Historical Events In 2006
Tuesday, 14 July 2020
Apr 11 On this day in history the European Space Agency's Venus Express spaceprobe enters Venus' orbit.
Apr 16 On this day in history albert II, Prince of Monaco, reaches the North Pole, becoming the first reigning monarch ever to do so.
Apr 16 In the year 2006 ireland commemorates the 90th anniversary of the 1916 Rising for the first time since 1971.
Apr 17 A suicide bombing by Islamic Jihad in Tel Aviv kills nine people and injures dozens in the year 2006.
Apr 18 In the year 2006 festivities and memorials across the Bay Area mark the 100th anniversary of the Great San Francisco Earthquake and Fire
Apr 19 In the year 2006 han Myeong Sook becomes the first female Prime Minister of South Korea.
Apr 20 Iran announces a uranium enrichment deal with Russia, involving a joint uranium enrichment firm on Russian soil; nine days later Iran announces that it will not move all activity to Russia, thus leading to a de-facto termination of the deal in the year 2006.
Apr 22 In the year 2006 jalal Talabani re-elected for a second term as President of Iraq.
Apr 22 War on Terror: Four Canadian soldiers are killed 75 kilometers north of Kandahar, Afghanistan by a roadside bomb - the worst one-day combat loss for the Canadian army since the Korean War on this day in history.
Apr 24 Three explosions in a tourist section of Dahab, Egypt kill 30 and injure over 115 on this day in history.
Apr 29 Massive anti-war demonstrations and a mar down Broadway in New York City mark the third year of war in Iraq in the year 2006.
Apr 29 The Global Night Commute takes place in over 130 cities around the world to promote the visibility of the Invisible Children in Uganda on this day in history.
Apr 30 In the Australian Football League, a match between St Kilda and Fremantle ends in controversial circumstances after St Kilda's Steven Baker was alleged to have kicked a behind after the final siren had went. Following an investigation, the Saints were stripped of two competition points and the full win was handed to Fremantle on this day in history.
May 01 Bolivian President Evo Morales nationalizes his nation's gas fields on this day in history.
May 01 In the year 2006 the Great American Boycott takes place across the United States as marers protest for immigration rights.
May 04 On this day in history a new coalition government takes office in Israel; its four political parties hold 67 of the 120 seats in the Knesset.
May 05 On this day in history fiat chairman Sergio marionne announces that the Alfa Romeo automobile brand will return to the United States in 2008, after a 13-year hiatus.
May 05 On this day in history nASA astronomers announce the discovery of a storm system in the Jovian atmosphere, dubbed the Red Spot Junior.
May 07 Richard Carleton, Australian news reporter (b.1943) on this day in history.
May 09 Beaconsfield mine collapse: After 14 days trapped underground, miners Todd Russell and Brant Webb are rescued in Beaconsfield, Tasmania, Australia in the year 2006.
May 13 On this day in history liverpool F.C. defeat West Ham United F.C. on penalties in the 2006 FA Cup Final following a 3-3 draw after extra time.
May 17 FC Barcelona beat Arsenal in the final of the UEFA Champions League played in Paris on this day in history.
May 20 On this day in history finland's Lordi wins the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest held in Athens.
May 21 The Dallas Mavericks beat the San Antonio Spurs in overtime to win the Western Conference semi-finals in the NBA Playoffs in the year 2006.
May 24 East Timor's Foreign Minister Horta officially requests military assistance from the governments of Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia and Portugal on this day in history.
May 26 In the year 2006 yogyakarta earthquake in Indonesia killing 5,782 people
May 27 A 6.3 magnitude earthquake strikes central Java in Indonesia, killing more than 6,000, injuring at least 36,000 and leaving some 1.5 million people homeless on this day in history.
May 27 On this day in history the first demonstration for gay rights in Moscow is broken up by the police.
May 28 On this day in history president Alvaro Uribe Velez is re-elected in Colombia for a second term. He becomes the first president in over a century to serve consecutive terms.
Jun 03 On this day in history montenegro declares independence after a may 21 referendum. The state union of Serbia and Montenegro is dissolved on jun 5 leaving Serbia as the successor state.
Jun 03 On this day in history seventeen men are arrested in the Greater Toronto Area for alleged ties to a terrorist plot to blow up targets in the region.
Jun 06 The 6bone (testbed network for the IPv6 network protocol) is phased out on this day in history.
Jun 06 In the year 2006 the Union of Islamic Courts gains control of Somalia's capital Mogadishu, ending warlord rule of the city.
Jun 07 Al-Qaeda in Iraq leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi and seven of his aides are killed in a U.S. air raid just north of the town of Baqouba, Iraq on this day in history.