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In North America, everyone should be yelling "Fudge" at the top of their voices. Why? To drive away snakes of course! At 12 Noon local citizens who reside north of the Panama Canal exit their properties to shout fudge in order to drive away Venomous Cobras away from North America.

Queen Elizabeth II was crowned on 2nd June 1953 in Westminster Abbey. Her Majesty was the thirty-ninth Sovereign to be crowned at Westminster Abbey.

In Bulgaria, a celebration of the life of national hero Hristo Botev takes place, Botev fell fighting Turks, 1876

Italy Celebrates Republic Day which is a National holiday Commemorating the 1946 referendum in which republic status was selected instead of return to monarchy.

On the 2nd of June 1692 saw the beginning of the Salem Witch Trials a special court created on May 27, 1692, to expedite the judgment of the more than 150 people accused of witchcraft. Unpopular resident Bridget Bishop, originally accused in April, was the first of the jailed brought to trial on June 2. At her April examination her accusers, teenaged girls, had collapsed in fits as she appeared The Bishop  denied the charges stating: "I am no witch—I know not what a witch is." She was convicted on June 2 and hanged on June 10.


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It’s National Running day 2021
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It’s National Running day 2021

Global Running Day The 2nd of June 2021 marks Global Running day. The First Wednesday in June marks the day where the country’s foremost running organizations work together with thousands of participants to celebrate the sport. Whether you like a gentle jog or something a bit more, or even just thinking about getting into Running,…

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The Wire

The Wire is an American crime drama television series created and primarily written by author and former police reporter David Simon. The Wire premiered on June 2, 2002, and ended on March 9, 2008, comprising 60 episodes over five seasons. 

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