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  • Brazil
    Tuesday Jul 2, 2019

    Lionel Messi

    2019 Copa América semi-final

    Brazil
    Tuesday Jul 2, 2019

    Following Argentina's 2–0 defeat to hosts Brazil in the semi-finals on 2 July, Messi was critical of the refereeing during the match.




  • Menlo Park, California, U.S.
    Wednesday Jul 3, 2019

    Facebook, Inc.

    Facebook's Option To View and Load Pictures Stopped Working

    Menlo Park, California, U.S.
    Wednesday Jul 3, 2019

    On July 3, 2019, Facebook's option to view and load pictures stopped working as people around the world complained. Facebook posted on Twitter about the issue and said they would resolve it as soon as they could.




  • Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.
    Tuesday Jul 9, 2019

    IBM

    Red Hat

    Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.
    Tuesday Jul 9, 2019

    On 9 July 2019, IBM succeeded to buy Red Hat for $34 billion.




  • Rome, Italy
    Wednesday Jul 17, 2019

    Francesco Totti

    Announced his resignations from his managerial role at AS Roma

    Rome, Italy
    Wednesday Jul 17, 2019

    On 17 June 2019, he announced his resignations from his managerial role at AS Roma, in a hour-long press conference held at the Italian Olympic Committee headquarters where he publicly accused chairman James Pallotta and the management for not involving him enough into the club's decision making, up to the point of stating he would reconsider a comeback only under a different ownership. The events marked the end for his 30-year long formal association with the club.




  • Beijing, China
    Tuesday Jul 23, 2019

    1989 Tiananmen Square protests

    State Council Spokesman met With appointed representatives of Government-Sanctioned Student associations

    Beijing, China
    Tuesday Jul 23, 2019

    The stunning success of the March forced the government into making concessions and meeting with student representatives. On 29 April, State Council spokesman Yuan Mu met with appointed representatives of government-sanctioned student associations. While the talks discussed a wide range of issues, including the Xinhua Gate incident and freedom of the press, they achieved few substantive results. Independent student leaders such as Wuer Kaixi refused to attend.




  • Fort Lee (Then Camp Lee), Virginia, U.S.
    Tuesday Jul 23, 2019

    Desmond Doss

    Doss Entered Military Service

    Fort Lee (Then Camp Lee), Virginia, U.S.
    Tuesday Jul 23, 2019

    Before the outbreak of World War II, Doss was employed as a joiner at a shipyard in Newport News, Virginia. Doss entered military service, despite being offered a deferment for his shipyard work, on April 1, 1942, at Camp Lee, Virginia.




  • United Kingdom
    Wednesday Jul 24, 2019

    Brexit

    Boris Johnson became prime minister

    United Kingdom
    Wednesday Jul 24, 2019

    Boris Johnson became prime minister on 24 July 2019 and met with EU leaders, the EU changed its stance.


  • Manhattan, New York, U.S.
    Friday Jul 26, 2019

    September 11 (9/11) Attacks

    A Letter Presented by the Lawyers of Khaled Sheikh Mohammed

    Manhattan, New York, U.S.
    Friday Jul 26, 2019

    A letter presented by the lawyers of Khaled Sheikh Mohammed in the U.S. District Court, Manhattan on 26 July 2019 indicated that he was interested in testifying about Saudi Arabia’s role in the 9/11 attacks and helping the victims and families of the victims of 9/11 in exchange for the United States not seeking the death penalty against him. James Kreindler, one of the lawyers for the victims, raised question over the usefulness of Mohammed.


  • Ankara, Turkey
    Saturday Jul 27, 2019

    David Cameron

    Ankara's speech

    Ankara, Turkey
    Saturday Jul 27, 2019

    In a speech in Ankara in July 2010, Cameron stated unequivocally his support for Turkey's accession to the EU, citing economic, security and political considerations, and claimed that those who opposed Turkish membership were driven by "protectionism, narrow nationalism or prejudice".


  • Detroit, Michigan, U.S.
    Wednesday Jul 31, 2019

    Andrew Yang

    Second Debate

    Detroit, Michigan, U.S.
    Wednesday Jul 31, 2019

    During the second debate in Detroit on July 31, Yang answered questions on topics including civil rights, healthcare, immigration, party strategy, climate, and the economy. He spoke for a total of 8.7 minutes, which was again the least of any candidate on either night. He was the only second-night candidate who did not spend any time in "back-and-forths" with other candidates. Yang drew attention for his decision to not wear a necktie in either debate. In his closing statement, Yang called out the media and the debate formats a September interview with Politico, Yang further clarified his stance on candidates attacking each other at the debates. According to Yang, there "is this sense of manufactured outrage and rehearsed attack lines", and as "a proxy for the American public", he finds "the process to be very false and somewhat misdirected" "It's not left, it's not right, it's forward" has been compared to a similar slogan used by the Green Party of Canada. On August 8, Yang received 2% support in the fourth qualifying poll, thus meeting both qualification criteria for the third debate


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