|As the first major military action by Albensian Krused, a cruser army captured Beziers in southern France and killed the residents.
|Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj won the Fort of Vellore.
|The Treaty of Scotland and England agreed in London for ratification by national legislatures.
|Diamonds were found in a Brazilian Minas garage.
|Spain signed the Treaty of Vienna.
|George Washington commanded the US Army. George Washington was the first President of the United States.
|Two days after becoming the first recorded person to complete the Atrancontinental Crossing north of Mexico, North America, Scottishheepleper Alexander McKenzie reached the western point of Harajurni and marked her name on a rock (picture).
|Zia Long conquered Hanoi and integrated modern Vietnam, which experienced the feudal war of centuries.
|GA Long captured Hanoi to complete his unification of Vietnam.
|The French general DuPont surrendered to the Spanish irregular forces after the Battle of Belen.
|In the Battle of Atlanta, American civilian war-struggle forces unsuccessfully attacked the union soldiers.
|Sir Benjamin Pine was made Lieutenant - Governor of the Colony of Natal.
|Despite finishing first in the world's first autores, Jules-Albert de Witch did not win, as their steam-powered car was different from the rules.
|Taft-Katsu Secret Agreement was reached.
|Willy Post, seven days in Floid Bennett Fieldin Brooklyn in New York City, after a nineteen -hour flight, became the first pilot to take a single flying worldwide.
|Bank Marauder John Dillinger (Picture), which took place across America, was shot by a police bullet outside the biography theater in Chicago.
|In protest against the exile of the Polish government, the Polish Committee of National Liberation published its manifesto, in which the process of fighting in World War II against Nazi Germany, nationalization of industry, and a 'decent boundary' in the West ' Was involved. ,
|The second meeting of the Organization of African Unity was held.
|Stanley Forton took photo fire escape complexes, which was the Pulitzer Award for Spot News Photography and Wordworld Press Photo title of the year.
|American serial killer Jeffrey Dameer was arrested in Wilvayuki, Wisconsin, police discovered human remains in his box.
|Colombian drug Lord Pablo Escobar fled from his luxurious jail and spent the next 17 months.
|During the great flood of 1993 (depiction of floods), Kescia, Illinois, near the US, broke, the entire city was forced to vacate the markets run by the Core of Engineers of the Army.
|The first version of MSN Messenger was released by Microsoft.
|The astronomers at the University of Arizona discovered Jupiter's 17th natural satellite.
|The Israeli defense forces dropped a bomb at the house of Salashede, the leader of the Hamas military branch, killing him and his brothers.
|After a trial that took Brazil prisoners, a court of Sao Polyceant Suzanne Von Richthofen lodged a 39½ year jail on charges of killing his parents.
|Two sons of dictator Saddam Hussein were killed in an air strike in Iraq.
|The London Metropolitan police killed the gene Charles de Mannezes, Brazilian immigrants, incorrectly involving it, was involved in the failed bombing efforts of the city in the city.
|A solar eclipse, the longest in history, lasts for 6 minutes and 38.8 seconds, on the Asia and parts of the Pacific Ocean.
|The Stonehenge World Heritage Site declares the biggest discovery on a major monument in 50 years.
|Sri Lanka's Muttiah Muraligharan, the world's greatest bowler, retired from Test cricket. He has the highest record of 800 wickets in this name.
|A extremist caused a car bomb blast in Oslo, Norway, killing at least seven people; He then sets fire to a labor party youth camp in Utoya, Norway, killing 84 people.
|The International Monetary Fund approved a $ 60 million new three-year-old loan for Haiti, canceling Haiti's $ 268 million loan.
|In the most deadly attacks in Norway since World War II, two sequential terrorist attacks in Oslo and Utoya claimed the lives of 77 people.
|After the 2012 Tour de Placed in France, Bradley Vigines became the first British cyclist to win the famous competition.
|Scientific studies show that dolphins have a unique name for each other, much like humans.
|Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, gives birth to a son, the third to the British throne; A child named George Alexander Louis is formally known as the Hiz Royal Hynes Prince of Cambridge.
|The earthquake in China's Gansu province killed 89 people.
|Apple Inc. Has estimated the greater demand of its new iPhone6 models compared to the iPhone 5S and 5C; In response to consumer demand, the new phone will have a large screen.
|A case of bubonic plague in Gansu's Chinese province indicates quarantine in some parts of the city of the city; While outbreaks are rare, the disease can be contract with wild rodents coming into contact with flea.
|A report called the 9/11 attack a failure of government institutions.
|During the Khmelnatsky uprising in Ukraine, 10,000 Jews were killed in the Chamelnik massacre.
|The forces of the Arab-Banjtin war-ex-conspiration Khalifa defeated the forces of the Byzantin Empire, headed by Emperor Theophilos themselves, which is currently a battle of Anjan, near Dezaman, Turkey.