|After an extended siege, the Taltani, headed by the Spanish Vijayvargiya Hernan Cortees, was captured by the army and conquered Aztecapital in Tenochtitlan.
|Henry IV, the ruler of France, issued the eminent order of Nant. On the basis of this order, Protestant Christians were given full religious freedom.
|The Cardinal Richelue became the Chief Minister of King Lewis XIII, and under his supervision, France's feudal political barrier turned into one with a powerful central government.
|Dutch astronomer Christian Huygens discovered the peak of Mars' south pole.
|The War of Spanish succession led by Duke of Marlboro led the army for an important victory in the battle of Blenhem.
|Academy and College Philadelphia, the predecessor of the Private University of Pennsylvania as Benjamin Franklin President, opened its doors.
|On the coast of the US Revolutionary War-War Main, the United States faced its worst naval necklace until the Pearl Harboarding Second World War attack.
|French royals were imprisoned, including the revolutionary Marie Antoinette.
|A major earthquake near Peru's Arika caused an estimated 25,000 sqft, and the later tsunami caused great damage as Hawaii and New Zealand.
|Earthquakes in Peru and Ecuador killed 25,000 people and caused $ 300 million in damage.
|After a fake battle for Spanish-American war-manila, the missing commander surrendered in the US, the missing commander, to hold the Philipino rebel hands out of the city.
|All black foot soldiers of the 25th Infantry Regiment of the US Army were accused of killing a white bartender and injuring a whitepolis officer in Broovsville, Texas, despite that they could not provide evidence; Later dishonestly discharged.
|Harry Braarley discovered stainless steel in Sheffield.
|Harry Brearley of England, Sheffield invented stainless steel.
|BMW became a public company, producing cars worldwide.
|Steel Corp of US approved 8 hours of work.
|About 250 people died in the explosion of a dam in the city of Nevada, near Italy.
|Canberra Air Accident: Ten people, including three ministers of the Australian cabinet, were killed.
|Major General Eugene Rainbold of the US Army Vahini authorized the construction of facilities to prepare the Manhattan project.
|The entire version of Thepakistan's national anthem 'Koumy Tarana' was first aired on Radio Pakistan.
|The bill was passed in the National Highways Lok Sabha.
|The country called Central Africa became independent from the occupation of France. Earlier it was named Abankishari.
|China has declared it a cultural revolution. In the great cooperative societies, workers will be allowed to work in the industry by reorganizing the current small agricultural collective.
|The first glide of the space shuttle was tested.
|114 people lost as the hotel collapsed in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand.
|North Korea closed its nuclear plant based on an agreement with the US.
|Belgian man Mark Dutrox was arrested for the kidnapping of 14 -year -old Latitia delhe, which revealed cases of many other victims and Belgian's eldest child.
|International aid agencies in the Congo are demanding more assistance from the international community for the Save the Children, Oxfam and Christian aid war.
|The 28th Olympic Games were played in Athens, Greece.
|The opening ceremony of the Summer Olympic Games in Athens, officially known as the Games of the XXVII Olympiad, was displayed worldwide.
|Hurricane Charlie attacked the US State of Florida after Hurricane Charlie damaged the Tropical Storm Bonnie state.
|The 28th Olympic Games began in Athens, Greece.
|Tokyo faced an unknown blackout which was a few hours long on this day. Electricity failure occurred in the morning crowds and the normal flow of trade was interrupted as workers were delayed and companies could not start their days.
|Archaeologists, using radar imagery, said that Angkor, the former capital of the Khmer Empire, was a 3,000 square kilometer area covered and was the largest preindsterial urban center with a population of 5000000.
|The French and German economies bounce back to help the eurozone forward for economic reforms in the second quarter, indicating that the global crisis may come to a halt in Europe.
|Canadian officials rode on MV Surya Sea and detain 492sri Lankan Tamil refugees, who criticize the International Civil Rights Group.
|After the board was boarded by Canadian officials, MV Sunasia docked and 492 Sri Lankan Tamil refugees claimants were taken into custody.
|A broken oil pipeline is found near the Ganenet alpha platform at a distance of 113 miles from the Aberdeen of Scotland.
|The Czech Republic's capital Prague is his first gay gaurav march. The event was monitored by three hundred police, while thousands marched throughout the city.
|The Israel-Pilstinian peace talks begins around the controversy over the freedom of the 26 Palestinians of Israeli settlement expansion and the killing of Israel.
|In Baghdad, Iraq, a bomb explosion killed 76 people and injured 212 others.
|76 people were killed and 212 injured by ISIL truck bomb in Baghdad, Iraq.
|Thousands of Tunisia, most women, protest against the Islamic -led government's target to reduce the rights of women.