|An Englishman lost the Battle of Kurgh in Ireland, at the same place where an Australian will win 1297 Battle of Sterling Bridge in Scotland after many years.
|Robert Vinhalsi left Rome for England was preserved by the Pope, only to find that there was no one.
|Spanish General and Governor Fernando Alvarez de Toledo, Alba's 3D Duke lost their glasses in Berbe city, causing seaborgers to go inside.
|The ruins of Pompeii were discovered by the Spanish Roque Joaquin de Alcubier.
|New Orleans businessman Oliver Pollock embodies the "$ ".
|Frederick Muhalenberg became the first to qualify under the strict order of the Constitution of the United States, define a head of the house for the purposes of the US government.
|Samuel Mori patented an internal combustion engine.
|Vicente Guerrero becomes President of Mexico
|16 legislatures from 18 Mexican states elected General Antonio López de Santa Anna as President of Mexico.
|Mexican Texas met San Felip de Austin to combat evil.
|SF County Government was established.
|The Second Anglo-Burma War began.
|Hard Times began serializing Charles Dickens magazine in domestic terms.
|Wartime recruitment legislation went into effect in America for the first time.
|Ordered to keep five thorns, Confederate General George Pickens lost around 3,000.
|The international exhibition opened in Paris.
|Hampton General and Agricultural Institute was established in the Hamptons of Virginia.
|In the US, a strike was organized to schedule time for workers, after which May 01 was declared as International Labor Day.
|Established in the United States as Navy Chief Patty Officer.
|The British Armed Forces started giving personnel the power to fly.
|Rain crashed into an iceberg Okinawa, known as 'Rain Steel Rain', causing various species of natives of Britain and America to herds.
|Singapore became a Crown Colony.
|Tokyo Stock Exchange was established.
|The polio vaccine developed by American medical researcher and virologist Jonas Salk was made available to the public.
|BBC Radiophonic Workshop established.
|American Motors Corporation introduced Gremelin.
|More than 670,000 Garmlin was released in North America to crush imported machines.
|The country's coal mines were nationalized.
|The Apple Computer was originally established to sell the kit 'Do-It-' Kit.
|Apple computer company created by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.
|The President of the Philippines ordered that the Philippinement of Commerce become a puppy.
|New Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, the world's largest bank formed by the merger of Bank of Tokyo and Mitsubishi Bank, commenced its operations.
|Kentaki defeated Syrakuse 76-67 in the 58th NCAA men's baseball championship.
|The Nova Scotia government ordered the people of the city's Helifax city to have sexual intercourse with more than 200 colleagues around them.
|The city of Halifax was made a regional municipality in Nova Scotia.
|Switzerland's Martina Hingis became the youngest number one female player in tennis history.
|Gordi Howe began to play AHL game with Syracuse crunch at the age of 65.
|The World Ice Paris Figure Skating Championship was held in Minnesota.
|Miraya Moskoso was appointed the first female President of Panama.
|The Netherlands became the first country in the world to enact gay marriage laws.
|In St. Zuis, the 20th NCAA basketball championship was held.
|The 64th NCAA men's basketball championship took place at Georgia Dome Atlanta.
|After the Dutch government allowed and allowed people to marry, he decided that it was acceptable to kill someone's spouse.
|Marek Belka became the new Prime Minister of Poland.
|Google introduced a free web-based service that compulsorily provides users with an unprecedented 1000 megabyte storage for spam.
|In Nepal, 285 political prisoners were released along with the captive Girija Prasad Koirala after the Emergency was imposed.
|19 people died in a plane crash in Rio de Janeiro.
|According to the 2005 Act of the British Parliament, many British police agencies became very serious and organized together.
|Many British policing agencies became very serious and organized together.
|Gay marriage was recognized in Sweden.
|Electricity knocked in Northern Ireland and about 25000 houses were devoid of electricity.
|The September 2001 attack on the US confirmed the death of mastermind Asama bin Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan.
|Crete understood with an earthquake of 6.2 magnitude in Greece.
|Elli Young Band and Taylor swift the song of Crazy Girl and Entertainer of the Year at the 2012 Academy of Country Music Awards.
|Al Bashir, president of Sudin Omar, ordered the release of all political prisoners. This was done in 2015 to prepare a plan to step down.
|Nen Earthquake hurt 58 miles of North East of Ekvik on Richar scale at about 8.2 in Cile Measurement.
|China's only cross-dressing emperor ruled for a day.