Thursday 4 September 2003
It was Thursday, under the sign of Virgo. The US president was George W. Bush (Republican).
In that special week of September people in US were listening to Shake Ya Tailfeather by Nelly.
In UK Breathe by Blu Cantrell featuring Sean Paul was in the top 5 hits.
Love Me If You Dare, directed by Yann Samuell, was one of the most viewed movies released in 2003
while The Teeth of the Tiger by Tom Clanc was one of the best selling books.
On TV people were watching Uti vår hage.
If you liked videogames you were probably playing Charlie's Angels or Colin McRae Rally 04.
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- Tibor Varga: Hungarian violinist and conductor (Born 1921).
- Swedish foreign minister Anna Lindh is stabbed in a Stockholm department store and dies the next day.
- Estonia approves joining the European Union in a referendum.
- Hurricane Isabel reaches peak winds.
- North Korea announces re-election of dictator Kim Jong-il as chairman of the National Defense Commission by a unanimous vote of the Supreme People's Assembly, a move dismissed as a propaganda stunt by Western observers, who nearly all regard the Supreme People's Assembly as a rubber stamp body.
- California legislature passes expanded domestic partnership bill. The state assembly approved a measure to extend nearly all the legal rights of married couples to people in same-sex partnerships. If signed by the governor, the bill will become law in 2005.
- The right wing British National Party (BNP) candidate Nicholas Geri, who is of Italian descent, wins a surprise victory in a local government by-election to Thurrock Borough Council in Essex. The Labour Party, which has a 21 seat majority on the Council, sees its candidate pushed into third place, behind the BNP and the Conservative Party. Turnout in the by-election was 22%.
- Singapore drops its 21-year ban on ''Cosmopolitan'' magazine and slightly relaxes its film censorship policy. Despite this move, the censorship board's surveyors found the Singaporean public largely does not want the country's tough censorship rules liberalized.
- Natural disaster: The Booth and Bear Butte forest fires in the Cascade Mountains, which had been 45% contained, explodes to burn an additional 20,000 acres (80nbspkmampsupamp2amp/supamp). Estimates of the size of this fire vary between 62,000 and 80,000 acres (250 and 320nbspkmampsupamp2amp/supamp). The resort community of Camp Sherman, where authorities allowed residents to return, is once again evacuated.
- A Dutch court rules that Karin Spaink's publication of the Fishman Affidavit on her website is legal in the Netherlands.
- The Israeli Air Force flew three F-15 fighter planes over the Auschwitz death camp in Poland.
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