FREE September 2017 calendar wallpaper + anniversaries and events

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WORLD AGENDA SEPTEMBER 2017

01 SEP. Uzbekistan Independence Day

02 SEP. Vietnam Independence Day

03 SEP. Qatar Independence Day

01-03 SEP. Italian Grand Prix 2017

04 SEP. September 2017 150th anniversary of the Sheffield Wednesday Football Club is founded, United Kingdom

05 SEP. International Day of Charity

20th death anniversary of Mother Teresa of Calcutta. Founder of the Missionaries of Charity India

06 SEP. Swaziland Independence Day

07 SEP. Brazil Independence Day

08 SEP. Macedonia Independence Day

International Literacy Day

09 SEP. Founding of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea North Korea

Tajikistan Independence Day

11 SEP. 16th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks on New York and Washington (also known as 9/11)

100th birth anniversary of Ferdinand Marcos, President of the Philippines (1965–86) Philippines General u 100th death anniversary of Georges Guynemer, French aviator and national hero. France’s first great fighter ace. He was shot down 7 times during WWI and survived, but was killed when he was shot down for the 8th time France

11-17 SEP. Golf: BMW Championship Conway Farms

12 SEP. United Nations Dat for South-South Cooperation

15 SEP. Costa Rica Independence Day

El Salvador Independence Day

Guatemala General Independence Day

Honduras Independence Day

Nicaragua Independence Day u International Day of Democracy

15-17 SEP. Malaysian Grand Prix 2017

16 SEP. Mexico Independence Day

Papua New Guinea Independence Day

International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer

17-24 SEP. Cycling: UCI Road World Championships Bergen Norway Sports

18 SEP. Chile Independence Day

19 SEP. Saint Kitts and Nevis Independence Day

20 SEP. 50th anniversary of the British ocean liner Queen Elizabeth 2 (better known as the QE2) was launched United Kingdom

20-24 SEP. Golf: Tour Championship by Coca-Cola Atlanta

21 SEP. Armenia Independence Day u Belize Independence Day

Malta Independence Day

International Day of Peace Global

Hijri New Year – Pulic holiday UAE / Gulf / Middle East

75th anniversary of the Boeing B-29 Superfortress bomber made its first flight United States

22 SEP. Mali Independence Day

22 SEP. Autumnal Equinox Global 23 SEP. Unification of the Saudi Arabia Kingdom

24 SEP. Guinea-Bissau Independence Day

Global World Maritime Day

60th anniversary of the largest stadium in Europe, Camp Nou, in Barcelona, Spain, opened. It is the home of FC Barcelona Spain

24 SEP. – 01 OCT. The World Rowing Championship 2017 Sarasota Sports

27 SEP. World Tourism Day

27 SEP. World Heart Day

28 SEP. World Rabies Day

28 SEP. – 01 OCT. Golf: Presidents Cup New Jersey

29 SEP. – 01 OCT. Singapore Grand Prix 2017

30 SEP. Botswana Independence Day


Upcoming anniversaries during the month of September 2017:

1 Year (2016)

September 04: Nico Rosburg of Mercedes wins F1 Italian Grand Prix in Monza.

September 04: Mother Teresa now officially Saint Teresa after canonisation by Pope Francis in Vatican City.

September 07: Apple launches iPhone 7 with improved camera.

September 10: Russia and the US reaches an agreement on a new plan to reduce violence in the Syria conflict.

September 15: His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan meets Pope Francis at the Vatican.

September 16: At least 16 killed, more than 20 hurt in suicide bomb attack during Friday prayers at a mosque in Pakistan.

September 18: Nico Rosberg wins Singapore Grand Prix.

September 19: Vladimir Putin’s party wins parliamentary majority in Russia.

September 24: Five people are died following shooting at shopping mall north of Seattle.

September 25: Jordanian writer Nahed Hattar is shot dead outside the court.

 

2 Years (2015)

September 02: 12 Syrian refugees trying to reach Greece drowned when two boats sank in Turkish waters, as 3-year-old Aylan lifeless body washed ashore sparked horrified reactions on social media.

September 11: A massive construction crane crashes into Makkah’s Grand Mosque in stormy weather, killing at least 107 people and injuring 184.

September 12: A14-year-old Muslim boy Ahmad Mohammad is arrested at MacArthur High School in Irving, north Texas, after his teacher decide that a homemade electronic clock he brought to class could be a bomb.

September 14: The ruling Liberal Party oust Tony Abbott as prime minister of Australia in favour of long-time rival Malcolm Turnbull.

September 17: At least 85 people are killed in South Sudan oil tanker explosion.

September 17: General Motors to pay $900 million in US criminal settlement on faulty ignitions.

September 18: 42 people are killed as Taliban gunmen attack Pakistan air force base in the restive northwest.

September 19: Shaikh Rashid Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum dies of a heart attack.

September 20: British author Jackie Collins dies of breast cancer at 77.

September 20: Nepal adopts its first democratic constitution, it defines as a secular country.

September 23: Volkswagen chief executive Martin Winterkorn resigns over a pollution cheating scandal with global dimensions.

September 24: More than 1400 people are killed in stampede on the outskirts of Makkak in Saudi Arabia.

September 25: World football’s governing body Fifa announces that winter dates of the 2022 World Cup to be held in Qatar.

September 28: India joins a select group of nations owning a space observatory with the successful launch of Astrosat.

September 30: Sharjah has been officially declared as the first World Health Organisation (WHO) Healthy city in the Middle East.

 

5 Years (2012)

September 05: At least 52 people are killed after a blast from one of the biggest fireworks factory in Tamil Nadu.

September 06: 58 people are drowned after a refugee boat carrying more than 100 sank off the coast of Turkey.

September 09: Fugitive Vice-President Tariq Al Hashemi is sentenced to death by an Iraqi court after he was convicted of murder.

September 11: US Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens and three Americans are died after an assault at the American consulate in Benghazi following an angry protests from an anti-Muslim US film, The Innocence of Muslims.

September 29: Sita Air crashed lands near Kathmandu, Nepal killing 19 people.

 

10 Years (2007)

September 13: The United Nations General Assembly adopt the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

 

15 Years (2002)

September 10: Switzerland joines the United Nations.

September 23: The first version of the Firefox web browser was released.

September 27: East Timor joines the United Nations.

 

20 Years (1997)

September 05: Death of Mother Teresa of Kolkata

September 08: The ferry Fierte Gonaivience capsize off Port-au-Prince, Haiti, 600 people are killed.

September 11: In a referendum the people of Scotland votes to establish their own Parliament.

September 13: British singer Elton John releases Candle in the Wind 1997 as a tribute to Princess Diana.

September 16: Steve Jobs is named interim CEO of Apple Computer after Gil Amelio was ousted.

September 26: An Indonesian Airbus crashes in mountainous woodland near Medan, Sumatra, killing 234 people.

 

25 Years (1992)

September 07: Bisho massacre, Ciskei, South Africa. 28 people are killed and over 200 injured

September 16: Black Wednesday sterling crisis. Britain crashed out of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM).

September 23: An IRA bomb destroy a forensic laboratory in Belfast, Northern Ireland. 20 people were injured and 700 houses damaged.

September 25: NASA launches its Mars Observer spacecraft to study Mars’s surface, atmosphere, climate and magnetic field.

 

40 Years (1977)

September 05: NASA launches its Voyager 1 spacecraft (2 weeks after Voyager 2) on a mission to study the outer Solar System.

September 07: USA and Panama sign the Torrijos–Carter Treaties.

September 20: Djibouti and Vietnam joins the United Nations.

 

50 Years (1967)

September 05: Walter Washington is appointed as the first mayor-commissioner of Washington D.C., USA. He is also the first African American leader of a major city.

September 10: In a referendum the people of Gibraltar voted overwhelming in favour of remaining under British sovereignty rather than becoming part of Spain.

September 18: The Brazilian football team Esporte Clube Santo André is founded.

September 20: The British ocean liner Queen Elizabeth 2 (better known as the QE2) is Launched.

 

60 Years (1957)

September 05: Jack Kerouac’s novel On the Road is published.

September 16: Malaysia joins the United Nations.

September 17: The first gold disc in France is presented to singer Dalida for 300,000 sales of her single Bambino.

September 21: Death of Haakon VII, King of Norway.

September 24: The largest stadium in Europe, Camp Nou, in Barcelona, Spain, is opened. It is the home of FC Barcelona.

 

65 Years (1952)

September 01: Ernest Hemingway’s novel The Old Man and the Sea is published

September 06: Farnborough Air Show crash, Hampshire, UK. A de Havilland fighter jet broke apart and fell into the crowd, killing 31 people.

September 06: The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) launches its first television broadcasts, in Montreal.

September 15: The United Nations federated Eritrea with Ethiopia.

 

70 Years (1947)

September 15: Typhoon Kathleen hit Japan’s Boso Peninsula and Kanto region, causing massive flooding. 1,930 people were killed.

September 17: James Forrestal becomes the first U.S. Secretary of Defense.

September 18: The US National Security Council and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) are established.

September 30: Pakistan and Yemen join the United Nations.

 

75 Years (1942)

September 21: The Boeing B-29 Superfortress bomber made its first flight.

 

80 Years (1937)

September 14: Death of Tomáš Masaryk, founder and first President of Czechoslovakia

 

100 years (1917)

September 11: Death of Georges Guynemer, French aviator and national hero.

 

125 Years (1892)

September 09: Jupiter’s moon Amalthea is discovered by American astronomer Edward Emerson Barnard.

 

150 years (1867)

September 04: Sheffield Wednesday Football Club is founded in the UK

 

250 Years (1767)

September 08: Birth of August Wilhelm von Schlegel, German scholar, critic, poet and Translator.

 

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