Historical Events In 2019
Thursday, 09 July 2020
Jun 03 On this day in history u.S. President Donald Trump makes a state visit to the United Kingdom, meeting with Queen Elizabeth II and outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May. It is the first official state visit to the U.K. by a sitting U.S. president since 2011. Trump also attends D-Day commemorative ceremonies.
Jun 03 US President Donald Trump begins a three-day visit to the UK by calling London Mayor Sadiq Khan "a stone cold loser" after Khan called Trump's language that of a 20th century fascist on this day in history.
Jun 05 Chinese President Xi Jinping makes a state visit to Russia, where he also attends the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum in the year 2019.
Jun 05 In the year 2019 the 2019 Danish general election takes place, for all 179 seats in the Folketing.
Jun 06 On this day in history 2018–19 Sudanese protests: The African Union suspends Sudan's membership "with immediate effect" after the Khartoum massacre.
Jun 06 Following results from the 2019 Finnish parliamentary election, a new government is formed consisting of 58 percent women on this day in history.
Jun 06 On 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots , New York City’s police commissioner James O’Neill apologizes for his department's actions during the 1969 raid on the Stonewall Inn in the year 2019.
Jun 07 British Prime Minister Theresa May resigns as leader of the Conservative Party on this day in history.
Jun 07 In the year 2019 july 7 - The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup is held in France and is won by the United States.
Jun 09 73rd Tony Awards: "Hadestown" best musical, "The Ferryman" best play, Bryan Cranston and Elaine May win on this day in history.
Jun 09 A large explosive eruption of Mount Sinabung in Indonesia sends a 7,000-meter ash column, generating a pyroclastic flow 3–3.5 kilometers long towards the south and southeast of the mountain in the year 2019.
Jun 09 French Open Men's Tennis: Rafael Nadal beats Austrian Dominic Thiem 6-3, 5-7, 6-1, 6-1; 3rd straight French singles title; 12th overall; first to win 12 singles titles at same Grand Slam; 18th major on this day in history.
Jun 09 Hong Kong anti-extradition bill protests: Over 1 million people in Hong Kong protest against proposed legislation regarding extradition to China. It is the largest protest in Hong Kong since the 1997 handover on this day in history.
Jun 11 "The New York Times" reveals an estimated 500,000 song titles, including masters of Chuck Berry, Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald , lost in 2008 warehouse fire on Universal backlot in Los Angeles on this day in history.
Jun 11 Botswana decriminalizes homosexuality on this day in history.
Jun 11 In the year 2019 canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces plan to ban single-use plastics by 2021
Jun 11 On this day in history comedian Jon Stewart delivers angry rebuke to Congress for the lack of funds for 9/11 victims Learn More >>
Jun 11 Toy Story 4 directed by Josh Cooley with the voices of Tom Hanks and Tim Allen has its world premiere in the year 2019.
Jun 12 On this day in history hong Kong anti-extradition bill protests: The Hong Kong government and police controversially declare that the protest has "turned into a riot".
Jun 12 On this day in history the Supreme Court of Ecuador rules in favor of same-sex marriage, making it legal throughout the country.
Jun 13 June 2019 Gulf of Oman incident: Two oil tankers are attacked near the Strait of Hormuz while transiting the Gulf of Oman amid heightened tension between Iran and the United States, with the latter blaming the former for the incident in the year 2019.
Jun 13 Recently deposed Sudan President Omar al-Bashir is charged with corruption in Sudan on this day in history.
Jun 14 Jane Goodall, British primatologist, is awarded the 2019 Luxembourg Prize for Outstanding Environmental Peace in the year 2019.
Jun 15 Baseball jersey belonging to Babe Ruth becomes most expensive sports memorabilia when it sells for $5.64 million at an auction in New York on this day in history.
Jun 15 Hong Kong anti-extradition bill protests: Hong Kong announces it will indefinitely suspend the controversial extradition bill, but protests continue, this time calling for the total withdrawal of the bill and the resignation of Chief Executive Carrie Lam on this day in history.
Jun 16 In the year 2019 a large-scale power outage hits Argentina, Uruguay and parts of Paraguay, affecting nearly 50 million people.
Jun 16 Sara Netanyahu, wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu admits to misuse of state funds in court in the year 2019.
Jun 17 In the year 2019 a triple suicide blast kills 30 and injures over 40 in Borno, Nigeria, at a hall where people were watching a football match.
Jun 17 On this day in history activist Joshua Wong calls on Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam to resign after leaving prison amid street protests the day before of over 2 million people.
Jun 18 In the year 2019 the U.S. sends an additional 1,000 troops to the Middle East as tensions build with Iran.
Jun 19 On this day in history first debate for a decade in Congress over reparations for slavery with Danny Glover one of the witnesses
Jun 19 Four men are charged with murdering the 298 passengers and crew of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, the airliner shot down while flying over Ukraine in July 2014 in the year 2019.
Jun 20 Chinese President Xi Jinping makes a state visit to North Korea. It is his first visit to the country as president and the first visit to North Korea by a Chinese leader since Hu Jintao's visit 14 years prior on this day in history.
Jun 20 Chinese President Xi Jinping meets Kim Jong-un in Pyongyang, the first Chinese president to visit North Korea in 14 years on this day in history.