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Deaths in July, 2004

31 David B. Haight

29 Francis Crick

29 Nafisa Joseph

23 Joe Cahill

23 Mehmood

23 Illinois Jacquet

23 Carlos Paredes

22 Sacha Distel

21 Jerry Goldsmith

21 Neal A. Maxwell

19 J. Gordon Edwards

18 Paul Foot

13 Carlos Kleiber

11 Laurance Rockefeller

9 Isabel Sanford

8 Mike Woodin

6 Thomas Klestil

5 Hugh Shearer

4 Jean-Marie Auberson

4 Andrian Nikolayev

3 John Witmer

2 Gael Turnbull

1 Marlon Brando

1 Richard May

Other recent deaths

Ongoing events

Reconstruction of Iraq

Occupation & Resistance

Trials of top Ba'athists

Darfur conflict in Sudan

Israeli-Palestinian conflict

War on Terrorism

2004 in Afghanistan#JulyUSA 9-11 Commission

Same-sex marriage in the USA

AIDS epidemic

Abu Ghraib investigation

Ongoing wars

Election results in July

18: Boliviamarker: gas referendum

5: Indonesiamarker: president

4: Mexicomarker: three governorships

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  • The World Health Organisation says that six months into its project against AIDS, 440,000 people in developing nations have received antiretroviral drugs. Despite being 60,000 short of its target, the organisation says it is still hopeful of achieving its aim of distributing to 3,000,000 people by the end of 2005 (BBC)


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Vikram Kesoju an Indian birth day

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July 26, 2004

  • The 2004 Democratic National Convention opens in Boston, Massachusettsmarker. (BBC) (Guardian)
  • Violence in Iraq:
    • A suicide bomber attacks near a U.S base in the northern city of Mosulmarker, killing two civilians and an Iraqi security guard. Three U.S soldiers and an Iraqi security guard were wounded.
    • The Iraqi interim Interior Ministry's Deputy Chief of Tribal Affairs, Col. Musab al-Awadi, is assassinated in Baghdadmarker, along with two of his bodyguards.
    • Insurgents kill two Iraqi women working as cleaners for British forces in Basramarker in southern Iraq.
    • Militants threaten to kill two Jordanian truck drivers they captured within 72 hours if their Jordanian employer does not stop doing business with the U.S. military. (AP)
  • The International Maritime Bureau says that deaths due to piracy doubled in the first month of 2004 compared with the same period in 2003, to 30 people. Half of the killings were in Nigerianmarker waters. Despite the increased violence, the total number of piracy attacks fell. In the economically critical Straits of Malaccamarker however, attacks rose by a third. (BBC)


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Francis Crick died at the age of 88.

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