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World This Week: 22 April-28 April 2013

World this Week enables the candidates of competitive exams to have a look at the overall happenings of the world which took place over the week...

Apr 29, 2013 10:52 IST
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World this Week enables the candidates of competitive exams to have a look at the overall happenings of the world which took place over the week. This is a special section which enables you to understand what all happened in the world over the past week. It is a showcase of the happenings of the world over the week. Therefore, the students can know about the happenings of the world in a faster and quicker manner through the World This Week section.

22 April 2013
• French-Egyptian Archaeologists Discovered the Oldest Harbour of the World in Egypt
• Researchers Discovered Oldest Known European Medieval Cookbook
• Giorgio Napolitano Re-elected as the President of Italy to serve a Second Term

23 April 2013
• World Book and Copyright Day was Celebrated on 23 April 2013
• Russia Launched Bio-Satellite (BION-M) Called Orbital Noah's Ark into Space
• Delhi’s Sulabh International Museum of Toilets Listed on Top 10 Weird Museums of the World

24 April 2013
• The Woodstock Singer, Richie Havens Died at 72 Due to Cardiac Arrest
• India and UAE signed an MoU on Air Services to Enhance Weekly Seat Capacity

25 April 2013
• Seljuk Minaret in the Historic Umayyad Mosque of Aleppo Destroyed by the Protestors
• US Congress introduced Explosive Materials Background Check Act
• Unemployment Rate in Spain Reached Record High

26 April 2013
• Federal Investigation Agency in Pakistan Arrested Pervez Musharraf in Bhutto-Murder Case
• India Cut down Oil Import from Iran by 26.5% in Financial Year 2012-13
• The 3rd Ministerial Conference of the Istanbul Process was held in Almaty

27 April 2013
• Turkey signed MoU with Shanghai Cooperation Organisation SCO as its Dialogue Partner
• 52-year-long Indebter Turkey to End its Debt to IMF on 14 May

28 April 2013

• Italy got a New Coalition Government with Enrico Letta as its Prime Minister
• Takehiko Nakao elected as the President Asian Development Bank Board

 

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