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2010 ( MMX ) was a normal year starting on Friday on the Gregorian calendar . It was also the 2010 anno Domini number or the Christian Era designation, in addition to the tenth of the 21st century and the third millennium and also the first of the 2010s .

It was designated as the Year of the Tiger , according to the Chinese horoscope ; the Centennial Year of the Mexican Revolution , according to the Government of Mexico ; [ 1 ] the Year of the Bicentennial of Mexico's Independence , according to the Government of Mexico , [ 1 ] the International Year of Biological Diversity , according to the UN ; [ 2 ] the International Year for the Rapprochement of Cultures, according to the UN ; [ 3 ] theYear of the Bicentennial of the beginning of the process of Independence of Argentina , according to the Government of Argentina ; [ 4 ] the Year 52 of the Revolution , according to the Government of Cuba ; [ 5 ] the Year of the Bicentennial of the Independence of Colombia , according to the Government of Colombia ; [ 6 ] the Year of the Bicentennial of the beginning of the process of Independence of Chile , according to the Government of Chile ; [ 7] The Year of the1100th anniversaryof theKingdom of Leónand the Year of the Seaman, according to theIMO. [ 8 ]

Ephemeris

Events

January

View of the Burj Khalifa , the tallest skyscraper in the world in Dubai .
View of the Haitian National Palace destroyed after the January earthquake.

February

March

Kathryn Bigelow , the first woman to win the Oscar for best director for the film The Hurt Locker .

April

Satellite view of the 2010 Eyjafjalla Volcano Eruption .

Mayo

David Cameron is elected British Prime Minister .

June

G8 Summit in Muskoka, Canada .

July

August

September

October

Rescue of the miners of Chile.

November

December

Wikileaks reveals US diplomatic cables to the world.

No specific date

Births

Mayo

December

Deaths

Art and literature

Cervantes Prize

Nadal Award

Planet Award

Other Voices, Other Areas Award

Science and Technology

Video game

Who

Sport

Olympic Games

International games

Athletics

Motoring

Basketball

Gold medal with cup.svg United States flag U.S
Silver medal with cup.svg Turkey flag Turkey
Bronze medal with cup.svg Lithuania flag Lithuania

Cycling

Soccer

Championships by teams

Party World Cup between the Spanish and Portuguese national team.
Gold medal with cup.svg ESPSpanish flag Spain
Silver medal with cup.svg NEDNetherlands flag Holland
Bronze medal with cup.svg GERFlag of germany Germany

International championships

National championships

Trophies

Football

Motorcycling

World Motorcycle Championship

European Motorcycle Championship

Tennis

Another sports

Taekwondo

Volleyball

Gold medal with cup.svg Brazil's flag Brazil
Silver medal with cup.svg Flag of Cuba Cuba
Bronze medal with cup.svg Italian flag Italy

Music

TV

Fictitious events

In the television series The Simpsons , Seymour Skinner's death is dated this year.

Nobel Prizes

Prince of Asturias Awards

Goncourt Prize

Xavier Villaurrutia Award

Charlemagne Prize

Commemorations and parties

  • December 14 : Fiftieth Anniversary of the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples [ 188 ]

References

  1. a b Decree declaring 2010 as the Year of the Bicentennial of Independence and the Centennial of the beginning of the Mexican Revolution
  2. Declaration of the International Year of Biological Diversity
  3. Declaration of the International Year for the Rapprochement of Cultures
  4. Website of the bicentennial that runs from May 25, 2010 to July 9, 2016 Archived July 24, 2013 at the Wayback Machine .
  5. 2010: Year 52 of the Revolution
  6. «Website of the commemorative activities that are in execution for the Bicentennial of Colombia» . Archived from the original on December 1, 2008 . Retrieved January 28, 2009 .
  7. Website of the commemorative activities that are being carried out and planned for the Bicentennial of Chile Archived September 7, 2010 at the Wayback Machine .
  8. ^ IMO council declares 2010 as "Year of the Seafarer" Archived 20 November 2009 at the Wayback Machine . (in English).
  9. Spain launches the new EU under the specter of the crisis
  10. Summoned the Jacobean Holy Year 2010 ( broken link available in Internet Archive ; see history and latest version ).
  11. Dubai inaugurates the tallest skyscraper in the world
  12. A 7 magnitude earthquake devastates Haiti
  13. ^ Barack Obama and Bill Clinton speak out on catastrophe in Haiti Archived January 13, 2010, at the Wayback Machine .
  14. The longest annular solar eclipse of the century in Southeast Asia
  15. Eleven slightly injured in a 5.4 Richter earthquake in eastern Venezuela
  16. a b Impres (official body)
  17. Tremor with epicenter in Tucumán felt in Córdoba and Santiago del Estero Archived May 22, 2010 at the Wayback Machine . Chain 3 Argentina
  18. The Venezuelan Government decides not to renew the license of the cable channel RCTV
  19. "El Sucre comes into effect on January 27" . Archived from the original on March 27, 2010 . Retrieved February 5, 2010 .
  20. Venezuela and Cuba: first operation with virtual currency
  21. «From today there will be two police forces in the city of Buenos Aires» . Archived from the original on September 25, 2019 . Retrieved March 10, 2010 .
  22. Official page of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal of Costa Rica
  23. Latin America faces the US
  24. ^ "An 8.8-degree earthquake shakes Chile . " Public . February 27, 2010.
  25. An expert ensures that the two earthquakes "have no relationship" Diario Clarín. Retrieved April 12, 2010.
  26. José Mujica assumes the presidency of Uruguay and bets on social spending
  27. Antofagasta Region: 6.4 degree tremor Archived 2010-03-09 at the Wayback Machine . La Nación Consulted April 12, 2010.
  28. Participation in Iraqi elections reaches 62%, in El País de España.
  29. ^ EFE (March 8, 2010). "At least 41 dead in eastern Turkey from a 6-magnitude earthquake . " Last Hour .
  30. Kathryn Bigelow is the first best director of the Academy Archived September 17, 2011 at the Wayback Machine .. CNN México.com. Retrieved April 28, 2011.
  31. Chancellor informed the Senate about the Chilean position before The Hague
  32. A series of strong aftershocks shakes Chile during Piñera's inauguration
  33. Uribe's party wins the legislative elections with 64% of the votes counted
  34. «Total Blackout in the SIC» . Central Interconnected System , Press Release 1 (11:06 pm, 03/14/10) . March 14, 2010. Archived from the original on March 28, 2010 . Retrieved March 15, 2010 .
  35. Chile regains power after four hours of blackout
  36. Tight victory in the Iraq elections for the coalition of the opposition Alawi, in El Mundo de España.
  37. «Al Maliki assures that he will contest the results of the elections, in Larioja.com» . Archived from the original on September 13, 2014 . Retrieved April 13, 2010 .
  38. ^ Planet shuts down due to climate change Archived March 30, 2010, at the Wayback Machine .
  39. Two suicide bombings in the Moscow metro leave at least 38 dead
  40. ^ Brazil: At least 200 people buried by mudslide , La Tercera, April 8, 2010, archived from the original on April 6, 2014 .
  41. The opposition of Kyrgyzstan takes power and announces that it forms an interim government, in El Mundo de España.
  42. ^ "The United States and Russia bury the Cold War with an ambitious and historic nuclear pact" , article of April 8, 2010 in the newspaper El Mundo (Madrid).
  43. All passengers die in a plane crash
  44. Hungary punishes the socialists and gives a resounding victory to the right, in El Mundo de España.
  45. A 7.1 earthquake kills 589 in China
  46. The ashes of an Icelandic volcano paralyze the air traffic of northern Europe Accessed April 18, 2010.
  47. ^ "North Cyprus: Eroglu won the elections, in adnmundo.co" . Archived from the original on April 22, 2010 . Retrieved April 25, 2010 .
  48. ^ Fischer, reelected as president of Austria after a landslide victory, in El Mundo de España.
  49. Hungary strongly bets on the conservatives and sinks the socialists, in El Mundo de España.
  50. Castro and Fariñas vote remotely, in El Mundo de España.
  51. ↑ The former Panamanian dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega is extradited to France, in El Mundo de España.
  52. ↑ The United States extradites former Panamanian dictator Noriega to France to serve a sentence for money laundering, in rtve.es
  53. Shanghai shows the megalomaniac side of China
  54. Shanghai Expo: the world, in pavilions
  55. Germany imposes its opinion: aid to Greece will also depend on the IMF
  56. The Greek crisis overwhelms Europe
  57. The eurozone will contribute 80,000 of the 110,000 million euros of the rescue of Greece
  58. ^ The Greek crisis worsens with three deaths during the general strike The Economist. Retrieved May 9, 2010.
  59. Electoral Results, in the BBC (in English).
  60. Conservatives and liberals negotiate to form a coalition government, in El Mundo de España.
  61. Benigno Aquino III fondles the victory in the presidential elections of the Philippines, in El Mundo de España.
  62. Website of the official counting system of the Philippine Congress.
  63. The Ibex closes with the highest rise in its history: 14.43%
  64. A shield against speculating "wolves"
  65. ^ David Cameron, new British Prime Minister thanks to a pact with the Liberals, in El Mundo de España.
  66. Libyan plane crashes in Tripoli
  67. The Council of the Judicial Power suspends Judge Garzón for investigating the Franco regime , 20 minutes , May 14, 2010, consulted the same day.
  68. First cell with synthetic genes, almost artificial life
  69. Eight survivors and 158 killed in a plane crash in India
  70. Complaints of irregularities and high turnout in the Ethiopian elections, in El Mundo de España.
  71. Ethiopia confirms victory of the ruling party, in Terra.com Mexico.
  72. ^ "Hottest air temperatures reported on Earth" , article by Christopher C. Burt, October 22, 2010.
  73. ↑ There are 145 dead in the attack on the Bengal train, in La Vanguardia.
  74. The Taliban claim the double attack that has caused 80 deaths in Pakistan, in El Mundo de España.
  75. Center-right parties prevail in the elections of the Czech Republic, in El Mundo de España.
  76. Official results of the 2010 parliamentary elections on the website of the Czech Statistical Office.
  77. Elections 2010, in El Tiempo de Colombia.
  78. Israel kills at least 9 people when attacking ships with humanitarian aid, in El Mundo de España.
  79. The German president resigns after his controversial statements about the mission in Afghanistan, in El Mundo de España.
  80. Storm Agatha kills 179 people
  81. The Prime Minister of Japan resigns, in El País de España.
  82. Holland chooses a fragile government and elevates the ultra and Islamophobic Geert Wilders, in El Mundo de España.
  83. Final official results of the 2010 parliamentary elections on the website of the Dutch Electoral Council.
  84. Officially Inaugurated Soccer World Cup 2010, in the Correo del Orinoco.
  85. The polls give the Social Democrats as winners in Slovakia, in El Mundo de España.
  86. The center-right can unseat the Social Democratic Government of Slovakia, in El Mundo de España.
  87. Official results of the 2010 parliamentary elections on the website of the Slovak Statistical Office.
  88. Uncertainty in Belgium after the victory of the Flemish independentists, in El Mundo de España.
  89. The independence movement turns Belgium upside down, in El País de España.
  90. Thousands of people cross to Uzbekistan to flee the violence of Kyrgyzstan, in El Mundo de España.
  91. The UN: violence in Kyrgyzstan affects a million people, in El Mundo de España.
  92. The UN asks for 71 million dollars for the victims of Kyrgyzstan, in El Mundo de España.
  93. Juan Manuel Santos, the most voted president in the history of Colombia, in El Mundo de España.
  94. Polls were right this time, they gave Santos between 60 and 66.5 of the intention to vote, in El Tiempo de Colombia. Archived 2012-01-11 at the Wayback Machine .
  95. The first results reduce the margin of Komorowski over Kaczynski, in El Mundo de España.
  96. ^ Radio Canada, December 8, 2009.
  97. Belgium takes over from Spain at the head of the European Union
  98. ^ The death toll in the Lahore mosque rises to 43, in Europa Press.
  99. Komorowski, between liberal commitments and fierce opposition from the right, in El Mundo de España.
  100. Attack in Pakistan leaves 102 dead, on GLOBOVISION.com
  101. Deaths by bomb attack in Pakistan rise to 102, in Yahoo en Español Noticias.
  102. Al Shabaab claims the attack with 74 victims in the Ugandan capital, in El Mundo de España.
  103. ^ Stampede at German Love Parade festival kills 19 BBC News , July 25, 2010. Accessed July 25, 2010.
  104. ^ Onemi confirms 33 miners trapped in deposit in Atacama Archived January 2, 2011, at the Wayback Machine .
  105. An injured person and slight damages leave the earthquake in Ecuador.
  106. ^ The last combat brigade of the United States leaves Iraq, in El Mundo de España.
  107. ^ Damon, Arwa (August 19, 2010). Last US combat convoy has left Iraq . CNN (in English) . Retrieved February 7, 2019 .
  108. "The last US combat brigade leaves Iraq, in Washington DC Hello City !." . Archived from the original on May 12, 2012 . Retrieved September 1, 2010 .
  109. The elections leave the next government of Australia in limbo, in El Mundo de España.
  110. Labor and Conservative leaders from Australia court the three independent deputies, in EFE Agency hosted on Google News.
  111. The Labor Party of Australia will govern in minority, in the Country of Spain.
  112. FEMA urges everyone to prepare for Earl's step on PrimeraHora.com.
  113. ↑ The US puts an end to combat missions in Iraq despite instability in the country, in El Mundo de España.
  114. ^ Silverleib, Alan (September 1, 2010). "US combat mission in Iraq ends" . CNN (in English) . Retrieved February 7, 2019 .
  115. The elections in Afghanistan register a participation of 40%, in El Mundo de España.
  116. https://www.lavozdegalicia.es/noticia/sociedad/2010/08/10/oms-declara-fin-pandemia-gripe/00031281453199385951942.htm
  117. The Swedish Government loses the absolute majority due to the advance of the extreme right, in El Mundo de España.
  118. The success of the ultra-rightists shakes Sweden, in La Vanguardia de España.
  119. Political earthquake in Sweden after far-right entry into Parliament, by AFP hosted on Google News.
  120. ^ "Bicentennial of the Courts of San Fernando" . Archived from the original on September 3, 2011 . Retrieved October 19, 2010 .
  121. ^ Venezuela: Parliamentary elections to be held on September 26, 2010 Archived January 19, 2010 at the Wayback Machine .
  122. The demonstrations close an unequal strike day
  123. "Uneven follow-up" and "moderate effect" of the strike, according to the Government
  124. The end of the Netherlands Antilles Filed on October 16, 2010 at the Wayback Machine .
  125. http://observer.com/2011/08/pony-up-haters-how-4chan-gave-birth-to-the-bronies/
  126. The rescue of the 33 miners trapped in the San José mine in Chile
  127. "Zapatero closes with the PNV and CC a pact for the rest of the legislature" . The country. October 16, 2010.
  128. "Zapatero is entrusted to Rubalcaba to rescue the Government and the PSOE" . The country. October 22, 2010.
  129. COP 15 decision with dates and venues for future sessions (draft in English)
  130. The Government decrees the state of alarm
  131. The Government declares the state of alarm and mobilizes the controllers
  132. The Government declares the state of alarm
  133. Wikinoticias
  134. WikiNoticias
  135. Wikinoticias
  136. News Wikinews
  137. News Wikinews
  138. Ana María Matute, Cervantes award
  139. Clara Sánchez receives the award for 'What hides your name'
  140. «Eduardo Mendoza lands on the Planet» . Archived from the original on July 5, 2014 . Retrieved October 16, 2010 .
  141. Carmen Amoraga, finalist for the Planet after being a finalist for Nadal
  142. https://www.abc.es/cultura/libros/aurora-venturini-premio-otras-201012200000_noticia.html?ref=https:%2F%2Fes.wikipedia.org%2F
  143. On April 2, the analog television signal is permanently turned off
  144. Royal Decree 944/2005, of July 29, approving the National Technical Plan for digital terrestrial television
  145. A space probe returns to Earth after landing on an asteroid
  146. Super Mario Galaxy 2 launches May 23 in the United States
  147. The king returns to regain his throne
  148. ^ "Asian Games" (in English) . Olympic Council of Asia. 2010. Archived from the original on November 22, 2010 . Retrieved November 16, 2010 .
  149. Vettel: "I wanted to make sure not to get distracted"
  150. Red Bull clinches first F1 title in season six
  151. Carlos Sainz savors his first Dakar
  152. ^ "2010 Basketball World Cup Turkey" . Archived from the original on September 2, 2010 . Retrieved October 9, 2010 .
  153. A Barça of ecstasy
  154. Italian rider Ivan Basso wins the Giro after his two-year sentence
  155. All Boys and the glory of the comeback
  156. Egypt wins its seventh African Cup of Nations
  157. Spain, world champion
  158. ^ Germany wins again (2-0) Archived August 5, 2010 at the Wayback Machine .
  159. Inter Milan are proclaimed champion of the Champions League
  160. Atlético de Madrid is once again great in Europe
  161. Argentinos Juniors, champion of the Clausura 2010 Prensa Latina
  162. «Students, the best of all» . Archived from the original on May 12, 2013 . Retrieved December 15, 2010 .
  163. Barcelona, ​​League champion
  164. Sevilla defeats Atlético and is proclaimed champion of the Cup
  165. Toluca is champion of the 2010 Bicentennial tournament by beating Santos on penalties Univision Fútbol.com . Retrieved 2010-05-23.
  166. In the Pines they already think of Rayados Archived December 23, 2010 at the Wayback Machine . Millennium Diary . Retrieved 2010-12-17.
  167. New Orleans takes the Super Bowl
  168. Federer wins his fourth title in Melbourne
  169. Serena Williams reigns in Australia again
  170. Nadal regains number 1 and wins his fifth Roland Garros
  171. Schiavone wins the women's final at Roland Garros
  172. Mexico will host the World Cup fair from March 3 to 9, which comes to America for the first time
  173. Nobel Prize in Physics for the discoverers of the 'material of the future'
  174. Nobel Prize in Chemistry for advances in carbon reactions
  175. ^ Nobel for the 'father' of four million children Archived October 7, 2010 at the Wayback Machine .
  176. Mario Vargas Llosa wins the 2010 Nobel Prize in Literature
  177. ^ Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo, 2010 Nobel Peace Prize winner
  178. ^ Peter Diamond, Dale Mortensen and Christopher Pissarides win the Nobel Prize in Economics
  179. Sculptor Richard Serra, Prince of Asturias Award for the Arts
  180. The archaeological team of the Warriors of Xian, Prince of Asturias Award for Social Sciences
  181. The sociologists Touraine and Bauman, Prince of Asturias of Communication and Humanities
  182. Manos Unidas wins the Prince of Asturias Award for Concord
  183. The Spanish transplant organization, Prince of Asturias Award
  184. La Roja, from world champion to Prince of Asturias of Sports
  185. A Prince of Asturias fighting pain Archived June 3, 2010 at the Wayback Machine .
  186. ^ Lebanese writer Amin Maalouf, Prince of Asturias of Letters
  187. The Goncourt Awards is the highest French literary award that is convened annually. The Power of the Word . Retrieved 2010-12-17.
  188. Fiftieth anniversary of the Declaration on the granting of independence to colonial countries and peoples

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