|Famous Italian politician and historian Niccolo Machiavele was born in the city of Florence.
|Kole Sibber was appointed the British Poet Laureate under George II.
|George Washington was elected President of the United States.
|Baji Rao II was made the Peshwa of the Maratha Empire. He was the last Peshwa of the Maratha Empire.
|The war of the second coalition-French armies led by General Jean More defeated Austrian and Baymen under Archduk John Inhanlenden near Munich, forced Austrian people to sign a weapon.
|Illinois was accepted as the 21st US state.
|Andrew Jackson was elected the seventh President of America.
|Andrew Jackson was elected as the 7th President of the United States.
|Andrew Jackson was re-elected to the US in the US presidential election.
|The first regular census was established in Zolverin Germany, at which time the population of Germany was 23,478,120.
|Minoring at Eureka Stock Day in Ballarat, Australia, killed at least 22 people and 35 others were injured, violent clashes with police and army.
|The youngest hanged revolutionary, Khudiram Bose, was born in the independence movement.
|Jupiter's largest irregular satellite Himalia was discovered by Charles Dillon Perin, astronomer of Lick Observatory San Jose of California.
|The world's first neon lamp, developed by the French physicist Georges Claude, was first exhibited at the Paris Motor Show.
|Modern neon lighting was first seen publicly after the Installation George Cloud at the Paris Motor Show.
|An earthquake measuring 6.5 in Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh claimed 170 lives and destroyed many houses.
|Putting pants on Philip, the first official film characterized by comedy pair Laurel and Hardy was released.
|1,100 people were killed when the ship carrying a Chinese refugee vessel in the East China Sea exploded in Qiangya.
|Lebanon University was established.
|The present flag of Singapore was adopted, six months later Singingapur became self-governance within the British Empire.
|Musical Calot (Julie Andrews and Richard Burtonpreatard), which would be associated with John F. Kennedy's presidency, opened on Broadway.
|Cardiac surgeon Christian Bernard performed the first human heart transplant on Louis Washkenskey in Grot Posts in Cape Town, South Africa.
|Former President of Indonesia Sukarno was under house arrest.
|Patrick Hillary was elected unopposed as the 6th President of Ireland.
|According to the results of the two -day referendum, the current constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran was adopted.
|Hockey magician Major Dhyanchand Singh died.
|Leaking toxic gas from the Union Carbide factory in Bhopal killed at least 3000 people and caused several thousands of physical deformities.
|During excessive weather conditions, the oil tanker Azian Sierran surrounded the banks of Gallicia, Spain, with 67,000 tons of light crude oil.
|Representatives of 121 countries signed the Ottawa Treaty and signed the use of anti-workers land mines.
|NASA had lost contact with the Marse Polar Lander (painter) before the Marsand environment disappeared.
|Pakistan's Information Minister claims that Pakistani services have killed al-Qaeda operational commander Abu Hamza Rabia in a fight on the border of Afghanistan.
|Mark Ravlomanana, the current leader is expected to be elected as the President of Madagascar in the Madagascar elections.
|The United States of November 2007 states the National Intelligence Estimate Ensure and "Higher confidence" that Iran had terminated its nuclear weapon program in the 2003 collapse and possibly not resumed since then.
|A protest march against the outbreak of cholera by doctors and nurses in Zimbabwe was to be suppressed by the intervention of the Republic of Zimbabwe.
|Five more people of China have been sentenced to death in the July riots in Mrümqi, Xinjiang, Northwest China.
|A suicide bomb blast in Mogadishu, Somalia lost 25 people, including three ministers of the transitional federal government.
|A Lahore court appealed to an appeal to ban the WikiLeaks website, in which the judge described such a ban as "unacceptable" and said that "we should tolerate the truth, no matter how harmful it is. ".
|About 8 children were killed in the last few weeks due to the bite of crazy bats in the Amazon Basin of Ecuador.
|Film actor Dev Anand passed away.
|The former employees of General Motors have been allowed by the US Supreme Court to file a complaint against a unit of State Street Corp on alleged disturbances of their retirement savings.
|In the Philippines, at least 475 people died in the 'earthquake' storm.
|Researchers at New York at Albert Einstein College of Medicine have found that a modified form of leukemia treatment, radio immunotherapy can destroy latent HIV cells, perhaps providing a cure for it.
|The corruption hypothesis has been released in 2014 by Transparency International, with Denmark top ranking and North Korea and Somalia have achieved the lowest rankings.