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1. 2016-07-29 UN Security Council agrees to send police to Burundi UN Security Council
C. 2016-07-04 Netanyahu in Entebbe to mark hostage-rescue anniversary Entebbe airport, Entebbe, Uganda
2016-05-30 Hissene Habre: Chad's ex-ruler convicted of crimes against humanity Senegal
E. 2016-02-21 Uganda leader Museveni declared winner Uganda
F. 2015-11-29 Pope Francis to visit mosque in CAR capital Bangui Bangui, CAR
G. 2015-11-23 Burundi violence: US to place sanctions on officials Burundi
H. 2015-11-07 Burundi violence: Scores flee homes before crackdown Burundi
8. 2015-08-28 UN warns South Sudan rivals to honour ceasefire UN Security Council
9. 2015-08-25 UN to 'act immediately' unless S. Sudan peace deal signed UN Security Council

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UN Security Council agrees to send police to Burundi  The Council has authorised the deployment of a UN police force to Burundi to try to quell violence and human rights abuses in the country Netanyahu in Entebbe to mark hostage-rescue anniversary. Uganda Hissene Habre: Chad's ex-ruler convicted of crimes against humanity    Senegal: Chad's ex-ruler Hissene Habre has been convicted of crimes against humanity and sentenced to life in prison at a landmark trial in Senegal Uganda leader Museveni declared winner Pope Francis to visit mosque in CAR capital Bangui Burundi violence: US to place sanctions on officials Pierre Nkurunziza wins third term. Burundi Burundi coup bid: President Nkurunziza's return 'thwarted'


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year 2015 Top ^

Nov.29
Nov.23
Nov.7  Burundi violence: Scores flee homes before crackdown
Aug.28  UN warns South Sudan rivals to honour ceasefire
Aug.25  UN to 'act immediately' unless S. Sudan peace deal signed
Aug.1  Thousands risk starvation after government blockades Nile
Jul.24
May.13
  Pierre Nkurunziza's attempt to return home to tackle a coup has failed and he has returned to Tanzania where he was attending a summit
Apr.26  Deadly Burundi protests after president seeks third term Feb.1  S Sudan foes agree to end conflict Jan.20  LRA leader transferred to The Hague

year 2014 Top ^

Oct.21  Congo doctor Denis Mukwege wins Sakharov prize Aug.1  Uganda court annuls anti-gay law Jul.23  Central African Republic factions announce ceasefire Jun.10  S Sudan rivals 'vow to end fighting' May.9 South Sudan rivals agree peace deal
Map of Addis Ababa Ethiopia   Ethiopia: South Sudan's President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar have agreed a peace deal after a five-month conflict May.8  Leaders to hold key S Sudan talks Apr.6  Rwandans begins week of mourning Feb.27  World Bank stalls $90m Uganda loan Feb.25  Uganda health services 'are for all' Uganda tabloid names 'homosexuals'   Red Pepper has named the country's '200 top homosexuals', a day after President Museveni signed into law a bill toughening penalties for gay... Feb.16 Uganda's president to sign anti-gay bill Jan.23 South Sudan, rebels reach ceasefire    Ethiopia: The government and rebels signed a cease-fire deal in Ethiopia's capital, Addis Ababa, after more than a month of fighting Jan.8 CAR president's future in balance Jan.3 Direct talks due on S Sudan truce. Ethiopia

year 2013 Top ^

Dec.31 South Sudan peace talks planned as forces clash   Southern Sudan: South Sudan President Salva Kiir and former Vice President Riek Machar have agreed to a cessation of hostilities and to peace talks Dec.27 South Sudan government agrees in principle to ceasefire
Map of Southern Sudan  Southern Sudan: South Sudan's government says it has agreed 'in principle' to a cease-fire meant to stop fighting that has left more than 1,000 people dead Dec.26 Africa heads to discuss South Sudan. Kenya Mar.24 CAR President Bozize flees capital Map of Bangui CAR  Rebels in the Central African Republic have taken the capital, Bangui, after President Francois Bozize fled Jan.5   Sudan leaders back buffer zone   Ethiopia: The leaders of Sudan and South Sudan have reaffirmed their commitment to setting up a buffer zone on their shared border and resuming oil ex...

year 2012 Top ^

Dec.28  CAR agrees to talks with rebels Nov.24  DR Congo rebels urged to stop war Sep.23   Sudan and South Sudan hold talks    Ethiopia: The leaders of Sudan and South Sudan have held direct talks in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa aimed at resolving long-running disputes Apr.29  Sudan 'declares border emergency' Apr.18  Sudan leader vows to 'free' South

year 2011 Top ^

Dec.9  Plea for calm after DR Congo poll Joseph Kabila 're-elected'  Congo: President Joseph Kabila obtained 49% of the vote against 32% for veteran opposition leader Etienne Tshisekedi Jul.9 South Sudan raises national flag
Map of Juba Southern Sudan
  Southern Sudan: Tens of thousands of South Sudanese have watched the raising of the new country's flag at an independence ceremony in the capital
 Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon are among dignitaries attending celebrations in the capital
Jul.8 South Sudan to become newest nation. Southern Sudan Jul.3  AU: No cooperation with Gadhafi warrant Jun.14  Obama calls for Sudan ceasefire Feb.20  Yoweri Museveni wins fresh term Feb.7 Southern Sudan votes to split from north Jan.30 99% vote to split in Southern Sudan Map of Southern Sudan
  98.83% of Southern Sudanese voted to split from the north, organizers reported, marking the first complete preliminary results.    The referendum on whether to declare independence from the government in the north is part of a peace agreement. The war was between a government dominated by Arab Muslims a...
Jan.15  Vote on whether to split Sudan ends Jan.9 Southern Sudanese voters head to polls   Tens of thousands of people across Southern Sudan went to the polls in a historic referendum that they say is a vote for freedom Jan.7 Bashir: Sudan not ready for split

year 2010 Top ^

Dec.28  Ballots delivered for Sudan vote Nov.14 North-South Sudan framework set
Oct.17 Rape victims march against violence. Congo Oct.7  U.N. delegation underscores Sudan vote Aug.11 Kagame re-elected in landslide. Rwanda Jul.27 More AU troops to Somalia   Uganda: The African Union summit ended without a resolution to change the mandate of its mission in Somalia from peacekeeping to peace enforcing Jul.21 Chad rules out arresting Sudan leader Jul.4  Mourning declared after tanker blast Jul.3  Fuel truck victims buried in mass graves

year 2009 Top ^

Jun.10 Italy and France 'failing Africa'
Mar.17   Pope visits Africa, reaffirms condom ban
  Cameroon: Benedict XVI refused to soften the Vatican's ban on condom use as he arrived in Africa for his first visit to the continent as pope


year 2008 Top ^

Nov.16 U.N. envoy meets Congolese rebel leader
Nov.15  U.N. envoy in Congo for peace talks Nov.13  Oxfam: Nations failing on Congo crisis Nov.7  U.N. chief: Rebels 'poisonous' for Congo  Summit demands action on DR Congo May.10 Sudan cuts Chad ties over attack Feb.6  President 'in control of entire country' Feb.4  Support Chad president, says UN

year 2007 Top ^

Nov.22 Commonwealth suspends Pakistan
. Uganda Nov.9  Chad frees Spaniards in 'kidnap' plot Nov.2 'Kidnap' children may not get home  Chad: Some of the youngsters at the center of an attempt to transport them to Europe may never be returned home because of confusion over their origins Oct.31  Chad won't impede aid groups Aug.31  Refugees go home with fear

year 2006 Top ^

Nov.16 Poll loser rejects result
. Congo Nov.15 Kabila named winner of vote   Congo: Incumbent President was declared the winner of tense runoff election, defeating his ex-rebel leader rival Oct.28  War-ravaged Congo goes to polls Oct.10 DR Congo children 'still armed' Aug.26 Uganda and LRA rebels sign truce Jul.29 Congo goes to polls first time in decades
  17,000 U.N. troops and 2,000 European Union troops -- is on standby Apr.14  Chad cuts Sudan ties after attack Feb.25 Museveni won presidential race  Uganda: Longtime incumbent leader has won the race, but the closest runner-up says he plans to challenge the results Feb.22  Ugandans begin presidential vote

year 2004 Top ^

Apr.7 Silence as genocide recalled
. Rwanda Mar.26 Annan apologizes for Rwanda genocide. UN Mar.8  Haiti's Aristide defiant in exile

year 2003 Top ^

Aug.25 President claims landslide
. Rwanda Aug.15 Ugandan dictator Idi Amin dies   Saudi Arabia: Idi Amin, who had lived for years in exile, is blamed for the murders of tens of thousands of Ugandans in the 1970s Jul.21  Idi Amin fighting for life

year 2002 Top ^

Dec.16 DR Congo peace deal signed
. South Africa Jul.30  Rwanda, Congo signed treaty to end war

year 2001 Top ^

Feb.15  Movement in Congo peace talks Feb.3  Congo leader visits Belgium Jan.20  Body of L. Kabila returns home Jan.19  Kabila's son to be sworn in Jan.18  Kabila's son is head of Congo
before year 2000
Jun. 16, 1880 Berlin Conference
  The Congo Conference regulated European colonization and trade in Africa during the New Imperialism period



Italy and France 'failing Africa' Uganda leader Museveni declared winner Pierre Nkurunziza wins third term. Burundi Joseph Kabila 're-elected'  Congo: President Joseph Kabila obtained 49% of the vote against 32% for veteran opposition leader Etienne Tshisekedi Southern Sudan votes to split from north 99% vote to split in Southern Sudan Map of Southern Sudan




Central Africa, Politics Aid Timeline ... See World Aid timeline Top ^
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2008
Nov.13  Oxfam: Nations failing on Congo crisis
2007
Oct.31  Chad won't impede aid groups




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Dec.9  Plea for calm after DR Congo poll
Dec.9
Feb.20  Yoweri Museveni wins fresh term
Feb.7
Jan.30
  98.83% of Southern Sudanese voted to split from the north, organizers reported, marking the first complete preliminary results.    The referendum on whether to declare independence from the government in the north is part of a peace agreement. The war was between a government dominated by Arab Muslims a...
Jan.15  Vote on whether to split Sudan ends Jan.9 Southern Sudanese voters head to polls   Tens of thousands of people across Southern Sudan went to the polls in a historic referendum that they say is a vote for freedom 2010 Dec.28  Ballots delivered for Sudan vote Oct.7  U.N. delegation underscores Sudan vote Aug.11 Kagame re-elected in landslide. Rwanda 2006 Nov.16 Poll loser rejects result. Congo Nov.15 Kabila named winner of vote   Congo: Incumbent President was declared the winner of tense runoff election, defeating his ex-rebel leader rival Oct.28  War-ravaged Congo goes to polls Jul.29 Congo goes to polls first time in decades  17,000 U.N. troops and 2,000 European Union troops -- is on standby Feb.25 Museveni won presidential race  Uganda: Longtime incumbent leader has won the race, but the closest runner-up says he plans to challenge the results Feb.22  Ugandans begin presidential vote 2003 Aug.25 President claims landslide. Rwanda



Central Africa, Politics Border Conflict Politics Timeline ... See World Border Conflict Politics timeline Top ^
2013 Jan.5   Sudan leaders back buffer zone   Ethiopia: The leaders of Sudan and South Sudan have reaffirmed their commitment to setting up a buffer zone on their shared border and resuming oil ex...



Central Africa, Politics Government Timeline ... See World Government timeline Top ^
2015 Aug.1  Thousands risk starvation after government blockades Nile 2011 Jul.9 South Sudan raises national flag
Map of Juba Southern Sudan
  Southern Sudan: Tens of thousands of South Sudanese have watched the raising of the new country's flag at an independence ceremony in the capital
 Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon are among dignitaries attending celebrations in the capital
Jul.8 South Sudan to become newest nation. Southern Sudan



Central Africa, Politics Religion Timeline ... See World Religion timeline Top ^
2009 Mar.17   Pope visits Africa, reaffirms condom ban
  Cameroon: Benedict XVI refused to soften the Vatican's ban on condom use as he arrived in Africa for his first visit to the continent as pope




Central Africa, Politics Anniversary Timeline ... See World Anniversary timeline Top ^
2004 Apr.7 Silence as genocide recalled
. Rwanda



Central Africa, Politics Summit Timeline ... See World Summit timeline Top ^
2012 Nov.24  DR Congo rebels urged to stop war 2011 Jul.3  AU: No cooperation with Gadhafi warrant 2010 Jul.27 More AU troops to Somalia   Uganda: The African Union summit ended without a resolution to change the mandate of its mission in Somalia from peacekeeping to peace enforcing 2008 Nov.7  Summit demands action on DR Congo 1880 Jun. 16, 1880 Berlin Conference
  The Congo Conference regulated European colonization and trade in Africa during the New Imperialism period




Central Africa, Politics Warning Timeline ... See World Warning timeline Top ^
2015 Aug.28  UN warns South Sudan rivals to honour ceasefire Aug.25  UN to 'act immediately' unless S. Sudan peace deal signed



Central Africa, Politics Immigration Timeline ... See World Immigration timeline Top ^
2007 Aug.31  Refugees go home with fear



Central Africa, Politics Visit Timeline ... See World Visit timeline Top ^
2016 Jul.4 Netanyahu in Entebbe to mark hostage-rescue anniversary
. Uganda 2015 Nov.29 Pope Francis to visit mosque in CAR capital Bangui 2008 Nov.16 U.N. envoy meets Congolese rebel leader 2001 Feb.3  Congo leader visits Belgium



Central Africa, Politics Agreement Timeline ... See World Agreement timeline Top ^
2015 Feb.1  S Sudan foes agree to end conflict 2014 Jul.23  Central African Republic factions announce ceasefire Jun.10  S Sudan rivals 'vow to end fighting' May.9 South Sudan rivals agree peace deal Map of Addis Ababa Ethiopia   Ethiopia: South Sudan's President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar have agreed a peace deal after a five-month conflict Jan.23 South Sudan, rebels reach ceasefire    Ethiopia: The government and rebels signed a cease-fire deal in Ethiopia's capital, Addis Ababa, after more than a month of fighting 2013 Dec.27 South Sudan government agrees in principle to ceasefire Map of Southern Sudan  Southern Sudan: South Sudan's government says it has agreed 'in principle' to a cease-fire meant to stop fighting that has left more than 1,000 people dead 2010 Nov.14 North-South Sudan framework set 2006 Aug.26 Uganda and LRA rebels sign truce 2002 Dec.16 DR Congo peace deal signed. South Africa Jul.30  Rwanda, Congo signed treaty to end war



Central Africa, Politics Embassy Timeline ... See World Embassy timeline Top ^
2008 May.10 Sudan cuts Chad ties over attack




Central Africa, Politics Human Rights Timeline ... See World Human Rights timeline Top ^
2016 May.30 Hissene Habre: Chad's ex-ruler convicted of crimes against humanity    Senegal: Chad's ex-ruler Hissene Habre has been convicted of crimes against humanity and sentenced to life in prison at a landmark trial in Senegal 2014 Oct.21  Congo doctor Denis Mukwege wins Sakharov prize 2006 Oct.10 DR Congo children 'still armed'




Central Africa, Politics Political Sanctions Timeline ... See World Political Sanctions timeline Top ^
2015 Nov.23 Burundi violence: US to place sanctions on officials
2007 Nov.22 Commonwealth suspends Pakistan. Uganda



Central Africa, Politics Talks Timeline ... See World Talks timeline Top ^
2014 May.8  Leaders to hold key S Sudan talks Jan.3 Direct talks due on S Sudan truce
. Ethiopia 2013 Dec.31 South Sudan peace talks planned as forces clash   Southern Sudan: South Sudan President Salva Kiir and former Vice President Riek Machar have agreed to a cessation of hostilities and to peace talks Dec.26 Africa heads to discuss South Sudan. Kenya 2012 Dec.28  CAR agrees to talks with rebels Sep.23   Sudan and South Sudan hold talks    Ethiopia: The leaders of Sudan and South Sudan have held direct talks in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa aimed at resolving long-running disputes 2008 Nov.15  U.N. envoy in Congo for peace talks 2001 Feb.15  Movement in Congo peace talks



Central Africa, Politics Political Leaders Timeline ... See World Political Leaders timeline Top ^
2015 May.13 Burundi coup bid: President Nkurunziza's return 'thwarted'
  Pierre Nkurunziza's attempt to return home to tackle a coup has failed and he has returned to Tanzania where he was attending a summit
Jan.20  LRA leader transferred to The Hague 2014 Jan.8 CAR president's future in balance
2013 Mar.24 CAR President Bozize flees capital Map of Bangui CAR  Rebels in the Central African Republic have taken the capital, Bangui, after President Francois Bozize fled 2010 Jul.21 Chad rules out arresting Sudan leader 2008 Feb.4  Support Chad president, says UN 2004 Mar.8  Haiti's Aristide defiant in exile 2003 Jul.21  Idi Amin fighting for life 2001 Jan.19  Kabila's son to be sworn in Jan.18  Kabila's son is head of Congo



Central Africa, Politics Protest Timeline ... See World Protest timeline Top ^
2015 Apr.26  Deadly Burundi protests after president seeks third term 2010 Oct.17 Rape victims march against violence
. Congo



Central Africa, Politics Security Timeline ... See World Security timeline Top ^
2016 Jul.29 UN Security Council agrees to send police to Burundi  The Council has authorised the deployment of a UN police force to Burundi to try to quell violence and human rights abuses in the country 2015 Nov.7  Burundi violence: Scores flee homes before crackdown 2012 Apr.29  Sudan 'declares border emergency'



Central Africa, Politics LGBT Timeline ... See World LGBT timeline Top ^
2014 Aug.1  Uganda court annuls anti-gay law Feb.27  World Bank stalls $90m Uganda loan Feb.25  Uganda health services 'are for all' Feb.25 Uganda tabloid names 'homosexuals'   Red Pepper has named the country's '200 top homosexuals', a day after President Museveni signed into law a bill toughening penalties for gay... Feb.16 Uganda's president to sign anti-gay bill




Central Africa, Politics Obituary Timeline ... See World Obituary timeline Top ^
2014 Apr.6  Rwandans begins week of mourning 2010 Jul.4  Mourning declared after tanker blast Jul.3  Fuel truck victims buried in mass graves 2003 Aug.15 Ugandan dictator Idi Amin dies   Saudi Arabia: Idi Amin, who had lived for years in exile, is blamed for the murders of tens of thousands of Ugandans in the 1970s 2001 Jan.20  Body of L. Kabila returns home