Historical Events In July - 14
Friday, 10 July 2020
1989 On July - 14 the 16th James Bond movies "License to Kill" premiers
1990 "Howard Stern's Summer Show" premiers on WWOR-TV on July - 14.
1990 Dallas Alinder, dies on July - 14.
1991 On this day in history nic van Bridges, Flemish poet, dies
1993 On July - 14 robert Strong
1994 On July - 14 nBC said it would launch two subscription-based online news services starting in September
1994 On July - 14 patrick Crommelynck, Belgian pianist, commits suicide
1995 On this day in history michael Naylor, insurance broker, dies at 59
1996 On July - 14 frederick Angus Armstrong, journalist, dies at 82
2005 A mortar fired from the Gaza strip kills Dana Galkowicz, in the Netiv Haasara Moshav on this day in history.
2007 On this day in history following a presidential decree, Russia withdraws from the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe.
2012 Suicide bomber attacks a wedding reception and kills 22 people and inures 22 in northern Afghanistan on this day in history.
2014 The Church of England votes in favor of allowing women to become bishops on July - 14.
2018 On July - 14 wimbledon Women's Tennis: Angelique Kerber becomes the first German since Steffi Graf (1996) to win Wimbledon beating Serena Williams 6-3, 6-3
2018 Huge iceberg looming over Innaarsuit village, western Greenland prompts evacations in case it calves on July - 14.
2018 Haitian Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant resigns after violent protests against fuel price rises on July - 14.
2018 On this day in history more than 300 people now reported killed in protests against government of President Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua
2018 Civilians killed in Afghan war reaches record high with 1,692 killed in first six months of 2018 says UN on July - 14.
2018 US President Trump calls the EU a "trade foe" in interview with CBS ahead of meeting with Russian President Putin on July - 14.
2018 On this day in history russian covert agent Maria Butina arrested by the FBI in Washington, D.C.., charged with being unregistered foreign agent
2019 On this day in history wimbledon Men's Tennis: Novak ÄokoviÄ wins longest ever Wimbledon final over Roger Federer 7-6, 1-6, 7-6, 4-6, 13-12 in 4 hours, 57 minutes; his 16th Grand Slam title
2019 On July - 14 english Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton wins a record 6th British Formula 1 Grand Prix at Silverstone; moves him 1 win clear of Jim Clark and Alain Prost (5)