October 7

Learn the most interesting events and historical facts that happened throughout history on October 7. From 1900 until now. October 7 is under the sign of Libra. Famous birthdays on this day include Vladimir Putin (1952), Simon Cowell (1959) and Thom Yorke (1968). Several movies were released around October 7 over the years, such as Limelight in 1952 directed by Charles Chaplin and The Devil's Advocate in 1997 directed by Taylor Hackford.
But much more happened on October 7 over the years: find out below

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Which were the most popular Movies released around October 7 over the years?
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Geostorm

Geostorm

Release year: 2017

Directed by: Dean Devlin

Starring: Gerard Butler, Jim Sturgess, Abbie Cornish, Alexandra Maria Lara

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Historical Events

Which were the important events of October 7?


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  • 2018 War in Afghanistan: Afghan officials say that the Taliban destroyed highway bridges in Maidan Wardak Province, cutting off road traffic between the capital Kabul and the provinces of Ghazni, Zabul and Kandahar. Electricity was cut off in four provinces, and fighting was reported in Ghazni Province. At least ten Afghan police officers were killed. Parliamentary elections are scheduled to be held in two weeks. (AP via Tampa Times) (Reuters via The National)
  • 2017 A Saudi national opens fire at the Al-Salam Royal Palace in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, killing two guards and injuring three others. Security guards shoot and kill the gunman. (Arab News), (BBC)
  • 2016 Insurgency in Balochistan: Two bombs explode on a train near the town of Machh, Pakistan, killing at least six people with nineteen more injured. (AP via The New York Times)
  • 2015 Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant: An FBI investigation has reportedly found that criminal networks specializing in nuclear smuggling in Eastern Europe, particularly in the nation of Moldova, have shipped radioactive material to 'Middle Eastern extremists', including the Islamic State (which in the recent past has threatened to unleash a nuclear holocaust to 'wipe the West off the face of the Earth'). (AP via The Huffington Post)
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Every Living Thing by James Herriot

Every Living Thing

Year: 1992

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This fifth and final installment in James Herriot's heartwarming collection brings back familiar friends (including old favorites such as Tricki Woo) and introduces new ones, including Herriot's children Rosie and Jimmy

The Mission Song by John le Carré

The Mission Song

Year: 2006

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"Gripping and moving. . . . A marvelous return to the John le Carre of old, with all the captivating characters, finely rendered landscapes, and messy complexities that have always powered

It'S Not About The Bike by Lance Armstrong with Sally Jenkins

It'S Not About The Bike

Year: 2000

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The world-champion cyclist recounts his diagnosis with cancer, the grueling treatments during which he was given a less than twenty percent chance for survival, his surprising victory in the 1999 Tour de France, and the birth of his son.

Oh, the Places You'll Go! by Dr. Seuss

Oh, the Places You'll Go!

Year: 1990

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Dr. Seuss’s wonderfully wise Oh, the Places You’ll Go! is the perfect send-off for grads—from nursery school, high school, college, and beyond! From soaring to high heights and seeing great sights to being left in a Lurch on a prickle-ly …

The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test by Tom Wolfe

The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test

Year: 1968

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"An American classic" (Newsweek) that defined a generation. "An astonishing book" (The New York Times Book Review) and an unflinching portrait of Ken Kesey, his Merry Pranksters, and the 1960s.

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