November 2005 in Africa

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This page deals with events that took place in November 2005 in or of interest to the Continent of Africa.

30 November 2005 (Thursday)[edit]

23 November 2005 (Wednesday)[edit]

22 November 2005 (Tuesday)[edit]

  • Kenyan voters overwhelmingly reject a new constitution, which would have given the president greater power, in a national referendum, which used symbols on the ballot paper to assist illiterate voters. (BBC)

21 November 2005 (Monday)[edit]

  • As more than one million Zambians face severe food shortages due to drought, President Levy Mwanawasa declares a national disaster and appeals for international food aid. (BBC)

16 November 2005 (Wednesday)[edit]

15 November 2005 (Tuesday)[edit]

14 November 2005 (Monday)[edit]

  • Somalia: 8 men were sentenced to death today for the murder of British Aid workers Richard and Enid Eyeington in Somaliland in October 2003. SOS BBC

13 November 2005 (Sunday)[edit]

11 November 2005 (Friday)[edit]

10 November 2005 (Thursday)[edit]

  • In Addis Ababa the capital city of Ethiopia, 7 members of the police have been killed and 250 sustained injuries from attacks by rioters using guns, hand grenades and stones. (AllAfrica)

9 November 2005 (Wednesday)[edit]

7 November 2005 (Monday)[edit]

6 November 2005 (Sunday)[edit]

5 November 2005 (Saturday)[edit]

4 November 2005 (Friday)[edit]

3 November 2005 (Thursday)[edit]

  • Measles Initiative (MI) announces that since 1999, more than 200 million children in Africa have been vaccinated against measles, reducing the infection rate by 60 percent and saving 1 million lives. (allAfrica)

2 November 2005 (Wednesday)[edit]

  • Flag of Ethiopia (1996).svg: At least 23 people were killed and 150 wounded in clashes between opposition supporters and police in the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa. (Reuters) (Link dead as of 05:31, 15 January 2007 (UTC))
  • Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (1997-2003).svg: A two-day operation to free four local election officials kidnapped in Democratic Republic of the Congo's Nord-Kivu province kills 32 militiamen and 2 soldiers. (Reuters) (Link dead as of 05:31, 15 January 2007 (UTC))

1 November 2005 (Tuesday)[edit]

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