|Khalifa al-Adil was assassinated.
|Rosario was founded in Argentina.
|The American revolution James Wilson and his colleagues were implemented to defend themselves after a mob, resenting their successful legal offenses from exile, converting to their home, killing Insics.
|The Fort Wilson' riots took place in Philadelphia against James Wilson and others.
|Mexico implemented its first constitution, define the nation as the African Republic.
|Mexico became a republic state.
|The Kingdom of Belgium broke away from the Netherlands.
|The provisional government announced the separation of Belgium from the Netherlands.
|Prince Otto of Bavaria, the second son of King Ludwig I, was chosen by the major powers of Europe to become Othon, the first king of Greece after the Greek nation's re-independence of independence.
|The War of Corinth was ended.
|Texas A&M; The university was opened as the first public educational institution in the state of Texas, USA.
|The University of California was founded in Los Angeles.
|First U.S. The open golf tournament was held at Newport Country Club at Nau-Holcores in Road Island.
|Manuel II, the last king of Portugal, when there was a revolution in Lisbon and the next day the Portuguese Firstp Republic was announced, Gibraltar fled.
|First World War: The British destroyed German defense in the battle of Budosynde, causing a crisis among the German commanders and caused heavy loss of morale in the German Fourth Army.
|A gunpowder plant in Severville, New Jersey, USA burst more than 100 people and destroyed more than 300 buildings.
|According to the news of state officials, the amount of deaths due to tuberculosis in Michigan state continues to increase.
|German voters approved construction of new warships in national referendum
|Hindi and Bengali playback singer Sandhya Mukhopadhyay was born.
|Willy Gilis, who is one of the trademark characters of Norman Rockwell, started on the cover of the post on Saturday evening.
|Great Britain conducted a nuclear test in Australia.
|The first 83.5 kg heavy satellite in human history was delivered to space by the Soviet Union with Sputnik success. It circled the Earth 1400 times in 92 days and for the first time sent a radio message from space to Earth.
|The Soviet spacecraft is Sputnik 1, the first artificial satellite in the Earth, which was launched by an R -7 rocket from the Baconurcosomodrome near the Turetum of Cur SSR.
|The new constitution was introduced to the French Fifth Republic, France's current political rule.
|In Cuba and Haiti, six thousand people were killed by the cyclone 'Hyaflorah'.
|Flora (depiction of radar's image), which is one of the most fierce and deadly storms in history, first became a landfall in Cuba after Cuba became Tobago and Phagniola.
|The country of Lesotho declared its independence from Britain and today is celebrated as National Day in this country.
|China has announced that an attempt was made for a hydrogen bomb in Chinese mainland recently and the country successfully terminated its first underground nuclear explosion.
|Brand Intercity 125 High Speed Train introduced in United Kingdom
|Intercity 125 service of British Rail, began operating in the world's fastest diesel -powered train, western region.
|Tim McCartney-Snape and Greg Mortimer became the first Australians to summit Mount Everest.
|Free Software Foundation founded in Massachusetts, USA.
|An Israeli cargo is facing difficulties of the jet engine, crashed into an apartment building near the airport in Amsterdam, Holland. It killed about 100 people in the building
|The Russian constitutional crisis-tank bombed the White House Moscow, while the protesting against President Boris Yeltsin Ralidout.
|Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi made history by scoring a century in 37 balls against Sri Lanka in One Day International cricket match. His record lasted for 19 years. AB de Villiers made his record on 18 January 2015 by scoring a century from only 31 balls.
|Chang Chun Shiung became the new Prime Minister of Taiwan.
|A suicide bomber killed 21 people inside the Maxim restaurant in Haifa, Israel and injured more than 50 people.
|The intention of Afghanistan's NATO forces is due to death and injuries in Rawalpindi, Pakistan on a group of more than a dozen oil tankers. It follows disagreement on the NATO helicopter strike that killed 3 soldiers in the Pakistan region.
|The dam having a useless reservoir in Western Hungary collapsed, 1 million cubic meters (1,300,000 CU YD) freed from red soil, flooding the surrounding communities and killed at least nine people.
|Apple Inc. Revealed its much awaited iPhone 4S at Apple's Cupertino Campus.
|Former German racing driver Michael Schumacher announced his retirement.
|The FBI investigated the attack on the US Consulate in Bengaji, Libya in just one day.
|Thomas Eric Duncan was the first patient to be hospitalized for Ebola in the US. 10 people who were in close contact with them are separated.