Here’s a look at what happened on this day, 04 July, throughout history. We remember the news, events, and people that influenced the course of history forever.


2012 | The discovery of particles consistent with the Higgs boson at the Large Hadron Collider was announced at CERN.

2009 | The Statue of Liberty’s crown was reopened to the public after eight years of closure due to security concerns following the September 11 attacks.

2009 | The first of four days of bombings began on the southern Philippine island group of Mindanao.

2004 | Greece beat Portugal in the UEFA Euro 2004 Final and became European Champion for the first time in its history.

2001 | Vladivostock Air Flight 352 crashed on approach to Irkutsk Airport all 145 people on board were killed.

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1973 | Russian ice dancer and coach, Anjelika Krylova.

1936 | Polish soprano and actress, Zdzisſawa Donat.

1990 | American ice hockey player, Jake Gardiner.

1986 | Dutch footballer, Willem Janssen.

1952 | Colombian lawyer and politician, 39th President of Colombia, Álvaro Uribe.


1916 | American soldier and poet, Alan Seeger, 26.

2009 | Congolese poet and politician, Jean-Baptiste Tati Loutard, 71.

1754 | French playwright and author, Philippe Néricault Destouches, 74.

2015 | Bulgarian judge and politician, Nedelcho Beronov, 87.

1974 | English author, Georgette Heyer, 72.


1954 | West Germany beat Hungary 3-2 on this day in the World Cup final in Switzerland.

2015 | Chile defeated Argentina and claimed its first title in international soccer in the 2015 Copa América Final.


2018 | Universal Pictures released “The First Purge” film on this day in the United States.


Rusumo Waterfalls was discovered in 1894 by German explorer Gustav Adolf Von Gotzen during his safari to Tanzania crossing over to Rwanda.

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