This is a complete timeline of events from Y2K to the present day.


2 PM UTC, December 31, 1999 - Christmas Island in Kiribati reports that their computers are malfunctioning.

3 PM UTC, December 31, 1999 - The Samoan Embassy in the United States reports it has lost communication with the Samoan government.

4 PM UTC, December 31, 1999 - Computers fail across New Zealand, Tuvalu, and Tonga, though some remain functional.

5 PM UTC, December 31, 1999 - The Kiribati President Tito is secretly airlifted out of the country after a mass power outage strikes the capital, Tarawa.

6 PM UTC, December 31, 1999 - Micronesia suffers a small power outage. This is brought to the attention of Bill Clinton, who recommends to President Falcam that he leave for the United States.



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Yasser Arafat International Airport, the airport that serves the Gaza Strip and the airport that Air Force One landed on after Y2K.

Flag of Cabinda

The Republic of Cabinda declared independence from Angola on January 4, 2000.

Flag of Tamil Eelam

Tamil Eelam declared independence from Sri Lanka on January 7, 2000

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Saddam Hussein announces the moving of the capital from Baghdad to Baquba.

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The Republic of Réunion declared independence from France on January 16, 2000.

January 2 - Air Force One attempts a landing at the abandoned Roberts International in Monrovia, Liberia. Having overshot the landing strip and having sustained heavy electrical damage from the EMP blasts, Air Force One contacts the last remaining functioning airport: Yasser Arafat International.

January 3 - Air Force One crash lands at Yasser Arafat International Airport in Rafah, Gaza. During the landing, two sets of landing gear fail, causing the plane to crash and suffer heavy damage. Many die on the plane and many more suffer severe injuries. Only a few Secret Service agents and UN Ambassador Richard Holbrooke survive with only minor injuries. The surviving members of Air Force One are transported to Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City.

January 4 - The President of Angola, José dos Santos, is declared dead in absentia by the provincial government of Cabinda. In response, the province issues a declaration of independence, becoming the Republic of Cabinda. 

January 5 - Al-Shifa Hospital reports on the status of those pulled from the Air Force One wreckage. The Secretary of State, the Chief of Staff, the Director of the Office of Management and Office, the EPA Administrator, the Trade Representative and the Small Business Administrator have died. The Vice President and the Chairperson of the Council of Economic Advisors have suffered heavy internal bleeding and are close to death. President Clinton is on life support. UN Ambassador Holbrooke has suffered a broken leg and minor internal bleeding.

January 6 - Robert Lawrence, Chairperson of the Council of Economic Advisors, dies of his injuries. 

January 7 - The Tamil Tigers capture Trincomalee from Sri Lanka. Upon reaching City Hall, Velupillai Prabhakaran declares Tamil Eelam independent, with himself as President.

January 8 - Saddam Hussein arrives in Baquba, capital of Diyala Province. In a statement read on what remained of State TV and run through every state newspaper, Saddam declares Baquba the new provisional capital of Iraq and that Baghdad will be rebuilt.

January 9 - Vice President Al Gore dies from heavy internal bleeding.

January 10 - To accommodate the massive influx of refugees from Israel, Bill Clinton's life support is cut off. Richard Holbrooke, as the last remaining verifiable government official of the United States, becomes the de facto 43rd President of the United States.

January 11 - A coalition of Hamas and Islamic Jihad begin attacking the now strategically isolated Negev nuclear complex in southern Israel.

January 14 - A Hamas messenger delivers a message to the Gaza Strip government, detailing that Negev is now jointly controlled by Hamas and Islamic Jihad.

January 16 - With no word from the French government for many days, the Reunion government assumes that the central government has collapsed. In order to preserve order, the regional government declares independence, becoming the Republic of Reunion.

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The Republic of Bioko declared independence from Equatorial Guinea on January 23, 2000.

January 23 - A group of Bioko-based Equatorial Guinea troops declare the island independent from the central government, forming the Republic of Bioko.


February 16 - With President Holbrooke's legs functioning once again, he now takes the initiative to set up a new, functioning administration. Taking the oath of office at the Palestinian Presidential Palace in Gaza City, President Holbrooke is sworn in and officially becomes President of the United States.


March 6 - 



The Federal Republic of Southern Cameroon declared independence from Cameroon on April 13, 2000.

April 13 - Southern Cameroon declares independence from Cameroon as the Federal Republic of Southern Cameroon.


Flag of Biafra

The Republic of Biafra declared independence from Nigeria on May 30, 2000.

May 30 - The MASSOB orders the raising of the flag of Biafra around their secured territory border crossings, declaring the Republic of Biafra.


Flag of Katanga

The Republic of Katanga declared independence from the Democratic Republic of the Congo on June 1, 2000.

June 1 - Katanga declares independence from the Democratic Republic of the Congo as the Republic of Katanga.

The Republic of the Canary Islands declared independence from Spain on June 23, 2000.

June 23 - After no word from Spain for several months, the Canary Islands declares independence in order to preserve order.


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The Islamic State of Afaria declared independence from Ethiopia on September 25, 2000.

September 25 - The Afar Liberation Front captures the capital of the region, Semera. Raising the flag over the provincial capitol building, the ALF declares the Islamic State of Afaria.


Flag of Afghanistan (1978-1980)

The United Badakhshan People's Republic declared independence from Afghanistan on November 1, 2000.

November 1 - The Watan Party of Afghanistan burns down the Fayzabad City Hall. Taking control of the city, the party leadership unanimously decides to declare independence from Afghanistan as the United Badakhshan People's Republic.

Flag of the Sultanate of Zanzibar (1963)

The Republic of Zanzibar declared independence from Tanzania on November 8, 2000.

November 8 - Convinced that Tanzania has abandoned them, the new President of Zanzibar declares the archipelago independent as the Republic of Zanzibar.


Flag of the Chittagong Hill Tracts

The Federation of the Chittagong Hill Tracts declared independence from Bangladesh on December 2, 2000.

December 2 - On the anniversary of the peace accord that disabled their military prowess, the PCJSS declared the Chittagong Hill Tracts independent from Bangladesh as the Federation of the Chittagong Hill Tracts (FCHT).


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The Republic of Kabylie declared independence from Algeria on June 30, 2001.

Karen National Union Flag

The Republic of Kawthoolei declared independence from Burma on February 5, 2001.

February 5 - The Karen National Liberation Army finishes off the Burmese Army within their borders, finally declaring Kayin State independent as the Republic of Kawthoolei.


Flag of the Inner Mongolian People's Party

The Republic of Mongol declared independence from China on March 23, 2001.

March 23 - Confirming that they have captured Baotou, the SMDA declare the independence of Inner Mongolia (despite controlling very little territory at the time). The Republic of Mongol has been introduced.


June 30 - A bloodless coup in Bejaia, Algeria from the MAK prompts the Kabylie region of Algeria to declare independence as the Republic of Kabylie.


Flag of Chin State

The Republic of Zo Asia declared independence from Burma on July 15, 2001.

July 15 - The Chin National Front pushes the last Burmese troops from their territory, declaring the Chin State independent as the Republic of Zo Asia.


Flag of Tibet

The Tibetan Empire was restored on September 5, 2001.

September 5 - The newly elected Prime Minister of the Central Tibetan Administration, Lobsang Tenzin, declares the restoration of the Tibetan Empire in the capital Lhasa.


Coptic Egypt Flag

The Coptic Pharaonic Republic declared independence from Egypt on January 1, 2002.

January 1 - During New Years Celebrations in Alexandria, Pope Shenouda III, in correspondence with the Alexandria Governorate government, declare the governorate independent from the neglectful provisional Egyptian government. The Coptic Pharaonic Republic, or simply Coptland, is born, with the Pope as their leader.
Flag of Sudan (1956-1970)

The Republic of Beja declared independence from Sudan on October 1, 2002.

October 1 - The Beja Congress raises the flag of Beja over Port Sudan, declaring the Sudanese state of Red Sea independent as the Republic of Beja.


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The State of Bangabhumi declared independence from India and Bangladesh on February 4, 2003.

February 4 - Banga Sena manages to finish their radiation scrubbing operation. Upon the official finish, the rebel group declares West Bengal and Khulna independent as the State of Bangabhumi.
Flag of Darfur

The Republic of Darfur declared independence from Sudan on February 26, 2003.

February 26 - The Darfur Liberation Front secures Darfur, declaring the Republic of Darfur.

Flag of Manchukuo

The Second Empire of Manchukuo declared independence from China on March 1, 2003.

March 1 - The ailing Puren, heir to the Manchukuo throne, is crowned Emperor at a ceremony in Linjiang held by ethnic Manchu former PRC soldiers. The Second Empire of Manchukuo is declared.
Flag of Jihad

The Islamic Emirate of Arewa declared independence from Nigeria on July 10, 2003.

July 10 - Boko Haram secures the northern half of Nigeria, declaring the Islamic Emirate of Arewa.


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The Federal Islamic Republic of Uyghurstan was established on September 14, 2004.

September 14 - After many years of infighting, the Islamic Movement of East Turkestan surrenders to the forces of the World Uyghur Congress. As part of the terms of surrender, the new state to be formed from their territory will be named the Federal Islamic Republic of Uyghurstan.

Flag of the Republic of Hong Kong

The Republic of Hong Kong declared independence from China on December 15, 2004.

December 15 - In response to the Hong Kong's government refusal to recognize the PRC's dissolution, 270,000 people marching under the banner of the Hong Konger Front burn down the Government House. The Chief Executive is killed in the fire, and in the power vacuum, the HKF leadership council takes control in an oligarchical military takeover. The Republic of Hong Kong is promptly declared.


Flag of Ogaden National Liberation Front(2)

The Republic of Ogaden declared independence from Ethiopia on January 1, 2005.

January 1 - After having occupied the region for over three months, the ONLF declares Ogaden independent from Ethiopia. The Republic of Ogaden is born.
Flag of the Eastern Front

The Confederation of Eastern Sudan declared independence from Sudan on January 27, 2005.

January 27 - The Eastern Front, still reeling from their own internal civil war with the Beja Congress, secures complete control over Kassala and Al-Qadarif. The Confederation of Eastern Sudan has been wrested from Sudanese hands.

Flag of the Shan State

The Federated Shan States declared independence from Burma on May 21, 2005.

May 21 - The Shan State Army, after suffering long years of hardship against the Burmese Army's final standing soldiers, finally carves the Federated Shan States out of the former Shan State of Burma.


Flag of Madeira

The Republic of Madeira declared independence from Portugal on January 22, 2006.

January 22 -  After receiving word that the Portuguese government had collapsed a few months before, the island of Madeira declares independence as the Republic of Madeira.
Flag of Casamance

The Republic of Casamance declared independence from Senegal on April 24, 2006.

April 24 - The MFDC, frustrated with the failure of the Senegalese government to restore the infrastructure of the region, forcefully take Ziguinchor and declare the Republic of Casamance.

August 2 - BAMOSD takes control of Bakassi City Hall, declaring the peninsula independent from Nigeria. The Democratic Republic of Bakassi faces zero opposition from the barely functioning Nigerian government.

August 13 - 
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The Republic of Caprivi declared independence from Namibia on August 13, 2006.

The Republic of Caprivi declares independence from Namibia.


Flag of Mohéli

The Democratic Republic of Moheli declared independence from Comoros on January 3, 2007.

January 3 - In response to the Comorian Presidential Election's blatant electoral fraud, Moheli finally declares independence as the Democratic Republic of Moheli.
Flag of the Toubou Front for the Salvation of Libya

Toubouland was established on June 30, 2007.

June 30 - The Toubou Front establishes Toubouland out of the lawless region of Fezzan, Libya.


Flag of the Kingdom of Kongo

The Kingdom of Kongo declared independence from the Democratic Republic of the Congo on March 1, 2008.


The Cape Republic was established on January 1, 2008.

January 1 - After uniting the many city states of the Cape region of South Africa, the Cape Party under the leadership of Jack Miller, establishes the Cape Republic.
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The Arab State of Lac declared independence from Chad on January 11, 2008.

January 11 - Members of the Janjaweed take the governor of Lac Region hostage. In order to create a buffer between the remnants of the Chadian Army and Arewa, the Janjaweed force him to sign a declaration that declares the region independent as the Arab State of Lac.

March 1 - Bundia dia Kongo finally secures Bas-Congo Province from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. After the public execution of the provincial governor, the group declares the Kingdom of Kongo.


The Tenere Republic declared independence from Niger on July 14, 2008.

July 14 - The RAFS crowns Boubakar Sogoma as their commander, who promptly declares the Agadez Department of Niger, which has been under RAFS control for several years beforehand, independent as the Tenere Republic.


Flag of Cyrenaica

The Republic of Cyrenaica declared independence from Libya on March 6, 2012.

March 6 - Frustrated with the failure of the central government to maintain infrastructure, the autonomous Cyrenaica government declares independence from Libya as the Republic of Cyrenaica.
MNLA flag

The Independent State of Azawad declared independence from Mali on April 6, 2012.

April 6 - The MNLA secures Azawad from the interim Mali government, creating the Independent State of Azawad.

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