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Summary.     Click for More > Bosnian Serb flown to U.N. court  Dragan Jokic, army officer wanted over the Srebrenica massacre, gave himself up Lawyers demand Milosevic's freedom Milosevic facing genocide charges Conference on racism starts U.N. urges fair trial of aid workers UN evacuates Afghanistan staff Anti-terrorism resolution  Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution introduced by the United States a cut off the financing of terrorist groups Aid stepped up for refugees NY mayor addresses UN   U.N., Annan receive Nobel Prize  Norwegian Nobel Committee gave the centenary award to the U.N. and Kofi Annan, 63, for building peace Milosevic scorns war crimes court UN warns of aid catastrophe Bin Laden hits out at UN infidels Bush addresses UN Arafat asks to aid Mideast peace Khatami addresses 'Root of terrorism' UN invited to organize government Milosevic refuses genocide plea  Former Yugoslav President sat impassively as the genocide charges were read out No U.N. vote on Mideast U.S. vetoes Mideast peace move Green light for Afghan force
Plavsic indicted Milosevic extradited to Hague
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  Former President was taken from a prison in Belgrade, sent to the Bosnia, then arrived at The Hague. Kostunica protested
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Plavsic indicted  The former Bosnian Serb president indicted on war crimes charges by the UN War Crimes Tribunal Bosnian Serbs jailed for war rape UN warns of foot-mouth Annan expected to ask to stay Tribunal serves Milosevic warrant African AIDS summit U.N. cries foul over Timor verdict Milosevic extradition decree UN AIDS Conference Milosevic supporters take to streets   Milosevic extradited to Hague


January 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jan.10  
Jan.11  Plavsic denies genocide
Jan.15  U.N. lays out Kosovo plans
Jan.16  Annan wants trials for child soldiers
Jan.22  Iraq-U.N. talks
Jan.29  Security Council to cut force


February 2001 ... more > Top ^
Feb.3  Milosevic attacks Hague tribunal
Feb.6  UN immigration warning for Europe
Feb.22
 Next steps for Congo warring sides


March 2001 ... more > Top ^
Mar.7  Iraq seeking kickbacks
Mar.10  UN chief to take up Afghan statues
Mar.14
Mar.15  Annan urged to seek 2nd term
Mar.19  Bosnian camp commanders on trial
Mar.21  Sharon talks peace with Annan
Mar.22
Mar.26  Palestinians drop call for observers
Mar.27  Arab leaders urged to find peace
Mar.29  U.N. probes Kosovo shelling


April 2001 ... more > Top ^
Apr.5
Apr.6  Thousands flee to U.N. camps
Apr.12  Iraq: UN sanctions killed 1.5 million
Apr.16  Massacre suspect due before U.N.
Apr.27


May 2001 ... more > Top ^
May.2  UN starts moving 50,000 refugees
May.4
May.7  Sanctions enforced
May.11  Annan condemns Mideast violence
May.14  Kosovo autonomy plan
May.16  Russia backs Annan 2nd term
May.20  UN tribunal investigator arrested
May.21  Saddam blasts proposed sanctions
May.22  Kabila calls for larger U.N. force


June 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jun.1  Humanitarian scheme extended
Jun.4  Milosevic extradition talks fail
Jun.8  U.N. chief to travel to Mideast
Jun.15  Rebels refuse to demilitarize Kisangani
Jun.17  U.N., Taliban feed poor once more
Jun.23
Jun.25
Jun.26
 Declaration of commitment on AIDS
Jun.28  
  Former President was taken from a prison in Belgrade, sent to the Bosnia, then arrived at The Hague. Kostunica protested
Jun.30  Milosevic: U.N. handover 'kidnap'

July 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jul.2  Vote on Iraqi sanctions postponed Jul.3 War crimes court charges Milosevic  U.N. renews Iraq oil-for-food plan  Iraqi diplomats ask to stay in U.S. Jul.5  Annan condemns 'assassinations' Jul.9  Milosevic proud of all he did Jul.12  Milosevic team eye court challenge Jul.13  General to surrender Jul.17  U.N. demands end to violence Jul.24  UN wants audit of cocaine spraying Jul.26  General denies war crimes

August 2001 ... more > Top ^
Aug.2  Serb general guilty of genocide Aug.3 Bosnian Muslim officers charged
Aug.15   Bosnian Serb flown to U.N. court
  Dragan Jokic, army officer wanted over the Srebrenica massacre, gave himself up
Aug.16  Serb denies genocide charge Aug.17 U.N. warns Taliban Aug.18 Wife visits Milosevic for 60 Aug.21  Bosnia Serb denies Srebrenica role Aug.23     Lawyers demand Milosevic's freedom  Lawyers are contesting the legality of the U.N. tribunal and said the detention was part of an 'anti-Serb witch hunt' Aug.24  Milosevic reprimanded for TV call Aug.29  Plavsic gets bail Aug.30     Milosevic facing genocide charges  Charges of genocide in Bosnia and Croatia, combined with crimes against humanity in Kosovo, are to be filed Aug.31     Conference on racism starts  U.N. Secretary-General Annan urging to set aside their differences  Milosevic loses court challenge

September 2001 ... more > Top ^
Sep.4   U.N. urges fair trial of aid workers  The trial began in a preliminary stage Sep.6  Serb genocide suspect freed Sep.12   UN evacuates Afghanistan staff  UN is moving 80 foreign staff out in the wake of terrorist attacks on America. Sep.18  UN urge to hand over Bin Laden Sep.24  Bosnian general flies to The Hague Sep.25  UN braced for refugee flood  UN plea for open Afghan borders Sep.27  UN launches Afghan aid appeal Sep.28   Anti-terrorism resolution
  Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution introduced by the United States a cut off the financing of terrorist groups
Sep.29   Aid stepped up for refugees  The United Nations is sending convoy of trucks into Afghanistan, carrying 200 tonnes of food supplies

October 2001 ... more > Top ^
Oct.1   NY mayor addresses UN  Giuliani urges anti-terror pact at the UN General Assembly Oct.6  Donors pledged $608m to Afghans Oct.8 Syria gets UN security seat Security Council backs attacks Oct.12     U.N., Annan receive Nobel Prize
  Norwegian Nobel Committee gave the centenary award to the U.N. and Kofi Annan, 63, for building peace
Oct.14 Millions at risk Oct.15 US and UN talk post-Taliban rule Oct.29     Milosevic scorns war crimes court  The former Yugoslav president is refusing to cooperate with the U.N. tribunal, saying it is an illegitimate institution

November 2001 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1   UN warns of aid catastrophe  Humanitarian official has warned of a pending catastrophe in Mazar-e-Sharif Nov.2 Bosnia concentr. camp guards jailed
Nov.3     Bin Laden hits out at UN infidels  In a video address Saudi-born militant has condemned the UN as a tool for crimes against Muslims Nov.8 UN helicopter crashes UN condemns Burundi rebel attacks Nov.9 Bush snubs Arafat on terrorists Nov.10     Bush addresses UN  President speking to the General Assembly demands action on terror Nov.11     Arafat asks to aid Mideast peace  Palestinian Authority President appealed for international involvement in peace process at U.N. General Assembly     Khatami addresses 'Root of terrorism'  Iranian President expressed his sorrow for killed on September 11, but said the root causes of terrorism must be examined Nov.12 New charges for Milosevic UN steps up post-Taliban plans Nov.13     UN invited to organize government
  Northern Alliance now occupied government buildings. Women are casting off veils, go back to work, and girls to school Nov.29 Extension of oil-for-food program Nov.30 Calls mount for fort inquiry

December 2001 ... more > Top ^
Dec.11   Milosevic refuses genocide plea
  Former Yugoslav President sat impassively as the genocide charges were read out
Dec.13   No U.N. vote on Mideast  Security Council adjourned a closed-door session without taking action on a resolution calling for international observers Dec.14   U.S. vetoes Mideast peace move
  The United States has vetoed a Security Council resolution that called for an immediate end to violence Dec.20   Green light for Afghan force
  Security Council has given the go-ahead for a multinational force to help stabilise Kabul Dec.26 Enough evidence to convict Milosevic Dec.28 UN's Kosovo chief resigns


Bosnian Serbs jailed for war rape Tribunal serves Milosevic warrant Milosevic extradition decree   Milosevic extradited to Hague




United Nations, 2001 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
2001
Jan.22  Iraq-U.N. talks
Jan.29  Security Council to cut force
Feb.22
Feb.22  Next steps for Congo warring sides
Mar.19  Bosnian camp commanders on trial
Mar.21  Sharon talks peace with Annan
Mar.27  Arab leaders urged to find peace
Mar.29  U.N. probes Kosovo shelling
Apr.5
Apr.16  Massacre suspect due before U.N.
May.2  UN starts moving 50,000 refugees
May.11  Annan condemns Mideast violence
May.20  UN tribunal investigator arrested
May.22  Kabila calls for larger U.N. force
Jun.4  Milosevic extradition talks fail
Jun.8  U.N. chief to travel to Mideast
Jun.15  Rebels refuse to demilitarize Kisangani
Jun.23
Jun.28
  Former President was taken from a prison in Belgrade, sent to the Bosnia, then arrived at The Hague. Kostunica protested
Jun.30  Milosevic: U.N. handover 'kidnap' Jul.3 War crimes court charges Milosevic
Jul.9  Milosevic proud of all he did Jul.13  General to surrender Jul.17  U.N. demands end to violence Jul.26  General denies war crimes Aug.2  Serb general guilty of genocide Aug.3 Bosnian Muslim officers charged Aug.15 Bosnian Serb flown to U.N. court
  Dragan Jokic, army officer wanted over the Srebrenica massacre, gave himself up
Aug.16  Serb denies genocide charge Aug.21  Bosnia Serb denies Srebrenica role Aug.23   Lawyers demand Milosevic's freedom  Lawyers are contesting the legality of the U.N. tribunal and said the detention was part of an 'anti-Serb witch hunt' Aug.30   Milosevic facing genocide charges  Charges of genocide in Bosnia and Croatia, combined with crimes against humanity in Kosovo, are to be filed Sep.24  Bosnian general flies to The Hague Oct.12   U.N., Annan receive Nobel Prize
  Norwegian Nobel Committee gave the centenary award to the U.N. and Kofi Annan, 63, for building peace
Oct.29   Milosevic scorns war crimes court  The former Yugoslav president is refusing to cooperate with the U.N. tribunal, saying it is an illegitimate institution Nov.2 Bosnia concentr. camp guards jailed Nov.8 UN condemns Burundi rebel attacks Nov.11   Arafat asks to aid Mideast peace  Palestinian Authority President appealed for international involvement in peace process at U.N. General Assembly Nov.12 New charges for Milosevic Dec.11 Milosevic refuses genocide plea
  Former Yugoslav President sat impassively as the genocide charges were read out
Dec.14 U.S. vetoes Mideast peace move  The United States has vetoed a Security Council resolution that called for an immediate end to violence Dec.20 Green light for Afghan force  Security Council has given the go-ahead for a multinational force to help stabilise Kabul



United Nations, 2001 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2001 Mar.14 UN warns of foot-mouth Apr.6  Thousands flee to U.N. camps Apr.27 African AIDS summit May.2  UN starts moving 50,000 refugees Jun.25 UN AIDS Conference Jun.26  Declaration of commitment on AIDS Sep.25  UN braced for refugee flood Sep.25  UN plea for open Afghan borders Sep.29 Aid stepped up for refugees  The United Nations is sending convoy of trucks into Afghanistan, carrying 200 tonnes of food supplies Oct.6  Donors pledged $608m to Afghans Oct.14 Millions at risk Nov.1 UN warns of aid catastrophe  Humanitarian official has warned of a pending catastrophe in Mazar-e-Sharif Nov.8 UN helicopter crashes



United Nations, 2001 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2001 May.7  Sanctions enforced Jul.3  U.N. renews Iraq oil-for-food plan Nov.29 Extension of oil-for-food program




United Nations, 2001 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.10 Plavsic indicted  The former Bosnian Serb president indicted on war crimes charges by the UN War Crimes Tribunal Jan.11  Plavsic denies genocide Jan.16  Annan wants trials for child soldiers Feb.3  Milosevic attacks Hague tribunal Feb.22 Bosnian Serbs jailed for war rape
Mar.19  Bosnian camp commanders on trial Apr.5 Tribunal serves Milosevic warrant Apr.16  Massacre suspect due before U.N. May.4 U.N. cries foul over Timor verdict May.20  UN tribunal investigator arrested Jun.4  Milosevic extradition talks fail Jun.28   Milosevic extradited to Hague
  Former President was taken from a prison in Belgrade, sent to the Bosnia, then arrived at The Hague. Kostunica protested
Jun.30  Milosevic: U.N. handover 'kidnap' Jul.3 War crimes court charges Milosevic Jul.12  Milosevic team eye court challenge Jul.24  UN wants audit of cocaine spraying Jul.26  General denies war crimes Aug.2  Serb general guilty of genocide Aug.15 Bosnian Serb flown to U.N. court
  Dragan Jokic, army officer wanted over the Srebrenica massacre, gave himself up
Aug.16  Serb denies genocide charge Aug.18 Wife visits Milosevic for 60 Aug.21  Bosnia Serb denies Srebrenica role Aug.23   Lawyers demand Milosevic's freedom  Lawyers are contesting the legality of the U.N. tribunal and said the detention was part of an 'anti-Serb witch hunt' Aug.24  Milosevic reprimanded for TV call Aug.29  Plavsic gets bail Aug.30   Milosevic facing genocide charges  Charges of genocide in Bosnia and Croatia, combined with crimes against humanity in Kosovo, are to be filed Aug.31  Milosevic loses court challenge Sep.6  Serb genocide suspect freed Sep.24  Bosnian general flies to The Hague Sep.28 Anti-terrorism resolution
  Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution introduced by the United States a cut off the financing of terrorist groups
Oct.29   Milosevic scorns war crimes court  The former Yugoslav president is refusing to cooperate with the U.N. tribunal, saying it is an illegitimate institution Nov.2 Bosnia concentr. camp guards jailed Nov.12 New charges for Milosevic Nov.30 Calls mount for fort inquiry Dec.11 Milosevic refuses genocide plea
  Former Yugoslav President sat impassively as the genocide charges were read out
Dec.26 Enough evidence to convict Milosevic



United Nations, 2001 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.10 Plavsic indicted  The former Bosnian Serb president indicted on war crimes charges by the UN War Crimes Tribunal Jan.15  U.N. lays out Kosovo plans Jan.22  Iraq-U.N. talks Feb.6  UN immigration warning for Europe Mar.7  Iraq seeking kickbacks Mar.10  UN chief to take up Afghan statues Mar.15  Annan urged to seek 2nd term Mar.22 Annan expected to ask to stay
Mar.26  Palestinians drop call for observers Mar.27  Arab leaders urged to find peace Apr.6  Thousands flee to U.N. camps Apr.12  Iraq: UN sanctions killed 1.5 million May.4 U.N. cries foul over Timor verdict May.7  Sanctions enforced May.14  Kosovo autonomy plan May.16  Russia backs Annan 2nd term May.21  Saddam blasts proposed sanctions Jun.1  Humanitarian scheme extended Jun.17  U.N., Taliban feed poor once more Jun.25 UN AIDS Conference Jun.26 Milosevic supporters take to streets Jul.2  Vote on Iraqi sanctions postponed Jul.3  Iraqi diplomats ask to stay in U.S. Jul.5  Annan condemns 'assassinations' Aug.17 U.N. warns Taliban Aug.31   Conference on racism starts  U.N. Secretary-General Annan urging to set aside their differences Sep.4 U.N. urges fair trial of aid workers  The trial began in a preliminary stage Sep.12 UN evacuates Afghanistan staff  UN is moving 80 foreign staff out in the wake of terrorist attacks on America. Sep.18  UN urge to hand over Bin Laden Sep.25  UN braced for refugee flood Sep.25  UN plea for open Afghan borders Sep.27  UN launches Afghan aid appeal Sep.28 Anti-terrorism resolution
  Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution introduced by the United States a cut off the financing of terrorist groups
Sep.29 Aid stepped up for refugees  The United Nations is sending convoy of trucks into Afghanistan, carrying 200 tonnes of food supplies Oct.1 NY mayor addresses UN  Giuliani urges anti-terror pact at the UN General Assembly Oct.6  Donors pledged $608m to Afghans Oct.8 Syria gets UN security seat Oct.8 Security Council backs attacks Oct.12   U.N., Annan receive Nobel Prize
  Norwegian Nobel Committee gave the centenary award to the U.N. and Kofi Annan, 63, for building peace
Oct.15 US and UN talk post-Taliban rule Nov.3   Bin Laden hits out at UN infidels  In a video address Saudi-born militant has condemned the UN as a tool for crimes against Muslims Nov.9 Bush snubs Arafat on terrorists Nov.10   Bush addresses UN  President speking to the General Assembly demands action on terror Nov.11   Khatami addresses 'Root of terrorism'  Iranian President expressed his sorrow for killed on September 11, but said the root causes of terrorism must be examined Nov.12 UN steps up post-Taliban plans Nov.13   UN invited to organize government  Northern Alliance now occupied government buildings. Women are casting off veils, go back to work, and girls to school Nov.29 Extension of oil-for-food program Dec.13 No U.N. vote on Mideast  Security Council adjourned a closed-door session without taking action on a resolution calling for international observers Dec.28 UN's Kosovo chief resigns