Fourth Quarter 2011

This includes events of October 2011, November 2011, and December 2011.

  • October 2011
  • November 2011
  • December 2011
   

October 2011

October[edit]October 4 2011 Mogadishu bombing: 100[62] people are killed in a car bombing in the Somali capital Mogadishu.[63] The death toll from the flooding of Cambodia's Mekong River and attendant flash floods reaches 207.[64][65] October 18 – Israel and the Palestinian militant organization Hamas begin a major prisoner swap, in which the captured Israeli Army soldier Gilad Shalit is released by Hamas in exchange for 1,027 Palestinian and Israeli-Arab prisoners held in Israel, including 280 prisoners serving life sentences for planning and perpetrating terror attacks.[66][67][68] October 20 Arab Spring and the Libyan civil war: Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is killed in Sirte, with National Transitional Council forces taking control of the city, and ending the war.[69][70][71][72] Basque separatist militant organisation ETA declares an end to its 43-year campaign of political violence, which has killed over 800 people since 1968.[73] October 23 – A magnitude 7.2 Mw earthquake jolts eastern Turkey near the city of Van, killing 604 people, and damaging about 2,200 buildings.[74] October 27 – After an emergency meeting in Brussels, the European Union announces an agreement to tackle the European sovereign debt crisis which includes a writedown of 50% of Greek bonds, a recapitalisation of European banks and an increase of the bailout fund of the European Financial Stability Facility totaling to €1 trillion.[75][76] October 31 Date selected by the UN as the symbolic date when global population reaches seven billion.[77] UNESCO admitted Palestine as a member, following a vote in which 107 member states supported and 14 opposed.[78]

November 2011

November[edit]November 26 – The Mars Science Laboratory rover Curiosity, the most elaborate Martian exploration vehicle to date, is launched from the Kennedy Space Center. It lands on Mars on August 6, 2012.[79][80][81]

December 2011

December[edit]December 15 – The United States formally declares an end to the Iraq War. While this ends the insurgency, it begins another.[82][83][84][85][86] December 16 – Tropical Storm Washi causes 1,268 flash flood fatalities in the Philippines, with 85 people officially listed as missing.[87] December 29 – Samoa and Tokelau move from east to west of the International Date Line, thereby skipping December 30, in order to align their time zones better with their main trading partners.[87]

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