Swimmers Nguyen Tien Dat
Nguyen Tien Dat
Living place: Ho Chi Minh
Birthday: ?-?-2003 (20 years old)
Population of Vietnam 2003: 80,47 millions
Global rank: #91054
Phone number: updating
Nguyen Tien Dat is a young and very talented student. He was called to the Vietnam Diving Team twice to participate in SEA Games 31.32 and excellently won the Gold Medal overall. Currently, the young student is studying in the second year of Mathematics and Economics at the University of Economics and Law (VNU HCMC).
Nguyen Tien Dat birthday ?-?-2003 (at the age of 20).
Where is Swimmers Nguyen Tien Dat's birth place, what is Zodiac/Chinese Zodiac?
Nguyen Tien Dat was born in Ho Chi Minh, of Vietnam. Mr, whose Zodiac is (don't know), and who Chinese Zodiac is The Goat. Nguyen Tien Dat's global rank is 91054 and whose rank is 176 in list of famous Swimmers. Population of Vietnam in 2003 is about 80,47 millions persons.
Athlete Nguyen Tien Dat has excellently won the 32nd SEA Games gold medal
Nguyen Tien Dat won a scholarship for high achievements in study
Nguyen Tien Dat always tries his best in competition and training.
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Events in 2003 and 31-2
Events in the world in the birth year of Nguyen Tien Dat
- North Korea withdraws from treaty on the nonproliferation of nuclear weapons (Jan. 10).
- In State of the Union address, Bush announces that he is ready to attack Iraq even without a UN mandate (Jan. 28). (For an account of the U.S. build-up to war in Iraq, see News of the Nation, 2003.)
- Ariel Sharon elected Israeli prime minister (Jan. 29).
- Nine-week general strike in Venezuela calling for President Chavez's resignation ends in defeat (Feb. 2).
- U.S. Secretary of State Powell presents Iraq war rationale to UN, citing its WMD as imminent threat to world security (Feb. 5).
- U.S. and Britain launch war against Iraq (March 19). See also Iraq war timeline.
- Baghdad falls to U.S. troops (April 9).
- First Palestinian prime minister, Mahmoud Abbas, sworn in (April 29).
- U.S.-backed "road map" for peace proposed for Middle East (April 30). Background
- The U.S. declares official end to combat operations in Iraq (May 1).
- Terrorists strike in Saudi Arabia, killing 34 at Western compound; Al-Qaeda suspected (May 12).
- Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi again placed under house arrest by military regime (May 30).
- International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) discovers Iran's concealed nuclear activities and calls for intensified inspections (June 18).
- Palestinian militant groups announce ceasefire toward Israel (June 29).
- Liberia's autocratic president Charles Taylor forced to leave civil-war ravaged country (Aug. 11). Background
- NATO assumes control of peacekeeping force in Afghanistan (Aug. 11). Background
- Libya accepts blame for 1988 bombing of flight over Lockerbie, Scotland; agrees to pay $2.7 billion to the families of the 270 victims (Aug. 15).
- Suicide bombing destroys UN headquarters in Baghdad, killing 24, including top envoy Sergio Vieira de Mello (Aug. 19).
- Palestinian suicide bombing in Jerusalem kills 20 Israelis, including 6 children (Aug. 19).
- After Israel retaliates for suicide bombing by killing top member of Hamas, militant Palestinian groups formally withdraw from cease-fire in effect since June 29 (Aug. 24).
- Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas resigns; "road map" to peace effectively collapses (Sept. 6). Background
- The Bush administration reverses policy, agreeing to transfer power to an interim Iraqi government in early 2004 (Nov. 14).
- Suicide bombers attack two synagogues in Istanbul, Turkey, killing 25 (Nov. 15).
- Another terrorist attack in Istanbul kills 26 (Nov. 20). Al-Qaeda suspected in both. See suspected al-Qaeda terrorist attacks.
- Georgian president Eduard Shevardnadze resigns after weeks of protests (Nov. 23).
- Paul Martin succeeds Jean Chretien as Canadian prime minister (Dec. 12).
- Saddam Hussein is captured by American troops (Dec. 13).
- Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi announces he will give up weapons program (Dec. 19).