2010 (2010) is a normal year starting on Friday according to the Western calendar (Gregorian calendar). 2010.
This section describes 2010 from an international perspective.
Zodiac: Yang Metal Tiger
Japan (dates match)
2670 imperial year
Republic of Korea (dates match)
Republic of Korea 1992
Republic of China (dates match)
Republic of China 99
Democratic People's Republic of Korea (dates match)
Subject 99 years
Buddhist calendar: 1552 leap October 1-2553 leap September 10
Islamic calendar: January 15, 1431-January 24, 1432
Jewish calendar: April 15, 5770-April 24, 5771
Unix Time: 1262304000 --1293839999
Modified Julian Day (MJD): 55197 --55561
Lilian Date (LD): 156038 --156402
Observe a partial lunar eclipse.
All 6 Finnish states are abolished. The highest local administrative division is the prefecture.
January 4-Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest (829.8m) skyscraper, opens in Dubai.
January 12-A magnitude (M) 7.0 earthquake struck near Port-au-Prince, Haiti's capital.
January 15-Annual food in Africa, Indian Ocean, etc.
January 17-Decision between Sebastian Pinella, the rightist opposition coalition, and Eduardo Frei, the ruling coalition, who ranked first in the Chilean presidential election on December 13, 2009. A vote was held, and as a result, Candidate Pinella won 51.6% for the first time, and Candidate Frei of the ruling coalition lost at 48.4%.
January 21-Citizens United v FEC Trial
January 30-Chinese government suspends military exchanges with the U.S. and sanctions U.S. companies involved in selling arms to Taiwan in retaliation for the U.S. government's decision to export $ 6.4 billion in arms to Taiwan. Announced that it will impose.
January 31-February 7-The final vote for the Ukrainian presidential election was held as his term expired. According to the Central Election Commission, former Prime Minister Yanukovych (59), a pro-Russian candidate, has the upper hand with 52% of the votes counted when the ballot counting rate is about 10%, while pro-Western Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko has a 43% voter turnout. Yanukovych declared victory by saying in a TV program on the same night (before dawn on the 8th of Japan time) that "Mr. Tymoshenko should admit defeat and resign from the post of prime minister."
February 7-Former Vice President Laura Chinchilla of the National Liberation Party (PLN) was elected in a presidential election in Costa Rica, becoming the country's first female president.
February 12-28-Vancouver Olympics (winter) held.
February 18-Niger Military Coup: A military coup takes place in Niger and the military takes control.
February 24-Akio Toyoda, President of Toyota Motor Corporation, attends a hearing of the US House of Representatives Supervision and Government Reform Committee.
February 27-A magnitude (M) 8.8 earthquake struck Concepcion, Chile.
March 12-21-Winter Vancouver Paralympics.
March 18-Monaco's proposal to ban international commercial trade in bluefin tuna off the Atlantic and Mediterranean Oceans was rejected by a committee of the Conference of the Parties to the Washington Convention, and the EU's proposal to ban bluefin tuna with a grace period was also rejected.
March 23-President Obama of the United States signs a health insurance reform bill. For the first time in US history, a de facto universal health insurance system has been established (fully implemented after 2014).
March 26-Korean patrol boat "Cheonan" sank in the Yellow Sea. Of her 104 crew members, 46 died. South Korea is caused by North Korean torpedoes, and North Korea denies this.
March 29-39 people were killed in a series of suicide bombings at two subway stations in central Moscow.
April 1-Census conducted in the United States.
April 2-Thailand's capital city.