Friday, 22 July 2016


Historical events that took place on the 22nd of July

1912: The 5th Olympic Games in Stockholm, Sweden closed

1916: 10 people were killed after a bomb went off during a parade in San Francisco

1918: 504 sheep were killed by lightning at a National Park in Utah

1939: Jane Matilda Bolin became the 1st black female Judge in New York City

1950: King Leopold of Belgium returned after 6 years in exile

1952: Poland adopted its Communist imposed Constitution

1971: The Sudan military counter coup occurred

1992: Drug Lord, Pablo Escobar escaped from prison

1994: Military coup in Gambia occurred

2011: The International Monetary Fund approved a three-year loan for Haiti worth $60 million and even cleared the country’s outstanding debt

2013: Scientific studies revealed that dolphins have unique names for one another






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