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Historical Events In 2007

Tuesday, 22 September 2020

Dec 20   A group of activist Lakota Indians send a letter to the United States State Department declaring their secession from the Union in the year 2007.  

Dec 20   An earthquake of magnitude 6.6 ML hits the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand, causing one death and significant damage in the town of Gisborne in the year 2007.  

Dec 20   The painting Portrait of Suzanne Bloch (1904), by the Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, was stolen from the São Paulo Museum of Art, together with O Lavrador de Café [3], by the major Brazilian modernist painter Candido Portinari in the year 2007.  

Dec 21   Queen Elizabeth II became the oldest-ever Monarch of the United Kingdom, surpassing Queen Victoria, who lived for 81 years, 7 months and 29 days on this day in history.  

Dec 21   The Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia join the Schengen border-free zone on this day in history.  

Dec 23   On this day in history a general election is held in Thailand. The People's Power Party, which is associated with former Prime Minster Thaksin Shinawatra, wins a majority of seats in the parliament.  

Dec 23   A grand conjunction in which the solar system will align with the galactic center in the year 2007.  

Dec 23   On this day in history presidential election in Uzbekistan.  

Dec 24   In the year 2007 the Nepalese government announces that the country's 240-year-old monarchy will be abolished in 2008 and a new republic will be declared.  

Dec 25   An escaped tiger at the San Francisco Zoo kills one person and injures two others on this day in history.  

Dec 25   In the year 2007 an overcrowded suspension bridge collapsed near Nepalgunj, Nepal. At least 15 people are dead, with 100 to 200 missing.  

Dec 25   Queen Elizabeth II broadcasts her 50th televised Royal Christmas Message to the Commonwealth in the year 2007.  

Dec 27   In the year 2007 former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto is assassinated, and at least 20 others are killed by a bomb blast at an election rally in Rawalpindi.  

Dec 27   Presidential and parliamentary elections took place in Kenya in the year 2007.  

Dec 29   After defeating the New York Giants 38-35, the New England Patriots become the second team in NFL history to finish the regular season undefeated on this day in history.  

Dec 31   Over 200 people are killed in Kenya due to riots over the results of the presidential election which occurred on dec 27 in the year 2007.  

Dec 31   On this day in history the Big Dig project in Boston, Massachusetts is completed.  

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Famous Deaths In 2007

Famous People Died In This Year In History

Jan 01   A. I. Bezzerides, American novelist and screenwriter (b. 1908) died in the year 2007.  

Jan 02   Teddy Kollek, Austrian-born mayor of Jerusalem (b. 1911) died in the year 2007.  

Jan 03   William Verity Jr., United States Secretary of Commerce 1987-1989 (b. 1917) died in the year 2007.  

Jan 04   Marais Viljoen, former State President of South Africa (b. 1915) died in the year 2007.  

Jan 05   Momofuku Ando, inventor of instant noodles and cup noodles (b. 1910) died in the year 2007.  

Jan 06   Roberta Wohlstetter, military historian and strategist (b. 1912) died on this day in history.  

Jan 07   Magnús Magnússon, Icelandic-born television presenter (b. 1929) died in the year 2007.  

Jan 08   Jane Bolin, first African American female judge (b. 1908) died in the year 2007.  

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