This Week in His­tory

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July 23, 2006

The Kur­dish fa­mous writer and lawyer, Jar­jees Fathul­lah, died in July 23, 2006.

July 24, 1923

The Treaty of Lau­sanne was signed in Lau­sanne, Switzer­land in July 23, 1923. It of­fi­cially ended the state of war that had ex­isted be­tween Turkey and the Al­lied Bri­tish Em­pire, French Repub­lic, King­dom of Italy, Em­pire of Ja­pan, King­dom of Greece,King­dom of Ro­ma­nia, and Serb-Croat-Slovene State since the on­set of World War I.

July 25, 2006

The Kur­dish Na­tional and Cul­tural Cen­ter was founded in Duhok in July 25, 2006. July 26, 1994 Col­lege Of Arts at the Duhok Univer­sity was opened in Duhok in city in July 26, 1994.

July 27, 2003

A del­e­ga­tion from Kur­dis­tan Re­gional Govern­ment headed by Nechir­van Barzani vis­ited Ja­pan in July 27, 2003.

July 27, 2003

The strate­gic Agree­ment be­tween Kur­dis­tan Demo­cratic Party and Pa­tri­otic Union of Kur­dis­tan was signed in July 27, 2007.

July 28, 1914

World War I (WWI), which was a global war cen­tered in Europe, be­gan on 28 July 1914 and lasted un­til 11 Novem­ber 1918. It was pre­dom­i­nantly called the World War or the Great War from its oc­cur­rence un­til the start of World War II in 1939, and the First World War or World War I there­after.

July 29, 2007

Iraqi Foot­ball Team clinched their first Asian Cup vic­tory with a 1-0 win over Saudi Ara­bia in Jakarta in July 28, 2007. Cap­tain Younes Mah­moud planted in a tow­er­ing header for the win­ner af­ter Saudi keeper Yasser Al Mo­sailem flailed de­spair­ingly at a cor­ner.

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