|In the battle of Yancheng during the wars, General U Fee of Song Dynasty defeated the army under the leadership of Jindenesty General Vayan Wuzhu.
|The Dunkeld War took place in Scotland.
|Jacobite clan Dunkled Cathedral, Dunkled, Dunkled, collided with a regiment supporting William of Orange on the streets around Scotland, who supported Jacobite Recycling-Skotland's overthrow Raja James VII.
|Adirn Incident: The Turkish army removed Sultan Mustafa II, which reduced the power of the Sultans.
|In Sweden, Gustav III ended the rule of the 50-year-old parliament and established dictatorship.
|The British army, led by General Meadows, captured Dindigul in Tamil Nadu.
|Battle of Vimeiro: British troops under Sir Arthur Wellesley defeated the French under General Jean-Andoch Junot.
|Marshal Jean Baptiste Berndot of France, elected by the Swedish Riksmand of the Crown Prince of Estates, Sweden.
|Net Turner led a slave rebellion in Southampton County, Virginia, America, suppressed after about 48 hours.
|The first of the seven debate between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen. Douglas, candidates for an Illinois seat in the United States Senate, were held in Ottawa, Illinois.
|The American Bar Association was held in Sarasota.
|The Scandal shook the Virginia society when it was found that a local optician, a dentist and a doctor performed an illegal abortion on a prominent woman. Miss Canner whose abortion. Worked as a receptionist in Budgali's dental office. Each of the doctors had to post a bond of $ 3,000 and later appeared in court.
|Lyonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa was stolen from Lumvre by Emuzium employee and was not recovered until two years later.
|In World War I, Italy declared war against Turkey.
|The second battle of the Somme begins.
|Pandit Vishnu Digambar died.
|The teaching of Jewish teachers in public and high schools was banned in Italy.
|President Roosevelt publicly promised to protect Canada, an enemy should attack him, and in return they estimated Canada to help Americans, if they were in attack.
|Republic of China, Soviet Union, United Kingdom and the United States delegation met Damberton Ox in Washington, DC to discuss the formation of the United Nations.
|American physicist Harry K. Daglian, Junior accidentally dropped the tungsten carbide brick on a delta phase plutonium bomb core and prepared itself for a deadly dose of deadly known fatal neutron radiation due to an important accident after 25 days.
|The Soviet Union tested the world's first intercontinental ballistic missile R-7 Semeyorka.
|US President Dwight D Eisenhower announced a 2-year suspension for nuclear testing.
|Hawaii became the 50th state in the United States.
|The constitution came into force in Romania.
|Donald and Doris Fisher San opened the first Gap store on Ocean Avenue, Francisco.
|An Australian tourist set the Al-Aksa Mosque on fire, a major reason for the formation of the Islamic Cooperation Organization.
|King Sobhuja II of Switzer Land passed away.
|2000 killed by poisonous gases from the volcano eruption in Cameroon.
|Usain Bolt, the world's fastest runner, was born in Jamaica.
|Malignant gas from the volcanic lake Nyos in Cameroon, West Africa destroyed everything in a 15 -mile radius, including 1,500 people. The gas was harmful because it had high amounts of carbon dioxide, hydrogen and sulfur.
|A deadly explosion of a cloud of carbon dioxide from the neosine Cameron Lake killed 1,700 people and 3,500 livestock.
|The United States Marshals engaged a fugitive engagement in a firing in Rubiriz, Idaho, which laid siege for twelve days.
|NASA lost contact with his Mars Observer spacecraft, a three -day orbital entry.
|Cyclone Vinny killed 140 people and injured three thousand people in eastern China.
|At the conclusion of World Youth Day 2005 in Cologne, Germany, about 800,000 people came together for the Pope Benedict Sixteenth.
|Famous Shehnai player Ustad Bismillah Khan died in Varanasi.
|The channel tunnel connecting the UK and France has been seen coming out smoke from a freight train.
|Space Shuttle Endeavor land safely at Kennedy Space Center at 12:32:29 EDT
|Hurricane Dean landed landslides on the Yukaan Peninsula as a 5 -class storm, causing 45 deaths and losses of US $ 1.5 billion.
|Food and Drug Administration of the United States E. Clings and spinach radiation to kill coli and other unsafe germs.
|A Vincent Van Gogg Painting - Flower with Popi flowers and flowers is known as Mohammad Mahmud Khalil Arts Museum in Cairo, but is said to have been found later at the Cairo Airport.
|In logic on cosmogoni, the Physical Review released a study describing the Big Bang, which is a phase change by the phenomenon symmetry, possibly makes it better to clear how our famous space time can arise from the original case .
|37 people were killed and 16 injured in a bus accident near the Chin Swe Temple in Malaysia.
|The Syrian Home War-Racket, which included Sarin, attacked the opposed to Damascus' Ghouta suburbs, resulting in at least 281 deaths.
|Israeli airstrikes in Rafah killed three top Hamas commanders.