Historical Events In 2003
Wednesday, 20 January 2021
Jan 16 President George W. Bush called the Michigan affirmative action program unconstitutional on this day in history.
Jan 18 In the year 2003 protesters nationwide demonstrated in opposition to possible war in Iraq.
Jan 19 In the year 2003 defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said the Bush administration might allow Saddam Hussein to seek safe haven in another country as a way to avoid war.
Jan 20 Britain said it was sending 26,000 troops to the Gulf for possible deployment to Iraq but France said it would not support a United Nations resolution for military action on this day in history.
Jan 21 On this day in history lee Boyd Malvo, 17, was indicted by a grand jury on murder charges stemming from the Washington area sniper attacks.
Jan 21 In the year 2003 the U.S. Census Bureau says Hispanics have moved past African-Americans as the largest minority group in the United States.
Jan 22 Snowboard pioneer Craig Kelly died in a British Columbia avalanche on this day in history.
Jan 22 On this day in history the Senate approved the nomination of former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge to be the first secretary of home security by a 94-0 vote.
Feb 14 On this day in history dolly the sheep, first mammal to be cloned from an adult cell dies young form a progressive lung disease aged 6
May 22 On this day in history ousmane Zongo, Burkinabé shooting victim
Jul 01 European heat wave in France, Portugal, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Italy, Luxemburg, Ireland killing 70,000 people in the year 2003.
Jul 01 Plague in Algeria on this day in history.