Charlemagne became the only ruler of the Frankish Empire after the death of his brother Carloman.
Due to joining of Confederate Army, the U.S. Senate suspended Senator John C. Brekinridge of Kentucky.
Export of firearms, gunpowder, and all materials were forbidden by Queen Victoria of Britain for their production.
After firing 1,307 rounds for seven solid days by The Union, the bombardment ended at Charleston, S.C.
The U.S. Ship Marie Celeste was found unanchored and empty of people with its cargo unbroken and undamaged in the Atlantic Ocean.
The French National Assembly dismissed the manifest of Nationalist General Mercier to plan a seizure of England.
German Navy officially formed the first Seaplane Unit. It came into reality and initiated operations from Belgium.
France ended the trade regions in order to have a strong position in the postwar economic battles.
Operation Taifun was halted due to sub-zero temperatures and absence of intact aircraft.
The University of Tennessee ignored court decision by dismissing five Negro applicants.
The Grumman XS2F-1 took its first flight officially.
President Ronald Reagan extended the capability of the CIA by giving them permission to spy in the United States.
Robert McFarland vacated as National Security Advisor.
The last and the only American hostages were released which were held in Lebanon.
28,000 troops were ordered to Somalia by George Bush during the Somali Civil War.
“Timon of Athens” closed at Lyceum Theater NYC after 37 performances.
The Sri Lankan government announced the conquest of Tamil stronghold of Jaffna.
“Dreams & Nightmares” opened at Martin Beck Theater NYC.
1st Game at Wash Capitals’ MCI Center vs Fla Panthers was played.
7th SEC Championship Game: #1 Tennessee beats #23 Mississippi State, 24-14.
88th Davis Cup: Australia defeated France in Nice (3-2).
“The Two Towers” 2nd Lord of the Rings film directed by Peter Jackson and starring Elijah Wood and Ian McKellen was released in New York.
93rd Davis Cup: Spain defeated USA in Seville (3-2).
The Lake Tanganyika earthquake caused significant damage, mostly in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Commodore Frank Bainimarama toppled the Government in Fiji.
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