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January 2 — Great Belt Bridge rail accident: A DSB express passenger train is hit by a semi-trailer from a passing cargo train on the western bridge of the Great Belt Fixed Link in Denmark, killing eight people and making it the deadliest rail accident in the country since January 3 — Chinese probe Chang'e 4 becomes the first human-made object to land on the far side of the Moon.

January 6 — Muhammad V of Kelantan abdicates the federal throne as the 15th monarch of Malaysia, making him the first Malaysian monarch to do so. Gabon's government later declares that it has reasserted control.

January 15 — Nairobi DusitD2 complex attack: A terrorist attack at an upscale hotel and office complex in Nairobi, Kenya, kills 21 people including 5 attackers and injures 28 more. January 18 — Fuel thieves rupture a pipeline in Tlahuelilpan, Mexico, and a subsequent explosion kills at least people and injures dozens more. January 19 — A magnitude 6. Sala's body is recovered on February 7.

Several people are killed, and President Maduro severs diplomatic ties with the United States. January 25 — A mine tailings dam breaks in the Brazilian city of Brumadinho, in the state of Minas Gerais.

At least people are killed, with 22 missing. January 27 — Two bombs at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Jolo, Philippines, kill at least 20 people and leave more than others injured.

January 28 — The U. Justice Department charges Chinese tech firm Huawei with multiple counts of fraud, raising U. February 1 — U. President Donald Trump confirms that the U. February 5 — The Taliban kills at least 47 people in attacks while Afghan—Taliban peace talks are taking place in Moscow.

February 6 — The Freedom House organization states that Hungary was no longer a free country, making it the first country in the European Union to be labelled as "partly free". February 13 — A suicide bomb attack on a vehicle kills at least 27 Revolutionary Guards in southeastern Iran.

February 14 — A suicide bomb attack on a vehicle convoy in Indian-administered Kashmir kills at least 40 Indian security personnel, making it the deadliest attack on India's security personnel in Kashmir in three decades.

February 21 — SpaceIL launches the Beresheet probe, the world's first privately financed mission to the Moon. February 26—27 — The Indian Air Force launches airstrikes on purported militant camps in Balakot, Pakistan; according to Indian claims, "a very large number of February 27 — Ramses Station rail disaster: A train smashes into a barrier inside Ramses Station in Cairo, Egypt, causing an explosion and a fire, killing 25 people and injuring 40 others.

An unmanned demonstration flight of the new crew capable version of the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft, intended to carry American astronauts into space, achieves successful autonomous docking with the International Space Station.

March 6 — Venezuelan presidential crisis: Venezuela expels German ambassador Daniel Kriener for his alleged meddling in internal affairs. March 12 — Cargo ship Grande America sinks after it caught fire on March 10 in the Bay of Biscay, approximately kilometres mi west of France, causing a 2,tonne oil spill. March North American blizzard: A winter storm completes its explosive intensification over the Southern Rocky Mountains region, which began the day before, becoming a powerful "bomb cyclone" and triggering severe blizzard conditions across much of the Southwestern and Central United States.

Australian Cardinal George Pell is sentenced to six years in prison for sexually abusing two choirboys in It is the deadliest mass shooting and terrorist attack in New Zealand's history and described by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern as "one of New Zealand's darkest days".

Cyclone Idai makes landfall on Mozambique, causing at least 1, fatalities, as well as causing mass flooding and power outages in southern Africa. Nursultan Nazarbayev resigns as President of Kazakhstan after 29 years in office and appoints Kassym-Jomart Tokayev as acting president.

American Karen Uhlenbeck is the first woman to win the Abel Prize for outstanding contributions to mathematics. Europe's antitrust regulators fine Google 1. Disney acquires the rights to 21st Century Fox leaving out a few assets to be spun-off to the newly formed Fox Corporation.

March 21 — A major explosion at a chemical plant in Xiangshui, Jiangsu, China, kills at least 78 people and injures more than others. Its powerful impact registered as an artificial earthquake.

President Donald Trump's election campaign is published by the U. Attorney General William Barr. It concludes that there was no collusion with Russia — the basis of the investigation — but on the issue of obstruction of justice states: "While this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him".

March 26 — The European Parliament votes by to in favour of the EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, which expands legal liability for websites and includes the controversial Article March 31 — Taiwan scrambles its fighter aircraft after two Chinese jets crossed a maritime border between the two nations.

Just the day before, Japan had similarly scrambled its jets when the Chinese flew between two Japanese islands, Miyako and Okinawa.

April 2 — Abdelaziz Bouteflika resigns as President of Algeria amid widespread protests, after nearly two decades in office. The LNA says that the operation, ordered by General Khalifa Haftar, is aimed at "cleansing the western zone from terrorist groups". April 9 — The April Israeli legislative election takes place, for all seats in the Knesset. Scientists from the Event Horizon Telescope project announce the first ever image of a black hole, located in the centre of the M87 galaxy.

Fossil fragments found in the Callao Cave in the Philippines reveal the existence of the Homo luzonensis species of humans. The species is named after the island where it was discovered, Luzon. The Indian general election begins, along with elections in six states. Counting takes place on 23 May. April 14 — The Finnish parliamentary election takes place, for all seats in the Parliament. The Indonesian general election takes place; for the President, seats in the People's Representative Council, and seats in the Regional Representative Council.

The full page report on the investigation into Russian interference in the United States Presidential Election the Mueller Report is released in redacted form. NepaliSat-1 is launched.

It is Nepal's first ever research satellite to be sent into space. A series of bomb attacks occur at eight locations in Sri Lanka, including three churches, four hotels and one housing complex in Colombo, on Easter Sunday, leaving people dead and over injured. Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky is elected President of Ukraine in a runoff election.

Zelensky previously portrayed a fictional Ukrainian president in the television series Servant of the People. April 26 — Avengers: Endgame is released in theaters, breaking many box-office records, including becoming the highest grossing movie of all time. A general election takes place in Spain, for all seats in the Congress of Deputies and of the seats in the Senate. Victor Vescovo achieves the deepest dive of any human in history, as he reaches Challenger Deep within the Mariana Trench, at a depth of 10, m 35, ft.

April 29 — Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the elusive leader of the Islamic State terrorist organization, appears in undated footage released by the group, his first appearance on video since In the video, he references the Sri Lanka Easter bombings, indicating it was filmed very recently. Emperor Akihito of Japan abdicates from his throne, the first abdication by a Japanese monarch in almost two centuries.

The abdication ends the Heisei era of Japan and ushers in the Reiwa era with new emperor Naruhito ascending the throne on 1 May. King Vajiralongkorn of Thailand marries his personal bodyguard Suthida Tidjai — a commoner — in a surprise ceremony, making her queen consort of Thailand.

Russian President Vladimir Putin signs into law a controversial "sovereign internet" bill that allows Russian authorities to better monitor internet routing and to steer Russian internet traffic away from foreign servers. Proponents of the bill say it ensures Russian internet security and decreases dependence on foreign servers while critics argue it gives new censorship powers to the government and is a part of a global trend of cyber-balkanization.

May 3 — The number of deaths from the Kivu Ebola outbreak exceeds 1, It is the second deadliest Ebola outbreak in history, only surpassed by the West African Ebola virus epidemic of — May 3—6 — May Gaza—Israel clashes: The Gaza—Israel conflict escalates after the Israeli military launches airstrikes into Gaza killing more than 20 Palestinians including a pregnant woman and a toddler following the injury of two soldiers from Gazan sniper fire. May 5 — Aeroflot Flight crash-lands and bursts into flames at Sheremetyevo International Airport, Moscow, killing 41 of the 78 people on board.

In its first report since , the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services IPBES warns that biodiversity loss is "accelerating", with over a million species now threatened with extinction; the decline of the natural living world is "unprecedented" and largely a result of human actions, according to the report.

Syrian Civil War: The Syrian Army launches a major ground offensive against one of the last rebel strongholds in the country. May 8 — A British teenager, Isabelle Holdaway, 17, is reported to be the first patient ever to receive a genetically modified phage therapy to treat a drug-resistant infection.

The incident occurs during a time of regional tensions between the U. The Philippine general election takes place, for all seats in the House of Representatives and 12 seats in the Senate. Prosecutors in Sweden reopen the rape allegation investigation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

Swedish prosecutors mention their intent to seek extradition of Assange from the United Kingdom after he has served his week prison sentence for skipping bail. Ibiza affair: A corruption scandal involving the Vice-Chancellor of Austria Heinz-Christian Strache and deputy leader of the Freedom Party Johann Gudenus offering to fix state contracts with a woman posing as the niece of a Russian oligarch at a meeting in Spain leads to the collapse of the coalition government and calls for snap elections.

May 20 — The redefinition of the SI system of measurement adopted by the majority of countries in the world takes effect. May 23—26 — The European Parliament election takes place. The election has a 51 percent voter turnout, the highest since the first direct elections in May 26—27 — Amazonas prison massacres: More than 50 prisoners are killed in a series of riots at four different prisons in Amazonas, Brazil.

May 27 — U. President Donald Trump, during an official state visit to Japan, is the first foreign leader to meet with Japanese emperor Naruhito. At least 27 people were killed and one other remains missing.

Less than two months after the April 9 Israeli legislative elections, the Israeli Knesset dissolves itself and votes to hold new elections in September 17, after Benjamin Netanyahu failed to assemble a coalition government within the allotted time. The newspaper also reports that Kim Yong-chol, a top aide to Kim Jong-un, was sentenced to hard labor during the purge.


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Hartile Prevestitoare. Acolo unde visele pot deveni realitate, realitatea se Atlasul Secret. Atlasul secret este primul volum din trilogia fantastica The Age of Discovery, a carei actiune se petrece intr-o lume in care magia este forta suprema, o lume care nu exista Familia Anturasi din Nalenyr intocmeste harti si exploreaza teritoriile necunoscute ale lumii — un talent care o face mai valoroasa pentru Nalenyr decat toate comorile cunoscute ale celor Noua Principate, caci explorarile aduc relatii comerciale, iar de aici rezulta aur, cu care printul Cyron poate antrena si mentine o armata de mercenari helosundieni. De aceasta data insa, pe membrii familiei s-ar putea sa-i coste viata, caci ceea ce descopera Keles si Jorim in ultima lor expeditie in necunoscut modifica intreaga lume, deschide rani vechi, elibereaza puteri magice si ameninta o pace fragila care a oprit, candva, Urgia apocaliptica. Four young men come of age in a time of prophecy and war

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