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Islanders mourn Venezuela crash victims  Weeping relatives and friends prayed at a memorial ceremony as people struggled with the loss of 152 people Divers search for clues Elian interview sparks Miami row New storms could become Stan, Tammy Cayman Islands under storm warning Hurricane Wilma grows in strength  Wilma is threatening Cuba and Mexico and is expected to strengthen as it ploughs north through the Caribbean Wilma turns into a hurricane
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Rallies over Cuba exile Kaneria puts Pakistan in box seat Powell breaks world 100m record  Jamaican set a new men's record of 9.77 seconds at the Athens Olympic Stadium Texas group starting Aruba search UN troops storm shanty town  The peacekeepers have stormed a slum in Port-au-Prince, killing armed gang members loyal to Aristide Hurricane Dennis heads to Jamaica Hurricane batters Caribbean coast Hurricane Dennis' winds top 150 mph Dennis lashes Cuba, kills 20  Powerful winds, crashing waves and torrential rain churned its way across the length of the Caribbean nation Star journalist murdered Hurricane Emily aims at Jamaica Hurricane Emily 'extremely dangerous'  Category 4 storm with sustained winds of 155 mph passed south of Jamaica and headed toward Yucatan Dissidents held in crackdown Singer Ibrahim Ferrer dies Cuban spies trial in US 'biased'   160 believed dead in jet crash Map of Zulia Venezuela
350 inmates escape prison  Armed masked men in two vans broke through barricades and attacked the National Penitentiary Prison fire 'kills 140'  Clashes between rival gangs in the prison in the eastern town of Higuey led to a fire Firefight kills first U.N. peacekeeper Cuba rejects UN rights resolution Chavez talks trade with Castro Ruling party returned   Cuban 'bomber' arrested


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  Federal agents arrested notorious Luis Posada Carriles near Miami
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  The Colombian MD-82 aircraft carrying 160 people crashed in a remote area of western Venezuela
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  The hurricane rapidly intensified to a Category 4 with maximum sustained winds of 150 mph
Oct.19   Hurricane Wilma 'strongest ever'
  At least 11 people in have been killed by floods and landslides
Hurricane Wilma forces evacuation Oct.20   Evacuations face little resistance  Hurricane Wilma was expected to drench western Cuba. The residents packed their belongings Oct.23   Wilma hits Cuba as Florida braces  High winds and heavy rains are lashing western Cuba as the hurricane strengthens to a Category 3 storm Oct.25   Alpha leaves at least 8 dead  The Atlantic season's record-breaking 22nd named storm, left 8 people dead and 23 missing before moving north Oct.28   Beta hits island of Providencia  Hundreds of villagers on a tiny island hiked into the mountains, fleeing a powerful tropical storm

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Nov.15   Storm triggers mudslides  Mudslides buried 2 fishermen and destroyed 3 homes as rains overflowed river in St. Vincent and the Grenadines Nov.17     Castro mocks Parkinson's report
  President has portrayed as wishful thinking reports from the US that he is suffering from Parkinson's Disease Nov.25   Lara secures new Test runs record  West Indies batsman has become the leading Test runscorer of all time, passing the 11,174 mark set by Border Nov.28 Clean sweep Aussies beat Windies


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Dec.13   Cuba 'bars women from prize trip'  A group of women have been barred by their government from travelling to Europe to collect a human rights award Dec.19   Seaplane crashes off Miami Beach
  At least 19 people have died after a seaplane crashed into water. Parts of the aircraft could be seen in waters
Dec.20   Crash devastates islands  Weeping islanders went house to house to grieve for 11 of their own who died in the crash of a seaplane near Miami Dec.31   Seized officials freed  2 members of the Organization of American States and one of their spouses have been freed





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Firefight kills first U.N. peacekeeper UN troops storm shanty town  The peacekeepers have stormed a slum in Port-au-Prince, killing armed gang members loyal to Aristide Prison fire 'kills 140'  Clashes between rival gangs in the prison in the eastern town of Higuey led to a fire Hurricane Dennis heads to Jamaica Hurricane batters Caribbean coast Hurricane Dennis' winds top 150 mph Dennis lashes Cuba, kills 20  Powerful winds, crashing waves and torrential rain churned its way across the length of the Caribbean nation Hurricane Emily aims at Jamaica Hurricane Emily 'extremely dangerous'  Category 4 storm with sustained winds of 155 mph passed south of Jamaica and headed toward Yucatan   160 believed dead in jet crash Map of Zulia Venezuela




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  The Colombian MD-82 aircraft carrying 160 people crashed in a remote area of western Venezuela
Aug.17 Islanders mourn Venezuela crash victims  Weeping relatives and friends prayed at a memorial ceremony as people struggled with the loss of 152 people Oct.1 New storms could become Stan, Tammy Oct.15 Cayman Islands under storm warning Oct.18 Hurricane Wilma grows in strength  Wilma is threatening Cuba and Mexico and is expected to strengthen as it ploughs north through the Caribbean Oct.18 Wilma turns into a hurricane
  The hurricane rapidly intensified to a Category 4 with maximum sustained winds of 150 mph
Oct.19 Hurricane Wilma 'strongest ever'
  At least 11 people in have been killed by floods and landslides
Oct.19 Hurricane Wilma forces evacuation Oct.20 Evacuations face little resistance  Hurricane Wilma was expected to drench western Cuba. The residents packed their belongings Oct.23 Wilma hits Cuba as Florida braces  High winds and heavy rains are lashing western Cuba as the hurricane strengthens to a Category 3 storm Oct.25 Alpha leaves at least 8 dead  The Atlantic season's record-breaking 22nd named storm, left 8 people dead and 23 missing before moving north Oct.28 Beta hits island of Providencia  Hundreds of villagers on a tiny island hiked into the mountains, fleeing a powerful tropical storm Nov.15 Storm triggers mudslides  Mudslides buried 2 fishermen and destroyed 3 homes as rains overflowed river in St. Vincent and the Grenadines Dec.19 Seaplane crashes off Miami Beach
  At least 19 people have died after a seaplane crashed into water. Parts of the aircraft could be seen in waters
Dec.20 Crash devastates islands  Weeping islanders went house to house to grieve for 11 of their own who died in the crash of a seaplane near Miami



Caribbean Antilles, 2005 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2005 Jun.6 Kaneria puts Pakistan in box seat Jun.14 Powell breaks world 100m record  Jamaican set a new men's record of 9.77 seconds at the Athens Olympic Stadium Nov.25 Lara secures new Test runs record  West Indies batsman has become the leading Test runscorer of all time, passing the 11,174 mark set by Border Nov.28 Clean sweep Aussies beat Windies



Caribbean Antilles, 2005 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2005 Apr.28 Chavez talks trade with Castro
Aug.7 Singer Ibrahim Ferrer dies



Caribbean Antilles, 2005 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2005 Feb.19 350 inmates escape prison  Armed masked men in two vans broke through barricades and attacked the National Penitentiary Mar.7 Prison fire 'kills 140'  Clashes between rival gangs in the prison in the eastern town of Higuey led to a fire May.17   Cuban 'bomber' arrested
  Federal agents arrested notorious Luis Posada Carriles near Miami
Jun.24 Texas group starting Aruba search Jul.14 Star journalist murdered Aug.9 Cuban spies trial in US 'biased' Aug.28 Divers search for clues Dec.31 Seized officials freed  2 members of the Organization of American States and one of their spouses have been freed



Caribbean Antilles, 2005 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2005 Apr.14 Cuba rejects UN rights resolution
Apr.28 Chavez talks trade with Castro May.5 Ruling party returned May.28 Rallies over Cuba exile Jul.14 Star journalist murdered Jul.22 Dissidents held in crackdown Aug.17 Islanders mourn Venezuela crash victims  Weeping relatives and friends prayed at a memorial ceremony as people struggled with the loss of 152 people Sep.30 Elian interview sparks Miami row Nov.17   Castro mocks Parkinson's report  President has portrayed as wishful thinking reports from the US that he is suffering from Parkinson's Disease Dec.13 Cuba 'bars women from prize trip'  A group of women have been barred by their government from travelling to Europe to collect a human rights award