|The great poet and saint Surdas was born.
|A military union was signed between Holland and England.
|Battle of Gadebsk: Sweden defeated Denmark and Saxony.
|Ottoman-Venetian War 1714–1718): Ottoman Empire declared war on the Republic of Venice.
|The Jews were expelled from Breslau Silesia.
|Karl Wilhelm Schiel, one of Sweden's noted chemists and founders of modern chemistry, was born in Stockholm.
|Great Britain and the Netherlands signed the military treaty.
|The British Parliament accepted the Treaty of Paris.
|Following its losses in the Battle of the American revolutionary war-grain bridge, the British authorities were forced to be evacuated from the colony of Virginia.
|New York City's first daily newspaper, American Minerva, founded by Noah Webster.
|The first YMCA Montreal was established in North America.
|Busher surrendered to the British Army.
|P. B. S. Pinchback assumed the position as the Governor of Louisiana, who was the African American Governor.
|Belur Math was established in Kolkata.
|Legislation passed in France to separate church and state.
|A mine explosion near Brisville, Tennessee, 84 miners were killed in a well -organized rescue attempt led by the United States Bureau Bureau Mines.
|The First World War-Hussain Al-Hussaini, the Ottoman Mayor of Jerusalem handed over the city to the British.
|The acceptance of the Spanish Constitution by the Constituted Cortes paved the way for the establishment of the second Spanishrapolis.
|Istvan Shishki became Hungarian Foreign Minister.
|The Second World War-Bitish and Commonwealth forces opened the Open Operation Compass, the first major aide of the WestWour Desert Campaign.
|China declared war against Japan, Germany and Italy.
|Actor and politician Shatrughan Sinha was born.
|The Constituent Assembly, which enacted the country's highest law, met for the first time.
|The John Birch Society, named John Birch, was established in the United States to fight the alleged threat of communism in the United States, an American entry who was killed in China.
|Charles Shulj's comic strip peanut's first television conversion Charlie Brown Christmas was aired for the first time.
|Douglas Angelbart, using the ON-Line System (NLS), publicly known as Computer Mouse (Picture), Hypertext, and bit mapped graphical user interfaces as 'The Mother of Oldmose'.
|The Paris summit began with reunions of European community states and heads of government.
|A World Health Organization Commission of scientists proved the global elimination of smallpox, which is the only human infectious disease so far that has completely ended with nature.
|The British royal couple Prince Charles and Princess Diana were officially announced to be separated.
|United National Party leader Ranil Wickramasinghe was sworn in as the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka.
|An explosion in the center of Moscow left six people dead and many more injured.
|According to the report, demonstrations were performed by police forces in Dongzhou, Guangdong, China to drive away the protesting farmers and fishermen. The protesters are believed to have disappointed the government schemes to build a new power plant in the region.
|The "The World of Turkmenbashi Tales" the theme park in Turkmenistan is built 2 months after being opened. More children are now expected to be fascinated in the park that the ride works.
|Robert Pickton has been held responsible for killing the second degree of six women of Vancouver's Downtown Eastuside.
|Peace talks have started between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the National Congress to protect people to be intermediated by the United Nations.
|Illinois Governor Rod Bloggevich was arrested for a number off corruption crime, in which the then U.S. President-election Barack Obama.
|After refusing to give visas to North Korean artists, the Australian government has been accused of censorship, due to their work, due to their work.
|Estonia became the 34th member of the OECD.
|Stock prices have increased in stock markets around the world. According to some experts, it is in response to a fiscal agreement between the leaders of Eurozone.
|Chinese officials arrested a Tibetan monk, who is accused of stimulating self-sacrifice against the Chinese rule.
|Seven killed and 63 injured in a train accident near Bintaro in Indonesia.
|After some protesters, after a statue of Vladimir Lenin collapsed, he received the support letter from former Ukraine Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko.
|A passenger bus killed 11 people due to a bomb blast and around 21 people were injured in Bookidon province of South Philippines. This was the second bomb blast after the incident on 6 November 2014.