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G. 2014-06-01 Ex-rebel becomes El Salvador leader El Salvador
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2015 2015
China
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2015 2015
South America
2014
East Asia
2014 2014
East Asia
Leftist leader wins Uruguay's presidency
China
2014 2014
China
Europe
2014 2014
Europe
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2013
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North Korea marks Kim Jong-il death
Huge poll win for Chilean left
Maduro wins Venezuela election
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2013 2013
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Anti-govt protesters topple Lenin statue in ...
Turkish attack a reminder of Cold War dynami...
Huge poll win for Chilean left
Maduro wins Venezuela election
2012
Xi heads new Chinese leadership
China's party congress wraps up
Hu Jintao opens Chinese congress
China Communist Party ousts Bo Xilau
N Korean leader speaks publicly
Chavez wins Venezuela election
Xi heads new Chinese leadership
China's party congress wraps up
Hu Jintao opens Chinese congress
China Communist Party ousts Bo Xilau
French Socialists 'set for win'
Greek leftist attacks EU 'poker'
Greek far left rejects more talks
Greek leftist leader lays out radical agen...
Chavez wins Venezuela election
2011
China marks 90 years of communism
Hu warns Chinese Communist Party
Latin America
2011 2011
Latin America
China marks 90 years of communism
Hu warns Chinese Communist Party
Europe
2011 2011
Europe
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2011 2011
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2010
China's leaders mull economic shift
Latin America
2010 2010
Latin America
China's leaders mull economic shift
Europe
2010 2010
Europe
South America
2010 2010
South America
2009
China marks Communist anniversary
Exit polls: Ex-guerrilla wins presidency
Leftist Funes claims presidency
Cuba marks 50 years of revolution
China marks Communist anniversary
Europe
2009 2009
Europe
Exit polls: Ex-guerrilla wins presidency
2008
Former Chinese leader Hua Guofeng dies
Cuba to abandon salary equality
FARC leader dead
FARC commander calls for dialogue
Former Chinese leader Hua Guofeng dies
Europe
2008 2008
Europe
FARC leader dead
FARC commander calls for dialogue
2007
Former Khmer Rouge leader arrested
Communist Party unveils new leaders
Communists 'falling short'
First Khmer Rouge leader charged
Guevara honored on death' anniversary
Revolutionary Vilma Espin dies
Castro fails to appear on May Day
Poll: Leftist Correa emerges as a winner
Communist Party unveils new leaders
Communists 'falling short'
Hundreds detained amid protests
Poll: Leftist Correa emerges as a winner
2006
East Asia
2006 2006
East Asia
Leftist trio seals Americas pact
China
2006 2006
China
Europe
2006 2006
Europe
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2006 2006
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2002
Communist Party Congress opens
Leftist Lula wins presidency by landslide
Communist Party Congress opens
Europe
2002 2002
Europe
Leftist Lula wins presidency by landslide
2001
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2001 2001
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2001 2001
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Obama hosts Vietnam Communist Party leader Podemos holds Madrid mass 'March for Change' Leftist leader wins Uruguay's presidency N. Korea boasts of removal of 'factionalist filth' after uncle executed North Korea marks Kim Jong-il death Huge poll win for Chilean left   Left-wing candidate Michelle Bachelet has been elected Chilean president for a second time, defeating her run-off rival by a wide margin Anti-govt protesters topple Lenin statue in Kiev, demand Ukraine turn to EU 'Maoist rebels' kill 17 in India Maduro wins Venezuela election


July 2015 ... more > Top ^
Jul.7   Washington


January 2015 ... more > Top ^
Jan.31   Madrid


year 2014 Top ^

Dec.20  Cuba  Cuba 'will not change' communist system, despite thaw
Nov.30   Uruguay
Aug.18  Vatican  Pope lifts ban on 'left-wing' bishop
Jun.1  El Salvador  Ex-rebel becomes El Salvador leader
Mar.13  El Salvador  Leftist candidate declared winner in Salvador's election
Mar.8  North Korea  North Koreans vote in rubber-stamp elections
Mar.7  El Salvador  El Salvador's ex-guerrilla poised to win presidency


year 2013 Top ^

Dec.31   North Korea
Dec.26  Beijing  China marks Mao's birth anniversary
Dec.16   North Korea
Dec.15   Chile
Dec.8   Kiev
Nov.25  London  Slave suspects 'ex-Maoist activists'
May.25   Central India
Apr.14   Venezuela
  Socialist candidate Nicolas Maduro, who was chosen by Chavez as his successor, has won a narrow victory in Venezuela's presidential poll
 Maduro won 50.7% of the vote against 49.1% for opposition candidate Henrique Capriles. Capriles said he refused to accept the result without a recount
Mar.13  Cambodia  Khmer Rouge chief Ieng Sary dies
Feb.1   Turkey
Jan.11  Vietnam  Hanoi admits online interference


year 2012 Top ^

Nov.14   Beijing
Nov.13   Beijing
Nov.7   Beijing
Oct.25  Beijing  China parliament expels Bo Xilai
Oct.22  China  Leftists oppose Bo Xilai removal
Oct.7   Venezuela
Sep.28   Beijing
Jun.10   Paris
May.26  Egypt  Leftist seeks Egypt vote recount
May.16  Greece  Greek leftist attacks EU 'poker'
May.13  Greece  Greek far left rejects more talks
May.9  Greece  Greek far-left ends coalition bid
May.8   Greece
Apr.14   North Korea


year 2011 Top ^

Nov.28  Wisconsin  Stalin's only daughter dies in US
Jun.30  Beijing  Hu warns Chinese Communist Party
  Beijing


year 2010 Top ^

Oct.15  Beijing  China's leaders mull economic shift


year 2009 Top ^

Nov.29   Uruguay
Sep.30   Beijing
Aug.1  Cuba  President vows to defend socialism
Mar.15   El Salvador
Jan.1   Cuba


year 2008 Top ^

Aug.20   Beijing
Aug.15   Nepal
Jun.11  Cuba  Cuba to abandon salary equality
May.24   Colombia
May.19  Colombia  FARC commander calls for dialogue
Apr.13   Nepal


year 2007 Top ^

Nov.18   Cambodia
Oct.21   Beijing
Oct.14  Beijing  Communists 'falling short'
Oct.8  Cuba  Guevara honored on death' anniversary
Sep.18  Cambodia  Top Khmer Rouge leader detained
Jul.31   Cambodia
Jun.18  Cuba  Revolutionary Vilma Espin dies
May.1  Istanbul  Hundreds detained amid protests
 Cuba  Castro fails to appear on May Day
Apr.15  Ecuador  Poll: Leftist Correa emerges as a winner
Mar.30   Nepal


year 2006 Top ^

Oct.13  Peru  Shining Path leader sentenced to life
Apr.29   Cuba
Feb.12  Nepal  'Exile or trial' for king


year 2005 Top ^

Sep.26  Peru  New start for Shining Path trial


year 2004 Top ^

Oct.31  Uruguay  Left headed for poll win


year 2002 Top ^

Nov.7   Beijing
Oct.27   Brazil
Apr.30  Sydney  May Day protesters clash with police


year 2001 Top ^

Dec.9  Nepal  Up to 60 Maoists have been killed
Nov.18  Bulgaria  Socialist wins presidency
Sep.23  Poland  Victory for ex-communists
Jul.7  Nepal  Rebels kill 34 in police attacks
May.1  Berlin  Berlin protesters clash with police
Apr.10  Colombia  FARC commander sought
Mar.18   Paris
Jan.1  Cambodia  Khmer Rouge trial law

before year 2000
Jul. 8, 1994   North Korea
  North Korea did not report the death for more than 34 hours after it occurred. An official mourning period was declared from 8–17 July
Dec. 26, 1991   Moscow Dissolution of the Soviet Union
  The declaration acknowledging the independence of the erstwhile Soviet republics and creating the Commonwealth of Independent States
Mar. 11, 1985   Moscow Mikhail Gorbachev becomes Premier of Soviet Union
  Gorbachev was elected General Secretary by the Politburo. His policies of glasnost and perestroika contributed to the end of the Cold War
Nov. 10, 1982   Moscow Death of Leonid Brezhnev Map of Mozhaysky District Moscow Oblast Russia
  He died aged 76 after suffering a heart attack following years of serious ailments. His death was officially acknowledged on 11 November
Sep. 9, 1976   Beijing Mao Tse-tung died  The party delayed the announcement until a radio message broadcast across the nation announced the news while appealing for party unity Jan. 1, 1959   Cuba   Cuban Revolution ousted Batista Map of Havana Cuba  An armed revolt conducted by Fidel Castro's 26th of July Movement and its allies against the US-backed authoritarian government Oct. 23, 1956   Hungary Hungarian Revolt began Map of Budapest Hungary  The Hungarian Revolution was a nationwide revolt against the government of the Hungarian People's Republic and its Soviet-imposed policies Mar. 5, 1953   Moscow Death of Joseph Stalin Map of Kuntsevo Dacha Kuntsevo District Moscow Russia  Stalin (18 December 1878[1] –5 March 1953, birth surname: Dzhugashvili) was the leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until his death Oct. 1, 1949   Beijing   People's Republic of China proclaimed Map of Tiananmen Beijing China  After a victory by the Communist Party in the Chinese Civil War, Mao Zedong proclaimed the People's Republic of China from atop Tiananmen Feb. 25, 1948   Czech Republic   Communist coup in Czechoslovakia  The Communists took power in the Czechoslovak coup d'état, and Edvard Beneš inaugurated a new cabinet led by Klement Gottwald Aug. 21, 1940   Mexico Trotsky assassinated in Mexico   Lev Davidovich Bronshtein was a Marxist revolutionary and theorist, Soviet politician, and the founder and first leader of the Red Army Nov. 6, 1917   St. Petersburg Bolshevik Revolution   The October Revolution was a seizure of state power. It took place with an armed insurrection in Petrograd Dec. 26, 1893   Southern China Mao Tse-Tung born   Chairman Mao was a Chinese Communist revolutionary and the founding father of the People's Republic of China Apr. 9, 1870   Volga Region Vladimir Ilyich Lenin born   A Russian communist revolutionary, politician and political theorist. He served as head of government of the Russia Apr. 10, 1848   London Chartists present Petition to Parliament  Chartism was a working-class movement for political reform in Britain which existed from 1838 to 1858