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April 2002

                   

April 2002: January – February – March – April – May – June – July – August – September – October – November – December

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  Events

  April 5, 2002

  April 6, 2002

  April 7, 2002

  April 11, 2002

  • Ten nations deposit their ratifications for the International Criminal Court at a United Nations ceremony, bringing the total to 66, well above the 60 needed to bring the Statute into force. The ICC will therefore come into force on 1 July 2002.
  • More than half a million people march on the streets of Caracas protesting against the Venezuelan government.
  • An empty American Airlines jet parked outside a hangar at Los Angeles International Airport trolls through a fence before coming to a stop on a service road.

  April 12, 2002

  April 13, 2002

Left Handers' Day

  April 14, 2002

  April 18, 2002

  • A small aircraft crashes on the Pirelli building in Milan, Italy, killing two women.

  April 21, 2002

  • Extreme-right candidate Jean-Marie Le Pen qualifies for second round of French Presidential Elections. Right-wing incumbent Jacques Chirac places first. Socialist prime minister Lionel Jospin places third and announces his retirement from politics. Thousands take to the street all over France to protest against Le Pen.

  April 22, 2002

  April 25, 2002

Singer/rapper Lisa Lopes, better known as "Left Eye" of the group TLC, dies in a car accident in Honduras.

  April 26, 2002

  • In Erfurt, Germany, a nineteen-year-old runs amok at his high school, killing 13 teachers, two other pupils, a police officer and himself. The event sparks a discussion about stricter weapons laws in Germany, and about banning violent computer games and movies.

  April 28, 2002

   
               

 

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