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Today in the World Countries
Today in Astrology
- People born on this day are Pisces as their zodiac sign.
Today in History
- Arch rivals Iran and Saudi Arabia agree to re-establish diplomatic ties between them in a surprise move, after talks in Beijing.
- Kevin Wyre, R& B Singer, born in Kenya.
- Jesús Alou, Dominican MLB baseball outfielder,1963-79 (World Series 1973,74 Oakland A's; Houston Astros, and 2 other teams), who died at 80.
On this day in 2022
- After a 99-day lockout, Major League Baseball and MLB Players Association reach a new collective bargaining agreement; MLB teams set to play full 162 game season in 2022.
- Jessica Williams, American jazz pianist and composer (In the Key of Monk), who died at 73.
On this day in 2021
- Video gaming platform Roblox goes public on the New York stock exchange, valued at $45 billion.
- Merrick Garland confirmed as US Attorney General by US Senate.
- Joe Tait, American sports broadcaster (Cleveland Cavaliers [radio], Cleveland Indians [TV & radio]), who died at 83.
- Stephen Scott, American composer (Bowed Piano Ensemble; Vikings of Sunrise), and educator (Colorado College), who died from complications of dementia at 76.
On this day in 2020
- Three months into the COVID-19 pandemic epidemic Chinese President Xi Jinping finally travels to Wuhan, epicenter of the outbreak as the rate of daily new infections declines in China falls to 19 new cases and 17 deaths.
- New York governor Andrew Cuomo deploys the national guard to New Rochelle after one-mile radius zone established as 108 cases of COVID-19 pandemic detected.
- Russian lower house of Parliament passes legislation to allow Vladamir Putin to hold office of President for life.
- Russian lower house of Parliament passes legislation to allow Vladimir Putin to hold office of President for life.
- American actress and TV host Niecy Nash at the age of 50 divorces American electrical engineer Jay Tucker after over 8 years of marriage.
- Beba Selimovic, Folk Singer.
On this day in 2019
- American guitarist, singer, and songwriter Asa Brebner died age 65. He was a member of The Modern Lovers led by Jonathan Richman. They are best know for their 1976 hit ‘Roadrunner’ which Rolling Stone ranked it Number 274 on their list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time..
- Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 crashes just after take-off from Addis Ababa, killing all 157 on board.
- Taliban force attacks Afghan army base killing or capturing about 50 soldiers in Badghis Province, Afghanistan.
- Asa Brebner, American guitarist and singer-songwriter (Modern Lovers; The Chartbusters), who died at 65.
- Sal Tovella, Race Car Driver.
On this day in 2018
- 16 people die after being struck by lightening at a church in Nyaruguru District, Rwanda.
- 16 people die after being struck by lightning at a church in Nyaruguru District, Rwanda.
- Two girls aged 8 and 6 become the first female weightlifters to appear on Iranian television after a protest.
- Ciro Messi, Family Member, born in Spain.
- Hubert De Givenchy, Fashion Designer.
- Hubert de Givenchy, French fashion designer (Audrey Hepburn's LBD) and founder of Givenchy (1952), who died at 91.
On this day in 2017
- American singer–songwriter, actress and producer Joni Sledge died from natural causes age 60. She was best known as a founding member of Sister Sledge, who were best known for their hits 'We Are Family' and 'He's The Greatest Dancer'..
- South Korean judges uphold parliaments'decision to impeach President Park Geun-hye.
- Robert James Waller, American author (Bridges of Madison County), who died at 77.
- Gido Kokars, Latvian choral conductor, who died at 95.
- [Joan] Joni Sledge, American vocalist (Sister Sledge "We are Family"), who died at 60.
- (Joan) "Joni" Sledge, American vocalist (Sister Sledge "We Are Family"), who died at 60.
- Kim Campbell, Race Car Driver.
- John Surtees, British auto racer (World F1 C'ship 1964) and motorcycle racer (World C'ships: 350 cc – 1958,59,60; 500 cc – 1956,58,59,60), who died of respiratory failure at 83.
- John Surtees CBE, British auto racer (World F1 C'ship 1964) and motorcycle racer (World C'ships: 350 cc – 1958,59,60; 500 cc – 1956,58,59,60), who died of respiratory failure at 83.
- John Surtees, Race Car Driver.
On this day in 2016
- Twelfth Republican presidential candidates debate hosted by CNN, held in Coral Gables, Florida.
- Keith Emerson, Composer.
- Keith Emerson, English rock musician (Emerson, Lake & Palmer), commits suicide at 71.
- Ken Adam, British film production designer (James Bond sets), who died at 95.
- Gogi Grant [Myrtle Audrey Arinsberg], American singer (" The Wayward Wind"), who died at 91.
- Gogi Grant [Myrtle Audrey Arinsberg], American singer (The Wayward Wind), who died at 91.
- Anita Brookner, English novelist (Hotel du Lac) and art historian, who died at 87.
- Ernestine Anderson, American jazz vocalist and blues singer, who died at 87.
On this day in 2015
- " See You Again" released by Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth commissioned by film "Furious 7" as tribute to Paul Walker (Billboard Song of the Year 2015).
- The family of Marvin Gaye win a record $7.3 million lawsuit for music copyright infringement against Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams, and T.I..
- Penelope Juliette, YouTube Star, born in United States.
- Windell Middlebrooks, TV Actor.
On this day in 2014
- German Chancellor Angela Merkel warns Russia's Vladimir Putin that making Crimea part of Russia is illegal and in violation of Ukraine's constitution.
- Joe McGinniss, American author (The Selling of the President 1968), who died at 71.
- Shirley Scott, American swing and blues organist (with Stanley Turrentine), who died of heart failure at 67.
On this day in 2013
- Aung San Suu Kyi is re-elected leader of the Burmese National League for Democracy.