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World This Week: 21 July-27 July 2014

Jul 28, 2014 16:53 IST

World this week brought to you by Jagranjosh.com intends to equip the students and aspirants of various competitive exams with calendar of most important events that has happened in World in the week 21 July – 27 July 2014. It will help them revise and recollect the important news and events just before the exam.

21 July 2014
• OECD released global Standard for Automatic Exchange of Financial Account Information
• India won 5 medals at 45th International Physics Olympiad (IPHO2014) held at Astana
• UNSC adopted the resolution for an international probe into MH-17 plane crash

22 July 2014
• Typhoon Matmo struck east of Taiwan
• Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo won Indonesian presidential election

23 July 2014
• Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 got off at the Celtic Park in Glasgow in Scotland
• India voted in favour of the UNHRC resolution on Israel's offensive in Gaza

24 July 2014
• Prime Minister of Ukraine, Arseniy Yatsenyuk Resigned
• Malabar Naval Exercise featuring Indian, Japanese and US Navy started
• India decided against signing WTO's Trade Facilitation Agreement
• Air Algerie plane Boeing MD-83 went missing over Mali
• Iraqi Parliament elected Fuad Masum as the seventh President of Iraq

25 July 2014
• CAG of India, Shashi Kant Sharma took charge as member of UN Board Of Auditors
• Bangladesh freedom fighter Bir Bikrom UK Ching Marma died

26 July 2014
• EU extended sanctions on Russia in wake of MH-17 incident

27 July 2014
• Cycling: Italian Vincenzo Nibali won 101st edition of Tour de France

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