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Today’s Ephemeris: What Happened on July 13 | Events in Argentina and around the world

Today’s Ephemeris: What Happened on July 13 |  Events in Argentina and around the world

In Ephemeris of July 13 These events that happened on a day like today in Argentina and around the world stand out:

1927. Simone Weil is born

Born in Nice Simone Weil. She became a victim of the Holocaust when she was a teenager. He went through Auschwitz and lost his entire family. With a degree in law, he became Minister of Health in 1974 and promoted the historic debate on the decriminalization of abortion in France. In 1979 she came to the European Parliament and became the first woman to preside over it. He became the French Minister of Health again in 1993. He received the Prince of Asturias Award for International Cooperation in 2005 and was a member of the French Academy. Died on June 30, 2017.

1942. Harrison Ford is born

Harrison Ford was born in Chicago. Found in American GraffitiBut another George Lucas film launched him as a star: Stars. He was seen in small roles Conversation Y Apocalypse now, both by Francis Ford Coppola. Before finishing the original trilogy Stars He put himself in the shoes of Indiana Jones. So far he has acted in four Saga films directed by Steven Spielberg And the fifth picture. Also acted Bladerunner, Witness in Jeopardy (her only Oscar nomination) and Mosquito BeachIn other films.

1954. Frida Kahlo died

Mexican painter Frida Kahlo He died in Goyokan of bronchial pneumonia, a week after his 47th birthday. He was 18 when he was involved in a horrific traffic accident that left him with multiple injuries. He started painting and met Diego Rivera. She married Mural in 1929. The marriage lasted ten years, during which time he began to gain recognition for his work. After the divorce, he reconciled with Rivera and they remarried. When she died, she was cremated. His ashes are preserved in the Blue House, where the artist was born and lived, which is now a museum.

1973. Hector Campora resigns

Hector Campora Resignation of the presidency of the nation. It does so to facilitate Juan Domingo Peron’s return to power. Vice President Vicente Solano Lima also resigned with him. As Alejandro Díaz Pialet was sent abroad on a diplomatic mission, the assembly also extends to the post of President Pro Tempore of the Senate. Raúl Lastry, President of the House of Representatives, is then sworn in. Compora’s presidency, marked by a shift to the left of Peronism, lasted seven weeks.

1985. Historic Live-Aid Concerts

Historic live music concerts are held, organized by Bob Geldof, aims to raise funds for the humanitarian crisis in Africa, where countries such as Ethiopia are suffering from famine. Two programs are held simultaneously. One, at Wembley Stadium in London; Another, John F. in Philadelphia. at Kennedy Stadium. In London, Queen, David Bowie, Dire Straits, Elton John, George Michael, The Who and Paul McCartney perform a nine-hour show. Across the Atlantic, Led Zeppelin, Eric Clapton, Bill Collins, Madonna, Bob Dylan, Tina Turner and Mick Jagger line up. This date is commemorated as World Rock Day.

1997. Miguel Angel Blanco died

After a short agony, Miguel Angel Blanco dies. A prominent party councilor in the Basque town of Ermua was abducted by ETA members on July 10. They are demanding that the gang’s prisoners be held in prisons in the Basque Country. José María Aznar’s government did not budge, and at that time millions of Spaniards took to the streets to demand that ETA members not carry out their threat to kill Blanco. A 29-year-old man is found in an open field with a bullet in his neck on the afternoon of July 12, and dies in the early hours of the 13th. His death shocked the Spanish people.

2004. Carlos Kleiber

Ten days after his 73rd birthday, a legend of classical music died in Slovenia: conductor Carlos Kleiber. Born in Berlin, his father Erich was also a famous director. The family settled in Argentina after the rise of Nazism, and the young Kleiber, who castlanized his name, Carl, trained in Buenos Aires. Back in Europe, he did not work as a permanent director, but as a guest, giving interviews. Critics praised his style. The year of his death is commemorated as International Conductor’s Day.

2012. Leda Valladares died

Folklorist Leda Valladares has died aged 92 in Buenos Aires. Born in Tucuman, he composed the music of northern Argentina. Thus he designed Argentina music map. He formed a folk duo with Maria Elena Walsh. They recorded several albums, after which Valladares resumed his composition work. In the 80s he collaborated with rock musicians.

2014. Argentina lost in the World Cup final in Brazil

The national team lost the World Cup final in Brazil against Germany at the Maracana. In Argentina’s first World Cup qualification since 1990, Alejandro Sabella’s side are looking for a treble. However, Mario Gotze’s goal eight minutes into the second overtime gave the Teutons the title. Lionel Messi was adjudged the best player of the tournament.

Also, this International Weavers Day. In Argentina they remember National Telecom Day And this Electric Power Labor Day.

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