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Class of 2004
About one third of
Iran's Parliament steps down to protest
hard-line Guardian Council’s banning of more than 2,000 reformists
from running in parliamentary elections (Feb. 1).
A. Q. Khan, founder of Pakistan's nuclear
program, admits he sold nuclear-weapons designs to other countries,
including North Korea, Iran, and Libya (Feb. 4).
Armed rebels in
Haiti force President Aristide to resign
and flee the country (Feb. 29).
Spain is rocked by terrorist attacks,
killing more than 200.
Al Qaeda takes responsibility (March 11).
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
formally admits 7 new countries: Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia,
Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia (March 29).
Israeli prime minister Sharon announces
plan to unilaterally withdraw from Gaza Strip (April 12).
Greek Cypriots reject UN reunification plan with
Turkish Cypriots (April 24).
U.S. hands over power to
Iraqi interim government;
Iyad Allawi becomes prime minister (June
Security Council demands Sudanese
government disarm militias in Darfur that are massacring civilians
Summer Olympics take place in Athens,
Greece (Aug. 13–29).
Chechen terrorists take about 1,200
schoolchildren and others hostage in Beslan, Russia; 340 people die
when militant detonate explosives (Sept. 1–3).
UN Atomic Energy Agency
Iran to stop enriching uranium; a nascent
nuclear weapons program suspected (Sept. 18).
launch attack on Falluja, stronghold of the
Iraqi insurgency (Nov. 8).
Ukraine presidential election declared
fraudulent (Nov. 21).
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