What major world events happened in 1998?

What major world events happened in 1998?

The Year 1998 From The People History

  • What Events Happened in 1998.
  • United States – Google Founded.
  • Ireland – Good Friday Agreement Referendums.
  • Ireland — Good Friday Agreement.
  • France – World Cup.
  • Europe — European Court of Human Rights.
  • Space – International Space Station.
  • Japan Winter Olympics.

What war was happening in 1998?

Second Congo War (1998–2003)

What came out in 1998?

Highest-grossing films

Rank Title Distributor
1 Armageddon Disney
2 Saving Private Ryan Paramount / DreamWorks
3 Godzilla Sony Pictures / TriStar / Toho
4 There’s Something About Mary Fox

What technology was out in 1998?

Microsoft Windows 98 was officially released on June 25, 1998. Perl 5.005 was released on July 22, 1998. Advanced packaging tool was released in August 1998. Apple introduced the iMac in August 1998.

What pop culture events happened in 1998?

Each of the major American studios released a hit which went on to become a classic: DreamWorks reinvented the bible with “The Prince of Egypt,” Disney transformed our lives with “Mulan,” and Pixar’s “A Bug’s Life” — the big winner — grossed more than $360 million worldwide.

What happened 1998 UK?

26 December – Great Boxing Day Storm: severe gale-force winds hit Ireland, southern Scotland and northern England. Roads, railways and electricity are disrupted. 29 December – Killing of British tourists in Yemen: three British tourists are among those shot during a gun battle to free them from kidnappers in Yemen.

What computer was invented in 1998?

The iMac, a range of all-in-one Macintosh desktop computers, is launched.