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This part of the timeline of Three World Orders describes the events after the collapse of NATO and EU.
January 1: The referendum about the adoption of euro in Slovakia fails - only 12% voted for the adoption.
January 3: Israel launches a ground invasion on Gaza Strip as the Gaza War enters its second week.
January 7: Russia shuts off all gas supplies to Europe through Ukraine. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin publicly endorses the move and urges greater international involvement in the energy dispute.
January 21: Israel captures the Gaza Strip. Tens of thousands of civilians begin to move to nearby Egypt.
January 26: Greece leaves the European Union.
February 1: The Russian government falls; Liberal Democratic Party of Russia and Russian National Party take over.
February 16: Darfur proclaims independence from Sudan.
March 2: The President of Guinea-Bissau, João Bernardo Vieira, is assassinated during an armed attack on his residence in Bissau.
March 25: Guinea annexes Guinea-Bissau, which leads to large protests in Bissau that lasted for over 2 months.
March 30: Albania joins the NATO.
April 3: North Korea begins the production of Rodong-1, Rodong-2 and Rodong-3 MRBMs.
April 6: A 6.3 magnitude earthquake strikes near L'Aquila, Italy, killing nearly 500 and injuring more than 2,100.
April 19: Russia annexes Belarus.
May 4: North Korea tests the L-450 ICBM.
May 31: Scotland declares independence from the UK after the independence referendum that resulted in 61,2% voting in favor of the independence.
June 13: Following the reelection of Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, supporters of defeated candidate Mir-Hossein Mousavi accuse the government of fraud, and launch a series of sustained protests.
June 15: Large anti-government protests are launched in China.
July 1: Beginning of the Black Decade - European Union collapses.
July 5: Over 400 are killed when a few thousand ethnic Uyghurs target local Han Chinese during major rioting in Ürümqi, Xinjiang.
July 11: Uyghur Republic declares independence from China, which results in a bloody war with over 50,000 dead.
August 2: NATO collapses; Wales declares independence from the UK.
September 11: USA launches an attack on North Korea, which couldn't react because the nuclear weapons were destroyed by spies from Japan and South Korea.
September 29: An 8.3-magnitude earthquake triggers a tsunami near the Samoan Islands. Many communities and harbors in Samoa and American Samoa are destroyed, and at least 216 are killed.
September 30: A 7.6-magnitude earthquake strikes just off the coast of Sumatra, killing around 1,000 in Indonesia.
October 2: UK is disbanded; Cornwall, Isle of Man and England declare independence and Ireland annexes Northern Ireland.
October 11: Hungarian police expels all of Romanians from Hungary. Romania then closes its border towards Hungary and expels all of Hungarians to Moldavia.
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December 4: Drvar, Bosansko Grahovo, Glamoč and Bosanski Petrovac municipalities become a part of Republika Srpska.
January 12: A 7.0-magnitude earthquake occurs in Haiti, devastating the nation's capital, Port-au-Prince. With a confirmed death toll over 380,000 it is one of the deadliest on record.