April Calendar | History on April 2010

Many events occurred in April 2010, but quickly we forget these important events. now I will bring you into the past through the April calendar, recalling the events of last year sorted by date in April calendar. First five days on April with five most event arround the world.

April 1 2010 Calendar
  1. India launches its new 2011 biometric census, the largest census in the world.
  2. Aretha Franklin and Michael Jackson are inducted into the hall of fame at New York's Apollo Theater.
  3. After Palestinians fire a Qassam rocket that explodes in an open area of the city of Ashkelon, Israeli planes launch air strikes on several targets in the Gaza Strip, in locations which include Gaza City, Khan Yunis and Rafah.
  4. Palestinians and Lebanese protest the arrest of Abbas Zaki, former Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) representative in Lebanon. Maronite Patriarch Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir asks that he be released immediately.
  5. Sarah Palin spoke to thousands of tea party activists gathered in the Nevada desert about Harry Reid.
April 2 2010 Calendar
  1. United States Department of Labor announces second solid growth in jobs since the recession.
  2. Soyuz TMA-18 is launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, carrying three members of the Expedition 23 crew of the International Space Station.
  3. Rescue teams attempting to reach 153 miners trapped in a flooded coal pit in Shanxi report "signs of life", including "tapping", "banging" and "shouts", as relatives allege an official cover-up of the incident.
  4. Record rains cause flooding across New England, with Rhode Island hit the hardest. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) officials say as many as 200,000 people in Rhode Island could be affected. President Barack Obama talks to Governor Don Carcieri about the damage.
  5. Brazilian land reform activist Pedro Alcantara de Souza is fatally shot five times in the head by two men on motorcycles as he tries to ride his own bicycle in Pará.
April 3 2010 Calendar 
  1. Thousands of "red shirt" anti-government protesters rally in the Thai capital Bangkok demanding new elections.
  2. Eight people are missing and one dies as a fishing boat sinks while searching for the South Korean Cheonan warship that sank last week near the Northern Limit Line border with North Korea.
  3. Apple released the Ipad in the United States.
  4. The controversial African Renaissance Monument, which is taller than the Statue of Liberty, is inaugurated in the Senegalese capital Dakar.
  5. Rescuers enter a flooded mine in Shanxi, China to help over 153 workers trapped there for over a week.
 April 4 2010 Calendar
  1. 114 miners trapped in a flooded mine for more than a week in Shanxi, China, are rescued. 
  2. Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon witnesses one of the world's worst environmental disasters as he flies over the shrinking Aral Sea, the world's fourth largest lake, which has in recent decades shrunk in size by more than 70 percent.
  3. The Chinese coal ship Shen Neng 1 is reported to be leaking oil after it ran aground on the Great Barrier Reef off Queensland, Australia.
  4. Three car bombs hit the Egyptian, German and Iranian embassies in the centre of the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, in quick succession, killing at least 30 people.
  5. President of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai threatens to join the Taliban if the Afghani Parliament refuses to approve his proposal to take control of the electoral apparatus from the United Nations.
April 5 2010 Calendar
  1. Wikileaks releases a video from 2007 showing the killing of civilians, including two Reuters news staff, by the U.S. military in Baghdad, Iraq.
  2. Iran invites 60 countries to a two-day nuclear disarmament conference in Tehran on April 17–18, entitled "Nuclear energy for everyone, nuclear arms for no one". China says it will attend the conference which invites "the world to disarm and prevent proliferation".
  3. A series of coordinated bombings at the U.S. consulate in Peshawar and at a ruling party rally in the Pakistani North-West Frontier Province kills fifty people and injures one hundred.
  4. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is currently attempting to gauge the risk of the recently-discovered XMRV virus, linked to rare forms of prostate cancer and chronic fatigue syndrome, to the blood donation supply.
  5. A United Nations peacekeeper dies in Mbandaka, Équateur, Democratic Republic of Congo.

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