Historical Events In 2007
Friday, 18 September 2020
Aug 01 On this day in history cholera in Ethiopia
Aug 01 On this day in history cholera in Somalia
Aug 01 Cholera in Vietnam on this day in history.
Aug 01 In the year 2007 dengue fever in Puerto Rico; Dominican Republic; Mexico
Aug 01 Iraq cholera outbreak in Iraq killing 10 people on this day in history.
Aug 01 In the year 2007 mweka ebola epidemic in Democratic Republic of the Congo killing 187 people
Aug 01 On this day in history poliomyelitis in Nigeria
Aug 01 Scouting celebrates its 100th birthday with worldwide celebrations on this day in history.
Aug 01 The I-35W Mississippi River Bridge on I-35W over the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, Minnesota between University Avenue and Washington Avenue collapses at 6:05 pm CST during the later part of rush hour, killing 13 people on this day in history.
Aug 03 In the year 2007 a strain of foot and mouth disease is found on a farm at Wanborough, near to Guildford, Surrey. Gordon Brown holds a COBRA meeting by phone on the outbreak. For more information see 2007 United Kingdom foot-and-mouth outbreak.
Aug 04 In the year 2007 a UK-wide ban on movement of all livestock is in place after foot and mouth disease is found on the Surrey farm.
Aug 04 Smoking in public places is banned in Slovenia in the year 2007.
Aug 04 The 92nd World Congress of Esperanto is held in Yokohama, Japan in the year 2007.
Aug 04 In the year 2007 the National Eisteddfod of Wales is held at Mold, Flintshire, Wales.
Aug 04 The Phoenix spacecraft launches toward the Martian north pole on this day in history.
Aug 06 In the year 2007 israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert arrives in historic Palestianian town of Jericho, becoming the first Prime Minister of Israel to visit the West Bank or Gaza Strip in over seven years. Olmert met with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.
Aug 06 In the year 2007 the Crandall Canyon Mine in Emery County, Utah collapses, trapping six miners.
Aug 07 Barry Bonds breaks Hank Aaron's home run record by hitting his 756th home run in the year 2007.
Aug 08 On this day in history the 21st World Scout Jamboree at Hylands Park, Essex closes.
Aug 08 On this day in history the Space Shuttle Endeavour is successfully launched on mission STS-118.
Aug 09 The Dow Jones Industrial Average loses 387.18 points, its largest single-day drop since feb 27 in the year 2007.
Aug 11 On this day in history presidential and parliamentary elections were held in Sierra Leone.
Aug 12 Tiger Woods wins PGA Championship, his 13th career major on this day in history.
Aug 14 At least 22 people are killed, and at least 39 missing, as a bridge collapses in the southeastern province of Hunan, China in the year 2007.
Aug 14 Multiple suicide bombings kill 572 people in Qahtaniya, northern Iraq in the year 2007.
Aug 14 Pakistan marks the 60th anniversary of their independence from the British Empire on this day in history.
Aug 15 In the year 2007 an 8.0 earthquake strikes Peru, killing 512 people, injuring more than 1,500, and causing tsunami warnings in the Pacific Ocean.
Aug 15 In the year 2007 india marks the 60th anniversary of their independence from the British Empire.
Aug 15 NBA referee Tim Donaghy surrenders to police and pleads guilty to charges brought up by the FBI investigation that he placed bets on games that he refereed in the year 2007.
Aug 16 On this day in history the Crandall Canyon Mine in Emery County, Utah, collapses a second time, killing three rescue workers and injuring six more.
Aug 17 Vladimir Putin issues a statement, revealing that Russia is to resume the flight exercises of its Strategic bombers in remote areas. The flights were suspended in 1991 after the Collapse of the Soviet Union on this day in history.
Aug 18 On this day in history typhoon Sepat makes landfall in eastern Taiwan.
Aug 21 In the year 2007 hurricane Dean, a powerful Category 5 storm, slams into a largely evacuated Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico.
Aug 21 On this day in history sTS-118 lands at the Kennedy Space Center, completing Space Shuttle Endeavour's 19th flight.