What happened on 28 June?

Here’s a look at what happened on this day, 28 June, throughout history. We remember the news, events, and people that influenced the course of history forever.


2016 | A terrorist attack on Istanbul Atatürk Airport in Turkey killed 42 people and injured more than 230 others.

2009 | Honduran President Manuel Zelaya was ousted by the region’s military coup following a failed call for a referendum to rewrite Honduran Constitution. That was the beginning of the 2009 constitutional crisis in Honduras.

2004 | Iraq War: Sovereign power was handed over to the Iraqi transitional government by the Interim Union Authority, ending the US-led US rule.

2001 | Slobodan MiloševiĿ was extradited to the ICTY in The Hague to stand trial.

1989 | In commemoration of the 600th anniversary of the Kosovo War, Slobodan MiloševiĿ delivered the Gazimestan speech at the site of the historic battle.

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1957 | American basketball player and sportscaster, Jim Spanarkel.

1943 | German physicist and academic, Nobel Prize laureate, Klaus von Klitzing.

1950 | Chilean-Swedish economist and politician, Mauricio Rojas.

1942 | American professional bodybuilder and author, Frank Zane.

1966 | American singer-songwriter and guitarist, Bobby Bare Jr.


1913 | Brazilian lawyer and politician, 4th President of Brazil, Manuel Ferraz de Campos Sales,72.

2013 | American sergeant, David Rubitsky, 96.

2003 | American journalist and author, Joan Lowery Nixon, 76.

1984 | Israeli archaeologist, general, and politician, Yigael Yadin, 67.

1975 | American screenwriter, and producer, Rod Serling, 51.


2016 | American women’s college basketball head coach, Pat Summitt died On this day in Knoxville, Tenn at 64 due to Alzheimer’s Disease.


2017 | On this day in North America and the United Kingdom “Baby Driver”  was released and it was premiered at the South by Southwest festival on March 11, 2017.


The highest mountain in Sierra Leone is Mount Bintumani with 1 948m high

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