2005 ( ) mangrupakeun MMV taun nu dimimitian ku poé Saptu dina kalénder Gregorian. Taun 2005 nandaan:
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Anomali hawa pabeungeutan rarata taun 2005 dibandingkeun jeung hawa rarata ti taun 1951 nepi ka 1980 (sumber: NASA)
Goddard Institute for Space Studies NASA, 2005 mangrupakeun taun pangpanasna ti saprak ayana pangukuran migunakeun alat ukur nu handal din ahir 1800-an, alahbatan sét rékaman saméméhna taun 1998 kalayan béda sababaraha persaratus darajat Celsius.
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February 16 - The Kyoto Protocol goes into effect, without the support of the United States and Australia.
February 16 - The National Hockey League cancels its 2004-2005 season, becoming the first North American professional league to cancel a season due to a labour dispute.
February 19 - Suicide bombers kill more than 30 people in Iraq as Shia Muslims mark Ashura, their holiest day.
February 20 - Spanish referendum on the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe, passing it by a substantial margin, but on a low turnout.
February 20 - Early Legislative elections in Portugal result in a landslide victory for José Sócrates and the Socialist Party.
February 22 - More than 500 people are killed and over 1,000 injured after entire villages are flattened in an earthquake measuring 6.4 on the Richter scale in the Zarand region of Kerman province in southern Iran.
February 23 - A controversial French law on colonialism, requiring teachers to paint it in a positive light, is passed by the national legislature.
February 24 - David Hernandez Arroyo goes on a shooting rampage at the Smith County Courthouse in Tyler, Texas. He kills 2, including his ex-wife, and wounds 4 others before being killed in a police chase.
February 25 - American police apprehend the so-called BTK serial killer Dennis Rader, 31 years after his first murder.
February 25 - Terrorists kill 5 people and wound 50 people in Tel Aviv, Israel. Islamic Jihad claims responsibility for the attack.
February 25 - Radio Canada International marks its 60th anniversary.
February 26 - Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak asks Parliament to amend the constitution to allow multi-candidate presidential elections before September 2005.
March 1 - The U.S. Supreme Court rules the death penalty unconstitutional for juveniles who committed their crimes before age 18.
March 3 - The freighter crashes into the M/V Karen Danielsen Great Belt Bridge of Denmark. All traffic across the bridge is closed, effectively separating Denmark in two.
March 3 - Millionaire Steve Fossett breaks a world record by completing the first non-stop, non-refueled, solo flight around the world in the Virgin Atlantic GlobalFlyer.
March 4 - The car of released Italian hostage Giuliana Sgrena is fired on by US soldiers in Iraq, causing the death of 1 passenger and injuring 2 more.
March 4 - The United Nations warns that about 90 million Africans could be infected by the HIV virus in the future, without further action against the spread of the disease.
March 5 - The 27th Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras is held in Australia.
March 7 - 2 young men were intoxicated and died in a tequila contest held in a nightclub in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Others were left in comma.
March 8 - The Pakistan Army opens fire on insurgents in Baluchistan, in the first armed uprising since General Rahimuddin Khan's stabilization of the province in 1978.
March 10 - Tung Chee Hwa, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong, resigns.
March 10 - Garry Kasparov announces his retirement from professional chess.
March 11 - In the UK, the controversial Prevention of Terrorism Act 2005 is finally given Royal Assent after one of the longest ever sittings by the House of Lords.
March 11 - Three people, including a judge, are murdered in the Fulton County Courthouse in Atlanta, Georgia; the main suspect, Brian Nichols, surrenders to police the next day.
March 13 - The first round of Central African Republic elections leads to a runoff between top candidates Francois Bozize and Martin Ziguele.
March 14 - The People's Republic of China ratifies an anti- secession law, aimed at preventing Taiwan from declaring independence.
March 14 - Nearly 1 million people gather for an opposition rally in Beirut, a month after the death of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri (the largest rally in Lebanon history).
March 16 - Ripudaman Singh Malik and Ajaib Singh Bagri, accused of the bombing of Air India Flight 182 in 1985, are found not guilty on all counts.
March 19 - A suspected suicide bomber in Doha, Qatar kills 1 person and injures about 12 others.
March 19 - A time bomb explodes in a Muslim shrine in Quetta, southwestern Pakistan, killing at least 29 people and wounding 40.
March 19 - A blast occurs at the Xishui coal mine in Shuozhou, China, and rocks nearby Kangjiayao coal mine, killing up to 59.
March 20 - At least 250 people in Japan are injured and at least 1 killed, when a magnitude 7 earthquake strikes west of Kyushu Island, just 9km (5.5 miles) below the ocean floor.
March 21 - Ten are killed in the Red Lake High School massacre in Minnesota, the worst school shooting since the Columbine High School massacre.
March 23 - The United States' 11th Circuit Court of Appeals' 2-1 decision refuses to order the reinsertion of Terri Schiavo's feeding tube.
March 24 - The Tulip Revolution in Kyrgyzstan reaches its climax with the overthrow of president Askar Akayev.
March 26 - The Taiwanese government calls on 1 million Taiwanese to demonstrate in Taipei, in opposition to the Anti-Secession Law of Mainland China. Around 200,000 to 300,000 attend the walk.
March 28 - The 2005 Sumatran earthquake strikes off Sumatra, 3 months after the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake. At a magnitude of 8.7 it is the second largest earthquake since 1965.
April 9 - Tens of thousands of demonstrators, many of them supporters of Shia cleric Moqtada Sadr, march through Baghdad denouncing the U.S. occupation of Iraq, 2 years after the fall of Saddam Hussein, and rally in the square where his statue was toppled in 2003.
April 9 - The marriage of The Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles takes place, after being briefly postponed after the Pope's death. Camilla assumes the titles Her Royal Highness and The Duchess of Cornwall.
April 15 - At least 21 people die and around 50 are injured in a devastating fire at a hotel in central Paris.
April 16 - President Lucio Gutierrez of Ecuador declares a state of emergency in the capital city and dissolves the Supreme Court.
April 17 - Twelve holidaymakers are killed in southern Switzerland when a bus carrying 27 seven people plunges 656 feet into a ravine.
April 18 - Five people die in ethnic clashes in Iran's south-west Khuzestan province.
April 19 - Joseph Ratzinger is elected Pope Benedict XVI on the second day of the Papal conclave.
April 20 - Fifty six are hurt as earthquake hits Fukuoka and Kasuga, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. The earthquake measured a magnitude of 5.8 on the Richter scale.
April 20 - President Lucio Gutiérrez of Ecuador is said to have fled after Congress voted to sack him amid growing protests.
April 21 - A bus crash in Vietnam's Central Highlands kills 30 Vietnamese war veterans.
April 21 - A gunfight on the edge of the Saudi city of Mecca kills 2 militants and 2 members of the security forces.
April 23 - Silvio Berlusconi, prime minister of Italy, re-forms the government after its dissolution three days earlier.
April 25 - A passenger train derails in Amagasaki Hyogo Prefecture, Japan, killing 107 people and injuring another 456. (see Amagasaki rail crash)
April 26 - Facing international pressure, Syria withdraws the last of its 14,000 troop military garrison in Lebanon, ending its 29-nine year military domination of that country.
April 27 - The Superjumbo jet aircraft Airbus A380 makes its first flight from Toulouse.
April 29 - Apple Computer releases Mac OS X 10.4 "Tiger."
April 30 - Attacks on tourists in the Egyptian capital Cairo leave 3 militants dead and at least 10 people injured.
April 30 - The satellite company Voom ceases operations.
May 1 - A suicide attack targets a Kurdish funeral in the northern Iraqi town of Talafar, near Mosul, killing at least 25 people dead and injuring more than 30 others. Earlier, at least 5 policemen and 4 civilians were killed in two separate attacks in Baghdad.
May 2 - A blast at an illegal munitions store in northern Afghanistan kills 28 people and injures at least 13 others.
May 3 - At least 32 people are killed and 9 others injured when 3 two-story buildings in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore collapse after gas cylinders stored in one of them explode.
May 4 - In one of the largest insurgent attacks in Iraq to date, at least 60 people are killed and dozens wounded in a suicide bombing at a Kurdish police recruitment center in Irbil, northern Iraq.
May 5 - The United Kingdom votes in the 2005 general election. The Labour Party is re-elected with a substantially reduced majority.
May 5 - Two homemade bombs explode outside the British consulate in New York, USA.
May 7 - A plane crash in Lockhart River, Australia kills 15 people.
May 9 - A town in Brazil declares Orgasm Day.
May 10 - A hand grenade ostensibly thrown by Vladimir Arutinian lands about 100 feet (30 m) from United States President George W. Bush while he is giving a speech to a crowd in Tbilisi, Georgia, but malfunctions and does not detonate.
May 11 - Serial killer Michael Ross becomes the first person executed in New England in 45 years.
May 12 - An election is held in the Cayman Islands 7 months later than originally scheduled due to Hurricane Ivan. It results in a change of government, with the United Democratic Party giving 4 seats to the then-opposition People's Progressive Movement in the 15 member Legislative Assembly.
May 13 - Uzbek troops kill up to 700 during protests in eastern Uzbekistan over the trials of 23 accused Islamic extremists. President Islam Karimov defends the act.
May 13 - The United States Department of Defense issues a list of bases to be closed as part of the Base Realignment and Closure process ( BRAC 2005).
May 13 - The final episode of the TV series is broadcast in the United States. This episode marks the first time since Star Trek: Enterprise 1987 that a series is not in production. Star Trek
May 15 - A passenger ferry capsizes and sinks in strong winds in the Bura Gauranga River in Bangladesh, leaving over 100 people missing.
May 16 - Sony officially unveils its PlayStation 3 game console at an E3 conference.
May 16 - George Galloway appears before a U.S. Senate committee, to answer allegations of making money from the Iraqi Oil-for-Food Programme.
May 17 - Kuwaiti women are granted the right to vote.
May 19 - is released, effectively completing the Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith movie saga begun by Star Wars George Lucas in 1977 and shattering the opening day box-office record with $50,013,859.
May 19 - The Canadian House of Commons members narrowly pass two budget bills at a second reading, allowing the minority Liberal government of Prime Minister Paul Martin to stay in power.
May 21 Greece wins the Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev, Ukraine.
May 25 - Liverpool F.C. wins the UEFA Champions League by defeating AC Milan 3-2 in a penalty shootout in Istanbul.
May 25 - The Acting Chief Executive of Hong Kong, Donald Tsang, resigns for participating in the Chief Executive Election last July. As a result, Henry Tang and Michael Suen become the Acting Chief Executive and Acting Chief Secretary for Administration respectively.
May 29 - A French referendum on the European Constitution votes resoundingly to reject it.
May 31 - W. Mark Felt is confirmed to be Deep Throat.
June 1 - A Dutch referendum on the European Constitution votes to reject it, the second country to do so.
June 2 - The construction of Northrop Grumman X-47B, the world's first unmanned surveillance attack aircraft that can operate from both land bases and aircraft carriers, begins.
June 3 - WCBS-FM in New York City abruptly drops its oldies format to become Jack FM.
June 5 - Switzerland votes to join the Schengen area and to allow same-sex partnerships.
June 6 - Syrian Vice President Abdul Halim Khaddam resigns.
June 6 - Apple Computer announces in a keynote address that they will begin production of Intel-chiped Macintosh computers in 2006.
June 9 Almost 400 people narrowly avoid death when 2 jet airliners nearly collided on the runway, in the Runway incursion between US Airways flight 1170 and Aer Lingus flight 132.
June 13 - Singer Michael Jackson is acquitted of all charges in his child molestation trial(see 2005 trial of Michael Jackson).
June 17 - ( California earthquakes of June 2005): A 6.7 aftershock, which followed a 5.3 earthquake the previous day, hits California making it the 4th earthquake since June 12 in California.
June 17 - Because of "quadruple-witching" options and futures expiration, the New York Stock Exchange sees the heaviest first-hour trading on record. 704 million shares are traded between 9:30-10:30 A.M. 1.92 billion shares were traded for the day.
June 18 - Green Day performs their biggest concert to date at Milton Keynes, England, peforming the next day as well to a total of over 130,000 people. The concert is released on CD/DVD on November 15, which is known as . Bullet in a Bible
June 19 - Preliminarty election results in the Autonomous Community of Galicia, Spain show that Manuel Fraga and the Partido Popular have lost control of the autonomous parliament.
June 21 - A Volna booster rocket carrying the first light sail spacecraft (a joint Russian- United States project) fails 83 seconds after its launch, destroying the spacecraft.
June 23 - The San Antonio Spurs defeat the Detroit Pistons in Game 7 of the 2005 NBA Finals. The series is the first NBA Finals in 11 years to go to a seventh game.
June 28 - Queen Elizabeth II conducts the International Fleet Review of 167 international warships in the Solent, as part of the Trafalgar 200 celebrations.
June 30 - Spain joins Belgium and the Netherlands in permitting same-sex marriage.
July 7 - Four explosions rock the transport network in London, 3 on the London Underground and 1 on a bus; 56 people die and over 700 are injured (See 7 July 2005 London bombings).
July 7 - Al-Qaeda admits to the killing of Egypt's Ambassador, Ihab al-Sherif.
July 10 - A Luxembourgish referendum on the European Constitution votes to accept it.
July 10 - Hurricane Dennis strikes near Navarre Beach, Florida as a Category 3 storm, killing 10 people after killing over 50 people in the Caribbean.
July 12 - Terrorists kill 5 people and wound 90 in a crowded mall in Netanya, Israel. Islamic Jihad claims responsibility for attack.
July 13 - Three trains collide in the Ghotki rail crash in Ghotki, Pakistan, killing over 150 people.
July 14 - A mortar fired from the Gaza strip kills Dana Galkowicz, in the Netiv Haasara Moshav.
July 16 - , the sixth book of the Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince saga by the British writer Harry Potter J. K. Rowling, is released.
July 17 - The Disneyland Resort celebrates its 50th birthday.
July 19 - President Bush nominates Appeals Court Judge John G. Roberts, Jr. to the United States Supreme Court, following the retirement of Sandra Day O'Connor.
July 20 - Canada's Civil Marriage Act, legalizing same-sex marriage, receives Royal Assent.
July 21 - A terrorist attack on London, similar to the July 7 attacks, includes 4 attempted bomb attacks on 3 underground trains and a London bus. The bombs fail to explode properly, and only 1 injury is reported, later found to be unconnected.
July 22 - A Brazilian electrician, Jean Charles de Menezes, is shot dead at a London underground station by police who mistake him for a suicide bomber.
July 23 - A series of blasts hit a resort town in Egypt. See July 23, 2005 Sharm el-Sheikh attacks.
July 24 - Lance Armstrong wins a record 7th straight Tours de France before his scheduled retirement.
July 26 - The Space Shuttle is launched on its "Return To Flight" mission Discovery STS-114. This is the first Space Shuttle flight in nearly 2 1/2 years since the breakup of Space Shuttle on its return from mission Columbia STS-107.
July 26 - Mumbai and the Mumbai Conurbation area is submerged in 5-7 ft. of water due to heavy rains, making nearby dams release water causing a massive flood, which virtually stops the financial capital of India for 4-5 days.
July 28 - The Provisional IRA issues a statement formally ordering an end to the armed campaign it has pursued since 1969 and ordering all its units to dump their arms.
August 1 - King Fahd of Saudi Arabia dies, succeeded by his half-brother Abdullah of Saudi Arabia.
August 2 - Air France Flight 358 bursts into flames after overshooting the runway at Toronto Pearson International Airport; all aboard survive.
August 6 - An ATR-72 heading from Italy to Tunisia crashes into the Mediterranean Sea, killing 16 of 39 on board.
August 9 - Space Shuttle returns to Discovery Edwards Air Force Base at 0814 EDT, completing STS-114, "Return to Flight."
August 12 - The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is launched.
August 14 - Helios Airways Flight 522 crashes into a mountain in Greece, killing 121.
August 16 - West Caribbean Airways Flight 708 crashes into a mountain in Venezuela, killing 152 passengers.
August 16 - The XX World Youth Day begins in Cologne, Germany.
August 17 - The first forced evacuation of settlers, as part of the Israel unilateral disengagement plan, starts.
August 17 - Bangladesh is hit by bomb explosions. 
August 17 - Sellapan Ramanathan gains victory in the Singapore Presidential elections, 2005.
August 18 - BTK killer Dennis Rader is sentenced to 10 consecutive life sentences.
August 18 - Peace Mission 2005, the first joint China- Russia military exercise, begins its 8-day training on the Shandong peninsula.
August 21 The British rock band The Rolling Stones kicks off their tour with a show in A Bigger Bang Fenway Park, Boston.
August 21 - Martin Dillon, 48, musician, operatic tenor, and professor of music, dies in Randolph, VT of a heart attack.
August 22 - A 4.1-kg (9-pound) meteorite crashes into the Dotito area of Zambezi Escarpment in Zimbabwe, leaving a 15-cm (6-inch) crater.
September 1 - Oil prices rise sharply following the economic effects of Hurricane Katrina.
September 1 - Sellapan Ramanathan is sworn-in for a second term of office as the President of Singapore.
September 2 - Clashes occur between protesters and Israeli forces in Bil'in.
September 3 - William Rehnquist, Chief Justice of the United States, dies.
September 5 - Mandala Airlines Flight 091 737 crashes in Indonesia, killing at least 117. (See airplane accidents in 2005).
September 5 - Euan Blair and Rhoderick Gates are locked in an intellectual property dispute.
September 5 - John G. Roberts is nominated by President George W. Bush for Chief Justice of the United States.
September 7 - Incumbent Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak wins the first multi-party presidential 'election'.
September 11 - Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi and the Liberal Democratic Party are returned to power following the Japanese general elections.
September 12 - The Norwegian parliamentary election results in a victory for the red-green-coalition. The new prime-minister is Jens Stoltenberg from the Labour Party.
September 12 - The Hong Kong Disneyland Resort officially opens.
September 12 - The English cricket team draw the final match to win The 2005 Ashes.
September 14 - September 16 - The largest UN World Summit in history is held in New York City.
September 17 - Helen Clark, leader of the Labour Party, is re-elected for a third term in the New Zealand general election.
September 18 - Angela Merkel of the Christian Democratic Union and Gerhard Schröder of the Social Democratic Party both claim victory in the German federal election.
September 18 - Afghan parliamentary election: Former warlords and their followers claim victory.
September 19 - North Korea agrees to stop building nuclear weapons in exchange for aid and cooperation.
September 21 - Popular P2P client WinMX is confirmed to be offline.
September 23 - Convicted bank thief and Boricua Popular Army leader, Filiberto Ojeda Ríos, is killed in his home in Hormigueros, Puerto Rico when members of the FBI attempt to serve an arrest warrant.
September 24 - Hurricane Rita hits the U.S. Gulf Coast. The 9th Ward section of New Orleans floods for the 2nd time in a month and a half. Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, and Alabama are also affected.
September 24 - Worldwide protests occur against the Iraq War, with over 150,000 protestors in Washington DC. See Opposition to the Iraq War.
September 25 - Polish parliamentary election: Two center-right parties win the most seats.
September 26 - U.S. Army Reservist Lynndie England is convicted by a military jury on 6 of 7 counts in connection with the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse scandal.
September 27 - Michaëlle Jean, born in Haiti, becomes the 27th Governor General of Canada, and the first black person to hold that position.
September 28 - American politician Tom DeLay is indicted on charges of criminal conspiracy by a Texas grand jury.
September 29 - John G. Roberts, Jr. is confirmed and sworn in as Chief Justice of the United States.
September 30 - The Parliament of Catalonia passes, with 120 plus votes and 15 against, the Project of New Catalan Statute of Autonomy, proclaiming in Article 1, "Catalonia is a nation".
September 30 - The controversial drawings of Muhammad are printed in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.
Visible image of Hurricane Wilma near record intensity with a central pressure of 882
October 1 - The 2005 Bali bombings kill 26 people and injure more than 100.
October 1 - The world's largest bank, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, is formed by the merger of 2 Japanese banking conglomerates.
October 1 - An Australian photojournalist in Afghanistan, Stephen Dupont, films U.S. soldiers burning 2 dead Taliban militias' bodies.
October 2 - A shipwreck in Lake George, NY kills 20 people.
October 3 - St. Tammany Parish Schools reopen in Louisiana, just over a month after Hurricane Katrina closed them.
October 4 - Hurricane Stan hits Mexico and Central America, killing over 1,620 people.
October 5 - Flight Lieutenant Malcolm Kendall-Smith is charged with refusing to serve in the Iraq war.
October 7 - UN nuclear agency director Mohamed ElBaradei is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
October 8 - An earthquake in Kashmir kills about 80,000 people.
October 9 - Polish presidential election: the 1st round results in a runoff between top candidates Donald Tusk and Lech Kaczyński.
October 12 - The second Chinese spacecraft, , is launched, carrying Shenzhou 6 Fei Junlong and Nie Haisheng for 5 days in orbit.
October 13 - Veselin Topalov wins the FIDE World Chess Championship 2005.
October 13 - The Franco-Indian Lawyers Association is founded in Paris.
October 15 - The referendum on the new Proposed Iraqi constitution is held.
October 15 - A riot occurs in Toledo, Ohio during a Neo-Nazi rally on racial issues; 114 are arrested.
October 15 - The Qinghai-Tibet Railway is completed.
October 16 - U.S. helicopters and warplanes bomb 2 villages near Ramadi in western Iraq, killing about 70 people.
October 17 - Jens Stoltenberg becomes Prime Minister of Norway for the second time.
October 18 - The UN tightens the rules for its staff, following several claims of financial impropriety and sexual abuse.
October 19 - The Trials of Saddam Hussein begin.
October 19 - Hurricane Wilma swells into a Category 5 storm.
October 19 - The Houston Astros win their first National League Championship to advance to their first ever World Series in franchise history.
October 20 Hurricane Wilma enters the Mexican Caribbean, passing through Cozumel and then the Yucatán Peninsula, staying over Cancún for over 60 hours.
October 21 - The 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar is observed, with celebrations held around the United Kingdom.
October 22 - Tropical Storm Alpha forms, making the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season the most active on record.
October 22 - Bellview Airlines Flight 210, a Boeing 737 airliner, crashes in Nigeria.
October 23 - Polish presidential election, 2nd round: Lech Kaczyński is elected.
October 23 - A referendum is held on the merger of Kamchatka Oblast and Koryak Autonomous Okrug.
October 23 - Referendo Sobre a Proibição do Comércio de Armas e Munição no Brasil Guns and Ammo Ban Referendum in Brazil.
October 24 - Hurricane Wilma makes landfall in southwestern Florida as a category 3 hurricane.
October 26 - Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad calls for Israel to be "wiped off the map" at "World Without Zionism" conference in Tehran, Iran, and condemns the peace process.
October 26 - The U.S. death toll in Iraq reaches 2,000.
October 26- The Chicago White Sox beat the Houston Astros in 4 games to win their first World Series since 1917.
October 27 - Two teenagers accidentally electrocute themselves in Seine-Saint-Denis, Paris, France, leading to widespread rioting.
October 28 - Vice presidential adviser Lewis "Scooter" Libby resigns after being charged with obstruction of justice, perjury and making a false statement in the CIA leak investigation.
October 29 - A train in Andhra Pradesh, India derails, killing at least 77 people.
October 29 - At least 61 people are dead and many others wounded in three powerful blasts in the Indian capital, Delhi (See 29 October 2005 Delhi bombings for full details).
October 30 - Hurricane Beta hits the coast of Nicaragua. It is the 13th hurricane of 2005, breaking the 1969 record of 12 hurricanes.
October 31 - The 2005 Sony CD copy protection scandal is revealed.
October 31 - U.S. President George W. Bush nominates Federal Appeals Court Judge Samuel Alito to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
November 3 & 4 - Another severe aftershock measuring 6.3 on the Richter scale hits affected areas of Northern Pakistan.
November 4 - The U.S. and Uruguay governments sign a bilateral investment treaty.
November 4 - Afghan police officers find Nadia Anjuman's body in her home in the western city of Herat; she had been beaten to death by her husband.
November 6 - Evansville Tornado of November 2005: A tornado hits western Kentucky and southwestern Indiana, killing at least 22.
November 6 - Azerbaijan parliamentary election: Results are disputed between the New Azerbaijan Party and the Azadliq Party opposition.
November 7 - Microsoft launches Microsoft SQL Server 2005, Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 and Microsoft BizTalk 2006 worldwide.
November 8 - French President Jacques Chirac declares a state of emergency on the 12th day of the French civil unrest (see 2005 civil unrest in France).
November 9 - At least 50 people are killed and more than 120 injured in a series of coordinated suicide bombings in Amman, Jordan (See 2005 Amman bombings).
November 12 - United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan makes his first visit to Iraq since Gulf War II began, and urges Iraqis to embrace a process aiming to reconcile all the country's ethnic and religious groups.
November 13 - Andrew Stimpson, a 25-year old British man, is reported as the first person proven to have been 'cured' of HIV.
November 15 - Australia: Workers stage a massive protest against the Coalition government's planned Industrial Reform legislation.
November 15 - An earthquake near Sanriku in Japan occurs, prompting a tsunami warning to be issued.
November 18 - The film is released in the UK and USA. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
November 20 - rebukes journalist The Washington Post Bob Woodward over his conduct in the CIA leak probe.
November 21 - The Prime Minister of Israel, Ariel Sharon, announces his resignation from Likud and his intention to form a new party devoted to peace in the region, Kadima, and asks the President of Israel to call a general election.
November 21 - Grammy Award winning singer Christina Aguilera marries Jordan Bratman in Napa Valley, CA.
November 22 - Microsoft releases the Xbox 360 gaming console in North America.
November 22 - Ted Koppel steps down as host of after 25 years with the program. Nightline
November 24 - The Licensing Act 2003 comes into force in England and Wales, introducing flexibility in the hours during which alcoholic beverages may be sold.
November 27 - Manuel Zelaya is elected the new President of Honduras.
The Hertfordshire explosions seen from nearby on December 11.
December 16 - Actor The West Wing John Spencer dies at 58.
December 18 - Evo Morales wins the Bolivian Presidential Elections.
December 18 - Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is hospitalized after suffering a minor stroke. He is released from the hospital 2 days later.
December 18 - The World Trade Organization 6th ministerial conference concludes in Hong Kong with a limited trade deal being ratified.
December 20 - 2005 New York City transit strike: New York City's Transport Workers Union Local 100 goes on strike for 3 days, shutting down all New York City Subway and Bus services.
December 22 - The U.S. Census Bureau releases its population estimates for 2005.
December 22 - An industrial action by bus drivers in Tehran leads to the arrest of Mansour Osanlou and several other union activists.
December 23 - Lech Kaczyński is sworn in as the President of Poland in Warsaw.
December 23 - U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld announces the first in an expected series of troop drawdowns following the Iraqi elections.
December 23 - Azerbaijan Airlines Flight 217 from Baku, Azerbaijan to Aktau, Kazakhstan crashes shortly after takeoff, killing 23 people.
December 23 - Chad declares a state of war against Sudan following a December 18th attack on Adre, which left about 100 people dead.
December 23 - In Israel, the trial of Tali Fahima ends in a plea bargain.
December 24 - Pope Benedict XVI leads his first Christmas Midnight Mass as Pope, praying for peace in the Middle East.
December 26 - Indonesians mark the first moments of the tsunami wave that came ashore exactly a year earlier, with thousands of people commemorating victims and relatives in many ceremonies.
December 31 - Another second is added, 23:59:60, called a leap second, to end the year 2005. The last time this occurred was on June 30, 1998.
April 8 - Leah Isadora Behn, granddaughter of King Harald V of Norway
April 29 - Prince Dipangkorn Rasmijoti, son of Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn, grandson of King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand
June 8 - Irene Urdangarin, granddaughter of King Juan Carlos I of Spain
June 26 - Princess Alexia of the Netherlands, daughter of Prince Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands
October 4 - Prince Emmanuel of Belgium, son of Crown Prince Philippe of Belgium
October 15 - Prince Christian of Denmark, son of Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark and his wife Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark
October 31 - Infanta Leonor of Spain, daughter of Felipe, Prince of Asturias and his wife Letizia
December 3 - Prince Sverre Magnus of Norway, grandson of King Harald V of Norway
December 13 - Prince Nicolas of Belgium, grandson of King Albert II of Belgium
December 13 - Prince Aymeric of Belgium, grandson of King Albert II of Belgium
Main article: Deaths in 2005
March 6 - Teresa Wright, American actress (b. 1918)
March 6 - Tommy Vance, British radio disc jockey (b. 1941)
March 9 - Jeanette Schmid, German-born professional whistler (b. 1924)
March 9 - Chris LeDoux, American rodeo performer and singer (b. 1949)
March 10 - Dave Allen, Irish comedian (b. 1936)
March 22 - Clemente Domínguez y Gómez, Antipope Gregory XVII (b. 1946)
March 26 - James Callaghan, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (b. 1912)
March 29 - Johnnie Cochran, American lawyer (b. 1937)
March 29 - Mitch Hedberg, American comedian (b. 1968)
March 30 - Fred Korematsu, American civil rights activist (b. 1919)
March 31 - Terri Schiavo, American right-to-die cause célèbre (b. 1963)
October 2 - Nipsey Russell, American game show personality (b. 1918)
October 3 - Ronnie Barker, British comic actor (b. 1929)
October 7 - Charles Rocket, American actor (b. 1949)
October 9 - Louis Nye, American actor (b. 1913)
October 10 - Milton Obote, President of Uganda (b. 1925)
October 13 - Vivian Malone Jones, American civil rights activist (b. 1942)
October 15 - Jason Collier, American basketball player (b. 1977)
October 17 - Ba Jin
October 24 - Rosa Parks, American civil rights activist (b. 1913)
October 24 - José Azcona del Hoyo, President of Honduras (b. 1926)
October 28 - Richard Smalley, American physicist (b. 1943)
November 4 - Nadia Anjuman, Afghani poet and journalist (b. 1980)
November 6 - Minako Honda, Japanese singer and actress (b. 1967)
November 9 - K. R. Narayanan, President of India (b. 1921)
November 11 - Patrick Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield, British photographer (b. 1939)
November 13 - Eddie Guerrero, Mexican-American professional wrestler (b. 1967)
November 19 - Erik Balling, Danish television and film director (b. 1924)
November 24 - Pat Morita, American actor (b. 1932)
November 25 - George Best, Irish footballer (b. 1946)
November 25 - Richard Burns, English race car driver (b. 1971)
December 6 - Devan Nair, President of Singapore (b. 1923)
December 10 - Richard Pryor, American comedian (b. 1940)
December 13 - Stanley Williams, American gang founder (executed) (b. 1953)
December 16 - John Spencer, American actor (b. 1946)
December 18 - Alan Voorhees, American engineer and urban planner (b. 1922)
December 23 - Yao Wenyuan, Chinese politician (b. 1931)
December 25 - Birgit Nilsson, Swedish soprano (b. 1918)
December 25 - Charles Socarides, American psychiatrist (b. 1922)
December 26 - Kerry Packer, Australian media tycoon (b. 1937)
December 26 - Vincent Schiavelli, American actor (b. 1948)
Metal Gear Solid (videogame): In February of 2005, during a training mission on Shadow Moses, a nuclear weapons facility on a remote island off the coast of Alaska, the Next-Generation Special Forces unit rebels against the United States government, led by the covert black ops team FOXHOUND. The rebellion is put down by the US government.
March 25 to March 26 - the events of the Doctor Who episode take place in which the Rose Ninth Doctor is joined by new companion Rose Tyler and they defeat the Nestene Consciousness' plans of using plastic shop window dummies called Autons to wipe out all Human life on Earth and turning the planet into a new food source.
April 3 - The wedding of Keitaro Urashima and Naru Narusegawa, the main characters of Love Hina, takes place. In
, Transformers: The Movie Decepticons lose control of the planet Cybertron during 2005. The Great War between Autobots and Decepticons rages on Earth, on Cybertron, and in space. In the
.hack universe, the internet is shut down due to a widespread virus on December 24 2005. This event is called Pluto's Kiss. The only operating system able to withstand the virus is ALTIMIT OS. The events of the television series
begin in April of 2005 with the emergence of the Zonder Metal-based The King of Braves GaoGaiGar extraterrestrial intelligence classified as "EI-02," fused with a Japanese vagrant named Kinzo Kodakarayama as its host organism. Feeding off of the man's hatred toward his government for cancelling his now-bankrupt construction company's contract, EI-02 attempts to destroy the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, but is stopped before doing so.
↑ Catholic World News, February 14, 2005, "Sister Lucia, last Fatima seer, dead at 97"