|Poxa Poleska, Polish Postal Service, was established by the order of Raja Sigismund II Augustus.
|German astronomer Johannes Kepler visited an exceptionally star, now known as the supernova (residue nebula picture) of the kepler, which suddenly appeared in the constellation Opheus.
|The Mughal ruler Akbar died.
|The Treaty of Campo Formio ended the first coalition war.
|A coup was organized in the Batvian Republic.
|Syed Ahmed Khan, the founder of Aligarh Muslim University, was born in Delhi.
|The Port of Calcutta was brought under the management of a constitutional body.
|John A. McDonald was once again elected Prime Minister of Canada after playing the role of opposition in government for five years.
|Bank of Italy opened to the general public.
|The first commercial wireless telegraph is sent above the Atlantic Ocean.
|Yugoslavia declared itself a republican country.
|The American League was founded in 1901 by Ban Johnson, who was forced to step down as president.
|American gangster Al Capon was convicted in five cases of income tax evasion.
|, Albert Einstein and his wife Nazi ran away from Germany, Princeton, New Jersey, where he intended to take his scientific work at the Institute of Advance Studies.
|A French Communist, the body of Willy Munnenberg, who was a misleading campaigner for the Communist Party of Germany, was found to be a saint-marselin.
|Mahatma Gandhi declared private Satyagraha.
|For the first time in World War II, a German submarine attacked an American vessel.
|Three days after a successful rebellion by the prisoners, the Sobibor fleeing camp was closed at Holocost, Eastern Poland.
|In Athens, rival birds started fighting each other.
|Burma and Britain today signed an agreement, which if it gives Burma complete freedom outside the UK, thus ends 300 years of British rule over the country.
|Queen Elizabeth II formally inaugurated the Sela Maidan Nuclear Power Station today. However, the power station was working on the National Grid from 27 August 191956 and providing electricity.
|The first major nuclear power station started in England.
|34 people died in a bus accident near the city of Quito, Ecuador.
|The City of Edmonton, Canada, held a municipal election.
|Australian Prime Minister Robert Meenzis opened the Bertilla Lake Burly Griffin in the middle of the capital Canberra.
|Oil-exporting Arab countries banned oil-selling companies to Israel and the United States and Britain.
|Mother Teresa received the Nobel Peace Prize for her work and support, which was provided to the poor and needy in Calcutta.
|6.9 MW's Loma Preeta Earthquake killed 63 people in the Sanphronisisco Bay area of California, injuring 3,757 people and at least 8,000 people homeless.
|After going to the wrong house for a Halloween party, a Japanese student Yoshihiro Hattori was shot dead by Louisiana's homeowner Baton Rouge.
|Russian journalist Dimitri Kholodov was murdered in the coffins of Moscowscies Comsomolats during its investigation into alleged corruption among the high rank of the Russian army.
|1,082 died in a pipeline explosion in Jessie City, Nigeria.
|China succeeded in sending humans into space as Asia's first in space and the third country after Russia.
|At least 2 people die and about 120 others are injured by the collision of two metro trains in Rome.
|The Dalai Lama received the Congress gold medal by the United States Congress; The decision is being firm by George W. Bush.
|According to the new rules and regulations imposed by China for the Olympic Games, foreign journalists are allowed to conduct an interview without applying for permission.
|Mary McTi was prescribed to become the only Australian tribe recognized by the Roman Catholic Church as a saint.
|About 12 people were killed in Yamini due to a wrath between President Ali Abdullah Saleh's supporters and opponents.
|Lithuania, Saudi Arabia, Chad, Chile and Nigeria have been selected by the United Nations Security Council for a two -year term, which begins on 1 January 2014.
|According to the World Health Organization, Senegal is now free from the Ebola virus.