|Pope Alexander III returned to Rome after exile.
|During the reign of King Henry VII, Perkin Warbeck, a playwright of the British throne, was hanged after an attempt to tossesk from the Tower in London.
|Nicholas Rowe's play "Ulysses" premiered in London.
|The province of Carolina was incorporated into New Bern as New Bern (later became the capital of North Carolina).
|African slaves rebelled their owners from Akwamu in the West Indies of Denmark, one of them infiltrates the first and longest slave to the US.
|Battle of Tudela: French Marshal Lens defeated a Spanish army.
|English actress Sarah Booth began her Hollywood career at the Theater Royal, Covent Garden.
|The Women's Medical Educational Society was established in Boston.
|Patents were granted for the first time to create a color photo process.
|Manchester Shaheed was hanged in Manchester, England, forcing a police officer to help two Irish nationalists to escape police custody.
|Porfirio Díaz was made President of Mexico.
|William 'Boss' tweed, a politician from the city of New York, who was arrested for embezzlement, was handed over to the US authorities until he fled from jail from Spain.
|King William III of the Netherlands died.
|The first general election was held in Italy.
|Belgium defeated Arabia in the Battle of Lomani Congo. About 3000 people died in the war.
|The Wright brothers set up the company with the capital of $ 1 million to produce the aircraft.
|Edwin Hubble published evidence in a newspaper that Andromeda Nebula, which was previously considered part of Milky Way, is actually another galaxy, one of many in the universe.
|The company named Automated Musical Instruments produced the first juke box.
|An Anglo-Ethiopian border commission in Ogdenken faced a garesis of Somalis at Italian service in Walwal, which was responsible for the abyssinia crisis.
|The country's renowned physicist, biologist and archaeologist Jagdishchandra Basu died.
|6000 people were killed in a fierce fire in a French naval ship in the city of Haiphyong, Vietnam.
|The first episode of Doctor Hu, which was the world's longest fiction television show, was aired on BBC television, starring William Hartnel as the first avatar of the title role.
|China became a member of the UN Security Council.
|2600 people died due to earthquake in Italy.
|The Commonwealth Summit was held in New Delhi for the first time in the country.
|Around 1000 people were trapped in a fire at London's busiest Oxford Circus station.
|IBM introduced Simon, a handheld, touchscreen mobile phone and PDA, which is considered the first smartphone.
|An explosion in a chemical factory on the Songhua River in Northeast China leads to a high level of poisonous benzene in the river water.
|Ellen Johnson Sarlif won the Liberian general election, making her the first democratically elected woman head in Africa.
|Alexander Litwinnco, who was poisoned in London at the end of last week, died. He had to suffer a heart failure on a ventilator earlier.
|An Israeli psychiatrist and the Reserve Officer have been accused of providing classified information to Russia, Hamas and Iran.
|According to human rights activists and opposition politicians, Russia's Southern Republic of Ingushetia now has a situation of civil war.
|The family of Jean Charles de Menezes, who was accidentally shot by the Metropolitan Police in London in 2005, reached a compensation deal with the police, resolved "all litigation" between them.
|The governor of the Maghindanao, the Philippines was attacked by supporters of his opponent to the crowd of people to record the candidature of Ismail Mangudatu in the upcoming election, resulting in at least 57 people.
|Innocent-innocent 32 media persons were executed in the Philippines.
|Qantas announced that his fleet of Airbus A380 Super Jambose would start coming back in service on Saturday.
|In response to the artillery exercises conducted near the border two countries, North Korea bombed the island of YonionPyong, killing four Korean soldiers and injuring 19 others.
|The European Space Agency has claimed that two days after the shutdown of the window of the spacecraft for the launch of Mars, Russia's stranded Phobos-Gront probe has been created.
|Following 11 months of protests in Arab Spring-Yaman, Yamnipressidant Ali Abdullah Saleh agreed to transfer power to Vice President Rabbu Mansoor Hadi.
|Opposition leaders in Egypt called for major objections after Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi passed the decision to give himself a wide new powers. There are demonstrations against and against his decision in Cairo and violence in Egypt has increased.
|The Syrian government killed 40 people in air strikes around the Northern Syrian city of Aleppo.
|Kenyan security forces crossed Somalia and killed 100 members of Al-Shabab in response to the kidnapping of the terrorist group and the murder of 28 people.