|The fourth Sikh Guru Ramdas was born.
|The Suriname government gave 682,800 to Jacques Cussard, the French kidnapper.
|The great Peter architect declared the first emperor of Russia, it was replacing 176-year-old Taradam of Russia with the Russian Empire.
|The English Ohio Trade Company was made the first trading post.
|Boston: Anti-English Committee of Correspondence was formed.
|The Curacao government denied slavery on Sunday.
|The Second Seminole War began in Osceola.
|The Second Seminole War began in Osceola, Florida between various factions of Native Americans. This battle is also known as the Florida War.
|Franklin Pierce was elected the 14th President of the United States.
|Timisoara became the first city in Europe with streets illuminated by electric lights.
|The Dakota Territory was an organized region of the United States, divided and became the kingdom of North and South Dakota.
|The French poet Paul Varlein traveled to the Netherlands.
|Theodore Herzl traveled to Jerusalem.
|Organized cheerleading was born at the University of Minnesota when a student Johnny Campbell directed a mob to participate in an American college football game.
|Britain incorporated Cyprus into its empire.
|British Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfor released the Balfor announcement, announcing the British support for the establishment of a Jewish motherland in Palestine.
|The Soviet Union publicized that they would not export wheat this whole year along the next year due to shortage of wheat. The decision was announced after a recent trade agreement between the Soviet Union and France.
|Dupont Company announced the manufacture of synthetic rubber.
|The Australian Army launched a war against US AIMS, highlighting the low -indigenous bird convicted for widespread damage to crops in Western Australia.
|The BBC broadcast the world's first hypertension television program.
|The BBC launched French-language broadcasting in Canada.
|The Netherlands recognized Indonesia as an autonomous state.
|George Bernard Shaw died at the age of 97.
|Nearly 6 thousand British soldiers arrived in Egypt to overcome the demonstrations against Britain. Britain sent such a large number of British troops to another country for the first time after the Second World War.
|Pakistan officially became the Islamic Republic.
|People from Levelland, Texas saw unknown light objects with bright lights. Jim Lee, head of the Interplander Space Petrol, then estimated that the UFOs are soon to come in large quantities and those who have doubted the claim will have no option but to agree.
|The first section of the M1 motorway, its first type in Britain, is opened between two motorway spurs (M10 Motorway from Saint Albans) and (M45 Motorway Cybantry) between Watford and Cric / Rugby.
|South Vietnam President Ango Dinh Dim was assassinated, which marks the culmination of the coup under the leadership of Duong Van Minh.
|King Saud of Saudi Arabia, Saud, was removed by his half -brother's negligence and concerns about his inability of Egypt's Gamal Abdel Nasar's socialism.
|American Quker Norman Morrison set himself on fire to the Pentagon to oppose the United States participation in the Vietnam War.
|Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan was born.
|Republican John Lindsey was elected mayor of New York City.
|In Paris, French police shot gangster Jacques Mesren.
|For the first time since 1962 in the US, a woman, Velma Barfield, was hanged.
|North Dakota and South Dakota celebrated their 100th birthday.
|Sky television and British satellite broadcasting were merged as the United Kingdom and the largest pay-TV broadcaster BSKYB in the island.
|Former South African Defense Minister Magnus Malan and 10 other former military officers were arrested along with 13murders in the 1987 Kwamakhutha massacre.
|An American astronaut and two Russian cosmonots have prepared themselves to stay at the international space station for four months, making them the first people to do so.
|The Dutch film director Theo Van Gogge, whose film submission was important for the treatment of women in Islam, was murdered by Mohammad Borori.
|About 80 squares of the world's best radio astronomers come together in Pune, how and where to decide to establish the world's largest radio telescope, to make decisions, Square kilometers are called Eri.
|B. in Science, Science. A study has been released by Warm et al. It estimates the decline of commercial fisheries by 2048 due to pollution, excess rainfall and other environmental effects.
|At Tabilisi, Georgia, 50,000–100,000 people allegedly demonstrated President Mikhil Sakashila in a corrupt government.
|Lewis Hamilton won the 2008 Formula One Drivers Championship, defeating Felip Massa by one point. This makes him the youngest and first black driver of African heritage in history to win the title of Formula One World Champion.
|North Korea appealed for direct talks with the United States regarding its nuclear program. He has also issued a warning that if the US fails to meet their demands, they will "go in their own way".
|8 people were killed and several injured in a collision with a goods train at a level crossing in Argentina.
|Two aircraft with nine skydivers in Wisconsin crashes in the air between each other. However, the Skydiver survived with the help of his parachute and the pilots ran away with minor injuries.
|A suicide bombing in Lahore, Pakistan, killed 60 people and injured 110 people.