The year 2013 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 2013 such as: born famous people, death of famous people, war treaty, independence of a country, invention of new technology, change of power, important national and international day etc., knowing which your general Knowledge will increase.

Important Historical Events of the Year 2013 in World ⚡

Event__DateIncident/Event
03 MayAbout 160 million years old dinosaur fossils found in China's Shandong Province. These fossils are more than 130 years old. These fossils are the remains of bone and eggs found in an excavation near Jingenko village.
14 MayBrazil became the 15th country to recognize gay marriage.
17 MayThe serial bombings in Iraq killed 90 people, injured 200.
24 MayRafael Correa sworn in Ecuador's presidency for the third time.
25 May80-year-old Yuishiro Miura from Japan became the world's oldest person to climb Mount Everest.
03 June119 people died in a fire at a chicken farm in Jilin province in northeastern China.
05 JuneNawaz Sharif became the Prime Minister of Pakistan.
07 JuneIn a fire in a bus in Xiamen, China, 42 people died and 30 people were injured.
18 JuneTwo suicide attacks in Iraq's capital Baghdad killed 31 people and injured 60.
21 JuneA large number of people died in a bomb blast in a mosque in Peshawar, Pakistan.
29 JuneCalifornia lifts ban on gay marriage.
01 JulyDiscovered Neptune's Moon S / 2004 N1.
03 JulyThe Egyptian army overthrew President Muhammad Mursi.
05 JulyA bomb attack on a mosque in Iraq's capital Baghdad killed 15 people.
06 JulyIn Nigeria, terrorists attacked the school and killed 42 people.
07 JulyAndy Murray became the first England player to capture the title since 1936, defeating Novak Djokovic in the final of the Wimbledon tennis tournament.
10 JulyLandslides in China’s Sichuan province killed 40 people.
12 JulyEminent hero, villain and character actor Pran of Hindi films passed away.
21 JulyKing Albert II of Belgium left the throne to crown his son Philip.
22 JulyThe earthquake in China's Gansu province killed 89 people.
26 JulyA bomb blast occurred in Pakistan's Parachinar, killing 57.
29 July10.3 million euros of diamonds were stolen from a French hotel in Cannes.
24 SeptemberA 7.7-magnitude earthquake in Pakistan's Balochistan killed 515 people.
03 OctoberNearly 134 people died after a boat capsized near the Italian island of Latpedusa.
13 OctoberA stampede in Datia district of Madhya Pradesh killed 109 people.
15 OctoberA magnitude 7.2 earthquake in the Philippines killed more than 215 people.
16 OctoberThe crash of a Lao Airlines plane killed 49 people shortly before landing at Pakse International Airport in the South East Asian country of Laos.
21 OctoberThe Parliament of Canada granted Malala Yousafzai citizenship to Canada.
25 OctoberIn Nigeria, the army killed 74 militants of the terrorist organization Boko Haram.
30 October44 people died in a bus fire in Mahbubnagar in Telangana.
06 NovemberA suicide blast in Damascus, Syria, killed 8 and injured 50.
08 November6000 people died in the devastating cyclonic storm in Henan province of the Philippines.
10 NovemberFamous Rajasthani litterateur Vijayadan Detha died.
11 November100 people died after being hit by a severe cyclonic storm in Puntland region of Somalia.
16 NovemberA gunman shot and killed 12 people in a naval camp in Washington.
18 NovemberUS space agency NASA sent Maven orbit to Mars.
19 November23 people killed, 160 others injured in a double suicide bombing near the Iranian embassy in Lebanon's capital, Beirut.
08 AugustA suicide attack in Quetta, Pakistan, killed 28 people.
11 August22 people died in floods in Pakistan's Kabul.
14 August638 people died in violent clashes between police and protesters in Egypt.
20 AugustNine militants were killed in Russian police action in the North Caucasus.
21 August37 people were killed and 16 injured in a bus accident near the Chin Swe Temple in Malaysia.
23 AugustThe attack on the mosque in Tripoli, Lebanon killed 50 people.
28 AugustA three-storey building collapsed in Vadodara city of Gujarat killing 11 people.
05 DecemberNelson Mandela, the former President of South Africa and Bharat Ratna, who campaigned against apartheid, died.
09 DecemberSeven killed and 63 injured in a train accident near Bintaro in Indonesia.
10 DecemberUruguay became the first country to legalize the development, sale and use of drug marijuana.
16 December18 people died and 20 others were injured when a bus overturned in Manila, the capital of the Philippines.
27 DecemberVeteran actor and prolific actor Farooq Sheikh of Hindi film industry passed away.
28 DecemberThe Aam Aadmi Party formed the government in Delhi with the support of the Congress.
01 JanuaryA stampede in Luanda, Angola left 10 dead and 120 injured.
03 JanuaryA suicide bombing in the Musayyib region of Iraq killed 27 people of the Shia community and injured 60.
10 JanuarySeveral bomb blasts in Pakistan killed 100 people and injured 270 people.
15 JanuaryA rocket attack at Syria's Aleppo University killed 83 people and injured 150.
16 January24 people died in the bomb blasts in Idlib, Syria.
17 JanuaryA series of bomb blasts in Iraq left 33 dead.
19 JanuaryFour climbers killed in avalanche in Glen Coe, Scotland.
27 JanuarySeven people died and 630 people were injured during protests in Egypt.
30 JanuarySouth Korea launched its first carrier rocket Narrow-1.
31 JanuaryAbout 300 people were injured in a train accident in Pretoria in South Africa.
11 FebruaryAn explosion in the Komi region of Russia killed 18 mine workers.
12 FebruaryNorth Korea conducted a third underground nuclear test.
16 February84 people were killed and 190 injured in a bomb blast at a market in Hazara town of Pakistan.
24 FebruaryRaul Castro was elected President of Cuba for a second term.
27 February20 people died in a fire in a market in Kolkata, West Bengal.
28 FebruaryThe Aam Aadmi Party formed the government in Delhi with the support of the Congress.
01 MarchThe clash between the Malaysian government and the rebels left 14 dead.
03 MarchThe United Nations declared March 3 as World Wildlife Day.
04 MarchAn attack in Iraq killed 40 Syrian soldiers.
06 MarchThe Syrian rebels captured the major city of Er-Raqqa.
16 March24 soldiers died due to bus accident in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
17 MarchTen people died in a suicide car attack in Basra, Iraq.
19 March27 people died in a bus accident in Maharashtra.
24 March17 soldiers were killed in a suicide attack on a military post in Pakistan's North Waziristan.
28 MarchHistory's biggest attack on the Internet. Internet speed slowed worldwide.
02 April13 children were burnt to death in a fiery fire inside a mosque in Burma's Yangon city.
03 AprilMore than 50 people died in the severe floods in Argentina.
06 AprilDuring the election campaign in Bakuba, Iraq, 22 people were killed and 60 others were injured in a suicide bombing.
08 AprilBritish Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher passed away.
09 AprilThe French Senate approved a gay marriage bill.
12 AprilThe Senate of France recognized gay marriage.
13 April8 people killed in a bus explosion in Peshawar, Pakistan.
14 April20 died in a terrorist attack in Mogadishu, Somalia.
15 AprilNicolas Maduro became the President of Venezuela.
16 April37 killed by earthquake in Iran.
18 April27 killed, 65 injured in bomb blasts in Iraq's capital Baghdad.
21 AprilShakuntala Devi, who beat the machine, died in the juggernaut of Akkond.
23 AprilWest Indies explosive batsman Chris Gayle hit the fastest century in cricket history in just 30 balls. He scored this century in IPL 2013 against Pune playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore team.
24 AprilA building collapsed in Savar Upanzila, Bangladesh, killing 256 people and injuring more than 1000.
25 AprilBritain reopened its embassy in Somalia after a lapse of 22 rains.
26 AprilA Taliban attack on a bus in southern Afghanistan killed 30 people.
30 AprilQueen Beatrix of the Netherlands stepped down and William Alexander became King of the Netherlands.
04 January9 people were killed in a car bomb blast in Damascus Syria.
08 FebruaryBombings in Iraq killed 29 people and injured 69.
03 March45 people died in a bomb blast in Karachi, Pakistan.
09 AprilThe French Senate approved a bill for gay marriage.
04 May5 US soldiers were killed in a bomb blast in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
01 JulyCroatia became the 28th member of the European Union.
03 August80 people died in a rebellion in Iraq.
03 SeptemberMicrosoft bought Nokia for 7.2 billion.
03 October13 people died in a passenger plane crash in Lagos, Nigeria.
05 NovemberBill de Blasio was elected mayor of New York City.
17 DecemberAngela Merkel was elected to the post of Chancellor of Germany for the third time.
01 JanuaryThe famous American pop singer of 1950's Patti Page dies at the age of 85 Encinitas, California. The singer was famous for his songs “how much is that”, “Doggie in the window” and “Tennessee waltz”.
02 JanuaryThe use of plastic bags in any form has been completely banned in Mauritania.
03 JanuaryThe USA replaced the 112th Congress. It swears in the 113th Congress.
03 JanuaryActor Gerard Depardien was granted citizenship by the Russian President, Vladimir Putin. But Depaedien soon renounced his French citizenship due to the country's high taxes.
04 JanuaryLouis XV of France survived an assassination attempt by Robert-François Damiens, who later became the last person to be executed in the country by drawing and quartering.
06 JanuaryMahmoud Abbas, the president of the Palestinian National Authority has declared that official document must use the words “State of Palestine”.
07 JanuaryBarack Obama nominated US Republican Chuck Hagel to be the country's next Secretary of Defense. And John O. Brennan is nominated to the next CIA Director.
08 JanuaryThe 2012 weather is recorded as the hottest year ever recorded ever by the US scientists. They declared it to be hottest.
09 JanuaryNo candidate is elected this year to the national baseball hall of fame for the 1st time since 1996.
09 JanuaryThe Venezuela's supreme tribunal of justice has deferred the latest inauguration of President Hugo Chavez. This is because of his cancer operation.
10 JanuaryAn earth asteroid called 99942 Apophis passes close to Earth. The astronomers in Europe estimated 99942 apophis is larger than previously thought.
10 JanuaryThe US president announces the nomination Jack Lew as Treasury Secretary. He will to replace Timothy Geithner who is to step down from his post.
11 JanuaryThe parliament has passed an impeachment motion against chief justice Shriram Bandaranaike in Sri Lanka.
11 JanuaryArtist Paul Emsley unveils the first official portrait of Catherine Duchess of Cambridge.
11 JanuaryFrench special forces failed in an attempted rescue of a DGSE agent who had been taken hostage in July 2009 by Al-Shabaab in BioMarker, Somalia.
12 JanuaryCounty Wicklow, Ireland holds funeral services for the Irish mountaineer, Ian McKeever. He was killed by lightning on Mount Kilimanjaro.
13 JanuaryThe time Warner Inc. film, “Agro” wins the best drama and best director award, at the 70th Golden Globe Awards.
14 JanuaryThe former US president George Bush was released from the Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas after more than 7 weeks of bronchitis treatment.
14 JanuaryThe UK's oldest company, HMV opens its first shop on Oxford Street in 1921. It is the oldest music retailer with 4,500 more employees.
15 JanuaryDNA of horse was present in some beef burgers on sales in supermarkets in Ireland and in the UK. This has been found by the Republic of Ireland's Food Authority.
15 JanuaryAhmed al- Ghazawi, the Egyptian woman lawyer was sentenced to prison for five years and 300 hundred lashes for possession of Xanax anti-anxiety pills.
16 JanuaryCanada Cirque du Soleil cuts 400 jobs due to strong loonie and surging costs.
16 JanuaryThe US Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar has announced that he will quit his post at the end of March.
17 JanuaryJapan announces to build the largest offshore wind farm in the world in the prefecture near the site of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear power plant to turn nuclear plant as back.
17 JanuaryThe IOC took the cyclist's bronze medal from the 2000 Summer Olympic after stripping lance Armstrong.
18 JanuaryBattle of Mogadishu for the first time US announces that it will be officially recognized as open diplomatic relation with the new government of Somalia.
18 JanuaryFor the first time laser communication is achieved by NASA. Scientist successfully beam a picture of Leonardo Da Vinci's ‘Mona Lisa' to the lunar Reconnaissance Obiter by a spacecraft or biting the moon.
19 JanuaryNASA's Curiosity rover has found Calcium deposits on Mars. The deposits are similar to deposits formed on Earth when water circulates in cracks and rock fractures.
20 JanuaryUS President Barack Obama inaugurated the Blue Room of the White House, this is the 2nd term in his office.
21 JanuaryCountries like France, Germany and nine other countries within the EU are waiting for the approval from EU Finance Ministers to institute the Tobin tax. It is a tax on financial transaction.
22 January‘Skyfall', the latest James Bond film opens in China. The cinema fans have criticized the officials for censoring portion of the movie. This was filmed in Shanghai.
23 JanuaryWorld Economic Forum is hosted in Davos, Switzerland.
24 JanuaryIn Serbian tennis Puo Novak Djokovic achieved a few get victory over opponent Andy Murray and won the men's singles at the Austrian open.
25 JanuaryUEFA announced plans for EURO 2020. The football championship will be held in 13 different countries.
26 JanuaryAnonymous, the group of hackers hacks into the U.S. sentencing Commission website.
27 JanuaryThe Serbian tennis pro Novak Djokovic achieved a four-set victory over opponent Andy Murray. He won the men's singles at the 2013 Australian Open.
30 JanuaryThe manufacturer of wireless devices released Blackberry 10.
31 JanuaryA court granted Iceland's Blaer Bjarkardottir the right to use their own name, after previously ruling Blaer was only a man's name.
31 JanuaryNASA revealed a lunar mining robot i.e., the Regolith Advanced Surface System Robot which could be used to produce fuel and water directly on the moon.
01 FebruaryEd Koch, former mayor of New York City, dies in Manhattan at the age of 88 by congestive heart failure.
01 FebruaryHillary Clinton, U.S secretary of state steps down from her post.
02 FebruaryShinzo Abe, the Prime Minister of Japan directed a speech at Japan self defence forces which vows to defence the Senkaku Island.
03 FebruaryA power outage occurred during the Super bowl XLVII at New Orlean’s Super dome and the Baltimore Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers by 34-31 runs.
04 FebruaryThe officials at the Kremlin announced that in the year 2014, G8 summit will be held at Sochi, in its Southern Black Sea resort.
05 FebruaryMichael Dell, the founder leads a consortium that announced plans to take Dell as private with a$24.4 billion which was the largest buyout seen since the recession.
06 FebruaryAn earthquake of magnitude 8.0 caused significant damage to villagers along the coast of the Soloman Island.
06 FebruaryThe US postal service announced that it will not deliver first class mails on Saturdays after 5th August 2013.
07 FebruaryFinders, a ready – meal manufacturer in Europe withdrawal his beef lasagne meals from supermarkets after confirming beef supplied by French manufacture of comingle contained horse meat.
08 FebruaryAn investigation took place over hacking incident which involved a hacker gaining access to the email of President George H.W Bush along with his friends and relatives.
09 FebruaryAnnette Schavan who was the Germany federal minister of education and research, resigned from his post after she got stripped of her doctorate degree for plagiarism by the University of Dusseldorf.
10 FebruaryIn 2013, London hosts the 66th British Academy film awards where the best film award won by the movie called ‘Argo’ and the best actress award won by Emmanvelle Riva and David Day Lewis won the best Actor Award.
11 FebruaryThe Parliament election that were held in Monaco with the Horizon Monaco Alliance that won by 50.3% of votes by Scoring 20 out of 24 seats in the country’s national council.
12 FebruaryThe international Olympic Committee announces that the sports of wrestling have been dropped out from 2020 summer Olympics in 2013.
13 FebruaryUS Treasury Secretary nominee, called Jack Lew begins his confirmation on hearing by testifying before the US Senate’s financial committee.
14 FebruaryBankrupt Carrier, American Airlines and US Airways merge to form world’s largest air carrier to trade under the name of American Airlines.
15 FebruaryA previously-undetected meteor exploded in mid-air overChelyabinsk Oblast, Russia, with the resulting shock wave injuring morethan 1,500 people.
16 FebruaryA 6.2 earthquake occurred near the Philippine island of Mindanao fortunately with no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
17 FebruaryIn Bolivar, Venezuela, the country’s government opens a granite processing plant and it estimated that it will provide 25% of the nation’s granite requirements.
17 FebruaryDanoica Patrick becomes the first women at the Daytona 500 and the Nascar sprint cup series to win pole position in racing.
18 FebruaryThe Nestle Company decides to remove its beef pasta from the supermarkets present in France, Spain and Italy after tests confirm that food giant has products which are contaminated with horsemeat.
19 FebruaryOn February 19, 2013 NASA loses its communication with the International space stations for three hours as a result of updating the station’s command and control software.
20 FebruaryEstonia became the first country in the world to establish a national electric car charging network on February 20. With this method cars can be charged in less than 30 minutes.
21 FebruaryThe country will hold parliamentary elections in April 2013, The Egypt’s Government announced.
22 FebruaryThe United Kingdom’s bond credit rating is downgraded for the first time in history.
23 FebruaryIn Washington State, six tanks are reported to be leaking radioactive waste at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation; the leak has not posed an immediate health risk.
23 FebruaryCanada's Security Intelligence Service believes the presence of Al-Qaeda affiliated groups in the country may lead to possible attacks.
24 FebruaryIn Los Angeles, California, the 85th Academy Awards is held; 'Argo' wins best picture, Ang Lee wins for best director, Daniel Day-Lewis wins for best actor, and Jennifer Lawrence wins for best actress.
24 FebruaryIn Greece, Nicos Anastasiades, leader of Cyprus's main opposition Disy party, wins the Presidential race.
25 FebruaryA law has been enacted by Russians in which there is ban on smoking in schools and on subways.
26 FebruaryIran officials along with representatives from US, China, Germany, France, Russia, UK discuss Iran’s nuclear program.
27 February17000 tabs, mostly from its montage department in the next two years at JP Morgan revealed.
28 FebruaryScientists identify genetic links between several psychiatric disorders. This disorders included ADHD Bipolar disorder, autism, depression, etc.
01 MarchThe U.S. Treasury Department released a report in June 2012 that Japan exceeded China and became the leading foreign holder of U.S. Treasury securities.
02 MarchThe University of Leicester has made a research that decreasing sitting time by 90 each day can result in major heath advantages. This will reduce the risk of Type 2 Diabetes.
03 MarchQueen Elizabeth II is admitted to the hospital for observation after experiencing symptoms of gastroenteritis. It is a precautionary measure taken.
04 MarchMexican business magnate Carlos Slim tops the list of the 'Forbes' list of wealthiest people. He is having a personal fortune of $73 billion dollars.
04 MarchThe process of selecting the successor to Pope Benedict XVI has begun. More than 100 Catholic cardinals meet in Rome, Italy.
05 MarchThe President of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez died unexpectedly in the office of nation’s capital, Caracas. He died at the age of 58 years.
06 MarchIn the United Kingdom, the top 50 payday loan companies were cited for “widespread irresponsible in lending”. So to change their practices, the office of fair trading gave those 12 weeks in their hand.
07 MarchThe running mate of Prime Minister Raila Odinga, Kalanonzo Musyoka, claimed that the votes casted in presidential election of Kenya had been falsified.
08 MarchFormer President of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez died. Vice President Nicolas Maduro became the interim President.
09 MarchAnti-apartheid leader and former President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela at the age of 94 was hospitalised for the routine check-up.
10 MarchSouth Africa's former President Nelson Mandela is released from the hospital after having 'successful' medical tests; prior reports stated he was hospitalized for a routine check up.
10 MarchFalkland Island residents complete the first day of a two day sovereignty referendum, determining whether the islands should remain a British overseas territory.
11 MarchIt was threatening that Shanghai’s drinking supply may contaminate due to the rotting of 900 pigs in the Huangpu River in China. The Government said the quality in the city tested as normal.
12 MarchAfter paying a $7million fine over its handling or wireless data from early 2008 until the spring of 2010, Google agrees to settle a privacy lawsuit.
12 MarchIn Rome, Italy, Roman Catholic cardinals meet in a conclave to appoint a successor to Pope Benedict XVI.
13 MarchThe European Parliament rejects a European Union budget for the first time in its history.
13 MarchThe Siumut party wins the parliamentary election setting up Aleqa Hammond to become Greenland’s first female Prime Minister.
13 MarchFrancis was elected pope, making him the first Jesuit, thefirst from the Americas, the first from the Southern Hemisphere and thefirst non-European pope in over 1,000 years.
14 MarchChina’s CPC General Secretary XI Jinping is named as the new President of the People’s Republic of China, with Li Yuanchao named as Vice President.
15 MarchAmerican Gammy winning Rap Antist Lil Wayne suffered a seizure in California and recovered at a Los Angles Hospital.
16 MarchPope Francis delivered his first message at the Vatican City in Italy. He told that he wants a poor church for poor.
17 MarchScientists using the BICEP 2 telescope identified the cosmic inflation. It conferred to support for big bang theory which was the origin of the universe.
18 MarchAlfred Xuereb, an Honorary Prelate of Roman Catholic church is selected by Pope Francis to become his private secretary.
19 MarchIn Rome, Italy, the papal inauguration ceremony for Pope Francis is held at Saint Peter's Square in Rome, Italy. Thousands of people participated in the ceremony.
20 MarchBangladesh President Zillur Rahman died in office at the age of 84 after a prolonged illness at a hospital in Singapore. Bangladesh government declared 3 days mourning.
21 MarchUS forces with South Korea used B-52 bomber jets in North Korea's joint military exercises, resulting in North Korea threatening the US to attack US military bases in Japan.
21 MarchThe Prime Minister of Australia, Julia Gillard, formally apologized to those who were affected by forced adoptions during the 1950s to 1970s.
22 MarchThe British Food Standards Agency reports a discovery in Lancashire of 100 kg of horse meat imported from Hungary, labeled as beef.
23 MarchOmar al-Bassin, who has been President of Sudan for the last 25 years, has announced that he will step down from his presidency in 2015.
25 MarchEnvironmental and health concerns are raised among residents when 1,000 dead ducks litter the Sichuan River in southwest China.
26 MarchDavid Miliband announced plans to resign as UK Foreign Secretary and move to the US state of New York to lead the International Rescue Committee.
27 MarchEarthquake occurred near Taipei Taiwan. The earthquake had a magnitude of 6.0 on the scale and was named Nantou. 19 people were unharmed in the earthquake and one person was killed.
28 MarchPeter Woolcott who was an Australian diplomat first drafted the regulation regulating the treaty. Conventional arms trade is discussed by members of the United Nations.
28 MarchRussia conducts military drills in the Black Sea without notifying NATO of criticism.
29 MarchNew research on the Shroud of Turin supports that it may indeed have been used as the clothing of Jesus Christ. The research used mechanical and thermal measurements to date the Shroud to between 300 BC and 400 AD.
29 MarchOn the anniversary of Stanford, American bioengineers made a transistor like a transcriptor made of DNA and RNA molecules.
30 MarchUhuru Kenyatta is declared the rightful winner of Kenya's presidential election by the Supreme Court of Kenya.
30 MarchNorthwest Africa 7325, a green meteorite found in Morocco, 2012 may have originated on the planet Mercury, making it the first known meteorite from Mercury, if scientists are correct.
31 MarchTwo people in China die of H7N9 avian influenza infection. XH7N9 Avian Influenza is a sub-type that was not previously transmitted in humans
01 AprilAl Bashir, president of Sudin Omar, ordered the release of all political prisoners. This was done in 2015 to prepare a plan to step down.
02 AprilA top scientist and professor of NASA, James Henson, retired to focus on global warming activity.
03 AprilThe American TV network NBC announced Jeno, the hosts of the 'The Tonite Show' will leave in the 2014 spring, and will replace comedian Jimmy Follen.
03 AprilThe northeastern part of the Buenos Aires province of Argentina experienced several flash floods, which claimed the lives of at least 100 people.
06 AprilRecent meat adulteration scandal promotes the Swedish furniture megastore icia to prevent the sale of its mousse meat lasagna in stores around its world.
06 AprilAfter being hospitalized for nine days for pneumonia, former South African President Nelson Mandela, age 94, was released from the hospital.
08 AprilFormer British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher died of A Heart Stroke. He was 87 years old.
08 AprilThe two Sunni Muslims merged into the Islamic extremist group, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Al-Nusara Front, the Islamic State of Irakend the Level, also known as ISIS.
09 AprilJapan installed patrol missiles in Central Tokyo and Okinawa Islands. Two warships were to patrol the Japan Sea.
10 AprilThe Nobel Prize winner in Physiology or Medicine for in vitro fertilization, Robert G. Edwards, died in 2013 at the age of 87.
10 AprilA meeting of the US General Assembly organized by former Serbian Foreign Minister, Vuk Jeremic is boycotted by the United States, Jordan and Canada.
11 AprilMalawi President Joyce Banda accused singer Madona of 'state officials' 'bullying' after exaggerating and complaining of his donation contribution during the recent visit of the country.
11 AprilHonda, Nissan and Mazda vehicle manufacturers of Japan announce the withdrawal of 3.4 million cars due to airbag defects.
12 AprilMassey lost his controversy with Jessie Penny; Jesse Penny Martha wins the right to sell a licensed houseware in her store in her store.
12 AprilRussia has threatened retaliation by Russia after banning the '18 Magnitsky List', Russia has accused of violation of humans.
13 AprilIn Beijing, China, a seven -year -old girl has been confirmed as the first person in the country to catch the H7N9 bird flu by Influenza A virus.
13 AprilThe people of China agree to eliminate nuclear weapons in the Republic and American Korean peninsula.
14 AprilCanada's Liberal Political Party chose Pierre Trudeau's son Justin Trudeau as its new leader.
15 AprilDuring the running of the Boston Marathon, Dokhokhar and Tamraln Tsarnev closed two pressure cooker bombs, killing three people and injuring 264 others.
17 AprilAn ammonium nitrate explosion occurred in a fertilizer companyfility in West, Texas, USA, killing 15 people and 160 others.
18 AprilTwo planets - Capler -62E and Capler -62F were discovered in the area around Kepler -62. The area around the stars can support liquid water.
23 AprilA revised Bill in France has been passed to open it to Frandswa Holland.
24 AprilTo form a new government from President Georgio Vipolitao in Italy, he received the mandate to Enerilo Hatta, Secretary, Democratic Party.
24 AprilA building collapsed in Savar Upjila, Dhaka, Bangladesh, resulting in more than 1 to 100 people, leading to the most deadly structural structural failure in modern human history.
26 AprilBank of England Governor Marwin King announced that a 5 -pound bank note would be operated in 2016.
26 AprilU.K., to plan an attack to cross the atrocities on 7 July and 9/11. In K Birmingham, eleven members of the terrorist cell are in jail.
27 AprilNew government. It was finalized 2 months after the Italian parliamentary election in Italy.
28 AprilThe Ambassador of the People's Republic of China is called after a floral of Chinese ships near the disputed Senkaku islands by the Japanese government.
29 AprilThe prosecution of the Boston Marathon Bombary and Islamic terrorist Dazakhar Zarnev discussed a petition to avoid death sentence in prison without parole.
29 AprilA Committee of the NBA League recommended the NBA owners to buy Sacramento Kings and transfer to Seattle to reject the NBA owners from a group led by Chris Hansen and Steve Balmer.
30 AprilThe starting of the largest non-bank bonds offer Apple, Inc. Has done $ 17 billion.
30 AprilBorn without a trachea, a 2-year-old Korean-Canadian child is the youngest patient in history, who has to obtain a bioinjinerade organs made of stem cells; He received the implanted organ transplanted at the Children's Hospital in Illinois.
06 MayAmanda Berry ran away from Ohio's Cleveland, Ariel Castro, after staying there with two other women ten years.
10 MayEstablishment of the final component of the peak of the skyscraper on 10 May 2013. The architectural height of this building is 1,776 feet which makes it the fourth longest skyscraper in the world. It has built at the same place where the Northern Twin Tower was destroyed by a terrorist group on 9/11, hence it is often called Freedom Tower. One World Trade Center became the highest skyscraper in Western Hemisphere
14 MayNigeria President Gudlaq Jonathan issued an emergency order for Borno, Yob and Adamwa states in Northeast Nigeria on 14 May 2013 due to terrorist activities of Boko Haram. Boko Haram is one of the most dangerous terrorist groups in the world.
16 MayShauhrat Mitalipov and his team published a study on 16 May 2013 on the human stem cell clone created by a new process somatic cell nuclear transfer method. This experiment was considered one of the most important discovery in 2013.
31 MayAsteroid 1998 QE2 and its moon create its nearest view to the Earth for the next two centuries. The 1998 QE2 diameter has an Earth-Kashudraha near 2.75 km (1.71 mi). It was discovered on 19 August 1998 by Socoro, New Mexico by the Lincoln Near Earth Esteroid Research (Linear) program. The 1998 QE2 has a 14 -year observation arc and a well -prescribed class.
04 JuneThe IBM US agrees to buy a cloud computing firm Softlair Technologies for the US $ 2 billion. Softlayer Technologies, Inc. A dedicated server, managed hosting and cloud computing provider. Established in 2005.
14 JuneEgypt announced the situation of Emergency as security forces killed hundreds of protesters supporting former President Mohammad Mursi.
23 JuneNick Wallanda became the first person to successfully run in Grand Canyon on a tight rope. Nicolas "Nick" Walland is an American acrobat, aerialist, daredevil, high wire artist and writer. He is known for his high-wired performance without a safety trap. He has created nine Guinness World Records for various acrobatics, but he is first known as the first person to straighten up directly on Niagra Falls.
25 JuneTamim bin Hamad al Thani became the eighth rich of Qatar. He is the fourth son of Qatar's previous rich, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al Thani. He became rich of Qatar after his father's sacrifice. Sheikh Tamim has served in many government positions within Qatar and has also worked to promote many sports events within the country. Till 2013, Tamim is the youngest monarchy in the world.
25 JuneTamim bin Hamad al Thani became the eighth rich of Qatar, who is currently the youngest ruler in the world.
26 JuneAbdullah bin Nasir bin Khalifa al Thani became the Prime Minister of Qatar. Abdullah bin Nasir bin Khalifa al Thani is a Qatari politician who has been the Prime Minister of Qatar since 26 June 2013. A member of the ruling family, he was the Minister of State for Internal Affairs from 2005 to 2013.
27 JuneNASA launched the interface Reasoning Spectrograph, which is a space probe to inspect the sun. The Interface Area Imaging Spectrograph (IRIS) is a NASA solar observation satellite. The mission was funded to examine the physical conditions of the solar organ, especially the sun, through the small explorer program.
01 JulyNeptune's Moon S / 2004 N1 was discovered. S / 2004 N1 is a small moon of Neptune, which is about eighteen km in diameter. It only revolves around the planet under one Earth Day. Its discovery extended a group of known satellites of Neptune to fourteen. The moon is so intelligent that it was not seen when in 1989, Vazor 2 flew from nearby. Mark Sholater of SETI Institute found it by analyzing Neptune's photographs captured by the Hubble Space Telescope between 2004 and 2009.
02 JulyThe International Astronomical Union named Pluto's fourth and fifth moon, Cerberos and Stylex. The International Astronomical Union consists of professional astronomers at PhD level and beyond, active in professional research and education in astronomy. It acts as an internationally recognized authority to designate any surface characteristics on them.
03 JulyEgyptian Army Chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi led the coalition to remove Egyptian President Mohammad Mursi from power and suspended the Egyptian Constitution.
13 JulyA boat that was located in the north of the Christmas island to the shelter. 88 people were rescued by Australian authorities and 9 people were feared dead.
14 JulyBenjamin Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of Israel called Palestine President Mahmood Abbas. He hoped that both sides could enter peace talks again. These are at an interval of three years.
15 JulyU.K. Marriage (Sem Sex Couples) Bill has been approved by the Upper House of Gay Marriage and marriage will be allowed in England and Wales since 2014.
16 JulyIn Greece, the new austerity motivates unions to call for a general strike.
16 JulyHo Chi Minh City, Vietnam, it will welcome McDonald's early next year. S
16 JulyEating mid -day meal contaminated pesticides killed at least 23 students in a primary school in Dharamshala Gandaman in Saran district of Bihar and did dozens of others sick.
17 JulyIn an attempt to curb the rate of obesity, the United Arab Emirates provides one gram of gold to its citizens for every kilogram of weight.
17 JulyU.S. But a heat wave resides; At least one deadly incident is reported.
18 JulyIn the case of the October 2012 Kunthal Gallery theft of paintings by Picasso, Mattis and Monet, investigators discovered paint, canvas and nails in the woman's oven whose son has been accused of crime.
18 JulyDetroit, Michigan, files the largest municipality in the history of insolvency; The city of Detroit wants secret 9 bankruptcy protection and is $ 18.5 billion in debt.
19 JulyAustralian Prime Minister Kevin Rood announced a plan to help in settling the Papua New Guinea refugee who came to Australia by boat.
19 JulyA pontal commission has been established by Pope Francis to examine current accounting practices and implement new strategies for greater fiscal transparency and fiscal responsibility between all Vatican offices.
20 JulyA training exercise emergency, two Barriers Harriet Jet aircraft are dropped by Great Barrier Reef, several hundred unarmed bombs at the World Heritage Site.
21 JulyIn Scotland, the 2013 open championship has been won by American golfer Phil Mikelson.
21 JulyBritish cyclist Chris -Arom won his first match in the 2013 Tour de France.
22 JulyScientific studies show that dolphins have a unique name for each other, much like humans.
22 JulyCatherine, Duchess of Cambridge, gives birth to a son, the third to the British throne; A child named George Alexander Louis is formally known as the Hiz Royal Hynes Prince of Cambridge.
23 JulyThe entire government of South Sudan, which includes its vice -president, Reich Machar, was fired by the President of South Sudan, Salwa Keer Mayardit.
23 JulyHercules 264, a Gulf of Mexico, a natural gas drilling rig, partially collapsed from the coast of Louisiana; Rig stands up but causes widespread damage to the deeric package as a result of the continuous fire.
24 JulyThe scientific principle of super headmetry is challenged after experiments with Large Hadron Collider, which is an incredibly rare particle decay.
24 JulyThe NSA whistleblore Edward Snowden in Moscow, Russia; He is stranded at the Shermetiovo International Airport in Russia.
25 JulyScientists in the UK have identified cats to create human allergies; He believes that a general treatment for the condition may be available in the next five years.
25 JulyAmid the growing industrial recession, China breaks trade tax and exports liberalization in an effort to promote its economic growth.
26 JulyA Boeing 787 Dreamliner is based by Qatar Airways; A small technical problem is reported, increasing the pressure on the boing to solve potential electrical problems with its latest new jets.
27 JulyVoters go to the election for the general election in Kuwait. Shia candidates have lost half of the parliamentary seats.
28 JulyTeresa Hanz Kerry, wife of US Secretary of State John Kerry, was discharged from the hospital after suffering from a Caesar. She was in the hospital about three weeks ago. The 74 -year -old old woman is expected to recover completely.
29 JulyAbout 103 million euros were stolen in diamonds and other jewelry from the diamond show of Carlton Intercontinental Hotel in Cannes, France. It is one of the largest jewelry theft in the current years.
29 JulyAn Associated Press Survey has suggested signs of deteriorating economic security. It states that four out of five US adults are now struggling. They are struggling with dependence on unemployment, close-poverty or welfare for at least parts of their lives.
30 JulyIsrael and Palestinian officials agree to recommend negotiations for a peace agreement. It is expected that this dialogue will resolve the disputes between the two countries.
31 JulyReady for Hillary', Super PAC has raised more than $ 1 million since its inception this year. Mega-donors have given a lot of money to President Barack Obama.
31 JulyThe US Republican has unveiled a series of bills designed to prevent government misuse. It also includes the 'Stop IRS Act'. This IRS employees will be fired on taking action for political purposes.
02 AugustHealthcare company Johnson & Johnson was charged a $ 85,000 in China after being accused of harassing anti -monopoly laws in the country. Some parts of the defect included concern that they were determining the minimum rate for medical devices.
04 AugustThe United States closes 22 embassies in the Middle East and North Africa due to the knowledge acquired about the al-Qaeda attack.
05 AugustThe US Army helicopter crashed at the US Marine Camp Hanson. The point is located in Okinawa, the southeast area of ​​Japan and caused 4 people to die and 3 others were injured.
07 AugustA missile has been launched by the Syrian army on the southern Damascus region of Yarmuk, mainly occupied by Palestinian refugees.
09 AugustThe United States removed diplomats from its consulate in Pakistani city of Lahore due to terrorist threats.
10 AugustThe 2013 World Championship in Athletics begins in Moscow.
13 AugustThe Israel-Pilstinian peace talks begins around the controversy over the freedom of the 26 Palestinians of Israeli settlement expansion and the killing of Israel.
14 AugustEgypt announced the situation of Emergency as security forces killed hundreds of protesters supporting former President Mohammad Mursi.
15 AugustHundreds of Palestinians have lost to the Gaza Strip of Egypt's 'indefinite' Raza border.
19 AugustThe first similar-sex wedding in New Zealand managed to pass the marriage equality bill in April.
20 AugustTurkish Prime Minister Rasipateyipradoan blamed the US and Israel's influence for removing Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi from power; Which has been rejected by both.
20 AugustA radioactive water leakage was detected at Japan's Fukushima nuclear power plant. Since the 2011 earthquake and tsunami were affected, the plant faced several issues, such as recession and fire.
21 AugustThe Syrian Home War-Racket, which included Sarin, attacked the opposed to Damascus' Ghouta suburbs, resulting in at least 281 deaths.
22 AugustThe Nasdaq electronic stock exchange closes for three hours due to computer problem.
23 AugustReal estate developers are blamed as they are due to the damage caused by Syren, Libya, a UNESCO world heritage site.
26 AugustAll 25,000 applicants applying to Liberia University fail in their entrance examination.
30 AugustIn Greenland, more than 800 km long valley is discovered up to 800 meters at different places under the snow sheet in the country; The valley is longer than Arizona's Grand Canian; It was carved by a river four million years ago.
31 AugustIn Shanghai, a chemical leak killed 15 people and injured at least 26. The leakage was from the liquid ammonia, which took place in the cold storage unit owned by a sea -food company.
01 SeptemberControversial Rovers God Man 'Asaram Bapu has been arrested in the north-west of the country on charges of rape by a teenager.
02 SeptemberSwimmer Diana Nyset set a record by becoming the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without using a shark cage.
03 SeptemberMicrosoft Corporation purchases Nokia's mobile phone division for $ 7.2 billion.
05 SeptemberA federal judge found that Motorola had violated his patent licensing agreements with the East.
06 SeptemberThe sighting of a central rock rat by Australia has been confirmed. This organism has not been seen since the year 1960 and is found only in Australia.
07 SeptemberA large operation carried out by the Egyptian army against Islamic terrorists in northern Sinai kills around 30 people.
08 SeptemberAsif Ali Zardari's five -year term as the President of Pakistan is ending, in which Mamnoon will replace him.
09 SeptemberThe Offel Treasure', which is about 1400 years old, has been found near Temple Mount's foot which is located in the city of Jerusalem.
11 SeptemberThousands of catalats come together in the human chain for freedom of Catalonia.
12 SeptemberNASA's Viozer 1 Space Investigation makes history by extending the past of the solar system - the first man -made item has become an intersteller space to reach.
13 SeptemberA ball of World War II is located in the city of Kemi, Lapland, in which one person died and hundreds of residents were evacuated.
14 SeptemberJapan launched the 'Affayable' Epsilon Space Rocket. Epsilon rocket is about half of the size of the previous rockets in Japan and also half of the cost of production.
15 SeptemberJapan has closed its last working atomic reactor for a fixed inspection, with no restart.
17 SeptemberVideogame company Rockstar Games released its fifth installment of Grand Theft Auto series, Grand Theft Auto V. The game earned US $ 800 million on the launch day.
18 SeptemberApple announced iOS 7; The seventh edition of the company's mobile operating system. This includes noteable user interface changes and upgrade.
20 SeptemberThe US Obama administration and EPA proposes that the new coal plant will be at least 40% of cleaner compared to current coal plants to reduce harmful emissions in the environment.
21 SeptemberTyphoon Usagi competed with the northern Philippines resulting in severe floods and landslides. This is disrupting transport, communication and power supply.
21 SeptemberUnidentified gunmen launched a three -day attack on the upmarketweight shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya, resulting in at least 175 injured 67 people.
22 SeptemberTwo suicidal attackers attacked a church in Pakistani city Peshawar. He killed at least 78 people.
23 SeptemberAn Egyptian court banned all Muslim Brotherhood activities across the country. According to the decision of the new court, all Brotherhood property will be confiscated.
24 SeptemberIn Bangladesh, high -paying employees go on strike. This stopped work in many factories, while hundreds of textile factories were completely closed.
25 SeptemberOn September 24, the death toll from Pakistan's 7.7 magnitude earthquake in Balochistan, Pakistan, increased to at least 328.
26 SeptemberAn agreement has been signed between the US and Russia to prepare the United Nations Security Council proposal to eliminate chemical weapons in Syria.
27 SeptemberA ship is away from Java Island. It was carrying refugees from Indonesia to Australia. Thirty people are missing, while 22 bodies have been recovered, in which 31 people have been rescued.
28 SeptemberA 6.8 magnitude earthquake occurred in the Pakistani province of Balochistan. It was a major aftershock that killed at least 515 people in the same area four days after the 7.7 magnitude earthquake.
30 SeptemberThe pharmaceutical giants agree to sell glandosomithkline aspen pharmacore to its thrombosis drug brands.
01 OctoberA Buddhist crowd enters more than 70 Muslim homes and kills a 94 -year -old woman in the state of Rakhine in Myanmar.
02 OctoberU.S. In law enforcement "Silk Road" closes, which was an internet market for various illegal work including illegal drug trade. Its alleged principal Ross Ulmbrich has also been arrested.
03 OctoberAdobe revealed that the data of 2.9 million customers was shot in safety violations, including credit card information.
03 OctoberThe migrants from Libya to Italy drowned the boat from the Italian island in Lampedusa after eight days after the second boat drowned.
06 OctoberAfter ending the rescue operation for the survivors of the 2013 Lampedusa Pravasi Shipwre, it is determined that 360 people were killed.
07 OctoberTyphoon Fito Chinese province comes in Fujian, causing 2 people to die.
08 OctoberThousands of families are being displaced due to heavy floods in the city of Zamboanga in the Philippines and the schools and most government offices are closing.
09 OctoberJuno flies on Earth in Jupiter's orbit, but during fly-bye there is a mess that keeps it in safe mode.
10 OctoberMercury 7 astronaut, Scott Carpenter, who was the second American orbiting the Earth after facing complications from a stroke at the age of 88.
12 OctoberTwo million people face loss of electricity and five people are killed when Typhoon Narhiits Philippines.
16 OctoberA portion of the Chelyabinsk meteor has been recovered around 1,255LB by divers in Russia, one of the largest meteorite pieces found so far.
17 OctoberLithuania, Saudi Arabia, Chad, Chile and Nigeria have been selected by the United Nations Security Council for a two -year term, which begins on 1 January 2014.
18 OctoberSaudi Arabia has said that it would reject the seat after being elected to the United Nations Security Council as the United Nations had failed to end the Ghouta chemical attack.
20 OctoberToyota Motor Corporation recalls 885,000 of its vehicles to deal with the problem of deployment of airbags that is caused by issues in their electrical system.
21 OctoberThe New Jersey state has allowed the same-linga-marriage, becoming the 14th state of America to do so.
22 OctoberThe Marital Equality (SEM Sex) Act 2013 made the Australian-regional region the first jurisdiction of the country to legalize the same sex ratio, although the High Court canceled the Act two months later.
29 OctoberThe first phase of the Marmare project opened across the Bosforus Strait with an undergirl tunnel.
30 OctoberTurkey opens a sea tunnel that connects Europe and Asia to the Bosphorus Strait in Istanbul.
31 OctoberThe prohibition organization of chemical weapons announced that Syria has destroyed 21 of the 23 known chemical weapons facilities, and will now have to destroy chemical weapons itself.
02 NovemberTwo aircraft with nine skydivers in Wisconsin crashes in the air between each other. However, the Skydiver survived with the help of his parachute and the pilots ran away with minor injuries.
03 NovemberA rare solar eclipse is observed in Africa, Europe and Eastern United States.
04 NovemberFocus, a German magazine reported the discovery of the art of Nazi theft in 2012, which is worth about € 1 billion in Munich. This includes the work lost by Picasso and Mattis.
06 NovemberA suicide bomber exploded an oil tanker in Baghdad, Iraq. This kills 15 people.
07 NovemberVoters in Falkland Island go to the ballot box to exercise their franchise and choose their Vidhan Sabha representatives.
08 NovemberTyfun Haiyan caused at least 6,300 people to kill land falling in the Visus region of the Philippines, killing it the most deadly Philippine storm recorded in modern history.
09 NovemberThe USS Garald R Ford - a $ 15.5 billion aircraft, was inaugurated by the United States Navy. It is the most technically advanced ship in the world.
10 NovemberIn motor sports, Mark Markage of Spain won the title of being the youngest motorcycle driver to win the 2013 Moto GP World Championship at the age of 20.
11 NovemberThe Philippines are being provided with international help to help them deal with typhoon damage effectively.
12 NovemberThe plan to improve the technical functioning of stock markets is U.S. The stock exchanges have been declared mutually declared. The decision came recently after a trading halt in high -profile discrepancies such as Nasdaq, which took place in August.
13 NovemberScientists in Tibet have discovered the oldest big cat fossils known for mankind.
14 NovemberBenigno Aquino III, the President of the Philippines, is reviewed by people, aid agencies and international and local media for their disabled response to disasters.
18 NovemberNASA has successfully launched the space investigation on a mission to examine the atmosphere on Mars.
19 NovemberA group associated with Al Qaeda, known as Abdullah Azam Brigade, has taken full responsibility of the attacks.
20 NovemberTwo army soldiers were killed by a Taliban suicide bomber in North Waziristan district of Pakistan.
21 NovemberAccording to Pakistan officials, 6 people died in the US drone attack on the Islamic madrasa, including two Afghan Taliban leaders and a leader of the Haqqani network.
23 NovemberThe Syrian government killed 40 people in air strikes around the Northern Syrian city of Aleppo.
28 NovemberChinese's first lunar vehicle is named 'Utu' (Chinese: ", ", Jade Devi in ​​Chinese myth is a pet rabbit of Rabbit's Moon Devi) and launch from Zichang Satellite Launch Center before 10 December 2013 Is planned.
29 NovemberAn unknown number of people have been killed as a result of a police helicopter crashed in a crowded pub on the northern bank of the Clide River in Glasgow, Scotland.
30 NovemberLAM Mozambic Airlines flight 470 was found missing on Friday at Namibia in Babwata National Park, killing all 33 people.
01 DecemberCroatian voters visit the ballot papers for one vote on a proposal to refuse the same-linga marriage with 65 percent polling.
02 DecemberDiscussions related to Iran's nuclear program took place between Pope F2rancis and Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu in Vatican.
03 DecemberResearchers at New York at Albert Einstein College of Medicine have found that a modified form of leukemia treatment, radio immunotherapy can destroy latent HIV cells, perhaps providing a cure for it.
07 DecemberThe meeting of the World Trade Organization in Bali, Indonesia ends with an agreement to simplify trade agreements and make it simplified to trade its goods as part of the Bali package for poor states.
09 DecemberAfter some protesters, after a statue of Vladimir Lenin collapsed, he received the support letter from former Ukraine Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko.
13 DecemberGoogle removes a privacy feature from its Android mobile software despite opposition from groups such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
14 DecemberChina's mission YouTue, China's first lunar rover, land on the moon. It is the first "soft" landing on the Moon since 1976 and the third is the Robot Rover.
15 DecemberThe voters of Chile chose President Mitchell Bachlet in the presidential election of the country; Bachelets served as the first female Chile President in 2006.
15 DecemberJoan Fontane, a British and American actress and sister of Olivia de Havalland, dies at the age of 96; The fantene Alfred Hiccup Thrilers is famous for suspicion and roles in Rebecca.
15 DecemberRobot manufacturer Boston Dynamics is purchased by Google for an unknown amount; The first was contracted by the US Army.
15 DecemberAfter years of lack of years, scientists reported that Arctic sea ice has expanded and regenerated in volume.
16 DecemberRobot manufacturer Boston Dynamics is purchased by Google for an unknown amount; The first was contracted by the US Army.
16 DecemberAfter years of lack of years, scientists reported that Arctic sea ice has expanded and regenerated in volume.
17 DecemberIt has been announced that Linda Rontadt, Peter Gabriel, Hall and Oats, Nirvana, Kissing and Kat Stevens will be included in Fame's Rock and Roll Hall in 2014.
17 DecemberThe Istanbul security directory detained 47 people members of the ruling justice and development party on charges of corruption.
18 DecemberIt is believed that the U.S. In, two winners have won the Mega Millions Lottery; They will share a $ 636 million jackpot.
19 DecemberA data violation at the target corporation used 40 million credit and security of debit cards used at targeted shops.
20 DecemberBolivia's Tupac Katari has been successfully launched from the Zichang Satellite Launch Center in China.
20 DecemberBritain agrees to help destroy 165 tons of Syria's 165 tons of chemical weapons; Stockpiles include substances that can be used to create highly toxic nerve agents.
21 DecemberA series of spacewalks are made by two NASA astronauts in an attempt to fix the faulty coolant pump at the international space station.
21 DecemberAuthor J.K. Rowling announced that she was producing a play based on her character Harry Potter's life; This drama tells the untold story of the earlier life before the boy goes to the magician Hogwarts; The play will be premiered within the next two years in West End, London.
22 DecemberA safety news site reports that 40 million target corporations stolen from customers and debit card account are for sale in the black market; The cards are being sold for more than $ 20 to $ 100.
22 DecemberPresident Barack Obama and the first family started their 17 -day air holiday; This is the sixth consecutive year when Obama has visited family and friends on the island of Ohu for Christmas and New Year.
23 DecemberMikhail Kalashnikov, who is the designer of the AK -47 Assault Rifle, who named her name, dies at her home in the city of Izvsk at the age of 94.
24 DecemberObamekar is the last day to avoid punishment, today is the last day when patients in the US can sign up for patient protection and inexpensive care act.
24 DecemberPope Benedict, before celebrating the Christmas month of Pope Francis, goes to the sixteenth house of his retirement.
25 DecemberThe Pope Francis gives his Urbi et orbi speech (for the city and world of Rome), a Pope address and the apostolic blessings dating back to ancient Rome; The Pope called for peace in Syria and South Sudan.
25 DecemberThe Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt has been re -nominated by the Egyptian government to prevent terrorists as a terrorist organization, and any person who finances bombing and other terrorist acts in his country Has happened.
26 DecemberThe Prime Minister of Shinzo Abe Japan traveled to the Yasukuni pilgrimage located in Chidoda, Tokyo; The pilgrims remember those who died in the service of the Japanese Empire during the Restoration of Miji, who stored the royal rule over Japan in 1868.
26 DecemberA winter storm in the southern Ontario, Main, Michigan and Vermont runs without lightning; The bottom temperature sent several shelters for the heat.
27 DecemberAn error on the Delta Air Lines website allows thousands of customers to buy tickets for super-lo rent, which is about 90% less than regular ticket prices; The delta takes responsibility for the error, and will honor the frequent flight miles earned on ticket purchases as well as low fare flights.
27 DecemberThe US state of California is experiencing the most dry year on records, and not expecting rain in the near future; San Francisco is the most dry year since the introduction of Gold Rush in 1849.
28 DecemberBy the time long -term federal unemployment benefits are exhausted, 1.3 million unemployed Americans are left without assistance, MPs discussed bipartisan law to expand the unemployment benefits.
28 DecemberA 5.8 magnitude earthquake occurred in the Mediterranean Sea 50 miles southwest of the Turkish ascellor.
29 DecemberThe Soyuz-2–1 V Russian rocket was successfully launched by Russia's Ministry of Defense.
29 DecemberAdministrative officials claim that Obamacare is now more than 1.1 million Americans enrolled.
30 DecemberThe Saudi Arabia government agrees to give $ 3 billion to Lebanon to strengthen the Lebanese army and buy arms from France.
30 DecemberIn the United States, workers with 2.5 million minimum wages in thirteen states, including Colorado, Road Island and Connecticut, will get on January 1.
31 DecemberBreaking a long -standing tradition among the heads of Russia, President Vladimir Putin gave two New Year speeches instead of one; He made his second way from Khabarovsk, a city that used to experience devastating floods in this summer.
31 DecemberThe Times Square will lead the Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomore on the eve of the famous last new year; He will get the honor to carry forward the Ceremonial Countdown button to start the dynasty of Ev Ball of Times Square New Year.

Important Historical Events of the Year 2013 in India ⚡

Event__DateIncident/Event
26 MayMumbai Indians defeated Chennai Super Kings to clinch the IPL Twenty20 title.
24 OctoberRenowned playback singer Manna Dey of Hindi and Bengali films in Indian cinema world passed away. In 2005, the Government of India honored him with the Padma Bhushan in the field of art.
30 AugustIndia's first defense satellite GSAT-7 was launched from French Guiana in South America.
21 FebruaryThe serial blasts in Hyderabad, India, killed 17 people and injured 119.
04 AprilIn Thane in the Indian state of Maharashtra, 74 people were killed when an illegally constructed building collapsed.
05 June44 people were killed by a lightning storm in the Indian state of Bihar.
25 MayNaxalite rebels of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) attacked a convoy of leaders of the Indian National Congress in the state of Chhattisgarh, killing at least 27 people.
03 JuneSoftware engineer Atul Chitnis, known as India's "Open Source Guru", died at the age of 50. Atul Chitnis (20 February 1962 - 3 June 2013) was an Indian counseling technology. He was one of the organizers of foss.in (east Linux Bangalore) who was one of Asia's independent and free source software conferences.
06 JulyThe Nathu-La Pass between China and India opened again after 44 years. The pass was sealed in 1962 due to the Indo-China war. This war was a boundary struggle resulting in Chinese victory. The pass was reopened after 44 years for the trading purpose.
12 AugustIndia launched its first aircraft carrier, INS Vikrant.
16 AugustThe Indian rupee has come below Rs 62.03 against the US dollar, which is a new time.
27 AugustA conflict between two religious communities began in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh, India.
29 AugustIndian Mujahideen (IM) chief Yasin Bhatkal has been convicted.
29 SeptemberRajkot, Gujarat, India experience heavy rainfall, causing a loss of more than Rs 100 crore.
04 OctoberObjections and attacks in the Seemandhra region were caused by the Samyakandra movement in Seemandhra region due to the agreement of India's partition of Andhra Pradesh.
11 OctoberAbout 500,000 people were evacuated from the states of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh in India in preparation for cyclone Phani.
23 OctoberChina and India have decided to sign a border defense agreement to promote bilateral relations.
22 NovemberCyclone Helen attacked the state of Andhra Pradesh in India and killed at least six people and cut power in thousands of villages.
08 DecemberAfter a deadly car accident in the Little India region of Singapore, the anger of passers -by attacked the bus and attacked emergency vehicles, the first riot in the country over 40 years.

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