Historical Events In 2018
Saturday, 04 July 2020
Sep 04 NFL player Colin Kaepernick who kneeled during the US national anthem is the new face of Nike's 30th anniversary advertising campaign on this day in history.
Sep 04 Strongest typhoon to hit Japan in 25 years, Jebi hits Tokushima prefecture, swamping Kansai airport and killing at least 11 on this day in history.
Sep 04 WHO reports more than a quarter of people worldwide (1.4 billion) don't get enough physical exercise to avoid major diseases in the year 2018.
Sep 05 Anonymous senior White house official opinion piece "I am part of the resistance inside the Trump administration" published by the New York Times in the year 2018.
Sep 05 UK Prime Minister Theresa May confirms in parliament two Russian military intelligence officers undertook novichok nerve agent attack, prompts international condemnation on this day in history.
Sep 06 Brazilian presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro is stabbed at a campaign rally in Juiz de Fora, Brazil on this day in history.
Sep 06 In the year 2018 india's Supreme Court legalizes gay sex, overturning a colonial law
Sep 06 New York and New Jersey state attorneys launch investigations into sexual abuse by the Catholic clergy, bring to six the number of states investigating in the year 2018.
Sep 06 On this day in history remains of 166 people, 2 years old, found in mass grave in Veracruz state, Mexico
Sep 06 In the year 2018 the Supreme Court of India decriminalises homosexuality.
Sep 06 In the year 2018 world Surf League announces from 2019 there would be equal prize money for men and women across elite tour events; first US-based global sports league with gender pay parity
Sep 07 Eminem breaks 36-year UK chart record for consecutive No. 1 albums with "Kamikaze" on this day in history.
Sep 07 Rappers Cardi B and Nicki Minaj come to physical blows at a New York Fashion event on this day in history.
Sep 08 Archaeologists uncover more than 300 gold coins from late imperial period from theatre in Como, Italy in the year 2018.
Sep 08 Egypt sentences over 700 people, including 75 death sentences for 2013 pro-Muslim Brotherhood sit-in at Rabaa al-Adawiya square on this day in history.
Sep 08 On this day in history uS Open Women's Tennis: Naomi Osaka first Japanese female to win a Grand Slam singles final; beats Serena Williams in controversial match 6-2, 6-4
Sep 09 On this day in history arirang Mass Games begins in North Korea to mark country's 70th anniversary featuring tens of thousands performing
Sep 09 In the year 2018 cBS chief Les Moonves departs the company after six more women make allegations of sexual abuse in "The New Yorker"
Sep 09 Green Bay Packers start 100th season with historic 24-23 comeback win over Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field; first ever Packer recovery from 17+ points deficit at 3/4 time (20-3) in the year 2018.
Sep 09 Nia Franklin representing New York crowned Miss America 2019, first competition without a swimsuit section on this day in history.
Sep 09 Russian police detain over 1000 people amide nationwide protests against pension reform on this day in history.
Sep 09 In the year 2018 swedish General Election: no party wins a majority with far-right Sweden Democrats making gains
Sep 09 On this day in history uS Open Men's Tennis: Novak Đoković wins his third US title; beats '09 champion Juan Martín del Potro 6-4, 7-6, 6-3
Sep 10 Australian newspaper the "Herald Sun" criticised for "racist" cartoon of American tennis star Serena Williams in the year 2018.
Sep 10 California passes law to commit to carbon-free electricity sources by 2045 on this day in history.
Sep 10 In the year 2018 john Legend , Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice win Emmys for "Jesus Christ Superstar", making them all EGOT winners, Legend is the first black male winner
Sep 10 On this day in history south Carolina issues mandatory evacuation order affecting one million people ahead of Hurricane Florence
Sep 10 In the year 2018 uN Secretary General Antonio Guterres calls for urgent climate change conference saying "climate change moving faster than we are"
Sep 11 "Fear: Trump in the White House" by Bob Woodward is published by Simon and Schuster on this day in history.
Sep 11 American-backed militia begins final push to oust militants from Hajin, Syria, last area under Islamic State control in the year 2018.
Sep 11 On this day in history bus crash in southern Indian state of Telangana kills 53
Sep 11 Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan lies in state in Accra, Ghana, ahead of a state funeral on this day in history.
Sep 11 On this day in history imprisoned Brazilian Ex-president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva abandons his presidential campaign
Sep 11 James Anderson takes his 564th Test wicket to become the most prolific fast bowler in cricket history as England beats India by 118 runs in the 5th Test at The Oval for a 4-1 series victory; Alistair Cook's final Test on this day in history.