreds   The death toll violence in central Nigeria climbed to more than 200 after members of a machete-wielding Muslim group attacked a mostly Christian... Mar.27   Congo DR Congo rebel massacre is uncovered   Evidence of the massacre of at least 321 people by Lord's Resistance Army has been uncovered Apr.3   South Africa Eugene Terreblanche killed   South African white supremacist leader was beaten to death after a dispute over unpaid wages, on his farm in the country's north-west May.6   Somalia Russian marines storm hijacked oil tanker Jun.19  Johannesburg  Rwanda ex-army chief Nyamwasa shot Jul.11   Uganda Twin blasts in Uganda capital kill 64 people   The blasts went off at a rugby club and at a restaurant, as football fans watched the World Cup final Sep.7   Congo U.N.: Congo sex attacks exceed 500   U.N. officials on Tuesday put the number of rapes and other sexual attacks in eastern Congo since late July at more than 500 Oct.17  Congo  Rape victims march against violence Nov.14  Somalia  British pair freed from pirates Dec.23   Ivory Coast Post-election violence claimed 173 lives  International pressure mounts for Laurent Gbagbo to quit the presidency. The US is exploring ways to strengthen the UN presence Dec.31   Egypt Deadly blast at Egyptian church   An explosion, apparently caused by a car bomb, in the north Egyptian city of Alexandria has has killed seven people and injured 24



Africa, 2010 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2010 Feb.9  Nigeria  Jonathan becomes acting president Feb.10  Cape Town  Mandela's release 20 years ago marked Feb.19   Morocco Minaret collapse kills 41
Map of Meknes Morocco
  A 400-year-old minaret in Bab Berdieyinn mosque collapsed on worshipers, killing 36 and injuring 71 in the middle of prayers.    The incident occurred after several days of unrelenting rain. King M...
Feb.23   Sudan Sudan signs ceasefire with Darfur rebels
  President Omar al-Bashir has signed a framework ceasefire deal with one of Darfur's main groups, the Justice and Equality Movement
Feb.23  Nigeria  President Umaru Yar'Adua 'returns home' Mar.6  Togo  Togo president 'wins re-election' Mar.17  Nigeria  Acting president dissolves cabinet Apr.3   Senegal Senegal unveils colossal statue
Apr.17  Sudan  Elections 'failed' international norms Apr.26   Sudan President wins election, officials say May.5   Nigeria President Yar'Adua has died May.16   Somalia Rebels attack Somali parliament Jul.21  Chad  Chad rules out arresting Sudan leader Jul.27   Uganda More AU troops to Somalia Aug.11  Rwanda  Kagame re-elected in landslide Oct.8   Libya US given month for Mid-East talks Oct.17  Congo  Rape victims march against violence Nov.14  Sudan  North-South Sudan framework set Dec.4   Ivory Coast Ivorian crisis as rivals sworn in  The incumbent Laurent Gbagbo took the oath to serve a new term, but within hours Alassane Ouattara also laid claim to the presidency Dec.4  Ivory Coast  Mbeki to mediate in Ivory Coast Dec.18   Ivory Coast Peacekeepers ordered out of Ivory Coast Dec.23   Ivory Coast Post-election violence claimed 173 lives  International pressure mounts for Laurent Gbagbo to quit the presidency. The US is exploring ways to strengthen the UN presence Dec.25  Liberia  Ivorians make the trek to Liberia Dec.28  Ivory Coast  Leaders leave Ivory Coast talks Dec.28  Ivory Coast  Gbagbo unmoved by Ivorian mission Dec.30  Ivory Coast  I Coast attack 'may restart war' Dec.31   Ivory Coast Military threat against Ivory Coast Dec.31   Egypt Deadly blast at Egyptian church   An explosion, apparently caused by a car bomb, in the north Egyptian city of Alexandria has has killed seven people and injured 24