|The forces of the Byzantin-Bulgaryian War-Bizentine forcefully attacked the imperialists in the Bulgaria's War in the Cladeian war in the Cleach, the army of mountains near Bulgaria.
|The siege of Damascus ended in the defeat of a decisive crusader, which ended the second crime.
|The world's largest town hall opened in Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands.
|The first newspaper was published in the West's Alleghany, Pitts Gadget.
|The Arc de Triumph in Paris was formally inaugurated by the French revolutionary and Napoleon wars in the memory of those who fought and died for France.
|The US and Japan signed Harris Confederate.
|Japan reluctantly signed the Amity and Commerce Treaty, the Treaty of various commercial and proportional privileges to the United States.
|The American Civil War-COMCEFEREPERE Jasoos Belle Boad was arrested by union soldiers after her lover was replaced.
|The first motorcycle race was held in New York.
|The laws of war and war crimes were signed in international law between the first Hague Convention, the first formal statements.
|EniC, the world's first general-purpose electronicDigital computer, was turned on in its new home in the ballistiscation search laboratory in the Aberdeen Provings Grounds.
|Broadcasting began on British Broadcasting Corporation Radio.
|Korean War-U.S. The troops of the 7th Cavalry Regiment of the Army concluded the days of the firing of the citizens, provoking the apprehension that North Korean spies could be involved in the columns of Chromberg.
|Korean War: The 7th Cavalry Regiment of the US Army concluded the days of the firing of the citizens, sparking amidst apprehensions that the columns of the corfuse could include North Korean spies.
|The United Nations formed the International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA).
|The US Congress passed a bill to establish its space agency National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
|US President Dwight. Eisenhower signed the National Aaronatics and Space Act law, establishing a new federal non-compound space agency, known as NASA (logo picture).
|During the Vietnam War, during the preparation of another strike in Tonkin's Gulf, the aircraft vessel USS Forestal caused several reaction explosions due to an unusual electrical discrepancy on its deck deck, causing 134 sailors to be killed and 161 others were injured Went.
|Prince Charles of Britain and Princess Diana were married. At that time around 700 million people saw this royal wedding on TV.
|A worldwide television audience of over 700 million people married Charles, Prince of Wales and Diana Spencer at St.Pall Cathedral in London.
|The first driverless aircraft 'mini' successfully flew.
|The Israeli Court of Appeal overturned John Demjosuk's Vishwas (5–0). It has said that that is not enough proof, concentration camp Ivan the Terbleble.
|Carolina Panthers have defeated Jacksonville Jaguar. He defeated his first NFL exhibition game in 20–14. This was a big success for him.
|The ruins of Airblue Flight 202 could not be saved due to monsoon rains. The aircraft crashed in Margala Hills outside Islamabad, Pakistan. It has killed all 152 people aboard the ship.
|At least 80 people died due to a overloaded passenger Pheri in the Kasai River Bundundu province of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
|The US House of Representatives has voted to increase the debt limit. But the Senate did not accept it and rejected the remedy.
|A mechanism is identified by scientists. This earth-warming will drag carbon deep into the southern ocean and lock. Scientists also claim that this process can cause global warming.
|A national patriotic lesson will be introduced at Hong Kong school in China. Thousands are planning to protest. He advocated it to labeled it for Chinese propagation.
|10.3 million euros of diamonds were stolen from a French hotel in Cannes.
|About 103 million euros were stolen in diamonds and other jewelry from the diamond show of Carlton Intercontinental Hotel in Cannes, France. It is one of the largest jewelry theft in the current years.
|An Associated Press Survey has suggested signs of deteriorating economic security. It states that four out of five US adults are now struggling. They are struggling with dependence on unemployment, close-poverty or welfare for at least parts of their lives.
|Dr. Sheikh Omar Khan, the lead doctor of Sierra Leone, who was fighting the Ebola virus, died. He died after suffering from the disease.
|The NCAA has set up a lawsuit regarding reconciliation. It has paid $ 70 million to review the head injuries for the current and previous players of the college. Finance does not cover treatment, forcing the injured players to take legal action on their colleges to damage.