|Castill's king Alfonso X was forced to leave the siege of Alegasiras, the first of many people in the city during the Spanish reconquesta.
|French and Turkish forces occupied Nice.
|Explorer Humphre Gilbert now established the first English colony North America in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
|Scottish Raees John Ruthwen, 3 Earl of Ghori, Raja James VI died during unsuccessful attempt to kidnap.
|Scottish historian James Anderson was born.
|Battle of Petrovadin: 83,300 Austrian soldiers of Prince Eugene of Saloy defeated 150,000 Turks under Silahdadar Damat Ali Pasha (who was killed).
|With the passage of the Revenue Act, the US government released the first income tax -3% of all income in $ 800 (later rescued in 1872).
|American Citizen War-Re-Rear Admiral David Farragut successfully led the union fleet through a mine area to win in a mobile bay fight.
|Japan introduced the postal savings system on the lines of England.
|Japan introduced its postal savings system, which was modeled after a similar system in England.
|Martial law was implemented in Japan.
|The foundation stone for the Statue of Liberty was laid on the island of Bedelay in New York Harbor.
|Bertha Benz, the wife of the inventor of the car who invented the car, traveled 104 kilometers from Mannheim, Germany to Pforzheim, becoming the first person to travel such a long distance by car.
|Berth Benz made the first long-distance automobile visit, returning the next day, benzo km (66 mi) to go from Manhem to Pforzheim, Germany, bennted in benz Patent-Motarwagen.
|American Express issued the world's first traveler's check.
|First traffic light installed in America.
|The Sinai and Palestinecamp of the First World War-Bitish Empire began with a victory in the Battle of Romani.
|The Berlin Peace Agreement was signed by the United States and the United States.
|Henry Sullivan became the first American to cross the English Channel.
|Welsh's political party Plaid Simru was established to promote Welsh language and the political freedom of the Welsh nation.
|US airplanes dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan.
|A quake measuring 6.7 struck Ecuador's capital Quito, killing six thousand people.
|5,050 people were killed in a 6.8 mL earthquake near Ambato, Ecuador.
|Actress and model Merlin Munro was found dead in her home in her home in Los Angeles, an incident that has become the center of one of the most controversial conspiracy principles.
|The United States, Britain and Russia were as a signator on a partial nuclear testing restriction treaty. The restriction ends the atmosphere, outer space and water testing.
|Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino opens in Las Vegas.
|The Palestinian terrorist group Black takes 35 bounds of September 35 bounds; They open the fire and throw grenades into a crowded passenger lounge. This killed 3 and injured about 50 people. Terrorists are arrested and later sentenced to death for murders.
|Bollywood's famous actress Kajol was born.
|AT & T has spread to seven regional companies after the government's anti-trust suit against AT&T in 1974, and after almost a decade of legal trouble, the phone divides themselves to the companies providing local service to Behmath. was forced to.
|During the operation store, the Croatian forces recovered the city of Kenin from the Republic of Serbian Krajina.
|A suicide bomber exploded a car bomb outside the lobby of Jejw Marriott Hotel in Setibudi, South Jakarta, Indonesia, killing twelve people and injured 150.
|The People's Republic of China formally accused Hong Kong reporter Ching Cheyong of spying. He is a journalist for The Straits Times.
|Since the Human Rights Organization was not authorized by the Interior Ministry, Iran banned Shirin Abadi, author of the Nobel Peace Prize.
|Mozambic officials have captured thousands of boxes of fake toothpastes, which believe that they may have dangerous chemical de-ethylene glycols.
|The South Korea begins a large anti -submarine exercise in the yellow ocean, near the maritime border with quarrels, which he sees as a demonstration of power against North Korea and 'fully prepared for war'; North Korea condemns this practice.
|In the war, activists of the International Assistance Mission of Afghanistan-ten foreign aid workers were killed by unknown persons in Kuranwa Munjan district of Barkhal province.
|Juno, the first solar powered spacecraft to go to Jupiter from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, was launched.
|Seven people died after attacking a Sikh temple in Visconsin's Oak Crack. However, the shooter was shot dead by the police.
|The US Army helicopter crashed at the US Marine Camp Hanson. The point is located in Okinawa, the southeast area of Japan and caused 4 people to die and 3 others were injured.
|The Russian Consumer Protection Agency, Rospotrebnadzor, Kentaki Gentleman adds to the growing list of banned imports, saying that this borbon whiskey includes 'additives ' which central and peripheral nervous system, endocrine mechanisms, as well as functional and biological changes Can cause causes. As cancer and problems with infertility in men and women. ,
|The 31 Summer Olympics began at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
|Guangavu claimed the throne as the emperor of the Heng dynasty.
|In the Battle of Murcia, King Penda of Murcia defeated and murdered King Oswaldnorathumbria, traditionally believed to have fought in the Ocestory of Shorkshire, England.