What happened in July 2013?

What happened in July 2013?

(July 8): Troops and police fire on protesters during morning prayers, killing more than 50 Morsi supporters and wounding more than 300. Reports in the news media say the attack was unprovoked. However, the military say soldiers were fired at first. About 650 members of the Muslim Brotherhood are arrested.

What big events happened in 2013?

United States government re-opens

  • Lance Armstrong.
  • President Obama is inaugurated.
  • Russia meteor explodes near Chelyabinsk.
  • North Korea continues missile and nuclear tests.
  • EF-5 tornado hits Moore, Oklahoma.
  • Turkey anti-government protests.
  • Sarin gas attacks against citizens of Syria.
  • garment factory in Bangladesh collapses.

What was happening in the world in July 2015?

Cuba and U.S. Agree to Open Embassies (July 1): Cuba and the U.S. reach an agreement to open embassies in Washington D.C. and Havana. The U.S. Embassy in Havana is scheduled to open by the end of July. The reestablishment of embassies is another major step in rebuilding relations between the two countries.

What happened July 7th 2015?

1 dead, 4 injured after ice caves collapse in Washington One person was killed and four others were injured after ice caves in Washington’s Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest partially collapsed on Monday.

Which year is the best year in the world?

Mark J. Perry

  • We have every reason to believe that 2013 was, in fact, the best year on the planet for humankind.
  • Fewer people are dying young, and more are living longer.
  • Global economic growth in the past five decades has dramatically reduced poverty and made people around the world happier.

What interesting happened in 2015?

Here is a list of some of the biggest news stories of 2015.

  1. Charlie Hebdo Attack in Paris.
  2. Germanwings Plane Crash.
  3. Deaths by Police Officers.
  4. Amtrak Train Crash.
  5. Prison Escape in New York.
  6. Charleston Church Shooting.
  7. On-Air Shooting in Virginia.
  8. Major Murder Trials.