Historical Events In July - 27
Friday, 22 September 2023
1990 On this day in history bobby Day, rocker (Rockin' Robin), dies of cancer at 58
1991 Rocker Jani Lane, (Warrant-Cherry Pie) marries model Bobbie Brown on July - 27.
1991 On this day in history tV Guide publishes it's 2000th edition
1991 On this day in history carol Gillies, actress (Back Home, Baby Boom), dies at 50
1992 On July - 27 jenny Karezi, Greek actress (Red Lanterns), dies of cancer at 56
1993 Reggie Lewis, NBA star (Boston Celtics), dies of heart failure at 27 on this day in history.
1994 H Minderop, founder/chairman (TROS-radio/TV), dies on July - 27.
1995 On July - 27 charles Hugh Shirley, publisher, dies at 66
1996 On July - 27 one person is killed and more than 100 injured as a pipe bomb explodes at the Atlanta Olympics.
1996 Beverly Drew, architect, dies at 85 on July - 27.
2007 On this day in history nikola Radosavljevic shot dead nine people in village Jabukovac in eastern Serbia and wounded two.
2007 Two television news helicopters collide in midair while covering a police chase in Phoenix, Arizona, killing both pilots and two photojournalists on July - 27.
2012 Queen Elizabeth II announces the opening of the London 2012 Olympics at the opening ceremony on this day in history.
2012 The 2012 Summer Olympics are held in London, England, United Kingdom on July - 27.
2013 On July - 27 100 people are killed and 1,500 injured in a crackdown against protesters in Cairo, Egypt
2014 Vincenzo Nibali of Italy wins the Tour de France on this day in history.
2017 On this day in history boy Scouts of American chief Michael Surbaugh apologies for politically motivated remarks made by President Donald Trump at rally attended by 30,000 scouts
2017 Amazon founder Jeff Bezos briefly becomes world's richest man at $91.4bn overtaking Bill Gates for half a day on this day in history.
2017 On July - 27 reince Priebus resigns as Chief of Staff to US President Donald Trump , shortest non-interim tenure ever
2018 On July - 27 cBS Chairman Leslie Moonves is acussed of sexual misconduct in the "New Yorker" by Ronan Farrow
2018 On this day in history the longest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century occurs,
2020 On July - 27 wHO head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus states that COVID-19 is "easily the most severe" global health emergency the WHO has faced
2021 American gymnast and four-time Olympic gold medallist Simone Biles withdraws from the women's team final at the Tokyo Games citing need to focus on her mental health; also misses individual finals on this day in history.