This article covers
daily news and events in July 2021 . An overview of articles on thematic "long-running hits" and on longer-lasting events can be found on the page on current events .
Thursday 1st July 2021
Batley and Spen / United Kingdom : Kim Leadbeater , sister of the murdered MP Jo Cox , wins the by-election for the seat in the House of Commons vacated by Tracy Brabin's move to head the metropolitan area of West Yorkshire .
Berlin / Germany : The minimum wage increases by +1.1% to € 9.60
Berlin / Germany : The new State Treaty on Gambling comes into force.
Berlin / Germany : At the request of the Federal Constitutional Court , Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier is temporarily suspending the execution of the law adopted by the Bundestag and approved by the Bundesrat to implement the reform of the Treaty on the European Stability Mechanism .
Brussels / Belgium : Slovenia takes over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union
Paris / France : After already the finance ministers of the G7 -Staaten early June on the major points of a globally applicable minimum taxation had agreed for major global companies to the face of increasing digitization of the economy, the tax dumping to stop, agree 130 of 139 under the umbrella of the OECD - Project Inclusive Framework on about solutions to the problem negotiating states on the principles of a comprehensive tax reform that includes a worldwide minimum tax rate for such corporations of 15%. The 130 countries, including all members of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting group of the twenty most important industrial and emerging countries , represent around 90% of global gross domestic product . So far, Ireland , Hungary , Estonia , Barbados , St. Vincent and the Grenadines , Kenya , Nigeria , Peru and Sri Lanka have not given their consent .
Friday 2nd July 2021
Saturday 3rd July 2021
Sunday 4th July 2021
The machine that crashed in the Philippines
Monday 5th July 2021
Tuesday 6th July 2021
The machine that crashed at Palana
Wednesday 7th July 2021
Thursday 8 July 2021
Friday 9th July 2021
Saturday 10th July 2021
Sunday 11th July 2021
Monday, July 12, 2021
Görlitz / Germany : After around 30 years of renovation, the synagogue is reopened as a cultural and event center.
Nasiriya / Iraq : 92 patients die in the Covid isolation ward due to a fire in a hospital in Nasiriya.
Tuesday 13 July 2021
Wednesday July 14, 2021
Thursday 15th July 2021
Friday, July 16, 2021
Saturday 17th July 2021
Sunday 18th July 2021
Monday, July 19, 2021
Sadr City / Iraq : A suicide bomber killed at least 35 people and wounded 60 in a terrorist attack on a market in Sadr City. The terrorist organization Islamic State is committed to the attack.
Tuesday, July 20, 2021
Wednesday July 21, 2021
Thursday July 22, 2021
Dushanbe / Tajikistan : In response to Afghan security forces who fled the Taliban offensive to Tajikistan , President Emomalij Rahmon holds the largest military exercise in the country's history. The aim is to secure the southern border with Afghanistan. 130,000 reservists are mobilized for the military exercise.
Kandahar / Afghanistan : Following the violent takeover of the Spin Boldak district in southern Afghanistan by the Taliban , over 100 civilians are shot for no apparent reason.
Friday 23 July 2021
Saturday July 24th 2021
Sunday 25th July 2021
Monday, July 26th 2021
Al-Chums / Libya : At least 57 migrants from Nigeria , Ghana and Gambia die in a ship accident in the Mediterranean off the Libyan coast, and 18 are rescued.
Tuesday, July 27, 2021
Wednesday July 28, 2021
Thursday July 29, 2021
Friday 30th July 2021
Saturday 31 July 2021
Sister of the murdered MP Cox wins parliamentary seat. Der Spiegel , July 2, 2021, accessed on the same day.
Heiko Fritze / dpa: Heilbronn Voice, July 2, 2021 . Klaus Gehrig is no longer the head of the Schwarz Group.
Der Spiegel, July 5, 2021, accessed on the same day. Viktor Orbán - Enemy of the Freedom of the Press.
spiegel.de July 7, 2021. An attack shocks the Netherlands.
Accident report , Aviation Safety Network , accessed on July 6, 2021.
↑ Laura Frommberg:
aerotelegraph.com July 6, 2021, accessed on the same day Russian passenger plane crashed in Kamchatka.
Peter Temel: In: Austrian Film Prize 2021: Film list and date fixed. February 3, 2021, Kurier.at . accessed February 3, 2021 .
In: One dead in protests critical of the government. July 14, 2021, time online . accessed July 15, 2021 .
In: Iraq hospital fire: Protests as Covid ward blaze kills at least 92. July 13, 2021, BBC . accessed July 25, 2021 .
In: A country is cleaning up. July 18, 2021, Tagesschau . accessed July 18, 2021 .
R. Mandimbisoa: In: Andry Rajoelina plaide en faveur of victimes du changement climatique. Madagascar Tribune. July 16, 2021, accessed July 25, 2021 (French).
Pogacar wins the tour, van Aert the last stage, July 18, 2021.  .
In: Suicide attack in Iraq's Sadr City kills at least 35, wounds dozens. July 20, 2021, Reuters . accessed July 25, 2021 .
The Guardian, June 7, 2021 . Jeff Bezos to go into space on first crewed flight of New Shepard rocket.
In: Strife-torn Haiti gets new prime minister. July 21, 2021, BBC . accessed July 25, 2021 .
Keoni Everington: In: Taiwan to open representative office in Lithuania. July 20, 2021, Taiwan News . accessed July 25, 2021 .
In: At least 33 dead in floods. July 22, 2021 . Tagesschau .
In: Liverpool is no longer a "World Heritage Site". July 21, 2021, Spiegel online . accessed July 23, 2021 .
In: Xi travels to Tibet surprisingly. Spiegel online. July 23, 2021, accessed July 23, 2021 .
In: Afghan neighbor Tajikistan holds largest ever military exercise. July 22, 2021, Reuters . accessed July 25, 2021 .
Anisa Shaheed: In: Sources allege 100 Civilians killed after Fall of Spin Boldak. Tolo News. July 22, 2021, accessed July 25, 2021 .
tagesschau.de: Baden-Baden, Bad Ems, Bad Kissingen and Mathildenhöhe are world heritage sites. Retrieved July 25, 2021 .
Currenta, July 27, 2021, A missing person recovered dead. accessed July 27, 2021 .
Currenta, July 28, 2021, Two deaths from an explosion in a chemical park. accessed July 28, 2021 .
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