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- Mutongi weBhiriitani anorambidza kudzoserwa kwaJulian Assange kuAmerika, uku Mekisiko ichimupa hupoteri.
- Muganhu uri pakati peKatar neSaudhi Arabhiya unovhurwazve.
Ndira 6 - Vatsigiri veMutungamiri Donald Trump vanorwisa United States Capitol, vachivhiringidza humbowo hwesarudzo dzemutungamiri wenyika dzemuna 2020 nekumanikidza Congress kuti ibude. Vanhu vashanu vanofa panguva yemhirizhonga, kusanganisira mupurisa uye mukadzi anopfurwa ndokuurayiwa mukati meChivakwa cheCapitol. Chiitiko ichi chakarongerwa sekurwiswa kwemagandanga epamba uye chinopa kutongwa kwenyika dzese.
- Lao People's Revolutionary Party inosarudza Thongloun Sisoulith saGeneral Secretary wayo mutsva, achitsiva mukuru anenge abva pamudyandigere Bounnhang Vorachith. Sisoulith anosarudzwa kwenguva yemakore mashanu semutungamiri wepamusoro muLaos.
- COVID-19 pandemic: Huwandu hwepasirese hwekufa kubva kuCOVID-19 hunopfuura mazanazana.
Ndira 29 - COVID-19 pandemic: European Union inosheedzera Chinyorwa 16 cheMaondzanyemba eIreland Protocol zvichitevera mutsetse pamusoro peiyo COVID-19 mishonga yekudzivirira isati yadzosera danho.
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Chikunguru 23 – Nyamavhuvhu 8 - Mitambo yeOlympics yeZhizha 2020 yakarongerwa kuitirwa muTokiyo, Japani. Pakutanga dzakarongerwa 24 Chikunguru - 9 Nyamavhuvhu 2020, asi dzakamiswa nekuda kwePandemic reCOVID-19.
Gunyana 11 - United States ichabvisa mauto ayo asara mazana maviri nemazana mashanu kubva kuAfuganastani pagore rechi20 rekurwiswa kwakaitwa Kurwisa kweGunyana 11, zvichipedza kubatanidzwa kwavo muHondo muAfuganastani.
- Sarudzo yeParamende ye2021 yeHaiti yakarongerwa kuitwa.
- Sarudzo yeMutemo ye2021 yeRashiya yakarongerwa kuitwa.
Gumiguru 5 - Roscosmos ichavhura iyo Soyuz MS-19 mishoni, ichatakura Expedition 66 crewmember uye vaviri Channel One Russia vashandi kuenda kuInternational Space Station. Vaviri veChannel Poshi vashandi vachaita Principal mifananidzo huru mufirimu Vyzov vari pachiteshi.
Gumiguru 6-10 - Iwo 2021 UEFA Nations League Finals akarongerwa kuitirwa kuItari. Pakutanga dzakarongerwa 2-6 Chikumi 2021, asi dzakaendeswa kuna 6-10 Gumiguru 2021 zvichitevera kusetwa patsva kweEFAFA Euro 2020 kusvika Chikumi naChikunguru 2021 nekuda kwePandemic reCOVID-19.
Gumiguru 16 - Maodzanyemba eSouthwest Research Institute aLucy anotangisa, kutanga rwendo rwemakore gumi nemaviri ekushanyira maasteroid matanhatu akasiyana, kusanganisira mashanu kubva kune akange asati amboongororwa maJupiter trojans.
Mbudzi 1 –12 - Iyo 2021 UN Yekushanduka Kwemamiriro ekunze Musangano yakarongerwa kuitirwa muGlasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. Pakutanga zvakange zvakarongerwa 9-20 Mbudzi 2020, asi yakamiswa nekuda kwePandemic reCOVID-19.
Mbudzi 24 - Iyo Applied Physics Laboratory's Double Asteroid Redirection Test ichavhura. Iyo mishoni ichaita nemaune yakakwira-velocity kukanganisa neiyo minor-planet moon Dimorphos kudzidza asteroid kukanganisa maitiro ekudzivirira. Chadenga chinoshandisa gore kufamba munzira kuenda kumwedzi zvisati zvaitika.
Zvita 8 - Roscosmos uye Space Adventures ichaparura musangano weSoyuz MS-20, unozotakura vashandi vatatu ve EP-20 kuenda kuInternational Space Station kwemazuva gumi nemaviri vasati vadzokera kuNyika.
Zvita 19 - Iyo Hong Kong Special Administration Dunhu muChayina yakarongerwa kuita Sarudzo (election) yeDare reMitemo. Yakanga yakarongerwa 6 Gunyana 2020, asi yakamiswa nekuda kwePandemic reCOVID-19.
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