Agosto 2022 infographic
El gráfico muestra eventos noticiosos en agosto 2022.


Eventos mundiales programados para agosto

By Jordi Bou

August 1, 2022 - August 31, 2022 - Graphic News publica cada mes una Agenda Mundial de eventos futuros que darán forma al mundo el mes entrante. Los eventos de agosto incluyen la reanudación de ejercicios militares de gran escala de Corea del Sur y Estados Unidos, elecciones presidenciales en Kenia, la investidura del primer jefe de estado izquierdista de Colombia, celebraciones del 75ª aniversario de la independencia en India y Pakistán, y el Festival Internacional de Edimburgo.

Aug 2, U.S.: South Korea’s first mission to the moon blasts off from Florida. The Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter (Danuri) will conduct scientific investigations and identify potential landing sites for future missions.

Aug 5-28, Scotland: An explosion of creative energy from around the globe lights up the Edinburgh International Festival and its famous offshoot, the Fringe, back at full strength for the first time since 2019.

Aug 7, Colombia: Former guerrilla fighter Gustavo Petro is sworn in as president, making him the country’s first leftist head of state.

Aug 9, Kenya: Deputy President William Ruto is making his first bid for the top office. He faces veteran opposition leader Raila Odinga, who at age 77 is staging his fourth presidential run.

Aug 14-15, Pakistan, India: 75 years ago Pakistan came into existence and India gained independence from British rule.

Aug 22-Sep 1, Korea: The U.S. and South Korea resume large-scale military exercises in the wake of growing threats from North Korea. The drills were suspended for four years in a bid to negotiate Pyongyang away from its nuclear weapons.

Aug 31, France: Diana, Princess of Wales was killed in a car crash in Paris 25 years ago.

August, India: Eight cheetahs arrive from Namibia as part of independence anniversary celebrations. India’s indigenous cheetahs became extinct in 1952.

PUBLISHED: 27/07/2022; STORY: Graphic News; PICTURES: Getty Images, Newscom, Ministry of Science and ICT, WTO, World Economic Forum