Eventos mundiales programados para septiembre 2020 - Interactivo
September 1, 2020 - September 30, 2020 - Graphic News publica todos los meses una Agenda Mundial de eventos futuros que darán forma al mundo el mes próximo. Los eventos en septiemre incluyen la audiencia de extradicion de Julian Assange, audiencias de los acusados por la muerte de George Floyd y el primer debate presidencial entre Donald Trump y Joe Biden.
Sep 1, Monaco: Marathoners and race walkers begin qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics.
Sep 2-12, Italy: Venice International Film Festival.
Sep 7-14, United States: Boston Marathon goes virtual.
Sep 7, United Kingdom: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is due to appear for a full extradition hearing in London.
Sep 10-19, Canada: Toronto International Film Festival.
Sep 10-14, Austria: OPEC marks its 60th birthday.
Sep 11, United States: Hearing for the four former police officers facing charges over the death of George Floyd.
Sep 12-13, Canada: Airshow London in Ontario.
Sep 12-13, Monaco: Princess Charlene of Monacoto cycle 180km in 24 hours on the Mediterranean.
Sep 15-22, United Nations: 75th session of the UN General Assembly.
Sep 15, United States: First phase of a new hub airport opens in Salt Lake City.
Sep 16-Dec 26, United Kingdom & United States: The Mayflower set sail 400 years ago from Plymouth, England, for the New World.
Sep 18, Switzerland: 70th FIFA Congress.
Sep 20-21, France: Auction of heritage furniture to raise funds for hospitals.
Sep 24, United States: Sixty years ago, Richard Nixon squared off against John F. Kennedy in the first televised presidential debate.
Sep 27-Oct 11, France: Rescheduled French Open tennis tournament.
Sep 29, United States: Donald Trump and Joe Biden meet in the first of three presidential debates.
Sep 30, United States: U.S. Census to be completed.
Sep, United Kingdom: Trial data for the Oxford University-AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine is expected.
Sep, Egypt: Possible transfer of 22 royal pharaonic mummies to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization.
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