2017

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May 19, 2022

2017 (2017) is a normal year starting on Sunday according to the Christian era (Gregorian calendar). 2017. This section describes 2017 from an international perspective.

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Zodiac: Year of the Fire Rooster Japan (dates match) 2017 2677 imperial year Republic of Korea (dates match) Republic of Korea 99 Dangun 4350 Republic of China (dates match) Republic of China 106 years Democratic People's Republic of Korea (dates match) Main body 106 years Buddhist calendar: October 4, 2559-October 14, 2560 Islamic calendar: April 2, 1438-April 12, 1439 Jewish calendar: April 3, 5777-April 13, 5778 Unix Time: 1483228800 --1514764799 Modified Julian Day (MJD): 57754 --58118 Lilian Date (LD): 158595 --158959

Calendar

Events

January

January 1 Antonio Guterres becomes the 9th Secretary-General of the United Nations A mass shooting occurred at a nightclub in Istanbul, Turkey, killing 39 people and injuring 69. January 6th Republican candidate Donald Trump has 304 votes, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton Received 227 votes and other candidates received 7 votes. As a result, Donald Trump was officially elected the 45th President of the United States. January 9 By this day, 40 people had died in Poland and Italy due to the strong cold wave. January 10-A magnitude 7.3 earthquake struck off the southern coast of the Philippines. January 14 A refugee ship departing from Libya capsized, confirming eight deaths and possibly killing more than 100. January 16 A Turkish freighter crashed in Kyrgyzstan, killing 37 people, including locals. January 17 Nigerian troops have killed more than 50 people, including refugees and aid workers, in an accidental bombing during the Boko Haram eradication operation. January 17-20 The 47th World Economic Forum. Barack Obama's term of office has expired. Donald Trump took office as the 45th President of the United States by taking his oath of office at noon eastern Standard Time at his inauguration ceremony held at a special venue in Washington, Washington. The Government of the United States has announced its intention to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement at the same time as Donald Trump becomes the 45th President. January 21 The day after US President Donald Trump took office, protests took place around the world. According to the announcement of the host organization, the scale is 4.8 million people in 80 countries. January 22-Around 15:30, there was a magnitude 7.9 earthquake in Papua New Guinea. January 26 The Doomsday Clock has advanced for the first time in two years, approaching the remaining 2 minutes and 30 seconds since 1953. The main cause is the remarks of US President Donald Trump, who is reluctant to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons and take measures against climate change. January 27 A large wildfire continued for a week in central Chile, killing 10 people, including firefighters. On the 22nd of the same month, the government issued a state of emergency. President Donald Trump issued Executive Order 13769, banning all citizens of Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen for 90 days. January 29 A mass shooting occurred at a mosque in Quebec, Canada, killing five people.

February

February 5 An avalanche in Afghanistan killed more than 100 people. February 6 More than 750 ISIL fighters, the largest ever in Turkey, have been detained. February 10 New Zealand's Golden Bay, the largest ever in the country 40