November 28, 2021
The year 2007 is a common year that begins on a Monday, it is the 2007th year of our era, the 7th year of the 3rd millennium and the 21st century and the 8th year of the decade 2000-2009.
The year 2007 of the Gregorian calendar corresponds to the following dates:
Chinese Calendar: 4704/4705 (Chinese New Year 4705 of the year of the fire pig is on February 18, 2007)
Hebrew Calendar: 5767/5768 (1st Tishri 5768 is September 13, 2007)
Indian calendar: 1928/1929 (the 1st chaitra 1929 takes place on March 22, 2007)
Japanese calendar: 19 of the Heisei Era (Japanese calendar uses Gregorian days)
Muslim calendar: 1427/1428 (the 1st Muharram 1428 takes place on January 20, 2007)
Persian calendar: 1385/1386 (the 1st farvardin 1386 takes place on March 21, 2007)
Republican calendar: 215/216 (the 1st Vendémiaire 216 takes place on September 23, 2007)
Julian days: from 2,454,101.5 to 2,454,466.5,
June 30: celebration of the return of Hong Kong under Chinese sovereignty.
July 10: The Pakistani army launches an assault on the Red Mosque in Islamabad, which was controlled by Islamist militants, relaunching the Islamist insurgency in Pakistan after a relative lull.
December 27: Benazir Bhutto, leader of the PPP, the main opposition party in Pakistan, is killed in an attack, 11 days before the elections, destabilizing the country.
January 1: Bulgaria and Romania join the European Union, two years after the signing of the accession treaty in April 2005 May 6: Nicolas Sarkozy is elected President of the French Republic with 53.06% of the vote against Ségolène Royal.
May 17: François Fillon is appointed Prime Minister.
June 27: Tony Blair leaves 10 Downing Street, Gordon Brown becomes Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
September 4 to 9, 2007: third European ecumenical gathering in Sibiu, Romania, during which it is decided to establish a Creation Time between September 1 and October 4 of each year.
Arts and culture
March 2: 34 years after his last concert in France, Michel Polnareff returns to Bercy for 12 evenings.
May 22: centenary of the birth of Hergé, creator of the Adventures of Tintin, the exploits of Quick and Flupke and the adventures of Jo, Zette and Jocko
December 22: inauguration of the Peking Opera designed by French architect Paul Andreu.
March 3: total lunar eclipse
March 19: partial solar eclipse
March 21: spring equinox.
August 28: total lunar eclipse
September 11: partial solar eclipse
January 7: 100th anniversary of the creation of the first Montessori school.
August 1: sunrise over scouting on the occasion of the centenary of scouting.
January 9: Steve Jobs, Apple boss presents the first iPhone during Apple's keynote at MacWorld 2007
January 30: release of Microsoft Windows Vista and Microsoft Office 2007 for the general public
April 19: release of Ubuntu 7.04 codenamed Feisty Fawn (Linux)
September 15: Free Software Day.
September-October: release of Apple Mac OS X v10.5, codenamed Leopard
October 18: release of Ubuntu 7.10 codenamed Gutsy Gibbon (Linux)
Discovery at the British Royal Society of unpublished documents relating the original work on fission by Hans von Halban and Lew Kowarski in 1940 in Cambridge.
In 2007, the WHO recorded 74 cases of avian influenza in humans, 49 of which were fatal in people in close contact with infected birds. Since the start of the epidemic in 2003, 385 human cases