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03-24 Government HQ seized. Akayev left Kyrgyzstan
C. 05-09 Leaders mourn Soviet wartime dead Red Square, Moscow
D. 05-13 Troops clash with protesters Uzbekistan
4. 05-31 Khodorkovsky jailed for 9 years Moscow
5. 10-13 100 die as city of Nalchik raided North Caucasus

Summary.     Click for More > Bush dances after arrival Troops clash with protesters  Opposition says later 745 died in fighting that broken out after a night in which soldiers clashed with demonstrators Russians cited in oil-for-food probe Opposition says 745 died Troops retake rebel town Pressure grows for inquiry Giant Caspian oil pipeline opens   Khodorkovsky jailed for 9 years  Russian tycoon has been found guilty of an array of charges including fraud and tax evasion   Trapped sub surfaces, crew safe   A mini-submarine that had been trapped at the bottom of the ocean surfaced, and all 7 crew members are alive Russian-Chinese war games begin Yushchenko fires government 100 die as city of Nalchik raided  Civilians are among killed in clashes between police and gunmen in the capital of Kabardino-Balkaria province Andijan suspects given jail terms Police break up mass rally Massive victory for President Nazarbayev Plane crash along Caspian shore kills 23 Ukrainian, Bulgarian troops left Iraq Illarionov, outspoken Putin aide, to quit
Yushchenko takes presidential oath Beslan team accuses top officials Bush meets Putin Government HQ seized. Akayev left   Leaders mourn Soviet wartime dead Map of Red Square Russia
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  Yushchenko takes presidential oath  Viktor Yushchenko is placing his hand on a copy of the constitution and a Bible in the Ukraine parliament Beslan team accuses top officials  High-ranking military officials aided gunmen who seized a school, according to the parliamentary commission Safin fightback ends Hewitt dream 'Gas poisoning' kills PM   Bush meets Putin   Bush presses Putin on democracy. They agreed that Iran and N. Korea should not have nuclear weapons Ex-minister 'kills self'   Government HQ seized. Akayev left  Protesters forced the country's longtime president Askar Akayev to flee his office Kyrgyzstan names new leadership Rival MPs battle for power Rice calls for change in Belarus   Leaders mourn Soviet wartime dead Map of Red Square Russia


January 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jan.5  Kuchma accepts PM's resignation
Jan.17  Kuznetsova has 'failed drug test'
Jan.23  
Jan.27  Safin stuns Federer in epic semi
Jan.28  
Jan.30


February 2005 ... more > Top ^
Feb.2
Feb.24  


March 2005 ... more > Top ^
Mar.4
Mar.10  Chess master Kasparov to retire
Mar.19  Putin visits new Ukraine leader
Mar.21  President calls vote probe
Mar.22  Protests 'part of coup'
Mar.24  
Mar.26  Presidential vote set
Mar.27
 OSCE aims to end Kyrgyz dispute
Mar.28  Political stand-off eases


April 2005 ... more > Top ^
Apr.20
Apr.25  Putin: Democracy is top priority
Apr.28  Putin defends aid to Syria, Iran
Apr.29  Putin pledges to help Palestinians


May 2005 ... more > Top ^
May.6  Bush to meet Baltic leaders
May.7  Bush: Baltics 'should move on from war'
May.9  
  U.S. President was given a seat of honor for celebrations in Red Square marking 60 years since the Allied victory
    Bush dances after arrival  U.S. President arrived in the former Soviet republic of Georgia, the fourth stop in a 5-day trip May.10 Bush: Georgia 'beacon of liberty' May.12  'Dramatic scenes' in town of Andijan May.13   Troops clash with protesters
  Opposition says later 745 died in fighting that broken out after a night in which soldiers clashed with demonstrators
 'High death toll' May.14  President Karimov blames Islamists Thousands of Uzbeks fleeing
May.15 Relatives search for bodies  Locals expel town leaders   Russians cited in oil-for-food probe  A Senate report accuses top politicians, including advisers to Putin, of engaging in illicit transactions with Iraq  Soldiers reported killed in clash May.16 Toll rises as unrest spreads  US hardens stance on Uzbekistan May.17   Opposition says 745 died  The Free Peasants party has compiled a list of 745 people allegedly killed by government troops May.18 Foreign envoys visit town of Andijan  UN calls for Uzbek deaths inquiry  Live grenade 'was threat to Bush' CSKA seal Uefa Cup triumph over Sporting U.S. presses for Uzbek probe   Troops retake rebel town  Uzbek troops have retaken the town of Korasuv, where locals threw out their leaders in a popular protest May.19 President Karimov rejects deaths probe May.20   Pressure grows for inquiry  US, UN, EU and Nato officials have also called for an inquiry into the events May.25     Giant Caspian oil pipeline opens  Oil is set to flow from Azerbaijan direct to the Mediterranean for the first time after a $3.6bn pipeline opened May.31     Khodorkovsky jailed for 9 years
  Russian tycoon has been found guilty of an array of charges including fraud and tax evasion


June 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jun.2  Pierce reach final over Likhovtseva Jun.21  Malfunction fear for 'solar sail'

July 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jul.10  Landslide win for Bakiev Jul.30 US asked to leave air base

August 2005 ... more > Top ^
Aug.5  Russians race to rescue sailors Aug.6 Rescuers lifting disabled sub
    Trapped sub surfaces, crew safe Map of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Russia
  A mini-submarine that had been trapped at the bottom of the ocean surfaced, and all 7 crew members are alive
Aug.7  Russia to hold sub drama inquiry Aug.8  Ex-U.N. officer admits oil-for-food charges Aug.9  Russia asks Iran to halt activity Aug.10  Copter in Baltic: 14 feared dead Aug.12 Russia marks Kursk five years on Aug.17   Russian-Chinese war games begin
Map of Vladivostok Russia  Air, sea, and ground units from both countries are starting a week of major exercises, dubbed Peace Mission 2005 Aug.25  Blast wounds Ingushetia PM Aug.26  Parliament vote to expel U.S. troops Aug.31  Beslan mourns a year after siege

September 2005 ... more > Top ^
Sep.2  1 dead in Russia army truck blast  Putin meets angry Beslan mothers Sep.3  Russia marks end of Beslan siege Sep.4  Putin sacks head of Russian navy Sep.8     Yushchenko fires government  President has sacked his entire 7-month-old government amid political squabbling among its members  Putin calls for calm over Ukraine Sep.20  Parliament no to PM choice  Trial suspects plead guilty  U.S., Russia reject N Korea demand Sep.23  Armenian forum ban splits Turks Sep.25  Kirilenko claims maiden WTA title Sep.30  'Space tourist' blasts off to ISS

October 2005 ... more > Top ^
Oct.2  Soyuz spacecraft docks at station Oct.3  Russia nuke chief ordered to U.S. Oct.13   100 die as city of Nalchik raided
  Civilians are among killed in clashes between police and gunmen in the capital of Kabardino-Balkaria province
 Armenia heirs win $17m Axa payout  Rice: Kazakh democracy before oil  Russian hostages freed  Rice to make surprise trip Oct.18  Fleeing trawler heads for Russia  Yakovlev, architect of perestroika, dies Oct.24  Mittal wins steel auction Oct.26  Russia opposes UN action on Syria

November 2005 ... more > Top ^
Nov.6  Voting begins Ruling party 'wins' polls
Nov.8  Venus probe launched successfully Nov.14   Andijan suspects given jail terms  An court has found 15 men guilty of trying to overthrow the government, in a case which drew international criticism  Russians held in China spy probe  US condemns Uzbek terror verdicts Nov.21  Putin reassures Japan on pipeline Nov.24  China warns Russia of toxic slick Nov.26   Police break up mass rally   Police in Baku have used truncheons, tear gas and water cannon to disperse a protest over the election results US condemns Azeri rally policing

December 2005 ... more > Top ^
Dec.3  Ukraine takes bird flu measures Dec.4  Presidential election  8 die in pool accident   Massive victory for President Nazarbayev
  Nursultan Nazarbayev had polled 91% of the vote, according to preliminary results  'Kremlin' party leads Moscow poll Dec.6  Russia busts fake Kremlin ID gang Dec.7  Rice clarifies U.S. interrogation methods Dec.15 Explosion at nuclear plant
Dec.20  Russians stow water as spill nears Dec.23   Plane crash along Caspian shore kills 23  An Azerbaijan Airlines passenger plane crashed along the coast of the Caspian Sea, killing all passengers and crew Dec.24 23 dead recovered from air crash Dec.26 'No mistakes' says Beslan report Dec.27     Ukrainian, Bulgarian troops left Iraq
  Poland would reduce troop levels in March, from nearly 1,500 to 900   Illarionov, outspoken Putin aide, to quit  Economic adviser Andrei Illarionov offered his resignation in protest against changes in government policy Europe launches Galileo satellite Dec.28 Beslan report blames police US to deport alleged Nazi guard  Many killed in clinic fire Dec.29  Iran calls Russian proposal 'ambiguous' Dec.30 Russia says gas cut won't hit EU Dec.31 Russia offers delay on gas hike