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Portal:Current events - Wikipedia Page protected Portal:Current eventsFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wikipedia's portal for exploring content related to Current events Edit instructions Worldwide current events Sports events Topics in the news Joe and Anthony Russo in 2013 Joe and Anthony Russo Avengers: Endgame (directors Russo brothers pictured) becomes the highest-grossing film , surpassing Avatar . An arson attack at an animation studio in Kyoto , Japan, kills at least 34 people.The World Health Organization declares the Ebola outbreak in Congo an international public health emergency .The European Parliament elects Ursula von der Leyen as president of the European Commission . Ongoing : Hong Kong protests Recent deaths : Sheila Dikshit César Pelli Arswendo Atmowiloto Warren Cole Johnny Clegg Werner Müller Nominate an article Current events of July 22, 2019 (2019-07-22) (Monday) edit history watch International relations Iran–United States relations The Iranian government announces the arrest of 17 citizens in the last months who are accused of spying in favour of the CIA . (DW) Current events of July 21, 2019 (2019-07-21) (Sunday) edit history watch Business and economyGerman airline Lufthansa resumes flights between Cairo and Frankfurt and Munich , while British Airways flights to Cairo remain cancelled for six more days. The UK Foreign Office warns against "all travel" to certain parts of Egypt , but its standard advice for Cairo is for passengers to check for changes. (BBC) (UK Foreign Office) International relations United States–Venezuela relations The Venezuelan military reports that on Friday, an American Naval reconnaissance plane entered its national airspace, threatening flights to Maiquetia Airport ; the United States asserts that their aircraft was over international waters in the Caribbean on an approved mission. The US plane was followed for a prolonged time by a Venezuelan fighter. (Bloomberg) , ( The Guardian ) Foreign relations of Argentina President Mauricio Macri and Justice and Human Rights Minister of Argentina Germán Garavano say that Argentina will start to receive reports of human rights abuses and criminal accusations against the Venezuelan government . Macri also reiterates his support for Juan Guaidó . (TN) Law and crime 2019 Hong Kong anti-extradition bill protests A mob of suspected triad members dressed in white and armed with batons attack commuters at Yuen Long station , injuring 45, including a pro-democracy legislator and a pregnant woman. Hong Kong police have been accused of allowing the violence to happen due to their delayed response and decision to limit emergency services in the area. ( The Guardian ) ( South China Morning Post ) Politics and elections 2019 Japanese House of Councillors election Japanese citizens head to the polls to elect one half of the members of the country's House of Councillors . (Japan Times) The Liberal Democratic Party of Japan , led by Prime Minister Shinzō Abe , wins a clear majority of the seats but falls short on gaining the two-thirds supermajority needed to start the pursued process of amending the constitution . (Reuters) 2019 Ukrainian parliamentary election Ukrainian citizens vote for the new members of the Verkhovna Rada , following its dissolution by President Volodymyr Zelensky in May. (DW) Servant of the People , President Zelensky’s party, wins most of the seats with a comfortable majority. (The Guardian) Sports 2019 Open Championship In golf , Shane Lowry of Ireland wins the year's final men's major at Portrush, Northern Ireland by 6 shots over England 's Tommy Fleetwood . (ESPN) Current events of July 20, 2019 (2019-07-20) (Saturday) edit history watch Arts and culture List of highest-grossing films The Walt Disney Company reports that Avengers: Endgame has surpassed Avatar as the highest grossing movie of all time , unadjusted for inflation. (CNN) Business and economy British Airways halts flights to Cairo for at least seven days, citing security concerns. Lufthansa also halts all flights, although only for one day. (Reuters) Disasters and accidentsAn explosion at a gas factory in China 's Henan Province kills at least 15 people and leaves 256 injured. (DW) Sports Manny Pacquiao vs. Keith Thurman In boxing, Manny Pacquiao defeats Keith Thurman via split decision held in MGM Grand Garden Arena , Las Vegas , Nevada . (ABS-CBN News) Current events of July 19, 2019 (2019-07-19) (Friday) edit history watch Armed conflicts and attacks Iran–United Kingdom relations Iranian Navy of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps captures British tanker Stena Impero and temporarily seizes British-operated and Liberian -flagged tanker Mesdar in the Persian Gulf . British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt says there will be "serious consequences" if Iran does not release the tanker. (CNN) (Yahoo) (BBC) Iran–United States relations Iran denies that one of its drones was shot down by the United States on July 18, saying all of their drones "returned to their bases." ( USA Today ) Disasters and accidents Skydive Umeå Gippsland GA8 Airvan crash The Gippsland GA8 Airvan is grounded in Australia, New Zealand and the European Union following a fatal crash on July 14. ( The Guardian ) ( New Zealand Herald ) Politics and elections Ramush Haradinaj , Prime Minister of Kosovo , resigns after receiving a summons from the Kosovo Specialist Prosecutor's Office as a war crimes suspect. (DW) Sports 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Algeria defeats Senegal in the Africa Cup of Nations Final , winning their second continental championship. ( The Guardian ) Current events of July 18, 2019 (2019-07-18) (Thursday) edit history watch Armed conflicts and attacks War in Afghanistan Twelve people are killed and over 80 injured by two car bombs at a gate outside police headquarters in Kandahar , Afghanistan . (Reuters) Sinai insurgency A suicide bombing kills two people in northern Sinai a day after four bodies were found decapitated . (Al Jazeera) U.S. President Donald Trump reports the United States Navy 's USS Boxer "destroys" an Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) drone in a "defensive action", in the Strait of Hormuz . The Iranian drone reportedly came within 1,000 yards (3,000 ft) of the U.S. vessel and ignored multiple calls to stand down. (CNBC) International relations Iran confirms its seizure of a Panamanian -flagged oil tanker traveling from the United Arab Emirates , and its 12 crewmembers, in the Persian Gulf last week. The tanker is being held at Qeshm Island , and is accused by Iran of smuggling oil. The United Arab Emirates denies owning or operating the tanker. ( USA Today ) Argentina–Iran relations Argentine Justice and Human Rights Minister Germán Garavano says that all countries are responsible to extradite the Iranian accused of the AMIA bombing to Argentina in case they ever set foot on their soil. (Perspectiva Sur) Law and crime Kyoto Animation arson attack A 41-year old man sets fire to the main offices of Kyoto Animation , an animation studio based in Kyoto , Japan . At least 34 people are confirmed dead and 35 injured. Many of the victims are in their 20s and 30s. ( The Guardian ) Current events of July 17, 2019 (2019-07-17) (Wednesday) edit history watch Disasters and accidents 2018–19 Kivu Ebola epidemic The World Health Organisation declares the most recent Ebola outbreak in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo a Public Health Emergency of International Concern . ( The Guardian ) A national emergency is declared in the Philippines after more than 100,000 people contract dengue fever . (Fox News) International relations Turkey–United States relations The United States removes NATO ally Turkey from the Joint Strike Fighter program , following the country's acquisition of the Russian S-400 missile system . Turkey had planned to buy 100 F-35 Lightning II jets. (BBC) Law and crime AMIA bombing At the request of Israel and the United States, Argentina officially declares Hezbollah a terrorist organization, freezing assets and expelling all members of the organization from the country. It also holds it responsible for the 1994 attack against AMIA . ( Clarín ) ( Perfil ) (TN) Mexican drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán is sentenced to life in prison plus thirty years, and is ordered to forfeit US$12.6 billion. He accused the U.S. government of "torture and corruption" during his sentencing hearing in the U.S. District Court in Brooklyn, New York. He will likely be sent to ADX Florence in Colorado to serve his sentence. (CNBC) Pakistan arrests Hafiz Saeed , the founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba , which has been blamed by the United States and India for the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks that left more than 160 people dead. (CBS News) A shooting in Erbil , Iraqi Kurdistan , leaves two dead, including a Turkish diplomat. (DW) Politics and elections President-elect of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen resigns from her position as Federal Minister of Defence of Germany . Chancellor Angela Merkel appoints Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer , the leader of the ruling CDU , as her successor. ( Deutsche Welle ) 2018–19 Sudanese protests Representatives of Sudan 's military and the civil opposition sign the first of two parts of a power-sharing deal which is supposed to last until free elections in 2022. (DW) The U.S. House of Representatives votes 332–95 to table an impeachment -related measure against U.S. President Donald Trump . (CNN) During a campaign rally , U.S. President Donald Trump says "Squad" members "hate our country". In light of recent statements made by Trump deemed as racist , the crowd of Trump supporters started chanting "send her back" in regards to Representative Ilhan Omar . ( USA Today ) Science and technology Astronomers rule out the chances of ~30-meter asteroid 2006 QV 89 's impacting Earth in September 2019 by eliminating the possibility of its passing through an area where it would have to be if it were on an impacting orbit. Prior to this, the asteroid had been given a one-in-7,000 chance of impacting Earth. (phys.org) Current events of July 16, 2019 (2019-07-16) (Tuesday) edit history watch Armed conflicts and attacks Syrian Civil War Syrian government airstrikes targeting residential areas in the towns of Jisr al-Shughur, Khan Shaykhun, Maar Shoreen, Hantoteen and Ain Al Bardeh in Idlib province , kill at least nine civilians and injure 14 others. (AA) Business and economyNate Sutton, associate general counsel of Amazon , in testimony before a committee of the U.S. Senate , denies that the company uses individual data to compete unfairly with smaller sellers using its third-party platform. (Seeking Alpha) Law and crime Odebrecht case Former President of Peru Alejandro Toledo is arrested in the United States following an extradition request. ( US News ) American musician R. Kelly pleads not guilty to federal sex-assault charges but is denied bail. (NBC News) Politics and electionsThe European Parliament elects Ursula von der Leyen of Germany as the new President of the European Commission . Succeeding Jean-Claude Juncker , she will be sworn in on 1 November 2019. She is the first woman to be elected to this office in EU history. (BBC) Christine Lagarde announces that she will step down as managing director of the International Monetary Fund on 12 September 2019. (BBC) Telegramgate scandal Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló says that he will remain in office despite protests. (CBS News) More July 2019 events... Time: 11:25 UTC |Day: 22 July
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