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  1. 1999 fue un año común comenzado en viernes en el calendario gregoriano. Fue también el número 1999 anno Dómini o de la designación de Era Cristiana, además del noningentésimo nonagésimo noveno del segundo milenio , nonagésimo noveno del siglo XX , penúltimo año de la décima década del siglo XX y el décimo y último del decenio de los años 1990 .

  2. 23 de agosto: Inicia el ciclo 1999-2000 de la SEP. Septiembre [ editar ] 26 de septiembre : En la central de abastos de Celaya , Guanajuato ocurre una explosión de material pirotécnico guardado en bodegas clandestinas dejando un saldo de 73 muertos y 350 heridos.

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    January

    1. January 1 – The euro currency is established and the European Central Bankassumes its full powers. 2. January 3 – The Mars Polar Lander is launched by NASA. 3. January 25 – The 6.2 Mw Armenia, Colombia earthquake hits western Colombia, killing at least 1,900.

    February

    1. February 7 – Abdullah II inherits the throne of Jordan, following the death of his father King Hussein. 2. February 11 – Pluto moves along its eccentric orbit further from the Sun than Neptune. It had been nearer than Neptune since 1979, and will become again in 2231. 3. February 12 – U.S. President Bill Clinton is acquitted in impeachment proceedings in the United States Senate. 4. February 16 4.1. In Uzbekistan, an apparent assassination attempt against President Islam Karimovtakes place...

    March

    1. March 1 1.1. One of four bombs detonated in Lusaka, Zambia, destroys the AngolanEmbassy. 1.2. Rwandan Hutu rebels kill and dismember eight foreign tourists at the Buhoma homestead, Uganda. 1.3. The Convention on the Prohibition of Anti-Personnel Minescomes into force. 2. March 12 – Former Warsaw Pact members Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic join NATO. 3. March 15 – The Santer Commissionof the EU resigns over allegations of corruption. 4. March 21 4.1. Bertrand Piccard and Brian Jone...

    January–February

    1. January 1 1.1. Gianluca Scamacca, Italian soccer player 1.2. Diamond White, American actress, voice artist, and singer 2. January 3 – Amaia Romero, Spanish singer 3. January 4 3.1. Daniel Arzani, Iranian born-Australian soccer player 3.2. Nico Hischier, Swiss ice hockey player 3.3. Collin Sexton, American basketball player 4. January 6 4.1. Polo G, American rapper 4.2. Elena Radionova, Russian figure skater 5. January 8 – Damiano David, Italian singer-songwriter 6. January 9 – Li Zhuhao, C...

    March–April

    1. March 5 1.1. Madison Beer, American singer 1.2. Yeri, South Korean singer 2. March 6 – Abdul Hakim Sani Brown, Japanese athlete 3. March 14 – Marvin Bagley III, American basketball player 4. March 19 – Jack Higgins, Australian rules footballer 5. March 22 – Mick Schumacher, German racing driver 6. March 24 – Arina Openysheva, Russian swimmer 7. March 25 – Jin Ji-hee, South Korean actress 8. April 4 – Sheku Kanneh-Mason, British cellist 9. April 5 – Maria Astashkina, Russian swimmer 10. Apr...

    May–June

    1. May 5 1.1. Justin Kluivert, Dutch footballer 1.2. Nathan Chen, American figure skater 2. May 8 2.1. Maykel Massó, Cuban long jumper 2.2. Rebeca Andrade, Brazilian artistic gymnast 3. May 11 – Sabrina Carpenter, American actress, singer, and songwriter 4. May 18 – Teo Halm, American actor and singer 5. May 22 – Camren Bicondova, American actress and dancer 6. May 24 – Charlie Plummer, American actor 7. May 25 7.1. Brec Bassinger, American actress 7.2. Ibrahima Konaté, French footballer 8. M...

    January

    1. January 4 – Iron Eyes Cody, Italian-American actor (b. 1904) 2. January 6 – Michel Petrucciani, French jazz pianist and composer (b. 1962) 3. January 11 3.1. Teuvo Aura, Finnish politician, 33rd Prime Minister of Finland (b. 1912) 3.2. Fabrizio De André, Italian singer and songwriter (b. 1940) 3.3. Brian Moore, Northern Irish-Canadian writer (b. 1921) 4. January 12 – Betty Lou Gerson, American actress (b. 1914) 5. January 14 – Jerzy Grotowski, Polish theatre director (b. 1933) 6. January 2...

    February

    1. February 1 – Barış Manço, Turkish singer and television personality (b. 1943) 2. February 2 - Deborah Makepeace, English actress (b. 1957). 3. February 5 – Wassily Leontief, Russian economist (b. 1906) 4. February 7 4.1. King Hussein of Jordan (b. 1935) 4.2. Bobby Troup, American actor, jazz pianist, singer and songwriter (b. 1918) 5. February 8 – Dame Iris Murdoch, Anglo-Irish author (b. 1919) 6. February 12 – Heinz Schubert, German actor and photographer (b. 1925) 7. February 14 7.1. Bud...

    March

    1. March 2 – Dusty Springfield, English pop singer (b. 1939) 2. March 3 2.1. Jackson C. Frank, American folk musician (b. 1943) 2.2. Gerhard Herzberg, German-born chemist (b. 1904) 3. March 4 3.1. Harry Blackmun, American judge, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court (b. 1908) 3.2. Fritz Honegger, Swiss politician, 79th President of Switzerland (b. 1917) 4. March 5 – Richard Kiley, American actor (b. 1922) 5. March 6 5.1. Dennis Viollet, English footballer (b. 1933) 5.2. Emir Isa bin Salman A...

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    Anteriormente a Paraguay le había tocado organizar la Copa América en las ediciones de 1924 y de 1953 (llamada Campeonato Sudamericano en aquella época). Sin embargo, debido a la falta de infraestructuras en el país, la Asociación Paraguaya de Fútbol tuvo que organizar el torneo en aquellas dos oportunidades en diferentes países; la primera vez fue...

    En el Grupo A, formado por Paraguay, Bolivia, Perú y Japón, los equipos lucharon para clasificarse a segunda fase. Perú, en un apretado y emocionante partido, consiguió un sufrido triunfo de 3 a 2 ante Japón. Mientras que Paraguay y Bolivia empatarían 0 a 0. En la segunda fecha, Perú derrotó a Bolivia por 1 a 0, mientras que Paraguay goleó a Japón ...

    Mejores terceros puestos

    Los dos mejores de los terceros puestos avanzan a la segunda ronda.

    En Uruguay todos los partidos fueron transmitidos en vivo por Fox Sports.
    En Argentina todos los partidos fueron transmitidos en vivo por Fox Sports, TyC Sports y El Trece.
    En Chile todos los partidos fueron transmitidos en vivo por Canal 13.
    En Colombia todos los partidos fueron transmitidos en vivo por Canal Caracol y RCN Televisión.
    Wikimedia Commons alberga una categoría multimedia sobre Copa América 1999.
    Copa América 1999 en la RSSSF(en inglés)
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  4. El Torneo Verano 1999 fue la edición LXI del campeonato de liga de la Primera División de México. Se trató del sexto torneo corto, luego del cambio de formato de competencia, con el que se cerró la temporada 1998-99. El torneo comenzó el 15 de enero de 1999 con el partido entre Tecos 2-4 Morelia. Luego de una final empatada 5-5 en el global, el campeón Toluca se impuso en penales 5-4 ante Atlas, en una de las mejores finales en la historia del fútbol mexicano.

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