|After a four-month siege, the Catholic emperor won the city of Malaga with Muslims after a four-month siege.
|On the third birthday of her granddaughter Virginia Dera, the English children born in the US, the present -day Northern Carolina, Ranoke Colony Governor John White, returned from England and found the settlement deserted.
|Among the most famous in England's witch tests, the test of pendal witches began in Lancaster.
|War of Spanish Succession: Minorca imprisoned by British forces.
|Joseph II became the Holy Roman Emperor.
|An unusually bright meteor procession over the Great Britain exploded overnight.
|Fort William College was established by Lord Wellesley in Calcutta.
|Governor General Lord Vallejali established Fort William College in Calcutta.
|America's first naval expedition took place.
|General Stephen W. Cairney's US forces captured Santa Fe, New Mexico.
|American Civil War at the Battle of Globe Tavern, central forces attempted to replace the Weldon Railroad during the siege of Petersburg.
|Asaf Hall discovered Phobos, larger than the Marstvo Moon, six days after Demos discovery, the second.
|A storm killed Martineic, killing around 700 people, and injured at least 1,000 people, and destroyed houses, trees and gardens throughout the island.
|The nineteenth amendment in the Constitution of the United States (author Elizabeth Caddy Stanton and Susan B. Anthony) was guaranteed women's franchise in the US.
|France withdrew its troops from Germany.
|The weather map was first broadcast on television.
|Film director, lyricist and poet Gulzar was born.
|After the success of Toyota Industries, Kichiro Toyoda, son of Toyota Industries original founder Saki Toyoda, founded the Toyota Motor Company in Japan.
|He died due to a plane crash of Subhash Chandra Bose at Taihoku Airport, Taiwan.
|Australia completed the 4–0 Ashes series win, which earned the then name of 'The Invital' to be the first Test cricket match to play England without losing a match.
|Vladimir Nabokov's controversial novel Lolita was published in the United States.
|James Meredith is the first African American to finish a degree in political science from the University of Mississippi; He was also the first black student of the university.
|South Africa was barred from participating in the Olympic Games. This ban was imposed due to the policies of the Government of Southern Africa.
|Members of the Vietnam War-Members of the 6th Battalion of the Royal Australian Regiment surrounded and attacked them all around with the Viet Congress Unit in the Long Tan battle, but they had to stop for several hours until the strength came.
|Construction of the first FM Radio station in Boston, USA was approved.
|North Korean troops killed two American soldiers in the jointcity area of the Korean -dimilitary region, a 100 -foot (30 meter) chinar tree increased tension, which blocked the lines of the visions of the UN command post and an observation post. Gave.
|Hurricane Elliyia landed a landslide near Galveston in Texas, USA, causing a loss of $ 2.6 billion and killed 21 people.
|In the Gaza Strip, Palestinians did not go to their jobs in Israel and indicated protest. In response to the issuance of computerized identity card by the Israeli government, militants directed the strike. The strike shut down shops, educational facilities and businesses.
|Colombian presidential candidate Luis Carlos Gallon was murdered during a public performance in the city of Kundmaramska.
|Irish mobster Martin Cahill was murdered in Dublin.
|900 million bees in Africa threatened fruit crops and African plants. The cause behind these deaths was fuse with bees imported from the cape.
|Heart operations were first shown on the Internet in the United States. This operation was done by doctor Robert Lazara.
|100 million living in Java and Bali is left without electricity due to a major failure in a significant transmission line, at least seven hours without electricity, currently ranked as the worst power cut in history.
|A police shot and killed a person, Saleh Mohammad al-Aofi, who is considered the leader of Al Qaeda in Saudi Arabia.
|The Ford Motor Company will make 10 plants meaningless for time in North America, as it reduces production by 21%.
|Pakistani President, Pervez Musharraf says that he will contest the upcoming presidential election 'because the country needs him.
|Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf resigned under heavy pressure from the opposition.
|The two Israeli groups start a course in the online encyclopedia project 'Wikipedia' 'Jonist Edit'. The Israeli groups start a course in the online encyclopedia project Wikipedia's 'Geonist Edit'.
|Al-Qaeda militants attacked an intelligence headquarters in the southern Yemeni city of Aden, killing at least 14 people.
|At least 13 Afghan terrorists killed in NATO air strike.
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|The oldest temple of Venus, the goddess of beauty, was discovered in Romania.
|Other Fitna-Yaid parties defeated the supporters of Hebranous-Jubair and strengthened Syria's Umayyid control.