Historical Events In 2007
Wednesday, 30 September 2020
Jul 07 Venus Williams wins the Women's Singles, at Wimbledon for a fourth time on this day in history.
Jul 08 In the year 2007 boeing launches the new Boeing 787.
Jul 08 Roger Federer wins the Men's Singles, at Wimbledon for a fifth time in a row on this day in history.
Jul 09 While celebrating Argentinean Independence Day, snow falls in Buenos Aires for the first time in almost 100 years on this day in history.
Jul 10 In the year 2007 2007 Major League Baseball All-Star Game in San Francisco (AL 5, NL 4)
Jul 10 On this day in history a Cessna 310R twin-engine airplane crashes into two homes in Sanford, Florida, killing three adults and two children.
Jul 10 In the year 2007 zheng Xiaoyu, head of State Food and Drug Administration of the People's Republic of China executed.
Jul 11 In the year 2007 the ninth All Africa Games kick off in Algiers, Algeria
Jul 12 Queen Elizabeth II visits the world's largest Commonwealth war grave in Ypres, Belgium to pay respects to fallen soldiers of the Battle of Passchendaele on this day in history.
Jul 12 In the year 2007 stan Zemanek, Australian radio personality (b.1947)
Jul 13 The 15th Pan Am Games opens in Rio de Janeiro on this day in history.
Jul 14 Following a presidential decree, Russia withdraws from the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe on this day in history.
Jul 15 On this day in history brazil defeats Argentina 3-0 in the Copa América 2007 Final.
Jul 15 On this day in history in Tacoma, Washington, the second span of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge opens to traffic, making it the longest twin suspension bridge in the world.
Jul 16 Britain expels four Russian diplomats in response to a refusal by the Russians to extradite Andrei Lugovoi, suspected to be behind the murder of former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko in London in the year 2007.
Jul 16 On this day in history earthquake occurs in Japan, killing seven and causing a pipe at a nuclear power plant to break and release about 300 gallons of radioactive water.
Jul 17 On this day in history atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick and three other men on charges related to their alleged operation of a dogfighting ring based at one of Vick's properties in southeastern Virginia. Vick was later suspended indefinitely in aug by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and is now serving his sentence of 23 months in federal prison.
Jul 17 TAM Linhas Aéreas Flight 3054 overruns the runway of Congonhas-São Paulo International Airport and crashes, killing all 186 and others on the ground on this day in history.
Jul 18 On this day in history at the height of rush hour in New York City a major steam pipe bursts, releasing millions of gallons of boiling water and super heated steam. Only one fatality occurred; a pedestrian who went into cardiac arrest.
Jul 18 On this day in history nelson Mandela convenes a group of world leaders to contribute their wisdom, independent leadership and integrity to tackle some of the world's toughest problems as he turns 89.
Jul 19 On this day in history ol Doinyo Lengai mountain erupts, bringing a stop to the daily week long tremors experienced in Nairobi and Northern Tanzania.
Jul 19 On this day in history prathiba Patil is elected as the first female President of India.
Jul 19 Russia expels four British embassy staff in a tit-for-tat response over Britain's expulsion of four of Russia's diplomats. Russia also refuses to cooperate with Britain over the war on terror in the year 2007.
Jul 19 On this day in history the Dow Jones Industrial Average closes above 14,000 for the first time in history.
Jul 21 On this day in history the final epic novel in J.K. Rowling's bestselling series Harry Potter, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, was released selling over 8 million copies in the first 24 hours.
Jul 21 In the year 2007 u.S. Vice President Dick Cheney serves as Acting President for two and a half hours, while President George W. Bush undergoes a colonoscopy procedure.
Jul 22 On this day in history floods cause chaos through wide areas of Britain, especially the counties of Gloucestershire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Oxfordshire, leaving hundreds homeless and thousands of vehicles stranded on major roads.
Jul 22 On this day in history parliamentary elections took place in Turkey.
Jul 22 On this day in history yokozuna Asashoryu conquers the Emperor's Cup at the Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament (Nagoya Basho) in Nagoya, Japan.
Jul 27 Nikola Radosavljevic shot dead nine people in village Jabukovac in eastern Serbia and wounded two in the year 2007.
Jul 27 Two television news helicopters collide in midair while covering a police chase in Phoenix, Arizona, killing both pilots and two photojournalists on this day in history.
Jul 29 Iraq wins its first Asian Cup football championship, beating Saudi Arabia 1-0 on this day in history.
Jul 29 The ruling coalition of Japan lost its majority in the upper house after the election on this day in history.
Jul 30 On this day in history new British Prime Minister Gordon Brown visits U.S. President George W. Bush for the first time as Prime Minister.