Historical Events In April - 28
Wednesday, 10 August 2022
2012 On April - 28 tent collapse in St Louis, Missouri, kills one and injures 110 people
2013 8 people are killed and dozens are injured after Taliban attacks on election candidates in Pakistan on April - 28.
2014 On this day in history craig Ferguson announces he will leave "The Late Late Show" at the end of 2014
2017 Gwyneth Paltrow brand Goop and Condé Nast announce they will be launching a quarterly publication together on April - 28.
2018 Shaquem Griffin is the first one-handed person to be drafted into the NFL, for the Seattle Seahawks on this day in history.
2018 Danny Devito Day declared in Jersey for 17th November by Mayor John Moor of Asbury Park on this day in history.
2018 On this day in history world's largest child sacrifice, 140 remains uncovered by archaeologists near Trujillo, Peru, dating back 550 years to Chimú civilisation
2018 Indian government announces electricity has now reached every Indian village on April - 28.
2019 TV series " Game of Thrones : The Long Night" episode debuts with the longest battle ever screened (nearly 80 mins), surpassing "Lord of the Rings" Battle of Helm's Deep (44 mins) on this day in history.
2019 Disney says Marvel film " Avengers : Endgame" made estimated $1.2 billion worldwide, first film to make more than 1 billion on opening on April - 28.
2019 A general election takes place in Spain, for all 350 seats in the Congress of Deputies and 208 (of the 266) seats in the Senate. The PSOE, under Pedro Sánchez, wins the most seats, but not an outright majority on April - 28.
2019 On April - 28 victor Vescovo achieves the deepest dive of any human in history, as he reaches Challenger Deep within the Mariana Trench, at a depth of 10,928 m (35,853 ft).
2020 President Vladimir Putin warns Russia has not yet reached the peak of coronavirus infections, with 93,000 recorded cases and 867 deaths on April - 28.
2020 A fast radio burst is detected from the Magnetar SGR 1935+2154, the first ever detected inside the Milky Way, and the first to be linked to a known source on this day in history.
2020 Colombia formalizes its membership with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), becoming the 37th nation of the organization on April - 28.
2020 On April - 28 the Indian Ministry of External Affairs condemns the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom after its annual report recommends placing India on the "countries of particular concern" blacklist over the Citizenship Amendment Act, the revocation of Jammu and Kashmir's special status, and controversial comments made by Home Minister Amit Shah, among others.
2021 At least 55 people are killed and nearly 50,000 more are displaced in one of the most serious clashes in Central Asia following border disputes between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan on April - 28.
2021 On April - 28 the European Union approves the EU–UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement, governing the relationship between the EU and UK after Brexit.
2021 Protestors rally in major Colombian cities against increased taxes and healthcare reforms proposed by President Iván Duque Márquez, resulting in police violence and the deaths of dozens of protestors, which is condemned by the United Nations and Human Rights Watch on April - 28.