The director-general of the World Health Organization The U.S. economy continued to grow, now more than a decade after the Great Recession, and Galvanized by proposed legislation that would have allowed Hong Kong residents to be easily extradited into Communist China, hundreds of thousands of Hong Kong citizens mobilized to fight for the rule of law and democracy. History will remember former Russia adviser Fiona Hill, Army Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, former ambassador Marie Yovanovitch and others for stepping forward to do their duty at a difficult time.In 1990, 82 children younger than 5 died around the world for every 1,000 children born. Which of these things did your mom ask you to explain?
Events from the year 2019 in the United Kingdom. What a decade! In the Event 201 Simulation of a Coronavirus Pandemic, a 15% collapse of financial markets had been “simulated”. Updated 8:59 AM ET, Wed December 25, 2019 What happened in April 2019. That’s where SPANA comes in – preventing suffering and ensuring that these hardworking animals receive the care they so desperately need.”All news copy and multimedia on the Digital Hub is free to use as you see fit. Browse historical events, famous birthdays and notable deaths from Apr 2019 or search by date, day or keyword. Vote up the stuff that most represents 2019 to you. Even with the United States abdicating its traditional role as an advocate for freedom, and with China and Russia pressing their authoritarian models, people rose up and spoke up against corruption and for dignity and self-expression, often at great risk and against great odds. September 2019: The official US ... Several of the occurrences of the nCoV-2019 exercise coincided with what really happened. "The fact is that these kind of things are very minor compared to the problems faced by many people and animals in the world’s poorest communities.“Working animals overseas endure unimaginably hard lives and for most of them 2019 has been a year of hardship. Friday 27 December 2019. This happened not only in Hong Kong and Sudan but also in Algeria, Lebanon, Bolivia, Chile, Iraq and even Russia (Moscow) and the United States (The most important news stories of the day, curated by Post editors and delivered every morning.The most important news stories of the day, curated by Post editors and delivered every morning.A column or article in the Opinions section (in print, this is known as the Editorial Pages). England winning the Cricket World Cup 4. The remix went viral. By Andrea Diaz, CNN Design: Alberto Mier, CNN. Decade in Review: A look back at what happened in the 2010s "Operation Matterhorn" - the UK's biggest-ever peacetime reparation effort - was put in place at an estimated cost of £100m to bring passengers home.According to its website, the group employed 21,000 people in 16 countries operating 105 aircraft and 200 own-brand hotels and resorts.Workers at the 550 offices around the UK lost their jobs, at what had once been one of the world's oldest and largest travel companies.Nicknamed "Le Bulldozer" early in his career for his determination and ambition, He was the first president of the country to acknowledge France's role in the Holocaust, and he defiantly opposed the US invasion of Iraq in 2003.He completed the 26.2 mile distance in just one hour, 59 mins and 40 secs, even waving to the crowds as he sprinted towards the finish line.Kipchoge said after the race: "I am feeling good. The First Picture Of A Black Hole. 6 January Sultan Muhammad V, the Sultan of Kelantan, abdicated the federal throne as the 15th Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia. Here is a recap of some of 2019’s key highlights – tragedy and outrage across the globe, lined with silver.
Colonization of the America's in the late 1500s killed so many people it cooled the planet and led to a "Little Ice Age", according to a scientific report published in "Quaternary Science Reviews"Erramatti Mangamma becomes the world's oldest living mother giving birth to twins aged 74 in Hyderabad, IndiaJapanese chief cabinet secretary Yoshihide Suga announcing the new imperial era "Reiwa" to reportersAlaa Salah during a protest against President Omar al-BashirThirty minutes from collapse, the Notre Dame' towers and belfries were savedBurial of a coronavirus victim in Iran during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic Theresa May standing down as PM 5. After months of courageous, often dangerous, protesting, citizens The U.S. women’s national soccer team inspired our nation by winning the World Cup — and then using their celebrity Staying in sports, we celebrated when the Mystics and Nationals brought home championships.
We started the 2010s with Gordon Brown as PM and emerging from a global financial slump and headed into a golden time of national confidence with the London Olympics and a royal wedding - and all before the word Brexit existed.Here's our look at the past decade, starting here with 2019, when baby Archie was born, Prince Andrew faced a grilling , Thomas Cook collapsed and we saw a photograph of a black hole for the first time.Click the links to see some of the biggest stories in each year: The royal, who was 97 at the time of the accident, was unhurt, however, two women travelling in a car involved in the collision had to be treated in hospital.They later criticised the royal family for not contacting them to apologise.Just days after the crash Prince Philip was pictured driving without a seat belt.Buckingham Palace later announced he would be giving up his driving licence.An official search for the private plane, which had been travelling to Cardiff from Nantes, had requested to descend before it lost contact with Jersey air traffic control.The search operation was called off three days later.Wreckage from the accident was located the following month.Protests were sparked late in 2018 by a planned fuel tax hike.The movement soon developed into a wider cause against social inequality, high taxes, stagnant wages and unemployment.Those protesting saw centurist French President Emmanuel Macron, a former investment banker, as leading a government that favours the rich.The 19-year-old Islamic State bride, from Bethnal Green, London, fled to Syria with two school friends in 2015.She also said UK authorities had no evidence of her "doing anything dangerous", in response to concerns she could pose a security threat.The teenager has begged to return to Britain for therapy after all three of her children died in Syria.An attacker shot 42 people dead at the Al Noor mosque and seven at the Linwood mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand.The image, which was assembled by data from eight radio telescopes, depicts a fiery orange and black ring of gravity-twisted light swirling around the edge of the abyss.The supermassive black hole contains 6.5 billion times more than mass than the sun and is located 54 million light years from Earth.The spire and roof of the Notre-Dame Cathedral were French President Emmanuel Macron said he was "so sad tonight to see this part of all of us burn" and declared a national emergency.Speaking from the scene in Paris, he expressed sympathy with Catholics "around the world" following the "terrible tragedy" but added the worst had been avoided.The cathedral's structure was saved and fire did not spread to the northern belfry.The so-called New IRA later admitted responsibility for Ms McKee's death.A rising star in journalism, named by Forbes Magazine as one of their "30 under 30 in media", her first book will be posthumously released in 2020.He was introduced to the world by his parents the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at St George's Hall, Windsor Castle, in front of a small group of waiting media.Archie, wrapped in a white blanket and wearing a white knitted hat, slept through his first public appearance.As he was held by his father Harry, his mother Meghan told reporters that he had the "sweetest temperament".The axing of the long-running daytime programme led to an independent review of the duty of care TV companies have to participants in reality TV shows.ITV have said they are now looking for a new project for The UK's former prime minister emerged from Downing Street to announce she would It came after a failed last-ditch effort to pass a key piece of Brexit legislation.Mrs May said she had "done my best" to sort out Brexit, but acknowledged she had failed.Fighting back tears, she said she was leaving "with no ill will", adding that she was "the second female prime minister but certainly not the last".Organisers of the largely peaceful demonstration said it brought more than one million people onto the streets.Protesters also called for the resignation of Hong Kong's chief executive, Carrie Lam.After seven months of unrest, demonstrations look set to continue into the New Year.Second half goals from co-captain Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle ensured victory for the American team who produced a dominant display at the Stade de Lyon.It was the USA's fourth Women's World Cup win, giving them back-to-back titles following their victory at the 2015 tournament in Canada.The President came under fire after telling a group of Democrat congresswomen to Although he didn't name anyone in his tweets, it is widely thought he was referred to Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib and Ayanna Pressley.All the women are from black and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.Retaliating, they accused him of running "the most corrupt administration in our history".He explained that "layers of privilege" had stopped him seeing that such make up was racist.He remained in power, but with a minority government.She reprimanded those who she accused of ignoring science and are too slow in their approach to tackle the world's contributions to climate change: "You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words.