November 28, 2021
2007 was a simple year.
January 1 - Bulgaria and Romania join the European Union.
Irish became the official language of the EU, as did the languages of the new members, Bulgarian and Romanian.
Slovenia accepted the euro as the official currency, thus replacing the Slovenian tolar.
The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) has expanded from 10 to 13 digits.
Ban Ki-moon officially took over as United Nations Secretary-General, replacing Kofi Annan.
January 7 - The oldest Serbian actress Nevenka Urbanova (1909—2007) passed away
January 21 - Extraordinary parliamentary elections are held in Serbia. The Serbian Radical Party won the most votes - 81, followed by the Democratic Party - 64, the Democratic Party of Serbia and New Serbia - 47, G17 Plus - 19, the Socialist Party of Serbia - 16, the Liberal Democratic Party - 15, and the parliament also entered The Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians - 3, the List for Sandzak - 2, and the Roma Union of Serbia, the Roma Party and the coalition of Albanians of the Presevo Valley with one won mandate each.
January 30 - Sidney Sheldon (1917-2007), American writer of bestseller novels translated into Serbian, dies.
February 2 - Addressing the people, Serbian President Boris Tadic rejected the possibility of Serbia agreeing to the independence of Kosovo and Metohija after Martti Ahtisaari presented his status proposal to Belgrade and Pristina.
February 3 - Ana Ivanovic loses in the final of the tournament in Tokyo to Martina Hingis and earned almost 100,000 dollars and 300 points, and broke through to 14th place in the WTA list.
February 4 - The Iraqi Interior Ministry estimates that 1,000 people have been killed in Iraq in the last seven days.
Germany became the new European handball champion with a victory over Poland in the final of the European handball championship.
February 5 - Partizan basketball players will play against CSKA, Olympiacos and Juventud in the continuation of the Euroleague.
A flood in Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, has killed more than 300 people and left 300,000 homeless. Authorities fear the emergence of infectious diseases.
In response to the discovery of bird flu among poultry, 160,000 birds were destroyed on several farms in the United Kingdom. The WHO has expressed concern about the possibility of the virus mutating.
A jelly bomb exploded in the Spanish city of Barraclado