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1386 – Turcisc-Mongolisc gehiersumend Timur captured and sacked the Georgian capital of Tiflis, and be niede under wæpnum wendod Bagrat V Cyning to Alladome.
1894 – Forma Seringisc-Iapanisc Gūþ: Se Iapanisca Oðer Here slog mar þon 1,000 Seringisc fēðan and burgmenn in Lüshunkou ceastre.
1910 – The crews of the Brazilian warships Bysen:Ship, Bysen:Ship, Bysen:Ship, and Deodoro mutinied in what became known as the Revolt of the Lash.
1920 – Irisc Sundorhād Gewinn: On Blōdig Sunnandæg in Difeline, the Irish Republican Army killed more than a dozen members of the "Cairo Gang", and menn þæs Cynelican Īriscan Burgweardscipe opened fire during a Gaelic football match in Croke Park.
1964 – The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, connecting Staten Island and Brooklyn in New York City, opened to traffic as the longest suspension bridge in the world at the time.
1970 – Fietnam Gūþ: Americisc þrēat ongann Elpendbānrīm Operation, raiding the Son Tay prison camp in Son Tay on Norþfietname, in an attempt to rescue about 70 American Herenuman þa wæron þær gehealden swa hogde man.
21 Blōtmōnaþ: Wæpned Þreatna Dæg on Bængladesce
1918 – Polisc þreat and menn ongannon þriedæg Iudeasæglǣc wiþ Iudeum and Ucrægniscum Cristenum in Lembyrig (seo is nu on Ucrægnlande).
1950 – Twegen farenfolgoþ collided near Ualemount on Brittiscum Columbie on Canadan; þæt æfterfolgende trial catapulted future Forma Þegn of Canada John Diefenbaker (in biliðe) in the political limelight.
1974 – Byrstendstuf geseted in twæm midburg bēorhūsum on Beormingahame on Wæringscīre, ofslōgon 21 menn and deroden 182, and hwīlum hæfted burgweard siexe weras þā wæron in cacere gefestnod.
1980 – Ofer 83 þūsand þūsanda manna watched þone Dallas fearrsēon episode "Hwā Dyde Hit" to afindenne "Hwā gescēat J. R.?".
2009 – abyrstung in cōl orre æt Heilongjiang on Seringum, slōg 108 orrwyhtan.
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|1962 – The Sino-Indian War ended after the Chinese People's Liberation Army declared a unilateral ceasefire and withdrew to the prewar Line of Actual Control, returning all the territory they had captured during the conflict.||neutrality disputed|
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