Thursday 4 November 2010
It was Thursday, under the sign of Scorpio. The US president was Barack Obama (Democratic). In that special week of November people in US were listening to Like A G6 by Far*East Movement.
The Next Three Days, directed by Paul Haggis, was one of the most viewed movies released in 2010
while The Lost Hero: The Heroes of Olympus, Book One by Rick Riordan was one of the best selling books.
But much more happened that day: find out below..
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- Aero Caribbean Flight 883 crashes in central Cuba, killing all 68 people on board.ref name=NYT_1106
- Six armed ethnic groups in Burma join forces, fearing they will be attacked by the military government after the general election on Sunday. (MSN Philippine News)
- The United Nations says child soldiers continue to be recruited to fight and engage in piracy in Somalia. (IRIN)
- Somali pirates hijack a vessel under the flag of the Comoros Islands with 29 people on board off the coast of Tanzania. (Voice of Russia)
- Two men are charged with terrorism following parcel bomb attacks in Greece, as a 14ampsupampthamp/supamp bomb addressed to the French embassy in Athens is detonated by police. (BBC)
- Several Sudanese police are killed in a battle with rebel Justice and Equality Movement fighters in Darfur. The Sudanese government claims that the rebels sustained heavy casualties. (BBC)
- Thirteen militants are killed in a drone attack in North Waziristan, Pakistan. (BBC)
- A piece of stone axe found at the Gabarnmung rock art gallery on the lands of the Jawoyn people in Australia's Northern Territory is dated at 35,500 years old making the oldest of its type in the world. (ABC News Australia)
- Toyota recalls around 135,000 vehicles in Japan and Europe over a steering fault. (Bloomberg)
- A United States jury rules that Citigroup did not mislead Terra Firma Capital Partners in its bid for music group EMI. (BBC)
- United Kingdom - Business Secretary Vince Cable orders Ofcom to investigate News Corporation's plan to take full control of BSkyB. (BBC)
- Residents in Haiti and Jamaica are evacuated ahead of Tropical Storm Tomas. (AP)
- Indonesia evacuates thousands more people from their villages as Mount Merapi in central Java explodes again. (ABC)
- At least sixteen people are dead and fifteen missing following mudslides in Costa Rica caused by heavy rains. (CNN)
- Ongoing flooding in northern Colombia kills at least 102 people. (ReliefWeb)
- Qantas Flight 32 from Singapore to Sydney makes an emergency landing at Changi Airport after debris suspected to be from the aircraft is found on Batam Island in Indonesia. (BBC)
- Qantas suspends all A380 flights while the explosion is investigated. (AAP via ''Brisbane Times'')
- UK Foreign Secretary William Hague has warned that ampquotthe window is closingampquot on the possibility of a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians. (The Guardian)
- Serbian President Boris Tadić apologises for the Vukovar massacre in 1991 on a visit to a mass grave in Croatia. (B92)
- Japanese police investigate the leak of classified anti-terrorism documents. (''Asahi Shimbun'')
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