Historical Events In July - 06
Saturday, 17 August 2019
1994 On July - 06 gary Kildall, software pioneer, killed in bar brawl Gary Kildall, inventor of an early personal computer operating system, was killed in a brawl at a biker bar in Monterey, California, on this day in 1994
1994 Cameron Mitchell, actor (High Chapparral), dies of lung cancer at 75 on July - 06.
1995 On July - 06 aziz Nesin, writer, dies at 79
1996 On July - 06 john Sturdy, scholar, dies at 62
2005 The European Parliament rejects the Directive on the patentability of computer-implemented inventions in its second reading in the codecision procedure on this day in history.
2005 On this day in history the International Olympic Committee awards the 2012 Summer Olympics to London.
2009 On this day in history jadranka Kosor became fir female Prime minier of Croatia.
2012 Gunmen kill 18 people in Turbat, Pakistan on July - 06.
2013 42 people are killed in an attack on a boarding school in Mamudo, Nigeria on July - 06.
2014 Israeli Air Force strike kills 7 Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip on July - 06.
2017 On this day in history sri Lankan government confirms outbreak of dengue fever has killed at least 227
2017 On July - 06 illinois State Senate votes to override Governor Bruce Rauner's veto to approve 1st budget in more than two years, longest-lasting such dispute of any state
2017 France announces it will ban petrol and diesel cars by 2040 on this day in history.
2018 Floods and landslides begin in south-western Japan, killing at least 200 people with more missing. Evacuation orders for nearly 2 million on July - 06.
2018 Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosário of Mozambique sacks the board of Lam Airlines after he is left stranded when a plane runs out of fuel on July - 06.
2018 Paraguay has eliminated malaria in announcement by the World Health organization on this day in history.
2018 Iranian instagram star Maedeh Hojabri confesses on state TV for posting videos of her dancing on this day in history.
2018 On this day in history former Aum Shinrikyo leader Shoko Asahara and six other main members of Aum Shinrikyo, who led the 1995 Tokyo subway sarin attack, are executed by hanging.
2018 U.S. tariffs on US$ 34 billion of Chinese goods come into effect, as President Trump suggests the final total could reach $550bn. China accuses the U.S. of starting the "largest trade war in economic history" and announces immediate retaliatory tariffs on this day in history.