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July 7

2011 - Adolf Hitler is removed as an honorary citizen in his birthplace of Braunau am Inn in Austria. 2007 – Live Earth concerts take place worldwide, promoting protection of the Environment. 2009 - A public funeral service is held at the Staples ...

                                               

July 8

2005 – The G-8 Summit in Gleneagles, Scotland, concludes, with promises of aid to developing countries. 2007 – Roger Federer wins his fifth consecutive Wimbledon Mens Singles tennis title, defeating Rafael Nadal in five sets. 2014 - Israel launch ...

                                               

July 9

2006 – A plane crash in Irkutsk, Siberia kills 122 people. 2007 – Argentinas capital city Buenos Aires is hit by its first snowfall since 1918. 2016 - Tennis: Serena Williams equals the Open Era record of 22 Grand Slam singles titles, defeating A ...

                                               

July 10

2002 – At a Sothebys auction, Peter Paul Rubens painting "The Massacre of the Innocents" is sold for £49.5 million US $76.2 million to Lord Kenneth Thomson. 2003 – Wikibooks, a project of the Wikimedia Foundation, is created. 2011 - Russian river ...

                                               

July 11

2010 - Two suicide bombings occur in Kampala, Uganda, killing 74 people. 2012 - Astronomers announce the discovery of Styx, a moon of Pluto. 2016 - Theresa May is designated as leader of the British Conservative Party and Prime Minister of the Un ...

                                               

July 12

2017 - Maltas parliament votes to legalise same-sex marriage. 2013 - A train crash near Paris kills 6 people. 2017 - A massive iceberg, 5.800 square kilometres 2.200 square miles large, breaks away from the Larsen C ice shelf in Antarctica. 2002 ...

                                               

July 13

2002 – A lighting strike sets off the Sour Biscuit Fire in Oregon and northern California, which had burned 499.570 acres 2.020 km² when finally contained on September 5. 2005 – Space Shuttle Discovery launches in the Return to Flight program. 20 ...

                                               

July 14

2002 – An assassination attempt is made on French President Jacques Chirac at a Bastille Day parade. 2016 - 2016 Nice attack: A truck is driven through a crowd celebrating Bastille Day in Nice, Southern France, killing 84 people. 2019 - US Presid ...

                                               

July 15

2005 – Disneyland "re-launches" Space Mountain in Anaheim, California. 2004 – Monorail service begins in Las Vegas. 2002 – Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh and three other suspects convicted of murdering Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl. 2004 – T ...

                                               

July 16

1979 – Saddam Hussein becomes President of Iraq. 1990 - Then-West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl travels to the Soviet Union to meet with Mikhail Gorbachev and discuss German reunification. 2008 - 16 young children in Gansu province, China, are di ...

                                               

July 17

2011 – Japan wins the FIFA Womens World Cup, defeating the United States in a penalty shoot-out. 2015 - Over 120 people are killed in a suicide bombing in Iraq. 2015 - Formula One racing driver Jules Bianchi dies of injuries sustained in a crash ...

                                               

July 18

2001 – In Baltimore, Maryland, a 60-car train derailment occurs in a tunnel sparking a fire that will last days and virtually shut down downtown Baltimore. 2013 - The city of Detroit declares bankruptcy with debts of over 20 billion dollars. 2019 ...

                                               

July 19

2019 – Iran seizes two British oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz. 1996 – Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic is forced out of office. Wanted on war crimes charges, he goes into hiding until his arrest in 2008. 1979 – The Sandinistas take offic ...

                                               

July 20

2005 - Same-sex marriage is officially made legal in Canada. 2017 - O. J. Simpson is granted parole after serving nine years of a 33-year jail sentence for armed robbery. 2001 - Italian activist Carlo Giuliani is shot dead by police during a demo ...

                                               

July 21

2016 – Donald Trump accepts the Republican Party nomination for US President. 2013 – British cyclist Chris Froome wins the 100th Tour de France. 2005 – Four suicide bombers fail to detonate their bombs on Londons underground and bus systems. 2001 ...

                                               

July 22

2016 – Nine people are killed in a shooting in and around a shopping mall in Munich, Germany. The attacker then kills himself. 1986 – The United Kingdom bans corporal punishment in schools. 1962 – The Mariner 1 spacecraft flies erratically severa ...

                                               

July 23

2018 – Massive wildfires break out in the Attica region of Greece, killing at least 85 people. 2001 – As a result of a finance scandal, President of Indonesia Abdurrahman Wahid is forced out of office. Megawati Sukarnoputri succeeds him. 2005 – T ...

                                               

July 24

2005 – Lance Armstrong wins the Tour de France for seventh consecutive year. After being revealed to have taken illegal drugs to improve his performance during his career, all of his Tour de France titles are removed from the record in 2012. 2002 ...

                                               

July 25

2019 – Several Western European countries and cities record their hottest-ever temperatures. 2007 – Pratibha Patil becomes the first female President of India. 2010 – WikiLeaks releases 90.000 internal reports on the US involvement in the War in ...

                                               

July 26

2008 – 56 people are killed in a bombing in Ahmedabad, India. 2016 – Solar Impulse 2 becomes the first solar-powered aircraft to complete a flight around the world. 2019 – The 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru, begin. 2005 – Space Shuttle Dis ...

                                               

July 27

2012 – The 2012 Summer Olympics in London begin. 2006 – The Federal Republic of Germany is deemed guilty in the loss of Bashkirian 2937 and DHL Flight 611, because it is illegal to outsource flight surveillance. 2002 – The worlds worst ever air s ...

                                               

July 28

2011 – Ollanta Humala becomes President of Peru. 2017 – Nawaz Sharif resigns as Prime Minister of Pakistan after being ruled unfit for office over his familys involvement in the Panama Papers scandal. 2005 – The Provisional Irish Republican Army ...

                                               

July 29

2004 - Italy decides to get rid of conscription from July 1, 2005. 2005 – The discovery of the dwarf planet Eris is announced. 2010 - A overloaded passenger ferry capsizes on the Kasai River, Bandundu province, Democratic Republic of the Congo, k ...

                                               

July 30

2018 – Parliamentary and Presidential elections are held in Zimbabwe, the first ones to take place since the resignation of Robert Mugabe. 2003 – The last Old Style Volkswagen Beetle rolls off the assembly line in Mexico. 2004 – Gas pipeline expl ...

                                               

July 31

2017 - Los Angeles, California, volunteers to host the 2028 Summer Olympics, effectively giving the 2024 Summer Olympics to Paris. 2012 - Michael Phelps beats Larisa Latyninas record number of Olympic medals. 2014 - Shortly before midnight, gas e ...

                                               

June 1

2001 - A Hamas suicide bombing kills 21 people at a disco in Tel-Aviv, Israel. 2017 - President Donald Trump announces the United States withdrawal from the Paris climate change agreement. 2009 – General Motors files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. 20 ...

                                               

June 2

2016 - The German Bundestag officially recognizes the Armenian Genocide. 2014 - King Juan Carlos I of Spain announces his intent to abdicate leave the throne. An official date for the handover is not yet set, as Felipe, Prince of Asturias is to s ...

                                               

June 3

1965 – NASA Gemini 4 mission: Crew member Edward Higgins White becomes the first American to perform a spacewalk. 1989 – Irans Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khomeini dies. 1959 - Singapore is declared a self-governing state, though remaining within th ...

                                               

June 4

1961 – Lake Bodom murders in Finland. 2003 – U.S. lifestyle guru Martha Stewart and her broker are indicted for using privileged investment information and then obstructing a federal investigation. Stewart also resigns as chairperson and chief ex ...

                                               

June 5

2011 - Ollanta Humala defeats Keiko Fujimori in a close Presidential election in Peru. He becomes President on July 28. 2003 – A heatwave in India and Pakistan reaches its height with temperatures of over 50 degrees Celsius 122 degrees Fahrenheit ...

                                               

June 6

2012 - The 21st centurys last Transit of Venus occurs. 2004 - Tamil is established as a classical language of India. 2007 - The G-8 summit is held in Heiligendamm on Germanys Baltic Sea coast. 2001 – Argentinas former President Carlos Menem is ar ...

                                               

June 7

2008 – UEFA Euro 2008 begins as the Switzerland national football team, as co-host with Austria, loses the opening match to the Czech Republic national football team. 2016 - Hillary Clinton declares victory in the race for the Democratic nominati ...

                                               

June 8

1966 – Topeka, Kansas is hit by a tornado that kills 16 people. 1984 – Homosexuality is declared legal in New South Wales. 1967 - Six-Day War: The USS Liberty incident occurs, killing 34 people and injuring 171. On the same day, Israels army ente ...

                                               

June 9

1978 – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints opens its priesthood to "all worthy men", ending a 148-year-old policy of excluding black men. 2010 – At least 40 people are killed and more than 70 wounded in a suicide bombing at a wedding ...

                                               

June 10

2014 - Militants from the "Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant", affiliated with Al-Qaeda, take control of Mosul, Iraqs second-largest city. 2003 - Wicked begins on Broadway, later winning 40 awards. 2016 - American singer Christina Grimmie is s ...

                                               

June 11

2001 – Timothy McVeigh is executed for the Oklahoma bombing. 2004 – The Cassini-Huygens probe makes its closest flyby of Saturns moon Phoebe. 2010 – The 2010 FIFA World Cup begins in South Africa. It is the first FIFA World Cup to be held in Afri ...

                                               

June 12

2016 - Pittsburgh Penguins win the Stanley Cup by beating the San Jose Sharks 3-1 and winning the series 4-2. 2015 - The first European Games begin in Baku, Azerbaijan, lasting until June 28. 2018 - 2018 North Korea–United States summit takes pla ...

                                               

June 13

2012 – At least 93 people are killed in a series of bombings across Iraq. 2014 – 2014 FIFA World Cup: Previous champions, Spain, are beaten 5-1 by the Netherlands in a group match. They had beaten the Dutch in the final of the previous World Cup. ...

                                               

June 14

2017 – Grenfell Tower fire: A massive fire occurs in a tower block in North Kensington, London, killing 72 people. 2018 – The 2018 FIFA World Cup starts in Moscow, as hosts Russia defeat Saudi Arabia 5-0. 2019 – The 2019 Copa America, in Brazil, ...

                                               

June 15

2011 – 2011 Vancouver Stanley Cup riot: Rioting occurs in Vancouver, Canada, following the Vancouver Canucks ice hockey teams defeat in the final of the Stanley Cup. 2018 – The Glasgow School of Arts Mackintosh building is hit by a second fire in ...

                                               

June 16

2014 - It is announced that Michael Schumacher is no longer in a coma following his skiing accident on December 29, 2013. He is moved from a hospital in Grenoble, France to Switzerland. 2014 - A terrorist attack in Kenya kills 48 people. 2003 – T ...

                                               

June 17

2012 – Greece holds its second parliamentary election in the space of six weeks, with no party winning overall control. 2020 – The English Premier League returns after being halted in March because of COVID-19. 2013 – Singapore is hit by the wors ...

                                               

June 18

2006 – Kazakhstan launches its first space satellite, KazSat. 2007 – The Charleston Sofa Super Store fire in Charleston, South Carolina kills 9 firefighters. 2014 – 2014 FIFA World Cup: The Spain national football team, defending champion, is kno ...

                                               

June 19

2012 – WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange asks for asylum in Ecuador at the countrys embassy in London. 2014 – King Felipe VI of Spain ascends to the throne after the abdication of his father, King Juan Carlos I of Spain. 2018 – Canada decides to l ...

                                               

June 20

2001 – Pervez Musharraf becomes President of Pakistan. 2019 - Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt become the final two candidates for the leadership of the British Conservative Party and the post of Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. 2010 - Juan Man ...

                                               

June 21

June 21 is the 172nd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 193 days remaining until the end of the year. In most years, this is the date of the summer solstice in the northern hemisphere, as the day with the most daylight hours. In ...

                                               

June 22

2010 – The longest match in professional tennis history begins at Wimbledon, in which John Isner defeats Nicolas Mahut 70-68 in the fifth, and deciding, set two days later. 2012 – President of Paraguay Fernando Lugo is removed from office by impe ...

                                               

June 23

2013 – Nik Wallenda becomes the first man to successfully walk across the Grand Canyon on a tightrope. 2016 – United Kingdom European Union membership referendum: A majority 51.9% vote to leave the European Union, making the United Kingdom the fi ...

                                               

June 24

2003 - Air Frances last Concorde flight takes place. 2007 – Before becoming Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on June 27 Gordon Brown succeeds Tony Blair as leader of the Labour Party. 2010 – The longest match in the history of professional te ...

                                               

June 25

2009 – Pop star Michael Jackson dies suddenly, aged 50, leading to a worldwide outpouring of grief. 2007 – British soldiers leave Northern Ireland after 37 years. 2006 – Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit is kidnapped by Palestinian militants. 2014 – A ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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