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Historical Events In 2006

Sunday, 28 February 2021

Sep 07   In the year 2006 chiang Kai-shek International Airport in Taipei is renamed to Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport.  

Sep 09   In the year 2006 sTS-115: Space Shuttle Atlantis is launched on a mission to build up the International Space Station. It returns safe and successful on sep 21.  

Sep 10   Seven-time World Champion Michael Schumacher announces he will retire from Formula 1 at the end of the year on this day in history.  

Sep 12   In the year 2006 a stampede at a rally in Yemen leaves 41 dead.  

Sep 12   Pope Benedict XVI gives a lecture in Germany; he quotes a criticism of the Islamic faith, sparking mass protest in the year 2006.  

Sep 13   The Dawson College Shooting occurs in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, leaving one student dead and 19 others injured in the year 2006.  

Sep 13   The solar system's largest dwarf planet, designated until now as 2003 UB313, is officially named "Eris"; its satellite is now known as "Dysnomia" in the year 2006.  

Sep 15   Spinach contaminated with E. coli kills one person and poisons over 100 others in 20 states of the United States in the year 2006.  

Sep 16   Five churches are attacked in Palestinian areas following the Pope's comments on Islam on this day in history.  

Sep 17   The Alliance for Sweden claims victory in the Swedish general election, 2006 on this day in history.  

Sep 19   In the year 2006 a memorial service for recently deceased Australian personality Steve Irwin takes place at Australia Zoo, Queensland, Australia. The service is broadcast across Australia and other parts of the world.  

Sep 19   On this day in history prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra of Thailand declares a state of emergency in Bangkok as members of the Royal Thai Army stage a coup d'état. The army announces the removal of Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra from power.  

Sep 20   The CW Television Network (a merger of The WB and UPN) officially begins operations in the year 2006.  

Sep 22   On this day in history a Transrapid Maglev train crashes into a maintenance vehicle on a test track in Germany, killing 23 and injuring 10; it is the first recorded fatal accident involving a Maglev.  

Sep 23   On this day in history toomas Hendrik Ilves is elected President of Estonia.  

Sep 24   On this day in history communist Party of China Central Political Bureau committee member, Shanghai Municipal Party Committee Secretary Chen Liangyu is dismissed for alleged corruption charges.  

Sep 24   Europe win the Ryder Cup in Ireland on this day in history.  

Sep 25   On this day in history the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans re-opens 13 months after Hurricane Katrina with extensive repairs, including the largest re-roofing project in the United States.  

Sep 26   Diet of Japan elects Shinzo Abe as new Prime Minister of Japan succeeding Junichiro Koizumi in the year 2006.  

Sep 27   An armed suspect holds six female students as hostages in Platte Canyon High School located in Bailey, Colorado. One hostage is fatally wounded as the gunman kills himself in the year 2006.  

Sep 28   After 40 years of development, Suvarnabhumi Airport, opens in Bangkok, Thailand replacing Don Mueang International Airport as Bangkok's primary airport for commercial flights in the year 2006.  

Sep 29   On this day in history gol Flight 1907, a Boeing 737-800, collides with a business jet over the Amazon Rainforest killing all 154 onboard.  

Sep 29   Michael A. Monsoor, a United States Navy SEAL killed in Iraq and posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor in the year 2006.  

Sep 29   U.S. Representative Mark Foley (R-FL) resigns after it is revealed that he sent explicit e-mails for several years to underage male pages on this day in history.  

Sep 30   In the year 2006 nangpa La shootings  

Sep 30   On this day in history west Coast Eagles win the Australian Football League Grand Final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.  

Oct 01   Brisbane Broncos beat Melbourne Storm in the controversial 2006 National Rugby League Grand Final at Telstra Stadium in Sydney, Australia in the year 2006.  

Oct 01   In the year 2006 vodafone Japan, owned by SoftBank, officially changes its name to Softbank Mobile Corporation.  

Oct 02   Charles Carl Roberts IV, a 32-yr-old milk-truck driver, kills five female students at an Amish schoolhouse in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania before shooting himself in the year 2006.  

Oct 02   On this day in history per Westerberg takes office as Speaker of the Riksdag in Sweden.  

Oct 04   On this day in history the Dow Industrial Average closes above 11,800 for the first time rising 123.27 points, or 1.05%, finishing at 11,850.61.  

Oct 06   On this day in history hazardous waste plant near Apex, North Carolina explodes releasing chlorine gas, resulting in the evacuation of thousands and the hospitalization of over 100 residents.  

Oct 09   On this day in history north Korea claims to have conducted its first ever nuclear test.  

Oct 10   Google buys YouTube for USD$1.65 billion on this day in history.  

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Famous Deaths In 2006

Famous People Died In This Year In History

Jan 01   Harry Magdoff, American magazine editor (b. 1913) died on this day in history.  

Jan 02   Cecilia Muñoz-Palma, first female Philippine Supreme Court Justice (b. 1913) died on this day in history.  

Jan 03   Bill Skate, Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea (b. 1954) died in the year 2006.  

Jan 04   Irving Layton, Canadian poet (b. 1912) died in the year 2006.  

Jan 05   Lord Merlyn-Rees, British politician (b. 1920) died on this day in history.  

Jan 06   In the year 2006 death of lou Rawls, American singer (b. 1933)  

Jan 07   Heinrich Harrer, Austrian mountaineer (b. 1912) died on this day in history.  

Jan 08   Tony Banks, British politician (b. 1943) died in the year 2006.  

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