|According to traditional Catholic accounts, Blessed Virgin Mary's image was miraculously inscribed on Juan Diegosilma.
|The Secretary of the Northern Department in the British Government has been demoted from his office as Secretary of State and transferred by James Stanhope, 1st Earl Stanhope.
|The Gadget of Pennsylvania reports that the recently established postage stamps for the royal colony of North Carolina include Drs. Huston resigned from his post in protest at the Stamp Act.
|Pennsylvania became the second province to adopt the Constitution of America.
|Washington DC was made the capital of America.
|Spain declared war on the United Kingdom.
|The throne of Sicily and Naples merged into two Kingdom of Sicily under King Ferdinand I.
|The American Civil War-USS Cairo was submerged in the Yaju River, a first armored ship by a naval mine.
|Balkrishna Shivaram Munje, a freedom fighter and president of the Hindu Mahasabha, was born.
|G. Marconi first sent a radio message to Atlantic. The dialogue took place from Cornwall in England to Newfoundland in Canada.
|Guglillmo Marconi received the first transatalanic radio for Signalhill, New Johnfandandland from Poldhu Wireless Station, England, England.
|Vincenzo Perugia, arrested for trying to sell the Mona Lisa in the city of Florence.
|After the robbery from the Laurevar Museum in Paris, Mona Lisa's painting is recovered from the Italian waiter Vinseenzo Perugia's hotel room.
|The New York Stock Exchange reopened.
|Chinese President Yuwan Xi Ki restored the monarchy and declared himself Emperor of China.
|The President of the Republic of China again reinstated the monarchy and declared himself an emperor.
|543 people died after the derailment of a French army train in the French Alps.
|500 soldiers have died after the train derailed in Moden, France.
|In Italy, the Po River dam burst, killing 600 people.
|Chile inaugurates the National Bird Festival.
|The Nazi Lebanesborn program, which was later wrong to get involved in the incorrect breeding, was established to make predictions for the wives of SS members and unmarried mothers.
|The birth program of Nazi Lebanes, which was later accidentally attached to the tremendous breeding, was provided provisionally for the wives of SS members and unmarried mothers.
|Japan apologizes by Japan for the sinking of the American gunbot Panay in Chinese Water which was caused by the invasion of China by Japan's aircraft during the Japanese war.
|The nervousness of the Royal Navy Dutant HMS Duchess was overwhelmed by HMS Barham, escorting and drowned with great loss of life.
|The Second World War-German soldiers started Operation Winter Strom, preparation for war to relieve Axis forces during the war.
|The United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Uncomputed Outer Space was established.
|Famous Hindi poet and litterateur Maithilisharan Gupta died.
|Jomo became the first President of Kenyata Republic of Kenyata.
|The six -day ban at Balcomb Street in London ended peacefully after freeing and surrendering four hostages to four Ira gunmen.
|The US changed the copyright law to include computer programs.
|Arrow Air Flight 1285 crashed after flying in 256, including 248 members of the US Airforce's 101st Airborne Division, flying in the land and Labrador.
|Clifam Junction in South London collided between three trains, 35 people killed and several others were injured in the morning.
|Three trains collided near London's Clafham Junction Station (Picture of debris) 35 people died and 500 were injured.
|The 1997 FIFA Confederation Cup began in Saudi Arabia.
|Winona Ryder was arrested from Beverly Hills, California on charges of theft.
|Vietnam was reported to be involved in the World Trade Organization on 11 January 2007, making him the 150th member. This step confirms a good 12 -year wait to join Hanoi's WTO.
|A Peru court sentenced former President Alberto Fujimaro to six years imprisonment and a fine of $ 13,000.
|The International Olympic Committee stripped Marin Jones, who won five medals at the 2000 Summer Olympics, when it admitted to taking a banned substance.
|Switzerland has joined the Schengen Agreement, it has become the 25th European country to do so through which passport check crosses will be abolished.
|The Denmark police have arrested around 900 of the thousands of people gathered in Copenhagen to request more action on climate change and global warming.
|Two deaths, road closure, flight cancellations and Hubbert H. About three feet of snow fell in the flat roof of Humphord Metrodomin Minianpolis, Minnesota.
|First woman member elected in municipal council election in Saudi Arabia.
|A Bijantin army under Emperor Heraklias defeated the Persian army of Emperor Khosrau II under the command of General Shehzad near Mosul in Iraq.