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The year 2007 holds many important historical events that have left a profound effect on the world. NewspaperArchive.com brings you access to these events through the millions of archives we have that are filled with the most notable events, including the events from the year 2007, being the announcement of the first generation iPhone, the signing of the series of economic deals between China and Sudan, the dissolution of the Ukrainian Parliament, Marion Jones giving up her five Olympic medals upon admitting to doping, Ron Paul raising over $6 million in 24 hours setting a new record, and so much more! Each title is available individually, and all are searchable via an interface that allows users to easily view, search, zoom, print and save digital page images.
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The announcement of the first generation iPhone going on sale later this year is made by Steve Jobs.
The Red Crystal is used by the International Red Cross and Red Crescent movement as a non-religious emblem for overseas use.
The signing of a series of economic deals between China and Sudan take place. Read More
The fourth assessment report by the IPCC is published, coming to the conclusion that there is a predominantly human cause for the global climate change.
The nuclear facilities in North Korea are shut down in accordance to the beginning of the denuclearization of North Korea in exchange for energy aid.
Serbia is found guilty by the International Court of Justice for failing to prevent genocide in the Srebrenica massacre.
Growth reports issued by China and Europe are less-than-expected, causing the world stock markets to fall.
The dissolution of the Ukrainian Parliament is implemented by President Viktor Yushchenko during the Second Orange Revolution.
The world is predicted to end on this day by televangelist Pat Robertson in his book The New Millennium published in 1990.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J. K. Rowling is published as the final book in the Harry Potter series and becomes the fastest selling book in history.
The launching of the Phoenix spacecraft towards the Martian north pole takes place. Read More
A statement is issued by Vladmir Putin declaring that Russia is planning on resuming strategic bomber flight exercises in remote areas after being suspended for 16 years.
The 19th annual city meeting held by the Asia-Pacific Economic Corporation takes place in Sydney.
Upon admitting to doping, Marion Jones gives up her five Olympic medals she won in track and field at the 2000 Sydney Games.
A state of emergency is declared in Pakistan by President Pervez Musharraf. Read More
The beginning of the Writers Guild of America strike lasting almost a year takes place. Read More
Cyclone Sidr kills approximately 10,000 people in Bangladesh. Read More
Bali, Indonesia holds the United Nations Climate Change Conference. Read More
An equinox takes place over Uranus as the sun shines above its equator. Read More
The European Union and African Union leaders meet during the Africa-EU Summit for their first joint summit since 2000.
A negotiated settlement in regards to Kosovo's future is not reached by the deadline set by the United Nations.
More than six million dollars is raised online in 24 hours by Ron Paul, setting a new record.
Time magazine's Person of the Year is announced as President Vladimir Putin of Russia. Read More
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