21 November in History : Major Events

2005Ariel Sharon, The Prime Minister of Israel, declares his resignation from Likud and his intent to form a new party, asking the President of Israel to call a general election.
2006A passenger train and a freight train collide Arnhem station in the Netherlands , which wounds 31 people. Police arrests the driver of the freight train, who apparently overlooked a red signal.
2007The Nigerian Army is organized in Kano State after six people have been reported dead in conflicts during local elections.
2008Due to decreasing automobile sales, Toyota cuts its Japanese temporary staff by 50 percent from 6,000 to 3,000.
2009According to a research, Homo floresiensis, is a distinct species that was discovered in the year 2003. It is not a previously known species with dwarfism or microcephaly.
2010An explosion at a chemical factory at Yushe county, North China's Shanxi province, leads to the death of 3 people.
2011Three most senior surviving members of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime are being tried on charges of genocide and wrongdoings against humankind.
2012A truce between Israel and Hamas, comes into effect. It was declared by Mohamed KamelAmr, the Egyptian Foreign Minister and Hillary Clinton, US Secretary of State.
2013According to officials of Pakistan, American drone attack on an Islamic seminary led to the death of 6 people, including two Afghan Taliban leaders and a leader of the Haqqani network.
2014As per reports from the World Health Organization an epidemic of bubonic plague in Madagascar has killed 40 people.

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