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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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  • 2017
    • Founding of the CIA

    • 26 July 1947
    • 26 July 2017
    • The Central Intelligence Agency was founded by the National Security Act and became the best-known intelligence agency of the United States.
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    • A major Swedish film director and stage director, Ingmar Bergman (1918-2007) is the only film director to have the won the “Palm of Palms”. He made 54 films, and directed 126 stage plays and 39 radio plays.
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    • Death of Ingmar Bergman
    • 30 July 2007
    • 30 July 2017
    • Birth of Robert Redford

    • 18 August 1937
    • 18 August 2017
    • Robert Redford (1936) is an American actor and film director. In 1981, he won an Oscar for best director for his film "Ordinary People", and an Honorary Oscar in 2002.
    • An American blues singer and guitarist (1917-2001).
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    • Birth of John Lee Hooker
    • 22 August 1917
    • 22 August 2017
    • Death of Maria Callas

    • 16 September 1977
    • 16 September 2017
    • Maria Callas (1923-1977) was a Greek singer and an unrivalled queen of opera. She was known for her remarkable expressiveness, and became a living icon, both for her exceptional professional success and turbulent private life.
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    • Barbara (1930-1997), was a French singer-songwriter. Her engaged poetry, the beautiful melodies of her music and the emotions her voice stirred up ensured a loyal fanbase for more than 40 years. She paid tribute to them in one of her most famous songs, "Ma plus belle histoire d'amour, c'est vous".
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    • Death of Barbara
    • 24 November 1997
    • 24 November 2017
    • Birth of Jane Fonda

    • 21 December 1937
    • 21 December 2017
    • Jane Fonda (1937) is an American actress and film producer, known for her commitment as a feminist and a pacifist. She is also the daughter of actor Henry Fonda.
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    • 26 July 1947
    • 26 July 2017
    • Founding of the CIA

    • The Central Intelligence Agency was founded by the National Security Act and became the best-known intelligence agency of the United States.
    • 26 July 1956
    • 26 July 2017
    • Nasser nationalises the Suez Canal

    • President Nasser announced the nationalisation of the Suez Canal and the freezing of Universal Suez Canal Ship Company's assets. His decision came after the UK and USA refused to finance the building of the Aswan Dam.
    • 27 July 1917
    • 27 July 2017
    • Birth of Bourvil

    • Bourvil (1917-1970) was a famous French actor and singer of the 1940s playing numerous comic roles as the simpleton of French cinema. He went on to become a music-hall star, who branched out into operetta, performing the major French love songs.
    • 27 July 1982
    • 27 July 2017
    • Homosexuality decriminalised

    • The French Parliament, the National Assembly, voted a proposal made by Justice Minister, Robert Badinter, to decriminalise homosexuality. Article 332-1 of the French penal code was repealed and homosexuality was no longer considered as an offence.
    • 27 July 1986
    • 27 July 2017
    • Hinault and Lemond cross the line together

    • With five Tour de France wins behind him, France's Bernard Hinault crossed the finishing line hand in hand with the American Greg Lemond. The last lap put the two men in the lead, and Hinault honoured his commitment to let the American win.
    • 27 July 1987
    • 27 July 2017
    • Crossing the Atlantic on a surf board

    • Stéphane Peyron left New York on 10 June to cross the Atlantic unassisted on an 8-metre surf board. He reached La Rochelle in 46 days.
    • 28 July 1976
    • 28 July 2017
    • Execution of Christian Ranucci

    • Christian Ranucci, 22, was guillotined in the Baumettes prison in Marseille. Giscard d'Estaing refused to pardon him. Ranucci had confessed, then denied the murder of a young girl. This was the fifth execution since the early 1970s.
    • 28 July 1985
    • 28 July 2017
    • Death of Michel Audiard

    • Paul Michel Audiard (1920-1985) was a French dialogue writer, screenwriter and film director, who also wrote columns for the press.
    • 28 July 2005
    • 28 July 2017
    • IRA lays down arms

    • The IRA declares they will cease using arms to reach their political aims for a unification of the country. They prefer to follow a democratic process with their politic wing, Sinn Fein. The final destruction of their arms stocks was to take a little longer than announced.
    • 29 July 1916
    • 29 July 2017
    • Birth of Alice Sapritch

    • Alice Sapritch (1916-1990) was a French actress and singer. She became famous only at the age of 55, when she left her mark in on the public with two roles in 1971: one in a comedy “La Folie des grandeurs”, and the other in a television drama, “Vipère au poing”.
    • 29 July 1981
    • 29 July 2017
    • Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana

    • Some 2,500 guests were invited to Saint Paul's Cathedral in London, for the wedding between the heir to the English throne, Prince Charles, 32, and Lady Diana Spencer, 19. The event was shown on televisions the world over, and followed by around 600 million viewers.
    • 29 July 2007
    • 29 July 2017
    • Death of Michel Serrault

    • Michel Serrault (1928-2007) was a French actor who starred in "La Cage aux Folles" before becoming one of the key figures of French cinema. He was able to play different roles from comedy to dark characters.
    • 30 July 1948
    • 30 July 2017
    • Birth of Jean Reno

    • Jean Reno has become one of French cinema's s leading actors, running the gamut of registers. He worked with France's top actors and directors before he was invited to Hollywood, where he became one of the few French actors to enjoy a truly international career.
    • 30 July 2007
    • 30 July 2017
    • Death of Michelangelo Antonioni

    • The Italian film director (1912-2007) was best-known for "L'Avventura", "The Night”, "Eclipse" and "Blow up". He won numerous awards, including an Oscar for his career in 1995 and the Golden Lion in Venice in 1997.
    • 30 July 2007
    • 30 July 2017
    • Death of Ingmar Bergman

    • A major Swedish film director and stage director, Ingmar Bergman (1918-2007) is the only film director to have the won the “Palm of Palms”. He made 54 films, and directed 126 stage plays and 39 radio plays.
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