|Beethoven's symphony number 7 (painted in the audio) was premiered in Vienna, in which the composer was operating himself.
|Pope Pius IX announced the dogma of impeccable conception, in its epostolic constitution Inphabetables Des, stating that Virgin Mary was freed from the original sin.
|2,500 people died in a fire at the Jesuit Church of La Compana, Santiago, Chile.
|2500 people died in a fire at the Jesuit Church in Santiago, the capital of Chili.
|More than 800 people died in a theater fire in the European country of Austria, Vienna.
|The Falkland Water War was fought between Britain and Germany around the islands of the same name in the Atlantic Ocean.
|Many of Rome's Italians became homeless and had to flee to the hills as a result of heavy floods. The Tiber River is at a record height.
|The Treaty of Friendship was signed between Germany and America.
|Patented coaxial cable used in telecommunications in the US.
|Weekly air mail service started between England and Australia.
|Bollywood veteran actor Dharmendra was born.
|World War II, Imperial Japanese army invaded Hong Kong by Takshi Sakai and quickly gained air superiority at the bombing airport.
|In the camp that exodes the Holocost-The Chelmano occupied by Poland, the first such Nazi camp to kill Jeto Litzmanstad's Jews and to poisonous gas began to be operated.
|The United States and Britain declared war against Japan.
|Vera's war ended in an Allied victory.
|Hayato Ikada began his second term as Prime Minister of Japan.
|After being affected by lightning in a holding pattern, PAN M Flight 214 crashed near Elkton in Maryland, US, killing all 81 people.
|A new Race Relations Act has been implemented. It prevents discrimination on "color, breed, or caste or national origin" in public places and includes British people as well as foreign visitors.
|The crew of Apollo 17 spacecraft took a picture 'The Blue Marble', which was the first clear image of a published face on the route leading to the moon.
|Mark David Chapman shot John Lennon outside his apartment in New York City.
|Colombian writer Gabrielle García Marquez was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.
|Arab-Israeli Sangharsh-Ek Israeli army tank transporter killed four Palestinian refugees and injured seven others, crashed in the first Intipada Sparking at the Erase crossing on the border of the Israeli-Gaja Strip.
|Eight people were shot and killed by a man in Australia Postbuilding in Melbourne, before he jumped for his death.
|The leaders of the world's two superpowers, the United States and the Soviet Union, signed the first treaty that provided for the reduction of land-based nuclear weapons stockpiles.
|Leaders from Belarus, Russia and Ukraine signed Belvezhacards, agreed to dissolve the Soviet Union and establish the Commonwealth of independent states.
|US President, Bill Clinton, has passed the world's largest trade agreement, North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), including the US, Canada and Mexico.
|The Recording Industry Association of America filed a lawsuit against the Peer-to-Pier File Sharem Network Napster, alleging that Threswork facilitated extensive copyright violations.
|According to officials, the 2006 ASEAN Summit, which is going to be held in the Philippines, has been delayed due to severe tropical storm, uterore. Officials also refused that the delay was due to the terrorist threat.
|The US-led coalition forces and NATO forces attacked Taliban militants in Musa Kala district in southern Afghanistan.
|The United States Department of Justice and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) asked to check the oblivion of two CIA tapes, who interrogate two al-Qaeda suspected militants.
|A crane barber that crashed into an oil tanker, freed from a tugboat near Dr. Dr. South Korea, causing the worst situation in the country.
|Julian Aristides Gonzalez, the head of the Anti -Drug Trafficking Unit in Honduras, has been killed by unknown gunmen.
|In Baghdad, Iraq, 127 were killed and 448 injured in bomb blasts performed by the Islamic State of Iraq.
|The bombing in Baghdad, Iraq killed 127 people and injured 448.
|The Japanese experimental spacecraft Ikaros (painted model) was passed by Venus at a distance of about 80,800 km, which is completing its planning to display solar sail technology.
|Former MF Global CEO, John Corzin, confirms a committee of the American House of Representatives that it is unaware that what happened to the money of millions of customers in different accounts, obviously it is missing.
|The Philippines President Bennigno Aquino declared an emergency in the country after the Typhoon Bofa, killing about 450 people.
|Barack Obama, the United States President revealed new sanctions on racial reporting. These races are prohibited to define on the basis of sex, ethnicity, nationality, religion, or sexual orientation.
|Sicro, one of the greatest founders and prose stylists of Rome, was widely killed after being prosecuted as an enemy of a state.