World News of July 2023 in 3 Minutes

During the month of July 2023 we witnessed various events all around the world in terms of politics, social movements, military conflicts and economic developments. Here are the most significant world news from July 2023.



Here is a list of the top world news of July 2023 in chronological order and their respective sources:

Jul-1French Police Say ‘We’re At War With Vermin’ As Nationwide Riots Spread Like CancerSource
Jul-3French Nationalists Started Patrolling the Streets of LyonSource
Jul-4Fourth of July Fireworks Light Up Major Cities in the USASource
Jul-5Secret Service Says Cocaine Was Found at White HouseSource
Jul-6Russian Jets Confront US Drones Over SyriaSource
Jul-7French Cops Can Now Secretly Activate Phone Cameras Microphones and GPS to Spy on CitizensSource
Jul-8US to Send Ukraine Cluster Munitions NATO Makes Membership PledgeSource
Jul-9Nearly 1.000 Arrested In Largest-Ever UK Organized Crime BustSource
Jul-10Turkey Agrees to Back Sweden’s NATO Bid in Boost To AllianceSource
Jul-11Israel Protests Flare Over Netanyahu’s New Supreme Court BillSource
Jul-12Gen. Randy George Is Now Army Chief In WaitingSource
Jul-13India Considers Banning Most Rice Exports on Inflation FearsSource
Jul-14Secret Service Concludes White House Cocaine Investigation Without Any ResultSource
Jul-15Kennedy Accuses Biden of Preparing for ‘War with Russia’Source
Jul-16Turkey Hikes Fuel Tax by 200% to Finance Earthquake DamagesSource
Jul-17Black Sea Grain Deal Expires After Russia QuitsSource
Jul-18N. Korea Detains American Soldier After He Crosses DMZSource
Jul-20CMT Pulls Jason Aldean’s Controversial ‘Try That In a Small Town’ VideoSource
Jul-2215 Leopards 20 Bradleys Destroyed In One Day Says PutinSource
Jul-23Rhodes Wildfire Forces Thousands of Evacuations Tourists FleeSource
Jul-24Netanyahu’s Gov. Passes Law Weakening Israel’s JudgesSource
Jul-25Musk Explains Twitter RebrandingSource
Jul-27First Locally Acquired Malaria Cases Diagnosed in 20 Years in USSource
Jul-28US Drops Campaign Finance Charges Against FTX FounderSource
Jul-29US Turning Taiwan Into ‘Powder Keg’ Claims Chinese OfficialsSource
Jul-30Suicide Bomb at Political Rally in Pakistan Kills at Least 40 Injuries 130Source
Jul-31Manchester United and Adidas Agree to 10-year $1.1B Supply PartnershipSource


The below collage provides a good summary as a snapshot regarding what happened throughout this month:

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