Un día como hoy Septiembre 20-26 2020 (semana 39) infographic
Los gráficos muestran cumpleaños y aniversarios en cada día de la semana.


Un día como hoy Septiembre 20-26 2020 (semana 39)

September 20, 2020 - September 26, 2020 - Los gráficos muestran cumpleaños y aniversarios en cada día de la semana. Esta semana incluye la unificación de Italia, el presidente Ferdinand Marcos de Filipinas, el conflicto entre Irán e Iraq, Greta Thunberg, el peregrinaje anual haj cerca de La Meca, el Aeropuerto Internacional Daxing de Beijing y el debate televisado entre los candidatos presidenciales John F. Kennedy y Richard Nixon.

September 20, 1870: Italian troops captured Rome, taking control of the Papal States. This led to the unification of Italy, with Rome chosen as the capital of the newly united country

September 21, 1965: President Ferdinand Marcos of the Philippines imposed martial law, which lasted until 1981. His authoritarian regime was known for corruption and extravagance

September 22, 1980: A simmering border conflict between Iran and Iraq over control of the Shatt al-Arab waterway flared into full-scale war when Iraqi troops invaded Iran

September 23, 2019: Greta Thunberg, 16, gave an impassioned speech at the UN Climate Action summit in New York, accusing world leaders of failing to act on climate change

September 24, 2015: Over 2,000 people were crushed or suffocated in the deadliest ever stampede at the annual Hajj pilgrimage near Mecca. Over 400 victims were from Iran

September 25, 2019: Beijing Daxing International Airport, boasting the world’s biggest single-building airport terminal and nicknamed the “starfish”, was opened in China

September 26, 1960: Senator John F. Kennedy bested Vice-President Richard Nixon in the first ever nationally televised debate between U.S. presidential candidates

PUBLISHED: 17/09/2020; DESIGN: Phil Bainbridge; PICTURE RESEARCH: Julie Mullins; EVENT SELECTION: Fiona Roberts and Susan Shepherd; PROOFING: Julie Mullins; TECHNICAL CONSTRUCTION: Fiona Roberts;STORY: Julie Mullins; PICTURES: Newscom, Getty, Associated Press
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