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1994 – The Troubles: Members of the loyalist Ulster Volunteer Force attacked a crowded bar in Loughinisland, Northern Ireland, with assault rifles, killing six.
2009 – NASA launched the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, its first mission to the moon in over ten years.
618 – Li Yuan ƿeard Gaozu Tang Casere (on biliðe), and in þissa ƿīse ongann þreo hund ƿintra þæs Tang Cynecynn on Seringum.
1815 – Ƿig þæs Seofenoþ Geþoftscipes: Napoleon Bonaparte feaht and losede his endlice beadu, seo ƿæs Ƿaterloo Beadu be sūþen Brysle in þæm land þe is todæg Belgice.
1908 – Se Philippines Eormengyld, þeodlica eormengyld þara Philippines Īegena, ƿæs gestaþoled.
1940 – Ōðru Ƿorludgūþ : Charles de Gaulle Heretoga bannede his forþclipunge þæs Frenciscan folce æfter Franclandes handgang to Natsi Germanie, þærin gestefnode he þe hie fylstan þa Ƿiðstandunge, and he ƿeard folctoga þæs Freo Frencisc Þreat.
1972 – British European Airways Flyht 548 crashed neah Stan seo burg lǣs þon þreo minutes æfter þe he hæfde departing of Hǣþræƿ Lyfthyð, killing all 118 people aboard, and þis þing ƿæs in þæm ylde se ƿyrsta lyft disaster æ on Brettum.
1983 – Abord Challenger se Rodorsceaþel, Sally Ride lyftliþmann ƿeard se ǣrresta Americanisca ƿifmann in rodore and þæt þridde ƿif þe sƿylc þing fremmede, æfter þæm Sofietiscum rodorliþmannum Valentina Tereshkova and Svetlana Savitskaya.
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|1178 – Five Canterbury monks observed what was possibly the Giordano Bruno crater, a small lunar impact crater on the far side of the Moon, being formed.||no footnotes, stubby|
|1264 – The Parliament of Ireland met at Castledermot in County Kildare, the first definitively known meeting of this Irish legislature.||unreferenced sections|
|1812 – The United States declared war against the United Kingdom for a combination of various reasons, officially beginning the War of 1812.||unreferenced section|
|1940 – World War II: General Charles de Gaulle, leader of the Free French Forces, made an appeal to the French people following the fall of France to Nazi Germany, rallying them to support the Resistance.||short, outside of content that should be transwiki'd|
|1979 – The United States and the Soviet Union signed the SALT II treaty, placing specific limits on each side's stock of nuclear weapons.||refimprove|