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 أجندة العالم - أيلول 2021 infographic
Graphic shows news events in September 2021.


أجندة العالم - أيلول 2021

By Jordi Bou

September 1, 2021 - September 30, 2021 - تنشر جرافيك نيوز كل شهر أجندة عالمية للأحداث العالمية المتوقعة في الشهر المقبل. تشمل الأحداث في أيلول الانتخابات الفيدرالية في ألمانيا، والانتخابات العامة المبكرة في كندا، والذكرى العشرين لأحداث 11 أيلول، وتغليف قوس النصر للفنان الراحل كريستو.

September, China: Tests begin of a commercial nuclear reactor that does not need water for cooling. The molten salt reactor could complement wind and solar plants in China’s deserts and plains, reducing reliance on coal-fired power stations.

Sep 6, U.S.: Netflix premieres a five-episode docuseries on Inspiration4, the world’s first all-civilian orbital space mission. The show will include the live launch aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on Sep 15.

Sep 11, U.S.: Al Qaeda militants turned jets into weapons of mass destruction 20 years ago on a day since known simply as 9/11. Quiet commemorations will mark the anniversary.

Sep 15, Central America: Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica celebrate the 200th anniversary of independence from Spain.

Sep 18, France: The Arc de Triomphe in Paris will be wrapped in lustrous blue fabric in a posthumous installation by the late Christo – the realisation of a 60-year-old dream for the artist and his late wife, Jeanne-Claude.

Sep 20, U.S.: Covid-19 vaccine booster shots will be made widely available amid rising Delta variant infections. Data indicates vaccine protection diminishes over time.

Sep 20, Canada: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau holds a snap general election as polls indicate his minority Liberal government looks within reach of forming a majority.

Sep 26, Germany: Whichever party wins the federal election, the vote marks the end of an era as Chancellor A. Merkel steps down after 16 years in power.

PUBLISHED: 24/08/2021; STORY: Graphic News; PICTURES: Getty Images, Wolfgang Volz © 2019 Christo and Jeanne-Claude Foundation