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    2003 ( MMIII) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar, the 2003rd year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 3rd year of the 3rd millennium and the 21st century, and the 4th year of the 2000s decade. 2003 was designated the International Year of the Fresh Water. [1]

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    January 1 – Pascal Couchepin becomes President of the Confederation in Switzerland.
    February 1 – Space Shuttle Columbia was destroyed during re-entry. All seven astronauts on board died.
    February 4 the Hindu minority of Bnagladesh declare the sovereign state of Bangabhumi, recognised by UNPO.
    July 10 – Wikibooks, a project of the Wikimedia Foundation, was created.

    January

    1. January 12 – Maurice Gibb, British musician (Bee Gees) (b. 1949) 2. January 12 – Leopoldo Galtieri, 44th President of Argentina (b. 1926) 3. January 17 – Richard Crenna, American actor (b. 1926) 4. January 20 – Al Hirschfeld, American cartoonist (b. 1903)

    February

    1. February 1 – Crew of Space Shuttle Columbia: Rick D. Husband, William C. McCool, Michael P. Anderson, Ilan Ramon, Kalpana Chawla, David M. Brown, Laurel Clark 2. February 14 – Dolly the Sheep, cloned mammal (b. 1996) 3. February 27 – Fred Rogers, American children's television host (b. 1928)

    March

    1. March 2 – Hank Ballard, American R&B recording artist; singer and songwriter (b. 1927) 2. March 8 – Adam Faith, English singer, actor and financial journalist (b. 1940) 3. March 12 – Zoran Đinđić, Prime Minister of Serbia (b. 1952)

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    Kalenderübersicht 2003 Karte mit allen verlinkten Seiten: OSM | WikiMap Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Ereignisse 1.1 Politik 1.1.1 Januar 1.1.2 Februar 1.1.3 März 1.1.4 April 1.1.5 Mai 1.1.6 Juni 1.1.7 Juli 1.1.8 August 1.1.9 September 1.1.10 Oktober 1.1.11 November 1.1.12 Dezember 1.2 Wirtschaft 1.3 Bildung, Wissenschaft und Technik 1.4 Kultur 1.4.1 Musik

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    Federal government

    1. President: George W. Bush (R-Texas) 2. Vice President: Dick Cheney (R-Wyoming) 3. Chief Justice: William Rehnquist (Wisconsin) 4. Speaker of the House of Representatives: Dennis Hastert (R-Illinois) 5. Senate Majority Leader: Tom Daschle (D-South Dakota) (until January 3), Bill Frist (R-Tennessee) (starting January 3) 6. Congress: 107th (until January 3), 108th(starting January 3)

    January

    1. January – Sky marshalsare introduced on U.S. airlines in an attempt to prevent hijackings. 2. January 3 2.1. The 108th United States Congress is sworn in, including incoming freshmen Senators Saxby Chambliss (R-GA), Lindsey Graham (R-SC), John Sununu (R-NH), Lamar Alexander (R-TN), Elizabeth Dole (R-NC), Norm Coleman (R-MN), and Mark Pryor(D-AR). 2.2. The Ohio State University defeats the University of Miami in double-overtime in the Fiesta Bowl, 31–24, for the national Bowl Championship S...

    February

    1. February 1 – STS-107: Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrates over Texas upon re-entry, killing all seven astronautson board. 2. February 3 – John W. Snow is sworn in as the new Secretary of Treasury, succeeding Paul O'Neill.[citation needed] 3. February 4 – Four-year-old Sofia Juarez disappears in Kennewick, Washington. 4. February 5 – Iraq disarmament crisis: U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell addresses the UN Security Councilon Iraq. 5. February 7 – An unsuccessful attempt is made to con...

    March

    1. March 1 1.1. The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, the United States Customs Service, and the United States Secret Service move to the United States Department of Homeland Security. 1.2. The Turkish parliament vetoes U.S. troop access to airbases in Turkey in order to attack Iraq from the north. The Bush administration starts working on Plan B, namely attacking Iraq from the south, through the Persian Gulf. 2. March 5 – Lockyer v. Andrade, Ewing v. California: In two separate opinio...

    January

    1. January 1 – Nikhil Kumar, table tennis player 2. January 2 – Cyrus Arnold, actor 3. January 3 3.1. Mitchell Budler, soccer player 3.2. Joseph Zalinsky, soccer player 4. January 4 4.1. Aleah Finnegan, gymnast 4.2. Jaeden Martell, actor 5. January 5 – Sean Bettenhausen, soccer player 6. January 6 – MattyBRaps, singer/songwriter, rapper, and dancer 7. January 7 – Abel Mendoza, soccer player 8. January 9 8.1. Tyler Freeman, soccer player 8.2. Ricardo Pepi, soccer player 9. January 11 – Sota Ki...

    February

    1. February 1 – Sydney Mikayla, actress 2. February 2 – Dusty Henricksen, freestyle snowboarder 3. February 4 – Kyla Kenedy, actress 4. February 5 – Anthony Ramos, soccer player 5. February 10 5.1. Max Christie, basketball player 5.2. Mauricio Cuevas, soccer player 5.3. Sebastian Hernandez, soccer player 6. February 13 – Tyler Wolff, soccer player 7. February 15 – Tamari Davis, sprinter 8. February 16 8.1. Matthew Edwards, soccer player 8.2. Kayden Pierre, soccer player 9. February 20 9.1. Kr...

    March

    1. March 1 – Cesar Cuellar, soccer player 2. March 6 – Millicent Simmonds[citation needed], actress 3. March 8 3.1. Montana Jordan, actor 3.2. Gavin Krenecki, soccer player 3.3. Ethan Peters, beauty blogger, makeup artist, and social media personality (d. 2020) 4. March 9 4.1. Andres Cardenas, soccer player 4.2. Sunisa Lee, gymnast 5. March 10 5.1. Sebastian Nava, soccer player 5.2. Gabriella Pizzolo, actress and singer 5.3. Elijah Wynder, soccer player 6. March 11 – Mikaela Jenkins, Paralymp...

    January

    1. January 3 – Sid Gillman, American football player, coach and executive (b. 1911) 2. January 4 – Sabine Ulibarrí, poet and critic (b. 1919) 3. January 11 – Richard Simmons, actor (b. 1913) 4. January 12 – Dean Amadon, ornithologist (b. 1912) 5. January 15 – Doris Fisher, singer and songwriter (b. 1915) 6. January 17 – Richard Crenna, actor (b. 1926) 7. January 20 7.1. Al Hirschfeld, cartoonist (b. 1903) 7.2. Craig Kelly, snowboarder (b. 1966) 8. January 23 – Nell Carter, singer and actress...

    February

    1. February 1 – crew of the Space Shuttle Columbia on mission STS-107: 1. 1.1. Michael P. Anderson, astronaut (b. 1959) 1.2. David M. Brown, astronaut and physician (b. 1956) 1.3. Kalpana Chawla, India-born American astronaut and aerospace engineer (b. 1961) 1.4. Laurel Clark, astronaut and physician (b. 1961) 1.5. Rick Husband, commander astronaut (b. 1957) 1.6. William McCool, astronaut (b. 1961) 1.7. Ilan Ramon, Israeli fighter pilot and astronaut (b. 1954) 1. February 2 – Lou Harrison, Am...

    March

    1. March 2 – Hank Ballard, American singer and songwriter (b. 1927) 2. March 3 – Ann A. Bernatitus, American U.S. Navy nurse (b. 1912) 3. March 9 – Stan Brakhage, American filmmaker (b. 1933) 4. March 12 4.1. Howard Fast, American novelist (b. 1914) 4.2. Lynne Thigpen, American actress (b. 1948) 5. March 14 – Amanda Davis, American writer and teacher (b. 1971) 6. March 16 – Rachel Corrie, American activist and diarist (b. 1979) 7. March 20 – Sailor Art Thomas, American bodybuilder and wrestle...

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    The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King grossed more than $1.14 billion, making it the highest-grossing film in 2003 worldwide and in North America and the second-highest-grossing film up to that time. It was also the second film to surpass the billion-dollar milestone after Titanic in 1997.

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