Historical Events In 2018
Wednesday, 04 August 2021
May 21 In the year 2018 truckers begin a 10 strike in Brazil, blocking roads in protest at the price of diesel leading to country-wide shortages
May 21 On this day in history uS Justice Department says it is expanding its internal investigation into whether FBI infiltrated Donald Trump 's 2016 campaign
May 22 Australian court finds Archbishop of Adelaide Philip Wilson guilty of covering up sexual abuse in 1970s, most senior Catholic priest to be convicted on this day in history.
May 22 On this day in history facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is questioned by members of the European parliament in Brussels in wake of its security scandal
May 22 New York Stock Exchange announces Stacey Cunningham will be its first woman head in its 226-year history on this day in history.
May 22 In the year 2018 outbreak of Nipah virus confirmed to have killed 10 including a nurse in Kozhikode, India
May 22 Stacey Abrams is the first black woman to be nominated as US state governor - for Georgia on this day in history.
May 23 On this day in history hamburg, Germany, becomes the first city to ban diesel cars on some roads
May 23 On this day in history nFL owners approve new NFL national anthem policy whereby players required to stand if they choose to be on the field for pre-game presentations
May 24 On this day in history actor Morgan Freeman accused of sexual harassment by several women in CNN report
May 24 At least 14 children reported mauled to death by wild dogs near Khairabad, India after closure of slaughterhouses on this day in history.
May 24 Bangladeshi police reported to have shot 52 suspected drug traffickers in anti-narcotics crackdown in 10 days on this day in history.
May 24 On this day in history foreign journalists report that tunnels in the Punggye-ri nuclear test site have been destroyed by the North Korean government in a move to reduce regional tensions.
May 24 Record US fentanyl seizure of 120lbs (54kg) confirmed by police in Nebraska in April, enough to kill 26 million people, one of largest drug busts in US history on this day in history.
May 24 US President Donald Trump cancels summit with North and South Korea because of hostile statements from North Korea on this day in history.
May 24 On this day in history uS President Trump posthumously pardons boxer Jack Johnson for racially orientated criminal conviction - transporting a white woman across state lines
May 24 In the year 2018 uS President Trump signs into law the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act easing financial regulations and reducing oversight for banks
May 24 World's largest cat-proof fence (44km) completed at Newhaven Wildlife Sanctuary, central Australia to protest endangered species on this day in history.
May 25 On this day in history a constitutional referendum on whether to repeal the ban on abortion in Ireland takes place,
May 25 Barbados elects its first female Prime Minister Mia Mottley, who leads the Barbados Labour Party to victory in the year 2018.
May 25 Harvey Weinstein turns himself in to New York police to face charges of rape, a criminal sex act, sex abuse and sexual misconduct on this day in history.
May 25 In the year 2018 the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect, imposing strict privacy controls for European citizens worldwide.
May 26 On this day in history ireland votes to reveal their 8th amendment that will allow legalized abortion, 66.4% vote yes
May 26 On this day in history uEFA Champions League Final: Real Madrid beats Liverpool 3-1 in Kiev, Ukraine for third straight title. Zinédine Zidane first manager to win 3 consecutive titles
May 27 On this day in history indian Premier League Final: Australian Shane Watson smashes 117 not out off 57 balls to steer Chennai Super Kings to their third IPL title with an 8-wicket win over Sunrisers Hyderabad
May 27 In the year 2018 indianapolis 500: Will Power becomes the first Australian driver to win the event
May 27 In the year 2018 italian PM-designate Giuseppe Conte gives up attempt to form coalition government after President Sergio Matarella vetoes his choice of economy minister
May 27 On this day in history oil workers for Brazilian state oil company Petrobrás join the truckers' national strike
May 27 PGA Seniors Championship, GC at Harbor Shores: Englishman Paul Broadhurst wins by 4 strokes from American Tim Petrovic on this day in history.
May 28 On this day in history coco-Cola launches its first alcoholic drink - Lemon-Do on island of Kyushu, Japan
May 28 In the year 2018 one million French smokers quit in one year after anti-smoking measures introduced according to Public Health France
May 28 South Korean boy band BTS are the first K-pop group to top the US Billboard 200 with their album "Love Yourself: Tear" in the year 2018.
May 29 On this day in history aBC TV network cancels TV comedy "Roseanne" after its star Roseanne Barr posts a racist tweet
May 29 On this day in history death toll on Puerto Rico 70 times higher than official figure, likely 4,600 died from Hurricane Maria according to Harvard University study