|Under the orders of Fatimid Khalifa al-Hakim two-Amra Allah, a Christian church of holy secular was destroyed within the city of Bounderlem.
|Normans, under the Byzantine-Norman Wars-Upullaia and Duke Robert Guicard of Calabria, defeated the cytin outside the city of Dirrachium, the Bijantine capital of Ilriaria.
|In the recorded history, the most important earthquake in Centralyop, destroyed Basel, Switzerland, and gave too much instruction in a vast area spread in France and Germany.
|Heidelberg University, Germany's oldest university, was founded.
|On the occasion of the inauguration of a special pontenthi high mass Heidelberg University in the Church of the Holi Spiritual.
|Spanish Vijaywadi Hernando de Sotodestroid, an expedition, which is now from the US state of Alabama, in this process reached the village Garhwale in Mabila after killing the Chief Tuskalosa.
|The naval commander of England, John Hawkins, embarked on a second visit to America.
|The Boston 'Shoemakers' became the first labor organization in the North American colonies.
|The Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle signed the end of the Austrian Succession War.
|The war of Austrian succession ended with the treaty of AIX-La-Chapelle.
|Le Devin du Gram was published at the Opera House of Russo.
|The Mason Dixon Line, the boundary between Maryland and Pennsylvania, was agreed upon.
|African American poet Phyllis Wheatley was freed from slavery.
|Joseph Scheeling by Frederick Wilhelm was generally allowed to enroll in the Tubinger Stiff at an earlier age than permitted.
|Mobi-Dik is a novel by American writer Harman Melvil, published as a whale.
|A great exhibition was closed in London.
|Thomas Elva Edison provided electricity for domestic use.
|The United States raises the American flag on San Juan, formally occupying the island's Parto Rico.
|A memorial to the War of Nations was concluded from the city of Leipzig, Germany.
|The British Broadcasting Company was established, later renamed the British Broadcasting Corporation.
|Electrician explorer Thomas Edison died.
|Italian bombers bombed the camps in which women and children of Ethiopia were considered safe. Meanwhile, the warriors of Ethiopia tried to attack the Italy's army with arms and aircraft.
|The Russian army attacks Czechoslovakia.
|Argentina military officer and politician Juan Peron, a married actress Eva Dute, known as Avita.
|Texas Instruments Company manufactured the first transistor radio.
|The European Social Charter was signed in Turin.
|Lord Home was elected as the next Prime Minister of Britain after an uproar for leadership in the Conservative Party.
|A saucewater capsule Venus 4, not operated by any man, was capable of achieving a smooth landing on the planet Venus and wrote back on the radio that the planet is hot for human life with temperatures at 800 degrees Fahrenheit.
|Soviet Space Investigation Venera 4 demonstrated the direct analysis of the environment of Venus and became the first spacecraft to land on the planet, although he had stopped working before.
|At the Summer Olympics in Mexico City, in a long jump American Bob Bamon Seta set a world record of 8.90 meters, a mark that stood for 23 years.
|The first multi-dimensional helicopter SA-315 was aerial tested in Bangalore.
|The first Himalayan car rally was flagged off from Brabourne Stadium in Bombay (now Mumbai).
|The notorious Chandan smuggler Veerappan was killed.
|SPDC Chairman Senior General Than Shwe announced that Bermiceprime Minister Khin Nyant was allowed to retire on 'health basis, but was then arrested.
|A suicide attack at a motor car rally of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutte in Karachi city of Pakistan killed 139 people and injured 450 others. Bhutto survived safely.
|Former Pakistan Prime Minister (Benazir Bhutto) returned to Pakistan after an 8 -year self -immolation. However, within a few hours of his arrival, suicidal attackers tried to assassinate him, killing 100 of his supporters in the process, but he escaped unheard of.
|In Karachi, a motorcycle carrying former Prime Minister Pakistan Benazir Bhutto took a suicide attack, killing at least 139 people and 450 deaths.
|NASA's intersteller boundary explorer satellite has been launched. This will examine the shore of the solar system.
|The Australian state of Queensland announced an emergency situation after more than 50 wildlife was burnt.
|On his visit to Iran, Iraqi Prime Minister Noori al-Maliki asked to "get rid of America".
|Saudi Arabia has said that it would reject the seat after being elected to the United Nations Security Council as the United Nations had failed to end the Ghouta chemical attack.
|A male Rhino OPJE Conservancy of a rare northern species in Kenya is dead. It is reported that only 6 of these animals are all over the world, out of which only one male is breeding.
|One of the antiquity of the last great Greek mathematicians, Pappus of Alexandria visited an eclipse, which allowed historians to calculate the estimated dates of their lives.