Channel 57 News covers events in the present day in the world of Invasion Iran.
April 7, 2010: In Russian Kyrgystan a riot occurs in Bishek about the alleged corrupt republic government. Russian troops are sent to restore order.
April 20, 2010: In the Gulf of Mexico the oil rig Deepwater Horizon exploded, killing 11. People living near the Gulf of Mexico believes Cuba is the cause, but Cuba denies the action.
May 10, 2010: In Southern Chinese Communist Empire floods kill 211 and 119 people are missing. Chinese president Hu Jintao vows to restore the area.
May 26, 2010: The Indochina Liberation Corps bomb a building in Yangon, Burma, killing 6 and wounding 15.
June 11, 2010: The 2010 FIFA World Cup begins in the North Africa Union. Morocco ties Mexico 1-1.
June 23, 2010: General Stanley A. McChrystal, a US leader during the Israel War and Operation Enduring Freedom - Iran, resigns from command of all troops in the Afghanistan State in the Middle East Republic.
June 30, 2010: The Democratic Republic of Congo celebrates its 50th year of independence.
July 1, 2010: Christian Wulff is elected president of Germany.
July 9, 2010: The US and Russia announce a spy swap where the US will give Russia 11 Russian spies while Russia gives the US four of US spies.
July 11, 2010: Spain wins the 2010 FIFA World Cup by beating the Netherlands 1-0.
July 11, 2010: A total solar eclipse occurs over the Pacific Ocean.
July 23, 2010: In quick concession 4 earthquakes strike the Philippines.
July 24, 2010: In Duisberg, Germany, a stampede during the Love Parade kills 19 and injures 342.