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See what will be in the news tomorrow ! Find all the highlights of the year in our selected events.
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  • 2020
    • Vladimir Putin at the head of Russia

    • 26 March 2000
    • 26 March 2020
    • Vladimir Putin was born on 7 October 1952, and has been elected four times as the President of the Russian Federation. As an ex-KGB officer, he became a close advisor to Boris Yeltsin, who handed over the reins of government to him in 1998. He was re-elected in March 2018 with 76% of the vote.
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    • Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980) was a British film director, producer and screenwriter. During his 60-year career, he made 53 full-length features. Among their number were some of the classics of the 7th art, including "Notorious", "Rear WIndow", "North by Northwest", "Psycho", and "The Birds".
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    • Death of Alfred Hitchcock
    • 29 April 1980
    • 29 April 2020
    • Cannes Film Festival

    • 12 May 2020
    • The Cannes Film Festival is an international film festival founded in 1946.
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    • The 24 Hours of Le Mans race is a 24-hour car race that takes place on a road track south of Le Mans in June. The race started in 1923 and has been part of the world endurance championship since 2012.
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    • 24 Hours of Le Mans car race
    • 16 June 2018
    • 13 June 2020
    • Tour de France

    • 27 June 2020
    • The Tour de France is a cycling competition by stages founded in 1903 by two journalists, Henri Desgrange and Géo Lefèvre, of the magazine "L'Auto". It takes place in July every year and includes a time trial as well as stages in the Pyrénées and the Alps. In this collection created with Amaury Sport Organisation, you will find the most memorable images of the Tour de France from the 40s to this day.
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    • The AIDS epidemic broke out in the very early 20th Century in DR Congo, and today more than 36 million people in the world are affected by AIDS. In 2016, 6,003 in France people found out they were HIV positive. 44% of these people are gay or bisexual men.
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    • World AIDS day
    • 01 December 2020
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    • 19 February 1950
    • 19 February 2020
    • The McCarthy's witch hunt

    • McCarthyism, also known as the “red scare” was a period in US history in which there was a fully-fledged witch hunt: US Senator Joseph McCarthy had decided to trace and denounce communists in the country.
    • 21 February 1965
    • 21 February 2020
    • Assassination of Malcolm X

    • The Black American activist Malcolm X was assassinated in Harlem.
    • 22 February 1940
    • 22 February 2020
    • The enthronement of new Dalai Lama

    • Tenzin Gyatso, born Lhamo Dhondup on 6 July 1935 in Taktser, in the province of Qinghai, is the 14th Dalai Lama. A symbol of the resistance to the Chinese communist regime, he received the Nobel Peace Prize for his devotion in a non-violent struggle for the liberation of Tibet.
    • 22 February 1980
    • 22 February 2020
    • Death of Oscar Kokoschka

    • Austrian painter and author Oscar Kokoshka (1886 – 1980) was best known for his expressionistic works which express what life is, but do not represent the reality. Alongside Egon Shiele, another Viennese artist, he remains a major early 20th century figure.
    • 23 February 1990
    • 23 February 2020
    • The first "Faut pas rêver" TV show

    • Emission de découverte et d'évasion française créée par Georges Pernoud et diffusée sur FR3 puis France 3. Elle était initialement présentée par Valérie Maurice et Marc Bessou puis se sont succéder Sylvain Augier (1990-1999), Laurent Bignolas (1999-2009), Patricia Loison (2009-2011), Tania Young (2011-2014), Philippe Gougler (2014-2017). Depuis 2017, ce dernier présente l'émission en alternance avec Carolina de Salvo.
    • 28 February 2020
    • César Cinema Awards Ceremony

    • The César Cinema Awards were founded in 1976 and are awarded to professionals of the 7th art every year. There are various categories and pay homage to the best French films.
    • 29 February 1920
    • 29 February 2020
    • Birth of Michèle Morgan

    • “You have beautiful eyes, you know.” This is the famous line Jean Gabin said to Michèle Morgan in Le quai des brumes by Marcel Carné (1938). Morgan was the inaugural winner of the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival in 1946 for her role as Gertrude in La Symphonie Pastorale.
    • 01 March 1920
    • 01 March 2020
    • The 100 years of the Mona Lisa by Marcel Duchamp

    • French visual artist Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) is one of the most well-known artists of the 20th century. He revolutionised the world of Art with his ready-made concepts and broke the artisitc and aesthetic codes whilst producing unique works.
    • 01 March 1965
    • 01 March 2020
    • André Courrèges launches the mini skirt

    • To be known as a mini skirt, the skirt could not come lower than 10 cm below the backside. It was one of the marks of the evolution in women's wear.
    • 05 March 1970
    • 05 March 2020
    • The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty

    • This treaty (NPT) entered into force in 1970 and aimed to reduce the risk of propagation and multiplication of nuclear weapons throughout the world. The NPT has more than 190 countries as signatories and is therefore the most supported treaty in this field.
    • 06 March 1980
    • 06 March 2020
    • Marguerite Yourcenar elected at the French Academy

    • A prolific writer (novelist, poet, essayist and playwright), she produced two well-known works which earned her worldwide recognition: Mémoires d’Hadrien (1951) and L’Œuvre au Noir (1968). In 1980, she was the first woman admitted to the Académie Française.
    • 07 March 1995
    • 07 March 2020
    • Death of Paul-Emile Victor

    • Paul-Emile Victor (1907-1995), is a famous French polar explorer, scientist, writer and ethnologist founder and director of the French polar expeditions for 29 years.
    • 10 March 1920
    • 10 March 2020
    • Birth of Boris Vian

    • Boris Vian (1920-1959) was a multi-talented artiste: an artist, musician, songwriter, engineer and actor. He was the author of "L’écume des jours" and the sultry "J’irai cracher sur vos tombes". Today he is regarded as one of the most important writers in French literature.
    • 10 March 1945
    • 10 March 2020
    • Declaration of independance of Cambodia

    • Cambodia was declared independent in Phnom Penh, and the nationalists, backed by the Japanese, took power.
    • 10 March 2000
    • 10 March 2020
    • The bursting of the internet bubble

    • In the middle of the 1990s, the Internet grew massively in households and ITC companies saw their stock exchange value increase under the speculation. But in 2000, this bubble burst, leaving numerous companies who had anticipated a new economy on the wayside.
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