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    16th July 1990 : A 7.7-magnitude earthquake strikes Luzon Island in the Philippines with Baguio City suffering the worst effects with more than 1,000 people killed
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      16th July 2006 : Over 2,000 people were forced to evacuate their homes as monsoon rains produced flash floods and landslides in the Gangwon province of South Korea. Mudslides killed least ten people, while many others were reported missing.
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        16th July 2007 : An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.8 hit central Japan. As a result of the earthquake nine people were killed, hundreds of homes were damaged, and one of the worlds largest nuclear power plants was damaged. The Kashiwazaki-Kariwa power plant had a small electrical fire after the quake, as well as leaks of radioactive air and water into the environment. Nearly 100 barrels of nuclear waste also fell over because of the earthquake. The incident prompted increased safety in power plants over concern of a repeated scare
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          16th July 2008 : Over thirty people are killed after a train crash takes place near Marsa Matruh, Egypt. Over forty people were also injured because of the crash. The crash was reportedly caused by the train colliding with vehicles at a crossing.
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            16th July, 2011 : Five players from North Korea tested positive for a banned steroid at the women's World Cup in Germany. Two players had tested positive before their game against Colombia earlier in the month which triggered testing for the whole squad. The last doping case at the World Cup occurred in 1994 after Diego Maradona was banned from the men's tournament.
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              16th July of 622: Muslim Era begins - Prophet's PBUH migration from Mecca to Medina (Hejira).

              Origin birth of Islamic Era (Muharram 1, 1 AH)
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                On 18th July in 1899, Willem Kernkamp, Dutch Minister of Colonies (Islam & Woman) born. Moreover he died in the age of 57 on the same day and month in the year 1956.


                On 19th of July in 711, Muslim forces under Tariq ibn Ziyad defeat the Visigoths led by their king Roderic.


                On 20th or 21st July 810, Imam Bukhari, a Muslim Scholar and Compiler of a Hadith born on this day.
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                  21st July 1969 Apollo 11 astronauts departed from the moon today after making history with man's first visit including walking on the moons surface and planting the American flag . It is estimated over 500 million people around the world watched history unfold
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                    21st July 1970 The Aswan High Dam across the Nile River in Egypt is completed creating renewable energy and helping to stop the cycle of flooding and drought in the area.
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                      21st July 1987 : To celebrate the 40 yrs of Ferrari production Enzo Ferrari unveiled the Ferrari F40 at the factory in Maranello, Italy. The F40 was the fastest road vehicle ever built at that time
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                        21st July 2002 : The Biscuit Fire was a wildfire that scorched and burned almost a half million acres in Oregon’s beautiful Siskiyou National Forest started by lightning and was not completely contained until December 31st later that same year.
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                          21st July 2005 : Terrorists attack the London underground system and London Busses by planting bombs on three subways and on one bus but unlike an earlier attack the bombs create only miner blasts as only the detonators explode and not the main bombs
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                            21st July 2006 : Ta Mok, a key leader of the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia died of natural causes while awaiting trial for committing genocide and crimes against humanity. Ta Mok had been nicknamed “The Butcher” and was an important leader in the brutal Khmer Rouge regime under which an estimated 1.7 million people died.
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                              21st July 2007 : The seventy-two year old Pratibha Patil is elected to the presidency in India, and becomes the first woman president of the country. Although the presidency in India is largely ceremonial, she will have some responsibilities concerning the government and coalitions
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                                21st July 2007 : The last and final Harry Potter book goes on sale
                                " Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows"
                                written by J. K. Rowling. 10 years after the first Harry Potter Book was published
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