There was a pair of large bombings in Baghdad and 2 pair of helicopter crashes in Afghanistan. Both match details from this Psalm.
1Praise Yahvah. Blessed is the man who fears Yahvah, who is vigilant in his commandments.
2His seed will be mighty on land; he will be blessed in the generation of the upright.
3Wealth and riches will be in his house; and his righteousness endures forever.
4To the upright, there shines a light in the darkness; he is gracious and full of compassion on the righteous.
5Blessed is the man who shows mercy and lends; he will proclaim his words with judgment.
6Surely, he will not be moved forever; the righteous will be in everlasting remembrance.
7He will not be afraid of evil news; his heart is fixed, trusting in Yahvah.
8His heart is strengthened; he will not be afraid, until he sees his desire on his enemies.
9He has given generously, he has given to the poor; his righteousness endures forever and ever; his horn will be exalted with honor.
10The wicked will see it, and be grieved; he will gnash his teeth and be confounded; the desire of the wicked will perish.
There was 2 pair of helicopter crashes in Afghanistan. The timing was quite close, with a black hawk crash in the dark of night close to theoretical. The unusual nature of a pair of crashes at essentially the expected time makes this a candidate fulfillment.
There was also a pair of unusually large bombings in Baghdad. Over 150 people were killed, 700 estimated injured. These bombings were several hours ahead of theoretical. They would be a match only on the swarm of people who descended on the scene in order to conduct rescue operations.
This was the largest such bombing in over 2 years. It was facilitated in part by a relaxing of traffic restrictions around government buildings.
In both headline cases the issue is how things go well when someone walks according to the ways of God. Even when there is troubling news God will strengthen those who walk with him.