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  1. El decenio de los 2000, los años 2000, o década de los 2000, comprenden el periodo de tiempo que va desde el 1 de enero de 2000, hasta el 31 de diciembre de 2009. La década fue declarada Decenio Internacional de una cultura de paz y no violencia para los niños del mundo por la ONU. 1 . El decenio de los años 2000 estuvo marcado por la ...

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    The 2000s (pronounced "two-thousands"; shortened to the '00s and known as the aughts or noughties) was a decade that began on January 1, 2000, and ended on December 31, 2009. The early part of the decade saw the long predicted breakthrough of economic giant China, which had double-digit growth during nearly the whole decade.

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  4. 2000 ( MM) fue un año bisiesto comenzado en sábado en el calendario gregoriano. Fue también el número 2000 anno Dómini o de la designación de Era Cristiana, además el primer año de la primera década del siglo XXI, del siglo XXI y del tercer milenio primer año del decenio de los años 2000 . El "Y2K".

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    January

    1. January 6 – The last natural Pyrenean ibexis found dead, apparently killed by a falling tree. 2. January 10 – America Online announces an agreement to purchase Time Warnerfor $162 billion (the largest-ever corporate merger). 3. January 14 3.1. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closes at 11,722.98 (at the peak of the Dot-com bubble). 3.2. The United Nations' International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia sentences five Bosnian Croatsto up to 25 years in prison for the 1993 killing...

    February

    1. February 5 – Second Chechen War: Novye Aldi massacre– Russian forces summarily execute 56-60 civilians in a suburb of Grozny. 2. February 6 – Second Chechen War: Battle of Grozny (1999–2000) ends as Russian forces conclude capture of the Chechen capital Grozny. 3. February 9 – Torrential rains in Africa lead to the worst flooding in Mozambiquein 50 years, which lasts until March and kills 800 people. 4. February 21 – UNESCO holds the inaugural celebration of International Mother Language D...

    March

    1. March 10 – The NASDAQ Composite Index reaches an all-time high of 5,048. Two weeks later, the NASDAQ-100, S&P 500, and Wilshire 5000reach their peaks prior to the Dot-com bubble, ending a bull market run that had lasted over 17 years. 2. March 12 2.1. Pope John Paul II apologizes for the wrongdoings by members of the Roman Catholic Churchthroughout the ages. 2.2. A Zenit-3SL sea launch fails due to a software bug. 3. March 13 – The United States dollar becomes the official currency of Ecua...

    January–March

    1. January 8 – Noah Cyrus, American actress and singer 2. January 19 – Choi Da-bin, South Korean figure skater 3. January 20 – Tyler Herro, American basketball player 4. February 10 – Yara Shahidi, American actress 5. February 20 – Kristóf Milák, Hungarian swimmer 6. March 3 – Harnaaz Sandhu, Indian model, actress and pageant titleholder won Miss Universe 2021 7. March 9 – Khaby Lame, Senegalese-Italian social media personality 8. March 27 – Sophie Nélisse, Canadian actress

    April–June

    1. April 6 – Shaheen Afridi, Pakistani cricketer 2. April 9 – Jackie Evancho, American soprano 3. April 13 – Rasmus Dahlin, Swedish ice hockey player 4. April 23 – Chloe Kim, American snowboarder 5. April 28 – Ellie Carpenter, Australian footballer 6. May 11 – Yuki Tsunoda, Japanese racing driver 7. May 15 – Dayana Yastremska, Ukrainian tennis player 8. May 28 – Taylor Ruck, Canadian swimmer 9. May 30 – Jared S. Gilmore, American actor 10. June 1 – Willow Shields, American actress and dancer...

    July–September

    1. July 1 – Lalu Muhammad Zohri, Indonesian sprinter 2. July 4 – Rikako Ikee, Japanese swimmer 3. July 6 – Zion Williamson, American basketball player 4. July 15 – Paulinho, Brazilian footballer 5. July 18 – Angelina Melnikova, Russian artistic gymnast 6. July 26 – Thomasin McKenzie, New Zealand actress 7. August 8 – Félix Auger-Aliassime, Canadian tennis player 8. August 29 – Julia Grosso, Canadian soccer player 9. September 7 – Ariarne Titmus, Australian swimmer 10. September 26 – Salma bin...

    January

    1. January 2 1.1. Patrick O'Brian, British writer (b. 1914) 1.2. Princess María de las Mercedes of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, mother of King Juan Carlos I (b. 1910) 2. January 3 – Bernhard Wicki, Austrian actor and director (b. 1919) 3. January 4 – Spyros Markezinis, Greek politician, 169th Prime Minister of Greece (b. 1909) 4. January 6 – Alexey Vyzmanavin, Russian chess Grandmaster (b. 1960) 5. January 13 – Antti Hyvärinen, Finnish Olympic ski jumper (b. 1932) 6. January 15 – Željko Ražnatović,...

    February

    1. February 5 – Claude Autant-Lara, French film director (b. 1901) 2. February 7 – Big Pun, American rapper (b. 1971) 3. February 8 3.1. Ion Gheorghe Maurer, Romanian lawyer and politician, 49th Prime Minister of Romania (b. 1902) 3.2. Derrick Thomas, American football player (b. 1967) 4. February 10 – Jim Varney, American actor and comedian (b. 1949) 5. February 11 5.1. Jacqueline Auriol, French aviator (b. 1917) 5.2. Roger Vadim, French film director and producer (b. 1928) 6. February 12 6....

    March

    1. March 2 – Sandra Schmirler, Canadian Olympic curler (b. 1963) 2. March 5 – Lolo Ferrari, French actress and dancer (b. 1963) 3. March 6 – Abraham Waligo, Ugandan politician, 4th Prime Minister of Uganda (b. 1928)[citation needed] 4. March 7 – Charles Gray, English actor (b. 1928) 5. March 11 – Alfred Schwarzmann, German gymnast (b. 1912) 6. March 12 – Mack Robinson, American athlete (b. 1914) 7. March 27 – Ian Dury, British rock musician (b. 1942) 8. March 28 – Anthony Powell, British auth...

    Chemistry – Alan J. Heeger, Alan MacDiarmid, and Hideki Shirakawa
    Economics – James Heckman and Daniel McFadden
    Literature – Gao Xingjian
    Peace – Kim Dae-jung
  6. Nos anos 2000 o mundo assistiu o sucesso de Coldplay com seu primeiro álbum, Parachutes, e principalmente o segundo, A Rush Of Blood To The Head, que vendeu mais de 20 milhões de cópias. Mais dois seguiram no decurso da década, consolidando a banda britânica como um dos conjuntos de música mais bem-sucedidos da século XXI.

  7. A cultura popular considera o ano 2000 como o primeiro ano do século XXI e o terceiro milênio, devido a uma tendência de agrupar os anos em valores decimais, como se o ano zero fosse contado. De acordo com o calendário gregoriano, essas distinções caem para o ano de 2001, pois o primeiro século foi retroativamente dito começar no ano 1.

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