January 22: A bombing in Oslo, Norway injures 70 and kills 14.
January 15: In Egypt, in the African Union, protests and riots are beginning. The riots are the result of many Egyptians wanting to change their Ottoman-dominated government to a democracy. Injuries are in the thousands.
January 1: In Virginia, the Cincinnati Bearcats defeat the Texas Tech Red Raiders to win the NCAA college football National Championship.
December 28: In New Clonfert, the first major blizzard strikes.
December 24: On Christmas Eve, the British Resistance launch another attack on London.
December 20: The African Union sends a peacekeeping force to the Ivory Coast to prevent an upcoming civil war.
December 17: The Ulan Bator-Beijing Railway begins operation after being completed in September.
December 5: In Constantinople, France wins the 2010 Davis Cup, defeating the Ottoman Empire in the final.
November 14: A Scandinavian attack on London rescues hostages taken by the British Resistance.
November 1: The Salt Lake City Wildfire defeat the Oklahoma Ranchers to win the Western Baseball League championship.