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US date format: 7/16/2012, UK date format: 16/7/2012
The number one song in US was Call Me Maybe by Carly Rae Jepsen.
Moneyball, directed by Bennett Miller, was one of the most viewed movie released in 2012 while The Next Best Thing by Jennifer Weiner was one of the best selling book.
On TV people were watching True Love. If you liked videogames you were probably playing Chaos Rings II or Cytus.
The US president was Barack Obama (Democrat), the UK Prime Minister was David Cameron (Conservative), Pope Benedict XVI was leading the Catholic Church.
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The moon phase for July 16, 2012 is New Moon.
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